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Monday, April 16, 2018

27-year-old Kenyan woman returns after being raped and jailed in Saudi Arabia

27-year-old Kenyan woman returns after being raped and jailed in Saudi Arabia

A 27-year-old Kenyan woman has returned home after a one-year ordeal in a Saudi Arabian prison.
Levina Mapenzi Ngolo, who was jailed for allegedly engaging in illicit sex, returned home from Riyadh last Thursday night aboard an Ethiopian airliner.
In her arms was a two-year-old boy she says she conceived as a result of the rape.
Ngolo, who worked as a house help, said she was raped by an Indian migrant.
They were employed by the same person and stayed in the same flat. She said the man threatened her with a knife.
However, Ms Ngolo was charged, under Saudi Arabia’s law, with engaging in sex outside marriage and jailed. Her attacker is still serving his three-year jail term.
Ngolo said her legs were chained all the time she was in prison. She gave birth to her son in prison after a seven-month court battle.
She said she was handed back her passport at the airport, shortly before boarding the plane back to Kenya.
Ngolo, who spoke at her parents’ home in Frere Town in Mombasa, claimed her Indian attacker, a driver, raped her overnight in 2016.
“The driver took advantage of the absence of our employer to attack me. Our employer had gone to visit her children. He accosted me as I came out of the house,” said Ngolo.
While in prison, Ngolo said, inmates were often beaten but she was spared because of her pregnancy.
Ngolo’s sister, Esther Kaidza, said a Kenyan woman called in September 2016 to inform her that her sibling had been arrested.
“A woman who was speaking Arabic was the first one to call me but we were unable to communicate because of language barrier. Later, the Kenyan called me. She said Lavina was in custody for sleeping with a driver and becoming pregnant, contrary to the laws of that land,” Kaidza said.
Ngolo said she could not immediately report the incident to her employer for fear of the consequences.
But after some time, she started feeling sick. That is when her employer took her to hospital. She tested positive for pregnancy.
“It was my employer’s son who first expressed suspicions that I could be pregnant. After the truth came out, his mother suggested that I be quietly returned to Kenya. However, her son took me to a police station, where I was immediately arrested,” said Ngolo.
Her attacker was beaten up and taken to the police station. They were both charged with engaging in illicit sex.
Ngolo was sentenced to one year in jail because she did not consent to sex while the driver was jailed for three years. She said she was not allowed to attend clinic until she gave birth.
Her father, Ngolo Baya, 75, said he was happy to welcome his daughter and her baby back home.
"The entire family was shocked when we learnt of her arrest in a foreign country,” Baya said.
Source: Standard Digital
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Ceec becomes Head of House for the final week in Big Brother Naija House

Ceec becomes Head of House for the final week in Big Brother Naija House

In a twist of fate, Ceec has just been named Head of House for the final week in the Big Brother Naija house.

She was unanimously voted by the 4 other housemates as the only one left who has held the position the least number of times.
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''Some of the 'Best Christians' in Nigeria are serving in Buhari's government''VP Osinbajo says



According to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, some of the finest crops of Christians in Nigeria currently serve in the Buhari-led administration. Osinbajo said this at the 50th thanksgiving service of Senator Binta Garba in Adamawa state yesterday April 15th.
“The truth of the matter is that in the government of today, we have some of the most erudite Christians, some of the best Christians occupying positions in government. Boss Mustapha, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, who is a pastor; the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Winifred Oyo-Ita and of course I, the Vice-President are all Christians. But it is not enough to have Christians in government like myself. It is never enough. If you look through the scriptures whether it was Joseph, Daniel or Esther, every person who made an impact in governance in the scripture that we see was supported by the prayers of the people of God. God is not moved unless we move His hands in the place of prayers. We are in a period in history when God wants to do something that is why some of us are in government. The opportunity must not be lost, your prayers to God will make that difference.” he said
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The FG has recovered N7.8bn, $378m, £27,880 from whistleblowers - Kemi Adeosun


The?FG has recovered N7.8bn, $378m, ?27,880 from whistleblowers?- Kemi Adeosun

The Federal Government yesterday said it recovered a total of N7.8 billion, $378 million, and 27,000 pounds through the whistle-blower policy. The whistle-blower policy was introduced sometime in 2016, to enable persons with information on looted funds, to disclose same to authorities, with rewards and protection.

Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, made the disclosure in Abuja, at an evaluation workshop organised by the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC). Adeosun, who was represented by Dr. Dikwa, further disclosed that since the whistle-blower policy was introduced, the Federal Government had received 8, 373 enquiries, even as 1, 231 tips were got. “The Federal Government has…recovered directly, as a result of tips received from whistleblowers, the sum of $7.8 billion, US$378 million and 27, 800 Pounds respectively,” Adeosun said.  

The minister said: “The whistleblower policy has been well received and since its introduction in December 2016, we have received 8, 373 enquiries and 1, 231 tips. We have also carried out 791 investigations and completed 534 of those investigations.” Meanwhile, as part of measures to improve on the policy, the minister noted that efforts were on to review its investigative framework. She said: “…  we will begin to focus more on preventive measures, putting in place tight control measures, making it more difficult for a few people to take away assets that belong to an entire country. In addition to this, the investigation framework of the whistleblower policy will be reviewed.”

In his remarks, Chairman of PACAC, Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), said: “A lot of assets have been recovered as a result of the activities of whistleblowers.” While noting that five per cent of whatever amount was recovered remained the maximum reward for now, Sagay maintained that not all whistleblowers were entitled to rewards.
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Photos: Lagos police arrest primary school dropout who has practiced as a medical doctor for four years

Photos: Lagos police arrest primary school dropout who has practiced as a medical doctor for four years



The Lagos state police command today paraded a primary school dropout, Abdulrahman Mohammed, who has practiced as a medical doctor for four years in the state. 
Parading the suspect before newsmen, the state police commissioner, CP Edgal Imohimi, said Mohammed operated a clinic at Idi-Araba area in Mushin, where he administered intravenous injections to patients and also collected blood and urine samples for diagnosis.
“Detectives from the Area D Command, Mushin, arrested one Abdulrahman Mohammed, a native of Ran Village in Gamboru Ngala local government area of Borno State for operating as a medical doctor at 3, Bamishile Street, Idi -Araba, whereas his education stopped at primary school level. Further investigation into the activities of Abdulrahman Mohammed, who has been impersonating as a medical doctor for the past four years revealed that he had been administrating intravenous injections, conducting medical test on his patients and taking urine and blood samples from his patients. He is cooperating with the police and we are working with him to ensure all unregistered drug stores are clamped down.” he said
However, Mohammed has denied practising as a medical doctor. According to him, he only operates a chemist where he sells drugs to people living in his area. 
“I was a hawker. I was hawking drugs before I decided to open a pharmacy. I did not finish my primary school and I was not taught to sell the drugs. My pharmacy was not licensed. I do not treat people. I do not collect blood or urine samples. I only sell the kits and people come to buy it. For the thermometer, people used to come and check their temperature and other things by themselves. If someone comes and complained of headache and fever, I give them Panadol or Boscopan and blood tonic.” he said
Photos: Lagos police arrest primary school dropout who has practiced as a medical doctor for four years
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Girlfriend stabbed boyfriend, starved him and poured boiling water on to him

