Saturday, 31 May 2014

Girl, 15, 'gang-raped by 38 men' in Malaysia

Malaysian Police escort men suspected of gang-raping a 15-year-old girl in Kelantan, Malaysia on May 20
A 15-year-old schoolgirl has reportedly been gang-raped by 38 men in an abandoned house in Malaysia.

She survived the horrific ordeal but was then arrested by police in the Kelantan region as part of their investigation.

Donald Sterling Sues NBA For $1 Billion

Via TMZ:

Donald Sterling has filed a lawsuit against the NBA for more than $1 BILLION, claiming he was unconstitutionally bullied out of the league.

Sterling filed a federal lawsuit Friday afternoon … claiming the NBA booted him from the league based on what he called an illegal recording that was widely publicized … painting him as a racist.

Video: Man Throws a Stone at a $500,000 Lamborghini Car For Racing

Nigerian Military Claims Unnamed Northeast Politician Sponsoring Anti-Military Plot

Nigeria’s Defense Headquarters has claimed that a prominent political leader from one of the northeast states ravaged by members of the Islamist terrorist group, Boko Haram, is sponsoring “a renewed campaign aimed at attracting international condemnation and indictment of the Nigerian military and its operations in the Northern part of the country.”

Boko Haram kills Emir of Gwoza, no hostage taken

The Borno state government, in Nigeria’s north east, has denied reports that two traditional rulers in the state going to a funeral in nearby Gombe state were kidnapped this morning by Boko Haram gunmen.
Government however confirmed the death of the Emir of Gwoza, Alhaji Idrissa Timta and two policemen.

Video: Fubu Founder Daymond John Racially Profiled While Shopping In A High End N.Y. Store

Does Anyone Step Up To Stop It: Fubu Founder Daymond John Racially Profiled While Shopping In A High End N.Y. Store! (What Would You Do)

Friday, 30 May 2014

Jimmy Iovine Leaves Interscope Records

Jimmy Iovine Leaves Interscope Records

John Janick to succeed Jimmy Iovine as Chairman, CEO of Interscope Records.

Right as Apple confirmed the official purchase of Beats By Dre on Wednesday, Interscope's Jimmy Iovine announced that he would be stepping down from the label. Iovine has served as Chairman and CEO of Interscope for the past 25 years, and will leave his duties behind to 36 year old John Janick.

Kanye West Bans Kim From Keeping Up With The Kardashians

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have been married less than a week and he’s already laying down the law when it comes to his new wife’s career. has learned that the rapper has refused to allow his reality star bride to film a Keeping Up With The Kardashians spin-off with her sister, Khloé, — and momager Kris Jenner is not happy.

Boko Haram kidnaps two prominent Emirs

The extremist Boko Haram sect has kidnapped two first class traditional rulers in Borno state – the Emir of Uba, Ismaila Mamza and the Emir of Gwoza, Idrisa Timta, security officials aware of the incidence have told PREMIUM TIMES.

Sisters gang raped by police in India and left to hang

Sisters gang raped by police in India and left to hang
A group of men, including at least two police officers, raped two teenage sisters and strung their bodies from a mango tree, Indian officials confirmed.
Four of the alleged culprits have been arrested – but police are still searching for three others.
The girls, aged 14 and 15, were found hours after they had gone into the fields behind their home in Katra, Uttar Pradesh, to use the toilet.

Aturu, others against religious organisations paying taxes

In the file: Worshippers pray into the New Year at the Redemption Camp
Some prominent lawyers in Lagos on Thursday kicked against the payment of taxes by religious organisations in the country.
Delegates at the ongoing National Conference in Abuja had on Wednesday voted in support of taxing both churches and mosques.

Super Eagles land in USA

Nigeria's Super Eagles landed in the USA on the final leg of their pre-World Cup camping on Thursday evening.

The team left London the morning after their 2-2 draw against Scotland and will begin preparations for their June 3 meeting against Greece immediately.

Team officials say training will hold on Friday morning at the Lincoln Financial Field.

Stephen Keshi's squad of 30 is expected to be cut to the final 23 on June 2, in time to meet the Fifa deadline.

Clippers Sold To Former Microsoft Exec For $2 Billion?

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has apparently won the bidding war Thursday for the Los Angeles Clippers with a staggering $2 billion offer for the NBA franchise, according to the L.A. Times.

