Monday 28 November 2016

Check out Chika Ike's ₦1.5million Amal Azhari Dress To African Entrepreneur Awards

Actress Chika Ike who recently gifts herself a new G-wagon during her birthday is arguably one of the big spenders with the Nigeria celebrities.

She sure loves to step out in style for each event. The actress rocked a pair of Amal Azhari dress which cost a whopping $5,000 to the African Entrepreneur Awards in London where she was honoured with an Excellence Award.

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Rahma Indimi excited that her brother Ahmed is getting married to Zahra Buhari

Rahma Indimi couldn't hide his joy that her brother Ahmed is getting married to President Buhari's daughter Zahra.

The ex-wife of former President Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida's son, Mohammed wrote on her Instagram page:

Paul Pogba thinks Manchester United might be cursed

Paul Pogba has joked Manchester United's players will soon believe they are under a curse if they do not arrest their run of home draws.

United have been held by Stoke City, Burnley, Arsenal and West Ham in their least four top-flight matches at Old Trafford, contributing to the club's worst start to a Premier League season.

Pogba provided the assist for Zlatan Ibrahimovic's leveller in Sunday's 1-1 draw with the Hammers and hopes a hoodoo-quelling victory is not far away.

Annie Idibia stunning look to Toke's book lunch (Photos)

Actress Annie Idibia looked amazing for Toke Makinwa's book launch last night. She shared the photos on her social media page.

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Bobrisky shows off a glimpse of his bae and wads of cash but says his bae is angry

Nigerian male barbie, Bobrisky showed off his bae's thighs this evening. He also flaunted wads of cash he got from his bae

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FG negotiating on the release of more Chibok girls

The Federal Government on Monday said that talks are ongoing for the release of more school girls that were abducted by Boko Haram insurgents from the Government Secondary School Chibok, Borno State.

Senior Special Adviser to the President – Media and Publicity – Femi Adesina gave the hint shortly after delivering lectures at the Nigerian Army School of Public Relations and Information’s (NASPRI) annual media workshop for Defence Correspondents and Commanding Officers.

According to the spokesman, the President said that with talks still ongoing, many more abducted girls can be recovered.

Watch the viral video of a Nigerian body builder and a goat

But why, lol! According to a post on Instagram, this happened somewhere in Nigeria and is currently trending with the hashtag #fitfamchallenge.

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Toke Makinwa's adoptive parents attends her book launch yesterday (Photos)

Toke Makinwa's 'On Becoming' book was launched yesterday Sunday 27th of November 2016 at an intimate gathering at The Wheatbaker Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos.

Among those that attended the event were Toke’s adoptive parents. They had taken the star media personality and her siblings in after they lost their biological parents to a house fire.

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Nigerian born US lady goes viral after tweets she made 5 years ago come true

Nigerian born US athlete Morolake Akinosun at 17-year shared a dream on Twitter that, by 2016 when she will be 22, she would graduate from a university she hadn't not chosen yet, and go to the Olympics and win a gold medal.

Five years on, all of those 3 dreams have become a reality.

True or False! Men with big d*ck cheat a lot believing women love it big

Relationship expert Cynthia Valerian Raphaels shared this piece on her page and I don't even know why they think women love it big ... 

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Miraculous! A year-old baby recovers from coma as doctors were about to turn off life-support machine

A miracle baby came out of a coma the moment doctors were ready to turn off her life support machine.

According to MirrorUK, one-year-old Marwa was hospitalized in September, in an induced coma after suffering from a virus that caused severe neurological disorders.

Against parent's wishes, the doctors, citing "aggressive therapy", wanted to disconnect the device that was keeping her alive.

Photos: South Africa controversial 'prophet' transforms member into a horse during service

Pastor Penuel Mnuguni, the South African cleric who courted controversy when he gave his members snakes and grass to eat is at it again, this time he decided to turn some members into a horse.

The 'Man of God', under the anointing of the 'Holy Spirit' during a live Sunday service ordered his member to turn into a 'horse', and behold, the young man did.

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Photos: Britain's rich kids show off their flamboyant holiday homes

Well, well, well when you read stories like this you sometimes wonder if some certain persons were created with extra heads to have the opportunity to live the life they want.

British rich kids have taken to their Instagram page to show off photographs of their outrageous holiday homes with their online followers.

