22 Oct 2016

Wow! Meet the twin sisters who graduated with First Class as they wed in style...photo

These beautiful twin sisters, Eno and Ekom, who shared their pre-wedding photos few weeks back are now married. Their married took place in their home state of Akwa Ibom. Eno Ukere married Jude while twin sister Ekom Ukere married Michael. Congrats to them! See more photos...

EFCC reveals why they rearrested Fani Kayode...

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission re-arrested former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode after he stepped out of a court room at Federal High Court Lagos.

According to the EFCC, he would face fresh charges over new evidence that he collected huge cash directly from the embattled former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki.

The amount allegedly collected by Fani-Kayode
according to a source is different from the N4.9bn which he and ex-Finance Minister, Esther Nenadi Usman, Danjuma Yusuf and a company, Joint Trust Dimension Nig. Ltd., reportedly collected from the ONSA ahead of the presidential election.

The EFCC has already slammed a 17-count charge against them for taking the money from the public treasury and retaining same without rendering any verifiable service to the nation.

“There is a fresh case of various sums of money traced to the suspect, which has nothing whatsoever to do with the N4.9 billion case we instituted against him and others in Lagos.

“We arrested Fani-Kayode because we need him to explain to our operatives why he took the money and what he used it for. It is clear from the records before us that he received the money directly from the NSA.

“From the record before us, the suspect signed and collected the sum of N26 million for undisclosed purpose and we want him to explain to us why he took the cash in the first place,” the source said.

Donald Trump reveals he will sue every woman who accused him sexual assault if he wins

Donald Trump kicked off a speech in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, about his plan for his first 100 days as president by announcing that he will after the election sue every woman who has accused him of sexual assault.

"Every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign. Total fabrication," the Republican presidential nominee said Saturday afternoon. "The [alleged] events never happened. Never. All of these liars will be sued after the election is over."

Speaking near the historic Gettysburg Battlefield on a brisk day in the Keystone State, Trump also launched attacks on the "dishonest" media, the "rigged" political system and his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton. He questioned why Clinton was even allowed to run due to her handling of emails as secretary of state.

"The system is also rigged because Hillary Clinton should have been precluded from running for the presidency of the United States, but the FBI and the Justice Department covered up her crimes," Trump said.

See what Nigerian comedian Bovi did to his newborn baby's photo

I guess you have to credit his humorous side as always...lol

Shocking! How a rapist killed a pregnant woman ...photo

There was unease at Oluwoye community in Ibeshe, Ikorodu, Lagos on Friday after an assailant said to belong to a gang of r*pists in the area, killed a 30-year-old pregnant woman, Afusat Yusuf, and stabbed her husband, Kazeem Yusuf. The man is now in critical condition.

The r*pist also inflicted injuries on the couple’s two kids – Rodiat and Opeyemi, aged six and five.

It was gathered that the attacker had gained access to the couple’s apartment around 2am on Friday through the window and attempted to r*pe the pregnant woman.

Her husband, Kazeem, was said to be awake in the process and reportedly resisted the r*pist, who resorted to hacking him and their two kids with a machete.

According to Punch, not done, the suspect went to a neighbouring building and unleashed terror on another couple, 52-year-old Sunday Robert and his wife, whose name had yet to be ascertained. 

The suspect subsequently fled the area.

While Afusat died on the spot, Kazeem and the children were rushed to the Ikorodu General Hospital, where they are still receiving treatment.

The incident was reported at the Ipakodo Police Division.

A resident, who identified himself as Adisa, lamented the spate of attacks on residents of the area and its environs, saying the government had not made significant moves to address the attacks.

He said, “There have been series of attacks by this gang of r*pists on residents at different parts of Ibeshe. Several women have been r*ped and killed. Female children were also molested.

“Around 2am today (Friday), a member of the gang attacked two houses. In the first house, he hacked a pregnant woman, Afusat, to death and seriously injured her husband and their two children. He inflicted a cut on Rodiat’s ear and smashed an object on Opeyemi’s mouth. He also attacked a couple in another building. They have been taken to a hospital.

