Friday, 26 May 2017
The Minister of Labour and Productivity, Chris Ngige, has asked the Southeast to stop complaining of marginalisation by the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration.
He lamented that all his efforts to persuade the Igbo to wisely invest in Buhari’s presidential bid in 2015 failed because of lack of cooperation by many South-east leaders, who threw their weight behind former President Goodluck Jonathan.
The Federal and Lagos State Governments are seeking sanction for Kenya Airways for conveying a dead body from Ebola infested Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC, without approval from the necessary bodies.
This is coming as the corpse flown in from DRC has tested negative to the deadly Ebola virus.
At a joint news conference on Thursday in Ikeja, Lagos, Southwest Nigeria, Lagos Commissioner for Health, Dr. Jide Idris said the Kenya airline conveyed the deceased to Nigeria against the extant regulation.
Bomber Salman Adebi phoned his nuclear scientist mother hours before his deadly attack and said 'forgive me', a Libyan anti-terror official has said.
A Libyan security source revealed Abedi rang his younger brother Hashem in Libya, telling him to get their mother Samia Tabbal, 50, to call him.
Details of his plea for forgiveness emerged after Tabbal was quizzed by police in Tripoli.
Thursday, 25 May 2017
Sad photos of a crying 17-month-old boy who was found drinking milk from his mother's dead body in India
Police in Damoh district, Madhya Pradesh, India, were called to reports of a dead body near train tracks. According to a witness present there, a woman was seen lying on the ground near the railway track and a child next to her was crying and drinking milk from her breast. The 7-month old was unaware that his mother was dead.
A Manchester United fan had a creative way to persuade Zlatan Ibrahimovic to stay.
He held a banner that insinuated that Ibrahimovic could have SEX with his wife if he stays at the club.
The cheeky banner begged the veteran Swede to stay at the club. It read: “Zlatan, stay and can sh@g my wife”, with a picture of the Swedish striker celebrating one of his many goals for the Red Devils this season.
A NairaBet agent ended his life, on Wednesday, over his inability to pay a customer who allegedly won a N600,000 bet.
According to Punch, Residents of Obadeyi Ajala woke up on Wednesday to find the deceased dangling from a rope in an uncompleted shop at Ajala bus stop, on the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway.
A girlfriend of the deceased, who reportedly worked in a filling station in the area, was alerted. The lady reportedly passed out on sighting the body, but was revived by the sympathisers at the scene.
This is allegedly what Nigerian soldiers did to students during the Students Union Government election at Bauchi State College of Education Kangere on Wednesday, May 24.
Comrade Shettima Umar, Vice President, National Affairs of the National Association of Nigerian Students, (NANS), who witnessed the incident firsthand, will share details shortly.
Nigeria's Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Committee (LPDC) of the Body of Benchers which punishes misconduct among lawyers, has barred Emeka Ephraim Ugwuonye, a former US-based Nigerian lawyer from practicing in Nigeria.
The controversial lawyer who was disbarred in New York and Maryland for professional misconduct in 2013 relocated to Nigeria to continue his practice. He was part of the legal team who facilitated the release of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB from Kuje prison.
Sunday, 21 May 2017
The Blues didn't settle for simply winning the title, instead opting for an historic campaign
With the Premier League title already in hand, Chelsea could have taken it easy in the final week of the season.
Instead, the Blues went for a little bit of history, securing their 30th win of the season thanks to a 5-1 rout of cellar dwellars Sunderland on Sunday.
Saturday, 20 May 2017
A brazen couple have been pictured 'having sex' outside a busy block of flats in broad daylight.
Neighbours looked on in shock as the lovers seemingly had intercourse in full view of anyone who cared to watch.
A young man and woman, described as being around 20 by a witness, were seen engaged in a 15-minute romp by a set of stairs at 8pm on Saturday.
An openly lesbian woman from Soweto was brutalised and murdered in a suspected hate crime, the day before starting her promising new job. On Sunday, May 14, the half naked body of 27-year-old Lerato Tambai Moloi, described by activists as a “butch” lesbian, was found in Naledi Ext.
She was discovered by community members who were cutting down tall grass in a field near a railway line. Her trousers and underwear had been pulled down. Large rocks had been thrown onto her head.
Here's what she wrote;
"Infinix hot 4 exploded live in our compound this morning the phone was in her pocket while she was sweeping then exploded Thanks to God Almighty a live was saved today #INFINIXHOT4"
Tragedy struck in the Ajuwon area of Lagos State on Wednesday May 17, at Bada Hospital at Bale road, when a young lady said to be in her late 20's committed suicide by drinking sniper insecticide, LIB reports.
The lady, identified as Patience Akpan, was said to have left her father's place that Wednesday afternoon before she was seen in another street within the area wringing in pains, with the sniper bottle still in her hands.
It seems the release of the Chibok girls, didn't come with just swapping Boko Haram prisoners, as BBC claims that the Nigerian Government paid the terrorists, 2 million euros and also released 5 senior Boko Haram militants.
Here's BBC's report;
"The details of the deal are sketchy. Our sources don’t want to be named and their version of events is hard to confirm, but they say the men were high-level Boko Haram bomb-makers, and that they were accompanied by two million euros in cash.