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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Ogun State police officers allegedly demanding for bribe before prosecuting man who defiled a disabled minor



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Singer Sunny Ade shows off his 5 wives



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Nigerians arrested while printing fake currencies in Johannesburg, South Africa



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Producer of Issakabba and AKi and PAW killed after surviving auto crash








According to reports, Emelionwu was involved in a ghastly accident, yesterday, in Imo State. He however came out of the accident alive, but was knocked down by a hit and run driver, while trying to cross to the other side of the road.

Kasvid produced many blockbusters, including Issakabba and AKi and PAW.
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SARS officers brutalize man after using an ATM in Lagos



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Nigerian lady, Stephanie, tattoos her boyfriend’s face to her arm in Abuja



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Nigerian mom gives birth inside plane en route New York (photos)





Dr. Sij Hemal, 27, a second-year urology resident at Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, helped a 41-year-old Nigerian banker, Toyin Ogundipe, deliver her baby on December, 17, 2017.
Ogundipe, who resides in both the United Kingdom and Nigeria – went into labor about midway into her flight from Paris-to-New York, as the jet skirted the southern coast of Greenland, 35,000 feet below. 
An emergency landing would require a two-hour diversion to a U.S. military base in the Azores Islands, so Dr. Hemal – who volunteered to assist Toyin – recommended to the pilot that they continue to JFK International Airport, still four hours away. 
“Her contractions were about 10 minutes apart, so a pediatrician (Dr. Stefanie Ortolan, of Senlis, France) and I began to monitor her vital signs and keep her comfortable,” explains Dr. Hemal. 

They also suggested Toyin be moved to the roomier first-class section, which had very few passengers. While the flight’s air hostesses tended to Toyin’s traveling companion, her 4-year-old daughter, Amy, the doctors helped her mom deliver her baby boy.
Toyin recalls being rather composed throughout the delivery, thanks to the calm manner of the two doctors and the professional treatment they provided: “I was relaxed because I knew I was in safe hands. They did everything a doctor or midwife would have done if I was in the labor room in the hospital. Even better, if you ask me.” 
After about 30 minutes of pushing, Toyin gave birth to a boy, whom she named Jake. Upon arrival at JFK, Toyin, Jake and Amy were whisked away by ambulance to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center. Toyin was released later that day, and is recovering – with her children – at the home of friends in New Jersey. 
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Customs officer shoots 8-month pregnant woman in Ogun

A pregnant woman, identified as Olugunna Bukola was, on Thursday, shot by operatives of the Nigeria Customs Service at the Iyana-Iyesi, Ota, Ogun State.  
Bukola, a staff of IBEDC, Ota, was allegedly shot by the NCS operatives attached to the Federal Operation Unit (FOU) Ikeja, around 7.45a.m. while on her way to the office.

She was hit by bullets on her back and the left side of her body, when the customs officials were on the pursuit of rice smugglers in the area. Bukola was later rushed to a nearby hospital for medical treatment.
The customs official who shot her was later arrested by policemen attached to Obasanjo Farm police station and later taken to Sango Police Station.

The Public Relations Officer (PRO) of Ogun State Customs Area Command, Abdullahi Maiwada, however, confirmed the incident and said the woman was only brushed by stray bullets and not hit, adding that she is responding to treatment.
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IPOB was legally declared a terrorist group, Court rules



An Abuja Division of the Federal High Court has refused an application by members of the Indigenous People Of Biafra seeking the nullification of the proscription order made against the group on September 20. 
Members of IPOB had approached the court after it made an order proscribing the group as a terror organisation last September.
Justice Adamu Kafarati, in a ruling on an application by the group, held that the proscription order was validly made. 
Yerima Justice Kafarati held that IPOB’s application, seeking the vacation of the proscription order was unmeritorious and deserved to be dismissed. The judge awarded N500,000 cost against IPOB. The group’s lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, said the ruling will be appealed. 
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Boy, 17, kills his mom with pestle over missing memory card



A 17-old boy identified as Emmanuel Gyan, has been arrested for allegedly killing his mother over a missing memory card at Wassa in the Western Region, Ghana. 
The accused, on Monday January 15, allegedly accused the mother of taking his memory card and subsequently confronted her on the missing item. The deceased, Faustina Agyeiwaa, 52, denied any knowledge of the missing memory card but Emmanuel wouldn’t take the mother’s plea.
According to Wassa Police, Isaac became furious over the matter and attacked the mother with a pestle, hitting her on the head several times. Not satisfied with the beatings, Emmanuel removed firewood from a nearby fire, burned the mother with it until she succumbed to the injuries and died on the spot. πŸ“Έ: Adom News
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God told me she’s my wife – Pastor who abducted 21-yr-old girl in Delta State. [Swipe]








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Photos: 12 killed, 50 injured in twin suicide attacks in Borno

Photos: 12 killed, 50 injured in twin suicide attacks in Borno

also read Photos: EFCC arraigns Ex-Nasarawa governor's son, Mohammed Adamu, for N92m Fraud

No fewer than 12 traders have been killed and 50 others injured in a twin suicide bomb attacks that happened at the Muna garage in Maiduguri on Wednesday, January 17th. See more photos from the attack below


Photos: 12 killed, 50 injured in twin suicide attacks in Borno

Photos: 12 killed, 50 injured in twin suicide attacks in Borno
Photos: 12 killed, 50 injured in twin suicide attacks in Borno
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Davido's producer, Kiddominat apologizes to Soundcity following his Twitter rant for not winning the 'Producer of the year' award



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Last weekend, Kiddominat, the producer behind Davido's monster hit single 'IF' lost the 'Producer of the year' award to Young John at the Soundcity MVP Awards.

