Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Fake Medical Doctor Who Sucks/Drinks Patients’ Sperm Arrested

The Niger State Police command yesterday arrested a fake Medical Doctor, Umaru Usman, who allegedly indulged in sucking sperm of patients in Minna.
The 50-year-old Usman, was apprehended at the Out Patient Department of the Minna General Hospital after parading himself as a medical doctor for over two years without being detected.

Mark Zuckerberg Snubs White House' Invitation To Meet with President Trump and Other Big CEOs

President Trump is asking the CEOs of the world’s largest tech companies for help in modernizing the American government system. Huge names like Many executives, like Apple, Google, and Amazon, are on board while Facebook did not even show up.

Leaders in the tech space arrived at the White House, Monday, marking the beginning of a week-long talks about the state of the American government infrastructure
and how tech policies such as cyber security, talent recruitment, and government affected them.

Teen dad beat 16 month old daughter to coma after mum refused to abort her

A Brooklyn teen accused of beating his 16-month-old daughter within an inch of her life never wanted her born at all.

As Nylah battled to survive Tuesday, her dad’s online rants from around the time of her birth surfaced with Shaquan Taylor slamming his daughter’s mom,Tammy Lewis over her decision to have their child.

Woman Catches Lover Raping 15-Months Old Daughter

A suspect, identified as Oku Ekanem, has been apprehended in Bayelsa State for alleged defilement of 15-month-old baby.

The incident, which caused outrage among residents of Yenagoa, the state capital, occurred in Swali area of the metropolis.

The 50-year-old Ekanem, said to be an indigene of ‎Akwa Ibom State, was arrested by men of the state’s security outfit, codenamed Operation Doo Akpo.

Sex Workers Take Over Secretariat As Their Business Boom

It appears that the economic situation in the country has really affected the women of easy virtues as most can no longer afford to pay for their rooms in brothels and are now forced to do their runs outside.

Many of them have now found solace at the Ejigbo Local Council Development secretariat along Ikotun/ Isolo road in Ejigbo.

Notorious Edo Human Trafficker Finally Nabbed By Police

The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, said it has arrested a 45-year-old woman, Rhoda Omorogie, alias Mama Bobo, for her alleged involvement in the trafficking of young girls from Benin to Europe.

The NAPTIP Head of Press and Public Relations, Josiah Emerole, said in a statement on Wednesday in Abuja that the operatives of the agency in Benin Zonal Command arrested the suspect in an early morning operation on Tuesday.

Pope Francis Donates $550,000 to South Sudan

The Vatican has announced that it is donating about $515,000 towards aid projects in South Sudan, AFP news agency reports.
The move comes after Pope Francis dropped plans to visit South Sudan because of security fears in a country hit by myriad conflicts since it gained independence from Sudan in 2011.

Imam sentenced for marrying 14 year old girl to husband 20 years older

A former Imam who married a teenage girl to a man more than twice her age has been spared jail despite being found guilty.

The once revered cleric Ibrahim Omerdic was suspended from his position at Bosnian Islamic Society and Noble Park Mosque in Melbourne, Australia following his arrest.

How Fake Prophet Duped Disabled Man of His Car and Money

A dubious prophet has found himself in serious trouble after he was arrested on Monday for duping a a disabled man of his car and cash.

According to H-metro, Elias Goma of Unit L Chitungwiza is accused of duping Givemore Chimhanda of his vehicle and US$300 claiming that he was Madzibaba Stephen Mugariri with spiritual powers to stop evil spirits from affecting his family.

Prodigy was wheeled out of concert before his death

Late rapper, Prodigy fell ill on Saturday night, because during the after-party he was in such bad shape he was wheeled out on a stretcher and taken to the hospital where he later died.

He was supposed to perform, but at around 1:30am Sunday he told people he was feeling bad and those around him were so concerned they put him on the gurney.

Uber’s CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick steps down

Travis Kalanick.

Uber’s troubled CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick has resigned after a shareholder revolt, the company said in a statement.
Wednesday’s announcement came after a shareholder revolt as the company launched a new campaign to change its image amid a number of sexual harassment claims in the workplace, among other concerns.

Video: Racist Woman yelling and demanding to see a white doctor born in Canada.

Video of a Canadian woman setting off on a racist tirade upon learning that none of the doctors on duty at a Mississauga clinic were White, has gone viral.
Throughout the 4:16 video other patients and their families are heard chatting in discomfort over the woman's rant, before a woman of color walks over from the waiting room to confront her. The entire establishment seems to air out their frustration with the disgruntled woman at that point, prompting her to accuse them of targeting her because she is white.

Police discover 3 headless bodies in the home of 80-yr-old

Police in Osun State have arrested an 80-year-old man, Lamidi Abioye, after decomposing headless bodies were found in three shallow graves in his compound in Gbongan town, Ayedaade area of the state.

The discovery was reportedly made on Monday, at about 5:00p.m., after a resident of Idi-Ifa area of Gbongan town reported at Gbongan police station that an offensive odour was perceived from the suspect’s compound.

