Friday, 30 June 2017

Female undergraduate, Joy Odama died of carbon monoxide poisoning, not cocaine – Autopsy

undergraduate student

A 200- level undergraduate student of Mass Communications at the Cross River State University, Joy Odama,whose mother claimed she was killed by an Alhaji, died after inhaling carbon monoxide. This is according to the police autopsy report revealed on Thursday.

Grandma Sentenced To 25 Years In Jail For Drug Trafficking

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, yesterday, sentenced 64-year-old Odeyemi Omolola, who is charged before the court alongside a Lagos socialite, Mrs. Funmilola Ogbuaya, also known as Funmilola Ogundipe, popularly known in social circles as Ariket, to 25 years imprisonment, for attempting to export 1.595 kilogrammes of cocaine to Saudi Arabia.

Trial judge, Justice Hadizat Rabiu-Shagari sentenced the convict, who is also known as Ariyo Monsurat Olabisi, after she changed her plea in an amended five counts of the charge.

Boko Haram Storm Borno Village In Fresh Attack, Kills 6

At least six civilians were killed and scores seriously injured when Islamist terrorist believed to be Boko Haram members attacked a community in the southern part of Borno State on Wednesday, sources from the besieged community have said, according to Sahara Reporters.

The terrorists reportedly stormed the village of Boderi in Damboa local government area of Borno State Wednesday night, leaving six men and many others wounded.

Nigerian Files Lawsuit To Compel Senate To Ascertain Buhari’s Health Status

Toyin Dawodu, a Nigerian citizen, has filed a lawsuit to compel the Senate of Nigeria to constitute a medical panel to determine if President Muhammadu Buhari can discharge his constitutional duties.

In a statement dated June 28, he said he instructed his attorneys from Forthright Chambers and lawyers for Citizens Advocacy of Nigeria to file the action [FHC/ABJ/CS/508/2017] at the Federal High Court in Abuja a few weeks ago.

Court Sentences Retired VP To Life Imprisonment For Raping 12-Year Old Girl

An Ekiti State High Court, Ado Ekiti, has sentenced a retired vice principal at St. Mary’s Girls Grammar School, Ikole-Ekiti, Taiwo Ajayi, to life imprisonment for raping a 12-year-old pupil of the school.

The court found Ajayi guilty of raping a minor contrary to Section 31(2) of the Child Rights Law of Ekiti State, 2012.

Saraki: Ilorin court slams N4bn damage on Sahara Reporters

An Ilorin High Court, presided over by Justice Adeyinka Oyinloye, has ruled that the publisher of online newspaper, Sahara Reporters, Mr Omoyele Sowore, should pay a sum of N4 billion as damage to the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, over a series of libelous stories published last year by the medium.
According to the judgment passed on Wednesday, the ruling affected stories published by the online medium against Saraki between September and December 2015.

Police to prosecute Joy Odama’s suspected killer,despite autopsy report

Despite the autopsy report saying Joy Odama died of carbon monoxide poisoning, the police will still prosecute Alhaji Usman Adamu.

Her family alleged the 200 level student of Cross River State University of Science and Technology was  murdered by one Alhaji Usman on December 20, 2016 at his guesthouse in Karmo, a community it he Federal Capital Territory.

Ogun College Suspends Lecturer For Impregnating Student Nurse

A lecturer with the Ogun State College of Health Technology, Ilese Ijebu, Dr Seyi Adu, has been indefinitely suspended by the college for allegedly having sex with a nursing student of the school, Mosunmola.
We learnt that the suspension was posted on a notice board at the administration block of the college, where the academic community was asked not to have any dealings with him.

Our correspondent had reported that Adu and Mosunmola had sex in a hotel sometime in August 2016, which both parties did not deny.

Cristiano Ronaldo shares first photo of the twins he welcomed via a surrogate

Cristiano Ronaldo has finally shared a heartwarming photograph of his twins born via a surrogate mother. The 32-year-old footballer confirmed on Facebook yesterday that he was leaving the FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia to be with his new babies for the first time. He uploaded the picture via Instagram this evening and wrote: "So happy to be able to hold the two new loves of my life."