Girlfriend stabbed boyfriend, starved him and poured boiling water on to him

A controlling and abusive girlfriend who put her boyfriend through hell by assaulting him, depriving him of food, and banning him from their bed, has been jailed
Jordan Worth, 22, was handed a seven-and-a-half-year sentence at Luton Crown Court on Friday after she admitted carrying out several cruel acts against her ex-boyfriend. The college sweethearts started dating in 2012 when they were both 16 but there were worrying signs from the beginning, the court heard.
The court heard how Jordan, a university graduate, scalded her boyfriend with boiling water and stabbed him at their home in the village of Stewartby, in Bedfordshire, England. The boyfriend suffered from hydrocephalus that was caused by a build-up of fluid inside the skull and made him vulnerable.
In addition to the violence, Jordan also decided what clothes her boyfriend was allowed to wear. It was also reported that she did not let him sleep in their bed for nine months and also took over his Facebook account. It got worse when she began using objects to strike him, wounding him with a knife and then failing to get him any medical help.
The campaign of abuse ended in June when neighbours called police to the couple’s home in the early hours after hearing shouting. The ambulance crew noted injuries to his hand, burns to arms and legs that were being self-treated with cling film. There was also cling film round his ankles, and a hand wound that was bleeding.
The boyfriend was immediately taken to the hospital where it was discovered he had second and third degree burns that left permanent scarring and "5% of his total body surface was scalded." Neighbours added they had often heard the couple arguing and the victim was seen on occasions with black eyes, a limp, and with his arm in sling.
A neighbor told how Jordan was once seen at a window "armed" with a screwdriver or hammer. Jordan was later arrested and admitted charges of controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate relationship, wounding with intent and causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
The court heard Jordan, who is now in a new relationship, had two sides and came from a loving and supportive family and had previously carried out voluntary work. She was made the subject of a restraining order which prevents her from contacting her ex for an indefinite period. Jordan had discouraged her former partner from contacting his family during the abusive relationship.
Judge Nic Madge said: "She accepts that she has in the past, on a number of occasions, used blunt objects and implements to strike him and that he suffered injuries as a result of her doing so. She accepts using boiling or hot water to cause injury to him."
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The FG has recovered N7.8bn, $378m, £27,880 from whistleblowers - Kemi Adeosun


The?FG has recovered N7.8bn, $378m, ?27,880 from whistleblowers?- Kemi Adeosun

The Federal Government yesterday said it recovered a total of N7.8 billion, $378 million, and 27,000 pounds through the whistle-blower policy. The whistle-blower policy was introduced sometime in 2016, to enable persons with information on looted funds, to disclose same to authorities, with rewards and protection.

Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, made the disclosure in Abuja, at an evaluation workshop organised by the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC). Adeosun, who was represented by Dr. Dikwa, further disclosed that since the whistle-blower policy was introduced, the Federal Government had received 8, 373 enquiries, even as 1, 231 tips were got. “The Federal Government has…recovered directly, as a result of tips received from whistleblowers, the sum of $7.8 billion, US$378 million and 27, 800 Pounds respectively,” Adeosun said.  

The minister said: “The whistleblower policy has been well received and since its introduction in December 2016, we have received 8, 373 enquiries and 1, 231 tips. We have also carried out 791 investigations and completed 534 of those investigations.” Meanwhile, as part of measures to improve on the policy, the minister noted that efforts were on to review its investigative framework. She said: “…  we will begin to focus more on preventive measures, putting in place tight control measures, making it more difficult for a few people to take away assets that belong to an entire country. In addition to this, the investigation framework of the whistleblower policy will be reviewed.”

In his remarks, Chairman of PACAC, Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), said: “A lot of assets have been recovered as a result of the activities of whistleblowers.” While noting that five per cent of whatever amount was recovered remained the maximum reward for now, Sagay maintained that not all whistleblowers were entitled to rewards.
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Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)

Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)

A young woman identified as Oluchi Sylverline Nzurike was killed in a fatal car accident on Sunday, in Isinweke Ihitte/Uboma local government area of Imo State.
The young woman said to be pregnant reportedly died on the spot. Her corpse has been deposited at a nearby hospital mortuary.

Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)

Friends and family members have taken to Facebook to mourn her death.
"Sad News #RIP olu 
Oluchi I still can't believe dis #ARIRI 
So u are gone like Dat,  olu my sister 
only God knows the best 
#RIP I will  never forget  u #olu" One wrote.

Her sister, Destiny Chukwudi said she spoke to her ten minutes before the accident.
"I was about to eat when I heard of your death, I never believed it because I spoke to her 10 minutes ago, till my fiance called and said to me honey my elder sister is dead .What a world, I wish all this was just a dream or a drama, but is real. (15-4-2018  6:26pm)will never depart from my heart.  Rest in peace dear Oluchi till we meet to part no more."
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Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)
Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)
Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)
Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)
Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)
Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)


Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)

Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)
Beautiful young pregnant woman killed in car accident in Imo State (photos)
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Dancing Senator, Ademola Adeleke announces plan to contest for Osun governorship seat

Dancing Senator, Ademola Adeleke announces plan to contest for Osun governorship seat



Popular Nigerian Senator Ademola Adeleke known for his super dance steps has just indicated interest to run for Osun State governorship seat come 2019.

