9 Oct 2016

Wife of Chieftain of APC, in Ekiti State, Ajibola Oyedele, has been kidnapped

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Wife of a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Ekiti State, Ajibola Oyedele, has been kidnapped. Mrs Oyedele was kidnapped at her family home in Omuo Oke, a town in Ekiti East Local Government Area of the state on Friday October 7th. 

Her abductors have reached out to her husband and are demanding a N40 million ransom.

Nemesis caught up with five armed robbers that stole a car that also killed them...photo

Nemesis caught up with five robbery suspects, Sunday, in Lagos, when their get-away car skidded off Eko Bridge by Iddo, while in flight, killing three of the suspects and one innocent bystander, a man who the car fell on.

It was gathered that two of the suspects sustained injuries and were taken to the hospital, while the dead bodies were deposited at a mortuary.

The incident was said to have occurred during the downpour at 2.15 pm.

General Manager of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, LASEMA, Mr. Adesina Tiamiyu, who confirmed the incident, said preliminary investigation revealed that the occupants in the car could be robbers as several dangerous weapons were recovered from the car.

According to Tiamiyu, “the agency received a distress call regarding a lone accident at Iddo Bridge at 2.15p.m.

“On arrival at the scene of the incident, the Emergency Response Team, ERT, of the agency discovered a grey-coloured Hyundai ix 35 with number plates SMK 485 CM, which skidded off the Eko Bridge by Iddo Terminus and fell on a man, who died immediately.

“Three of the suspected robbers died immediately, one escaped with injuries, while the fifth was taken to the hospital by Lagos State Ambulance Service, LASAMBUS.

“The dead bodies, three suspected armed robbers and one other person identified as a mechanic named Nwamba, were handed over to State Environmental Health Monitoring Unit, SEHMU, and were subsequently taken to the mortuary, while the vehicle was towed to Denton Police Station, Ebute Meta, by the agency.”

According LASEMA boss, items found on the victims include one locally-made double-barrelled pistol with five live cartridges, one laptop, mobile phones and a dollar note.

Tiamiyu, who advised residents to always be security conscious at all times, said the matter had been handed over to Nigeria Police for proper investigation. 

Watch video of teachers brutalize a school boy mercilessly...

Corporal punishment is illegal in the country. The head teacher of the school where the clip was filmed has been suspended and authorities have ordered an investigation into the case.

The 38-second footage raised outrage online, with Tanzanians demanding that the government take action against the culprits. Several Twitter users shared their dismay with the hashtag #ArrestMbeyaSecondaryTeachers.
Tanzania's Home Affairs Minister, Mwigulu Nchemba, said the government had sent a team of investigators from the ministry of education and security to probe the incident at Mbeya Day Secondary School.

 A government statement said the headteacher, Margaret Haule, had been suspended for "not taking action even after being aware of the incident".

 The assault was allegedly filmed on 28 September by a teacher not involved in the beating, who has also been questioned about it

Watch the video again below...

Check out photos of Nollywood actor Femi Adebayo's Nikkah wedding ceremony in Maryland

Wow! Actor Femi Adebayo, the son of veteran actor Adebayo Salami, aka Oga Bello, is remarrying this weekend. He is set to wed US-based business woman simply known as Maimunat. Their Nikkah ceremony will reportedly hold today Sunday, October 9, in Maryland.

This will be Femi's second marriage. He was previously married to Khadijat, the mother of his three children who he said divorced him after being separated for 2 years. Khadijat has since remarried and has a child with her new husband. Happy married life to them. More photos below...

Wow! South Africa gets Africa's first solar powered airport...photo

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George Airport in South Africa is not only Africa's first solar powered airport, it is also the second of such in the world after India's Cochin airport. 2000 solar panels provide 750Kw of energy daily which exceeds the 450Kw the airport needs to run its activities.

“Gone are the days when power failures used to a be a big thing for the airport. We no longer have those, said Brenda Voster, Airport Manager.

The solar facility which cost about $1.2 million to build has so far helped airport reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 1,229 tonnes, the equivalent of 103,934 litres of fuel.

Also, there are plans to increase the capacity of the power station by an extra 250 Kw.

“We’re quite excited about us embarking on phase two. Phase two I should say in all probability, will, have the back-up battery facilities where we can then store any solar that we generate through the day that we are not using,” Brenda added. The busy travel hub handles about 700,000 passengers annually.

Shocking photo of two men attacked by a stray lion...

It was reported a stray lion from the Queen Elizabeth National park attacked two brothers as they worked in their garden. Elijah Akugizibwe and Francis Tugume were on Thursday October 6th tending to their garden when the lion first attacked the former before injuring the latter who had come to rescue him. 
The brothers raised an alarm which attracted residents and the animal was overpowered and killed.


They were rushed to Fort Portal regional referral hospital where they are recovering from their injuries.

John Paul Wasswa, a doctor at the hospital said the victims had deep cuts on arms, legs and fore head but are both out of danger.

