Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Egypt carries out anal examinations in crackdown on LGBT

Egypt carries out anal examinations on people suspected of being gay to determine whether they have had anal sex. Some 33 people have been arrested since an LGBT indie group performed, in a crackdown on the homosexual community in the conservative Muslim country

Egyptian authorities have carried out anal examinations on people suspected of being gay in order to determine whether they have had anal sex.

Police arrested 22 people in the past three days as part of a crackdown on gays after a rainbow flag was raised at an indie concert, say human rights activists.

While at least 33 people have been arrested since September 23, a day after a group of activists were seen raising the pro-LGBT flag.

Michelle, Barack Obama celebrate 25th wedding anniversary

Still in love after all these years... The Obamas share a dance during the Inaugural Ball on January 20, 2009

Former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Tuesday and Michelle marked the occasion by sharing a photo along with a beautiful caption.

The former first lady took to Twitter and posted a photo from their wedding day with the caption 'Happy 25 anniversary. A quarter of a century later, you're still my best friend & the most extraordinary man I know. I (heart emoji) you.'

Gucci sued by ex-employee over sexual harassment

An ex-employee of Gucci ,Chanel Falasco is suing the giant luxury brand claiming her manager at the downtown Chicago store followed her into a storage room and pulled out his penis.

According to the suit, he also bombarded her with crude comments about her ass and gave her the nickname ... "booty."

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Woman dies after drinking herbal drugs she bought on Facebook to lighten her skin


 A Thai woman from Prae died after taking supplements sold online that were advertised as a way to get white skin and enhance breast size. But she developed kidney disease and died in her own bathroom before help could reach her.

Relatives who had arranged her 35th birthday party celebration on Friday were concerned when she didn’t show. On Sunday they took her cake to present to her at her funeral, reported Kapook.

INEC vows to proceed with Senator Dino Melaye’s recall

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The Independent National Electoral Corruption has said it will not be discouraged by the legal obstacles it is facing in the process of recalling Kogi-West lawmaker, Senator Dino Melaye.

The Chairman of INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, said this at the quarterly consultative meeting with journalists in Abuja on Tuesday.

Professor, two others jailed 40 years over N177m fraud


A Federal High Court sitting in Ibadan on Tuesday sentenced former Executive Director of the Institute of Agricultural Research and Training (I.A.R.T), Professor Benjamin Ogunmodede, and two others to 40 years imprisonment without an option of fine.

Two others are; Zackous Tejumola and Adenekan Clement.

More Boko Haram members in Ondo, suspect says

A suspected Boko Haram member arrested by the police in Ondo State, Mohammed Bashir, has revealed that more members of the sect are in hiding in the state.

Mr. Bashir was nabbed by security operatives on Sunday at Isua Akoko, in the northern senatorial district of the state and has been speaking to the police on his sojourn in the area.

Photo: Baptist church members lock out pastor over alleged embezzlement

Worshipers of  Ajegunle Baptist Church, Agbowo, Ibadan locked the church on Sunday over their Pastor’s alleged financial impropriety, improper behaviour and abuse of pulpit .

The aggrieved members under the umbrella of “Concerned Members”, are insisting that church pastor, Reverend Oyewole Oyekan leaves the church on allegations of unilaterally running the financial affairs of the church and banking the church’s money to the tune of over N4 million in his personal account.

24-Year Old Homeless Man Admits Murdering Mom & Son Who Helped Him Off The Streets

A homeless man has admitted murdering a woman he once called 'the mother he'd never had' and her 13-year-old son when he turned on them after she tried to help him off the streets.

Aaron Barley, who was fed, helped with accommodation and even given a job after Tracey Wilkinson found him on the street, pleaded guilty to killing her and her son Pierce on the first day of his trial at Birmingham Crown Court.

Ekiti State Assembly Threatens Magu Over Arrest Of Finance Commissioner, AG

The Ekiti State House of Assembly has threatened to sue the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) acting chairman, Ibrahim Magu over the arrest and detention of the State Commissioner for Finance, Toyin Ojo and the Accountant General, Yemi Owolabi.

The House of Assembly, in its letter dated October 2, 2017 and signed by the Speaker, Kolawole Oluwawole, which was delivered at the EFCC’s Abuja office Tuesday,  read;

Nigerian Woman Blasts Husband on Facebook for Abandoning Her to Marry a New Wife (Photo)

A Nigerian woman by name, Chisom Osita has cried out on Facebook after the husband allegedly abandoned her and the children to marry a new wife.