Pregnant woman drugged, hanged and stabbed to death before unborn baby is cut from her womb in horror attack

A 22-year-old woman, who was eight months pregnant, was lured to a home with a false promise of donations for her baby but on getting there, she had her baby cut from her womb after she was hanged and stabbed. Her body was then buried in the back garden by her 27-year-old assailant.

Notorious kidnapper, Evans, files another lawsuit against IGP, demands N300m in damages

Notorious kidnapper, Evans, has filed another lawsuit against the Inspector General of Police, Idris Ibrahim, challenging his continuous detention since his arrest on June 10th.The lawsuit was filed through his counsel at the Federal High Court, Lagos.

He is demanding N300 million in damages for his continuous detention without trial and being subjected to media trials.

Man, 52, arrested 'after pretending he had lost family members in the Grenfell Tower fire to gain money and housing'

A man has been arrested on suspicion of fraudulently attempting to gain money and housing by pretending he had lost family members in the Grenfell Tower fire. 

In the immediate aftermath of the devastating inferno, the 52-year-old was assigned family liaison officers after he claimed that he lost his wife and son in the fire. 

Thursday, 29 June 2017

19-year-old Woman Stabs 14-year-old Girl to Death in Bloody Revenge (Photos)

A 19-year-old woman allegedly stabbed a 14-year-old girl to death at a gas station in revenge for bullying and tormenting her younger sister for years, Dailymail reported. The woman identified as Tiffany James allegedly stabbed schoolgirl Madison Branch in the stomach in the Portland neighborhood, in Oregon. 

UK deports 28 Nigerians

The Government of the United Kingdom on Thursday deported 28 Nigerians for committing immigration-related offences in the country.
The Nigerians were sent back home barely 48 hours after 23 Nigerians were deported from Spain and five days after another batch of 34 were jointly deported by the governments of Switzerland, Germany, Iceland, Austria, Belgium and Hungary.

Newlywed Lady Caught Having cex With Ex-Boyfriend During Honeymoon With Husband

A new family has hit the rocks days after it started as a newlywed wife was caught pants down with her ex-boyfriend while on honeymoon with her husband.

According to a report by H-Metro, the new home has been divided by the singular
act of infidelity portrayed by the new wife.

Super-agent Mendes in court over Falcao ‘tax evasion’

Football super-agent Jorge Mendes arrived in court near Madrid Tuesday for questioning over a probe into striker Radamel Falcao’s alleged tax evasion, just one of his clients to fall foul of Spain’s judiciary.
As Spanish authorities tighten the net around footballers such as Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, another Mendes client suspected of fiscal fraud, their advisers and agents are coming under scrutiny too.

Motta’s agent issues PSG new contract deadline

Motta’s agent issues PSG new contract deadline

Paris Saint-Germain have until Friday to secure Thiago Motta’s future, according to the midfielder’s agent.
Motta, 34, has been in talks with PSG regarding a one-year contract extension for the past few months but nothing has yet materialised.

NABDA's Director General Arrested by EFCC Over Multi-million Naira Scam

A serving Director General of the National Biotechnology Development Agency, NABDA, has been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
The operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, have arrested a serving Director General of the National Biotechnology Development Agency, NABDA, Professor (Mrs) Lucy Jumeyi Ogbadu, for her alleged involvement in criminal conspiracy and diversion of public funds to the tune of N23,000,000.00 (Twenty Three Million Naira only).

LASU Lecturer’s Wife Delivers Baby For Bricklayer Lover (Photos)

The wife of a Lagos State University (LASU) lecturer, Mrs Kafayat Oyekunle, who revealed that she was pregnant for her bricklayer lover, Fatai Alimi has given birth to a baby girl for her lover.