Tonto Dikeh’s Alleged Response To Oladunni Churchill’s Tell-All Interview

Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh accused her estranged husband, Oladunni Churchill of domestic violence which he once denied in an interview.

In another tell-all interview, Churchill called out Azuka of Media Room Hub who he says refused to publish the evidence he gave to her because she has mutual friends with Tonto Dikeh and also went to say he’s done fighting to save the relationship.

Atiku Abubakar Returns To Farming As Twitter User Goes Crazy

The Waziri of Adamawa and former vice president of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar took to his twitter page and post a picture of himself on a farmland planting.

Twitter user are raving and ranting about the post he published online about hime going back to feed the nation.

Gov. Ayade is After My Life - Senator Ita Giwa Alleges, Threatens to Relocate Her Businesses from Cross River

A former Senator for the Cross River South constituency of Cross River State, Florence Ita Giwa, has alleged that the state Governor is after her life as she threatens to relocate all her businesses from the region to Lagos.

While speaking at a media briefing in Lagos on Monday, former Nigerian senator, Florence Ita-Giwa, reevaled that her life is endangered following her recent ‘exposure’ of the diversion of relief materials meant for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Dayspring Island in Bakassi, Cross River  state.

Brazilian police accuse Temer of receiving bribes

Brazilian police accuse Temer of receiving bribes

Brazil’s federal police Tuesday said there was solid evidence embattled President Michel Temer received bribes, a legal development that could see him suspended from office.
In a report the Federal Supreme Court said Temer — who was away in Russia Tuesday — benefited from bribe funds, even if he did so using someone else to collect or deposit the bribes.

Pogba: FIFA opens disciplinary proceedings against Juve, clears Man United

FIFA have cleared Manchester United but opened disciplinary proceedings against Juventus over Paul Pogba’s world record transfer, football’s governing body announced on Wednesday.
The France midfielder returned to United in a deal worth more than $111 million, 105.2 million euros) in August 2016 from the Italian giants.

In May FIFA began an inquiry into the move, requesting information about the headline transfer from United.

José Mourinho denies withholding tax at Real Madrid

Manchester United manager José Mourinho has denied allegations that he failed to fully pay his taxes during his time in Spain.
Mourinho says he has not received any notification from Spanish prosecutors despite being accused of tax fraud.
He is alleged to have defrauded the Spanish tax authorities in 2011 and 2012, for a total of around €3.3m (£2.91m).

Super Eagles’ Gernot Rohr is a special coach – Alex Iwobi

Super Eagles’ Gernot Rohr is a special coach – Alex Iwobi

Arsenal Nigerian forward Alex Iwobi has given his thoughts as to why coach of the Nigeria senior national team Gernot Rohr is different from other coaches he has worked with.
Iwobi made his international debut for Nigeria during the reign of Samson Siasia as coach, and the 20 year old has since gone on to cement himself as a regular in the team since Rohr was appointed as coach.

My wife lied to me she’s from Ondo State – divorce seeking man

A 72-year-old retired soldier, Samuel Adebamigbe, on Wednesday pleaded with an Agege Customary Court in Lagos to dissolve his 30-year marriage over his wife’s adulterous life.

Samuel, who resides at No. 88, Ajayi Road, Modupe Bus Stop, Oke-Ira, Ogba, told the court that his wife, Iyabo, was having extra-marital affairs with several men.

He also said his wife was not submissive and could no longer live with her.

Former Heartland coach, Kelechi Emeteole, is dead

Former Heartland coach, Kelechi Emeteole, is dead.

Emetole, who has been battling throat cancer for a while, died on Wednesday in an Indian hospital. He was 66 years.

Married man sets girlfriend ablaze over alleged infidelity

A mechanic identified as Shepherd Murigani has been arrested for setting his girlfriend ablaze over alleged infidelity.

He was said to have ensued in an argument with his girlfriend Priscilla Munyanyi, whom he accused of cheating on him by dating other men and going with them to beer parlours against his wish.

We don’t need Biafra… let’s fix our relationship with the north - Okorocha

Rochas Okorocha, governor of Imo state, says Igbo people need to fix the “bridge of relationship” with their northern counterparts.
He cautioned those in support of the activities of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) saying, “we don’t need such”.
“I do know that when the chips are down, they (IPOB) won’t be anywhere to be found.”

Man chains 13-year-old son for stealing 2,000 in Ogun

Man chains 13-year-old son for stealing 2,000 in Ogun

The Nigeria Police, Shagamu Division of the Ogun State Command, yesterday rescued a 13-year-old teenager, who was chained by his father for stealing his N2,000.
The teenager was found on the bare floor, naked, with his hands and legs bound.
A resident, Modupe Okeshola, said that it was not the first time the teenager would be dehumanised by his father.

Kidnapping: Evans has a Ghanaian passport — IGP

The notorious kidnapper, Chikwudubem Onwuamadike alias Evans, who was recently arrested in Lagos has a Ghanaian passport and owns houses in the country.
The Inspector -General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, who disclosed this yesterday, at the ongoing West Africa National Security Conference in Accra, Ghana, further affirmed that Evans’ family resides in Ghana.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Tuesday against any measures that could weaken the Tehran-backed Shi'ite paramilitary groups, saying such actions would endanger Baghdad's stability.

