Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Jaywon and YQ set to drop a joint album


The music scene in Nigeria is about to experience a revolution as Jaywon & YQ iare ready to storm the scene with a collaboration album before the end of June in 2014. 

Video: Dude Wanted Kanye West To Sign His Fake Yeezys

Police arrests `mad man’ with arms, ammunition in Lagos

The Lagos State Police Command on Tuesday said it had arrested a suspected mad man who is being held for allegedly being in possession of arms and ammunition.
The spokesperson of the command, DSP Ngozi Braide, disclosed this during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.

Senate okays emergency rule extension in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa States

The Senate on Tuesday, unanimously approved the extension of the state of emergency in the troubled states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe, and gave seven conditions that should be met by the federal government in order to ensure its successful implementation.

AS Monaco owner, Dmitry Rybolovlev, told to pay ex-wife $4.5bn

Dmitri Rybolovlev applauds during an AS Monaco match against Caen - 4 May 2013

A Russian billionaire has been ordered to pay more than 4bn Swiss francs (£2.7bn; $4.5bn) to his ex-wife to settle a six-year divorce battle.
The Geneva court's verdict means Dmitry Rybolovlev, the owner of French football team AS Monaco, will lose around half of his estimated fortune.

Louis Vuitton denies signing Deal with Tonto Dikeh's Ex boyfriend,2G

Last month, Tonto Dikeh's ex  2G aka Mr Booski Lover claimed he got an endorsement deal with Louis Vuitton.He even shared what he called "unofficial photos"

He told Encomium

Oil deals leave northern barons with billion, richer than their states

The murky oil dealings of Nigeria’s military and political elite have led to a handful of oil barons from northern Nigeria controlling billions of naira worth of oil assets, while states in the region battle with revenue shortfalls and a raging insurgency.
Borno State-born Ahmed Mai Deribe’s Cavendish Petroleum is the operator of OML 110 with the capacity to produce about 120,000 barrels of crude oil daily from its OBE 4 and OBE 5 wells.

Man dies fixing faulty high-tension wire

A 34-year-old man, identified as Kurokeme Awudu, has been electrocuted at Ohorhor community in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State.

The incident occurred late Sunday when Awudu, who hailed from Kpakiama community in Bomadi Local Government Area of the state, was trying to connect a faulty electric power line which transmits power to Bomadi and its environ.

Court jails nurse for infecting boy with HIV


A Ugandan court has sentenced a nurse to three years in prison for negligence over the potential infection of a two-year-old boy with HIV.

BBC reports that Rosemary Namubiru, who is HIV-positive, was criminally negligent by using an intravenous needle, that she had accidentally pricked her finger with, on the child, the court ruled.

Woman beaten to death 48 hours to daughter’s wedding

Woman beaten to death 48 hours to daughter’s wedding

Homicide detectives in Edo Police State are battling to unravel how a middle-aged was murdered about 48 hours to her daughter’s wedding. The deceased, identified as Mrs Itota, was allegedly beaten to a pulp by an angry neighbour and some people in military uniform at Joe Amedu Street, off Upper Mission in Benin City.