Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Gunmen Assassinate Popular Benin Pastor "Prophet Speed" In Edo

Unknown gunmen assassinated the founder and head pastor of Love Fire Ministry, a Pentecostal church located at 3, Ugiagbe street, off Country Home Motel Road, in Benin, Edo State.

Pastor Godwin Emmanuel popularly known as Prophet Speed, was shot dead on Sunday night along Oko Central road, off Airport road, Benin, Edo state.

Photos: Man caught on camera having sex with a motorcycle

CCTV near a university in Chonburi, Thailand caught a man making a slit in a motorcycle seat then getting out his manhood to have sex with the vehicle. 

The five minute clip first shows him touring the bike park of the student quarters. He caresses several bikes then finds one he fancies. 

Rostov ground shut after Mourinho pitch complaint

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Russia’s Premier League has closed Rostov’s stadium because of the poor condition of the pitch, a week after Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho slammed the surface as unplayable.

The league said Wednesday that it was banning matches at the Olimp-2 arena — as well as the Central Stadium in Kazan — until the pitches meet its standards.
Rostov’s pitch was described as “a field” by Jose Mourinho.

Obsessed colleague stabbed woman 20 times when she didn't want to be his girlfriend

How on earth do you claim to be in love with someone then have the heart to harm them just because they do not share your feelings? This is indeed sick. Here's the story of a man, Brian Deakins, 46, who was so obsessed with his friendly female colleague, Deborah Evans, to the extent that he had to resort to violence.

Photos: Kogi state govt destroys house owned by kidnapping ring leader

The Kogi state government today ordered the destruction of a one-storey building owned by one Alhaji Tijanni Bakare, a self confessed kidnapping syndicate ringleader. B

akare who was recently apprehended by the police, confessed to being the ring leader of a gang that has terrorised residents of Kogi state and travelers along the state roads. 

Judge orders removal of bullet logged in defendant’s leg

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Justice Halilu Yusuf of the FCT High Court, Jabi has ordered the Nigerian Prisons to plan for surgery to extract the bullet lodged in the leg of a defendant for trial.
The judge gave the order on Wednesday before adjourning  the case of the alleged robbery preferred against 10 men to  March 27.

He said that this should be done before the defendants were brought to court on the next adjourned date.

Chelsea set for £100 million raid on Everton this summer

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Chelsea have been heavily linked with a move for Romelu Lukaku in recent days, and now it seems they have their eyes on another Everton player as well.
Antonio Conte is a fan of Ross Barkley, and is considering bringing him and Lukaku to the Bridge, in a £100 million spending spree this summer.

Woman Cuts Her Husband’s Cousin With A Blade Over N20 In Lagos

A trader identified only as Iya Keji, has been declared wanted, for allegedly cutting her husband’s 12-year-old cousin, Bose, with a blade, in different parts of her body, on Tuesday, on Tayo Kehinde Street, Egbeda, Lagos State.

The mother of one, who is a trader, later escaped. She has been declared wanted by policemen from the Shasha division. However, her mother, aunt and daughter were detained by the police pending the arrest of the trader.

How I was gang raped by three women in South Africa

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A Hluhluwe man has said he will not be able to forgive the three women who raped him. A video of the incident appeared on social media and has since gone viral. The man, whose name is known to the Daily News, said he was at home when a woman whom he knows called him over, saying she needed help with an electrical problem at her home.

“I went into her house and when I got there, I saw another girl in the room. I did not pay any attention to her. Then another girl who was hiding behind the door closed it, that’s when I realised that something was wrong.”

Ile-Ife Crisis: 20 Suspects Arrested by Security Operatives

Twenty people have been arrested in connection with last week’s violence in Ile-Ife, Osun State according to The Nation.

Governor Rauf Aregbesola said this yesterday when the senator representing Kano Central, Rabiu Kwankwaso visited him in Osogbo, the state capital

The duo cautioned the media against reports that could jeopardise the peace of the country. Aregbesola said the suspects will be punished.

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No evidence Obama had Trump Tower wiretapped

President Trump claimed March 4 on Twitter that Obama had 'tapped' his phones, but the White House later said he was referring generally to surveillance of a kind it hasn't identified

The leading Republican and Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said Wednesday that they have seen no evidence to support President Donald Trump's March 4 claim that the Obama administration had tapped his phones at Trump Tower during the 2016 campaign.

Businessman’s bodyguard shoots sporadically, injures 14 in Anambra

About 14 persons have sustained gunshot wounds following sporadic shooting by a bodyguard working for a businessman, Chief Vincent Udeobi on Wednesday during ‘Ede Opoto’ festival at Ifitedunu community in Dunukofia council area of Anambra State.
According to eyewitnesses, the guard whose name was simply given as Mungo Park, released some shots in the air, to scare away the crowd following his master who was said to be spraying money.

