Thursday, 8 March 2018

Alfa dupes lady of N500,000 after engaging her in 1 month sex deliverance

Alfa dupes lady of N500000 after engaging her in 1-month sex deliverance lailasnews (1)

A 26-year old self-acclaimed Islamic scholar, Alfa Babatunde Samuel has been arrested for defrauding a woman to the tune N500,000 and engaging her in ‘sex deliverance’ that was to last for one month in Lagos. The incident happened at Jofolo Street in Iyana Ipaja area of Abule-Oke where the suspect took the victim for the sex deliverance.

P.M.EXPRESS reports that the deliverance started but did not last for the one month Samuel had planned after the Police at Area M Command, Idimu busted the plan and arrested Samuel.

Antonio Conte To Remain Chelsea Manager On One Condition - Source Reveals Abramovich's Decision

Billionaire oil mogul, Roman Abramovich, is set to keep his manager, Antonio Conte at Chelsea even if he reportedly failed to secure Champions League spot for next season, but on the condition that the Italian stops questioning the club’s transfer policy.
Chelsea are currently in fifth position in the Premier League, five points behind fourth-placed Tottenham with nine games remaining.

Meet The 16-Year-Old Boy Who Is Being Hailed As The Tallest Teenager In The World (Photos)

A 16-year-old British lad is being hailed as the tallest teen in the world as he stands at an incredible seven feet and four inches.
And to top it all lofty Brandon Marshall - who doctors say is still growing - has just fulfilled his sporting dream and been picked for the Welsh national basketball team. 

Photos Of 3 Notorious Ritualists Caught In Osun State

The Osun state police command on Wednesday paraded three suspected ritualists terrorizing residents of the state. The ritualists led the Osun State Police Commissioner, Olafimihan Adeoye and other top officers of the command to their shrine in Ilase-Ijesha.
The ring leader of the ritualistic gang, Afolabi Ganiyu, popularly called Ifatoki, gave an insight into how they used to carry out their heinous operation, before they met their waterloo.

Mourinho right to drop Pogba, says Silvestre

Paul Pogba deserved to be dropped by Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, according to the club’s former defender Mikael Silvestre.

Pogba was left on the bench for last month’s Champions League game at Sevilla, with Scott McTominay preferred, although the France international came on as a first-half substitute due to Ander Herrera’s injury.

Man City Were Really, Really Poor In Defeat To Basel – Guardiola

Pep Guardiola admitted Manchester City were “really, really poor” as they slumped to their first home defeat in 15 months at the hands of Basel.

The runaway Premier League leaders were beaten 2-1 by the Swiss side after making six changes for the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie on Wednesday.

South Africa’s Ramaphosa assures Moody’s on land reform

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa told ratings agency Moody’s on Wednesday that a drive to expropriate land without compensation would be done in a way that would not harm the economy or food security, the presidency said on Wednesday.
Land ownership remains a highly emotional subject more than two decades after apartheid’s demise. Now the ruling African National Congress (ANC) is aiming to change the constitution to allow white-owned property to be taken without payment, for redistribution to landless blacks.

Porto Want Iker Casillas Renewal

FC Porto president Pinto da Costa would like former Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas to renew his contract with the club.

Casillas joined the Portuguese giants from Madrid in 2015 and while his contract expires in June, the club have now indicated they would like him to remain beyond the summer.

France will name, shame firms that pay women less –Macron

France will “name and shame” employers who pay women less than men, President Emmanuel Macron said in comments marking International Women’s Day on Thursday.
“We are going to put in place a system … that will allow us to name the businesses where the law is least respected and where checks show the greatest salary gaps,” Macron said.

CCT adjourns Bukola Saraki’s trial indefinitely

CCT adjourns Bukola Saraki’s trial indefinitely

The Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) on Thursday adjourned indefinitely the trial of Senate President, Bukola Saraki.

Nasarawa chief judge threatens sanction of officers who delay cases

Chief Judge of Nasarawa State, Justice Suleiman Dikko, has threatened to sanction Magistrates and Area Court Judges who unnecessarily delay cases and remand accused persons indefinitely in custody.