According to an official from wildlife authority, the lion escaped from its habitat on Monday.
“It went through Ibanda and Kamwenge districts before getting to Kyenjojo. In Kamwenge, it reportedly killed about 10 sheep and five goats in Kyenjojo,” he said.

Nollywood actress Empress Njamah reveals how she reduced her bum..photo

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Long time actress, Empress Njamah has said people saying she enhanced her buttocks to make them big are learners and as a matter of fact they actually don’t see well. According to her, she ‘enhanced’ it naturally by losing some body weight which automatically made her butts reduce and it was on purpose. Speaking with Kemi Lanre Aremu, the actress said;

I did not enhance my buttocks.  I have always had big buttocks. Whoever says I tampered with my bottom is a learner. I actually reduced my buttocks because I used to like to wear a particular design and size. 

As a result, I had to lose weight to fit into it. My bottom reduced when I lost some weight. I’m not against people enhancing their bodies. 

They have their reasons for doing so but I would rather go to the gym than go under the knife because the after-effect of surgery is worse than going to the gym.  If you really want to enhance your body, you can exercise and get the natural enhancement.

Nigerian singer, Pasuma reveals a shocking truth about himself ...

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Fuji act, Alhaji Alabi Pasuma Wonder has said there are tendencies of him getting married legally some day, but the woman in question must be educated, homely and even have some EXTRAS. He also spoke about being very close to Yoruba actresses and dating some of them in the past.

Why have you decided to remain single?

I am not single. I have children out of wedlock. I am married to my children and I am happy with them. That does not erase the fact that I may decide to get married tomorrow. Continue...

What kind of woman are you interested in getting married to?

I want a woman who has the fear of the Lord. She has to be educated and homely. If I find a woman who has all these qualities and a few extras, you would be the first to know.

How come you like to date Yoruba actresses?

They are all my friends and we are in the same industry. That makes it easy for us to understand each other.

Does that mean you might end up marrying an actress?

I can’t tell. When the time comes, I will know and you will know.

Lobatan! The DSS to arraign Judges in court tomorrow, they recover N93.5m,$530,087 from three judges...photo

From The Nation reports; In an apparent bid to douse the outrage that greeted its midnight arrest of two Supreme Court Justices and three other judges, the Department of State Security (DSS) yesterday said the sting operations yielded a mind-boggling N93, 558,000.00, $530,087, £25,970, €5,680, from three of those in its custody.

It gave no names, but The Nation was able to get their identities and a breakdown of what was found on them.

Those under arrest  are Justices Sylvester Ngwuta and Inyang Okoro both of the Supreme Court , the suspended Presiding Justice of the Court of Appeal, Ilorin Division, Justice Mohammed Ladan Tsamiya , Justice Kabiru Auta of Kano State High Court and Justice Adeniyi Ademola of the Federal High Court, Abuja.


Justice Tsamiya had earlier been recommended by the National Judicial Commission (NJC) for retirement for meeting a litigant thrice and demanding N200million bribe.

The commission also recommended the sack of Justice Auta for receiving N125million from a litigant through an account approved by him and recommended that he be handed over to the police for prosecution.

Briefing reporters at the DSS headquarters in Abuja yesterday, spokesman for the organisation, Mr. Abdullahi Garba said attempt to recover another  $2million cash from an unnamed    judge was thwarted by the governor of the state.

Garba alleged that the governor mobilized thugs and operatives of an unspecified ‘sister agency’ against DSS operatives and craftily relocated the $2 million.

He said: “The Department of State Services (DSS) in the past few days, has embarked on series of special sting operations involving some Judges of the Supreme, Appeal and High Courts.

“These operations were based on allegations of corruption and other acts of professional misconduct by a few of the suspected Judges.

“The service action is in line with its core mandate, as we have been monitoring the expensive and luxurious lifestyle of some of the Judges as well as complaints from the concerned public over judgment obtained fraudulently and on the basis amounts of money paid.

“The judges involved were invited, upon which due diligence was exhibited and their premises searched. The searches have uncovered huge raw cash of various denominations, local and foreign currencies, with real estate worth several millions of Naira and documents affirming unholy acts by these Judges.

“Meanwhile, some of them have made useful statements while a few have declined even with the glaring evidences that were found against them in terms of material cash, documents and property recovered pointing to their compromise.

“In one of the States where the Service operations were conducted, credible intelligence revealed that the Judge had Two Million United States Dollars ($2,000,000 USD) stashed in his house.

“When he was approached for due search to be conducted  he, in concert with the State Governor, mobilized thugs against the Service team.

“The team restrained itself in the face of unbridled provocative activities by those brought in by the Governor; unfortunately, the Judge and Governor also engaged the tacit support of a sister security agency.

“The Service surveillance team noticed that upon frustrating the operation, the Judge with the active support of the Governor craftily moved the money to an unknown location which the Service is currently making effort to unravel.