Court Remands 7 Boko Haram Leaders In Kuje Prison

The Federal High Court in Abuja has ordered that seven suspected Boko Haram leaders, who were allegedly involved in the kidnaping and murdering of 11 foreign nationals between 2011 and 2013 in the North be remanded at Kuje Prison pending their trial in the criminal charges brought against them by the Federal Government.
The Federal Government filed an 11-count charge against the seven suspected leaders of the Boko Haram sect, to which they all pleaded not guilty when read out to them in the court.

How Ibrahim Magu failed integrity test

The Senate received a letter from the Department of State Security, DSS, yesterday night stating that acting chairman of EFCC, Ibrahim Magu who was rejected by senators today, failed the integrity test carried out on him by the agency. In the report, the agency said it carried out investigations on all the nominees for the board of the EFCC.

Video: Dumb Girl Risk Her Life as She Twerks on a Moving Car

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Why I flog my wife regularly - Man reveals his reasons to court

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An Omu-Aran Area Court in Kwara on Wednesday dissolved a 15-year-old marriage of a carpenter, Akeem Abiodun, over battering of his wife.

The judge, Mr Adebola Banigbe, said that the court had to dissolve the marriage since Akeem and his wife, Omolara, consented to the dissolution.

Apostle Suleman being persecuted by APC – Fayose

Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has described the adultery allegation against Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Power Ministry by one Miss Stephanie Otobo as “high-level conspiracy meant to destroy the integrity of the pastor and silence his critical and principled voice of truth and dissent in a nation fast becoming a one-party state.” 

Senate Issues Warrant Of Arrest On Hameed Ali

The Senate has agreed to issue a warrant of arrest to compel the Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), retired Col. Hammed Ali, to appear before it on Thursday,

The senate unanimously passed the motion at their plenary on Wednesday.

The decision of the Senate came at the time that the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) suspended the implementation of its policy for duty payments on old vehicles.

Photos: Airline passenger suffers horrific injuries after headphones explode mid-flight and catch fire

A passenger on an international flight, pictured, said her headphones caught on fire midflight.

Australian authorities will investigate why a pair of battery-powered headphones caught fire two hours into a flight between Beijing and Melbourne, blackening and blistering a female passenger's face and hands.
The woman was sleeping and listening to music about two hours into the trip when she heard an explosion.

Donald Trump Tweets at Snoop Dogg Over Video, Says His Career is Failing

Donald Trump Tweets at Snoop Dogg Over Video, Says His Career is Failing

Snoop Dogg evidently got under the President's skin after he released a music video for the song "Lavender," by jazz/hip hop quartet BadBadNotGood, the highlight of which was Snoop firing a joke gun at a clownishly face painted version of Donald Trump.

President Trump's New Travel Ban Against Muslim Countries Under Serious Challenge

President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban will be scrutinized in federal courtrooms across the country on Wednesday, when it is to take effect. In Maryland, a U.S. judge will hear arguments from the American Civil Liberties Union and others who want to stop the new directive.

According to Associated Press (AP) more than a half-dozen states are trying to derail the executive order affecting travelers from six Muslim-majority nations. Hawaii’s lawsuit is heading to federal court in Honolulu, while Washington state, which successfully sued to block the original ban, wants its own hearing before a federal judge in Seattle.

Photos: 3-Year-Old Girl Falls Into Pan Of Boiling Oil In Maiduguri, Suffers Burns

3-year-old Hauwa Abubakar Ali is in serious pain from severe burns sustained after she fell into a local kossai seller's hot oil pan. She was immediately rushed to the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital. According to Advocacy for Human Value Foundation, that shared the photos on March 11th, doctors have requested for N120,000 to help Hauwa undergo plastic surgery. More pics after the cut...

Graphic Photo: Woman Stabs Own 8-month-old Baby In Ebonyi

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It was a gory sight at the Accident and Emergency Unit of the Federal Teaching Hospital (FETHA), Abakaliki, in Ebonyi State, as an 8-month-old baby boy was stabbed by his reportedly mentally-sick mother and brought into the ward for surgery with the knife still stuck in the boy’s abdomen.

Though Daily Sun could not get full details of the incident as the suspect, who was said to be a wife of a serving police Sergeant, was said to have been taken to hospital for treatment, it was gathered that the incident happened at the police barracks, Abakaliki.

Ibrahim Magu rejected by the Senate again

Ibrahim Magu has been rejected by the Senate for confirmation as the  Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) .
The Senator representing Kogi west Dino Melaye, had cited a fresh security report from the Department of State Services (DSS).

