25 Apr 2016

Actress calls Stella Damasus her enemy

One hurt womanWhen asked about if she can invite Stella Damasus as a cast in any of her movies, she said, “Yes, I can, after all, she is an actress and money is involved.”

Meet Super Falcons & Arsenal Ladies Star Asisat Oshoala

Asisat Oshoala plays for Arsenal Ladies of the FA WSL as a forward and she has just released some nice new photos showing how she can go from a football player to a stylish corporate lady.

6 Ekiti Medical Doctors, 1 Driver die in Auto Crash | Gov. Ayo Fayose declares 3 Days of Mourning

File Photo: Acccident Scene
Six medical doctors and a driver en-route Sokoto from Ekiti state have reportedly been killed in a ghastly auto crash few kilometres to Kaduna. They were on their way to the Annual general Meeting of the Nigerian Medical Association scheduled to hold in Sokoto state.

This Lady Was Beaten and R*ped by A Crazy Guy Right Inside Her House-Pictures

Chanel Rose shared her touching story online about her she was trailed, attacked and r*ped by a black young man in her apartment in Houston, Texas last Saturday, April 23rd. How sad! See more... 

Fuel Attendant Refuse to Sell Fuel for This Man, He Got Angry and Strip Himself

The man, who is a Keke NAPEP driver stripped in protest after a filling station refused to sell fuel into his jerry can. Many stations claim they don't sell in jerry cans, yet "black market" is booming.

FIRE for FIRE: Woman Pours Hot Water On Stepson, He Machetes Her Own Son In Revenge

Why not just live in peace? A 19 year old boy in Amenu Uburu, Ohaozara area of Ebonyi state, Anthony Anoke is now battling for survival at the Federal Teaching Hospital (FETHA 2) Abakaliki, after he was bathe with hot water by his step mother, Mrs. Uzoamaka Anoke.

Gardai at Dublin Airport told not to visibly carry weapons as it might 'alarm' the public

Armed gardai. Stock picture
Gardai at Dublin airport have been told "don't visibly carry firearms" because it might alarm the public.

OGA OO: Worshipers Interrupt Imam’s Prayers To Lash on Saraki In Ilorin

Embattled Senate President, Bukola Saraki, continued to witness a backlash against him, this time during an appearance at a mosque in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, last Friday.

Meet Nigerian prisoner who lives like a king in a UK prison (photos)

A Nigerian prisoner convicted for dealing cocaine in the UK has disobeyed prison rules
UK prisons are known to have a ban on wearing blings as a prisoner, and according to reports, 29-year-old Nigerian prisoner Babs Arogundade aka BP, disobeyed prison rules by wearing blings in prison.

Top Hollywood Actress, Lupita Nyongo dances to Lil Kesh’s Efejoku (video)

Popular Hollywood star and Oscar winner, Lupita Nyongo, shared a video of her rocking to Nigerian music
File photo of Lupita Nyongo
The Kenyan-born Hollywood actress posted a video of her dancing to popular Nigerian musician, Lil Kesh’s Efejoku.

Police arrest man disguised as woman to hook up with men (Photos)

According to Zambezi Reporters, a man in Lilongwe Area 49 near Kaggwa Parish met with this ‘woman’ and agreed to go to an area within the city known as Dubai to have S3@. Xx:’.

See How Paul Okoye responded after he was harshly dragged over his controversial birthday post to Jude Okoye

Paul Okoye ‘Rudeboy’ has responded after he was harshly dragged yesterday over what people felt was a controversial birthday post to wish his brother/manager, Jude Okoye on Instagram

SSS Raids CCB Chairman's Residence In Abuja [DETAILS]

Operatives of the De­partment of State Security Services (DSS) on Sunday morning invaded the Abuja home of the Chairman of the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB), Mr. Sam Saba, sources said.

Although officials of the DSS were not forthcoming on the incident last night, credible sources said that the operatives stormed the Aso Drive, Abuja residence of Saba in the early hours of Sunday.
It was gathered that DSS operatives conducted a thorough search on Saba’s home and the action may not be unconnected with allegations that funds meant for the completion of the CCB permanent head office were diverted under his leadership.

According to The AUTHOR­ITY, the DSS action was also linked to petitions from sev­eral quarters against the management style adopted by Saba and the CCB Board.

When The AUTHORITY contacted the Special Assistant to the CCB Chairman, Mr. S.P. Gwimi, on the said invasion of Saba’s home, he said he was not aware of it because he had been out of Abuja.

Gwimi, who said that he was just entering the Federal Capital Territory, asked that we call back after an hour. But when a call was put to his phone after an hour, Gwimi did not pick the call. He also declined to respond to a text message sent to him.

