Friday, 8 September 2017

Husband impregnates wife’s sister, strangles baby after birth

The police in Bayelsa State have arrested a 47-year-old man, Moses Otimba, for impregnating his wife’s younger sister, Joy Mathew, and killing the male child five days after birth.

Otimba was said to have asphyxiated the child to death and buried him in a shallow grave at a river bank.

Plastic surgery addict left with painful, permanent erection

A plastic surgery addict claims a botched nose job has left him with a painful and permanent erection.

The 45-year-old reality TV star,  Neven Ciganovic, said he flew to Iran to have an operation to fix his crooked nose but began to suffer long-lasting erections after he returned home to the Serbian capital, Belgrade.

I’ve never had erection in my life – rape suspect

A 32-year-old engineer, Bayonne Lekan, was on Friday brought before Tinubu Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos for allegedly raping a minor at a construction site.

The accused, whose address is unknown, is facing a charge of child defilement.

Insp. Nurudeen Thomas, the prosecutor, told the court that the accused committed the offence sometime in May at Maduko Street, Ikoyi, Lagos.

Rihanna Admits She Regrets Losing Her Virginity

Rihanna boldly opened up about losing her virginity as she posed for one of her most gorgeous magazine shoots yet.

Wearing a lilac heart emblazoned across her face, Ri slipped her curves into a plunging bikini top to grace the cover of Elle magazine's October issue.

Christian Leaders Blame Gay People For Hurricane Harvey

A number of Christian leaders have blamed LGBT people for causing Hurricane Harvey. Despite overwhelming evidence that supports climate change as a factor in the devastating storm and subsequent flooding, a handful of evangelical leaders have ludicrously suggested the LGBT community are to blame.

Why I conceded 2015 presidential election to Buhari – Goodluck Jonathan

Immediate past President, Goodluck Jonathan, has disclosed what influenced his decision to concede the 2015 Presidential election to his successor, President Muhammadu Buhari.

Jonathan said his decision to concede defeat to Buhari was informed by the fact that he was “inspired to lead by his conscience.”

Aisha Alhassan never believed in Buhari - El-Rufai

Nasir el-Rufai, governor of Kaduna state, says Aisha Alhassan, minister of women affairs, has never been a supporter of President Muhammadu Buhari.

El-Rufai, who spoke with state house correspondents after meeting with the president, said he was not surprised that the minister openly endorsed former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar.

Gunmen invade Catholic church in Lagos, shoot priest

Some gunmen opened fire on Daniel Nwankwo, parish priest of St Thomas Catholic Church, Onireke, Lagos, on Friday.

A parishoner, who simply identified himself as Valentine, said the assailant struck around 9am.

This pen-like device ‘can identify cancer in 10 seconds’

A team of engineers and scientists at the University of Texas have invented a pen that accurately identifies cancerous tissues during surgery.

The handheld instrument gives surgeons information on what tissue to cut and preserve in about 10 seconds.

41 cities bid to host 2026 World Cup games

Forty-one cities in Canada, Mexico and the United States have submitted bids to serve as host cities for the 2026 World Cup, officials said Thursday.

The joint North American bid is seen as the favourite for 2026, with only one other bid – Morocco – so far in the running for the tournament.

Driver allegedly impregnates 14-year-old step-daughter

A driver, Monday Udoh, was on Friday brought before the Tinubu Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos for allegedly impregnating his 14-year-old step daughter.

The Prosecutor, Insp. Nurudeen Thomas, told the court that Udoh, 39, committed the offence in April at Eleko Beach in Ibeju Lekki, near Lagos.

Drinks market share is over N6bn – Balmoral CEO

The Chief Executive Officer of Balmoral Group, Mr. Ezekiel Adamu, has said that the Nigerian drinks industry has a market share of over N6bn.

According to Adamu, whose firm organises the International Drinks Festival, there are not many players in the market, compared to other countries in the world, adding that Nigeria has a consuming population with over 170 million.

Police arrests runaway UNIPORT ritualist that 8-yr-old girl in Rivers


The Plateau state Police Command has arrested the runaway ritual killer suspect in Rivers state, Ifeanyi Dike.

The 23-year-old undergraduate of the University of Port Harcourt killed eight-year-old Victory Chikamso Mezu and removed her body parts for ritual.

More Messy Details About Mel B's Divorce Suit, Including Her Former Nanny

Mel B's estranged husband, Stephen Belafonte, and their former nanny, Lorraine Gilles, engineered a phony marriage for Gilles so she would not be deported, which would allow the 2 to carry on an affair behind Mel B's back and rob her blind - this according to explosive new legal docs.

Mel B just filed legal docs, in which she lays out the sordid scenario. You'll recall, Gilles has said they had 3-ways but she never had sex alone with Belafonte. The docs include a portion of Gilles deposition, in which she admits she had sex with Belafonte alone 10 to 15 times.