The frenzied battle to get the team from Sterling drove the franchise’s price sky high for a team that Forbes estimated was worth at $575 million back in January.

Former Governor of Oyo State,Rasheed Ladoja, Loses son in road accident

Adebola Ladoja died this past  Thursday in a ghastly accident on the Eko Bridge,Lagos.

He was driving a Golf saloon car and was said to be on his way to Lagos Island when a Daf truck rammed into his car.The driver of the truck was said to be on top speed,and lost control of his vehicle, ramming into the median of the bridge, before crashing into the deceased’s car.

An eye witness said “It took several hours before the victim could be rescued from the wreckage of the vehicle. He was trapped behind the wheels with blood gushing out of his head.”

FG releases Rivers’ aircraft as Jonathan’s friends woo Amaechi

A major political drama in the nation’s political landscape began to unfold yesterday with the revelation that close associates of President Goodluck Jonathan had advanced moves to woo Governor Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers State back to Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

Teenager admits killing his mum and dad because they confiscated his iPod

A teenager has admitted killing his mum and dad because they confiscated his iPod.

Sixteen-year-old Vincent Parker admitted launching the vicious attacks on his parents a week before Christmas, because he was sick of them handing out punishments like taking his MP3 player away.

Thursday, 29 May 2014

Police Arrest 26 lesbians while they were having sex In Delta

The police in Delta have arrested 26 lesbians in the state after a raid on their hideout around the Awai road area of Asaba.
The Police Public Relations Officer for the state, Celestina Kalu confirmed the arrest and said that the suspects were having sex when they were apprehended.

Girl Bathes Lover’s Wife With Acid

A lover girl identified as Stella Boise in Okpanam near Asaba, Delta State has allegedly bathed her sugar-daddy’s wife with water, laced with acid, leaving her with serious injuries.
Trouble was said to have started when the woman who had told her husband she was travelling out of town later returned home to find her husband in the company of his lover, having sex on their matrimonial bed.

Father Beats His 14-Year-Old Daughter For Dancing With Black Friend

A Houston, Texas man was arrested after allegedly whipping his daughter with a belt after he found out she was dancing with her African-American friend at the rehearsal for her quinceañera.

Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Apple Brings Dr. Dre On Board With Official $3 Billion Beats Deal

After weeks of rumor, Apple finally announced it has acquired headphone maker Beats Electronic for $3 billion, including $2.6 billion cash up front and approximately $400 million in stock that will vest over time. As part of the deal, Beats co-founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine will join Apple AAPL -0.26% in undisclosed roles.

Photo: Bruce Willis & Demi Moore's Daughter, Scout, Walks Around NYC Topless To Protest IG's Ban On Female Nudity

Scout Willis took to the streets of New York City on Tuesday, May 25, to protest Instagram's ban on female nudity

Manchester United Owner Malcolm Glazer Dies

The owner of Manchester United football club, Malcolm Glazer, has died aged 85.
The news was announced by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the American football club he owned for nearly 30 years.
The club said he passed away on Wednesday morning and described him as a "pioneering thinker" and "dynamic business leader".

I am Not An Ex-Convict – Ibinabo Fiberesima

Ibinabo Fiberesima Backed For Re-election As AGN President
The year was 2006, Ibinabo Fiberesima got herself in trouble when she was arrested for the murder of a doctor, Giwa Suraj.
She had spent three months and three days in prison then.

Boko Haram: MTN, forensic expert to testify against Ndume

Senator Aliyu Ndume

A Federal High Court, Abuja, on Tuesday granted an application by the Federal Government to call two additional witnesses against Senator Aliyu Ndume, who is facing charges of sponsoring the violent Islamic fundamentalist sect, Boko Haram.

The proposed witnesses, according to the Federal Government, are the MTN and a forensic expert. Three prosecution witnesses had already testified in the case.

EFCC Arraigns Three Former Bankers for N16.9m Scam

Three former bankers with a new generation bank,  were on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 arraigned before Justice Akindavid Oladimeji of  Osun State High Court, Ile-Ife on separate charges,  all bordering on failure to exercise due diligence, forgery and conspiracy to commit fraud involving a sum of N16,891,100 (Sixteen Million, Eight Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, One Hundred Naira)

Leggings are not pants, Qatar warns tourists

LEGGINGS ARE NOT PANTS: The Gulf state has issued its stance on leggings as part of its modesty drive

Qatar has issued a decree advising tourists that leggings are not considered pants and are not modest enough to wear in public.
Leggings have been singled out in pamphlets distributed by the Gulf state as inappropriate attire for tourists in the notoriously strict Islamic country.

