Friday, 31 August 2012

Environmental Activist, Rev. Ugolor, Charged With Murder Of Olaitan Oyerinde, Personal Secretary to Edo State Governor



The Nigeria Police Force today in Benin City, Edo State, arraigned before a Benin Magistrate Court, Rev David Ugbolor and nine others arrested in connection with the murder of Comrade Olaitan Oyerinde, the late Personal Secretary to the Executive Governor of Edo State.

It would be recalled that last week, a High Court sitting in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria, ordered the Inspector General of Police (IGP), and the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), to release Rev. David Ugolor from detention immediately and unconditionally.  It was the second time the court was issuing that order.  

The 10 men arraigned today faced different charges bordering on conspiracy, murder, armed robbery, illegal possession of arms and receiving stolen property.

World’s Shortest Man and Woman Meet





In April, Guinness World Records brought together the world’s shortest man and woman for the first time in history. Taken together, their 45-inch height is the average for an 8-year-old. But their glee at being photographed was immeasurably high, take a look...









Morgue staff docked for assaulting Photo Journalist




Battered, Benedict Uwalaka

Bayo Ogunshola, a mortuary staff of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) has been docked at a Magistrate Court in Ikeja Lagos (South West, Nigeria) for assaulting a photo journalist, Benedict Uwalaka, for readers  that are not aware of the initial story, see it HERE.

3 year old girl raped in Lagos

The raped 3 year old girl
Wonders indeed shall never end, this mind boggling story of a 3 year old child raped
yesterday afternoon at Adeniji Adele, Dolphin Estate, Phase 2, Lagos (South West Nigeria) is one that will keep you wondering what the world is turning into.

Reports i just got from Linda Ikeji's blog says the little girl ran into a woman's shop crying. The woman asked her why she was crying, but the little girl couldn't really express herself. 

She just kept pointing at a particular direction, and crying. Then a few minutes later, the shop owner saw a man approaching her shop and calling on the girl to follow him. The woman asked the man who he was and why he was after the girl. The man probably realized the women wasn't going to release the girl to him, so he tried to run. The woman raised an alarm immediately shouting ole ole, thinking he was a kidnapper, not knowing he had done something much worse.


Please continue...




Thursday, 30 August 2012

400 Nigerian students face deportation from the UK




Over 400 Nigerians studying at the London Metropolitan University face deportation due to the institution’s administrative challenges.

The UK Border Agency (UKBA) announced on Wednesday that the University lost its Highly Trusted Status for sponsoring international students.

Boko Haram exposes identities of SSS officials: threatens to kill them




The associated press has just reported that Personnel records of former and current members of Nigeria's top domestic spy agency, (the SSS)  including home addresses and names of immediate family members, has been leaked on the internet by members of the radical islamist sect, Boko Haram who have threatened to kill them all..

Cynthia Osokogu's murder: hotel sacks staff for negligence


There were indications on Wednesday that Cosmilla Hotel, Amuwo Odofin, where Cynthia Osokogu was killed, had sacked some of its employees.

Although the Commissioner of Police Lagos State Command, Mr. Umar Manko, said no employee of the hotel was suspected of being complicit, the hotel management reportedly sacked the employees on duty on the day that Cynthia was killed for negligence.

700 year old "Spirit" arrested in Kano



The Kano State Police Command has arrested one Nura Hamza, who posed as a 700-year-old spirit, to allegedly dupe unsuspecting members of the public.

The Police Commissioner in the state, Mr. Ibrahim Idris told newsmen on Wednesday in Kano that the accused, who resides at Kurnar Asabe quarters, was arrested on August 23, following a complaint from one of his alleged victims.

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Andy Uba makes futile bid to claim $15million "Ibori loot"





Investigations by online news medium, Sahara Reporters has uncovered a scheme by Andy Uba, a former aide on domestic matters to ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo, to lay claims to the controversial $15 million that was part of former Governor James Ibori's corruption trial. 

Senegal's President, Sall wants to abolish Senate to fund flood relief



Senegal's President Macky Sall has called for the country's Senate to be abolished, with the money saved going to pay for flood relief.

He had cut short a visit to South Africa to deal with the severe floods, which have claimed at least 13 lives.

Policeman arrested for having sex with 9 year old child


 

A policeman serving with the Bauchi State Police Command has been arrested for allegedly having anal sex with children between the ages of nine and twelve. 

The state’s Commissioner of Police, Mohammed Ladan, confirmed the incident while speaking with Daily Trust.

"Why I resigned" -Barth Nnaji






It is no longer news that Nigeria's minister for Power, Prof. Barth Nnaji has resigned his appointment.

Nigerians are however eager to find out if the minister resigned or was fired.

