3 Apr 2017

Omg! Nollywood actress, Dayo Amusa survives car crash along Ibadan-Ijebu Road (video)

Nollywood actress, Dayo Amusa had  close shave with death yesterday along the Ibadan-Ijebu road.

According to her narration, 'GOD is mighty! I can't find enough words to describe what happened yesterday, we were on our way back from the PATHETIC movie premiere in Ibadan. The journey started well, but unfortunately we had a slight mishap just half way Ibadan-Ijebu Road.  And Fortunately, God in his infinite mercy took control of the car perfectly as no one of us was injured. We received Grace, we are strong. And thanks to God Almighty' - See a video from the accident scene below...

Update! See The Faces Of Four Ladies Having S*x With Man Who Died During The Act In Lagos

A 29-yr-old man, Olanimu Babatunde, also known as Kokomaster, died of exhaustion after having an all-night s*x romp with no fewer than four ladies in his house on Thomas Street, Lagos Island.

His s*x partners, now answering questions on the man’s curious death from the police, claimed that they never knew Olanimu was dead until around 4am on the fateful day when they realized he no longer responded to their touch.

“We thought he was enjoying it, so we were taking turns and just having fun. It was when we realized he was no longer responding that we screamed,” one of the suspects told the police.

An eyewitness identified as Jide, who rushed to the scene when he heard the girls screaming, said: “The girls, who were already intoxicated at that time, said they thought he was enjoying it, so they kept going on taking turns and just having fun. It was when they noticed that he wasn’t breathing that they started screaming.

“People rushed into the deceased’s apartment to find the four undressed girls and his lifeless body. They immediately alerted the police, who came few minutes later to arrest the suspects.”

Check out Actress Mercy Johnson sworn into office as Senior Special Adviser to Kogi state governor

Nollywood actress, Mercy Johnson-Okojie was sworn into office today as the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello, on Entertainment, Arts and Culture. She was sworn in along with 53 others. See more photos below...



27yrs Old Nigerian Footballer Killed Outside A Nightclub In UK

A Nigerian amateur footballer, Henry Ayabowei, popularly known as Henry Esin, has died after an attack at a Welsh nightclub.

The 27-year-old father of two was found unconscious outside Peep nightclub in Bangor by police on Saturday. He was rushed to Stoke hospital for treatment at their special trauma unit.

Sadly, he died in hospital on Sunday and has been remembered by friends and teammates as a "respected young man".


Update! Stephanie Otobo Presents Original Screen Of Her Topless Facetime Chat With Apostle Suleman​

Stephanie Otobo, a Canadian singer who accused popular Nigerian priest Apostle Johnson Suleman of impregnating her and later trying to kill her.

 Earlier today, she provided more evidence to buttress her allegations that Apostle Suleman has communications with her during a yearlong sexual frolic that saw the Apostle flying her all over the world for sex.

One of the numerous facetime chats happened On October 19, 2016, at 5:26 PM according to the timestamp on the phone. Ms. Otobo was arrested in Nigeria last month and framed by policemen acting in concert with the priest. She was slammed with terrorism and extortion charges after she was detained for several days.


Upon returning to Canada, Suleman has ratcheted up his attacks on Ms. Otobo using the media and members of her family to ridicule her position.

Two weeks ago, Suleman ferried Ms. Otobo's mother to his church in Auchi Edo state.

In a well-choreographed session; he got the woman to ask him to "forgive her daughter" and move on. After agreeing to do so before his large congregation, he backtracked and instructed his lawyers to file N1billion suit against Ms. Otobo.


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Update! Why I Will Not Speak On Stephanie Otobo’s Allegation Now – Apostle Suleman

Johnson Suleman, the clergyman accused by a Canada-based Nigerian woman of having amorous relationship with her, on Sunday, declined to speak on the allegation, saying he would only “open up” at the appropriate time.

PREMIUM TIMES met Mr. Suleman, the founder of Omega Fire Ministry, OFM, in his Auchi, Edo State office for about 20 minutes shortly after a church service that lasted about four hours. Our reporters joined the service midway, where Mr. Suleman spoke about the need for unity in the body of Christ in his sermon.

