Sunday, 24 September 2017

Sex can’t satisfy men, they are born polygamists – Actress, Lizzy Anjorin

Nollywood actress, Lizzy Anjorin, has advised women to be mindful that men are born polygamists and may lust after their best friends or house keeper.

The actress in an interview with The Sun, advised women not to end relationships or marriages because their husband slept with housemaid or their bestfriend.
According to her, ladies should work hard, make money for themselves in such relationships, as separation may not be the solution.

15-yr-old Boy arrested for having sex with a goat in Niger


A 15-year-old boy, Kabiru Idi was on Saturday arrested by the Niger State Police Command, for having sex with a goat.
Kabiru, who lives at Geganu area, in Bosso Local Government Area of the state was arrested by police operatives attached to Kpakungu Division in Minna, Niger State, following a tip-off, as it was the second time the suspect had engaged in the act.

These Popular Nollywood Producers Demanded To Shag Me – Actress Reveals

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An upcoming actress, Sandra Onyenemere has revealed her ordeal in the hands of randy Nollywood producers who demanded she warm their beds before casting her.

“I want to expose randy movie producers and directors who give the industry a bad name. Most times we females are the victims. There is so much pressure from directors; they want to take advantage of you because they know you are passionate about acting. They know you are vulnerable so they want to take advantage of that, and that is tragic!”, Sandra said in a chat with SUN.

We Don’t See IPOB As Terrorist Organization – US

The United States Government has said it does not consider the Indigenous People of Biafra a terrorist organization.

Last week, the Federal High Court in Abuja gave a judicial backing the executive order of President Muhammadu Buhari, outlawing the group and its activities in the country.

Presidency reveals who will decide if president will contest in 2019

The Presidency has revealed that only President Muhammadu Buhari can disclose his plans for the 2019 Presidential election. Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina said this while speaking on the sideline of the United Nations, UN, General Assembly in New York. 

Jay-Z & Beyoncé Buy $26m Hamptons Mansion

Jay-Z and Beyonce are officially balling on both coasts - they've gobbled up another 8-figure property, and this one's in the Hamptons.

Jay and Bey plunked down a cool $26 million for the 7 bedroom, 7.5 bathroom pad in luxurious East Hampton, NY. The crib's no joke! The 12,000 square ft. pad sits on 2 acres of land with scenic water views of the Georgica Pond.

Why I want to enlarge my butt –Cossy Ojiakor

That buxomy actress, Cossy Ojiakor, has one of the biggest boobs in the Nigerian entertainment industry, is a fact that has never been contested. Even though there have been a couple of new bloods who have displaced Cossy as the ultimate ‘boob queen’ in the industry, the part-time singer is still one to be reckoned with in that department.

Help! This Babcock student needs N48m for kidney transplant

Ebunoluwa Adesanya, a final year student of mass communication at Babcock University, has been diagnosed with lupus nephritis, a disease that affects the kidneys.
Adesanya was diagnosed with the life-threatening condition in November 2016 — three months to her final examinations at the university.

Lupus nephritis is an inflammation of the kidney caused by systemic lupus erythematous (SLE) also called lupus.

Six injured in suspected acid attack in London

A suspected acid attack in east London injured six people, police said Sunday adding that they had arrested a 15-year-old male.

Police were called late Saturday to the Stratford Centre near London’s Olympic Stadium after a noxious substance was sprayed during an argument between two groups of males.
They said the incident was not terror related.

Saudi Arabia lifts ban on Skype, WhatsApp

The Saudi government is lifting a ban on calls made through online apps on Thursday, however, it will monitor and censor them, a government spokesman said.

All online voice and video call services like Microsoft’s Skype, Facebook’s WhatsApp and Messenger, and Rakuten’s Viber which satisfy regulatory requirements were set to become accessible overnight.

Owners of arms import firm uncovered

Three individuals with residences in Abuja and Lagos own the company that has been fingered for the illegal importation of arms into the country earlier in the week, investigation by Daily Trust on Sunday has shown.

The Nigeria Customs Service, on Thursday, named Great James Oil and Gas Ltd as the importer of the haul of 470 guns that was impounded at the Tin Can Island port last week, a week after a consignment of 1,100 weapons belonging to the same firm was seized at the same port.

600,000 sign petition to overturn London Uber ban

More than 600,000 people had by Sunday signed a petition asking London transport authorities to reverse their decision not to renew Uber’s licence when it expires.