“Residents are moving out of the community because there is no solution in sight to these attacks. Those of us who do not have anywhere to run to are living in fear. The government has not come to our aid despite our outcry.”

A community leader, who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of being hunted by the gang, said the community had petitioned the Lagos State Government without getting meaningful results.

He said, “We need the government’s help in Ibeshe. We have gone to the governor’s office to make complaints but there is no response yet. We also met with the Senior Special Assistant to Governor Akinwunmi Ambode on Community Affairs.

“We want government to unmask the gang members and those who are using them. This community lacks security.”

Another resident, Dele, said, “A member of the gang, Badoo, who was arrested had been charged to a Magistrate’s Court in Surulere by the police without notifying us. How are we sure that the case will be diligently prosecuted when people who will testify in court were not informed?”

The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Dolapo Badmos, said the command was already on the trail of the suspect, adding that the Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, had directed the homicide section of the command to investigate the case.

Tragic! Prince Afam Chiazor, President of Nigeria Guild of Cinematographers dies a day to his birthday... photo

The Nigerian movie industry woke to the sad news that the President of Nigeria Guild of Cinematographers, Prince Afam Chiazor who is supposed to be celebrating his birthday today, died last night.

Several of his colleagues who took to his Facebook wall to wish the Cinematographer a happy birthday were shocked to hear of his sudden and shocking demise. The cause of his death is yet to be known. May his soul rest in peace, amen.

Read heartbreaking story of how 24 yr old lady was buried on her wedding day alongside her mother

The death of Victoria Hallan, an indigene of Toro Local Government Area of Bauchi State in an auto accident on Wednesday October 12, 2016, just four days to her wedding has turned the mood of her family and friends from rejoicing and singing to deep mourning and sober reflection on the uncertainty of life.

The sadness that enveloped the atmosphere following the news of Victoria’s death swings from anguish to a state of despair as it was learnt that she died along with her beloved mother in the ill-fated bus that was conveying them from Jalingo in Taraba State to Bauchi to put finishing touches to her wedding preparations.

Victoria, a National Diploma graduate in Science Laboratory Technology from the Federal Polytechnic Bauchi, according to her friends who spoke fondly of her, was a beautiful person inside and outside.

She had a pointed nose, a big charming smile, elegance, carriage, and captivating eyes, they told Saturday Sun. She graduated in 2015 after which she and her fiancé, Aminchi David, 34, agreed to tie the nuptial knots. They fixed Saturday October 15, 2016 for their wedding in Bauchi.

Before that, Victoria’s send forth was slated for Sunday October 9 at Sabon Gari in Jalingo. “I can’t believe that my jewel is gone,” Aminchi  decked in his blue wedding suit with his best man Armstrong decked in suit with same colour and suit,  told Saturday Sun after  Victoria’s funeral, as he fought back tears.

“She was a paragon of beauty. I can’t believe she is dead. She was so kind and organised. It is so painful,” Aminchi counted his loss.

Friends recalled that the late Victoria, 24 and her mother, Naomi, 50 cut a picture of happiness during the send forth. As other family members and friends shared in their happiness, there was no premonition that mother and daughter were destined to die same day and place in one of the most painful deaths one can imagine.

“She was enjoying one of the happiest days of her life,” one of her blossom friends told our correspondent of Victoria’s disposition during the send forth. Sadly, it was to be Victoria’s last happy moment in life as death came calling after the ceremony

“It is painful,” the friend broke down and cried profusely. “She looked ravishing in her yellow colour lace with blue headgear to match. Victoria was gap-toothed and when she smiled it was so beautiful,” said her childhood friend who has not stopped crying.

“Victoria’s chief bridesmaid Joan Joshua fell ill when the news reached her that her best friend had died in a motor accident,” Armstrong said.

After four years of courtship, the intending couple agreed for the wedding to take place at COCIN church in Tudun Maizamani on Bayara road in Bauchi metropolis.

