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Tuesday, 25 July 2017

"My Life is Miserable as a Fugitive" Help me Plead with Her; Man Who Breaks wife Leg in a Domestic Abuse Cries Out from Hidding


In September 2016, a mother of three, Ivie Edobor, took to social media to accuse her estranged  husband, John Edobor, of physically attacking her after their marriage crashed.

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Ekiti State Government promotes 9,583 Public Servants



Today, the Ekiti State Government said that it had just promoted 9,583 out of all its public servants. 6,993 of them are teaching and non-teaching staff of various public secondary schools, while 2,590 are local government staff.  

Saturday, 15 July 2017

LEAD BENUE: HARMONIZED EFFORT AT MITIGATING THE IMPENDING FLOOD IN SELECT LOCATIONS



The Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency Director General, Moses Beckley, has warned that 2017 floods will affect no fewer than 30 States in Nigeria. He said the floods would spread to many local government areas, and called on government at all levels to ensure early preparation. 

POLICE ARRESTS A SERIAL THEFT SUSPECT REX NINGIR AND RECOVERS VARIOUS TV SETS IN BENUE.


On 09/07/2017 at about 0300hrs, one Raymond Ningir of no. RR4 Kwararafa quarters Makurdi, was based on reliable information, intercepted around Wurukum roundabout by Policemen on stop and search, conveying three (3) stolen TV sets.

Friday, 14 July 2017

When Buhari is declared dead the plan is for Osinbanjo to appoint Nasir El-rufai His VP Fani Kayode alleges


Femi Fani Kayode shared on his Facebook page this morning, he alleged the that when Buhari is declared dead the plan is for Osinbanjo to appoint Nasir El-rufai His VP. 

Beyoncé Finally Unveils Her Twins in Stunning New Photo



Beyonce has finally revealed the face of her newborn twins with Jay Z, who were born at a hospital in Los Angeles in June 2017.

Former Minister of Steel, Wantaregh Paul Unongo Emerged leader of the Northern Elders Forum (NEF).


Former Minister of Steel, wantaregh Paul Unongo has emerged leader and convener of the Northern Elders Forum (NEF). At a meeting of the forum in Abuja where the election to pick its executive members, Zangon Daura was also elected deputy leader of NEF, while former Vice Chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), retained his position as spokesman of the forum.

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Watch jaw dropping video of Newly elected Senator Ademola Adeleke dance moves during his victory celebration


Last week, Ademola Adeleke,  Davido's Uncle, was elected the senator to represent Osun West Senatorial district at the senate. The new Senator who takes over from his brother, Isiaka Adeleke who died suddenly in April, 2017 and was buried immediately according to Muslim rites. 

Armed robbers attack fuel station in Onitsha, kill cashier - Graphic Photos



Armed robbers operating on a motorcycle yesterday attacked the Total Fuel Station beside Kamo Plaza in Upper New Market road, Onitsha, Anambra State where they killed a middle-aged man and injured another during the attack.


Aisha Bihari Replies Senator Sani 'Jackals, hyenas around Buhari ’ll go'


President Muhammadu Buhari is getting better and will soon be back, going by his wife Aisha’s statement yesterday in London.

INEC adamant pastes notice of Melaye’s recall process


The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) yesterday pasted the notice of the verification of the recall process of Senator Dino Melaye, who is from Kogi West Senatorial District, at its state office in Lokoja.

Monday, 10 July 2017

Etisalat quits Nigeria, gives three-week ultimatum for brand phase out


Etisalat has terminated its management agreement with its Nigerian arm and has given Etisalat Nigeria three weeks to phase out the brand in the country.

Psquare's Paul Okoye and his wife, Anita welcome twins


Psquare's Paul Okoye and his wife, Anita have welcomed twins; a boy and girl. The excited father has now taken to Instagram to celebrate their birth. He wrote;

Over 200 repentant cultists, prostitutes, militants receive water baptism in Port Harcourt - photos



Over 200 repentant cultists, militants, and prostitutes who embraced Christ through empowerment and intervention programs received water baptism after undergoing baptismal classes at Omega Power Ministries in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. More photos 

Photos; over 500 APC members defect to PDP in Akwa Ibom set brooms ablaze




Over 500 members of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, in Ibiono Ibom Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, defected to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Ward 4 of the local government on Saturday. Photos

11 people Confirmed dead as rain ravage cities


Floods hit many Nigerian cities after long hours of rainfall at the weekend. There were deaths. Homes were  flooded. Eleven people died in Suleja and other towns in Niger State. Many parts of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, were flooded.

