Thursday, 2 November 2017

Man pours acid on wife's private part for refusing him sex

A man poured acid on the private parts of his wife after she refused to have sex with him in Uttar Pradesh's Kannauj district, police said on Tuesday.

The incident happened in Behrin village of Tirva in Kannauj district. 

Station House Officer (SHO) Amar Pal Singh said a case has been lodged against the husband for victimizing and assaulting his wife and he would be arrested soon. 

Government of Zambia Gives Apostle Johnson Suleman's Pastor 48 Hours Notice to Leave Country

The Government of Zambia has given a Nigerian pastor, Pastor Augustine Oso Ebosele of Omega Fire Ministries in Lusaka 48 hours notice to leave the country.

The country said it decided not to renew the employment permit of the cleric because his conduct has divided the Omega Fire Ministries into two parties.

Footballer Obafemi Martins Donates Items To Lagos State Government

Nigerian Footballer, Obafemi Martins donated wheelchairs, crutches and hospital beds to the Lagos State Government through his foundation. Lagos state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode thanked him for this act of selfless service and commitment to giving back to his fatherland especially Lagos State.

Police arrest Onitsha publishers printing handbills for IPOB

The Anambra State Police Command on Thursday arrested two publishers in Onitsha who were allegedly printing handbills for the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra in respect of November 18 election boycott in Anambra State.

The Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr. Garba Umar, disclosed this at a press conference in his office at Amawbia, Anambra State.

Faithia Williams finally removes surname of her ex-husband, Balogun, from her name

Popular Yourba actress Faithia Williams has removed the surname of of her ex-husband, fellow popular actor Saidi Balogun from her Instagram page.

Edo Veteran Musician Regains Freedom After Being Abducted By Kidnappers

Edo musical Icon, Ambassador Osayomore Joseph who was kidnapped on the 3rd of October, 2017 has just been released. The veteran musician, Osayomore Joseph who was kidnapped shortly after he performed at the one year coronation anniversary of the Oba of Benin.

Nurse caught on video kicking special needs child

A California nurse was fired and faces potential felony child abuse charges after he was caught on video appearing to kick and pinch a special needs child.

Oscar Felix was arrested on Tuesday by Santa Ana police officers after a nanny cam video allegedly showed him abusing the 6-year-old boy he was supposed to be taking care of.

EFCC detains ex-gov Suswam over Diezani’s N23b poll cash

Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Thursday, questioned and detained former Benue Governor, Gabriel Suswam.

This move is over his role in the sharing of the state’s share of the N23 billion, which the former Petroleum Minister, Alison Madueke allegedly doled out as bribe to influence the outcome of the last presidential election.

Royal Antwerp's Joel Lobanzo, 17, dies after suffering cardiac arrest

Belgian footballer Joel Lobanzo has passed away after suffering a heart attack during training. The Royal Antwerp player died a day after collapsing during an under 19 session aged just 17.

Club doctors treated him immediately at the training centre on Tuesday night before he was transferred to hospital but tragically died on Thursday morning.

Samsung Electronics names new CFO to manage its $68 billion cash pile

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Thursday announced a new chief financial officer (CFO) to be in charge of one of Asia’s biggest corporate cash piles.

It said it would create a body within the firm to coordinate with tech affiliates.

Nigerian teacher who tried to murder a widow over £31k, jailed for 21 years

A 52-year-old Nigerian Abosede Adeyinka has been sentenced to 21-years in jail for trying to murder a 90-year-old widow by bludgeoning her over the head and stabbing her in the neck. Abosede carried out the act in an attempt to steal the woman's £31,000 savings on the evening of April 27, 2017, in the U.K.

China produced 1.26bn mobile phones in eight months – report

China produced over 1.26 billion mobile phones in the first eight months of the year, including 932 million smartphones, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.

The figures were announced at a summit on mobile innovation Thursday by Qiao Yueshan, with the ministry.

My husband is a criminal, a serial pickpocket – Woman tells court

“My husband is a criminal, a serial pickpocket; I did not know I am married to a thief,” divorce-seeking woman tells an Ibadan Customary Court.