Ademola who currently represents Osun West Senatorial district at the Senate submitted his letter of intent to contest the Gubernatorial election today.

In his words, 'to God be the Glory, with a strong conviction of uniting leaders and members of our great party PDP and also galvanising the general electorate towards ensuring a resounding victory for the good people of Osun state and the PDP family. I hereby submit my letter of intent to contest the Gubernatorial election. God bless Osun State and God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria'.
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''Why I will vote for President Buhari again and again'' Femi Adesina




Read his article below...
The greatest talking point in our country this week has been the declaration by President Muhammadu Buhari that he would seek a second term in office next year. And naturally so. Desire by any President, whether positive or negative, should elicit great interest in the citizenry. The President that should be pitied is the one that says something, and the people just shrug, unconcernedly. He is of all men the most miserable.
As to be expected, the notice given by President Buhari has engendered diverse emotions and reactions. The joy kiln has ben kindled in the hearts of many millions. They are exultant and ecstatic. I am in that number.
While millions are like Romeos beholding their Juliets, others on the flip-side, however, are like King Leah at his worst. It was as if they got blows to the solar plexus. Ouch! And they are wailing, kicking and screaming. Mournfully so. The days of their rustication from power will be extended, and they can't bear it. Doomsday is elongated, doors to freebies shut again. They are quite vocal, but much smaller in number, and the elections next year will so prove. There's still plenty where the bloody nose of 2015 came from.
Now, despite the challenges in the country (and very many of them), from Enugu to Borno, Benue to Zamfara, Oke Ogun farmlands in Oyo to Mambilla in Taraba, Plateau to Edo/Delta, virtually everywhere, why is President Buhari still the man to beat? That is the purpose of this piece.
Some of the challenges in the country are genuine. Some others are orchestrated by those the President would say are playing "irresponsible politics." For such people, they would first urinate inside the well they want to draw drinking water from. They would gladly step into power, treading on skulls and crossbones, and on the flowing blood of innumerable countrymen. Ogres! But Nigerians are wiser. They know those who are serving them, and who wish to serve more for altruistic reasons. They also know those who just want to grab power, so that the country can return to business as usual, and their snouts can be dipped in the honeypot once again.
I'll vote for President Buhari over and over, again and again, because he can be trusted. You can trust him with the resources of the country. He won't filch them. You can trust him with power. He won't misuse it. You can trust him with the well being of the land, he cares. I remember one night, I had gone to the residence to see the President. It was about 8 p.m, and there were just two of us in the waiting room. The other elderly fellow has held power at very senior levels in the country. He had even aspired for the highest office in the land. So, he knows what he's talking about.
He told me: "Look at this sprawling place. Just two of us waiting to see the President. It didn't use to be like this. Up to 3 a.m daily, the place used to be like a market, filled with men, women from within and outside the country. They would come to seal all kinds of deals on petroleum, power, transport, iron and steel, and all others. And of course, the President and his household would always have a cut. The wheeler-dealers would also have their cut. Who dares approach this President with such proposals? That is why you see so much sanity here."
A President who won't sell our collective patrimony while the rest of the country is sleeping. That's the one I want. And we all know that man.