Dikko gave the warning on Thursday at Keffi Prison at the continuation of his four-day working tour of prisons across the state.

UN condemns DR Congo violence, wants elections on Dec 23

The UN Security Council condemned violence during nationwide protests in Democratic Republic of Congo last month against President Joseph Kabila’s extended rule and called on all parties on Wednesday to ensure that a long-delayed presidential election takes place on December 23.

Kabila’s mandate ended in December 2016 and he agreed to set an election by the end of 2017, but DRC’s election commission said the vote couldn’t be held until the end of this year.

MTN announces $279 million annual profit

MTN Group, Africa’s biggest mobile phone operator, returned to annual profit in 2017 in the absence of one-off charges related to a $1.1 billion Nigerian fine.

Headline earnings totalled 3.3 billion rand ($278.82 million), or 182 cents per share, in the year ended December, compared with a loss of 1.4 billion rand, or 77 cents per share, a year earlier, South Africa-based MTN said on Thursday.

President Buhari Receives The Original FIFA World Cup Trophy In Abuja (PHOTOS)

President Muhammadu Buhari has received the original FIFA World Cup Trophy ahead of the 2018 Football World Cup, CHAN Super Eagles Team and Bobsleigh Winter Olympic Team in State House on 7th Mar 2018..

Fake US Dollars Equivalent To N490 Million Recovered From Criminals (Photos)

Operatives of the Police Force Niger state command have paraded 48 suspects who were arrested for crimes such as kidnapping, armed robbery, car snatching, cattle rustling and fabrication of locally made prohibited/illegal firearms. They have confessed to the various criminal roles they played in the commission of the crime.

The suspects are reported to have been terrorizing the FCT, Niger, Kaduna, Plateau, Katsina, Nasarawa and Zamfara states before their capture. 

Appeal Court reserves ruling on Kashamu’s extradition

The Court of Appeal, Lagos Division, has reserved judgment in the appeal filed by the Federal Government seeking the extradition of the senator representing Ogun East, Buruji Kashamu, to the United States of America.

The Federal Government claimed to have received a request by the US Government to deliver Kashamu up for prosecution for his alleged role in an illicit drug deal in the US.

Plot to impeach Senate president, destabilize senate thickens

The Senate Thursday raised concerns over underground plots to impeach the Senate president, Abubakar Bukola Saraki and destabilize the leadership of the upper chamber by some disaffected members.

Senator Obinna Ogba representing Ebonyi north under order 43 alerted the Senate of surreptitious moves to cause crisis in the Senate.

Benue Killings: Enough Of This War, Life Is Sacred — David Mark

FORMER Senate President, Senator David Mark, has pleaded that enough of the killings in Benue State and other parts of the country against the backdrop that life is sacred.

In a statement, yesterday, by his Media Assistant, Paul Mumeh, Mark described as sad and frustrating, the unabating killings in parts of Benue State despite repeated peace moves between the indigenes and the herdsmen in the state.

Junior high school pupil allegedly dies after taking Tramadol

Junior high school pupil allegedly dies after taking Tramadol lailasnews 4

A Junior Secondary School pupil at Ohafia in Arochukwu Local Government of Abia State has been reported dead after allegedly consuming 10 tablets of Tramadol.

This statement was made by the Commandant of National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) Mr. Akindele Akingbade.

Dangote loses N2 billion monthly to Apapa traffic jam

Dangote loses N2 billion monthly to Apapa traffic jam Lailasnews

The Management of Dangote Group says its sugar and salt companies lose about N 2 billion naira monthly to the perennial traffic gridlocks on Apapa Port roads every month. The company’s traffic Manager, Mr  Mohammadu Rabiu, revealed this at a stakeholders meeting called at the instance of the Western Naval Command of the Nigerian Navy in Lagos.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the meeting was aimed a finding a lasting solution to the chaotic traffic situation in the area.

Armed youths and traders clash over stolen beer in Edo state

Armed youths and traders clash over stolen beer in Edo state lailasnews

Some youths, suspected to be cult members, clashed with some traders at the Ekiosa Market in Benin, Edo State. No fewer than six other persons were reportedly injured during the fracas.

