A woman who went home with a cheating husband met more than she expected when the unexpected happened. Her encounter with her married lover was going cool and smooth until the man’s wife suddenly came home.
Sunday, 16 July 2017
Tragedy struck in a little town of Obanikulu, Cross River State, Nigeria when on Thursday five children died after reportedly eating cucumber given to them by their great grandmother. On hearing the news about the death of her great grandchildren, the woman also slumped and died.
Sources said that the children, who were under the supervision of their great grandmother, ate the fruit in the absence of their grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Agbor, who had attended a burial ceremony of one Mr. Kechie.
A drunken teenage girl was gang-raped by 3 men, but she only discovered what happened after Police found a video of the incident six weeks later.
The 16-year-old was shocked to learn she had been gang raped at a house party when the police came to her with uncovered 17-minute-long GoPro footage of the disparaging incident.
A 23-year-old man has been arrested for forcefully sleeping with his own mother. After abusing his 58-year-old mother on July 3, the young man took to his heels to an unknown destination. He has been on the wanted list of the local police before luck eventually ran out him.
Do you know the top-secret emoji code for buying drugs on the internet? Do you know that teenagers are now using a secret emoji code to buy drugs online?
A recent documentary has shown that teenagers are making hundreds of pounds daily dealing drugs on Instagram and some other social media handles such as Snapchat and Yellow. In the BBC series, examiners found that young people are using symbols to hide the illegal deals, with different emojis for different drugs.
Saturday, 3 June 2017
The idea of being mere passengers on a ship that is meant to cruise to the farthest destination does not appeal to people who choose to put their destiny in their own hands. They have the desire to control the ship themselves. They have the will to be those people to take it anywhere they wish to.
Friday, 26 May 2017
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Being an adult has its own challenges. It isn’t always fun. Sometimes it’s just downright difficult. Successfully managing your own money can be a little difficult, especially if you aren’t armed with the right financial training.
HANDLING MONEY is a learning process, and you’re bound to receive a few hard knocks along the way. But, there are a few things you should definitely NOT DO when money is involved, in order to set yourself up for a successful financial future.
Wednesday, 17 May 2017
At Build 2017, Microsoft has outlined its plan to take Azure beyond the public cloud towards the edge. Branded as Azure IoT Edge, this offering exploits the growth in enterprise IoT and industrial automation.
Rwanda’s telecom industry regulator has fined MTN Rwanda, a division of South Africa’s MTN Group, 7 billion francs (8.5 million dollars) for running its IT services outside the country in breach of its license.
The regulator said in a ruling posted on its website in Kigali that MTN Rwanda was hosting its IT services hub in Uganda, which it had prohibited.
Acting President Yemi Osinbajo will assent to the 2017 budget when he is satisfied with the content, his spokesperson said on Wednesday, in apparent reaction to a report that Information Minister Lai Mohammed said the government was unsure of who to sign the budget.
Earlier on Wednesday, Vanguard newspaper had published a report entitled: “We don’t know who will sign 2017 budget – Lai Mohammed.”
The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, has revealed that $3.2m (N1.08bn) worth of HIV drugs expired in storage.
Adewole said this while delivering a speech at the ‘Dissemination Meeting of 2016 National Health Facility Survey’ in Abuja on Tuesday.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Tuesday, May 16, 2017, arraigned the duo of Buhari Fannami and Ba-Kura Abdullahi on two separate one-count charges before Justice M. T Salihu of the Federal High Court Maiduguri, for allegedly giving false information to the agency under the whistleblowing policy.
Saturday, 13 May 2017
Without even knowing you I'd be willing to bet that the New Year's resolutions you made this year didn't materialize.
There's no point agonizing over that – it's what happens to most people.
But you can do something about it.
Here are 12 ways to be richer a year from now.
There are few things more important than fertility in determining a nation's future viability.
Demographers suggest that a country needs a fertility rate of just over two children per woman to hit "replacement fertility" — the rate at which new births fill the spaces left behind by deaths.
A clever guy Terry, from Australia, proposed to his girlfriend with an engagement ring she'd been wearing for an entire year.
This is how he did it:
Terry found a ring he thought his girlfriend Anna would like sometime last year. He made a wooden necklace for Anna in which he hid the treasured item.