Accountability is another reason. Under some presidents, the rich gets richer, while the poor gets prison. Not under Buhari. The resources of the country are for the people of the country. Greatest good to the greatest number of people. The last administration (we won't and can't stop talking about them, never!) sat over resources in billions of dollars. Oil prices hit $140 dollars per barrel under their watch, and stabilized at about $100-110 for a number of years. They met our foreign reserves at $62 billion. When they left, it was just $29.6, yet oil prices had hit the rooftops. What happened? Thievery. Today, with oil prices having dropped to about $30 per barrel in 2015, and now oscillating between 60 and 70 dollars per barrel, our reserves have hit $47 billion, and still growing. Prudence. Transparency. Resourcefulness. Accountability. Will I then exchange this type of government for another? That would mean willful blindness, after our sights had been amazingly restored. That would mean willful backsliding into perdition, after we had been wonderfully saved.
Still talking of accountability, you must have heard of the billions and trillions of naira that accrued to government from agencies like Customs, Federal Inland Revenue Service, NIMASA, JAMB, and many others in recent times. These agencies are not newly created. So, what happened to revenues they made in the past? Your guess is as good as mine. Will I then leave terra firma for terra incognita? God forbid! Because an accountable man is in the driver's seat, the virtue is now flowing downwards.
Elections are coming. And there's no need to fear. Why? Because the will of Nigerians will not be subverted. Never! A President once told us in this country that the coming polls would be do or die. Not with President Buhari. Fair is fair. No foul play. Under his watch, his political party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has lost gubernatorial elections in Bayelsa and Anambra states. At the last Council of States meeting, Gov Willie Obiano publicly registered his appreciation to President Buhari, for the level playing ground he made available during the election in his state. With do or die apostles, and a certain political party in power, such would never happen. Not with their garrison mentality. All states are territories that must be conquered, willy-nilly.
APC has won gubernatorial positions under Buhari in Kogi, Ondo and Edo states. The victories were fair and square. The party lost in Bayelsa and Anambra. This President would never manipulate victory for anyone, not even his own party. And you ask me not to trust him? I will, and no mistake.
Global respect. That is what Nigeria has today. I've accompanied President Buhari to over 30 countries in about three years. And he has been resetting the buttons, relaying the foundation of relationships with those countries. And how the leaders respect him. And they say it. Barrack Obama, the then American President said the Nigerian leader came to his job with a "reputation of integrity." At another time, while introducing our President to the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, he said:"Meet the Nigerian President, who is doing a very good job." And the latter concurred.
In Britain, when David Cameron was Prime Minister, he had made a faux pas when he named Nigeria and some other countries as being "fantastically corrupt." And who rose in defence of the Nigerian leader? The Archbishop of Canterbury, His Grace Justin Welby, who said; "but this particular President is not corrupt." And you ask me to throw away such President when he still wants another term? I'll vote for him again and again, no matter what naysayers claim.
What of the personal virtues? I sit with him, speak with him, and I know. Discipline. Simplicity. Love of country. Lack of greed. A heart for the poor and downtrodden. A realization of the ephemeralness of power, and of life itself. These are things that resonate in his speeches. They don't make them like this anymore. And then, I should prematurely jettison the one I have? Even the Heavens will hold a people who take such decision in derision.
Some people ask; where are the achievements? Well, if they are of such mindset, unfortunately they can't be helped. We don't have the authority to mix spittle with clay, put on their eyes, and direct them to go to Siloam pool, wash, and come back seeing. Once anybody decides to be willfully blind, no matter what you push in front of his eyes, he wouldn't see. If he decides to be willfully deaf, even if there are thunder peals by his ears, he won't hear. Those of us that manage the media of the President put all the activities and achievements in the public domain. They claim not to know. Good luck to them. Those who know, really know. And they are the millions who will stand by the President any day. Strides in security, agriculture, anti-corruption, infrastructure, and many others are evident. When they drive on Enugu-Onitsha Expressway, Enugu-Port Harcourt Expressway, Aba Port Harcourt Expressway, and hear that early works on the Second Niger Bridge have reached about 45% completion, and still refuse to believe, what then can anybody still do? But thankfully, those who believe far outnumber the inveterate cynics.