Japan to face North Korea in Tokyo amid nuclear tensions

Japan will host North Korea in a politically charged East Asian championship opener on December 9, Japanese football officials said Friday.

The Tokyo clash comes against the backdrop of North Korea’s recent nuclear test and a string of missile tests — including one that flew over Japan — that have triggered condemnation from the Japanese government.

If You pay Tithe to any Pastor, You are a goat – Daddy Freeze


If you pay tithe to ANY pastor at all, you are a goat, let alone to a pastor that has his face on the tithe ATM card, drives a Rolls Royce and just bought his wife a G wagon!


Deuteronomy 14:22-23 says "Eat your own tithe."

Diego Costa to join Fenerbahce on loan

Diego Costa appears to have concluded arrangement with Fenerbahce, as he is expected to arrive in Istanbul later today ahead of a move to the club.

The Spain international will complete a medical and, if successful he’ll compete a loan move to the Super Lig heavyweights.

Arsenal’s Wenger to return for Monaco’s Lemar

Arsene Wenger has confirmed Arsenal bid €100 million for Monaco midfielder Thomas Lemar on deadline day and says the club will try to sign the France international again.

ESPN reports that Arsenal had accepted an offer of £55m plus a further £5m in add-ons from Manchester City for winger Alexis Sanchez, whose contract runs out next summer, but the deal was dependent on Arsenal finding a replacement.

Lil Wayne hits studio with Damian Lillard despite Doctor's orders to rest

Despite his doctor's orders to rest, rapper, Lil Wayne has surfaced in the recording studio with Damian Lillard.

This is also the first time people are seeing Wayne since his hospitalization earlier this week.

EFCC arrests own driver, policeman for ‘burgling’ Badeh’s sealed mansion

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) says it has arrested one of its drivers, Nasiru Isa, for allegedly burgling a sealed house owned by Alex Badeh, former chief of defence staff.

In January 2016, the EFCC sealed off some pieces of property in Abuja owned by the former defence chief, who is facing trial for allegedly diverting funds meant for the military.
In a statement issued on Thursday, Wilson Uwujaren, EFCC spokesman, said Isa was part of a robbery syndicate which specialised in breaking into property sealed off by the anti-graft agency.

Arsenal players must stop ‘acting like babies’ – Petit

Arsenal players need to be told to stop acting “like babies,” according to former Gunners midfielder Emmanuel Petit.

Arsene Wenger’s men have lost two of their opening three Premier League games, including a 4-0 defeat at Liverpool before the international break.

5 nurses suspended for opening dead man’s corpse to see the size of his penis

Five nurses were suspended for opening a body bag to gawk at the size of a deceased man’s genitals.

The incident took place at Denver Health Medical Center between late March and early April, but it was not reported until a month later, according hospital administrators.

Lagos schools: More kidnappers camps demolished

The Lagos State Police Command yesterday said there would be no more kidnapping in schools following the destruction of over 200 camps hitherto operated by men of the underworld.

Acting Commissioner of Police, Mr. Imohimi Edgal, gave the assurance at a one-day workshop for stakeholders on the safety of pupils and members of staff of Model Colleges and upgraded secondary schools, organised by the state’s Ministry of Education.

Will Lionel Messi miss 2018 World Cup?

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Argentina’s poor run of results in the South American qualifiers has left everyone contemplating the unthinkable: a World Cup next summer without Lionel Messi.

The dreaded question looms large after an uninspiring draw at home to last-placed Venezuela this week left Argentina adrift of the automatic qualifying places for Russia 2018.

Court dissolves 25-year-old marriage

A customary court sitting in Agege, Lagos, yesterday, dissolved a 25-year-old marriage between Mr Michael Branco and his wife, Omolayo, over allegation of adultery.

Mr Branco had approached the court to dissolve his marriage with his wife over allegation of illicit affairs, lack of care for their children and lack of character .

Togo blocks internet as protests continue

Togolese authorities have blocked internet access as opponents of President Faure Gnassingbe marched for a second day against his family’s 50-year rule.

Hundreds of protesters marched from the opposition stronghold of Be towards a meeting in central Lome, the capital, on Thursday, a witness said. Police later fired tear gas to disperse the protesters.

Buhari should urgently reshuffle cabinet – NLC

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to urgently reshuffle his cabinet.

NLC President Comrade Ayuba Wabba said Buhari should rejig his cabinet because many ministers had not performed well.

“There is high expectation in how to rejuvenate the machinery of government, especially looking at the performance of the ministers and some political appointees”, Wabba told Nation.

Why I chose Nigeria over England – Ola Aina

Ola Aina has admitted he chose to represent Nigeria, because the chance to play for his country of birth was “too appealing”.

Aina, who is currently on-loan at Hull City from Chelsea FC, had represented England at the U-16, U-17, U-18, U-19 and U-20 levels.