The cleric, who said he was rushing to the Benin airport to catch a flight to Cyprus and Turkey for religious crusades, pleaded with PREMIUM TIMES to be excused from commenting on the matter because it would be subjudicial to speak on it.


This newspaper had on Saturday interviewed Ms. Otobo’s mother, Bukky, at her Sapele, Delta State base.

The light-complexioned woman had said during the interview that she travelled to Auchi to beg Mr. Suleman because her daughter had been manipulated by lawyers.

She had said, “I did that because of my daughter, (and) because I am a mother. The way I am seeing her is not the way I brought her up. And all those her character is not giving me happiness which I want to put an end to. That is why I went to Auchi.”

He assured that he would speak to PREMIUM TIMES because of the newspaper’s credibility.

He thereafter offered to take a group photograph with the newspaper’s reporters in his palatial office.

Apart from veiled references to the matter during church services, Mr. Suleman has not publicly reacted to the allegations in the media.

His publicists, Phrank Shaibu, had however issued several statements denying the alleged illicit affair with Ms. Otobo.

Ms. Otobo was recently re-arraigned by the police for alleged blackmail, threat to life, conspiracy, and intent to steal from Mr. Suleman.

She was arraigned alongside her associate, Wisdom Godstime, before Magistrate Kikelomo Bukola-Ayeye of the Tinubu Magistrates’ Court in Lagos. Ms. Otobo and her co-defendant pleaded not guilty to the charges.

They were granted bail in the sum of N100,000 each. The case was then adjourned to April 27 for commencement of trial.

This development comes a week after Ms. Otobo formally filed a petition asking the police to investigate multiple allegations against the preacher.

In a letter to the Lagos State Police Commissioner, she accused Mr. Suleman of illegal procurement of abortion, threat to life, and attempted murder.

Ms. Otobo’s petition came days after she told journalists at a press conference that her relationship with Mr. Suleman ended after the preacher began to insist he wanted a sexual activity that involved a threesome.

See Nigerian self acclaimed millionaire, Kola Olootu caught begging for money on Gofundme

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Nigerian presenter, Kola Olootu who claims to be an Ibadan indigene can be seen on Gofundme begging for money. It's obvious he is not originally from because Ibadan indigene have pride and self respect. This man has constantly said derogatory remarks about Esabod for no just cause. He came forward antagonizing because he's in support of his fellow cohorts on social media. 

This so called presenter has been disrespecting Esabod on social media of flaunting a lavish lifestyle but goes on Gofundme to beg for money. Esabod is offering to help Kola Olootu financially since his situation has worsen. He should be ashamed of himself to have disrespected Esabod constantly on social media but yet desperately begging for money. It's obvious this man is cursed which resulted to his house getting burnt unexpectedly. His fellow cohorts can't even help him nor support him financially.

Kola Olootu doesn't deserve any donations because he is paying for his evil deeds, he is doomed! Below is a photo of him on Gofundme...

Lady Bleaches Her Baby’s Skin To Convince Her Boyfriend He's The Father

A 19-year old girl from Limpopo in South Africa has been arrested for bleaching her baby in a bid to convince her doubting light-skinned boyfriend that he's the father.

When the lady, Tinyiko Mkhesani, was pregnant her light-skinned boyfriend told her that he didn’t trust her and that if the baby came out a few shades darker, he was not the father.

Since the guy worked away from home, she always filtered the baby’s pictures to look light skinned whenever he requested for them.

The plot thickened when the guy eventually said he was returning home.

Out of desperation, the girl started bleaching the baby’s skin intensively for 4 days using a cream known as Movate to make the baby lighter so as to impress the father.

Unfortunately the baby’s soft skin couldn’t take the harsh chemicals of the bleach product and started peeling off.

Tinyiko’s mother forced her to take the baby to the hospital where she was forced to explain what had happened and the police were informed.

The misguided lady is now in police custody while the baby is being treated for the bleach wounds.

21-year-old Nigerian Mo Adeniran wins The Voice UK

21-year-old UK born Nigerian Mo Adeniran was last night crowned the winner of the The Voice UK 2017 during the show’s finale.