Mary, who is married to an Ibadan-based businessman, Mr Ibrahim Gbadamosi, said he was deceived into marrying him for about 20 years unknown to her that the man is a criminal.

Liberia court delays vote hearing till Friday

Liberia’s supreme court has delayed until Friday a hearing on the country’s disputed presidential election, increasing the likelihood that an impending runoff vote will be delayed.

A court spokesman told AFP late Wednesday that the hearing, which will give the country’s electoral commission a chance to defend its handling of the first round of the elections on October 10, would not take place on Thursday as planned for procedural reasons.

Burundi bans women from playing traditional drums

Burundi’s president, Pierre Nkurunziza, has introduced strict controls over the country’s renowned drumming rituals, banning female drummers and limiting the sacred tradition to official events.

“It is strictly forbidden to those of the female sex to beat drums. They can however carry out female folk dances accompanying the drums,” read a decree seen by AFP Thursday, that was signed late last month.

Tanzania sentences 34 people to death for killing people with albinism

Tanzania’s Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) said on Thursday at least 34 people have been sentenced to death by hanging during for killing people with albinism in the country.

Beatrice Mpembo, a State Attorney from the DPP told a two-day consultative meeting to strategise on countering brutality and killings of people with albinism that the convictions were from 2006 to 2016.

Hollywood actor Dustin Hoffman accused of sexual harassment

Hollywood actor Dustin Hoffman has become the latest star to become embroiled in sexual harassment claims.

The allegation dates back more than thirty years to when the woman was a teenage intern on a film set.

Sunday Oliseh wins best coach award in Dutch second division

Former Nigeria international and Fortuna Sittard coach Sunday Oliseh has been voted the best coach in the first half of the Dutch second division this season.

Fortuna Sittard confirmed it in their verified Twitter handle.

Sergio Aguero ‘very happy’ to break Manchester City goalscoring record

Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero says he is “very happy” after becoming the club’s all-time top goalscorer.

Aguero surpassed Eric Brook’s 78-year record after scoring his 178th goal for City in all competitions.

Carlos Tevez sheds bulk in bid to win over Chinese critics

Carlos Tevez has lost several kilos in weight and wants to prove himself to sceptical Chinese fans who have booed him and labelled him “very homesick boy”, his club Shanghai Shenhua said on Thursday.

The former Argentina international has endured a turbulent 10 months in China since arriving to a hero’s welcome from Boca Juniors, missing around half the matches this season injured or unavailable.

Women have no right to hit men - Niniola

Singer Niniola has a thing or two to say about the the rising cases of domestic violence in the country.

In her words:

Anxiety as Two Sisters Disappear in Bayelsa (Photo)

The disappearance of two girls – Peace and Jennifer John , aged 12 and 14 respectively – has aroused considerable anxiety in their parents.

The parents are worried about the safety and whereabouts of the siblings , who went missing at their home on Assemblies of God Road , Agudama , Yenagoa , Bayelsa State .

Angry Street Sweepers Protest Over 7 Months Unpaid Salaries in Edo State

Some street sweepers under the Edo Waste Management Board in Benin, on Thursday, staged a protest in Government House over non-payment of their seven months salaries.

The protesters carried placards with inscriptions, “Gov. Obaseki hear our cry’’, “Pay us our money’’ and “Commissioner for Environment where is our money’’?

INTERPOL Declares Maina Wanted

International Criminal Police Organisation, INTERPOL, has declared former Chairman, Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina.
This was revealed in its letter to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. The INTERPOL letter was signed by the Commissioner of Police (INTERPOL), Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department, Olushola Kamar Subair.

FRSC Reveals More Information About Man Who Died with Alleged Married Lover Inside Car in Lagos

The Federal Road Safety Corps spokesman, Bisi Kazeem has debunked reports that a man who allegedly died alongside a purported housewife in a car in Ogba, Lagos, was an FRSC employee.

Speaking in a statement on Thursday described the reports as “falsehood, blackmail or deliberate attempt to continually attribute anything negative to the Corps”.

Anti-Corruption Agency Goes After Locals Selling UNICEF School Bags Donated To IDPs

The Kano Public Complaint and Anti-Corruption Agency, on Tuesday recovered hundreds of customized, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) School bags and mosquito nets at the famous Wambai Market in the ancient city of Kano.