Before the DSS’ search, Saba had been having a run­ning battle with some top per­sonnel of the bureau over the way he reportedly runs the af­fairs of the CCB.
Recently, a top official, who was sacked a year ago by the board on alleged corrup­tion charges, petitioned the bureau over the termination of his appointment.

In the petition, the offi­cial had claimed that Mr. Saba, in collaboration with his board members, allocated to them­selves roles meant for core of­ficials of the bureau – in at­tempts to pervert the course of justice.

Other aggrieved stake­holders within and outside the CCB have also accused Saba of diverting funds meant for the building of a permanent secre­tariat for the agency. CCB still operates from a section of the building located in the complex housing the office of the Head of Service of the Federation (HoSF).

The CCB handles cases of politicians and public servants with false declaration of assets.

Source said it was due to the lack of transparency in the CCB that the EFCC took over the prosecution of the embattled senate president, Bukola Saraki who is now standing trial at the CCT.


Cops came down on stash houses in Peckham and Walworth holding sacks of tobacco and Amber Leaf and Golden Virginia-branded pouches
Dawn raids on properties in Peckham and Walworth used by an alleged counterfeit-tobacco-making gang have led to seven arrests with one man facing deportation.
The joint operation between the Met Police, HM Revenue and Customs and Southwark Council’s trading standards team was executed on March 17.
A mini-tobacco-processing factory was discovered as well as counterfeit Amber Leaf and Golden Virginia branded pouches were found at an address in Rye Lane.
And a substantial amount of counterfeit tobacco packaging was found hidden around another property in Walworth. Phones and laptops were also seized for forensic analysis.
tobacco factory 2
The seven suspects were arrested and six have been bailed pending further investigations, while one of the men has been sent for deportation.
A council spokesperson said:  “The sale of illegal tobacco products undermines the health objectives of high taxation and steals business away from legitimate tobacco sellers. Southwark Council is committed to working with all our enforcement partners to tackle this damaging trade.”

Teenager kills landlady, daughter, grandchildren, reports to police

An 18-year-old man, identified simply as Sunday, is currently in the police custody in Abuja after he allegedly killed his parents’ landlady, identified only as Mama Moses.
The suspect was also accused of killing the landlady’s daughter and her three grandchildren.
It was gathered that the suspect, who lived with his parents in the landlady’s residence at Tudun-Fulani, in the Bwari area of the Federal Capital Territory, reported himself to the police after committing the crime.
PUNCH Metro gathered that Sunday locked the deceased in their apartment after they had slept in the night, sprayed the house with petrol and set it ablaze afterwards.
It was said that Sunday watched as the fire raged on and when he was sure that the victims were trapped, he headed for the Bwari Police Division.
The inferno reportedly lasted for hours before residents were able to put it out.
Charred remains of the five victims were eventually removed from the razed apartment and deposited in a morgue by the police.
Our correspondent gathered that Sunday’s mother had fled from the community.
Prior to the incident, which happened on Thursday, April 14, our correspondent learnt that there was a disagreement between the suspect and the landlady’s family members. He reportedly threatened to deal with them.
It was learnt that there was a relationship between the landlady’s daughter and Sunday, which broke recently.
The boy was said to have kept the family at arm’s length following the collapse of the relationship.
A police source told our correspondent that he and his colleagues were shocked when the suspect came to the station to report the matter.
 He said, “Last Thursday, after the family members had gone to bed, the suspect locked their apartment’s door from outside, drenched the building with fuel and set the house ablaze. By the time the police got there, they had been burnt beyond recognition.
“I was told that he and the landlady’s daughter were dating each other until recently when their relationship turned sour. He had been transferred to another division for further investigation.”
A social media user posted on Nairaland.com that the incident happened not far from his residence in Sabon-Gari.
He said, “The incident started at about 11pm. There was confusion in the community. It was difficult for people to rescue the family because the fire was much.”
The Police Public Relations Officer in Abuja, ASP Anjuguri Manzah, confirmed the incident to PUNCH Metro, saying that the commissioner of police, FCT, had directed that the suspect be transferred to the Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation.
The PPRO added that Sunday would be charged to court upon the completion of the investigation.
He said, “Five persons were burnt to death in the incident; it was unfortunate. The CP has directed that the suspect should be transferred to the homicide section of CIID. Investigation is still ongoing and the suspect will be charged to court after the investigation. The corpses have been deposited in a mortuary.”

How To Start Your Own Laundry & Dry cleaning Business

dry cleaning business
It seems everyone is getting so busy these days and having a bit of help with handling seemingly less important daily chores will be welcome.
That is why you have to set up your own laundry business to help this category of people and make money doing so.