Send forth ceremonies are significant part of the marriage process in northern Nigeria, particularly among Christians. The event is usually brief. While some fix it in the evening, others prefer to have it done at night.  Victoria’s own was done after church service in the afternoon. Prayers and gifts were showered on her. Pieces of advice on how to build her matrimonial home and enjoy the union came handy from older family members and friends.

Victoria’s send forth was an opportunity for her childhood friends to get together to rejoice before she would travel to Bauchi to be joined in matrimony with her fiancé in church.

Her father ASP Hallan Bawah and Naomi, his wife of 29 years, were  there to support their daughter. Her elder brother and firstborn who worked in Jigawa State was always there to support while Rejoice, her immediate younger sister and a split image of Victoria was in Bauchi putting finishing touches to preparations. While Rejoice stayed back in Bauchi to help coordinate the wedding plans, Victoria’s chief bridesmade Joan travelled with the bride to Jalingo. Joan and others who attended from Bauchi left Monday morning while Victoria, her mother and Blessing, Rejoice’s friend planned to leave Jalingo on Wednesday.

That fateful morning of October 13, Victoria and her mother departed Taraba for Bauchi for the wedding on Saturday. Those coming from far had embarked on the journey to Bauchi  for the wedding.

Hallan said after the send forth, he watched as his wife and daughter left the house  in Sabodn Gari Jalingo on their way to Bauchi. He said: “I was with them till they left. They boarded a commercial bus around 3:00 that afternoon. After some hours I was expecting that they have reached Bauchi. I called my wife but the line was not going. Later I called my daughter’s number and a Federal Road Safety official picked and introduced himself. When I inquired why my wife or daughter could not pick the calls he told me that they were involved in a fatal accident.

He told me that two women and a man died on the spot. He told me the place and I told him I was coming” Hallan said he left Jalingo by 4pm and when he got to the scene he was told that the victims had been admitted at the Cottage Hospital in Bambam, Gombe State. He learnt that the accident was as a result of a burst tyre.

“When I got there I met my wife she was already dead,” he recalled. He struggled to stop himself from breaking down,  he was  anxious to see his daughter and prayed nothing bad happened to her.

The grieving Hallan said: “When I saw her, she was unconscious. Her hand was broken. There was no treatment being carried out on her. I asked the staff of the hospital why they abandoned my daughter like that and their reply was if they treat her they were not sure whether the money would be paid. This broke my heart. How can someone’s life be so cheap. I was crying to know that my daughter could have been saved and yet they refused to save her life because of money”

He said that the officials of the NURTW went to get ambulance that would rush my daughter to the Federal Medical Centre in Gombe for proper medical attention but before they could return his daughter had given up the ghost.

“Another girl who was a friend of my second daughter, Rejoice also died in the accident. Her name was Blessing. She was accompanying my daughter and wife and so they travelled together. Blessing also died on the spot.”

David, the groom to be was feeling on top of the world on that Wednesday morning,  when he received a phone call from Victoria. “I had gone to Kafin Madaki around 6am and was returning to Bauchi when I received her call at past 8am that they had left Jalingo.

“She asked me where I was and I told her I was in Kafin Madaki in Ganjuwa and she was surprised and asked me what took me there but I laughed and I told her I went to see my aunt and she replied that she was on her way. I was expecting her call around 2pm. I tried her number but it was switched off.

“I became worried and told a friend Bami that her phone was switched off and it was unusual.

By 3:30pm, her younger sister Rejoice called me and informed me that she heard that Victoria and their mother were involved in an accident. That her friend Blessing was also with them
“I then called their father who told me that he heard and that he was already on his way to the place that the accident happened. It was Bambam in Gombe State. I called my sister who lived there with her husband. She later confirmed that my Victoria and her mother and Blessing had indeed died”

David said he doesn’t know how to live with the loss of Victoria.