A US federal judge on Friday ordered that a Tennessee schoolteacher, Tad Cummins, who allegedly kidnapped a 15-year-old student, be held in custody until trial, saying he is a flight risk and a danger to the community.
This directive came after an FBI agent testified that the 50-year-old teacher told authorities he had sex with the girl most nights during the 38 days he was on the run with her.
Tuesday, 9 May 2017
Nigerian born Ibrahim Abubaka Lajada is a 34-year-old billionaire living abroad. He has declared his intention to run for the country's presidency in 2019.
“First, I would strengthen our educational system. Second, I will improve economic growth and fight corruption and lastly, I would make certain that everyone has equal and fair treatment in our society.
39-year old Emmanuel Macron, who on Sunday night, became France’s youngest president since Napoleon, held his victory event at the Louvre museum, one of the country’s best-known sites and a former royal palace.
Monday, 8 May 2017
Desiring to become a billionaire usually seem like an unattainable dream and yes, it's only a day dream for most people. The truth is, many billionaires didn't start out as such. No doubt some might have had economic and educational advantages, but irrespective of those ‘advantages’, the smart decisions and business choices they made, including a few character traits cannot be overlooked. These exceptional character traits led them from struggling financially to becoming billionaires.
Not all children behave in the same manner even if they have similar environment around them. Little children naturally behave according to their own set of environment that they have in school and at home.Children between the ages of two and six need special attention in corrective behavior by parents or guardians since these are the values that they will carry on for the rest of their lives.
Sunday, 7 May 2017
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari will leave for London on Sunday for a medical check up, leaving Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to lead the country once again, his spokesman said.
Defeated French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen claimed a “historic, massive result” for the far right in Sunday’s presidential run-off, despite being soundly beaten by centrist Emmanuel Macron.
Lionel Messi, Barcelona's all-time record goalscorer, has rejected the offer of a new contract to throw his future at the Nou Camp into significant doubt.
The Argentina international has been with the Catalan giants since joining the club aged 13, but there are no guarantees he will extend his association with the club beyond when his deal expires in June 2018.
The 82 Chibok girls who were released by the Boko Haram sect on Saturday and subsequently flown to the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, have been received by President Buhari at his official residence at the Presidential Villa, Abuja
Pro-European centrist Emmanuel Macron resoundingly won France's landmark presidential election, first estimates showed Sunday, heading off a fierce challenge from the far-right in a pivotal vote for the future of the divided country and Europe.
Saturday, 6 May 2017
Oba Rilwan Akiolu, the Oba of Lagos, has claimed that Lagos State is not part of Yoruba land.
In a statement from the Oba’s palace, Akiolu traced the historical background of the state and why it should not be regarded as part of Yoruba land.
Read the statement after the cut…
Friday, 5 May 2017
Nigerian model, Olajumoke Orisaguna took to her Instagram page to celebrate her husband who turned a year older today.
The bread seller turned model shared a photo of them and wrote:
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos sold about $941 million of Amazon stock in the last three days, the company said in a SEC filing.
It was part of a previously scheduled sale plan, but because Amazon's shares have run up sharply in the past year the sale is the biggest ever by the tech billionaire. Last year he sold $1.4 billion of Amazon stock in total.
Nigerian Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, SAN has assured Nigerians that doing business in the country is becoming easier going by the recent reforms embarked on by the Presidential Enabling Business Council (PEBEC) and currently being implemented by the relevant agencies.
U.S. and South Korean agents are plotting to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, state media report.
A statement by the ministry of state security said a terrorist group backed by the CIA and South Korea’s intelligence agency had entered the country to attack with a bio-chemical substance.
Amidst tensions with the UK over looming Brexit negotiations, Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of European Commission has told a conference in Italy on the EU that “English is losing importance in Europe”.
Juncker said he was delivering his speech in French. Explaining his choice of language he said, “Slowly but surely English is losing importance in Europe and also because France has an election.” He called the UK decision to leave the EU “a tragedy”.
Thursday, 4 May 2017
Pope Francis will receive US President Donald Trump at the Vatican on May 24, the Holy See said Thursday, ahead of a G7 summit meeting in Sicily.
Trump’s audience with Francis in the morning will be followed by meetings with his Secretary of State Pietro Parolin and Archbishop Paul Gallagher, Secretary for Relations with States.
