Sunday, 5 March 2017

Video: Man Wins Bet, Then Dies After Drinking an Entire Bottle of Tequila

A man at a Dominican nightclub recently collapsed and died after winning a bet for having drunk an entire bottle of tequila. The incident, which occurred at Vacca Lounge in La Romana, DR was captured on video and has since gone viral.
Kelvin Rafael Mejia was stoked to take on the challenge, as it promised a cash prize of $630. But what he wasn't prepared for was the possibility that the alcohol would send his body into shock and cause him to pass out.

White House asks Congress to investigate Obama

The White House today called on Congress to investigate former President Barack Obama and his alleged abuse of executive powers during the 2016 presidential election. 

NYSC Member Dies After Laptop Explosion

This is according to the Facebook user above. May his soul rest in peace … amen! See another photo below

Cobhams Asuquo - I'll Join Politics

He made this known in an interview with PUNCH, ''I will venture into politics later in life. I might also become a preacher. I will want to venture into politics because I feel like someone needs to step up and take position of leadership, someone with the heart for people and one who would do things differently.

Xenophobia attack: Why Buhari has not said anything – Abike Dabiri-Erewa

The Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Diaspora Affairs, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari did not comment on the recent xenophobia attack against Nigerians residing in South Africa, because he has mandated the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to deal with the issue.

Jerry Lee Lewis Sues Daughter for Elder Abuse and Stealing Millions


Jerry Lee Lewis is going after his own daughter ... claiming she abused him for years by giving him drug cocktails and isolating him in a moldy house.
The rock 'n' roll legend says in new legal docs ... his daughter, Phoebe, took advantage of him while she managed his career from 2000 to 2012, and schemed to spend his fortune with her husband, Ezekiel Loftin. He says she gave him a "heavy cocktail of psychotropic drugs" to keep him under her control.

Mikel, Ighalo Thrashed On First League Matches In China

Both John Obi Mikel and Odion Ighalo started their campaign in the Chinese Super League, CSL, on the losing side yesterday.
The Nigeria internationals lost with their new clubs on their first appearances in the Chinese topflight after joining from the English Premier League.

Former Haiti President, Rene Preval dies at 74

The first democratic President of Haiti, Rene Preval dies at 74, According to reports the former leader died on Friday, February 3. 20017 after falling unconscious at his home.
The cause of death for the two-time president was not made public. His sister, Marie-Claude Calvin, said an autopsy would determine the cause.

Preval was a central figure in Haitian politics from the early nineties through to his second presidency.

‘Why I Dropped Alexis Sanchez Against Liverpool’- Arsene Wenger Finally Reveals

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has defended his decision to drop Alexis Sanchez for their 3-1 loss at Liverpool on Saturday, saying he is “strong enough” to make such decisions.
The Chile international started from the bench, as Wenger went with Olivier Giroud and Danny Welbeck upfront.

Obasanjo library: SERAP seeks law on disclosure of donations to fund presidential libraries

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The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, SERAP, has urged the Acting President Professor Yemi Osinbajo to “urgently propose a bill that would specifically regulate and bring transparency to any future presidential library fundraising process, and make public disclosure of major donations towards the establishment of any such library mandatory.”
The organisation said that, “Osinbajo should work closely with the leadership of the National Assembly to ensure the speedy passage of any such bill into law.”

Shearer: It won't be easy for Man Utd to force out Rooney

There is no guarantee that Wayne Rooney will head for the exits at Manchester United this summer, according to former England international Alan Shearer.
Despite being the all-time leading goalscorer for club and country, and captain on both of those fronts, Rooney continues to see his future called into question.

Barack Obama denies tapping in on Donald Trump’s phone

Former President of the United States of America, Barack Obama has denied allegations that was put up against him of tapping into President Donald Trump’ phones.
The statement was made known by the spokeman of Obama, Kelvin Lewis, neither President Obama nor any White House official ever ordered surveillance on any U.S citizen.