Top 7 beautiful cities in Nigeria

We present to you the 7 most beautiful cities in Nigeria in no particular order. Enjoy
1) Abuja, Federal Capital Territory:
MOST beautiful cities in nigeria
Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria, is one of the most organized and well-developed cities in Nigeria. It is the Washing DC of Nigeria. While in Abuja, experience a different kind of sightseeing that you may not find elsewhere in Nigeria. From beautiful government infrastructure to five-star hotels, king-sized road network, amazing bridges, restaurants and lots more. Make sure you come along with your camera…
2) Enugu, Enugu state:
Enugu is the coal city, but there is nothing black about the city. The city is filled with life and colour emanating from its beautifully planned architecture and a social life like no other. The magic of the city is very captivating with places like the Ngwo Pine forest, Eziagu tourism complex, Ani OzallaLake, Iva valley coal mine, Awhum waterfall, and other attractions awaiting your visit. There are also lots of luxury hotels in Enugu to lay your head. So, what’s holding you back?
3) Calabar, Cross River state:
Tourist attraction centers like the famous Obudu Cattle and Tinapa Resort have placed Calabar on our list of beautiful cities in Nigeria. Unique for its indigenous Calabar soup, one can say that Calabar is indeed the Canaan city. Every year, Calabar hosts Africa’s biggest street party known as the Calabar Carnival, where diverse colourful cultural costumes are displayed. Plan to attend the next Calabar carnival.
4) Lagos:
lagosLagos is the largest city in Africa and is also a major financial centre on the African continent; it also houses one of the largest and busiest ports on the continent. Whether for business or pleasure, Lagos remains one of the most sought after cities in the world. The abundance of water has given rise to places like Bar beach, Lekki beach, Badagry beach, Eleko Beach, Elegushi, & Alpha beach. Talk about nightlife, restaurants, carnivals, road network, hotels, amusement parks, and lots more. Lagos is the place to be.
5) Port Harcourt, Rivers state:
Port Harcourt is known for its record-breaking late-night activities and entertainment scene. There are several hotels, lounges, clubs, dance bars and restaurants spread out around the city. The mesmerizing greenery in the city has earned it its title, “ Garden City”.
Let’s not forget that it is one of the wealthiest cities in Nigeria, so cast your imagination wide as you visit the oil-rich city to experience its magic.
6) Uyo, Akwa Ibom State:
Well structured road networks, first class hotels, upbeat nightlife, are few of the reasons why some have crowned Uyo has the most beautiful city in Nigeria. Pay Uyo a visit, then cast your vote.
7) Warri, Delta State:
It is the home of the Wafarians and it sits on the bank of River Warri which joins River Forcados and River Escravos through Jone Creek in the lower Niger Delta Region.
There are various tourist sites to visit while in Warri including the Abraka Golf Course, Nana Living History Museum, Red Mangrove swamp, Warri City Stadium, 911 Resorts, Delta City Mall, Olu’s Palace all linked by a top notch Road network.

EDUCATION TAX: Ekiti govt, Catholic Bishop bicker

As Ajimobi gives condition for return of mission schools
FOLLOWING a threat by the Catholic Church of Ekiti Diocese to seek legal redress over education levy, the Ekiti State government says there is no going back on the N1, 000 and N500 levy being paid by private and public primary and secondary schools respectively in the state.
This was as Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi has promised to hand over mission schools to owners who have genuine proposal for the development of such schools and proven commitment to education.
The Ekiti State government maintained that mission schools in the state will not be given preferential treatment over other schools and that “no other body apart from the Federal and state government has power to make policies concerning both private and public schools in the country.”
The Catholic Diocese of Ekiti had last week threatened to drag the state government to court over the development levy, saying “no law empowers the state government to impose educational development levy on pupils of mission schools.”
The government argued that “it is wrong for any organisation to claim that it has its own education policy that is different from that of the state.”
Reacting to the development, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Ekiti, Most Rev. Felix Ajakaye, said “when I heard of it, I asked the schools concerned to refund the money collected to their parents” adding “We shall meet in court.”
Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Mr Jide Egunjobi, in a statement, disclosed that seven schools owned by the Catholic Diocese of Ekiti State had already  paid the development levy, dismissing the threat to sue the government by the Catholic Diocese.
 Ajimobi gives condition
Relatedly,Governor Ajimobi stressed that any religious body or organization without a questionable intention would be allowed to run such schools inasmuch as they met government’s requirements.
The governor made the promise in his address at the archdiocesan reception for the 34th council of Bishops at the Bishop Ayo Ladigbolu House, Molete, Ibadan, on Saturday, which was attended by bishops and archbishops of the Methodist Church across the country.

2019: ‘PDP needs reforms to get back to winning ways’

PDP Special National Convention: Delegates casting their votes at 2013 PDP Special National Convention . Photo by Gbemiga Olamikan.Members of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, from the North and South, which converged under the umbrella of PDP Reform Group, PDPRG, have urged the leadership of the party to embrace reforms, particularly, in respect of its constitutions, zoning principles and adopted recommendations of the party.