Mo, who works night shifts at a hotel, beat other contestants with his rendition of Iron Sky which had the judges turning their chairs. His victory left him in shock while his mentor, Jennifer Hudson, burst into tears of joy.


“Thank you everyone at home, I just want to say thank you to Jennifer and all the coaches. An amazing thank you to the most phenomenal person I have ever met, thank you Jennifer,” Mo said after he was announced winner.
Mo also won a record deal with Polydor Records and the company congratulated him via their Twitter account. 
“CONGRATS TO @imjustcalledmo FOR WINNING THE VOICE UK! We'll be seeing you soon,” they wrote.





Below is the video of his rendition of Iron Sky.

Before she became pregnant with me, my mother was married to her first husband for 20 years without a child - Ebenezer Obey

Evangelist Ebenezer Obey, who turned 75 years on Sunday has revealed that before he and his sister were born, his mother, a hardworking cloth seller was married to her first husband for 20 years and never got pregnant.
In the exclusive interview published by The Guardian, titled "Ebenezer Obey marks 75th birthday with music, foundation and training Institute" he narrated the story of his birth, growing up in Idogo, a farming settlement in Ogun State, spoke glowingly about his mother, whom he love more than his father, among other issues.
So, the family of the man called my mother’s family and spoke to them.
 ‘Well, they have both tried for 20 years, no issue. While we love Iyawo, we want both of them to go their separate ways and try their luck’. They want their son to marry another woman and they want my mother to go. So for a woman who loves her husband, it was a shock, and that was too much for my mother to bear. And when my mother’s relations saw her situation, she was crying, all the time, they told her to go to Idogo and hide her head. Her two elders brothers were living in Idogo then. That was what took my mother to Idogo.
“On getting to Idogo, my father proposed to marry my mother and God answered their prayers. The woman, who never got pregnant before became pregnant with my late sister, then myself. My father later left Idogo. He wanted my mother to go with him but my mother said, ‘no, Idogo is a place where God covered my nakedness, when they said I couldn’t have an issue.’ So, she stayed there. But the fact is that my mother was coming to Lagos for maternity care (while pregnant with me) because at the time, there was no hospital in Idogo. And that was why I was born in Lagos at Mercy Street Hospital. By birth I am a Lagosian and immediately, my mother took me back to Idogo. I grew up in Idogo, schooled in Idogo; my everything, music everything, career, started there. That is why I say that I am a Nigerian. God has given me the whole world as my territory. My parents are from Ogun State, both of them from Abeokuta. I was born in Lagos, taken back to Idogo and grew up in Idogo. That is my story.
On why he tends to love his mother more than his father, Obey revealed
“Let me say this, I love my father and I love my mother. But I love my mother more. The reason is this. When my father was leaving Idogo, he left my sister and I with my mother as babies. He had two other wives; so, he came to Lagos to meet his other two wives. He never came back a day to say, let me go and see my two children and my wife. I didn’t know my father until I was seven years old. But yet, I love my father, I did everything for my father. I built a house for him. I made him happy. And I equally made my mother happy. But I cannot forget the women who paid my school fees, the caring and all that she did was something that I can never forget.
“The woman came to this world just to live for her children. I don’t think I have ever seen any woman like that. Her everything was for her children. I saw that, I knew that, I cherish that, I appreciate that. I gave my father every good thing of life, took good care of him and we joked about it: ‘Daddy, why did you do that?’ And he said he knew my mother was very industrious, that anything she laid her hand upon succeeded. He knew that my mother would take care of us because he knew my mother’s interest was about her children. But we joked about it that that was not enough.
Read the full interview below: 

I wonder which name you are most comfortable with, Chief Commander or Evangelist Ebenezer Obey?
They are both valid.

Congratulations on your 75th birthday What shape is the celebration going to take?