Cardi B straightens her hair with a clothes iron

Cardi B has just shown us a new way to straighten hair, by using a clothes iron...

In a series of videos on her Instagram story, Cardi said“So I need to f***ing flat iron my hair, but I don’t have a flat iron, so we just gonna use this,” she said as her makeup artist Jazzmin Jordan ran the iron against the lengthy locks of Cardi’s wig.

Happy Birthday My Forever Crush! Nollywood Actor, Odunlade Adekola Hails Wife

The wife of popular Nollywood actor, Odulade Adekola is a year older today. The actor then took to IG to celebrate her, making two special posts for her. In one he wrote;

White Men Allegedly Abducted In Port-Harcourt After Attack By kidnappers

Multiple online reports have it that a group of kidnappers intercepted a police convoy carrying some foreigners at Tank Junction, Rumuokwurusi area of Port Harcourt, Rivers state.

“How Do I Tell My Neighbour She Has Staphylococcus? She Gave It To Me”

I just packed into a new house last month and things have been moving really fast for me. So much stress and I had spent a lot of money furnishing my apartment and moving stuffs. So, two weeks ago my neighbour came to my house to greet me(as new neigbour things) I was very excited because she was beautiful and around my age bracket. I told her to come in, this was around 11:00 am i offered her a drink and we were talking about so many things

Meek Mill Looking At Serious Prison Time For Violating Probation

Meek Mill is in big trouble with the law. Trouble that could land him in prison for nearly 2 years.

Meek is going to court Monday for a couple of serious probation violations in his drug and weapons case. He was arrested for fighting at a St. Louis airport in March, and arrested again in August for recklessly driving his motorcycle in NYC.

Singer Waconzy Educates Daddy Freeze On Tithe

Singer Waconzy has taken to IG to educate Daddy Freeze on tithe and here's what he said;

@daddyfreeze with due respect as my elder, i laughed so hard after watching you talk about tithes cos everything u said is 10000% RUBBISH !

GEN. 14:19–20 , GEN. 28:20–22 , LEV. 27:30–34, NUM. 18:26, DEUT. 12:5–6

Selena Gomez rocks Justin Bieber's jersey after supporting him at his hockey game

Selena Gomez wad spotted with her ex, 23-year-old Justin Bieber a fourth time this week on Wednesday night.

Father Finally Gets Reunited With Daughter 23 Years After She Was Lost in Rwanda Genocide

According to a Metro UK report, a father has finally been reunited with the daughter who was put up for adoption during Rwanda’s genocide.

Jeanette Chaiapello was mistaken for an orphan when Rwanda was gripped by the horror of the genocide.

The Day I Wept For My Son – Actor Jim Iyke Shares Interesting Story

​Lately, Jim Iykehas been in the news, as the Nollywood actor is set to commence a new reality programme, the ‘Adventurer.’

But, according to him, the hardest thing he has faced in life is being a father and having to be there always for his son.

He told Goldmyne TV, “Fatherhood is probably one of the toughest challenges in my life. Remember I don’t have a mother again.

Wizkid 'featured' in Beyonce's forthcoming EP

Wizkid is reportedly featured on Beyonce's forthcoming EP. It is being reported that  Queen Bey invited the Star Boy to collaborate on her track titled Yonce Riddim.

This is according to an alleged leaked list of the EP which also sees features from Rihanna and her husband,Jay Z.

Wife denies husband, calls him serial criminal,he calls her a prostitute

"My husband is a criminal, a serial pickpocket; I did not know I am married to a thief,” divorce-seeking woman tells an Ibadan Customary Court.

Mary, who is married to an Ibadan-based businessman, Mr Ibrahim Gbadamosi, said he was deceived into marrying him for about 20 years unknown to her that the man is a criminal.

“Neither Ibrahim nor his friends told me that he was a criminal until he was jailed at Ile-Oluji in Ondo State.

“God Brought Her For A Reason” – Musician Jazzman Olofin Shares Adorable Picture With His Daughter

Veteran musician, Jazzman Olofin posted an adorable photo of himself getting kisses from his daughter on social media.

