Friday, 10 April 2015

Woman steals ex-boyfriend's sperms during sex for rituals

A man has accused his ex-lover of stealing his sperm for rituals.

A Bulawyo, Zimbabwe businessman, Marshall Joseph Stuart, has narrated how his former lover, Pia Tanja Woolf, stole his sperm during sex and used it to cast a spell on him.
The revelation came when he started behaving strangely and his friends had to be taken to a traditional healer who revealed the source of his new behaviour.

APC, Amaechi plan to postpone Rivers poll till Buhari is sworn in – PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Rivers State has alleged plot by Governor Rotimi Amaechi and the All Progressives Congress (APC) to either rig or postpone Saturday’s governorship and House of Assembly elections in the state.
Chairman of the Media and Publicity Committee of the PDP Campaign Organisation (PDPCO) in the state, Barrister Emma Okah, who addressed newsmen in Port Harcourt yesterday, accused the ruling party of buying arms and ammunition for youths to wreck havoc in parts of the state.

Firefighter saves woman before she can take her life


The moments which were filmed by a passer-by in Shanghai - shows the young woman dangling off the ledge having apparently threatened to jump,

Police had failed to convince the woman - who was depressed after being dumped by her boyfriend - to climb back into a nearby apartment while firefighters on the street below prepared a ladder to try to reach her. 

Army Raids Hideout, Arrest 6 Suspected Political Thugs In Port Harcourt

The army said on Friday in Port Harcourt it arrested six suspected political thugs and recovered arms and ammunition from them after soldiers raided their hideout.

Brig.-Gen. Koko Essien, the Commander of 2 Brigade of the Nigerian Army, Port Harcourt, who told newsmen that the suspects were arrested after a prolonged exchange of gunfire, explained that the raid was part of efforts to make the environment safe for people to go out and vote.

Photo: Governor Okorocha Dressed As A Secondary School Student

Photo: Governor Akpabio On Buhari's Visit To Akwa Ibom

20 Killed In Fresh Attacks By Boko Haram In Borno State

At least 20 people have been killed in Borno State on Thursday, April 9, in an attack suspected to have been carried out by Boko Haram militants.

Eyewitnesses said the attackers invaded Dile village in Askira Uba area of the state around 2 a.m in several vehicles. The reportedly burnt houses and killed anybody in sight.

A resident, Ibrahim Usman, who fled to Mubi said about 20 persons were killed and many were injured during the attack.

Photo: Comedian Bovi Pictured With Asari Dokubo