The defender was recently invited by coach Gernot Roht, for the 2018 World Cup double-header against Cameroon.

Buhari is not a politician – Garba Shehu

Presidential spokesman, Garba Shehu, says his principal, President Muhammadu Buhari is not a politician.

He also noted that Buhari is fit and healthier than many young Nigerians.

Shehu stated these in an article released on Thursday titled ‘A President’s 32’ TV’.

APC reacts to Alhassan’s support for Atiku

The Deputy National Chairman of the APC, Segun Oni, has provided what appears a first formal reaction of the party to the stance of a serving minister declaring support for another presidential candidate in 2019.

The Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Aisha Alhassan, shocked many Nigerians when a video surfaced on Tuesday showing the minister as declaring support for a former vice president, Atiku Abubakar, for the 2019 presidential election.

Stephens beats Venus to reach US Open final

Sloane Stephens, who missed 11 months with a left foot injury before returning in July, reached her first Grand Slam final by outlasting Venus Williams 6-1, 0-6, 7-5 Thursday at the US Open.

Stephens, whose best prior Slam run was to the 2013 Australian Open semi-finals, will play the winner of a later match between US compatriots CoCo Vandeweghe and Madison Keys on Saturday for a top prize of $3.7 million (3.07 million euros).

Telecoms sector adds N1.5tn to GDP, says NCC

The country’s telecommunications sector contributed N1.549tn to the Gross Domestic Product in the second quarter of this year, representing 6.68 per cent increase from the first quarter’s figure of N1.452tn, the Nigerian Communications Commission has said.

The Executive Vice Chairman, NCC, Prof. Umar Danbatta, said on Thursday that the figures were derived from the recently released National Bureau of Statistics report on the economy.

Prove me wrong, tell the world your salary - Sagay tells Senate

Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Prof. Itse Sagay has refused to back down from allegations that Senators and members of the House of Representatives collect jumbo salary.

Sagay had, at a lecture he delivered at the Nigerian Society of International Law public lecture on Tuesday, in Lagos, entitled The many afflictions of anti-corruption crusade in Nigeria, alleged that a Senator gets N29 million in monthly.

Brad Pitt’s Cars Spotted On Driveway Of Estranged Wife, Angelina Jolie

Brad Pitt’s cars have been spotted parked on the driveway of estranged wife Angelina Jolie’s home - adding fuel to the rumours the pair are going to cancel their divorce.

Passers by (or rather, aerial photographs) have noted Brad’s black Tesla Model S car has been parked outside his 42-year-old wife ’s house.

We’ve only recovered 15% of Diezani loot, says Magu

The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, on Thursday, said only about 15 per cent of funds allegedly misappropriated by a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, had been recovered.

Magu, who said the commission was working with the United Kingdom on her case, noted that efforts were being made to extradite her back to Nigeria.

How we arrested man who stabbed wife to death after one month of court marriage – Police

The Bayelsa State Police Command, has arrested an Australian returnee, Stephen Ogho-Oghene Akpata, who reportedly stabbed his wife an employee of Glo, Onyinye, to deathfollowing suspicion of infidelity, after making love to her for about an hour.

According to the State’s Commissioner of Police, Mr. Amba Asuquo, he  was arrested in Lagos following his failed attempt to flee to Ghana. It was also gathered that the incident was first reported to the police on August 16, when one Moses Awo complained that Onyinye, 33, failed to report to her place of work.

Tsunami warning as magnitude 8 quake rocks Mexico

A powerful 8.0 magnitude earthquake struck southern Mexico late Thursday, the US Geological Survey said, with seismologists warning of a tsunami of more than three meters (10 feet).

The quake hit offshore in the Pacific about 120 kilometers (75 miles) southwest of the town of Tres Picos in far southern Chiapas state, the USGS said.

US court deals blow to Trump travel ban

A federal court in California dealt a new blow Thursday to the Trump administration’s travel ban, ruling that some refugees must be allowed into the country.

It is the latest twist of the legal wrangling touched off by President Donald Trump’s ban, first announced in January with little notice and widely criticized as discriminatory against Muslims. Trump says it is needed to keep out terrorists.

Wenger urges UEFA to scrap financial fair play rules

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has called for UEFA’s Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules to be scrapped, because he feels they have become unenforceable.

A year after Manchester United paid a world-record fee for Paul Pogba, the total has been topped three times with the transfers of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe to Paris Saint-Germain and Ousmane Dembele to Barcelona in a summer of many big-money moves.

How we killed three students, removed, sold breasts for N15 million – Ritual killers confesses

Three persons in the business of luring and kidnapping girls for the purpose of killing and selling their parts have been arrested by the Ondo State police command.

They have also confessed to have been involved in the kidnapping of students of the Adeyemi College of Education in Ondo town.