“She was everything to me. She was beautiful, kind, God-fearing. Her death is a great loss to myelife. When my father in law told me what happened on phone, I said I am finished. But I give God the glory. In life you plan but God knows everything. I am still seeing everything as if it is a joke. That Vicky my love will be with me. That is why I am wearing my blue wedding suit. Blue is Victoria’s favourite colour. She chose blue as our colour and I am honouring her today by wearing it. I try not to be sad but it is going to be alright”

The funeral of Victoria and her mother on Saturday October 15, 2016 at the Christian Cemetery in Kagadam, Bauchi attracted a large crowd of Sympathisers. As the bodies were lowered into mother earth, the preacher urged everyone present to live a life of service to God and humanity.

Blind man whose surgery was paid for by Governor Okorocha regains his sight ...photo

According to Michael Omoboriowo, the man pictured above was formerly blind due to cataract and it took Governor Okorocha's intervention to get him back to his sight. He wrote:
"The smiles that floods a grateful Heart as his family rejoice with him looking at the before and after his surgery..."Once blind, but now Sees" thanks to Governor Rochas and Tulsi Chanrai foundation India for restoring sights and given Hope to the Hopeless...A true success story!

"This morning is a great and joyous one for this man who was blind as I show an evidence of the first success story from the free Cataract surgical (Eye) operation flagged off by Governor Rochas who paid him a visit on 20th October, 2016."

Singer Tiwa Savage reveals more about her marriage....

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Nigeria’s songstress Tiwa Savage has declared she is a happy person and wants her fans to be at rest that she is happy. The singer who recently went through a marriage storm that separated her from her husband says despite all she is grateful to God and happy because she has a healthy baby and her family has been there for her. She had a chat with Saturday beats where she narrated this. Her words;

“I am very happy, I am blessed. I have a child and I have no reason why I should not be happy. I have a beautiful, healthy son and a loving family. My career is getting stronger by the day. I just signed an international deal, why shouldn’t I be happy?
“Not everybody loved Jesus Christ, so who is Tiwa Savage in the scheme of things? I am nobody. I am just somebody God has put a talent in. In all honesty, when I encounter negative criticisms, I just focus on the people that love me. You cannot make anyone love you, so I try not to convince people that don’t love me. I would rather focus on the people that love me and make sure I do not disappoint them.”

Mobile Phone Software Marketer found dead in hotel after demanding sex from customer...photo

A mobile phone software marketer, who specialises in downloading applications on mobile sets, has been reportedly found dead in a hotel room in Ovwian, Udu Council area of Delta State after allegedly demanding sex from a female customer who could not pay for the service he rendered to her.

The deceased identified as Nelson Eni Millz operating at a popular Robinson Plaza along Deco road in Warri South was said to have demanded that the female customer ‘pays in kind’ since she could not pay the entire fee.

Southern City News gathered that the incident happened last week Thursday at Treasure Land Hotel in Ovwian where the victim had lodged with the supposed lover identified as Helen Obiogu.

Conflicting reports had it that the victim (Nelson) slumped and died while having rounds of sex with Helen, but another account had it that he died from poisoning.

A source at the popular Robinson Plaza, where the lady suspect had gone to purchase the mobile phone told our correspondent that Helen was at the phone plaza last week Wednesday to buy a handset and to download music and applications, but was left with N5,000 after buying the phone.

It was gathered that Helen, who is now in police custody, pleaded with the late Nelson to let her go and come back another day to complete the payment but he had refused and insisted she met him in a hotel.

A source alleged Helen eventually went to the hotel and Nelson sent her to buy drinks for them. The source also alleged Helen could have poisoned Nelson’s drink which eventually led to his death.

Nelson, in his late 20s, left behind two kids.

When Southern City News discreetly visited the hotel as a lodger, staff and sympathizers were seen discussing the unfortunate incident.

A staff at Treasure Land Hotel told our correspondent that the lady suspect had almost fled from the hotel when she was arrested by the hotel security guards on duty.

The security guards had noticed that she was crying and was in a haste to leave the premises in the early hours of last week Thursday.

The State Police Public Relations Officer, Celestina Kalu, confirmed the development to our correspondent when contacted.

