Tuesday, 5 September 2017

My wife receives messages from her ex-boyfriends – Estranged husband

An Ado-Ekiti Customary Court on Tuesday dissolved the eight years marriage between one Rasak Bello and his wife, Aminat, over irreconcilable differences.

The President of the court, Mrs Olayinka Akomolede, who listened to both parties, dissolved the marriage, saying it had broken down irretrievably.

‘We are in love’ — Actress Meghan Markle opens up on relationship with Prince Harry

Hollywood actress Meghan Markle has for the first time revealed details of her relationship with Prince Harry, saying they are “in love”.

In an interview with Vanity Fair, the ‘Suits’ actress said they had been in a relationship for six months before it became public knowledge.

Photos: Ugandan Prophet Elvis Mbonye’s Members Kiss His Feet

He is said to be valued at 650 million Ugandan shillings, and rides in state of the art cars with bodyguards surrounding him when he needs to step out. And now members of his church have been spotted kissing his feet.  More photos….

Young Man in Tears After His 70-year-old White Lover Dumps Him After Discovering a Shocking Secret

A Swedish grandmother, Mona-Lisa Larsson has dumped a Ugandan man she was dating and had planned to marry after discovering a sad secret.

The Swedish woman had started a romantic affair with Aziz Maganda aka Aziz Magically, to the extent that she came to Uganda to meet him in person. Just as everybody believed the two were already an item, Larsson found out a devastating secret and called off the relationship.

Ramsey Nouah Clears the Air on His Real Nationality

Nollywood actor, Ramsey Nouah, has cleared the air on his real nationality, despite speculations among movie fans in the country that he is a foreigner.

While fielding questions as a guest of Classic 97.3 FM radio recently, the actor, who was the subject of a death rumour that went viral on the social media in July, insisted that he would prefer to be addressed as a Nigerian and not as an Israeli.

Buhari Was Not Aware Rail Line Would Pass Through His Village In Daura - Amaechi Says

The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has claimed that President Muhammadu Buhari was not aware that rail line was going to pass through his hometown in Daura, Katsina State.

Amaechi also revealed that President Buhari has directed that Kebbi, Zamfara and Sokoto be linked by rail, DailyPost reported.

Anthony Joshua: No Time For Girlfriend, I Won't Settle Down In The Next 10 Years

British-Nigerian boxer and World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has admitted his training regime doesn’t leave much time for girlfriends and hinted he may not settle down for 10 years.

In an interview with Evening Standard, Anthony said;

College Professor allegedly murdered by boyfriend who was jealous of her career

College Professor

35-year-old popular college Professor, Jeannine Shante Skinner, an assistant professor of gerontology and psychology in the Department of Psychological Science, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, was reportedly found dead in an apartment off Interstate 485 near South Tryon Street at 11:37 a.m, and the police suspect her boyfriend in relation to the murder incident. 

‘I don’t want to live up to 120 years’ -Pastor Adeboye


Speaking at a birthday service organized for Pastor Yerima El-Samaila of the Faith Foundation Church, who clocked 70 years on Monday, the General Overseer Worldwide of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, told the large congregation in Minna, Niger State that he would not want to live up to 120 years.

Father kills son for planning to marry older woman

A man in Awka, the Anambra State capital, has allegedly killed his only son, Chibuzor, for planning to marry an older woman.

It was alleged that the man, whose name had yet to be identified, procured the services of some military men to execute the act.

A witness told our correspondent that the suspected soldiers beat the victim to a coma. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he gave up the ghost.

Moses, Ndidi, Balogun make CAF’s best eleven

The performances of three Nigerian stars in the World Cup qualifier against Cameroon at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium last Friday have not gone unnoticed, with Confederation of African Football naming the trio in its Dream Team for match day three. 

In a 3-5-2 formation, Mainz star Leon Balogun started in the left side of central defense, with Tottenham Hotspur new boy Serge Aurier and Mehdi Benatia taking the remaining two positions.