But the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Johnson Kokumo, said no one was killed during the clash.

Man chops off son’s hand after he refuses to stop watching porn

Man chops off son’s hand after he refuses to stop watching porn lailasnews 3

A man has reportedly chopped off his son’s hand in Hyderabad on Monday. The teenage boy was allegedly getting addicted to pornography on his smartphone despite repeated warnings from his father.

The man identifid as Mohammad Qayyum Qureshi (45), a butcher by profession of Jalpalli colony in Pahadishareef area in the old city, surrendered to the police stating that he had chopped off the right hand (between wrist and elbow) of his son, Mohammad Khalid Qureshi (18), who works as an assistant at a local cable television operator.

Actor Yomi Fabiyi accuses instablog9ja of evading service of court summons

Nollywood actor, Yomi Fabiyi, via a social media post has accused a popular Instagram news handle, Instablog9ja, of evading court summons. The drama between the both of them started towards the end of 2017 when a lady identified as Eniola Omoshalewa Eunice accused the actor of demanding for sex before he could feature her in a mvoie. On her Instagram page, she wrote,

UK government to build prison in nigeria to transfer prisoners from britain

The UK government have drawn up plans to build a prison in Nigeria to enable the government to transfer prisoners from Britain.

The proposed 112-bed wing, built to United Nations specifications in the Kiri Kiri prison in Lagos, is to be built as part of a compulsory prisoner transfer agreement.

It will cost just under £700,000, according to a statement submitted to Parliament by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Wednesday evening.

Lady Claimed She Was Hypnotized After Going Missing For Days In Delta State

A lady who was declared missing some days ago in Sapele area of Delta state has been found. The lady identified as Agbanga Avwerosuo Excel left her home in Ogorode road, Sapele on Monday, March 5th to get her voter’s card at the INEC office in the area and didn’t return home. Her phone was said to have been switched off.

This threw her family into panic as they began searching for her both online and offline.

Meghan Markle baptised ahead of royal wedding in church of England

U.S. actress Meghan Markle has been baptized by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the spiritual head of the Church of England, ahead of her royal wedding in May to Britain’s Prince Harry.
The 45-minute ceremony conducted by Justin Welby, spiritual head of the Anglican communion of millions of Christians globally, took place at the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace in London on Tuesday.

Forbes keeps Saudis off billionaires list after corruption purge

Forbes magazine said on Thursday it was excluding all Saudi Arabian tycoons from its annual list of the world’s richest people after dozens of top businessmen from the oil-rich-kingdom were detained in a crackdown on corruption last year.
Most detainees were released after reaching settlements with the authorities, who say they arranged to seize more than 100 billion dollars in assets through such deals.

IBB University ASUU begins warning strike

The Academic Staff Union (ASUU) of IBB University Lapai, has embarked on a one week warning strike over non-payment of N530 million accrued academic allowances.

Dr Salahu Lawal, the ASSU Chairman of the institution said in an interview in Lapai on Thursday that the strike was also a protest over other unresolved issues.

Zamfara governor’s media aide dies at 67

The death has occurred of Malam Bello Samai’la, the Director-General, Media and Communications to Governor Abdul’aziz Yari of Zamfara.

Bello, aged 67, died at his residence in Gusau at about 1:00 am on Thursday and will be buried by 11:00 am.

It is not a sin to think about sex – Relationship expert

It is not a sin to think about sex - Relationship expert lailasnews 3

A motivational speaker and relationship expert Amara Blessing Nwosu, has made a controversial statement that might not go well with some religious people. According to her, it is not a sin for an individual to think about sex.

The relationship experts explains that as a human being, the mind has the ability to think about anything at anytime, even that which you don’t purpose to bear in mind. But it is normal when sexual thoughts flash through one’s mind, she said.

Serial rapist jailed for 72 years, he begs for death sentence instead

Serial rapist jailed for 72 years, he begs for death sentence instead lailasnews 3

A court on Thursday sentenced a 31-year-old serial rapist, Charles Magombedze to 72 years in prison. But the rapist instead requested for a death sentence.