To clock 75 on earth is a thing of joy. It is by the mercy of God to attain this stage and it calls for thanking God and appreciating His goodness in one’s life. So, it calls for celebration and we kick-started the birthday activities with a police post that I built in Idogo, in Yewa South Local Government, Ogun State, where I grew up, where everything about me started. We started it last Thursday, March 23 and the main event comes up tomorrow, Monday, April 3, which happens to be my birthday, in Abeokuta. The church service will be starting by 10am to 12noon. King Sunny Ade will perform among many other artistes. Immediately after that, we are going to have the reception and launching of the Ebenezer Obey Music Foundation and Training Institute. It will be affiliated to Olabisi Onabanjo University in Ogun State. It is a youth empowerment and training institute. That is how we are going to celebrate.
The foundation will be endowing a chair in the university?
Yes.
Will it involve all kinds of music since you are mostly gospel?
It is not going to be restricted to gospel music, but music generally because if it is limited to gospel music it will be limited to a few people. I want people to benefit from the institute. Whatever they gain or after the training, people who want to specialise in gospel music can adapt to that. We don’t want it to be limited to gospel music so that others can benefit.

Because it is an endowment, does it mean that anybody who gets in will study for free?
No, the board of trustees is working out the best way for the training institute. It is something that I want to be sustained even after I might have gone. I am looking for something that will last long.

Like leaving a legacy?
Yes; so, that is why the board of trustees is putting everything together. The one that is going to be in Abeokuta will not stop us from having endowments in other universities as well. That may be specific scholarships. It is to spread my good gesture and my intention to such lives.
Just now you mentioned building a police post in Idogo. One would have expected you would say something like a hospital or school. Why a police post?
Well, it depends on circumstances. I do other things in the community there but I host the police post in my house in the town. I gave them an apartment that they were using for the police post free of charge. But the police asked for a place of their own not attached to a house. Idogo happens to be very close to the border. Left to the people of Idogo, they are not troublesome people; they are peaceful people. But notwithstanding, the security of our property and people is important. So, they don’t want the police post to continue in my house and if there is no police post, they want to move the police from Idogo back to Ilaro. Then the police would be coming from Ilaro to see to the security of that place. I know that that also is not good. It would have been okay if a police post had never been there before. For that reason, I saw it as a need and because there was a need, I provided that.

What is the true story of your birth? Where were you born and where did you grow up?

The true story of my life is this: I am a Nigerian (laughter). Number one. And as a Nigerian, God has given me the whole territory of performances where my message has been accepted. I operate from Nigeria, then go international. I have been to almost of every part of the world, and even in Nigeria. My music is all over the four corners of Nigeria. But I am more frequent in the South West. I go on tour in the north, and South East. Like I said, the entire world is my territory. Still on my origin, both my parents, my mother and my father, are from Abeokuta. My father is an Egba man and my mother is an Owu woman, but they left Abeokuta to Idogo. My father was a carpenter and my mother was a cloth seller, very industrious. So, it took my mother several years, almost 20 years in her first husband’s house and she was never pregnant.
So, the family of the man called my mother’s family and spoke to them. ‘Well, they have both tried for 20 years, no issue. While we love Iyawo, we want both of them to go their separate ways and try their luck’. They want their son to marry another woman and they want my mother to go. So for a woman who loves her husband, it was a shock, and that was too much for my mother to bear. And when my mother’s relations saw her situation, she was crying, all the time, they told her to go to Idogo and hide her head. Her two elders brothers were living in Idogo then. That was what took my mother to Idogo.
On getting to Idogo, my father proposed to marry my mother and God answered their prayers. The woman, who never got pregnant before became pregnant with my late sister, then myself. My father later left Idogo. He wanted my mother to go with him but my mother said, ‘no, Idogo is a place where God covered my nakedness, when they said I couldn’t have an issue.’ So, she stayed there. But the fact is that my mother was coming to Lagos for maternity care (while pregnant with me) because at the time, there was no hospital in Idogo. And that was why I was born in Lagos at Mercy Street Hospital. By birth I am a Lagosian and immediately, my mother took me back to Idogo. I grew up in Idogo, schooled in Idogo; my everything, music everything, career, started there. That is why I say that I am a Nigerian. God has given me the whole world as my territory. My parents are from Ogun State, both of them from Abeokuta. I was born in Lagos, taken back to Idogo and grew up in Idogo. That is my story.