In a touching Facebook post she shared with a group called "United Nnewi Youths Movement", she revealed how the man's children have felt over the matter.

We Planned to Attack Ondo Before I was Arrested - Boko Haram Suspect Confesses

A member of the deadly Boko Haram sect, Mohammed Bashir, who was arrested by men of the Ondo State Police Command a few days ago has confessed that the sect were planning to carry out an attack in the state before he was arrested.

According to Punch, Bashir was arrested in Isua Akoko, the headquarters of the Akoko South-East Local Government Area of Ondo State and paraded before newsmen on Tuesday at the command’s headquarters in Igbatoro, Akure, the state capital.

CBS fires vice president for comments about Las Vegas shooting victims

A CBS executive has been fired after an inappropriate Facebook comment about the victims of the Las Vegas massacre.Hayley Geftman-Gold, a VP and senior counsel in strategic transactions wrote

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Unlicensed Florida doctor jailed over botched butt surgery

The ex-doctor was sentenced to serve 44 months behind bars. He will also be forced to pay $145,000 restitution to the victim of the butt implant as part of the agreement in a plea deal struck last week in Miami-Dade Circuit Court

An unlicensed doctor in south Florida was sentenced to 44 months behind bars after he gave botched butt and penis injections to two different patients 19 years after another patient died during an enlargement procedure.

Former plastic surgeon Mark Schreiber pleaded guilty to two counts of practicing medicine without a license and will also be forced to pay $145,000 restitution to the victim of the butt implant as part of the agreement in a plea deal struck last week in Miami-Dade Circuit Court, the Miami Herald reported.

Thousands Of Muslims Protest Against Isis And Terrorism In London

Thousands of Muslims marched through London to protest against Isis and other Islamist terror groups this weekend.Victims of the terror group were remembered during the peaceful march on Sunday, which also marked the start of the religious festival Ashura.

Arsene Wenger’s replacement at Arsenal identified

Burnley manager, Sean Dyche, has been tipped to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal by former Gunners striker, Ian Wright.

Wright identified Dyche as Wenger’s successor but has questioned whether the north London club would appoint him.

Zimbabwean journalist arrested for “defaming” Mugabe’s wife

A Zimbabwean journalist has been detained for writing a news story deemed insulting to the country’s first lady, Grace Mugabe, a legal aid group said on Tuesday.

Kenneth Nyangani of the privately-owned Newsday newspaper was detained late Monday, police spokeswoman, Charity Charamba, confirmed, adding that a full statement would later be issued on the case.

Resident doctors begin strike in Kaduna

Residents doctors in Kaduna State have began an indefinite strike on Tuesday over “sorry state” of healthcare facilities in state government hospitals.

Dr. Joseph Jokshan, President, Association of Resident Doctors in the state, said at a press briefing Monday night in Kaduna that the state government had not responded to any of the doctors’ demands issued 21 days ago.

Policeman storms court with Officers to remove Daughter from Trial

Policeman storms court with Officers to remove Daughter from Trial - BellaNaija

Idorenyin Akpabio, a policeman in charge of the anti-robbery unit in Uyo State, reportedly stormed a court to remove his daughter from trial.

Akwa Ibom State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Bala Elkaner, reportedly disclosed this to newsmen, and added that the state Police Commissioner, Zubairu Umar, is aware of the incident.

Tyra Banks and Erik Asla split after five years together

Splitsville: Tyra Banks, 43, has reportedly split from her partner Erik Asla (pictured in March)

Tyra Banks has reportedly split from her partner Erik Asla after five years together. The split was reportedly amicable and they will continue to co-parent their 21-month-old son, York. .

Regarding the supermodel, 43, and the photographer, a source told Page Six that: 'It came drama-free and they're co-parenting their young son.

Inside Anambra Brothel Where Female & Male Sex Workers Battle For Clients

A visit to a notorious jungle located at Nkutaku Community in the Ogbaru local government Area of Anambra State has shown that there were always good and ugly sides of a community and the security agencies appeared helpless because they seemed to be part of the system there.

This notorious place is popularly called “Kara” located along Atani Road in Ogbaru Local 
Government, very close to Uga junction in Onitsha metropolitan city.

How Igbo Man Saved Me During Civil War – Plateau Governor

​Against the backdrop of the rising tension in the country, Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State has warned against allowing the situation to degenerate into a violent conflict.

He recalled that he narrowly escaped death when an Igbo man sacrificed his life for him during the Nigerian Civil War (1967-1970) when the Biafran forces opted for secession.

Lalong said the Igbo man, who was his guardian, was brutally killed after saving his life during the crisis when he was three years old.