Their pessimism on the truth behind the resignation story is based on the fact that public office holders in Nigeria hardly resign their appointments even in cases where they are fingered in large scale corruption.

The minister has bared his mind on the matter in an interview with This day newspapers, take a look.


Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Unbelievable!!! see what Indian ladies do to their "Privates"


I culled what you are about to read from an Indian blogspot...have a wonderful time perusing it.

France opens murder inquiry into Arafat's 2004 death


The conspiracy theory on the death of one time Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat has been reinvigorated as a French court has opened a murder inquiry into his death eight years ago.

This follows claims by his widow that he may have been poisoned.

Arafat died in a Paris military hospital in November 2004, a month after being flown, seriously ill, from his battered headquarters in Ramallah, where he had been effectively confined by Israel for more than two and a half years.

Saeb Erekat, chief negotiator for the Palestinian Authority, welcomed the inquiry. However, he said the Arab League would also call at the United Nations for an international investigation into the death of Arafat, who led Palestinians' campaign to create a state through years of war and peace.

Allegations of foul play have long surrounded Arafat's demise after French doctors who treated him in his final days said they could not establish the cause of death.

(Culled from Reuters)

Minister of Power, Prof. Barth Nnaji resigns







Reports just coming in says President Goodluck Jonathan has accepted the resignation with immediate effect of the Minister of Power, Prof. Barth Nnaji.

A press statement issued by the President's special adviser on media and publicity Dr Rueben Abati said Jonathan thanked Prof. Nnaji for his services to the nation under the present administration and wishes him well in his future endeavours.

The circumstances surrounding the resignation of the minister is still unclear, trust me to bring you details of events as they unfold.

El Rufai praises Akpabio for good governance in Akwa Ibom



On a trip to Uyo, the Akwa Ibom state capital, (South-South, Nigeria) former FCT Minister, Nasir el Rufai seemed to be impressed with infrastructural developments in the state, he tweeted this a couple of minutes ago... (his tweet is after the cut)

Chinese Club threatens to sell Former Chelsea strikers Drogba and Anelka




The local media in China  are reporting that former Chelsea strikers Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka could be sold by China’s Shanghai Shenhua due to an escalating equity stake row among shareholders.

According to the China Daily, Chairman Zhu Jun, who holds a 28.5 percent stake, would only pay his share of the club’s daily costs if his demands for greater control were not met.

Bomb explosion in Maiduguri, JTF officials injured




A bomb planted at the West End roundabout in Maiduguri (North East, Nigeria) has injured several members of the Joint Task Force in Maiduguri according to eyewitnesses.

Sahara reporters has just reported that the large bomb embedded at the West End roundabout, which was remotely controlled, exploded around 10 AM Nigerian time. 

A second blast was reported at Sabon Layi area in Gwange Ward. Details of the second blast are sketchy.

The JTF spokesperson, Lt. Col Musa Sagir, confirmed there were explosions in the city but said a full briefing will be made to the media as the JTF was still actively patrolling the city to determine those responsible for the latest attacks.

Monday, 27 August 2012

Today's Photo: how not to treat a child...lol


Way to treat a child?...definitely not...lol

Former NSA, Azazi acquires multi billion naira mansions in Abuja




This story is an investigative piece carried out by online News Agency, Premium Times, it goes ahead to expose the profilgacy of Nigeria's ruling class, have a wonderful time reading.

Senate Committee directs CBN to suspend introduction of 5,000 naira note




The Senate Committee on Banking, Insurance and other Financial Institutions on Monday directed the Central Bank of Nigeria to suspend the introduction of  N5,000 note until the Senate was properly briefed.

The Chairman of the committee, Senator Bassey Otu  (PDP-Cross River) issued the directive while speaking to newsmen in Abuja.

Murder of Cynthia Osokogu: Killers appear in Court




Four suspects were this morning (Monday 27th August) arraigned before Magistrate Aka Bashorun of Yaba Magistrate’s court in connection with the murder of Cynthia Osokogu.
 
The suspects are Okwumo Echezona Nwabufor, 33, Ezike Ilechukwu Olisaeloka, 23, Orji Osita, 32, and Maduakor Chukwunonso, 25.

Future Awards: Winners list




The Future Awarda 2012 held yesterday (August 26, 2012) in Port Harcourt and had in attendance a host of well-known faces. Here’s a list of who won what. 

Best Use of Advocacy- Babafemi Oyediran
Best Use of New Media- Gidi Traffic
Creative Artiste of the Year- Bayo Omoboriowo
Designer of the Year- Toju Foyeh

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Nigerian sentenced to death for drug peddling in Malaysia




A Malaysian court on Sunday sentenced a Nigerian man to death after convicting him of trafficking more than 14 kilos (31 pounds) of marijuana over the land border with Thailand, a report said.