You tend to mention your mum more; you want to tell us why?
Let me say this, I love my father and I love my mother. But I love my mother more. The reason is this. When my father was leaving Idogo, he left my sister and I with my mother as babies. He had two other wives; so, he came to Lagos to meet his other two wives. He never came back a day to say, let me go and see my two children and my wife. I didn’t know my father until I was seven years old. But yet, I love my father, I did everything for my father. I built a house for him. I made him happy. And I equally made my mother happy. But I cannot forget the women who paid my school fees, the caring and all that she did was something that I can never forget.
The woman came to this world just to live for her children. I don’t think I have ever seen any woman like that. Her everything was for her children. I saw that, I knew that, I cherish that, I appreciate that. I gave my father every good thing of life, took good care of him and we joked about it: ‘Daddy, why did you do that?’ And he said he knew my mother was very industrious, that anything she laid her hand upon succeeded. He knew that my mother would take care of us because he knew my mother’s interest was about her children. But we joked about it that that was not enough…
So, I saw the woman struggling, trying everything. I knew all she went through and I appreciate that. Before she died, she told me things. You know, mothers call their children my husband. I built a house for my mother in Abeokuta. I built a house for my father in Abeokuta. I have my own buildings there also. My mother called me and told me ‘Aremu, ma fi Idogo le’. That is, ‘don’t leave Idogo. She said, ‘Idogo, ilu ti olorun bo asiri mi’. That is, ‘that is where God covered my nakedness when they said I couldn’t have an issue and I came here, I had both male and female.’ There is no third one, it is either male or female. And when my father didn’t come for four years, when my mother didn’t see my father, she became pregnant and gave birth to my junior brother. That was how she was able to have three children. But like I said, I love my father; I loved him, but the way he saw it was that my mother was industrious. But I appreciate the woman. If she didn’t do all she did, I wouldn’t be what I am today. The care was so much. We never had any lack. Because she was a cloth seller our uniform in those days, the khaki was velvet; that was the colour of the khaki – that was what my mother sewed for us in school. We were different, and we looked different and well-taken care of and everybody could see and attest to that. That is enough for anyone to continue to love one’s dear mother.

You said you grew up in Idogo and also schooled there. So, did your music career also start in Idogo?
Yes, it did. Immediately I was born, my mother started taking me to church. My mother loved God so much and I grew up to see myself in the church. So, I was introduced to music from the church. I became a member of the choir, a member of the school band and later the school’s band leader. And when we had Idogo Boys and Girls Club, I became one of them. When they formed an orchestra, I was one of them and actually, I was holding a very prominent position in the choir, the school band and the boys and girls youth club, and in the band that was formed from the boys and girls youth club. I was the vocal lead, though I was the youngest and I was the star of the band.
I formed my first band in the year 1957, called Royal Mambo Orchestra. That was how it all started. I moved to Lagos and continued my music with two elderly men Akinyomi Savage and Bamgbose Jumoda, alias Abengo Mayana. It was through them that I met Fatai Rolling Dollar, who was my band leader for about six years. I was his second in command before I started my own band.

Did you leave Fatai Rolling Dollars to form The International Brothers or what was the sequence of your progression?

Yes, Inter-Reformers Band.

How did that movement go, how did that transition take place?
International Brothers Band became known in the world and I just decided to change the name of the band to International Reformers Band, which became Inter-Reformers Band from International Reformed Band.

What was the need for the change?
I lost one of my members, Oke Aminu, with whom I actually grew up in Idogo and went to school together. He was my junior in school. When I even formed my band, Royal Mambo Orchestra, he was my second-in-command. I was the one who initiated his coming to Lagos. Because I was progressing and I wanted to do a reformation that is why International Reformed Band was abbreviated to Inter-Reformer Band

Watch video of Reverend Gloria Madugba, Clergywoman advocate for foreplay during sex

Executive Vice President or Spiritual Life Outreach, Reverend Gloria Madugba, recently spoke extensively on sex in most Christian marriages. According to the clergywoman, most Christian men have lost the art of foreplay during sex all because they want to remain holy even during sex.

She says a woman's body becomes more receptive for a man's manhood which she jokingly termed "man of God" when its given adequate foreplay during sex. She accused most Christian men of raping their wives. Watch the videos after the cut...