At a meeting in Tehran, Khamenei said the Shi'ite militias were Iraq's main forces pushing back Sunni jihadist groups, and Baghdad should not trust the United States in the fight against the Islamic State, Iranian state media reported.

Photos: Acting president, Yemi Osinbajo, meets with Northern leaders in Abuja

In continuation of his consultations with Northern and South East leaders regarding ethnic agitations from groups from both regions, acting president Yemi Osinbajo Tuesday had a meeting with traditional rulers from the North at the presidential villa in Abuja.

US military refuses to be intimidated after Russia threatens to target every US aircraft it finds west of the River Euphrates in Syria

The US has told Russia that it will not back down after Moscow threatened to target American and coalition planes and drones found in the west of the River Euphrates in Syria.

The threat from Moscow came after the US shot down a Russia-allied Syrian fighter bomber on Sunday afternoon after the plane dropped bombs near US-allied Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). 

Marco Verratti agrees personal terms with Barcelona

£88m Chelsea target Verratti agrees personal terms with club for summer transfer

Marco Verratti has reportedly agreed personal terms with Barcelona, but Paris Saint-Germain are refusing to sell.
The midfielder has been heavily linked with a summer transfer with Premier League giants Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal all mooted to be interested.

PSG to launch first offer for Cristiano Ronaldo

PSG to open Cristiano Ronaldo bidding with world-record offer

Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly set to make their first offer to sign Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo in a world record £132million transfer.

The Portuguese superstar is looking for a way out of the Bernabeu this summer after having a case of alleged tax fraud failed against him by Spanish authorities, also sparking links with his old club Manchester United.

Chelsea make shock enquiry to sign Robert Lewandowski as Diego Costa's replacement

Chelsea make shock enquiry to sign Robert Lewandowski as Diego Costa's replacement

Chelsea have made an enquiry over the availability of Bayern Munich superstar Robert Lewandowski ahead of the summer transfer window, according to reports.
Lewandowski has scored 110 goals in 147 appearances for Bayern since joining the Bundesliga giants back in 2014 but the 28-year-old is being heavily linked with a move away from the Allianz Arena in the coming months.

Photo: 2 traffic wardens dismissed in Abuja for collecting N15,000 from motorist

traffic wardens dismissed

Two traffic wardens attached to Wuse Police Division, FCT Command, Abuja, have been dismissed from service for allegedly collecting N15,000 as bribe from a traffic offender.
The suspects, Musa Muktari with force number 394120 GDI and Shuaibu Suleman, 10627 GDII, arrested a motorist with an undisclosed identity at Wuse Market on May 29, accusing him of jumping traffic light.

Nigeria Loses N120bn To Apapa Gridlock Daily -Aliko Dangote

President of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote has estimated that the country is losing about N140 billion weekly to traffic gridlocks on Apapa-Oshodi Expressway, Lagos, the access road to Nigeria’s main sea ports.

Dangote who spoke to journalists in Lagos, yesterday, said: “The economy loses more than N20 billion daily and N140 billion weekly. It affects businesses across the country. All our operations in the hinterland in Ilorin, in Kano are operating at 40 per cent maximum capacity.”

Nigeria: Mosquitoes Develop Resistance To Insecticides

A new study conducted by scientists at the Nigeria Institute of Medical Research, Yaba, Lagos, has revealed that mosquitoes in 18 states have developed resistance to insecticide nets.

The outcome of the study,  which was presented  in NIMR on Tuesday, identified mosquito resistance to insecticides as a major threat to the eradication of malaria in Nigeria  by 2030.

Another 175 Nigerians flee Libya, return home

Another batch of One Hundred and Seventy-five (175) Nigerians voluntarily returned from Libya on Tuesday aboard a chartered Nouvelair aircraft with registration number TS-INA.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the aircraft landed at 7.50p.m at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos.

Police arrest mum for abandoning her 4 month old baby in hot car

A mother has been arrested after police in US were forced to smash their way into a hot car to rescue her four-month-old baby boy who had been left unattended for hours.

Following her arrest, Kelly Decorrevont, 35"didn't seem  very remorseful."The affidavit says the four-month-old was left alone in the car Monday afternoon for over two and a half hours without food or water.

Boko Haram ambushes police convoy, kill two officers, ’57 missing’

At least 57 policemen fled while two were killed when suspected Boko Haram insurgents ambushed their convoy in the Damboa area of Borno state, on Tuesday.
An officer who witnessed the attack said his colleagues who took cover were yet to be found.
He said men from men of the State Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) deployed to rescue the officers have not been able to rescue all of them.

Photos: Banker accuses father-in-law of abducting, renaming son

A Lagos-based banker, Princewill Njoku, is currently embroiled in a messy fight with his 69 year old father in-law, Chief Godwin Osochukwu, over the custody of Princewill’s son.

Princewill had lost his wife (Chief Godwin’s daughter) a day after their son was born and has accused his father-in-law of abducting his baby, Kayomikun.