Saturday, 14 June 2014

D’Banj’s DB Records Introduces The “Lee” Family

D’banj’s record label, DB Records introduces the LEE family – they are PokoLee, KayswitchLee, MossKrisslee and RalphkrissLee. Congrats to D-Banj and the “Lee” crew. More photos after the cut..

Ado Bayero’s Sons Yet To Visit New Emir Of Kano

As prominent emirate council officials continue paying homage to the new emir of Kano, Malam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, some top council officials were yet to visit him as at yesterday.

Our correspondents observed that the Galadiman Kano, Tijjani Hashim and four sons of the late Alhaji Ado Bayero, the Chiroma, Sunusi Lamido Ado, Alhaji Aminu Ado, Bello Ado Bayero and Nasiru Ado Bayero were yet to pay homage yesterday.

Pastor Raped Church Member During Deliverance In Edo State

A pastor identified as Samson Odey­emi, has been arraigned at an Iguobazuwa Magistrate court for raping a married woman.
Police Prosecutor, Agagi James told the court that the offence was committed on May 14, when the pastor took the victim to a river for spiritual cleansing.

Nigerian gang smuggled 23 year old girl from Edo to UK as sex slave

Three members of an international prostitution ring that smuggled a Nigerian woman into the UK to work as a sex slave under the threat of a voodoo curse are facing jail today.Olusoji Oluwafemi, 44, Johnson Olayinka, 45, and Florence Obadiaru, 48, were convicted of trafficking the woman into the UK for sexual exploitation and arranging for her transfer to Italy.

Boko Haram didn’t abduct our women —Borno Fulani herdsmen

THE Borno State chapter of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), on Friday, denied media reports that Fulani woman were abducted by Boko Haram members at a village near Chibok.

Chairman of the association, Alhaji Amadu Musa, told journalists that the reported abduction of over 30 women was not true.

How gospel queen, Kefee, died in U.S

How gospel queen, Kefee, died in U.S

A pal of gloom descended on the entertainment industry yesterday, when gospel queen, Irikefe Obareki Don Momoh, popularly known as Kefee, died at the Desert Springs Hospital, Las Vegas, United States, after spending about 15 days in coma. Kefee, according to report, had collapsed on a flight to Chicago, USA on May 28, forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing.

Sudan refuses to release Nyanya bombing mastermind to Nigeria


According to reports, the extradition of suspected Nyanya bombing mastermind, Aminu-Sadiq Ogwuche from Sudan might take longer than expected.
This was attributed to the fact that the Sudanese government has refused to co-operate as they do not have any extradition agreement with any nation in the world.