Friday’s decision to ban the ride-sharing service was “affecting the real lives of a huge number of honest and hard-working drivers” and would “show the world that London is far from being open and is closed to innovative companies,” the petition said.

Police Uncover Large Cache Of Arms In Abuja

The Nigeria Police, on Friday, revealed its operatives have uncovered a large cache of firearms in the Zuba area of Abuja. The FCT Police Commissioner, Sadiq Abubakar Bello, announced that the illegal arms were uncovered at Shenagu village of Zuba. Bello, in a statement signed by spokesperson of the Command, DSP Anjuguri Manzah, said the discovery was made after the division received intelligence report on the arms cache. 

Corruption will not seize in Nigeria until Jesus comes - Prophet Abiara

Former General Evangelist of the Christ Apostolic Church, Prophet Samuel Abiara, in an interview with Punch, revealed that corruption will not end in Nigeria anytime soon.

Asked on his view on the graft war of the current administration  he said: “There is no way corruption will end in Nigeria before Jesus Christ comes. 

Stevie Wonder Kneels Ahead of NY Performance

Musician Stevie Wonder on Saturday got down on both knees before saying a prayer for, “our planet, our future, our leaders of the world,” ahead of his performance at the 2017 Global Citizen Festival in New York. 

“Tonight, I’m taking a knee for America,” he said.

Arsene Wenger ‘hurt more’ by Kieran Gibbs exit than Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that losing Kieran Gibbs in the summer ‘hurt more’ than the departure of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Gibbs brought an end to his 13-year spell in North London when joining West Bromwich Albion in a £7m deal, having been told that he would not be offered a new contract.

Women Arrested After Fighting Over A Customer At A Joint In Lagos

The police at Ikotun Division have arrested two women and detained them at the station while the third suspect escaped, for their unruly behaviour by publicly fighting over a man for sex in Lagos. The incident happened at a popular joint at Governor’s Road by Landmog Bus Stop in Ikotun area of Lagos State.

Syrian activist and journalist daughter ‘murdered’ in Istanbul

A prominent Syrian opposition activist and her journalist daughter have been found dead in Turkey, police say.

The bodies of Orouba Barakat, 60, and her 22-year-old daughter Halla were discovered overnight in their apartment in Istanbul’s central Uskudar district, after friends raised the alarm.

Orouba’s sister, Shaza, said they had been stabbed to death.

Seven Million Litres of Booze to be Gulped at World's Biggest Beer Festival

The 184th Oktoberfest is underway in Munich, with millions of beer drinkers set to descend on the German city for the world’s biggest beer festival.

Millions of litres will be consumed in the packed beer tents over the two-week event, which was officially opened by the city’s Mayor on 17 September. The festival runs until 3 October.

It’s not only about drinking beer – there are fairground rides, musicians and parades for non-boozers.

Student Invents 'ElectroShoe' That Lets Women Electrocute Attackers

Sexual assault against women is a really big problem in India, as hardly a day goes by without a case being reported in the media. Until authorities decide to take it seriously and adopt a proactive approach, a 18-year-old teenage boy is trying to help women fight back against aggressors by literally giving them the shock of their life. 

After witnessing multiple instances of disturbing and life-changing acts of violence against women, as well as attending many protests with his mother demanding change, Siddharth Mandala, a student from Telengana, India decided he needed to do something himself. He spent years working on the “ElectroShoe”, a unique type of anti-sexual assault footwear that electrocutes attackers by inflicting 0.1 Ampere of electricity while also alerting police and family members that the wearer is in danger. All the wearer has to do is kick the perpetrator.

“I invented a patent-pending device called ElectroShoe. It can electrocute the perpetrator instantly by inflicting 0.1 Ampere of electricity, while sending an alert for assistance to cops and family members,”
 Siddharth told The Better India. “To accomplish this, I created a unique circuit board that uses footsteps to charge itself with the help of a concept called the ‘piezoelectric effect’ which I learned in my physics class. The more the user walks, the more energy is generated and stored in a rechargeable battery.”
Despite having no higher education in technology or science, Mandala valiantly attempted to develop the shoe on his own, but after suffering several shocks himself, he realized he needed to seek help from professionals. Over the years, Mandala had to pester programmers and engineers, both online and offline, in order to get the answer he needed, and admits that many were so fed up with his questions that they stopped responding.