Football Player Convicted of Murdering Girlfriend Signs New Contract

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Earlier this week, Brazilian soccer player Bruno Fernandes de Souza, signed a two-year contract with the club Boa Esporte less than a month after he was convicted of ordering the torture and murder of his ex-girlfriend.
The soccer star conspired with friends to have Samudio killed after she became pregnant with his child and sought financial assistance. Samudio was subsequently kidnapped and tortured in a shed for hours until being strangled to death. Upon Bruno's orders, her body was fed to his dogs.

Photos: Patoranking's label boss severely batters wife, threatens she'll drown in her blood

This is a couple that met on Instagram and Ajoke was so happy when they were about to tie the knot that he held her hand and supported her despite her parents' refusal when she got pregnant with their son, Kendrick while in school.

Ajoke shared pics on IG last night and said her husband striped to his underwear in front of her & his friends and battered her for hours. His friends, she said weren't able to subdue him as he was allegedly determined to kill her.

Chelsea Eager To Resign Lukaku After Striker Turns Down New Everton Deal

Chelsea are confident they can land Romelu Lukaku this summer, after the striker refused to sign a contract extension with Everton.
The 23-year-old was expected to sign the lucrative new five-year deal worth £140,000-a-week, especially after his agent Mino Raiola said he was “99.9999 per cent” sure he’d sign last December.

Governor Obiano personally threatened to kill me – Anambra PDP Chairman

Anambra State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Prince Ken Emeakayi, on Tuesday alleged that Governor Willie Obiano, personally threatened to take his life.
Emeakayi said Obiano was furious that he called for his impeachment over constitutional breaches.

‘We Hope To Avoid Leicester City’- Juventus Keeper Buffon Says

Juventus do not want to play Leicester in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, says the Italian team’s keeper and captain Gianluigi Buffon.
The Italian champions beat Porto to reach the last eight, while the Foxes also progressed by overcoming Sevilla.

Father to be charged for forgiving man who raped his three-year-old daughter

A father in Niger State forgave a 62-year-old man who raped his three years old daughter after the rapist promised to treat the girl.

The culprit, Mohammed Sani, a resident of Cool-Cat area in Maitumbi of Bosso Local Government Area, was, however, arrested after the girl’s brother-in-law insisted the matter be reported at the state’s police command.

Facebook now prohibits companies and organizations from using its services for surveillance

A new update to its policies on both Facebook and Instagram prohibits developers from using "data obtained from users to provide tools that are used for surveillance". The latest policy change comes on the heels of investigations from the ACLU, which found social media monitoring companies sold their services to law enforcement, who targeted individuals through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

President Akufo-Addo to die in six months – Ghanaian Prophet Tawiah reveals

Prophet Kwabena Tawiah, the founder and Leader of the Church of Rabbi in Ghana has said President Akufo-Addo might die in six months if nothing is done to reverse the curse. The self-proclaimed man of God indicated that some members of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) and members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) have visited shrines to eliminate the president who has only spent two months in office.

Video: Mother filmed abandoning toddler at supermarket and telling staff 'leave her'

A mother has been arrested after it was alleged that she intentionally left her daughter at a supermarket.
Chiengkham Vilaysane, also known as Cindy, is believed to have told another shopper ‘leave her’ when they tried to hand the two-year-old back to her.
She was spotted leaving the girl at Food-4-Less in Riverdale, California, on Sunday evening.

Juventus make statement of intent amid Allegri to Arsenal speculation

Juventus make statement of intent amid Allegri to Arsenal speculation

Juventus director Beppe Marotta has issued a hands-off warning to Arsenal as speculation mounts that Massimiliano Allegri is set to replace Arsene Wenger this summer.
The long-serving Frenchman has come under unprecedented pressure in recent weeks, following a disastrous run of form which has seen Arsenal crash out of the Champions League and fall a distant 16 points behind title favourites Chelsea.

Burundi loses 700 people in 3months as malaria 'epidemic' hits the country

At least 700 people have died from malaria in Burundi so far this year, with 1.8 million infections registered in the rising epidemic, the health minister said.
Burundi faces a malaria epidemic,' Josiane Nijimbere said Monday, commenting on a World Health Organization (WHO) report.

Judge tells student who shouted racist slurs during rampage 'I'm not sending a lady to prison for this'

White student spared jail for racist and violent attack after being denied entry

A student who went on a drunk rampage, shouting racist abuse and attacking staff, has been spared jail.
A judge told Karolina Szumko, who continued to be racist even after her arrest, ‘I’m not sending a lady to prison for something like this.’

Photo: White Man Beaten In Lagos For Trying To Hook Up With Facebook Friend For Gay Sex

A Whiteman, simply identified as Mr Zcent, has escaped death after he visited his prospective gay friend he met on facebook to advance his sexual lust in Lagos.
He was brutally attacked, battered and dumped at the Catholic Church land at Ori-Oke in Ejigbo area of Lagos by the attackers.

