Tuesday, 29 April 2014

NFA dismisses Singaporean’s match-fixing claim

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has dismissed the claim by a Singaporean, Wilson Perumal, that he helped Nigeria qualify for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

A statement from NFF’s Assistant Director (Communications), Ademola Olajire, on Tuesday in Abuja said Perumal’s claim was nothing more than “distinct fiction by a self-confessed and convicted Singaporean match-fixer”.

EFCC Arrests Six Suspects for N5.5m Bank Fraud

Five persons have been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, over allegation of fraudulent transfer of a total of N5, 550,000.00(Five Million, Five Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira) from an account in Skye Bank.

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Popular Nollywood Actress Dumps Movie For Music

Nollywood actress, Angela Okorie shared this picture of herself and a caption that might insinuate she is about to release her own album.

Brazilian football fans adopt Nigeria as their second team ahead of World Cup

BRAZILIAN football fans in the coastal city of Porto have adopted the Super Eagles as their second World Cup team and begun asking tournament organisers to supply them with Nigerian memorabilia ahead of matches.

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Sterling receives lifetime ban $2.5 million fine

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver held a press conference on Tuesday to address the leaked audio recording of Clippers owner Donald Sterling's racist remarks, and has officially banned Sterling from the NBA. Details of the ban are included below:

Mother allows man to rape daughter and provides blanket so he is comfortable while doing so

A family was left outraged after a woman gave her teenage daughter to a man for sex.

The woman of Zimbabwe, was accused of allowing her neighbour to rape her daughter in exchange for 22 pounds of sugar.

The woman, 54, even handed the rapist a blanket so he is comfortable while raping her daughter.

President Jonathan Sacks Political Adviser, Alhaji Gulak.

Gulak, sacked presidential aide.
President Goodluck Jonathan has terminated the appointment of his Special Adviser(Political), Alhaji Ahmed A. Gulak with immediate effect.

President Jonathan thanks Alhaji Gulak for his services to the present administration and wishes him success in his future endeavors.

This information was contained in a series of tweets by the President’s spokesman, Reuben Abati (@abati1990)

Nollywood pays respect as Amaka Igwe passes on

On Monday night, Nigerian film-maker and Nollywood icon, Amaka Igwe died in an Enugu hospital. She was 51 years old at the time of her death. She was doing pre-production preparations for a new Igbo soap opera in Enugu when she suffered an asthma attack and was immediately rushed to the hospital. She finally passed on after several interventions to resuscitate her failed.  She was in the company of her husband when she died.

Woman Bites Off, Swallows Neighbour’s Ear

A 30-year old house wife, Mrs Chizoba Ejike, has been charged before the Ejigbo Magistrates’ Court, Lagos State, western Nigeria for allegedly biting off her neighbour’s ear and swallowing it in anger.

Donald Sterling Hoping A Payoff Will Prevent GF V. Stiviano From Leaking More Audio

With his reputation already in shreds and repercussions from the NBA likely looming for his racist remarks, L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling is hoping money will stop the bleeding.
TMZ reports that Sterling reached out to his girlfriend V. Stiviano on Sunday, April 27, to see if they could come to an agreement.

Witch hunter, Helen Ukpabio denies UK deportation rumours

Popular witch hunter, Helen Ukpabio has said that recent reports claiming that she was deported from the United Kingdom are false.

The founder of the Liberty Foundation Gospel Ministries is said to have been deported about 2 weeks ago after residents of the UK reportedly signed a petition declaring her dangerous to the nation’s children due to her history with so-called child witches.

Abducted schoolgirls allegedly married off for N2,000, moved abroad

Most of the 234 Borno schoolgirls in Boko Haram captivity, according to a report on DailyTrust, have allegedly been ferried abroad to Chad and Cameroon after they were married off to sect members on N2,000 bride price each.

The female students were taken from their hostels at the Government Girls Secondary School Chibok on the night of April 14. About 40 had escaped in the days after the incident, but parents and school authorities said at least 234 of them were yet to be found.

Photos: Delta State Govt arrests UNILAG alumni for exposing multi billion Naira Bursary fraud

An ex-student of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Mr. Ambrose Ezeanwani,  who exposed a racket in the students’ bursary scheme in Delta state was handed over to men from the Delta State Government this afternoon after days of illegal detention in Lagos.

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Wife-Beater APC Politician In Ogun State Arrested


An All Progressives Party  (APC) politician who battered his wife in Ogun State recently has been arrested today by the Nigerian Police operatives at the Ogun State police command.

Mr. Bayo Awosanya, also known as “Bashorun” who had disappeared since the public outcry trailed his brutal assault of his wife reportedly turned himself in at the Sagamu Police Station in Ogun State today.

Peter Obi Distribute Cars To Senators So That He Can Be Appointed As Aviation Minister

According to SAHARA

Former Governor Peter Obi of Anambra State has handed car gifts to key senators, including Senate President David Mark, in order to ease his path to appointment as Nigeria’s new Aviation Minister.

President Goodluck Jonathan has promised the post of Aviation Minister to Mr. Obi who in mid-March finished his second term as governor. Mr. Obi, a leader of the All Peoples Grand Alliance (APGA), is in line to be rewarded with a cabinet post for his political loyalty to the incumbent president.

Boko Haram: Group Links Northern Elders with Schoolgirls’ Kidnap

Boko Haram Group links northern elders with schoolgirls’ kidnap 
It is alleged that elders in the North were behind the kidnapping of the female pupils of the Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State.
The United Alliance, in a report by its northern co-ordinator, Bashir Ado, said the kidnapping of the school girls was part of the plan of the northern elders to humiliate President Goodluck Jonathan.

Accounts of Churches and Mosques Should Be Audited Annually – CONFAB Delegate Proposes

 Dr Jonathan Obaje, a delegate representing Diaspora-Asian in the ongoing national conference and member of the Committee on Religion, has advocated for the annual auditing of churches’, mosques’, and temples’ accounts.