They talk of the economy, and make it appear as if the heavens were falling upon them. But the economy, according to pundits, began to slow down in 2012. By 2014, it was poised for recession. Before the last administration left, Nigeria was already borrowing to pay salaries, as confirmed by Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. And that was in spite of trillions earned from oil. By 2016, recession was inevitable. But for how long did it last? Just one year. Due to deft footworks,sound economic policies, transparency and accountability, we were soon out. Today, inflation rate has fallen for the 13th month running. The auguries are good for the economy, but all they want to wail about is hunger, to deceive and beguile. But Nigerians know. They know where food self-sufficiency is coming from. They know where their future and those of their children will be guaranteed. The polls would prove it next year.
When we were awash with money, what happened to infrastructure? Simply nothing. Power, roads, rail, bridges. Nothing! Now, when we are earning about 60% less than what we used to earn, those things are coming. Power was inherited at about 3,000 megawatts, with a large chunk of it not distributable. Today, power generation stands at over 7,000 megawatts, and over 5,000 MW is distributed. Rail projects will cover the national landscape within the next one year. Abandoned projects are being resuscitated nationwide. Recently, the N8.5 billion water project in Otuoke, Bayelsa State, came on stream. It was not achieved when a native of the area was President. The Lagos-Otta-Abeokuta road has been awarded. It was not done when a son of the area was in power. The dredging of Warri port for N13 billion has been awarded. Was it awarded when a native of the region was in office for six years? Nigeria is making tremendous progress, and things can only get better.
For the first time in the history of the country, stealing has become corruption. It didn't use to be so, particularly in the last epoch. No wonder the Excess Crude Account was looted dry. Foreign reserves drawn down. Federation Account, emptied. And the economy was set on an irreversible path to recession. And they say; don't talk about it. Focus on the present and the future only. How we miss Fela Anikulapo-Kuti. He would have said: "I go shout o, I go shout plenty o." If we don't focus on the past, we are then liable to make the same mistakes. "Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it." (George Santayana).
Stolen monies are being recovered in billions of naira and dollars, and being appropriated and spent on infrastructure. Properties acquired with laundered funds are being seized. President Buhari has promised to sell them, and return the funds into public treasury. No wonder some people are running scared, and had tried earnestly to dissuade the man from going for a second term in office. But the die is cast. Let each mother warn her child. Days of reckoning will come.
A party left the country in ruins after 16 years. It is now crying that the edifice has not been rebuilt in three years. Is it not easier to destroy than to rebuild? The rebuilding of Nigeria is proceeding apace. Another term for President Buhari will take the job very far. Consolidation of the good works is good prospect, not only for us, but also our children. Things may be tough for Nigerians now, but they are like birth pangs, which begin to fade at a point. And they are fading. A woman brings forth only with pains, tears and groaning. But when she beholds her baby, all those pale into insignificance. A new dawn, new visitation is coming our way. We can see the Promised Land. Nothing should stop us from stepping into it.
Archbishop Justin Welby, Head of the Anglican Communion Worldwide, told President Buhari in London this week: "Great statesmen are those who run for the good of their country." Spot-on. The 2019 race is not for self, but for the good of the country. Discerning Nigerians did it in 2015. In greater numbers, they are poised to do it again in 2019.
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Social media floods Tristan Thompson's Instagram page with Savage 'I Hope' messages following cheating scandal...lol