Bukola Saraki renovated the only bungalow where Rashidi Yekini's mother lives - Dino Melaye

During the plenary session at the senate Tuesday, Senator Dino Melye spoke passionately about the nonchalant approach to Sports and Athletes in the country saying it needs serious review.

Actress Daniella Okeke Breaks Silence On Apostle Suleiman’s scandal

Nollywood Actress, Daniella Okeke has finally broken her silence after she was rubbed into the Apostle Suleiman Sex Scandal.

Recall, Stephanie Otobo during her media conference claimed that Daniella is an ex-girlfriend of Apostle Suleiman and they once had party with an unknown lady (see here)… and then Sahara Reporters revealed that Daniella’s Car and Mansion was bought by the Apostle.

How maid, 3 others abducted, sold boss’ 3-year-old daughter

Twenty-eight year old Augustine Gladys, an apprentice, has narrated before a bewildered crowd how she connived with one Samuel (currently at large) and two other women to abduct and sell her boss’ three-year-old daughter at Alagbado area of Lagos
Gladys, who made her confessional statements at the Lagos State Police Command following her arrest by men of the Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS), said that deceit on the part of her sponsor and her desperation to get money to rent a shop made her commit the crime.

Photo: Woman seeks justice after alleged soldiers’ brutality

Sympathisers have taken to the social media to seek justice on behalf of a woman after she was allegedly beaten mercilessly by soldiers for protesting after her brother was slapped by a soldier.
The photo of the woman, showing her sore back has been shared more than 7,000 times on Facebook with the hope that it will be seen by the Chief of Army Staff,  Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai.

Customs Comptroller General Makes A U-Turn, To Honour Senate Summons

The Comptroller General of Nigeria Customs Service, Col. Hameed Ali (retd.), has dropped his earlier plan not to honour the summons of the Senate.

A reliable source close to the leadership of the Senate told one of our correspondents on Tuesday that Ali was advised to honour the Senate invitation in order to avert a clash between the Legislature and the Executive.

Ali had told the Senate, in a letter, that he would not appear before the lawmakers on Wednesday (today) as his summons to the chamber coincided with the routine management meeting of the NCS.

Man Who Set Girlfriend Ablaze Sentenced To Death By Hanging

A High Court sitting in Port Harcourt has sentenced one Azubuike Ogonor from Ahoada Local Government Area of the State to death by hanging for killing his girl friend, Miss Blessing Iyumame.

Woman killed herself after neighbours broke in and tortured her

Facebook collect of Leah Ratheram. A young woman beaten up and tortured during an horrific attack in her own home later killed herself, an inquest heard. See NTI story NTIHANG; Leah Ratheram, 20, was found hanged in woodland alongside a canal Stratford on October 7 last year. She had been attacked after neighbour Lucy Regan and her boyfriend Omaij Christie forced their way into her flat at Parker House in Britford Close, Kings Heath on February 2.

A young woman took her own life after neighbours broke in and tortured her, beating her with a dog lead and pouring vinegar on her wounds.
Leah Ratheram, aged 20, suffered from Autism, Aspergers Syndrome and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome before the attack and became even more vulnerable after the break-in.

Arsene Wenger gives go-ahead for Arsenal to sign £8.7m La Liga star

Arsene Wenger gives go-ahead for Arsenal to sign £8.7m La Liga star

Arsene Wenger has given the go-ahead for Arsenal to sign Eibar centre-back Florian Lejeune, according to reports in Spain.
Marca claim that Arsenal scouts have been monitoring the 25-year-old’s progress in La Liga and have been impressed with his performances.

Internet Star Auntie Fee Dead at 59 After Heart Attack

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Auntie Fee, who shot to fame online with her feisty cooking videos, has died after having a heart attack.
According to TMZ, Auntie Fee, real name Felicia O'Dell, was feeling sick over the weekend, and she was admitted to the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in L.A. after having chest pains. She suffered a heart attack at the hospital and died around 4:30pm PT.

Nigeria’s Youngest Governorship Candidate Celebrates His Birthday In Style

Alhaji Umar Nasko, who was the youngest candidate in the 2015 governorship election in Nigeria -celebrated his 42nd birthday in style with family and friends. Mr. Nasko contested for the governorship post in Niger state under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Part PDP in the last general elections. See more photos below:

Tension as Abia Community is Abandoned After Heavy Clash With Fulani Herdsmen

Economic and social activities have come to a halt in Umuobasiukwu Ozuitem community in Bende Local Government of Abia State as residents have abandoned their homes for fear of arrest by police who swooped on the community following a clash with Fulani herdsmen.

Indigenes of Umuobasiukwu who spoke with journalists in Umuahia said that the one-sided arrests by the Abia State Police Command would embolden the herdsmen to launch another attack on the community which is now more vulnerable.