Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Jim Iyke Shares Photos Of His His Water-bottling Factory

The actor and businessman is getting ready to launch his Burgeon water and shared photos of himself and his partners inspecting the Burgeon factory headquarters.

Yinka Ayefele loses father yesterday during the celebration of his 76th birthday

Yinka ayefele

Gospel artiste, Yinka Ayefele, will forever miss his father who has contributed to his growth right from child birth down to when he had his accident all to keep him alive as a father ought to do. But the loving father has slipped into the cold hands of visiting death as it came knocking at the door of Chief Joshua Taiwo Ayefele.
Although, the singer did not state the cause of his father’s death, but stated that he was going to miss his father whom he describes as ‘BABA TEACHER.’
Nigeriafilms.com confirmed that Chief Joshua Ayefele, popularly known as Tungba maestro, died yesterday October 12, 2014 in his home town, during the celebration of his 76th birthday party.

Chelsea to beat Arsenal to Khedira with Cech swap deal

Chelsea to beat Arsenal to Khedira with Cech swap deal

Chelsea are set to beat Arsenal to the signing of Real Madrid ace Sami Khedira – with the Blues ready to include Petr Cech in a swap deal.
Khedira had been expecting to join Arsenal when the transfer window re-opens with reports emerging last week that terms had been agreed with the Gunners.

UK airports start Ebola screening over fears disease is just days away

Hospitals have been practising for an outbreak of ebola (Picture: DoH)
Enhanced screening for Ebola will begin at Britain’s biggest airport today after the Health Secretary revealed the deadly virus is expected to reach the UK.
Jeremy Hunt said checks would begin at Heathrow’s Terminal 1 before they are expanded to cover Gatwick airport and Eurostar rail terminals by the end of next week, as the death toll in west Africa reached more than 4,000 people.
He told MPs it was ‘likely’ that Ebola will be seen in the UK and a ‘handful’ of cases could be confirmed in the next three months.

Two killed as PDP, APC thugs clash in Lagos

A lottery agent, Sheriff Alasia, was on Monday shot dead during a brutal cult clash at the Fadeyi end of Ikorodu Road, Lagos State.
Our correspondent, who visited the area, learnt that the killing was as a result of a clash between thugs loyal to the All Progressives Congress on the one hand, and thugs loyal to the Peoples Democratic Party on the other.
A resident said the 30-year-old victim was married and had a son.