The account, which has amassed over 83,000 followers, showcases the enviable lives of British richest teens as they parade their fortune.

Wow! Check out stunning photos of first ever fully covered Muslim contestant in US Pageant

A teen has made history becoming the first ever fully covered Muslim girl contesting in the Miss Minnesota USA competition.

This was on Saturday and nineteen-year-old Halima Aden is pictured on stage during the Miss Minnesota USA pageant in a “burkini,” a bathing suit covering her from neck to wrist to ankle.

MTN announces increment of data tariffs

According to an SMS sent out to MTN subscribers, the telecom giant is set to increase data tariffs beginning from December 1, 2016.

The text message reads:

Hillary Clinton resurfaces on Twitter, follow Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg is all about making unlikely celebrity friends, as evidenced by his new cooking show with Martha Stewart. And he just gained one more famous fan in Hillary Clinton.

As pointed out on Twitter, Snoop is Clinton's most recent follow, her first since after the election. Yes, he did follow her back. 

Shooting in New Orleans leaves 1 dead, 9 injured

Police had already increased patrols in New Orleans' bustling French Quarter before gunfire erupted early Sunday, leaving one man dead and nine other people wounded in a tourist district famed for its bars, bright lights and live music.

Extra uniformed and plainclothes officers were on duty and ambulance crews were on standby for what Mayor Mitch Landrieu said was supposed to be a festive time with college and pro football games in the city and people vacationing over the long Thanksgiving weekend.

Photos: COAS, Tukur Buratai Hosted To A Colorful Dinner In Kebbi State

Kebbi state governor, Abubakar Atiku Bagudu hosted the Chief of Army Staff; Lt. Gen. Yusuf Tukur Buratai to a colorful dinner yesterday in Birnin Kebbi. Here are photos from the event. 

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FUTA Vice Chancellor Arrested For Deliberately Crushing NASU Staff With His Vehicle

Prof. Adebiyi Daramola, the embattled Vice Chancellor of the crisis-ridden Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA), in Ondo State, was this morning arrested after he hit a member of staff of the institution with his car.

Abiodun Ademola Atunbi of the Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU) member of FUTA was allegedly crushed to the point of death, and was rushed to the hospital.

SaharaReporters learned that the incident happened on the main campus at Oba’nla in Akure at about 8:30a.m. as some members of staff of the institution were gathering at a meeting point for prayers.

OMG! See What Happened To This Lady After A Failed Buttock Enlargement (Graphic Photos)

According to reports making rounds online, this young lady landed herself in big trouble after reportedly undertaking a botched bottom enlargement. Photos of the young lady and her swollen laps have been trending online after the unfavorable treatment.

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Wow! See the mighty fishes caught during Jigawa fishing festival (Photos)

Here are photos of the massive fishes caught yesterday during the Jigawa state 2016 Fishing Festival, at Kalgwai, Auyo Local government. Governor Alhaji Badara Abubakar, who urged the people to embrace the agricultural program of the state government -was present to present gifts to the fishermen who caught.

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Couple flogged 100 times each as punishment for adultery in Indonesia (Photos)

Couple accused of adultery in Indonesia were punished under Sharia law. The pair were each sentenced to receive 100 lashes across their backs. Both were pictured grimacing in pain as their brutal punishment was carried out

Islamic Cleric who was assassinated while leading prayers pictured smiling after death

Pictured is an Islamic cleric Nuh Caparino, who was shot and killed yesterday 27/11/2016 as he led the Muslims in Fajr prayer in his place in the Philippines. 

According to Nuh Caparino accepted Islam in Saudi Arabia and later became one of the most active clerics. He was pictured smiling even after his death.

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Photos: 21-year-old girl sentenced to jail for live streaming an orgy online

A live-streaming host from China has been sentenced to four years in prison after spreading obscene videos on the internet, according to Chinese media. The 21-year-old, whose screen name is 'Sherry Gun', was arrested after a video called 'Foursome in Chengdu' became widely shared online.

Sherry Gun participated in the filming together with one other woman and two men in order to attract more followers for her online live-streaming business, reports said. The two-minute-long video became viral in March. 