P.M.EXPRESS reports that she was also living with Alimi as his wife in their one room apartment in Igando area of Lagos despite the comfort of the home of her estranged husband.

Police Nab Assassins Hired by Ex-girlfriend to Kill Popular Bauchi Blogger (Photos)

The alleged killers of a Bauchi Blogger who were reportedly hired by the victim's ex-girlfriend have been nabbed. This was made public in a statement by police in Bauch state.
The police statement reads: "It would be recalled that on the 12/3/2017 one Abdulhakeem Bauchin Bauchi was killed by unknown persons and his decomposing body was recovered three days after. However, on the 17/3/2017,Police detectives attached to Anti kidnapping unit of the Command arrested four suspects but the deceased vehicle was no where to be seen.

Pregnant Woman Kills Her Boyfriend by Mistake in Youtube Bullet Prank Gone Wrong

Monalisa Perez, a pregnant woman has been arrested after she allegedly shot her boyfriend dead in a YouTube stunt gone wrong.
According to Metro UK, the 19-year-old Perez told police that boyfriend Pedro Ruiz III wanted to make a YouTube video of herself shooting at a book being held against his chest.
He had shown her a book that he had previously shot with a gun to prove that the bullet would not travel all the way through.

Marriage Is Not For Everybody – Yomi Fabiyi Talks Marriage, Divorce And More

Controversial Nollywood actor Yomi Fabiyi who made several headlines when news hit that he was separating from his white wife shares his thoughts on marriage, divorce and the possibility of finding love again.

Several months back, the internet had their fill of Yomi’s marital crises when news made rounds that Yomi had made a decision to leave his white wife.

Widows Of Ogoni Leaders Killed By Abacha Sue Shell

The widows of four of nine men executed by Nigeria’s military regime in 1995 have filed a civil lawsuit seeking compensation and an apology from Royal Dutch Shell.

The widows are Esther Kiobel, Victoria Bera, Blessing Eawo and Charity Levula.

According to a writ filed in a court in The Hague, the widows are seeking compensation from the company for alleged complicity in a military crackdown, leading to the deaths of their husbands.

Sacked LG Chairman, Others Arraigned For Death Of Secretary Council

The sacked chairman of the Ukanafun Local Government Area, Akwa Ibom State, Abasiono Udomfu, has been arraigned in court for murder.

Mr. Udomfu, like other chairmen in other parts of the state, was handpicked by the state governor, Udom Emmanuel, to run the affairs of the local government council.

The governor dissolved the Ukanafun local government council few days after the police arrested and detained Mr. Udomfu for the alleged murder of the secretary of the local council, Ime Atakpa.

Adele reveals she may never tour again in heartfelt written note to fans

Superstar Adele has confirmed she may never tour again.The star penned a heartfelt note to her fans which was buried inside the show programme of her last tour stop in London.

It reads:

We’ll resist plans by Yoruba leaders to make Osinbajo President – Northern groups

A Coalition of Arewa Youths has alleged that some Yoruba leaders are plotting to make acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo President of the country in the absence of President Muhammadu Buhari who is currently receiving treatment at a London hospital.
The group, however, insisted that the North will complete its eight years tenure and resist any attempt to abort it.

Florida Woman Accused Of Getting Pregnant By An 11-Year-Old Boy
A woman in Florida faces multiple charges after having sex with and becoming impregnated by a young boy.
Detectives said Marissa Ashley Mowry started the sexual relationship in January 2014 when she was 22 and the boy was only 11 years old, WTSP reports.

Man beats wife to death over food in Osun

There was pandemonium in Oke-Odo area of Wooru Estate in Egbedore Local Government Area of Osun State when an undisclosed middle aged man allegedly beat his wife to death.
An eyewitness, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the man pounced on the wife and beat the hell out of her until she dropped dead for failing to give him food on time when he returned home from work.