Lobatan! Seun Egbegbe's Brother, Others Arrested Over Alleged Robbery At Phone Shop

Seun Egbegbe’s brother and 2 others have been arrested by the police in Lagos State for allegedly aiding the Nollywood Producer as he robbed big phone shops.

Those arrested were identified as Kazeem, Muyideen, Lekan Yusuf, said to be Egbegbe’s brother.

Lagos Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, who paraded the suspects, said Yusuf, Kazeem and Muyideen usually stayed in the car while Egbegbe goes into the phone shops to get the goods.

CP Owoseni said as soon as Egbegbe emerged, they would drive away in the car.
He said they were also part of the plan to rob some Bureau De Change operators, which eventually backfired and led to the latest uncovered stealing exploits of Egbegbe.

CP Owoseni said the trio were arrested based on a petition by one Kemi Johnson, who claimed she was robbed by the gang in November 2016.

He paraded the suspects, saying they were in the habit of going to big mobile phone shops to steal.

The CP boss said: “The gang always targets big mobile phone dealers. While Seun, the ring leader, will approach the shop, the rest will be in the vehicle so that when Seun is in possession of the phone, they drive off.”

But the suspects denied ever backing Egbegbe in his operations. They said Seun implicated them because he was angry they did not visit him in detention.

Yusuf, Seun Egbegbe’s elder brother, said they were not even in talking terms, adding that he got a text message from him that he will deal with him for abandoning him at the police station.

He said: “On the day Seun was arrested at Ikeja, it was my boss that told me that he saw the story on Facebook and went to Area F to see him.

“But after then, he was charged to court and I didn’t go to see him, only for me to receive an SMS from him saying that he heard I was partying while he was languishing in prison​.

“He threatened that he will use his power to deal with me.​ I forwarded the message to our mother.

“Two days later, police came to my house and took me to the station​. They show​ed​ me a petition written by one Kemi Johnson on November 22, 2016 that Seun and his gang came to her shop to steal phone and accessories worth N10 million​.

“T​hat only Seun was arrested and later released without her consent and other members of the gang were never arrested.

“I never knew anything about the theft and the purported petition is just concocted to implicate me in a crime I know nothing about by my brother.

“He sent the same threatening message to his PA and promised that we will come and meet him where he is. 

"If I am part of his gang, will I go to the police station the day he was arrested to see him?”

On his part, Muyideen said he was arrested at the gate of Ikoyi Prisons after going to visit Seun.

He said: “I went to Ikoyi Prisons to visit Seun and on my way out, I saw his girlfriend and I even wanted to join their car, but she told me no more space.

“Then suddenly I just saw police vehicle that stopped in front of me and I was asked to get in. I was shown a petition that I was part of a gang that robbed her shop late last year.​ Seun is my friend and I know him as a movie producer and music promoter.

“Even the day he was arrested at Gbagada for trying to dupe a Bureau de Change operator, I was in the car that took him to Gbagada because he told me he wanted me to accompany him to South African embassy.

“He came down along the way and we waited for him.​ Few minutes later, we saw him in company of a police patrol vehicle and a mallam.​ They were taken to Ogudu Police Station.

“The four of us remaining in the car (Lekan, Muyideen and AY) followed them to the station and that’s where the police told us their offence.

“I was not involved in any way with it.​ Seun just wants to implicate me in an offence I know nothing about.”

See three friends caught with human skull arrested by the police

The Ekiti State Police Command has arrested three men for allegedly being found in possession of a human skull.

The suspects – Muhammed Isiaka, Ismaila Okoro and Abidemi Awolusi – were said to have been arrested with the skull and some weapons, including charms.

The state Commissioner of Police, Abdullahi Chafe, said the suspects were arrested by men of the Operation Flush at Igirigiri, a farmstead in Ado Ekiti, describing them as kidnappers and armed robbers who had been terrorising Ekiti in recent times.

The suspects were among several others paraded by the police at the command headquarters.

Also paraded for armed robbery were;
Tope Falua, Olaoluwa Fagbamila, Gbenga Faleye and Kehinde Adejuwon.