Convicted Boko Haram Member, Kabiru Sokoto, Begs For Pardon

Kabiru Sokoto
A member of Boko Haram sect already convicted of terrorism charges, Kabiru Umar (aka Kabiru Sokoto), has appealed to President Goodluck Jonathan for pardon. The convict appealed against the judgment of a Federal High Court, Abuja, which sentenced him to life imprisonment on December 20, 2013. But he told the President through a letter written on his behalf by his lawyer, Sheriff Okoh, that he was innocent of the offences he was convicted of.

125 Nigerian students to attend Northeastern with full scholarship

125 college students from Nigeria who received full scholarships from the Nigerian government will be attending college in Boston in the fall. The students are set to attend Northeastern University, and roughly half of them arrived in Boston on Monday May 26th.

Yussuf Ayila Is Older Than He Claims - Team Doctor

Dynamo Kiev defender Ayila Yussuf, who spent last season on loan in Metalist Kharkiv was accused by doctor Leonid Mironov for being much older than it is stated in his official documents.

Officially 29-year old Yussuf came to Dynamo Kiev in 2003. He spent almost his entire career with the Ukrainian team, except short-term loans to Orduspor and recently finished to Metalist.Ayila

Google's new driverless car could be on the roads within a year

No hands: Google has begun work on the world's first ever self-driving car, an early prototype of which is pictured above
Google last night announced it will start building its self-driving car - and it plans to have the revolutionary vehicles on roads within a year.

Co-founder Sergey Brin unveiled the car - which will be equipped only with a stop/go button and be capable of speeds up to 25mph -  at a conference in California.

Skype To Launch Real-Time Voice Translation

Microsoft bought Skype in May 2011
Real-time voice translation will be added to Skype by the end of the year, Microsoft has revealed.
The firm says it has taken years of research to be in a position to launch the feature, and that it is still "early days" for the technology.

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Suspected Anambra kidnap gang leader Okechukwu Nnaegbo arrested

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Anambra State Governor Willie Obiano’s determination to rid the state of criminals has yielded result, as a suspected kidnap gang leader, Okechukwu Nnaegbo, has been nabbed aboard a South African Airways flight at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos.

Photos: Funke Akindele, Ini Edo, Eniola Badmus Star in Okombo

Nollywood's star actresses Funke Akindele, Ini Edo-Ehiagwina, Eniola Badmus just made a statement in a new movie entitled, Okombo.  Produced by MAK-VEE Production Ltd, Okombo depicts a life in the ghetto.

Video: Floyd Mayweather Jr. To T.I.: "These Hoes Ain't Loyal"

A couple of hours after his brawl with T.I., Floyd Mayweather Jr. was chilling at Larry Flynt's Hustler Club in Las Vegas when Chris Brown's song "Loyal" came on.
"When a rich n*gga want ya. And your n*gga can't do nothing for ya/These hoes ain't loyal. These hoes ain't loyal," Chris sings on the hook.

I Was Handed N5 Million But They Wouldn’t See My Pants- Blessing Nweke

I Was Handed N5 Million But They Wouldn’t See My Pants- Blessing Nweke
A lot of fast rising actresses are willing to open their legs for the glory of fame but not Blessing Nweke who values her family’ name than the millions Nollywood producers can offer her.
Blessing said that she is worth more than the mere money that is always offered to actresses to act nude because she is not from an extremely poor background.

Churches And Mosques To Start Paying Tax Because They Are Making A Lot Of Money- Confab

Churches And Mosques To Start Paying Tax Because They Are Making A Lot Of Money- Confab
For a very long time, the debate whether religious groups should pay tax has been going on but it always favour those who said that churches and mosques should not pay tax.
At the on-going National Conference, delegates had voted that henceforth every church and mosque in Nigeria should start paying tax to the government.

Tiwa Sexy In New Photos

Local Women Disarm 10 Boko Haram Terrorists

Unbelievable!!! Local Woman Disarm 10 Boko Haram Terrorists

We were stunned beyond words when we heard that some local women in the villages of Attagara and Kawuri in Borno State disarmed 10 Boko Haram terrorists.
These men had come to attack their villages over the weekend but ended up fighting for their lives when these women had used local charms among other things on them.