Ohio Shooting: Shooter Shoots At Least 9 People at Ohio Campus (Photos)

A suspect is dead and at least nine injured about an hour after an active shooter situation was reported at Ohio State University. Just before 10am, the university issued a warning telling students at the school's Columbus campus to shelter in place. 

The first reports of gunshots came from Watts Hall, which is home to the school's Materials Science and Engineering program. 

Photos: About 30,000 Displaced Nigerians Return From Neighbouring Countries

Nearly 29, 581 Nigerians who fled their communities in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa as result of insurgent activities to Republic of Niger and Cameroun have voluntarily returned last year, this is contained in a published report of humanitarian relief intervention by the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) which was released recently.

The report says 13,046 Nigerian returnees from Niger Republic in May, 2015 and were received in Geidam, Yobe State while Between April and December, 2015 NEMA received about 16,595 Nigerians that have voluntarily returned from Cameroon through the Sahuda border crossing area near Mubi, Adamawa State.

340,634 registered voters for Lagos bye election on Saturday – INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has said that it has 340, 634 registered voters for the Dec. 3 bye-election in Ifako-Ijaiye Federal Constituency of Lagos State.

Clement Oha, INEC Administrative Secretary in Lagos State told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that the distribution of Permanent Voter’s Card (PVC) was ongoing ahead of the poll. “We are distributing PVCs so eligible registered voters can still go to INEC office in Ifako Ijaiye Local Government and pick up their PVCs,” Oha said.

South Africa Striker says Cameroon will support them against Super Falcons

Banyana Banyana of South Africa striker Noko Matlou expects the majority of the fans at Stade Municipal in Limbe to be rooting for her side when they face the Super Falcons of Nigeria in Tuesday's semifinal clash at the 2016 Africa Women's Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

This is the fourth time the Falcons will be meeting South Africa in the semi-final with the seven-time African champions winning two (2002 and 2014) and losing once (2012).

This is what watching of adult movies can do to your Marriage

A group of American researchers highlight the horrifying impact of pornography on society in the book The Social Costs of Pornography. And because it's so easy to access, there has been a significant increase in how much pornography is viewed.

One of the frightening discoveries of this research is how continuous consumption of pornography leads to pathological changes and dysfunctions. After years of ignoring the dangers of pornography, it has finally been included as an addiction and disease. This addiction, which so many people claim to be 'harmless' can be so severe it leads users to lose their marriages, families and jobs.

This is what Tinubu said about Akeredolu’s victory in Ondo

A former Lagos State governor, Bola Tinubu, on Sunday congratulated Rotimi Akeredolu, the winner of the governorship election in Ondo State.

Mr. Tinubu had been opposed to Mr. Akeredolu’s emergence as candidate of their party, APC, alleging irregularities in the party’s primaries.

The former governor and his key supporters were conspicuously absent during Mr. Akeredolu’s campaign rallies.

Reports | Lagos States residents waste 3 out of 10 years in traffic

At least three of every 10 years spent in Lagos is lost to traffic, a survey by a Lagos-based transport firm, Planet Projects, has shown.

It, therefore, means that residents of Lagos, Nigeria’s economic capital, spend an average of seven hours 20 minutes in traffic every day.

The Managing Director, Planet Projects, Mr. Biodun Otunola, who spoke on the issue at a press briefing in Lagos on Saturday, said 70 per cent of the city’s traffic bottlenecks could be located on road junctions.

Top 5 Nigerian States with highest debt profile

The debt profile of the country and its component parts has recently come into focus, more especially since most states could hardly embark on any capital-intensive project or pay salaries due to huge domestic and foreign debts.

Debts owed by states are in multiple categories: foreign debt, domestic debt, CBN bailout funds and the Budget Support Facility arranged for them by the Federal Government.

I have been fighting with dark spiritual forces - Nnamdi Kanu

IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, has stated that he would never betray Biafrans and the struggle for Biafra no matter what situation he finds himself in.

In a statement issued on Sunday, he said:

Bobrisky says he doesn't womaniser

Popular bleaching expert and self-acclaimed male barbie, Bobrisky has opened up on his personal life in a new interview.

The transvestite mentioned this in an interview with Vanguard following questions about his sexual orientation.

Robbers strangle widow to steal bags of rice

A widow, Mrs. Florence Ede, has been strangled by suspected robbers on her farm in Chikanda, a border community in the Baruten Local Government Area of Kwara State.