Rooney ‘fears his marriage is over’ as pregnant Coleen ‘plans to walk away’

In the early hours of Friday morning, Wayne Rooney was arrested and charged for drink driving after he was found driving another woman’s car intoxicated.

Whilst his pregnant wife of nine years, Coleen, was on holiday abroad with their three sons, Wayne is reported to have “kissed and cuddled” single mother Laura Simpson, who has since suggested that she would have “spent the night” with Wayne had it not been for his arrest.

Nigerian Student, Chigozie, Killed In India Over Discussion On Biafra

Argument over desirability of Biafra by some Nigerians in India has been blamed for the death of N. Chigozie, a 33 year old who came to India with a student visa. Indian police in Bengaluru are already probing the death. The body of the Nigerian was found near the railway gate in Hennur, northeast Bengaluru, in the wee hours of Monday.

Petroleum Minister denies bribery allegation

Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Emmanuel Kachikwu, has denied allegations of receiving bribes in exchange for juicy oil contracts. An online news medium had alleged that the Petroleum Minister and his brother, Dumebi Kachikwu, had collected about N2 billion bribe for an oil contract but failed to deliver their own end of the bargain.

Three arrested over murder of Gulder Ultimate Search winner

The Lagos Police said that it has arrested three suspects in connection with the last Sunday’s assassination of Hector Oluwaseun Jobarteh, winner of the 2006 Gulder Ultimate Search, GUS, reality TV, Season 3.

Hector was shot dead by unknown gunmen at his residence in New Oko-Oba, area of Lagos State.

No plan to retire from football soon – Mikel Obi

Super Eagles captain, John Obi Mikel, has insisted he does not plan to retire from football soon.

The Tianjin TEDA midfielder, who has won UEFA Champions League, Europa League, English Premier League, FA Cup and African Cup of Nations, was on parade as Cameroon forced Nigeria to a 1-1 draw in Yaounde on Monday.

Nigerians paid N2.11trn tax in seven months - FIRS

The federal inland revenue service (FIRS) says it generated a sum of N2.11 trillion as revenue from January to July 2017.
NAN reports that the service made this known in a progress report of the FIRS from January to July 2017, showing their revenue performance and impact of the new tax regime.

A breakdown of the report showed that the FIRS collected N720.28 billion as petroleum profit tax (PPT) and N542.22 billion as value added tax (VAT) revenue from January to June.

Nigeria close in on World Cup spot, end Cameroon’s hopes

Nigeria moved to the brink of reaching next year’s World Cup finals with a 1-1 draw away to Cameroon on Monday which ended the qualifying hopes of the African champions.

Nigeria top Group B with 10 points from four games, six ahead of second-placed Zambia, who visit Algeria on Wednesday.

Minister begs doctors to suspend strike

The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, on Monday appealed to the resident doctors to suspend their strike in the interest of Nigerians.

Adewole, who assured the doctors of Federal Government’s readiness to address all the issues in contention, said the government needed more time to address the problems.

ASUU strike: We’re hopeful of peaceful resolution – Ngige

The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, has dispelled speculations of uncertainty over talks between the Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities.

A statement by the Deputy Director Press, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Samuel Olowookere, said the Minister of Labour and Employment as the chief conciliator of industrial disputes in the country and the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, whose Ministry is the employer of the university lecturers. are still leading the talks.

Argentina’s Sampaoli denies rift with Messi

Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli has denied rumours of a rift with star player Lionel Messi on the eve of their crucial World Cup qualifier against Venezuela.

Barcelona forward Messi is critical to the Albiceleste’s hopes during a qualification campaign in which they now have little room for error.

A goalless draw in Uruguay last Thursday has left Argentina fifth in the South American group with just three games remaining to secure a top-four spot — and automatic qualification — for Russia 2018.

PDP insists Edo ex-Speaker must face trial

The People’s Democratic Party has insisted that a former Speaker of the Edo State House of Assembly, Hon Elisabeth Ativie, must be made to face trial if it was discovered that she contravened Section 10 of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Related Matters Commission (ICPC) Act.