“We recovered charms and Indian hemp from Adejuwon’s premises while conducting a search on the premises,” Chafe said.

He said his men also arrested one Oyewumi Tope and Olayiwola Faluru, while allegedly siphoning diesel on the premises of the Ekiti State Water Corporation.

The police also paraded one Olusoji Damilola, who was allegedly caught at the scene of a robbery, where a petrol station’s attendant, Oluwadare Adebayo, was robbed of N1.2m.

“We will not rest until we ensure that our people can sleep with their two eyes closed. And these people will be charged to court soon,” the CP said.

Donald Trump Pledges To Deal With North Korea With Or Without China

President Donald Trump signaled that he'd be willing to deal with the increasingly hostile country of North Korea unilaterally if China won't play ball.  'Well, if China is not going to solve North Korea, we will,' Trump said in a new interview with the Financial Times. 'That is all I am telling you.'

Trump will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping next weekend at his Mar-a-Lago resort on Florida.

Asked if Trump would be able to cut a deal with the Chinese leader, Trump told the Financial Times that he has great 'respect' for both Xi and China.

'I would not be at all surprised if we did something that would be very dramatic and good for both countries and I hope so,' Trump explained.  Trump said he planned to bring up North Korea doing the two-day affair.

'China has great influence over North Korea,' the American president pointed out. 'And China will either decide to help us with North Korea, or they won't.'

The billionaire businessman suggested that China could be incentivized by trade.

'It is all about trade,' Trump said.

He continued to grumble about how the U.S. has an 'unfair deal' when it comes to trade with China, but said he planned to hold off any talk of tariffs until his next encounter with Xi, as this first meeting will serve as an introduction.

'You know when you talk about, when you talk about currency manipulation, when you talk about devaluations, they are world champions,' Trump said of China.

'And our country hasn’t had a clue, they haven’t had a clue. The past administration hasn’t had and many administrations – I don’t want to say only Obama; this has gone on for many years – They haven’t had a clue,' the president continued.

'But I do,' the businessman-turned-politician added.

The Financial Times asked Trump if he believed he could solve the North Korea problem without China's help.

'Totally,' Trump replied. 'Totally.' 

I am an Expert in Stealing, I can use my head to steal anything - Pickpocket suspect

The operatives of Rapid Response Squad, (RRS) of Lagos State Police Command,  arrested a pick-pocket suspect who claimed to be an expert in stealing.
The suspect popularly known as ‘Dayo Skippo’ after he was arrested at Ikeja-Under-Bridge told RRS decoy team in an interogation that he has been in the theft act for a long time, added that it is the current economic situation that led him into the crime.
The suspect, a secondary school drop-out further explained that all he needs to do is to have the slightest physical contact with his victim and their valuables are gone. “I can use my head to remove anything from your body. I will just pretend as if I know you somewhere and in the process of giving you salutations, your item is gone”, he confessed. 

He also confessed that he doesn’t perpetrate the theft alone but works with some members of his group just in case the victim becomes suspicious, they would quickly swing into action.

One of his victims who narrated his encounter with the suspect, said
 “I went to Ikeja Computer Village to see a friend of mine, after seeing him on my way to the bus park I just saw someone hugged me from behind and later apologized to me when I told him I didn’t know him; before I could look around again, I discovered my phone was gone already and the guy was nowhere to be found.”
“I went back to my friend shop almost immediately to track my iPhone and the location I saw was that my phone was already in Lagos Island”. The victim added.
The suspect however appealed during the interrogation to be given a second chance to turn a new leaf swearing that he will never go back to the act.

Confirming the incident, the Police PPRO, ASP Olarinde Famous Cole, said that there would be no hiding place for criminals in Lagos State adding that officers of the command are at alert to nip crime in the bud.

The  suspect have been transferred to the SCID, Panti for further investigations.

Woman "Vomits Cockcroach" As TB Joshua Prays For Her (photos)

During her years of suffering from evil attacks and a moving object in her womb, Mrs. Chantal Bridget Nyemeck would not only find herself dining in the company of dead people in the dream but she was also continuously tormented by a spiritual husband. In the physical, she actually experienced a moving object that gave her great pain in her womb. 