Sunday, 9 July 2017

PHOTOS: LATE BAR. JUSTIN SEKAV ERUKAA FINALLY LAID TO REST AT HIS COUNTRY HOME ZAKI-BIAM, UKUM LGA, BENUE STATE.


By Ukan Kurugh

Today, at about 9AM, remains of the late Barrister Justin Sekav Erukaa, younger brother to erudite journalist and news broadcaster, Charles Erukaa were laid to rest at their country home at Tse-Erukaa in Zaki-Biam of Ukum Local Government Area, Benue State.

Friday, 7 July 2017

Why President insists on Magu as EFCC boss



The Presidency’s insistence on Ibrahim Magu as Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) chief may have been strengthened by opinions of legal giants, The Nation has learnt.

Thursday, 6 July 2017

Dogara Defies Supreme Court, Refuses To Swear-In Victorious Rep Mrs. Mato


Almost two weeks after the Supreme Court pronounced the election of former lawmaker, Herman Hembe from Benue – illegal and declared one Hon. Dorathy Mato, the duly elected member representing Vandeikya/Konshusha federal constituency of Benue State, the House Speaker, Yakubu Dogara has defied the court judgement directing the House to swear the lawmaker in.

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Nyannyan bus terminal reopens 3years after bomb blast



The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) yesterday reopened the Nyanya temporary bus terminal, which was closed in April 2014 following multiple bomb blasts.

Senate dares INEC on Sen. Dino Melaye’s recall


The Senate yesterday dared the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to go ahead with the recall of Senator Dino Melaye (Kogi West), as demanded by his constituents.

Monday, 3 July 2017

INEC to issue certificates of return To Hon. Mrs. Mato, Sen Lau - Photos



INEC complies with Supreme Court order, issues certificate of return to Hon. Mrs. Mato and Sen. Lau. more photos after the cut....

Saturday, 1 July 2017

I Celebrate my Son LuseTor @ 5 - Photos



You are 5years today LuseTor 

It sounds like such a big boy age.  June 27th, 2012 seems like just yesterday! It seems like  yesterday you were learning to walk, talk and navigate this crazy thing called life. More pics after the cut......

Thursday, 29 June 2017

The funeral arrangement for late Barr. Justin Ortiv Erukaa released by the family


                    
The funeral arrangement for late Barr. Justin Ortiv Erukaa who died in a ghastly motor accident along Lugbe road Abuja has just been released by the family. 

Police arrests herdsman over armed robbery in Abia




The Abia police command has commended the residents of the state for the timely information they have been giving to the command which has led to the numerous successes they have recorded in combating heinous crimes.

Deadly Badoo kills three family members in Ikorodu


The notorious Badoo ritual gang struck again in Ikorodu, Lagos, killing three members of a family. The fourth member of the family, sources said, was seriously injured.

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Man interrupts wife’s burial in Anambra, throws her corpse on the floor - Photos


There was a mild drama in Nnewi South LGA of Anambra state as mourners who were attending a burial ceremony were shocked when the man whose wife was to be buried got into a fight with his in-laws, causing the woman's body to fall out of the coffin. The incident was said to have occurred on the 23rd of  June, 2017. More photos after the cut...

Breaking News; House on the Rock Abuja on fire!


House on the Rock Abuja on fire! The cause of the fire is yet to be known. More details soon..

Police arrest Evans Accomplice an Army Lance Corporal


POLICE operatives have arrested a Lance Corporal with the Army for being an alleged accomplice to suspected kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeje George Onwuamadike, alias Evans.