It said the issue was no longer whether Hon Ativie is made to return the four official vehicles she used as Speaker but whether it was lawful for her to receive gratification for performing a duty for which she was duly elected.

Mbappe writes emotional letter to angry Monaco fans

Rising star Kylian Mbappe tried to explain his big-money move to Paris Saint-Germain from Monaco on Monday after receiving fierce criticism from hardcore Monaco fans.

The 18-year-old joined PSG on a season-long loan with an option to buy that would make him the second most expensive player of all-time for a fee that could reach 180 million euros ($214 million).

Ronaldo wants Bale, Benzema out of Madrid

Reports from Spain are claiming that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to see Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema dropped from the Real Madrid first team. 

The Daily Star are citing an article from Don Balon that state the Euro 2016 winner wants manager Zinedine Zidane to consider alternatives to Bale and Benzema, highlighting Isco and Marco Asensio and potential successors after producing worldclass performances of late.

Eagles owe Nigerians a better W’Cup than Brazil 2014 – Mikel

Super Eagles captain Mikel Obi has vowed that the team will not disappoint if they qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Nigeria are on the verge of reaching their sixth World Cup after their 1-1 draw with Cameroon on Monday in Yaounde night took them six points clear in Group B of African qualifying.

Pioneer CAN leader Luther Cishak passes on at 88

The Pioneer President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Luther Cishak, has died at the age of 88.

This was made known by President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday through a tribute he wrote in memory of the late Cishak.

US threatens to bar Nigerian airlines

The United States federal aviation administration has given Nigerian airlines a 65-day ultimatum to resolve specified security issues or risk being barred from flying to its country.
A team of US FAA officials who recently carried out an audit for the renewal of Nigeria’s category one safety status gave the ultimatum on August 24.

The US FAA periodically check foreign airports with which it has bilateral agreements to ensure they meet set standards.

Hazard wants Costa to make Chelsea return

Eden Hazard says he wants to see Diego Costa end his self-imposed exile and “come back” to Chelsea.

The Spanish striker has been absent from the Blues fold since failing to report back for pre-season training in July and was left out of the Blues’ Champions League squad on Monday.

Man Tries To Impress Woman He Met In A Bar By Racing RENTED Lamborghini - But Crashes It

A drunk man who tried to impress a woman he met at a bar raced after her in a rented Lamborghini - but then crashed into a tree.

In a bid to win over the woman, the driver chased her in the Lamborghini and tried to impress by overtaking her on the street, she told police.

Policeman Commits Suicide In Abakaliki, Ebonyi Over Transfer To Borno

There is bad news in Abakaliki, the Ebonyi State capital as a serving policeman attached to the state’s police command, Mr Donatus Oyibe, yesterday afternoon reportedly committed suicide. The incidence, Daily Sun found, happened at Ukwuakpu axis of Abakaliki capital.

Also, the decomposing body of a 70-year-old woman allegedly abducted and killed by suspected Fulani herdsmen in Ezi Ajah, Amuro Community in Afikpo North Local Government Area of the state, Mrs Uche Oko, was found in the bush by the residents of the area.

Dozens of children die at another Indian hospital

Not less than 49 children died at a state-run hospital in Northern India allegedly due to lack of medicine or oxygen, Police Chief Dayanand Misra, said on Monday.

The latest deaths were registered between July 21 and Aug. 10 in Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital in Farrukhabad city in Uttar Pradesh state.

Indian man sets himself on fire after bribe demand

A young Indian man attempted to immolate himself outside a lawmaker’s office in Southern India after officials demanded 312 dollars bribe, officials said on Monday.

The victim, identified as M. Srinivas, 25, a farmer in the Karimnagar district of Telangana state, had gone to claim land being distributed by the government to Dalit, or low-caste, underprivileged farmers.

McDonald’s staff stage first ever UK strike

McDonald’s workers staged the first ever strike in Britain on Monday in protest at pay and working conditions at the US fast-food giant.

About 40 workers gathered outside two restaurants in Crayford, southeast London, and in Cambridge before attending a protest outside parliament.