Another Confab Delegate, Emir of Gombe Dies

 Another National Conference Delegate, Emir of Gombe, His Royal Highness Alhaji (Dr.) Usman Shehu Abubakar is dead.The late first-class monarch, whose death was announced tonight, assumed the throne in the mid-1980s. 

Mark Zuckerberg Summoned to Court in Iran

A judge in Iran has ordered founder and CEO of social networking site Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg to answer to complaints that WhatsApp and Instagram violate users’ privacy.
Both WhatsApp and Instagram are owned by Facebook.
According to Sky News, an official with the paramilitary has ordered that two services be blocked.
Reports say Zuckerberg will not appear in court because the US and Iran do not have an extradition treaty.

Photos: Peter Okoye goes Bald


Peter just showed off his new look on instagram..

He Shared these pictures with the caption:

Stop Abusing My Husband, Dame Patience Jonathan Tells Nigerians

President Goodluck Jonathan’s wife, according to a report on Punch, on Tuesday advised Nigerians to desist from abusing her husband because God Himself made him the head of the nation.
While addressing children at an event she organized to mark the 2014 Children’s Day at the Banquet Hall of the Presidential Villa, Abuja and also quoting from the Holy Bible, Dame Patience said:

Supreme Court orders lawyer to pay N8million fine to Delta state governor

The Supreme Court on Monday May 26th ordered Dr Dickson Osuala to pay N8million fine to Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta and 3 others for abuse of court process, PM News reports.

Monday, 26 May 2014

10 Billion Naira Jet Scandal: Why I Would Not Honour House’s Invitation - Alison-Madueke

The Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, has given reasons why she would not honour the invitation by the House of Representatives Committee on Public Accounts, stating that the committee is yet to fulfill the conditions precedent for inviting public officers.
One of such conditions Alison-Madueke is insisting is that both chambers of the National Assembly are constitutionally required to show that they have passed a resolution duly published in their journal (Hansard) or in the official gazette of the Government of the Federation.

Nigeria army 'knows where Boko Haram are holding girls'

An image taken from a video made by Boko Haram showing the girls abducted from Chibok - 12 May 2014 
The Nigerian military say they know where the girls kidnapped by Boko Haram are but they will not attempt a rescue.
Nigeria's Chief of Defence Staff said it was "good news for the parents," although he admitted the military would not risk "going there with force."

Arsenal 'make £18m bid for Griezmann'

Arsenal 'make £18m bid for Griezmann' 
Arsenal have kick-started their summer transfer business by making an £18million offer for Real Sociedad star Antoine Griezmann.
The French winger is a long-term target for Gunners boss Arsene Wenger, who reportedly made an offer for him in January.

Pochettino 'set to be named Spurs boss'

Pochettino 'set to be named Spurs boss'
Tottenham hope to name Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager in the coming days after holding advanced talks with the Southampton chief.
Pochettino, who has been a front runner in the race to replace the sacked Tim Sherwood, had looked set to stay at St Mary’s last week and sign a new contract.

2 Real Madrid Fans Die In Lagos

Two middle –aged men identified as Olusoga Ogunbanjo (39) and Bambo Sholeye (42) have slumped and died in Lagos after watching the crucial match in the UEFA championship final match between Atiletico Madrid and Real Madrid.
It was gathered that the duo, who lived in Lagos Island slumped and died when their team ( Real Madrid)  failed to equalise one goal at end of the 90 minutes game.

Funny Vine: Smack Cam Gone Wrong

Photos: Boy, 9, chained to bus stop all day so his grandmother can work

Boy, 9, chained to bus stop all day so his grandmother can work
This nine-year-old boy lies helplessly on the pavement in the sweltering Mumbai heat, chained to a bus stop so his grandmother can work.
Lakhan Kale has cerebral palsy and epilepsy, and is unable to communicate with others.
His grandmother Sakhubai, who tied him up while she went off to sell toys and flower garlands by the road, said: ‘What else can I do? He can’t talk, so how will he tell anyone if he gets lost?’

Manchester United set to sacrifice Mata to land Schweinsteiger

United set to sacrifice Mata to land Schweinsteiger
Juan Mata’s Manchester United career could be over virtually before it has begun with new manager Louis Van Gaal prepared to allow the midfielder to join Barcelona.
The Dutchman is keen to sign Germany midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, who he knows well from his spell as manager of Bayern Munich, and that is set to leave 26-year-old Mata out in the cold.