Wednesday 3 May 2017

SHOCKING! Lifeless body spotted floating on River Niger (Photos)

According to reports, an unidentified female corpse was seen floating on  River Niger, at Onitsha main market. People who gathered to look believed she might have been drowned because it rained the previous night while others insisted she was murdered and pushed into the river.

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Actress Mercy Aigbe files restraining order against her estranged husband (See Documents)

If you are one of those thinking the Mercy Aigbe marriage saga is a stunt or saying the photos of domestic violence are from a movie, well, we are sorry to let you know that it's not and it's getting messier by the day. The actress filed for restraining order against her husband, Lanre Gentry who has been revealed beats her. 

Aww! Bank W and Actress Adesua Etomi are ENGAGED

Yay, the long-awaited celebrity love story has finally hit the internet. Yes, Actress Adesua Etomi and Banky W who both featured in the movie the wedding party are engaged. 

The two who have been engaged since February broke the  news on their respective Instagram page.

Follow their love story below:

CBN bans 17 banks from forex market

In response to persistent complaints that some Deposit Money Banks have deliberately frustrated efforts by many Small and Medium Enterprises to access forex from the new window created by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, the apex Bank barred all but eight banks from dealing in the SME wholesale forex window.

The financial regulator, it was gathered, took the decision to bar the erring banks based on field reports, which revealed that only eight banks had sold forex to the SMEs segment since the inception of the new window.

AFCON: NFF rejects South Africa request to postponed qualifiers match

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) says the AFCON 2019 Qualifiers date of June 10 won’t be shifted despite a request from South Africa for the tie to be moved forward.

The South Africa Football Association (SAFA) wants the tie to be brought forward to enable them fix a friendly game before their players depart to their respective clubs.

BRAVERY! DELSU Student disarmed suspected armed robber in Delta community

A Delta State University, DELSU, Student, Oleh Campus, Ezechie Ifeanyi recently disarmed a suspected armed robber identified as Ukiri Akpoghene (21-year-old) around Palufe Area, Oleh, Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State.

A locally made cut to size gun was allegedly recovered from the suspect who was later handed over to the Police at Oleh.

Gernot Rohr expresses concern over Ahmed Musa’s frame of mind

Super Eagles Franco-German coach Gernot Rohr has expressed concerns that the Super Eagles Assistant Captain, Ahmed Musa, is not psychologically ready for the forthcoming 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifier against South Africa in Uyo next month.

The coach, according to decent sources at the Glass House in Abuja, echoed this sentiment while exchanging perspectives with officials of the Technical Department of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) ahead of the Group E match against South African on June 10.

Senate President Sacks Ndume as Committee Chairman, Appoints Replacement

Borno South lawmaker, Ali Ndume who is on 6 months suspension in the Senate on controversial grounds has been removed as chairman of the INEC committee of the Red Chamber.

The travails of immediate-past Senate leader, Ali Ndume, may be far from over as Senate President, Bukola Saraki, yesterday, removed him as chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) committee.

Nigeria’s electricity situation is a national embarrassment – Labour

The United Labour Congress (ULC), on Monday, described the power sector as a national embarrassment.

Labour lamented that Nigerians still do not enjoy interrupted electricity supply four years after the private sector took over from the defunct Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN).

ULC, President, Comrade Joe Ajearo, in his May Day speech in Lagos, also wondered why government was celebrating less than 4,000mw, when consumers were forced to pay estimated electricity bills against the promise of the new owners of the companies.