Messi could leave Barca next summer on a free transfer – Gibson

Terry Gibson insists he can see a scenario where Lionel Messi leaves Barcelona on a free transfer next summer.

In July, Messi agreed terms on a new contract that would keep him at the Nou Camp until 2021 but the Argentina international is yet to put pen-to-paper on the deal.

In Katsina: Man Flogged to Death During Competition For Lady’s Hand in Marriage

Yari Inusa has been reported dead while competing with another suitor for a lady’s hand in marriage at Durmin Biri village, in the Kafur Local Government Area of Katsina State. 

According to the police, he engaged in a Fulani traditional game of Sharo with another man, Ahmed Saidu, to determine who would marry the lady. Sharo game entails two male suitors flogging each other for a woman’s hand in marriage, with the winner marrying the lady.

La Liga asks UEFA to investigate Man City over transfer

The Spanish football league, La Liga, has asked European football’s governing body UEFA to open an investigation into whether big-spending Manchester City have breached Financial Fair Play regulations.

La Liga, outspoken over what it dubs “state-aided financial doping”, “is pleased that UEFA has opened a formal Financial Fair Play (FFP) investigation into Paris Saint-Germain. The investigation comes after La Liga formally requested such probes into PSG and Manchester City FC in August”.

Bishop T.D. Jakes Prays For Nigeria's Richest Woman, Folorunso Alakija (Pics)

American pastor Bishop T. D. Jakes prayed for Mrs Alakija and President Nana Akufo-Addo during the Lead Africa Summit hosted by Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams and his wife, Rosa Whitaker, in Ghana.

Ex-Oyo Governorship Candidate, Seyi Makinde, Declares For PDP

Following the recent visit of the National Caretaker Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Ahmed Makarfi to Oyo State, the 2015 governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party in Oyo State, Engineer Seyi Makinde, has returned to the Peoples Democratic Party in the state.

Makinde, made this declaration known in a press statement released by his Media office at Omi Titun headquarters in Ibadan on Monday.

Nigerian, Congolese & Moroccans to be extradited for gang raping Polish Tourist in Italy

Poland will seek the extradition from Italy of the four suspects in the gang rape of a Polish tourist on a beach in the Italian resort of Rimini, the country’s deputy justice minister says.

Patryk Jaki said Monday that the four should face a very severe punishment to discourage others from committing such crimes.

Eagles make a point in Yaounde, need one point to reach Russia

Cameroon merely delayed Nigeria’s 2018 FIFA World Cup ticket celebration even as the African champions were themselves eliminated from the race in a crunchy game that ended 1-1 in Yaounde on Monday.

In the event, the Super Eagles will qualify for their sixth FIFA World Cup finals with one point from their last two matches of the campaign.

Death toll in Hurricane Harvey rises to 60

At least 60 people have died as a result of Hurricane Harvey, according to emergency management departments across southeast Texas.

The Associated Press reported many of those deaths were people drowning in flash floods or water-logged roads.

Footballer, Wilfried Bony sues former agents and Swansea City over £8m secret commissions

Swansea striker, Wilfried Bony will be the focus of a High Court case after the Swans were accused of paying £8m in "secret commissions".

Bony claims that two football agents who used to represent him received under-the-table cash between 2013-2015.

AMCON debunks talks with Ethiopian Airlines over Arik Air management

The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) has said,  contrary to widely published  reports, it is not aware of any current discussion or negotiation with the management of Ethiopian Airlines regarding Arik Air Limited.

AMCON made the clarification in a release following media reports which claimed that there are discussions going on with Ethiopian Airlines for the carrier to render management services to Arik.

Read Why This Woman Cut Off And Flushed Down Her husband's Penis

Reports have it that a wife cut off her 54-year old violent husband's penis due to his love for golf. She allegedly also flushed the organ down the toilet.

According to Jeju Weekly, neighbours had heard the loud groaning of the man and gone to their apartment to check if all was well. On getting there, the man 
was found on the floor in agony.