The court said there was little doubt fifty year old Moses Chinedu Nwosu, was guilty of the crime — punishable with death by hanging — after the drugs were seized from him on the night of March 25 last year.

Farmer shoots son, mistaking him for monkey




A farmer in southern Nepal mistook his son for a monkey trying to steal his crops and shot the 12-year-old dead, police in Kathmandu said on Sunday.

Chitra Bahadur Pulami had been climbing a tree to chase away macaques that had become a nuisance to the family but his father Gupta Bahadur, 55, spotted the boy and opened fire, wrongly believing him to be one of the animals.

Saturday, 25 August 2012

Deji Bademosi quits Channels TV




The overbearing influence of Nigeria's media owners (popularly called the Big Masquerades in the media circle) has reared its ugly head again, this has resulted in the resignation of Multiple award winning TV journalist, Deji Bademosi from Channels TV.

Reports reaching me say Bademosi resigned his appointment over what sources described as “irreconcilable differences” with the Chairman of the station, John Momoh.

13 teenage Chinese prostitutes arrested by Nigerian Immigration




Following a tip-off, the Nigerian Immigration service have arrested and paraded 13 teenage Chinese prostitutes.

They were arrested and detained by the Nigerian Immigration Service following a raid of their base on Emina Crescent, off Toyin Street, Ikeja.

The only man who can stop Boko Haram



Datti Ahmed
The man pictured above, Dr. Ibrahim Datti Ahmed has been described as the only man who can stop the Boko Haram bloodbath in Northern Nigeria.

This revelation was made by a Muslim organization.

The group described the renowned medical doctor and President of the Supreme Council of Sharia in Nigeria, Dr. Ibrahim Datti Ahmed as the man with the key to ending the insurgency by the fundamentalist Islamic group.

Murder of Cynthia: Dad warns youths over social media relationship





Following the huge hits stories on the late Cynthia Osokogu has attracted from readers of this blog, i have decided to go the extra mile in bringing my esteemed readers details of events following her death.

Addressing newsmen in Jos, Plateau state (North central, Nigeria) the father of Cynthia, Major General Frank Osokogu (rtd), said the death of his daughter has not been in vain as it serves as a caution to youths who get to know friends on social media and venture to meet them.

Friday, 24 August 2012

Victor Moses officially a "blue"


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Chelsea have signed Wigan forward Victor Moses for an undisclosed fee thought to be around £9m.

The Champions League winners had four previous bids for the former England Under-21 international rejected.

A statement on Chelsea's official website read: "Chelsea Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of Victor Moses from Wigan Athletic."

No details were given on the contract for Moses, who played in the Blues' 2-0 victory at the DW Stadium on Sunday.

Chelsea are believed to have offered £7m up front, with a further £2m in add-ons.

Prince Harry's nude Pics splashed on the SUN




British tabloid, the Sun, went ahead with the publication of the nude pictures of Prince Harry despite calls from the Royal family not to do so.

For your information Prince Harry is the third in line to the British throne.

Freedom of information in action...lol

Samuel Etoo recalled to Cameroon National team



Samuel Eto'o has been recalled to the Cameroon squad after completing his eight-month international ban.

The 31-year-old striker was suspended for his part in a player strike over unpaid bonuses following a tournament in Morocco last year.

Kidnapped ESUT VC Finally released

Nine days after his abduction by unknown gunmen, the Vice Chancellor of Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), Prof Cyprian Onyeji was released shortly before midnight Thursday.

Murder of Cynthia Osokogu: more victims of killers emerge



The suspects and items recovered from them


Two women have reported to the Area E Police Command, FESTAC, Lagos claiming that they were also drugged and raped by the suspects arrested over the death of Cynthia, the daughter of Maj.-Gen. Frank Osokogu (Retired).

Reports from the Punch newspaper says  the two identified the suspects – Nwabuzo Okumo and Odera Ezekiel – and wrote statements at the command.

Thursday, 23 August 2012

Prince Harry's nude pics to be published by the SUN


The Pictures above are that of Prince Harry, a heir to the British throne.

Shocking as they might seem, a popular British tabloid, the Sun, is about to make life more miserable for the Royal family who are appalled by the pictures of the 27 year old prince taken by an unknown person while on a trip of Las Vegas.

SSS Hands Over Suspected Killers of Oyerinde To Police




The Suspects

Late Oyerinde


Amidst the confusion which trailed their contradictory reports, the State Security Service, SSS, on Thursday handed over six suspected killers of the Principal Private Secretary to the Governor of Edo state, Comrade Olaitan Oyerinde, to the Nigeria Police.

BREAKING NEWS: NUPENG calls off strike



 
National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas workers have called off its strike.

The News Agency of Nigeria has just reported that the strike was called off Thursday night after the union, government and other “stakeholders” reached an agreement.