The deceased, popularly known as Mama do good, hailed from Enugu State and was a food seller when she came to the community in 1985, but became a commercial farmer after the death of her husband.

Anenih reveals how Buhari jailed him for 18 months for being rich

Chief Tony Anenih has said that President Muhammadu Buhari jailed him for 18 months during his military administration because he was wealthy.

The former Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party’s Board of Trustees was in prison between March 1984 and August 1985.

Writing in his biography titled ‘My Life and Nigerian Politics’, which was launched in Abuja over the weekend, Anenih stated that Buhari went about arresting politicians arbitrarily.

Amaju Pinnick embarks on ‘VIP scouting’ trip to Europe

President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick, has travelled to Europe, in a bid to convince some young Nigerian footballers, to commit their international future to Nigeria.

Pinnick had at several times stated that some of the best youngsters in Europe, will one day switch their allegiance and play for the Super Eagles.

Victor Moses Makes EPL Team Of The Week

In-form Super Eagles forward Victor Moses has been included in the English Premier League Team of the Week following this weekend's round of games.

Moses, who has been Chelsea's best player in recent games, is in the team compiled by telegraph.co.uk.

Other players who also in the XI include Arsenal's  Alexis Sanchez, West Ham trio Darren Randolph, Angelo Ogbonna and Aaron Cresswell; Xherdan Shaqiri of Stoke and Manchester City's Fernandinho.

Mourinho needs a six-match ban to calm him down – Former Referee

Former Premier League referee, Graham Poll, has called for Jose Mourinho to be banned for six games.

Mourinho was sent to the stands for the second time this month, during Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with West Ham at Old Trafford on Sunday.

The Portuguese angrily kicked a water bottle, after Pogba was booked for diving in the first half and referee Jonathan Moss sent him to the stands.

Zimbabwe First Lady Declares Herself As New President After Mugabe Hints At Retirement Over Health Issues

Zimbabwean first lady, Grace Mugabe has announced herself as the new president to take over when her husband, Robert Mugabe finally steps down due to his concerned health issues.

Robert Mugabe, is the world’s oldest and one of the longest serving Head of State at 92 years old. Mugabe having ruled for over 30 years, was reportedly advised to drop out of the 2018 election race by his medical doctors, which possibly is the main reason he is forcing himself into retirement.

Victor Moses to get new improve deal at Chelsea to keep off Barcelona

Chelsea is ready to open negotiations with Victor Moses in the coming weeks, with a view to offering him a new deal at the club.

The 25-year-old has been in brilliant form this season, thriving in a wing-back role under Antonio Conte and is reportedly attracting interest from Spanish giants, Barcelona.

Presidency explains how 200,000 persons were selected for N-Power jobs

The Senior Special Assistant, SSA, on Media and Publicity in the Office of the Vice President, Laolu Akande, on Sunday explained how 200,000 Nigerians were selected in the first batch of the N-Power Volunteer Corps, NPVC, asserting that the selection was not only fair and transparent, but carefully put together.

He clarified this while giving an update on the NPVC which is now advancing with assignment of beneficiaries to their places of deployments in their states of residence. He explained that 40 per cent of those who applied for the N-Power Teach and Agric were first selected, followed by 50 per cent of those who applied for the Health category, all based on an assessment test.

Trump accuses Clinton of reneging on her concession speech after she threw supports for votes recount

United States President-elect Donald Trump has accused former Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton of reneging on her concession speech certifying the results of the Nov. 28 presidential election.

Trump, in a series of tweets on the recount, condemned Clinton’s support to the votes recount efforts by Green Party nominee Jill Stein for Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

Wilfried Zaha has chosen to play for Ivory Coast after two appearances for England

Wilfried Zaha has chosen to represent Ivory Coast at international level, despite making two appearances for England before.

The Crystal Palace winger played for the Three Lions in two friendly matches against Sweden and Scotland in November 2012 and August 2013 respectively.

But the 24-year-old, who was born in Abidjan, remained eligible for his home nation as he has not played for England in a competitive fixture.

National Assembly legislative aide, Sani Mashi dies after collapse

A Senior Legislative Assistant with National Assembly, Abubakar Sani Mashi has died after collapsing at the entrance into NASS.