Mom Of Three Admits Sleeping With Friend's Son, Faces Jail

A mother-of-three who won £1,000 after competing on cooking show Come Dine With Me is back in court after she admitted having sex with her friend's teenage son.

Lucy Haughey, 37, arranged via Facebook for the schoolboy to come to her house back in June 2016.

Haughey and the teenager then had sex and she later confessed to a friend online that she was a 'bad person'.

Winners Chapel pastor, wife allegedly assault lady and an eyewitness after church service (photos)

Pastor Mr and Mrs Ojo who are presiding over a branch of Winners Chapel in Oyo town, Oyo State, have been accused of assaulting a lady in her home, just minutes after service on Sunday, 1st of October, 2017. 

According to an eyewitness who was also a victim of the assault, both attackers went to the house of the assaulted lady, with another girl known as Olaitan. The three of them beat up the lady in her house. 

“I Slept With My Daughter Nine Times For Money Rituals” – 55-Year-Old Man Confesses

An Ado-Ekiti Magistrate’s Court has remanded a 55-year-old man, Bashiru Adeyanju, in prison custody for raping his 17-year-old daughter (names withheld). Adeyanju, a resident of Irona Quarters in Ado-Ekiti timber worker, was arrested on 11th September and confessed to raping the girl nine times for money ritual.

He claimed that he committed the crime with two others who were native doctors, and wondered why the police failed to arraign his accomplices in court.

$37.7m bowl sets Chinese ceramic auction record

A visitor walks past a backlit photo of a 1,000-year-old Chinese bowl which sold for $37.7m.

A 1,000-year-old bowl from China’s Song Dynasty sold for US$37.7 million in Hong Kong on Tuesday, breaking the record for Chinese ceramics, auction house Sotheby’s said.

The small piece — which dates from 960-1127 — stole the previous record of $36.05 million set in 2014 for a Ming Dynasty wine cup which was snapped up by a Shanghai tycoon famous for making eye-watering bids.

Soldiers Shoot More Than 8 People Dead, Several Others Injured as Cameroon Anglophone Protest for Independence

Soldiers shot dead at least eight people and wounded others in Cameroon’s restless English-speaking regions on Sunday during protests by activists calling for its independence from the majority francophone nation, an official and witnesses said.

The demonstrations – on the anniversary of anglophone Cameroon’s independence from Britain – came as a months-old movement against perceived marginalisation by the francophone-dominated government gathered pace.

I am not looking for a career in boxing — Rio Ferdinand

Former Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand says his surprise move into boxing may only last one fight.

Ferdinand, who retired from football in 2015, last month announced, his decision to step into the ring and said he had ambitions of challenging for a title.

FIFA fines NFF N11million ahead of Nigeria vs Zambia

FIFA has fined Nigeria 30,000 Swiss Francs (N11,049,557), after fans invaded the pitch during a 2018 World Cup qualifier.

The game in question, is the 4-0 win over Cameroon at the Godswill Akpabio stadium in Uyo, Akwa Ibom on September 1.

FIFA Fines Germany For Nazi Chants At World Cup Qualifier

FIFA has fined the German Soccer Federation 32,000 Swiss ($33,000) because fans chanted Nazi slogans at a World Cup qualifying game in the Czech Republic.

FIFA says "improper conduct" charges against Germany included fans encroaching on the field and setting off fireworks. German officials said the offensive fans did not buy tickets through official channels for the Sept. 1 game in Prague. Germany's next away World Cup qualifier is Thursday in Northern Ireland.

Two Texas Teens Kicked Off Football Team for Kneeling During Anthem

Two Texas high school football players who tried to follow in the footsteps NBA stars,were kicked off the team after protesting the national anthem during a game Friday night.

At Friday night's game, Cedric Ingram-Lewis raised his fist while his cousin, Larry McCullough, knelt during the anthem before their game against Providence Classical.

Herbalist Abducts, Sells 5-Year-Old For N60k

A 57-year-old herbalist, Tunde Ajibolorunsoro, aka professor, has been held by the police for allegedly abducting a five-year-old girl in the Meiran area of Lagos State.

He was said to have sold the victim, Aishat Muyideen, to his neighbour, Tajudeen Makanjuola, who is also an herbalist, for N60,000.

Beautiful lady runs mad, sleeps behind Fela Shrine after completing her NYSC (Details)

The sad story of the pretty lady was shared by a Nigerian philantrophist, Kokunon Instagram. According to him, she became mentally challenged after completing her NYSC. He wrote:

I was told about a young lady who's mentally challenge just after she finish her NYSC and she as been sleeping on the street just at the back of Fela shrine...