The regional magistrate Dambudzo Malunga had earlier sentenced Magombedze of Chikova Village in Masvingo Province to 78 years in prison but conditionally suspended six years.

Husband plans to marry new wife 2 months into marriage, wife burns home

Husband plans to marry new wife 2 months into marriage, wife burns home lailasnews 3

A woman identified as Aisha has reportedly burnt her husband’s house after the man told her of his plans to marry a new wife just 2 months into their marriage.

Daily Sun gathered that the husband, whose name was given as Yanusa, who is living very close to Ali Bagudo’s house, Badariya area, Birnin-Kebbi, lost his first wife last year and only married Aisha in February this year.

You won’t believe how much it cost to produce the Wedding Party 2

You won't believe how much it cost to produce the Wedding Party 2 Lailasnews 3

The Managing Director of FilmOne Distribution Company, one of the Executive Producers of the movie, Kene Mkparu, has disclosed that it cost a whopping N300million to produce the movie Wedding Party 2 – Destination Dubai.

The WP2 which was released on December 15, 2017, has raked in over N500m within the six weeks of its release in cinemas, making it the highest-grossing Nollywood film ever.

I can’t remember the number of people I have defrauded – Mother Of 5

A woman has been arrested in Abeokuta, Ogun State by the Ogun State Police Command for allegedly colluding with robbers to dupe passengers in the state.

The 45-year-old mother of five identified as Ashile Basirat was paraded at the Police Headquarters in Eleweran, Abeokuta.

High office didn’t change you - Tinubu writes Osinbajo

Bola Tinubu, national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has written a letter to Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo in commemoration of his 61st birthday.
Describing the nation’s number two citizen as someone who is committed to justice and fairness, Tinubu said Osinbajo has remained humble despite holding a high office.
Tunde Rahman, spokesman of the APC leader, made the content of the letter public on Thursday.

"Why Ghana Does Not Deserve To Celebrate Independence Day" - Actor John Dumelo

Some days was Ghana’s Independence Day and various congratulatory messages was received, but not all of its citizens are happy like actor, John Dumelo.

The actor took to his instagram page to share his views why Ghana don't deserve to celebrate independence, say caption below....

Tobi resigned before going to BBNaija, Heritage Bank clarifies

The management of Heritage Bank has clarified the news circulating among Big Brother Naija viewers that a housemate, Tobi Bakre, is a staff of the financial institution.

In a statement released on their official social media handles, Heritage Bank, said that they were aware that people had been linking the three-time #DoubleWahala head of house with the organization.

Neighbour allegedly steals woman’s ATM CARDS, empties her pension and investment accounts

A 30-year-old man, Obinna Otigba, who allegedly stole his neighbour’s two ATM cards and withdrew N2m from her accounts, on Thursday appeared before an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court.
The accused was arraigned before Magistrate O.J. Awope on two counts of stealing and illegal conversion of property for personal use.

Church gifts $125,000 to worshippers [video]

Members of Preston Meadows Lutheran church in Plano, Texas, got a big surprise during service when each family represented got a cheque that can be spent however needed.
As if that was not enough the pastor, Paul Mussachio gave strict instructions that the money should be not be given back to the church but should be used at their discretion.

He says that he hopes the worshippers will be a blessing to others and also spread some good around North Texas.

We’ll soon start selling properties of companies who don’t pay tax - Fowler

Babatunde Fowler, executive chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), says the federal government is processing court documents that will allow it sell properties of companies who have been evading taxes.
Speaking on a Channels Television programme on Wednesday, Fowler said the N20 billion realised from the voluntary assets and income declaration scheme (VAIDS) was paid by 262 people.

Kenya can’t account for $400 million of public fund - Report

Kenya’s government cannot account for $400 million in public funds, according to a damning report from the auditor general highlighting the country’s failure to crack down on graft and misuse of state resources.
The report for the 2015/2016 financial year describes a litany of misspending and poor accounting under President Uhuru Kenyatta, who is several months into a second term after an election in which he again vowed to tackle graft.