He wasn't happy about it and went on a Twitter rant to call out the award organisers. Now he's swallowed his pride and gave a lenghty apology to Soundcity saying, 'I, 'Kiddominat' would love to use this opportunity to offer my Profound Apologies to the Organisers of the SoundCity MVP Awards Festival and To my Loyal Fans for my Angry Outbursts and the bad choice of words that I used against the MVPs festival'.

He goes on to say, 'those words does not reflect my true personality and I am deeply sorry and I hope and pray that my Fans and the entire management of  Consolidated Media Associates the Organisers of the SoundCity MVP would accept my apologies. We live and we Learn'.

"I want to congratulate all my fellow nominees and the winner of that category and also specially thank SoundCity MVP Awards for recognising and celebrating our talent.We are all Winners. 2018 is a year I started with so much Positivity and it will remain so with zero negativities. Once Again Congratulation to All the Winners at the Recently Concluded SoundCity MVP Awards and Blessing to SoundCity for Such a Great Platform and for organising one of the Best Award Festival to be seen in Africa. Watch out for More Bangers from me in 2018,God bless all my Fans".

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Gunmen kill two police officers, abduct an American and a Canadian in Kaduna

Gunmen kill two police officers, abduct an American and a Canadian in Kaduna

Gunmen suspected to be kidnappers, on Tuesday killed two policemen and abducted two foreign nationals, a Canadian and an American, on Kwoi-Jere road in Kagarko local government area of Kaduna State.
According to reports, the victims leaving Kafanchan and Kaura where they had gone for a visit when the gunmen ambushed them, opened fire on their vehicle, killed the two police officers that served as escorts before kidnapping the foreign nationals. 
The Kaduna state police command is yet to react to the development. 
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Photos: LASEMA Response Unit rescue woman trapped in the mud under Third Mainland Bridge

Photos: LASEMA Response Unit rescue woman trapped in the mud under Third Mainland Bridge



Officials of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency LASEMA Response Unit today rescued a woman trapped in the mud under Third Mainland Bridge. See more photos below


Photos: LASEMA Response Unit rescue woman trapped in the mud under Third Mainland Bridge


Photos: LASEMA Response Unit rescue woman trapped in the mud under Third Mainland Bridge
Photos: LASEMA Response Unit rescue woman trapped in the mud under Third Mainland Bridge
Photos: LASEMA Response Unit rescue woman trapped in the mud under Third Mainland Bridge
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"I can't date you if you wear wigs or lacefront... I have standard" Billionaire son Paddy Adenuga says and women quickly deny their wigs on Twitter

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Paddy Adenuga, the son of billionaire businessman Mike Adenuga, has revealed the kind of woman he can never be with.
He wrote: "i can't date you if you wear wigs or lacefronts.. never! i have standards and i refuse to compromise ?"
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Following his declaration, women replied denouncing their wigs. Some even went as far as saying they have never seen wigs in their lives before.
See replies below.

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Photos: EFCC arraigns Ex-Nasarawa governor's son, Mohammed Adamu, for N92m Fraud

Photos: EFCC arraigns Ex-Nasarawa governor

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 arraigned Mohammed Nuraini Adamu, son of former governor of Nasarawa State, Abdullahi Adamu alongside one Felix Onyeabo Ojiako before Justice J. K. Daggard of the Federal High Court sitting in Kano on a 5-count charge of money laundering.

Adamu's trouble followed a petition by one Atta Esin, Executive Director, Biolocks Technologies Limited who alleged that the defendants used his company’s name (Biolocks) to execute contract without his knowledge.
Photos: EFCC arraigns Ex-Nasarawa governor
He further alleged that the contract resulted in the accumulation of withholding tax to the tune of N1,311,519.99 (One Million, Three Hundred and Eleven Thousand, Five Hundred and Nineteen Naira, Ninety Nine Kobo).
According to the petitioner, the contract worth was N26,230,399.60 (Twenty Six Million, Two Hundred Thirty Thousand, Three Hundred and Ninety Nine Naira, Sixty Kobo), but investigation into the alleged fraud revealed that the actual contract sum was N92,036,490 (Ninety Two Million, Thirty Six Thousand, Four Hundred and Ninety Naira Only).
Adamu and his co-accused allegedly perpetrated the fraud by forging the board resolution of the company in order to open a new account in the company's name where the proceeds of the contract were subsequently deposited.
The defendants pleaded not guilty when it was read to them.
In view of their pleas, prosecuting counsel, B. M. Buhari asked the court for a date to commence trial.
Adamu’s counsel, Mamman Lawal raised no objection but prayed the court to admit his clients to bail.
Buhari opposed the bail application with a 7-paragraph counter affidavit. He, however, left the discretion to or not to grant the application to the court.
Justice Daggard, thereafter, adjourned to February 7 for ruling on the bail application and ordered the defendants to be remanded in EFCC custody.
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Man who lied about his genotype, abandons his 3 sickle celled children in Lagos





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