The union leaders had Thursday night entered another round of negotiations with the government after suspending the strike nationwide.

it will be recalled that the union suspended the strike earlier on Thursday following the intervention of the Senate. But vowed to boycott Abuja in fuel supply.

The latest agreement will see the restoration of fuel supply in the country and Abuja.

Keke operators in Imo get 10 million naira interest free loan




In line with his campaign promises, Imo state Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha has empowered keke operators (commercial Tri-cycle taxi) in the state with an interest-free revolving loan of 10 million Naira.

Ex militants feed fat on FG cash




Dokubo and Tompolo
A report by America’s Wall Street Journal has revealed the mind-boggling million dollar sums that the Nigerian government has been paying Niger Delta warlords to keep them off the oil pipelines in the past 12 months.

Mr. Dokubo Asari, the former warlord that first shot to national limelight collects $9million every year to keep his estimated 4000 soldiers at bay. ‘General’ Ateke Tom and ‘General‘ Ebikabowei Boyloaf Victor Ben collect $3.5million apiece while General Government Tompolo Ekpumopolo is the most priced of all: he gets $22.5 million yearly.

CBN to introduce 5000 naira note next year





Reports reaching me say Nigeria's central bank has concluded plans to introduce new currency notes in the denomination of 5 and 2 thousand naira notes.

Sources at the apex bank say the plan is meant to reduce the volume of cash baggage and security exposure in cash transactions.
 
The bank has also made plans to convert 5, 10, 20 and 50 notes into coins.

What do you think of this plan?


Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Murder of Cynthia Osokogu: Killers open up



Two murder suspects who were paraded today by the Lagos State Police Command, Ikeja, Echezona Nwabufor, 33, and Ezekiel Nnechuwu Olisa Eloka, 23, have narrated how they drugged the daughter of a retired General, Miss Cynthia Akuzogwu Udoka, 25, and strangled her in order to steal her money.

One of the suspects, Eloka, said they killed Cynthia because they thought she had a lot of money in her possession. But after the dastardly act, they did not find a reasonable amount of money on her.

Boko Haram denies dialogue with Government


 
The leadership of Jamaatu ahlis sunnah lil daawati wal jihad, popularly known as Boko Haram, has again, denied engaging in talks with the Nigerian government, contrary to widespread reports that the sect had re- entered into dialogue with the government.

Reports say the group made the denial in an email it sent to online news agency, Premium Times on Wednesday evening.

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Photo talk

See how Usain Bolt celebrated his birthday...lol 




Liberian President suspends son




In what looked like a show of transparency, Liberia's President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has suspended one of her sons from the post of central bank deputy governor for failing to declare his assets.

The President's son, Charles Sirleaf, according to an official government statement was among 46 officials suspended for not making the disclosure to anti-corruption officials.

He was one of three sons appointed to top posts by his mother following her re-election last year.

'One in every 55 people living with HIV/AIDS in Cross River" – SACA DG


One in every 55 persons in Cross River state is said to be living with Acquired Immune Deficiency  Syndrome, AIDS.

This staggering disclosure was made by  the Director-General of the Cross River State Agency for the Control of HIV/AIDS (SACA), Irene Aniyom.

Update on the murder of Cynthia Osokogu


If you are not aware of the initial story of the late Cynthia Osokogu, please check it out HERE.

However, there is a new twist to the story as a close friend of Cynthia has denied and condemned reports making the rounds that the deceased was killed by a friend she met on social network site, facebook.

In a telephone conversation with me a while ago, Aishatu Ella, a very close friend of Cynthia  said the reports were unfounded and out rightly false as the deceased had only gone to Lagos to buy clothing items which she sells in her boutique in Nasarawa state.

To buttress her point, Aishatu Ella went ahead to pour her heart out on her facebook page detailing the life and time of the late Cynthia...take a look...



Murder of Cynthia Osokogu exposes dark side of social media



A beautiful young Nigerian, Cynthia Osokogu who was declared missing in July 24th  was recently identified in a morgue in Lagos.

Reports reaching me say while the search for the post graduate student of Nasarawa state university was on, she was actually lying cold in a morgue after being confirmed dead at a hotel room in lagos where she had been tricked to by a friend she purpotedly met on social network, facebook.

According to a source who confirmed that 2 arrests have so far been made, Cynthia was a victim of a 419 robbery gone wrong. 

Nigerian student, face life imprisonment in Ukraine





A young Nigerian student, Olaolu Femi, is facing life in prison in Ukraine for attempted murder.

Signs to prove your man is about to dump you


Ever wonder if your man is secretly hoping to end your relationship? Kate Taylor, relationship expert at match.com, reveals the clues you’re about to lose him – and how to get things back on the right track