Pay divide unsettles Gunners

Arsenal players are unsettled by the growing pay divide between the majority of the Gunners squad and the club’s recent big signings, talkSPORT reports.
According to a report in The Times, the team spirit at the club is being ‘tested’ by unrest in the dressing room.
Arsenal’s first-team stars have all been paid similar wages in the past, which has contributed to the financial wellbeing of the club.

Housemaid Beats Boss Blue-Black In Lagos

Doctors at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja, are battling to save the life of a civil servant in the state, identified only as Mistura, after she was allegedly attacked by her maid in the Ejigbo area.

Punch Metro learnt that Mistura had been in a coma since Monday, March 5, 2018, when she was attacked with blended pepper and a wine bottle by the maid, identified as Susan Samson.

2010 Independence Day Bombing: Charles Okah Sentenced To Life Imprisonment

Charles Okah has been sentenced to life imprisonment for his role in the 2010 Independence Day bombing in Abuja.

Charles, the younger brother of Henry Okah, was sentenced by the Federal High Court in Abuja yesterday evening. He was sentenced alongside Obi Nwabueze, his co-accused for the crime.

Truck Drivers Get 48hrs To Vacate Lagos Bridges

Truck drivers yesterday got a 48 hours deadline to clear off Lagos bridges. The military and the State Government issued the ultimatum  during a stakeholders meeting  at the Apapa Headquarters of the Western Naval Command (WNC).

At the meeting  were the Flag Officer Commanding (FOC) WNC, Rear Admiral Slyvanus Abbah; Permanent Secretary (PS), Lagos State Ministry of Transport, Dr. Taiwo Salau; Commander, 9 Brigade, Nigerian Army (NA), Brig.-Gen. Adiku Attu; Base Commander, Nigerian Air Force  (NAF), and Air Commodore Mike Olatunji.

Land Use Charge: Outrageous Amount In Circulation Unfounded, Based On Arrears – LASG

The Lagos State Government on Wednesday clarified the figures circulating in the media on the rate for the newly reviewed Land Use Charge Law of 2018, saying many of the numbers were based on several years of arrears on the levy not paid by affected property owners.
Speaking at a news briefing held at the Bagauda Kaltho Press Centre in Alausa, Ikeja, the State’s Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr Kehinde Bamigbetan said there were so many misconceptions and misinformation about the new law, adding that the law was a progressive enactment duly made by the House of Assembly and handed over to the Executive for implementation in the overall interest of the people.

NANS Threatens Fayose Over Prolonged EKSU Strike

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has issued a 72-hour ultimatum to Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose to resolve issues that led to the closure of the State University (EKSU) in the past three months.

Lecturers at EKSU and the College of Education at Ikere-Ekiti are on strike in protesting their unpaid eight-month salary arrears.

Chinese Man Arrested With N1.73bn Pangolin Scales In Lagos. Photos

Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) yesterday arrested a Chinese, Mr. Li Chaomin, in connection with pangolin scales with a duty paid value (DPV) of N1.73 billion. The banned items, which were packed in 329 sacks, were impounded at Opebi area of Ikeja in Lagos.

However, Chaomin said that he got approval from Chinese government to export the banned goods from Nigeria.

Gov Ambode Receives Nigerian World Record Holder In Longest Reading Marathon.

Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode on Wednesday, March 7, 2018, received a Nigerian, Bayode Treasures-Olawunmi who set a new Guinness World Record in longest reading marathon. Bayode, who was received by the Governor at Lagos House, Alausa, Ikeja alongside top government officials, had set the new record under the Read Aloud project co-sponsored by Lagos State Government, Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB), Tagheuer, among others.

United Kingdom To Pay For £700,000 Prison Wing In Nigeria

The United Kingdom is to pay for a new wing in one of Nigeria’s largest prisons to help expedite the transfer of offenders from British jails. Up to £700,000 will be spent on a 112-bed annex in Kiri Kiri prison in the country’s largest city Lagos.

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said it would enable eligible Nigerian inmates serving time in the UK to return home to complete their sentences.