Social media floods Tristan Thompson

Social media trolls are flooding Tristan Thompson's Instagram comments with Savage 'I Hope' messages after it was revealed he had cheated on Khloe Kardashian while the reality star was pregnant with their child.
The NBA star who welcomed a baby daughter with Khloe on Thursday, is yet to react to the cheating allegations but trolls are on his page with their hopes for his future, and they are savage.
One wrote: I hope Blac Chyna hits you with a stroller,'
Another wrote: 'I hope you get stuck in an elevator with Solange.'
'I hope every time you walk faster to beat your family to the car because it's raining, the door's locked,' a troll wrote 
See screenshots below.
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Social media floods Tristan Thompson
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Fast food employees beautiful act of kindnes goes viral

Fast food employee

A fast food's employees random act of kindness has gone viral.
An employee of a fast food chain in Brazil saw a disabled young man who couldn't feed himself so he sat down and fed him, unaware that people were watching and filming. 
Laurinha Victória recorded the Giraffas employee at the "north mall food square" in Salvador, Brazil, feeding a customer with a "disability of the arms and leg," she said in a translation on Facebook.
She said she saw the disabled man just staring at his food and was about to go help him when the employee did just that. She said it brought tears to her eyes and she walked up to him and told him what he was doing was "beautiful".

Fast food employee

Sharing the video on Facebook, Victória wrote: "Today I was taken by emotion with tears in my eyes, seeing this scene at the north mall food square..."
She added: "I came to him and said, what a beautiful gesture you are having.. God bless you."
The video has been viewed over 18 million times and has been shared by more than 426,000 people. Viewers were moved by the video and said as much under the post.
Watch the touching video below.

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This pretty South African lady got dumped by her boyfriend and she shared the messages on twitter


This pretty South African lady got dumped by her boyfriend and she shared the messages on twitter

This lady's instincts picked up weird vibes between her boyfriend and another lady. She confronted him and he owned up to it saying he was now dating someone else. The heartbroken lady shared screenshots of the messages on Twitter. 

This pretty South African lady got dumped by her boyfriend and she shared the messages on twitter
This pretty South African lady got dumped by her boyfriend and she shared the messages on twitter
This pretty South African lady got dumped by her boyfriend and she shared the messages on twitter
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Twitter user narrates experience with fraudsters posing as taxi driver and passengers


 Twitter user narrates experience with fraudsters posing as taxi driver and passengers

Twitter user @4dmoment had a scary experience with fraudsters who she claimed tried to extort her while she was under the influence of their charms. Read the story below. 


 Twitter user narrates experience with fraudsters posing as taxi driver and passengers

 Twitter user narrates experience with fraudsters posing as taxi driver and passengers

 Twitter user narrates experience with fraudsters posing as taxi driver and passengers
 Twitter user narrates experience with fraudsters posing as taxi driver and passengers
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Footballer William Troost-Ekong & girlfriend are expecting their first child


Footballer William Troost-Ekong & girlfriend are expecting their first child

Nigerian International footballer Willoiam Troost-Eong and his girlfriend are expecting their first child. The 24-year-old footballer made the disclosure via Instagram, sharing a photo of his woman cradling her bump and captioned it:
"We can't wait to meet you."
Congrats to him.
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Bomb kills 5 people during a football match in Somalia


Bomb kills 5 people during a football match in Somalia

A bomb blast killed at least five spectators during a football match in southern Somalia, police and a lawmaker said on Friday, the first time an explosion has targeted a stadium.  

The blast went off in the port town of Barawe, in the Lower Shabelle region, when residents were watching a football match on Thursday afternoon, police said, adding that al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab could be behind the attack.  Police said it appeared to have been detonated by remote control.  

“The bomb killed five people and injured a dozen others in the football field.  “All the casualties were from the onlookers,” Mahad Dhoore, a lawmaker for South West state told Reuters.  

Police officer Mohamed Aden said al Shabaab group was suspected of being behind the attack and put the number of dead at four and wounded at 12. “We believe al Shabaab was behind (it) and that the target was officials who were not seated there at the time of the match. “The bomb looked like a remotely controlled one that was planted there,” Aden told Reuters from Barawe.  

Al Shabaab are fighting to topple Somalia’s Western-backed central government and establish their own rule based on their strict interpretation of Islamic law.  The group frequently carries out bombings and gun attacks in the capital Mogadishu and other parts of Somalia. “Al Shabaab carried out an explosion that killed teenagers who were just playing football in Barawe town. Al Shabaab is the only enemy we have,” President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed said during a farewell party for Somalia’s outgoing parliament speaker.
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Sad! Hit and run driver kills FUTA student returning from church

Sad!?Hit and run driver kills FUTA student returning from church

Deborah Ifejuwura Olajide, a 200 level Food Science Technology student of the Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA), Ondo State, has been killed by a hit and run driver.

Olajide, who was said to be on her home from vigil was knocked down by the vehicle in the early hours of Thursday, while her lifeless body was discovered by her colleagues.