Photos: Sahara Reporters ‘Exposes’ Zamfara Governor’s $1m Mansion In US

As reported by Sahara Reporters;

Two years after taking office, SaharaReporters can exclusively reveal, Zamfara State governor, Mr. Abudal’aziz Abubakar Yari, bought a property in the United States for a princely sum of $950,000. The 2.1-acre property is located at 14800 Bowie Farm Court, Bowie Maryland (Zip code: MD 20721) has six full and two half bathrooms with a jacuzzi in the master bedroom.

Deed documents obtained by SaharaReporters from the Circuit Court of Prince George’s County, Maryland, USA, denote Mr. Yari as the sole owner of the property, which was purchased from a limited liability company, K Hovanian Hamptons, located at Creek 11, Delaware. The company used to be known as Real Property Holding, with an address at Prince George’s County, before changing its name on 25 January 2011.

Boy whose uncle drove nail into his head discharged against medical advice

Eight-year-old Friday Paul, whose paternal uncle tortured and allegedly drove three-inch nail into his skull, has been discharged from hospital against medical advice.

This came after a representative of Lagos Child Protection Network, visited Sagamu Road Police Division, Ikorodu, where the suspect, Mr. Ifeanyi Paul, was being detained.
The Divisional Police Officer, DPO, was said to have dismissed the matter, claiming it was mere fiction and that the suspect had no case to answer.

President Buhari On Life Support- Fayose

The Ekiti State governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, has claimed that President Muhammadu Buhari has been on life support since June 6 at a hospital in West End, London. The governor made the claim in a personally signed statement issued on Wednesday.                        

According to Mr. Fayose, the President needs prayers to surmount his health challenges and called on him to resign from office to attend to his health. He also called on the Presidency to be honest about President Buhari's health status, saying it has been handled with a lot of opacity.  

Alleged Female Cultist Arrested In Agege For Bathing Neighbour With Faeces

A 28-year-old jobless woman, Temitope Abiodun, who allegedly bathed her neighbour with faeces, was on Wednesday in Lagos released on a bail of N100,000.

The accused, a resident of Agege, a Lagos suburb, is standing trial on charges of assault, breach of peace, and resisting police arrest.

She, however, entered a ‘not-guilty’ plea.

Gov Ganduje Also Speaks Out For Igbos, Says They Won’t Leave Kano

I kinda like this speaking out thing! Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has said the Igbo living in the state will not leave Kano which they have called home for decades over the quit notice given by a group of northern youths.

He said this in an interview with reporters at the national secretariat of the All Progressives Congress in Abuja, yesterday,

2 notorious pickpockets arrested in Lagos! All thanks to secondary school pupils

Taoreed Ashimiyu, 24 and Kayode Jolade, 34 were two successful pickpocket partners shuttling between Maryland and Mile 12 Markets in buses.
Their targets were commuters’ mobile phones and purses.
They stood at bus stops monitoring commuters with fat and bulging pockets and they stealthily remove these valuables while commuters rush to board buses.

Emir Sanusi urges govt to increase investment in ICT

Emir Sanusi urges govt to increase investment in ICT

Former governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II, has urged Federal Government to inject more funds into Information Communication Technology (ICT) manpower, infrastructural and software development in order to promote greater broadband penetration in the rural communities across the country.
Sanusi emphasised that if government was desirous of diversifying the economy, it should lay emphasis on the ICT sector, since it was positively transforming developed economies and their youths.

"I don't give a f*k what y'all think about me" Young Nigerian lady who 'proposed' to girlfriend blast haters

Whether the proposal was serious or just another attention seeking prank, Alessandra Obateru is certainly trending on Nigerian social media after pictures of her engagement to girlfriend, got out.

Terror suspect who preached to bomber who blew up Bataclan in Paris is arrested in Birmingham

A British-based imam accused of recruiting Jihadists to fight for ISIS should be extradited to Spain to face terror charges, a court has heard.

Tarik Chadlioui, 43, allegedly tried to recruit and radicalise fighters for ISIS as part of a terror cell from his home in the Sparkhill area of Birmingham.

