Showing posts from July 10, 2014

Troops crush insurgents ambush at Delwa in Borno, 3 soldiers killed

Found the statement below on Defence HQ websiteTroops on patrol around Delwa and neighbouring communities (in Borno state yesterday Wednesday July 9th) successfully broke through insurgents’ ambush 35kilometres to Maiduguri as they advanced to dislodge insurgents who were massing up in the area.The fierce fire fight that ensued as the troops wadded through the ambush left scores of insurgents dead, while 3 soldiers died in action. 7 soldiers who incurred various degrees of injuries have been evacuated for treatment while the troops have continued with their mission.

Wale Gates makes case for RCCG student who killed his father, shares his own story

A few days ago, we heard about a 21 year old Redeemer University student named Tolani Ajayi, who killedhis own father. The news shocked us all...because it's unheard of for a child to kill his own parent but UK based comedian Wale Gates says he has little sympathy for the young man because he's been in the boy's shoes and kind of understands what could have pushed him.

Wales shares his own story of the abuse he suffered in the hands of his own father growing up, how he didn't speak to the man for 12 years and how he eventually forgave him. See all that after the cut...

P.S: If you hit your child frequently or even verbally abuse them, you need to stop. They remember when they grow up, and they may never tell you but they carry that resentment for a long time.

EFCC closes case in trial of FFK over alleged money laundering

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC has closed its case in the trial of former Minister of Aviation and Tourism, Femi Fani-Kayode over a 40-count amended charge on money laundering, Vanguard reports.

At a resumed hearing of the case in a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, counsel to the EFCC in a letter delivered by Mr. Vitalis Ahaotu to the presiding Judge, Justice Rita-Ofili Ajumogobia, the EFCC notified the court of the commission's intention to close the case against the former Minister.

Counsel to Chief Fani-Kayode, Mr Wale Akoni did not object to the letter of closure but however informed the court of his intention to file a no-case submission to the charges against his client. The judge gave Mr Akoni 21 days to file a no case submission and adjourned the case till Oct. 28 for adoption of final written addresses. Continue...

Femi Fani Kayode has been standing trial since December 2008 over a 47-count charge of money laundering which was amended in March 2014 wi…

Kefee's husband, Teddy arrives Nigeria ahead of her burial tomorrow

Kefee's husband is finally in Nigeria after weeks in the US following the illness and death of his wife. Teddy Don-Momoh pictured above with Samuel Okposo, Nikki Laoye and others in Benin on their way to Delta state ahead of Kefee's burial tomorrow. 

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Girl mistakenly sent nude photo of herself to her DAD

A college student is wishing she could turn back the clock after mistakenly texting a nude to her father - instead of her boyfriend.
Nyjah Amhari Cousar from Inglewood, California, sent an image of herself while in the shower to 'Daddy' rather than her beau 'Dasquan' according to her Twitter feed.
'OMG how do you cancel a text message!!' she wrote frantically this morning.

Her dismayed father wrote back to her text message: 'Are you serious? Is this what you do while you're at school?? for Money?'
He then proceeded to call her several times.

'Nyjah I'm very dispointed that you aren't answering my calls. I spoke with your mother and she's dispaointed as well. I'll be at your house as soon as I get off so answer the door,' he texted. according to Nyjah's screen grabs.
While some have cautioned that the screen grabs could be fakes ('It's not that tough to stage iPhone screenshots, so this could be a hoax,' wrote Gawker…

Mom suffocated son then posted pictures of his body on FACEBOOK

A mother who allegedly suffocated her 11-month-old boy told police ‘I reached my breaking point, I didn't want him anymore’.
Afterwards, she then appears to have posted a macabre photograph of her boy’s corpse on her Facebook page, with the message ‘R.I.P Tinkabutt’.
Nicole ‘Nikki’ Kelly, 22, from Queens, New York, has been charged with the second degree murder of Kiam Felix, Jr, who was pronounced dead at Elmhurst Hospital on Sunday after being taken there by Kelly and the father, who lives separately.

Police said that Kelly, a former Home Health Aide, killed Kiam by wrapping him in a bed sheet, leaving him unable to breathe, according to

Queens DA Richard Brown said that she callously left him alone for half an hour to die. A neighbor said that when the boy’s father, Kiam Felix Sr, who is not suspected of being involved in the death, arrived at the house there was a great deal of shouting.
Tragedy: Kiam Felix, Jr, was pronounced dead on Sunday
The unnamed resident told The …


Nigeria World Cup star Ogenyi Onazi’s future is in the English Premier League as his representatives have opened talks with both Liverpool and Manchester City.

Sources close to the Nigeria midfield star exclusively told on Friday Onazi will not extend his contract with Serie A side Lazio when it runs out next summer.

The sources disclosed that Onazi is on a youth contract at the Italian club and now wants out with his representatives already in talks with both Liverpool and Manchester City.

“Onazi’s future is in the EPL with either Liverpool or Manchester City. His agents are working on this,” one of the sources informed.

“He will most certainly not extend his time with Lazio particularly as he has been a youth contract with the club ever since.

“He now wants to cash in on his performance with a big-money move to England.”

Onazi has established himself in the Super Eagles since he took his chance in the first team as Nigeria went on to win a third Africa Cup of Nations …

Shopping Complex in Egbeda, Lagos on fire

There is a fire outbreak at the Omolad shopping complex located by Egbeda Bustop in the Egbeda area of  Lagos. Reports say the fire started about an hour ago from a shop on the second floor of the complex. No one knows what caused the fire but are waiting for the arrival of fire service.

Watch Joan Rivers storm out of CNN interview, then watch David Letterman walk out on Rivers

Comedienne Joan Rivers, 80, sat down with CNN reporter Fredricka Whitfield to discuss her new book, but told the interviewer to 'shut up' and stormed out before the interview was over. Watch to see what made Ms Rivers so upset. And then continue to see talk show host David Letterman do the same thing to her at another interview a few days later...

Newly completed school hall in Osun state due for commissioning on Friday collapses

A newly completed hall built by the Osun State government inside Ejigbo High School in Ejigbo, Osun state has collapsed. The building collapsed around 6am yesterday July 9th as workers were putting finishing touches to it in order to meet up with the Friday date for the commissioning.
The Police Public Relations Officer for Osun state, Mrs. Folasade Odoro, said the school building collapsed following a heavy wind on Wednesday morning. Two people were injured. 
Osun State governor, Rauf Aregbesola, reacted to the incident via a statement he released through his media aide, Mr. Semiu Okanlawon.
"The Government of the State of Osun regrets to inform members of the public about the suspect incidence of the collapse of the main hall of the newly completed ultra-modern Ejigbo High School. “Information at the disposal of the government indicates that the main hall which had been completed along with other classrooms of the school came down at about 6am Wednesday after a loud bang. “As a res…

Nigerian prostitutes reveal their hell in Europe after being tricked into joining the sex trade

Nigerian women are being trafficked to Italy under the pretence that they will be working as nannies or in factories – but often end up working the streets as prostitutes.
Their plight has been highlighted by Paris-based photographer Elena Perlino, originally from Italy, who began to notice the presence of young African women working on the streets during her commutes from Turin.

She said: 'I decided to start from this surreal vision to tell a story. I have been working on the topic for several years, focusing mainly on the Italian connection.' Continue...

Perlino reveals that many Nigerian women come to Italy hoping to make enough money from honest work as nannies or factory workers to support their families back home, but are tricked by traffickers into working in the sex trade.

Eighty per cent of women trafficked to Italy come from Benin City, Edo State, in south Nigeria.
The photographer explained: ‘My work attempts to show a complex phenomenon that crosses Italy from North to …