PDP Special National Convention: Delegates casting their votes at 2013 PDP Special National Convention . Photo by Gbemiga Olamikan.File: PDP Special National Convention: Delegates casting their votes at 2013 PDP Special National Convention . Photo by Gbemiga Olamikan.

‎The PDPRG, in a statement on Monday, by its spokesperson Okai Usman, said: “As we set out for a Post-Defeat Convention to restructure and reposition the party back to winning ways, we wish to bring to the knowledge and information of stakeholders, the dangers of mismanaging the opportunity availed us by the dismal and retrogressive performance of the current APC-led government. This is a chance that has come earlier than expected, but whether we are going to do the needful by seizing the moment is another thing.
‎”We are appalled that some of our leaders are still driven by excessive ambition for power, personal gain and greed, and not necessarily to serve the greater good of party members nationwide. It is a serious concern to party members across the country that some of our leaders are yet to learn from the mistakes of the past.
‎”Therefore rising from our inaugural meeting, we resolve as follows: The full implementation of Ekweremadu Post Election Party Review Committee’s recommendations as adopted by the NEC of the PDP; the adoption of proposals by the Constitutional Review Committee, as well as enforcing the communique issued at the last PDP National Conference held at Thisdays Dome Abuja .
‎”It is pertinent to note that if the existing zoning arrangements are altered for whatever political exigency, we warn that it would be difficult for the zoning of the Presidency to the North as recommended by the Ekweremadu-committee to be respected when the time comes. We fear that the Northeast will be the greatest loser for 2019 – This comes as a very strong position of the Reform Group.‎
‎”We also recommend a complete overhaul of the PDP National Working Committee to inject New Ideas, New Vision and New Hands that will pilot our party to greatness. The general perception of the outgoing NWC is less than palatable and the only honourable path is for everyone of them to quit and allow fresh blood to come in on May 21, 2016.
‎”We also Strongly recommend and Implore young party men and women to go back to their various wards and local governments and states to participate actively in the forthcoming congresses because all politics is local. We urge you to get elected into various offices and as delegates to the National Convention. The future of the party is in your hands.
‎”We thank the PDP Governors forum led by Governor Olusegun Mimiko and the National Assembly caucus for ensuring that the zoning committee stayed action on its announcement of the Zonings to allow for further deliberation and more consultation in the interest of peace and future of the party.‎”
‎The statement added that, “Nigerians are now eager to quickly have an alternative to the APC. Sadly, the APC is an experiment that has gone awry and may never recover from this doldrum. However, the opportunity to quickly bounce back must not be taken for granted. As a party, we must put our house in order and presenting the best to have the best from Nigerians.”

Police arraign 2 for stealing $14 million from church in Ogun State

The Police in Ogun on Monday arraigned two men, Akapo Paul,73, and Johnson Shorinnolu,63, for allegedly stealing 14 million dollars belonging to the West African Christian Mission.

They appeared before an Ota Magistrates’ Court
The accused, whose addresses are unknown, are facing two-count charge of stealing and conspiracy.
The Prosecutor, Abdulkareem Mustapha, told the court that the accused committed the offences sometime in 2015 at about 9:30 pm at West African Christian Mission at No.49 Tarmac Road, Ota.
Mustapha alleged that the accused conspired, as signatories to the bank account of West African Christian mission, to steal 14 million dollars.
He said that the offences contravened Sections 390 (8) (b) and 516 of the Criminal Code Vol.1, Laws of Ogun, 2006.
The accused, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge.
The Chief Magistrate, Mrs A.I. Adelaja, admitted them to bail in the sum of N2 million each with two sureties in like sum.
She said the sureties must be residents within the court’s jurisdiction and should be gainfully employed.
Adelaja also directed the sureties to swear to an affidavit of means and show evidence of tax payments to Ogun Government.
The magistrate adjourned the case till May 20 for hearing.

Jungle Justice: Robbers burnt to death in Warri (Graphic Photos)

In another gruesome act of Jungle Justice by some Nigerians, 2 out of 7 robbers who were caught when their robbery operation failed were brutally beaten by an angry mob and set ablaze.

The 7 robbers reportedly commenced a robbery operation at Okumagba Avenue, Warri, Delta state where they had allegedly snatched 5 Tricycles “Keke napep” from different Individuals. There are very graphic photos after the cut...

They had started making away with the tricycles before they ran out of luck, got held up in traffic and other commercial tricycle riders who were in hot pursuit caught up with them. This forced the robbers to abandon the stolen tricycles and attempt to run for their lives. However, the mob caught up with two of them, who were then brutally beaten and burnt to death. See shocking photos from the scene below...