ASUU denies issuing statement on hike in varsities’ fees

The Chairman, Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), University of Ibadan Chapter, Dr. Deji Omole, has called for investigation into an alleged false and damaging report on hike in universities’ fees.

Omole, while expressing dismay over the report attributed to him, denied issuing any statement to any media house on increment of fees in 38 universities.

Evans sues Police, says charge me or free me, dad files 27-point affidavit in support

Kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike a.k.a. Evans, has dragged the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris and three others before the Federal High Court in Lagos over alleged illegal detention.

Joined as respondents in the suit are the Nigeria Police Force, Commissioner of Police, Lagos State and the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, Lagos State Police Command.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Sale prices for second-hand private jets fall by 35%

Billionaires and larger corporates have had tens of millions of dollars wiped off the value of their business jets, as massive oversupply in the run-up to the 2008-2009 credit crisis in Europe has left the industry awash with pre-owned aircraft.
Prices for second-hand private jets, many of which have barely been flown, have dropped as much as 35 per cent over three years to the end of April. The average price of a pre-owned business jet has fallen from $13.7m in April 2014 to $8.9m, according to research by Colibri Aircraft, which specialises in the marketing, resale and purchase of pre-owned private aircraft.

Anambra doctors to screen guber aspirants

The Nigerian Medical Association, Anambra State chapter, on Tuesday said it would participate actively in the process that would produce the next governor of the state on November 18.

It said the time when the elite stood aloof and allowed the barely educated to foist leaders on the people of the state had passed.

I Didn’t Issue A Statement On Lagos APC Primaries – Igbokwe

The Lagos State Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Joe Igbokwe has urged the media and the general public to disregard the statement purportedly issued by him concerning the Lagos APC primaries as the statement was a forgery and the figment of the imaginations of cowardly interests that want to sow mischief and crisis in the party.
He said he never issued such statement and never got involved in any measure to undermine the integrity of the state party primaries as the statement alleged.

Gulf states considering new Qatar sanctions – UAE envoy

A Saudi-led bloc is considering fresh sanctions against Qatar that may include asking trading partners to choose between them or Doha, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) ambassador to Russia said.
In an interview with The Guardian newspaper, envoy Omar Ghobash said the expulsion of Qatar from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) was “not the only sanction available” for the UAE and its allies.

Kenyan lawyer sues Israel over Jesus' crucifixion

After having his initial lawsuit in 2013 thrown out, a Kenyan lawyer, Dola Indidishas taken the Israeli government to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), over the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

According to Kenya Daily, Indidis intends to use the Bible as evidence in his pursuit of justice over the death of Jesus Christ who was killed by the Jews over 2000 years ago and is confident of winning the case.

Nigerian lesbian proposes to her girlfriend

Another Nigerian lesbian couple have decided to take their relationship to another height, as they’re now reportedly engaged to each other.

Man disgraced publicly over failure to pay ‘prostitute’ after service (Photos)


Making rounds online right now is a Nigerian Man who was disgraced publicly by a commercial sex worker!
The lady wearing a red top in the picture below, allegedly said to be a prostitute, was reportedly harassing the man  for allegedly sleeping with her and refusing to honour their financial agreement.

Woman dies, seven others injured as vehicle veers into thick forest in Plateau

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A vehicle carrying members of one family on Wednesday veered into a thick forest in Hawan Kibo, along the Jos-Abuja road, killing a woman and leaving seven others with serious injuries.

Photos: Man Caught Trying To Steal A Piano Stripped, Flogged Openly

A man caught while trying to steal a piano in Agudama, Bayelsa was stripped and paraded before giving public flogging. Do you support the openly flogging? More photos....

Mum Dies After Boyfriend Doused Her In Petrol

A mum-of-two has died two years after her 'evil' ex-boyfriend doused her in petrol and set her alight.

Judy Malinowski survived fifth-degree burns to more than 80 per cent of her body after then-lover Michael Slager carried out the horrific attack in 2015.