After a failed effort to offer free internet access (with strings attached) to people in India, Facebook has now launched Express Wi-Fi, a service that lets users log on to Wi-Fi networks hosted by local partners, for a nominal fee. And unlike Free Basics, this program grants access to all of the web – or at least, as much as the Indian government allows.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has lifted the restriction on 41 items listed as ineligible for foreign exchange.
Zimbabwe’s 93-year-old president, Robert Mugabe, on Thursday told a panel discussion that his country is the second most developed country in Africa after South Africa.
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White South African judge who last year stirred a race row with social media comments suggesting that rape was part of black culture has resigned, authorities said Thursday.
High Court judge Mabel Jansen was placed on leave in 2016 pending a judicial probe into a complaint against her.
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North Korean state media has warned Beijing against crossing a “red line” in its relationship with Pyongyang, in a rare criticism of its closest ally.
The Federal Government on Thursday closed its false asset declaration case against Senate President, Bukola Saraki.
The prosecution’s witness had testified before the Code of Conduct Tribunal in Abuja.
Wednesday, 3 May 2017
The United States said on Wednesday that it hopes to work with China to halt North Korea’s nuclear program, but warned that if this fails it might resort to sanctions.
In an address to State Department staff, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke of “third country sanctions,” warning that Chinese companies may be hit for working with Pyongyang.
Amber Rose recently stepped out wearing new looks.
The Talk Show host was sighted at the NYLON Young Hollywood Party in Los Angeles on Tuesday. She was looking different from her signature low cuts.
More photos after the cut…
Nigerian top celebrities, Banky W and Adesua Etomi just got engaged and have been receiving a lot of encomiums from friends, families, colleagues and fans.
See more photos after the cut…
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Mavin boss, Donjazzy took to his Twitter account to send a cryptic message to popular blogger, Linda Ikeji, and people have started talking.
Is the foremost African Music Producer indirectly asking the Foremost African Blogger to marry him?
See tweets after the cut…
Manchester United will face Norwegian club Valerenga at Oslo's Ullevaal Stadium on July 30, following their five-game tour of the US.
This will be the sixth game in their upcoming summer tour.
|Anytime Arsenal lose I hate myself more - Wenger|
Arsene Wenger does not take stinging criticism from a vocal minority of Arsenal fans calling for his head personally and "hates himself" when the Gunners lose.
The 67-year-old is still yet to publicly announce whether he will sign a new contract at the Emirates Stadium or end his 20-year reign when his deal expires at the end of the season.
The Onitsha Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (ONICCIMA) on Wednesday commended the Federal Government for the maintenance dredging of River Niger from Ajaokuta to Onitsha.
The U.S. National Security Agency collected more than 151 million records of Americans' phone calls in 2016 - Report
The U.S. National Security Agency collected more than 151 million records of Americans' phone calls last year, even after Congress limited its ability to collect bulk phone records, according to an annual report issued on Tuesday by the top U.S. intelligence officer.
The trial of the Olisa Metuh, former PDP spokesman was stalled again.
Metuh was arraigned by the EFCC on a two-count charge of destruction of evidence.
The case was adjourned until June 22 by FCT High Court, Maitama, for the defence to open its case; the adjournment was at the instance of the court.
|Nigerian Senate confirms Hassan, Ocheni as ministers |
The Senate on Wednesday confirmed Prof. Stephen Ocheni from Kogi and Mr Suleiman Hassan from Gombe State as ministers.
The nominees were confirmed after screening by senators at plenary.
The confirmation of the nominees followed a request by President Muhammdu Buhari in accordance with Section147 (2) of the 1999 Constitution as amended.
Monday, 1 May 2017
The government is notoriously slow moving and resistant to new technology, but Donald Trump seemed to signal an interest in changing that when he met with tech executives during the transition last December. Nothing much came of that, but now the Trump White House had confirmed it's putting together a new tech summit called the American Technology Council.
Peter Obi makes call for ex-governors to account for security vote, says it’s Nigeria’s biggest source of waste
The immediate past Governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, has said ex-governors should be made to account for security votes.
He further stressed that it is the “biggest source of waste” in Nigeria.
Speaking in Lagos, Mr. Obi upheld that security votes was unconstitutional and should not have a place in the country’s scheme of things.