Nigerian university to offer employment to 16 First Class graduates

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The Federal University Wukari in Taraba has promised to offer automatic employment to all the16 graduating students of the institution that came out with first class degrees.
The Vice Chancellor of the University, Abubakar Kundiri, who disclosed this during the maiden convocation of the institution on Saturday in Wukari, also said that those who were willing to pick up the appointment, would similarly be trained up to their third level degrees.

'Arsenal are too far away' - Cech concedes defeat in title race

Petr Cech admits that a costly defeat at Liverpool has left Arsenal “too far away” to force themselves into the Premier League title picture.
The Gunners headed to Anfield convinced that victory would keep their faint hopes alive, but a 3-1 reversal on Merseyside has them 13 points off the pace in fifth.

‘Obama Is A Bad, Sick Guy’- US President Donald Trump Blasts

US President Donald Trump got his English lexicon mixed up again yesterday as he exploded on Twitter against former President Barack Obama, accusing him of wire tapping his phones before the election.
Although he provided no evidence to back up the claim, one of his Tweets gave evidence of his weak English knowledge by not spelling correctly the simple word: tap. Trump spelled it as ‘tapp”. It was not the first time that the US leader would be so cavalier in his writing.

“I have been thrown out of shows countless times” – Humble Smith

Popular Nigerian singer, Humble Smith might have broken the bank with his ‘Osinachi’, a song that captured the hearts of many across the African continent and won many awards.

D’Banj shifts base to America, prepares to release another hit single

Dapo popularly known as DBanj is a super talented singer-songwriter, musician,entrepreneur and TV host, who is also classed among most prominent and richest musicians in Africa st to release new music.

‘Blame Me For Bournemouth Draw’- Man United Striker Ibrahimovic Says

Manchester United striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, has taken full responsibility for their 1-1 draw against Bournemouth on Saturday.
The Swede missed a late penalty and was also involved in an elbowing incident, which referee Kevin Friend failed to send him off for.

Xenophobia: Henry Okah, Others Reportedly Attacked In South Africa Prisons

The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta has called on the Nigerian parliamentary delegation to South Africa to extend its fact-finding mission to other Nigerians being kept in solitary confinement in various South Africa prisons.
MEND said secret xenophobic attacks take place in South Africa prisons.

Photos: Late Ooni Of Ife’s Son Surprises Fiancee With Brand New Car Hours Before Wedding

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Aderemi Sijuwade, one of the sons of late Ooni of Ife, Oba Okunade Sijuwade, surprised his fiancee, makeup artist Labisi Folawiyo with a luxury Mercedes Benz car as an early morning gift on their wedding day.

Obasanjo's Presidential Library opens with 42 million books

The Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library was officially opened on Saturday in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital....

Speaking at the occasion, the Chairperson of the Economic
Community of West-African states (ECOWAS), Ellen Johnson - Sirleaf, called on serving and former African presidents to establish presidential libraries as part of efforts to preserve
the rich history of Africans.

What I Said About Igbo Presidency - Obasanjo

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has clarified his remarks about Igbo Presidency. Obasanjo said he spoke out because he felt that the apparent marginalisation of the South East people was wrong.

He however insisted that he didn't say it must happen in 2019 or 2023.

“Again, I did not say that. You people say whatever you want to say,” Obasanjo told journalists.

“Look, Christian Association of Nigeria, Ogun State chapter, came to see me here. They asked me to brief them on the situation in Southern Kaduna.

America blasts DSS, Judiciary, EFCC, says Nigeria is home of crime

The United States has branded Nigeria a home of fraud as it also expressed concern over the capacity of Nigeria’s States Security Service, SSS, to investigate money laundering.

Premium Times reports that the U.S. government said this in an assessment which was contained in March 2017 edition of the International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (INCSR) authored by the US Department of State’s Bureau for International Narcotic and Law Enforcement Affairs.