53 dead in train accident in Cameroon...photo

At least 53 people died when a packed passenger train derailed and overturned in Cameroon, the country's transport minister says.

The train was travelling between the two biggest cities, Yaounde and Douala, when it overturned near Eseka.

The Associated Press said there were 1,300 people on the train instead of the usual 600.
The train was busier than usual as landslides caused by heavy rains have blocked roads across Cameroon.

Transport minister Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo'o said some 300 people were also injured in the derailment, and that the death toll was likely to rise.

Photo of woman who purposely poured cleaning agent into office coffee machine causing them to fall sick

Police in Sterling, Virginia arrested a woman who poured a cleaning agent into an office coffee machine causing several former co-workers to become ill. 32-year-old Mayda E. Rivera-Juarez was arrested today and faces Felony Assault charges.

Investigators say the incident happened over the course of several weeks at her former place of employment in Sterling. She is being held at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center without bond. Source: Fox 5

Brazil based Nigerian woman caught with 535 grams of cocaine hidden in her bra at MMIA arrested by NDLEA...photo

The NDLEA has arrested a Brazil-based Nigerian woman with cocaine hidden inside her bra. 30-year-old Nnaji Juliet Ijeoma from Enugu State was arrested by officials of the anti-drug agency at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos on Friday, October 21. The illicit drug were discovered during the inward screening of South African Airways.
A statement by the spokesman of NDLEA, Mr. Mitchell Ofoyeju said that the suspect had attempted to bring in the drug into the country from Brazil. Ofoyeju hinted that the suspected white powdery substance tested positive for cocaine with a gross weight of 535 grams. Mr Ofoyeju vowed that the anti-narcotics agency would continue to make more arrests to prevent drug couriers from blossoming in Nigeria.

The NDLEA Commander at the Lagos airport, Ahmadu Garba  said that the incident is being investigated and immediately the agency was through with its investigation Ms. Ijeoma would be charged to court for prosecution.

The suspect, who holds a National Diploma holder in Mass Communication and confessed that she took part in the illicit business because she needed money for her business. 

"I work as a hair stylist in Brazil where l reside for the past two years. I studied mass communication, but because of lack of job, I work as a hair stylist in Brazil. I was approached to smuggle cocaine to Nigeria and I accepted because of the money involved. I needed money for my personal problem. The drug was prepared inside brassiere and given to me to put on. I did not know how it was packaged. My role was to smuggle the drug to Nigeria and collect the sum of N1 million."

In his reaction, the Chief Executive of NDLEA, Col. Muhammad Mustapha Abdallah (retd) vowed that the agency was determined to counter the criminal plans of drug cartels in the country.

"It is obvious that drug traffickers are getting desperate, but we are prepared to counter their operations through superior intelligence. The discovery of the drug was a big surprise to the suspect because she felt her mode of concealment was full proof. l want drug traffickers to note that no matter how smart they conceal their drugs, we shall detect them."

The NDLEA boss added that efforts are on-going to unmask other suspected members of the syndicate who are working with International Drug Trafficking Organisations in Brazil.

Omg! Watch shocking video of woman trying to rape a man in broad day light

This shocking new video has been shared online which shows a woman attempting to rape a man in broad daylight. The weird video was shot on a Wyandanch, NY street corner. 
The whole incident was filmed by onlookers who were laughing and cheering the woman on. Watch the video here.

Married policeman commits suicide because he got dumped by his girlfriend...graphic photo

A Zimbabwean police officer, identified as Constable Marapira, has hung himself after being dumped by his girl friend. Marapira sent a WhatsApp message to his girlfriend Clarice Sagiya, on Wednesday night, directing her to where to find his body.  According to reports, the victim, who was stationed at Masvingo Rural Police Station in Zimbabwe; said he funded Sagiya’s education, noting that she is a final year trainee teacher at Morgenster Teacher’s College.
It was revealed that this incident followed after Clarice’s decision to dump him on claims that she couldn’t be with a police officer anymore as he wouldn’t afford her upkeep. The officer responded by killing himself a few metres off the Mvuma-Gweru Road on Wednesday night.

