Friday 19 May 2017

TBoss blows hot says “anyone cursing my mother will never be a parent”

Former Big Brother Naija housemate and second runner-up, Tokunbo Idowu, TBoss, has lashed out at a follower who slammed her mum on Mother’s day last Sunday. Firing back via a clip yesterday, Tboss cursed those cursing her mother.

The ex-reality show housemate took to an Instagram live video, where she declared that those cursing her mum “will never be a parent”.

Woman says God approves of her sleeping with her brother because it's not a choice to be incestsexual

A Twitter user called Nicky has revealed that she is in a romantic relationship with her brother, Aryan. She went on to create a thread to explain why it's OK to engage in incest. One of the reasons she gave is that 'God approves of it' and also, that people who are incestsexual have no control over it, the same way one doesn't choose to be gay.

Jeez! See what wrong administration of drugs by Nurse did to a 13-year-old Student

A 13-year-old student of the Command Secondary School in Suleja has been left with horrific burns after he was administered wrong medication by a nurse at the school clinic.

According to Online media, Sahara Reporters, the incident occurred on April 30 when the student sought medical treatment for having high body temperature. After the drugs were administered to the student, he began to develop rashes all over his body. He also noticed that his lips were swollen and his eyes were red. The situation worsened when the nurse abandoned him at the school’s clinic for three days without making an effort to ameliorate his condition.

Female student of LASPOTECH, Damilola Adegoke, commits suicide

Lagos State Polytechnic student, Damilola Adegoke, reportedly committed suicide on Tuesday after drinking an insecticide, Sniper. It is not certain what led her to take her own life.

The remains of Adegoke, a Business Administration student, was discovered by her mother when she came back home to find her daughter lying on the floor and the bottle of Sniper beside her.

Federal Court has order the forfeiture of N449m found in BDC shop

The Federal High Court in Lagos on Friday ordered the final forfeiture of the sum of N449,597,000 found in an abandoned Bureau de Change shop in Victoria Island, Lagos by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

The forfeiture order was made by Justice Rilawan Aikawa following a motion on notice taken before him by the anti-graft agency.

Arsene Wenger’s future at Arsenal will be decided after FA Cup final

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, said a decision on his future at the club would be made at a board meeting after their FA Cup final against Chelsea on May 27.

The Frenchman will be out of contract at the Emirates at the end of the campaign as he prepares for the final Premier League game of the season against Everton.

Israel refuses US Presidential Helicopter landing

President Donald Trump has cancelled a planned visit and speech at the ancient mountain fortress of Masada in Israel after authorities told him that he could not land his helicopter on top of the UNESCO-listed site.

Instead, Trump will now deliver a speech at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. It comes after an Israeli Air Force (IAF) regulation that prevents helicopters landing at the summit of the Masada site, according to Israel’s Channel 2 broadcaster.

Uber driver allegedly breaks passenger's phone, threatens to beat her in Lagos

An Uber driver has been called out by his passenger’s friend who claimed the driver broke his friend’s phone in an attempt to beat her.

He said trouble started when the driver asked the passenger to convert the trip to “off book” and the proposal was rejected.

Three suicide bombers detonate explosive vest at a Nigerian university

Three Suicide bombers have been confirmed dead in the early hours of Friday in Maiduguri, Borno while attempting to enter some locations in the University of Maiduguri.

The Head of Media and Public Relations of the National Emergency Management Agency, Mr Sani Datti, in a statement on Friday said that the University’s Security and Vigilantes group intercepted the suicide bombers before they could gain entrance into the University premises.

Residents mock Governor Ortom after photos of wheelbarrows he allegedly donated surfaced online

Benue state residents are taunting their state governor, Samuel Ortom, after photos of some wheelbarrows he allegedly donated to empower youths in the state, surfaced online. Although he has come out to deny having anything to do with the wheelbarrows. Facebook user, Apiah Ephraim, who shared the taunting photos wrote;

Wilfried Ndidi Named Among EPL’s Breakout Stars Of 2016/2017

Nigeria and Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has been included in the list of the English Premier League's young breakout stars of the 2016/2017 season.

The five-man list compiled by Sky Sports was released on Friday.

Other players included are Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus, Rob Holding of Arsenal, Sunderland keeper Jordan Pickford and Everton's Tom Davies.

Wike has performed wonderfully well, even Osinbajo said so - GEJ

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has praised Gov. Nyesom Wike for “delivering the dividends of democracy” to the people of Rivers.

Mr. Jonathan made the remark on Thursday in Port Harcourt while inaugurating the second Nkpogu bridge, as part of the second anniversary celebration of the Wike administration.

The former president said the performance of the governor has endeared him to the electorate.

‎Artifact Stolen From Nigeria Found In Italy

The artifact that represented goddess of fruitfulness reluctantly released by Nupe people to Niger State Museum and stolen some decades ago, has been found in Italy.‎

The Executive Director, Niger State Council for Arts and Culture, Mr Emmanuel Zhiri, made this known to the News Agency of Nigeria in Minna on Thursday.

