20 Jan 2016

Man BRUTALLY BEATS His EX-Girlfriend While She's STUCK IN..(Video)

As civilized as America is supposed to be, the kinds of things that happen there is sometimes baffling. A man dragged his ex-girlfriend out of her car in Los Angeles traffic and brutally beat her while people just stood there. When the girl even tried to escape into the car, the man

Taxi driver banned from taking children to school because he kissed his own daughters

Tony Kemp, from Pickering, North Yorkshire, was suspended from making the school run for six days after the council were told he was hugging the girls

Private hire driver Tony Kemp says he was suspended from taking children to school after he was seen kissing and hugging two young girls who were his own daughters
Devastated: Taxi driver Tony Kemp has said the ordeal was a "living nightmare"
A taxi driver was banned from taking children to school after he was seen kissing two young girls - who were his own children.

NSCDC defends Minister whose shoe was cleaned by an officer, releases statement (Read More)

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps, NSCDC, has released a statement defending the minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Dambazau, whose shoes was publicly cleaned by an SSS official in public at the NSCDC Academy in Sauka sometime in December 2015. Read story

PDP kicks as Olisa Metuh appears for trial in handcuffs

The National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, Chief Olisa Metuh, was driven off in a prison pick-up from the premises of the Federal High Court in Abuja, shortly after he was granted bail in the sum of N400m by the court on Tuesday.

Police flee as robbers abduct couple, kill guard

Tragedy struck on Monday as armed robbers shot dead a security guard, identified only as Kayode, in front of the Ibafo Police Division.

Abducted Christ Embassy pastor regains freedom

Pastor Lawrence Ohimare, the pastor of Christ Embassy Church, Brass branch, Bayelsa State, abducted on Monday has been freed by his captors.

TRACE, immigration officers clash in Ogun

There was pandemonium in Abeokuta on Tuesday after about 26 armed officers and men of the Nigeria Immigration Service, Ogun State Command, invaded the Abeokuta zonal command headquarters of the Ogun State Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps in the Ibara area of the state.

Court remands native doctor for impregnating client

A Lagos magistrate’s court sitting in Ikeja has remanded a native doctor, Ifatade Elegbeleye, in the Kirikiri Prison for allegedly impregnating and swindling his client, Cecilia (pseudonym) to the tune of N7.9m.

Trader pours hot water on 12-year-old over N100

The police in Lagos have arrested a 39-year-old trader, Chinwe Abasi, for allegedly brutalising a 12-year-old boy, Chinedu Okorie, with hot water in the Apapa area of the state.

12-year-old victim of torture shuns home

A 12-year-old boy, Michael Agu, has been brought to the Lagos State Government by a neighbour in the Victoria Island area of the state after five years of being allegedly tortured by her aunt, identified only as Mama Sarah.

France promises visa for Nigerian business owners

France has pledged to ease visa processes to make it possible for more Nigerian entrepreneurs to travel to the country to establish business outfits.

S’West govs okay Lagos as Odu’a member

The five governors of the South-West states that owe the Odu’a Investment Company Limited on Tuesday said a five-year plan had been approved to grow the revenue of the company from N4bn to N20bn.

Investor flees Nigeria after being paid N32b for vessels

Investor flees Nigeria after being paid N32b for vessels
Mn investor got N32 billion for vessels, which he never delivered, a minister said yesterday.
Transportation Minister Rotimi Amaechi said the unnamed investor fled after collecting the cash during the Dr. Goodluck  Jonathan administration.

N2.6bn fraud: ‘Fashion designer got N546m from NIMASA’

The trial of an ex-Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, Patrick Akpobolokemi, and five others continued before a Federal High Court in Lagos on Tuesday with a bureau de change operator, Hussein Sabo, testifying against them.

$2.1b arms scandal: Do mutinous soldiers deserve pardon?

$2.1b arms scandal: Do mutinous soldiers deserve pardon?
Can a soldier decline to fight if not adequately kitted to do so? Sixty-six soldiers did and dared the consequence. They were convicted for mutiny by a court martial. A panel of inquiry says that the funds meant to buy weapons for them were mismanaged. Should their convictions still stand? 

Theft of N1.34 trillion sad, obscene, says Ajibola

Theft of N1.34 trillion sad, obscene, says Ajibola
•Ex-minister urges severe sanctions against looters
Former Judge of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague Prince Bola Ajibola has described the alleged theft of N1.34 trillion by 55 privileged Nigerians as “obscene, horrendous and saddening”.
He said the government should be hailed for having the courage to speak-out and explain the extent of