Reports also revealed that Marapira sent message about his intended suicide at about 21:59PM to Miss Sagiya’s Econet line. The message read: “Vanhu vasanetseke kutsvaga body yangu. Mukasvika paMvuma vanotena ne Gweru road less than a kilometre pane mota pa side pe road chisango to the left (don’t bother yourselves looking for my body. When you get to Mvuma, turn towards Gweru. Less than a kilometre away, there is a car by the road side to the left,” the victim wrote.

At about 12 minutes later that night, the victim sent a second message which read; 
“Ndafira Clarice Sagiya, meaning; (I died because of Clarice Sagiya)."
Miss Sagiya supposedly took her phone with the messages to a police station, and they headed to the location where the victim had hung himself.

Meanwhile, reports say that Cst Marapira’s family suspects that the victim was killed. Efforts to get a comment from Miss Sagiya were fruitless as a man kept answering her phone and saying he was far from where she was, reports say.

However, a Sergeant named, Cripen Gwashu at the Masvingo police station said they had not yet confirmed the matter; “we’re still dealing with hearsay and are investigating the true nature of what happened. At the moment I can’t comment,” he said.

The current suicide case came in barely two days after a senior officer at Bulawayo’s Westgate Police Station was suspected to have committed suicide by shooting himself.  Chief Inspector Edgar Dube (50), the Officer-in-Charge of the Police Protection Unit at Westgate, used a service pistol to shoot himself on Tuesday morning. Reports say.

In his own case, he didn’t leave a suicide note behind, rather a Bible, opened to Romans Chapter Two, was found beside his body.
The first verse reads:
“You, therefore, have no excuse, you who pass judgment on someone else, for at whatever point you judge another, you are condemning yourself, because you who pass judgment do the same things,” reports say.

Omg! Photo of woman who stabbed her fiance to death just two months prior to their wedding in Ogun state

This 23 year old bride-to-be, Omolara Oluwagbemi Abosede, allegedly killed her fiancé, Sodiq Dauda on October 18, in Ijebu-Ode town of Ogun State, just two months to their wedding, after an alleged argument.
The Ogun State Police Command Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, who confirmed the incident to  on Friday said the suspect has been arrested on a murder charge.

Mr. Oyeyemi said:
“The men of Ogun State Police Command have arrested one Omolara Oluwagbemi Abosede for killing her husband, one Sodiq Dauda,”
‘The incident happened when the couple whose wedding was slated for December this year had minor disagreement which emanated from non rendering proper account of the gas business which the late husband entrusted to the wife”.
Mr. Oyeyemi said that the suspect claimed that her fiance, Dauda had asked her to give a full account on a Gas business deal he had given her, but when she render a full account of the deal, he descended on her and beat her up then sent her away from their home.

Abosede reportedly told the police that she called Dauda's mother who said she should return to the home so she could settle the dispute between the couple.

According to Abosede, as soon as she got back to their home, Dauda descended on her again and broke a bottle with which he threatened to stab her with.

She said took a kitchen knife in self defense and stabbed him in the rib with it.
Mr. Oyeyemi  said the victim was rushed to Ijebu-Ode General Hospital by the policemen at Igbeba Division where he died the following day while undergoing treatment”.

He added that ‎the Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, has ordered that the suspect be transferred to homicide section of State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, SCIID, for further interrogation and investigation. 

Source: Premium Times

See what Nollywood actress Laide Bakare is doing to her son that has made the public criticise her...photo

The actress shared this photo she took with her 2 year old son on Instagram which caused a back lash at her. Some said it was inappropriate, while others didn't see anything wrong with it. Some of the comments made below...

Warning graphic content: This world is wicked (Video)

This woman was kidnapped by her driver & some of his friends. They Collected a huge sum from her, rapped her & buried her alive .She owned Chelsea International School, Abuja. 

One of the biggest Schools in Abuja.