“This artifact was found in Italy recently by the Commissioner for Information, Mr Jonathan Vatsa’’, Zhiri said. He added that it would cost the state a “huge fortune,” to retrieve it.‎

Wilfried Ndidi Models New Leicester City Home Jersey For Next Season

Nigeria midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was one of four players selected to model Leicester City's new home jersey for next Premier League season.

Ndidi modelled the new jersey with skipper Wes Morgan, Jamie Vardy and Kasper Schmeichel.

The new jersey which is an all-blue strip, with an increase in gold detail, will be worn for the final game of the season against Bournemouth on Sunday.

Acting President Osinbajo Receives 2017 Budget From National Assembly

The Presidency on Friday confirmed that the National Assembly has formally transmitted the 2017 Appropriation Bill recently passed into law to the Executive.

The Senior Special Assistant to the Acting President, Mr. Laolu Akande, confirmed this on his Twitter handle, @Akandeoj.

He said the document was formally received in the office of the Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, on Friday.

I am a victim of domestic violence ... nobody is above it, even pastors' - KSB

Singer Kenny Saint Brown aka KSB have spoken about the increasing rate of domestic violence in the country particularly in the entertainment industry. 

The singer shared her thoughts in an exclusive chat with LIB. She said:

Alex Iwobi Says He Need To Create, Score More Goals To Get Back In Arsenal Team

Nigerian forward, Alex Iwobi has admitted that he needs to start creating more scoring chances to regain his place in the starting line-up of Arsenal.

Iwobi made his first appearance in two months for Arsenal coming off the substitute's bench in the 69th minute for Kieran Gibbs as the Gunners defeated Sunderland 2-0 in an English Premier League game on Tuesday at the Emirates Stadium.

Lady slam Mercy Aigbe and Linda Ikeji with N500m lawsuit for defamation

Lawyers to Opemititi Ajayi, the lady alleged to have caused the crash in nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe’s home, Afolabi Fashanu & Co have written to blogger, Linda Ikeji, and actress, Mercy Aigbe over the defamation of character of its client.

FA to punish players who dive with two-match bans

The English Football Association on Thursday, passed a new rule which will retrospectively punish players, who are found guilty of simulation starting from the 2017/2018 season.

A panel which includes one ex-match official, one former manager and one ex-player, will review footage from the weekend each Monday, to spot cases of simulation.

Inter Milan Director says they can buy Ronaldo from Real Madrid

Inter Milan director, Piero Ausilio has claimed that they can afford to buy Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid, but admits a deal will be impossible because of Financial Fair Play rules.

Ausilo says Inter’s owners, the Suning Group, would be able to bankroll a record-breaking deal, but admits that a move cannot be made due to rules imposed regarding club spending.

Guess who Manchester United Player of Year is? Anderrrr Herreraaaa ⚽⚽⚽!!!

Ander Herrera, was on Thursday night, announced as Manchester United’s Player of the Year. In a fan vote, the Spanish midfielder beat 28-goal top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic and defender Antonio Valencia to the title.

This means Spanish players have won the Sir Matt Busby award for four years in a row, after David De Gea’s successive victories in 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Check out the hilarious way a Facebook user places advert to sell a Tiger

A Facebook user (Karloz Chavez) went on his platform to sell his Tiger ... But the high point was the way he listed the advert for the Tiger.

The post has since gone viral.

Bobrisky says he is better than a lot of UNILAG graduates

Nigerian male barbie, Bobrisky took to his Snapchat to remember God and thank Him for the life he is living. Bobrisky who claims to have finished from University of Lagos (UNILAG) wrote:
Some of my course-mates are still searching for jobs, but I'm here flying business class, eating what I like and driving the cars of my choice

Buhari: I did not order arrest of judges

Following the arrest, last year of some Federal High Court Judges and Supreme Court Justices, an Abakaliki based lawyer, Onu John Onwe have dragged President Muhammadu Buhari, and the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, to court.

Also joined in the suit are the Director of State Security Services (DSS), Lawal Daura, Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu and National Judicial Council (NJC).

Drama! Two persons caught on Arik flight stealing co-passenger’s money

There was a mild drama Friday on a 7am flight of Arik Air from Lagos to Abuja as two suspects were caught stealing from a bag belonging to another passenger few minutes to landing at the local wing of Nnamdi Azikwe Airport in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

The attention of the passengers were attracted by the voice of one of the crew members on the flight asking one of the suspects to sit down and should dare not utter a word since he had been finally caught.

EFCC amends charges against Air Vice Marshal Alkali Mawu

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Friday in an Abuja High Court, Maitama applied to amend charges against retired Air vice Marshal Alkali Mawu. Mawu, former Air Officer, Training Command, Kaduna was on June 21, 2016 arraigned before Justice Salisu Garba on a three-count charge of receiving gratification.

Ondo Permanent Secretary, Niran Ikuomola, Regains Freedom

The Permanent Secretary of Ondo State Hospital Management Board, Dr. Niran Ikuomola, who was kidnapped along with his driver on Sunday evening has regained his freedom, a family source said.