According to a source, the driver of the vehicle who was on top speed rammed into the speed breaker mounted along FUTA junction and in the process tried to avoid other speed breakers and knocked down the girl who was walking home.
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Don Jazzy drops a hilarious comment on Rihanna's page, says he might be pregnant

Don Jazzy drops a hilarious comment on Rihanna
Lol! Everyone knows that Don Jazzy has a huge crush on Rihanna. This is not his first time commenting on her IG page but this is the most hilarious one yet. Read the comment below:

Don Jazzy drops a hilarious comment on Rihanna
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Multiple car crash leaves Four people dead and 19 others injured in Kano State (photos)

Multiple car crash leaves Four people dead and 19 others injured in Kano State (photos)



Four people have been confirmed dead and 19 others sustained various degrees of injury in a multiple accident on Bauchi Road by Dogon Danmarke in Wudil Local Government Area of Kano State  

The spokesman of the state Fire Service, Alhaji Saidu Mohammed, who confirmed the crash, said that the accident occurred at 10:44 a.m.  “We received a distress call today (Friday) from one Mr Philip from Wudil Division at about 10:44 a.m that there was an accident on Bauchi Road by Dogon Danmarke Road.  

“On receiving the information, we quickly dispatched our personnel and vehicle to the scene of the incident at about 11:12 a.m to rescue the victims,” Mohammed said.  He said three vehicles, a Toyota Hummer, SA 297 GME; Golf, SSP 134 ES; and Sharon Golf, SA 158 PAT collided during the incident.  

He said the accident was caused by speeding and loss of control, adding that 23 people were involved in the accident. The spokesman noted that the victims were conveyed to Wudil General Hospital where the doctor confirmed four dead and 19 people receiving treatment. 
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Photo: 37-year old nurse arrested for helping pregnant girls sell their babies in Rivers State

Photo: 37-year old nurse?arrested for helping pregnant girls sell their babies in Rivers State

37-year-old Kelechi Okamgba, a Port Harcourt based nurse, has been arrested for preying on pregnant young ladies, by housing them till delivery and facilitating the sale of their babies.

Her game for which she takes a cut between N70,000 and N80,000 however came to an end on March 19, when men of the Rumuolumeni Police Station, stormed her ‘baby factory’.

At the end of the operation, five ladies, including four pregnant girls, were arrested. The pregnant girls were: Obianuju Nze (22), Chinemerum Orji (18), Josephine Chimena (33) and Chidinma Ndukwe (17).

Okamgba, from Obioma-Ngwa in Abia State, said:
“The women, some of their boyfriends bring them. They (boyfriends) find and negotiate the baby buyer themselves. The buyer(s), at the delivery of the baby, will settle them. I, will then give them bill for feeding, accommodation and treatment. That is the reason they are under my care”.
The suspect who pleaded for leniency, further disclosed that the recent baby sold in February, was given out at N350,000.

One of the pregnant young girls, who gave her name as Gift Festus said: “My boyfriend brought me here. He said if I put to bed, someone will come for the baby who will take care of the baby. My elder sister is aware of the development.”
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Armed robber attempts to rape his female victim for having just N100

Armed robber attempts to rape his female victim for having just N100

An armed robber identified as Yusuf, has been arrested after a foiled robbery operation and an attempt to rape his victim who had only 100 naira at the time of the robbery.
According to reports, the suspect drove in a truck to the block of apartments at about 1am, scaled the fence of a building and entered one of the apartments where he dispossessed a woman of her valuables.
He then proceeded to another apartment belonging to a woman identified as Mrs Akanbi. In an interview with Vanguard, Mrs Akanbi said:
“I woke up around 1a.m. to find an unknown person in my kitchen with a knife.
Unknown to me, he had been to my bedroom where he collected my phone and the only N100 I had at home. Immediately I asked who he was, he grabbed my hand and dragged me outside, threatening to kill me if I raised alarm.
On the way out, I discovered that the gate was opened, including my door. I begged him not to hurt me, that the only thing I had was the N100 note and my phone.
To my shock, he said I should allow him have sex with me quietly, since I had no money. At that point, I ran out and called for help. It was then I realised that my neighbour, whose house the suspect had earlier gone to, were looking for the intruder.
He was eventually caught and handed over to the policemen at Badagry Division.”
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Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)

Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)

Chris Brown's ex-girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, 30, and her boyfriend, NFL player Victor Cruz, 31, were pictured unable to get their hands off each other as they frolicked in a pool during their baecation in Miami yesterday. They looked so happy and in love...

Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
Karrueche Tran and her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, make out in the pool (raunchy photo)
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