One day, she had a dream in which she saw Prophet T.B. Joshua place her in water, saying ‘Be cleansed!’. After such an encounter, she believed that the solution would come once she travelled from her native country Cameroon to visit The Synagogue Church. She had the grace to be in the service last Sunday, during which time the Prophet offered Mass Prayer.

Indeed, the power of God located Mrs. Chantal Bridget Nyemeck, who vomited a cockroach to the shock of all in the church and those watching the events scrolling across the screen.

During her testimony, Mrs. Nyemeck said she felt an object moving around her stomach as the man of God continued to command out the demonic spirits and objects. Having left the congregation marveled and jaw-dropped by the occurrence, Mrs. Chantal Bridget Nyemeck testified that her years of pain are now a thing of the past and that she now sleeps soundly with no social mingling with dead people or a spiritual husband.

Identical twin brothers jailed for brutal attack on 15-year-old boy in the UK

Twin brothers who were part of a gang of six who stabbed and beat a 15-year-old boy were on Friday, March 31, sentenced to almost ten years in prison.
The six teenagers were found guilty of grievous bodily harm with intent at Inner London Crown Court on Tuesday, 14 February.
Taylor Joseph, 18, of Ewen Crescent, Brixton was jailed on for five years. His twin brother Brandon Joseph, 18, was jailed for four and a half years.

Also on 31 March, two 16-year-old teenage boys - one from Penge, the other from Brixton - were jailed for four years, and a 16-year-old male from Clapham received a two year suspended sentence. A 17-year-old male from Streatham is yet to be sentenced.
On 3 October 2015, police were called to Hardel Walk, SW2 to reports of a stabbing. Officers and the London Ambulance Service attended and found a 15-year-old male suffering from multiple stab wounds.
The victim was at a birthday party attended by family members and young children in Hardel Walk and was playing on the street with his friends when they were approached by a large group of youths armed with weapons, some wearing face masks.

Most of the victim's friends ran back into the address, but the victim tried to flee but was chased. The group caught up with him and asked him where he was from before one of the group punched him in the face. The victim ran away again, but he was tripped up and struck with baseball bats, poles and knives whilst on the ground. A driver sounded a car horn and distracted the attackers who then fled.
The victim ran back towards the address he came from, collapsing from his injuries in a stairwell. He was helped by members of the public. The victim suffered stab wounds to his leg, arm and back and sustained a punctured lung, punctured stomach and several other wounds.

He needed two operations and spent ten days in hospital. He required rehabilitative treatment in the months afterwards and still has nerve damage in his shoulder.

Officers immediately started making enquiries in the nearby area and quickly established that a number of weapons had been deposited at a different party being held nearby. Two of the eight knives seized were later found to have the victim's blood on them.

Officers took control of that party and filtered out more than 120 teenagers, and subsequently identified witnesses, CCTV and forensic evidence.

Several people provided police with accounts of what happened and on 9 October 2015, a number of suspects were arrested.

In July 2016, eight people were charged with grievous bodily harm with intent. All were aged between 14 and 16 at the time of the attack. The trial commenced at Inner London Crown Court started on 4 January 2017.

After a six-week trial, on Tuesday, 14 February, six of the suspects were unanimously convicted. DC Danni Wilgoss of Brixton CID said: 
"This was a brutal and callous attack that, were it not for the quick actions and expertise of paramedics and the aid from members of the public, could have resulted in the loss of a teenage boy's life.
"Those who carried out this attack did so for no apparent reason other than the victim was in the wrong place at the wrong time. They took shelter in numbers and showed a total disregard for the safety - and life - of the victim.
"An investigation is only ever as good as those who step forward to assist and I want to pay tribute to the witnesses who were extremely brave to provide evidence.
"I also want to pay tribute to the victim who has shown remarkable bravery and tenacity since the incident. His positive attitude is admired by my colleagues and I alike.
"This case demonstrated that the local community will not stand for such violence. It was a painstaking investigation which shows that the Met is committed to vigorously pursuing anyone who commit such act"

Source: Metropolitan Police

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