4 Aug 2019

Angry Husband Guns Down In-Law In Delta Over Wife’s Alleged Infidelity

Tragedy struck Amukpe community in Sapele area council of Delta state as a brother in-law, Pius was reportedly shot dead by an angry husband for sleeping with his wife.
Newsmen gathered that the wife confessed to her husband that she’s having an affair with her husband’s biological brother, Pius which later led to fight resulted into burning of two houses.

Nigerian Fashionista Throw Shades At Nigerian Female Celebrities In An Open Letter

An upcoming Nigerian fashionista identified as Miss Famous Official has thrown a heavy shade at some female celebrities and their fashion sense.

RCCG Deaconess Narrates How She Escaped From Kidnappers

A pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Chidimma Ibenegbu, has narrated how God caused her to escape from the detention of kidnappers. She was abducted with four other victims.

Graphic photos,Shocking photo reveals brutal injuries suffered by a black man, 28, at the hands of white Mississippi deputies during a traffic stop - but cops claim he resisted arrest

A Mississippi civil rights lawyer says his black client was brutally beaten by white law enforcement officers during a traffic stop earlier this month, but a sheriff has hit back saying the man seemed to be high on drugs and resisted arrest.

Sleep with Ooni’s ex-queen, die prematurely – Ifa priest

Notable Ifa priest Yemi Elebuibon has declared that any man who sleeps with Zynab Otiti Obanor, former queen of the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, will die prematurely.

LOBATAN: Nollywood actors, over 40 & unmarried

Shan George
Getting married is maybe one of the most difficult decisions a person has to make, that is if the person wants to be married. The process of finding the right partner is almost as difficult as making heaven. In ancient times, parents married off their children against their will, could be for personal benefit, poverty e.t.c. Matchmaking was very common and marriages lasted longer.

AJ CULTIST: UK jails 3 Nigerians for laundering £1m to Black Axe leader in Nigeria

The Nakpodias jailed for laundering money to Black Axe leader in Nigeria. L-R, Unuakpotovo, Okemiorukaye and Esther

Three Nigerian siblings who were working directly for the leader of the Nigerian Black Axe gang, Augustus Bemigho-Eyeoyibo, have been jailed for a total of 16 years after laundering nearly £1m to him in Nigeria through UK bank accounts.
Crown Prosecution Service reported on its website that Okemiorukaye Nakpodia, 56, was found guilty of conspiracy to money launder at Woolwich Crown Court on 8 May. Esther Nakpodia, 35, Unuakpotovo Nakpodia, 46, both pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing.
They laundered the proceeds of hundreds of frauds between 2007 and 2015.
Police identified 174 suspicious transactions entering bank accounts. Money from a number of the victims of the original frauds ended up in the defendants’ bank accounts and was then laundered by the Nakpodias.
Augustus Bemigho-Eyeoyibo, leader of Black Axe, recipient of the money
Augustus Bemigho-Eyeoyibo, is the brother-in-law of the three defendants. Black Axe is a banned organisation in Nigeria and has been linked to decades of murders, rapes, extortion and drug dealing in Nigeria and across the world, with members allegedly swearing a ‘blood oath’ to join.