EFCC’s arrest of commissioner, AG unlawful – Ekiti

The Ekiti State Government on Monday described the arrest of the state’s Commissioner for Finance, Mr. Toyin Ojo and Accountant General, Yemisi Owolabi, as unconstitutional and a show of executive lawlessness.

The duo were arrested on Thursday by operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over alleged misappropriation of state resources.

Panic On London Train After Man Reads Passages From The Bible (Photos)

Panicked passengers forced their way out of their rush hour train after a man read out Bible passages in the carriage. The train was just outside Wimbledon at around 8.30am, when the man started reading out phrases such as ‘death is not the end’.

Commuters became scared, and started trying to get out of the carriage as quickly as possible. As the passengers forced open the doors and climbed frantically onto the tracks, the rail power lines were cut. The train was travelling from Shepperton to Waterloo, one of London’s busiest commuter lines.

President Buhari’s Critics Want ‘Settlement’ To Keep Quiet - Presidency

The Presidency on Monday said it was unfair for the Igbo group, Ohanaeze, to blame the recent unrest in the South-East on the Federal Government.

The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, who said this in a statement in Abuja, also said many critics of President Muhammadu Buhari wanted ‘settlement’ to keep quiet .

Man dies after bumping into his wife who was 'abroad,' pregnant with another man's baby

Social Media is awash with speculation about the likely cause of death of Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) official, David Ntege, with many claiming he could have succumbed to a broken heart. 

According to a statement issued by KCCA, Ntege died at Nsambya Hospital in, Kampala, Uganda, although the statement fell short of mentioning the cause of death.

Killers of GUS winner, Hector reveal the reward they were given for carrying out the act

A robbery suspect, Mr. Ismail Adeyemi, yesterday confessed that late Gulder Ultimate Search 3, (GUS3) winner in 2006, Hector Jobarteh, was shot and killed because the gang was desperately to get some money from him.

According to Adeyemi, he and his gang members, KK and Nonso, only wanted to rob Hector and collected his money, but their trigger-happy partner, KK, shot the star dead.

Vegas Gunman Was A Multimillionaire, Owned Two Planes, Several Properties Across The US

The man who shot dead 59 people and injured 527 others in Las Vegas on Sunday night was a multimillionaire who took a huge arsenal of 23 guns into his Mandalay Bay hotel room, which he transformed into an elaborate sniper's nest before opening fire on a country music festival on Monday.

Stephen Paddock, 64, had made millions from real estate deals, according to his brother; he also owned two planes and several properties across the US, and seemed normal apart from his passion for gambling large sums.

Photos: Lagos Police Arrest 10 Robbery Suspects, Recovers 6 Stolen Cars

Lagos State Police Command through the operatives of Rapid Response Squad have arrested 10 robbery suspects that have been terrorising residents of Ayobo – Ipaja, Lagos, just as they recovered six vehicles stolen by the robbers in Onitsha, Anambra State.

Parading the suspects along with others, the state Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal, disclosed that the suspects broke into their victims houses at night, packed the items found in the cars and drove them away very early in the morning.

Police Arrest Lagos Bishop For N9m Fraud

The Lagos state police command has arrested and arraigned a Lagos Bishop at an Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court on Friday for alleged fraud.

The Bishop identified as Bankole Jefferson, was granted a bail of N1.5 million bail, after being charged with N9 million fraud. 

‘We Doubt Orji Uzor Kalu’s Paternity, He’s Mentally Unstable & An Hausa-Fulani Slave – IPOB Responds

​The Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) have reacted to former Abia state governor, Orji Uzor Kalu’s recent interview where he claimed IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, fled to London via Malaysia over fear of his safety during the Operation Python Dance exercise recently carried out by the Nigerian Military in Abia state.

Kalu in the interview, had claimed he spoke to Nnamdi Kanu’s family members who revealed to him that the outspoken IPOB leader was safe and sound in London, also saying he advised Kanu to quit his secessionist movement while he was in prison and the Igbos should rather work to bring out an Igbo president rather than create their own country.

Soccer Player Loses Testicle After Being Kicked In The Groin During Match

Soccer Player Loses Testicle After Being Kicked In The Groin During Match

A professional footballer, Marin Galic, has lost a testicle after an opposing defender kicked him in the groin during a match between FC Sloga and FC Zrinjski.

The incident happened during a Bosnia and Herzegovina Cup tie between FC Sloga and FC Zrinjski.