Jazzman Olofin took to his instagram to share the adorable picture and wrote;

My Husband is a Thief, Please Separate Us – Ibadan Woman Begs Court

“My husband is a criminal, a serial pickpocket. I did not know I am married to a thief,” divorce-seeking woman tells an Ibadan Customary Court.

Mary, who is married to an Ibadan-based businessman, Mr Ibrahim Gbadamosi, said he was deceived into marrying him for about 20 years unknown to her that the man is a criminal.

FG owes Nigerian students on scholarship N2.4bn

The director in charge of scholarships at the Federal Scholarship Board has said N2.4bn is being owed Nigerian students who are studying overseas due to inadequate or lack of budgetary provisions.

The director, Fatima Ahmad, said there was an outstanding scholarship allowance to the tune of N799.8m in 2015 and 2016, out of which Ñ444.2m has been paid, leaving a balance of Ñ355.6m.

Reps Committee orders Health Minister to prepare report on Aso Rock Clinic

The House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee investigating the deplorable state of the Presidential Clinic on Thursday ordered the Minister of State, Health, Dr Osagie Ehanire to produce a detailed account of the clinic.

Ehanire while making his submission simply told members of the Committee that whatever has happened in the clinic recently was never a creation of the President Muhammadu led administration.

Court can’t stop your probe, Saraki tells Police IG

The ad hoc committee set up to probe the allegations and counter-allegations between the lawmaker representing Bauchi Central Senatorial District, Senator Isa Misau, and the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, on Thursday reported the Police boss to the Senate over his non-appearance.

Idris had, on Wednesday, failed to appear before the committee, and had written through his lawyer, Alex Iziyon (SAN), telling the panel that his appearance would be sub judice as there were pending cases in court on the matter.

Deadly Ritualist den uncovered by the Police in Iwo, Osun State (Photos)

Ritualists and fraudsters have been warned to stay off Elewonta village in Iwo, Osun State or incur a royal curse. The warning was given by the Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi after the discovery of a ritualist den in Elewonta village in Iwo, Osun State. 

This South African church baptizes people with their favorite beer (photos)

A South Africa church is currently making rounds online after its unconventional way of baptizing its faithful  with their favorite alcoholic drink instead of water hit the net.

52-year-old Bishop Tsietsi Makiti, who is the founder of the church known as Gabola and the brain behind the idea says that the congregants at the Church have also been given a go-ahead to drink alcohol during church services.

Suspect in ghost workers’ syndicate has 200 bank accounts – EFCC

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THE Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Wednesday, told an Abuja High Court that one of the nine suspects docked over allegations of inserting several ghost workers on the payroll of the Federal Government operated about 200 different accounts with banks in Abuja, while another has over 50 houses.

The defendants— Dayo, Opeyemi, Adedokun, Sylvanus, Ayodeji, Dada, Dada, Ejeh and Taiwo— were arraigned before an Abuja High Court at Apo.

I nearly joined Real Madrid, Chelsea and Liverpool – Dani Alves

Paris Saint-Germain right-back Dani Alves claims moves to Liverpool, Chelsea and Real Madrid all fell through before he joined Barcelona from Sevilla.

Alves spent the best part of six years at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan and established himself as one of Europe’s most exciting youngsters, attracting interest from all over the continent as he helped the club to win back-to-back UEFA Cup titles.

FRSC To Station Breathalysers On Highways To Detect Drivers Under The Influence Of Alcohol

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says it has stationed five breathalysers in major highways to detect any driver driving under the influence of alcohol before, during and after Yuletide.

The FRSC Lagos State Sector Commander, Hyginus Omeje, made this known to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.

Buhari Launches Appeal Fund For Fallen Soldiers

President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday launched the 2018 Emblem and Appeal Fund in Abuja for the support of Nigerian veterans and fallen heroes.

The president was accompanied to the event of the Armed Forces Remembrance Day by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, top government officials, service chiefs and the Inspector General of Police.

Selena Gomez Is Billboard’s 2017 Woman Of The Year

Selena Gomez is Billboard’s 2017 Woman of the Year. The two-time Billboard 200 chart-leader will be presented with the award Nov. 30 at the annual Women in Music dinner and awards gala, held at the Ray Dolby Ballroom in Los Angeles.