Friday, 23 June 2017

BREAKING NEWS Hon. Iorwase Hembe Sacked by Supreme Court


Supreme court sacks House of Representative member representing Jechira Federal contituency Hon. Iorwase Hembe, orders INEC to issue certificate of return to Hon Mrs Dorothy Mato and refund all monies collected within 90days.

More Details Later.........

Source: UK

Private male strippers from FL infected women with HIV, HPV, and other STDs.


Several Black male private dancers have reportedly been giving more than lap dances to unsuspecting women all around Florida, especially in the Atlanta, Tampa Bay, Miami-Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando areas. 

Trump does not want a 'poor person' in cabinet role


Donald Trump has said he doesn't want "a poor person" running the economy of the United States and has defended his decision to appoint wealthy individuals to his cabinet.

Court stops El-Rufai from sacking 4,766 District and Village Heads in the State



Kaduna State High Court ‎in Kafanchan has granted an interim injunction preventing Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai and the state from sacking over 4,766 District and Village Heads across the state.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

FG appeals Saraki's acquittal by Code of Conduct Tribunal


The Federal Government has approached the Court of Appeal in Abuja to file an appeal against the judgment of the Code of Conduct Tribunal CCT that discharged and acquitted Senate President Bukola Saraki of 18 counts of false asset declaration and other related offences.

The tribunal had on June 14th, dismissed the case on the grounds that the prosecution team did not provide enough evidence to substantiate its claims that Saraki did not declare his assets when he was governor of Kwara state.

In the notice of appeal filed yesterday and signed by the lead prosecuting counsel, Rotimi Jacobs and an Assistant Chief State Counsel in the Federal Ministry of Justice, Pius Akutah, the Federal Government argued that the judgment is unwarranted, unreasonable and against the weight of evidence. “The judgment of the lower tribunal is unwarranted, unreasonable and against the weight of evidence. It is unconstitutional and without jurisdiction.

By the provisions of paragraphs 11 (2), (3) and (13) of Part 1, 5th Schedule to the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended), once the Code of Conduct form filled by the public officer is investigated and found to be false or that some assets are beyond the legitimate income of the public officer or that the assets were acquired by means of corrupt practices, the public officer concerned is deemed to have breached the Code of Conduct and it is for him to show to the tribunal that there is no infraction in the form.

The honourable tribunal wrongly placed the onus of proof on the prosecution contrary to paragraphs 11 (2), (3) and (13) of Part 1, 5th Schedule to the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended).

The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended) clearly excluded the presumption of innocence on the allegation of infraction of the Code of Conduct by public officers and the Tribunal wrongly applied the presumption of innocence contrary to the constitutional requirement. The tribunal’s decision is unconstitutional and without jurisdiction.

The learned members of the tribunal, in their consideration of no-case submission, failed in their duty to look at the offences charged, the ingredients of the offence and the evidence adduced by the prosecution before upholding the respondent’s no-case submission. The learned members of the tribunal failed to analyse and evaluate the evidence of prosecution witnesses before reaching their conclusion that there is no case made out against the respondent.

The tribunal failed in its duty to point out the material evidence adduced by the prosecution witnesses touching the ingredients of the offence charged that was discredited by the respondent’s counsel during cross-examination. The learned members of the tribunal failed to consider and apply the decision of the Supreme Court in Daboh v State (1977) 5 SC 197 at 315, where the Supreme Court held that if the submission is based on discredited evidence, such discredited evidence must be apparent on the face of the record and that if such is not apparent, then the submission is bound to fail.

The learned members of the tribunal failed to point out any apparent discredited evidence on the face of the record before it upheld the submission of a no case. The tribunal failed in its duty to point out the essential ingredients of the offences charged and the evidence adduced by the prosecution to show that the available evidence could not establish the ingredients of the offences.

The tribunal failed to apply the provisions of sections 302 and 303 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, 2015 in upholding the no-case submission made by the respondent.” In the second grounds, the appellant held that in upholding the no-case submission, the tribunal ought to have only discharged Saraki, but wrongfully went ahead to discharge and acquit the Senate President.

