Friday, 20 June 2014

6 Nigerians Arrested For Forgery In Ghana

Six Nigerians have been arrested for allegedly forging letterheads of the Office of the President of Ghana, John Mahama and other state institutions to defraud people.
They are Paul Kelvin, 20; Wallace Darden Odon, 28; Osamidiamwen Ikecheku Emeka, 24; Prince Ejime, 19; Charles Chinedu, 32, and Adebayoo Alaba Saheed, 21. They are all unemployed.

LUTH reduces healthcare charges by 50%


The management of Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, has agreed to reduction of cost of healthcare services in the hospital by 50 per cent.
Dr Omojowolo Olubunmi, President, Association of Resident Doctors, LUTH branch, told journalists in Lagos that this was part of the agreement reached between the hospital’s management and health workers.

$227million Abacha loot recovered from Liechtenstein

On June 25th Nigeria will receive $227million from the government of the Principality of Liechtenstein, Europe, as the nation is said to have agreed to release the stolen money.

AFP reports that the federal government said Thursday June 19th that it dropped the charges against Mohammed in a deal to allow the return of the Liechtenstein money.

‘He threatened to kill me’ – Angry mother tells Judge to send her son to jail

Law court rape 
A 32-year-old man, Ifeanyi Chukwu, was on Thursday arraigned before an Abule Egba Magistrates’ Court for allegedly beating and threatening to kill his mother.
Chukwu, a factory worker who lives with his mother is facing a three-count charge of assault, threatening by violence and causing damage.

Prophetess jailed for defrauding woman of N570,000


A 38-year-old self-acclaimed  prophetess, Nnenna James has been arrested and remanded in prison custody at Kirikiri, Lagos state for defrauding a 31-year-old woman, Theresa Johnson.
The victim, Theresa Johnson was reported to have paid about N570,000 for spiritual cleansing and deliverance to the Lagos based prophetess.

How I Predicted Keefe’s Death — Ara


According to a new report on Vanguard, Nigerian female talking drummer, Ara, who is a friend to late Kefee, says she had a dream concerning Kefee’s death and that she had called the late singer to pray hard to avert it.