The notice of appeal stated “The power of the Tribunal when upholding a no-case submission is to discharge the defendant and not to acquit him. By section 302 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, 2015, the only order the Tribunal can make when a no-case submission is upheld is an order of discharge and not acquittal.”

The Federal government also faulted claims by the CCT that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, which investigated the case against Saraki, failed to invite him for interrogation before charging him. It contended that the CCT’s finding was against the evidence adduced by the prosecution.

Fake medical doctor who perform orals on male patients and lick their sperm arrested in Niger state



Fake  doctor was arrested yesterday in Minna, Niger State. The 50-year-old man, whose name was given as Usman Umaru, allegedly indulged in massaging the penis of patients and licking their sperm when they discharge.

Man driving Bentley assassinated in broad daylight in South Africa


A man was shot and killed in his car on Bowling Avenue in Sandton, South Africa on Tuesday afternoon., June 20.

Fake palm wine factory discovered in Anambra State - Video

Anambara Broadcasting Service (ABS) on Tuesday, posted this video taken at a fake palm wine factory discovered at Umudioka in Dunukofia Local Government Area of Anambra State. See the video after the cut.

Nigerian-Turkish school kidnappers arraigned -Photos


The Nigerian Police Force on Tuesday arraigned suspected kidnappers of students and staff of Nigerian-Turkish International College (NTIC) Isheri, Ogun State, before the Federal High Court, Abuja.

FG congratulates 7 Nigerians recently elected into the United Kingdom Parliament


More felicitations from the Federal government have come the way of the seven British-Nigerians who were recently elected into the UK Parliament. Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Abike Dabiri-Erewa had after the election, released a statement congratulating the 7 Nigerians.

Prison guard who had a baby with an inmate pleads guilty to violating her oath


A former Central State Prison corrections officer pleaded guilty Monday to violating her oath by having a sexual relationship with an inmate.

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Press Statement by Benue Renaissance Forum on Grand Plan to Smear SA to Benue State Governor on MDGs, NEPAD and Development Corporations


Tuesday, 20th June, 2017.

Our attention has been drawn to a grand plan by some enemies of Benue State brandishing themselves as coalition of civil society organisations to petition and protest against the milestone achievements recorded by the office of the adviser to the Benue State Governor on MDGs, NEPAD and Development Corporations, under the leadership of Dr. Magdalyn Dura.

Monday, 19 June 2017

Reno Omokiri calls out Fr Mbaka and Tunde Bakare for not protesting the removal of CRK from public school curriculum




Reno Omokiri took to his Facebook page to call out Rev Fr Mbaka and Pastor Tunde Bakare for not the protesting the removal of Christian Religious Knowledge from Public funded schools. According to him, satan will be surprised at their quietness and that it would have been a different case if Goodluck Jonathan was the president.

Finally Big Brother Naija, Tboss and Kemen reconcile


Almost two months after their friendship ended in shambles in South Africa, Big Brother Naija housemates Tboss and Kemen have made up. More pics....

Friday, 16 June 2017

Conduct tribunal chair may face fresh EFCC probe Over bribery allegations


Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) Chairman Justice Danladi Umar may face a fresh probe by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over some allegations.

Reps angry over Acting President’s comment


Speaker Yakubu Dogara said the powers of the three arms of government were clearly spelt out in the constitution.

Thursday, 15 June 2017

Car bomb targets restaurant in Somalia capital Mogadishu


A car bomb has detonated outside a restaurant in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, killing at least nine people and wounding several others, police said.

UN warns of Gaza's 'total collapse' amid power crisis


The United Nations has warned that longer power cuts threaten a "total collapse" of basic services in Gaza, with residents in the beseiged Palestinian territory being held hostage to political infighting.

I’ve been vindicated, says Saraki


Senate President Bukola Saraki yesterday described his acquittal by the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) as a vindication.

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Woman who was filmed romping with a stranger on Ryanair flight to Ibiza is revealed to be a British mother-of-three


A British mother filmed romping with a man on a Ryanair flight said she is 'mortified' that a bit of drunken fun has gone viral. more pics 

Grenfell Tower London Fire claims Lives


Several people have died after a huge fire raged through the night at a west London tower block, a fire chief says. More photos