“Meanwhile, large amount including foreign/local currencies have been recovered and summaries of these include:

NAIRA –      N93, 558,000.00
DOLLARS –      $530,087
POUNDS –      £25,970
EURO –      €5,680

“Other foreign currencies were also recovered; the above were recovered from just three of the judges.

“These in addition to other banking documents, including real estate documents have been recovered.”

According to the DSS, the new initiative  to cleanse the  judiciary of corrupt elements will  be sustained while those found culpable  will  be prosecuted.

The DSS spokesman dismissed  speculations that  the operation was aimed at stopping  Justice Walter Nkanu Onnoghen of the Supreme Court  from succeeding  Chief Justice Mahmud Mohammed who is due to retire next month.

He said the operation did not affect Onnoghen at all and he is not under any investigation whatsoever.

“The Service would want to clearly state that it has never invited Justice Walter Nkanu Onnoghen for investigation; neither is he being investigated by this Service,” Garba said.

“In addition, the Service would like to put it on record, that it has tremendous respect for the Judiciary and would not do anything to undermine it or its activities.

“The Service will also join hands with this noble institution in its fight to rid it of few corrupt Judges whose actions is undermining not only the Judiciary but the common bond of our national life.

“This current operation will be sustained and followed till sanity and sanctity is restored to the esteemed third arm of government and public confidence is regained.

“Members of the public are also encouraged to avail the Service of any information which could assist in this drive to rid our nation of corrupt practices and tendencies,” Garba said.

The DSS spokesman declined to take questions from reporters after reading his prepared text.

He said the operation is a continuing exercise and that reporters would be invited later for further briefing.

However, further investigation by The Nation showed that the service had actually traced N1.5billion to one of the arrested Supreme Court justices.

The DSS had also submitted a confessional tape and a security brief on Justice Pindiga’s alleged involvement in a N500m deal to the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Mahmud Mohammed.

The NJC was said to have cleared him of any wrongdoing.

A highly placed source said the sting operation was informed by alleged low response of the Judiciary to reported cases against some of the judges.

The source said: “We have all the records intact. In the residence of one of the Supreme Court justices, Justice Sylvester Ngwuta, about N35, 208,000 raw cash $319,475 and other hard currencies were found during the operation.

“The second, Justice Inyang Okoro had N4,350,000 cash and about $38,833.

“We have been able to trace about N1.5billion mansion to one of the arrested judges of the apex court.

“All the affected judges will be arraigned in court on Monday (tomorrow) with evidence against them.”

Responding to a question, the source added: “In the case of Justice Pindiga, we have been conducting investigation on him in respect of alleged N500million inducement and two houses in Abuja.

“When confronted, he admitted and the confessional tape was forwarded to the CJN for consideration by the NJC.

“But interestingly, the NJC gave him a clean bill of health. No government will sit idly and allow such a judge to remain on the bench.

“We adopted due diligence in investigating these judges. Nigerians will hear more when their trial begins.”

Found at the residence of Justice Ademola, according to sources were: N54million,$171, 779.00,£80.00, 1,010.00 Indian Rupees and €4,400.00.

At the residence of  Justice Ngwuta the following currencies were allegedly found: N35,208,000,$319,475,£25,890,€280,UAE 380,GAMBIA DALASI 420,ARGENTINE PESO 4, and GHANA CEDIS 20,while the followings were allegedly  found in Justice  Okoro’s:N4, 350,000,$38, 833,£25,890 and €1,000.00.

Justice Ngwuta was later released late last night.

SSS reveals why they raided homes of some judges in Abuja, Port Harcourt and other areas

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Department of State Services DSS has given reasons for raiding the homes of some of the judges across the country over allegations of corruption leveled against them. An agent of the security agent, Garba Abdullahi, gave reasons at a press conference this afternoon. Read a copy of his press statement after the cut...

 
Good afternoon gentlemen of the Press.
The Department of State Services (DSS) in the past few days, has embarked on series of special sting operations involving some Judges of the Supreme, Appeal and High Courts. These operations were based on allegations of corruptions and other acts of professional misconduct by a few of the suspected Judges. The Service action is in line with its core mandate, as we have been monitoring the expensive and luxurious lifestyle of some of the Judges as well as complaints from the concerned public over judgment obtained fraudulently and on the basis amounts of money paid.
The judges involved were invited, upon which due diligence was exhibited and their premises searched. The searches have uncovered huge raw cash of various denominations, local and foreign currencies, with real estate worth several millions of Naira and documents affirming unholy acts by these Judges. Meanwhile, some of them have made useful statements while a few have declined even with the glaring evidences that were found against them in terms of material cash, documents and property recovered pointing to their compromise.
In one of the States where the Service operations were conducted, credible intelligence revealed that the Judge had Two Million United States Dollars ($2,000,000 USD) stashed in his house. When he was approached for due search to be conducted, he in concert with the State Governor, mobilized thugs against the Service team. The team restrained itself in the face of unbridled provocative activities by those brought in by the Governor. Unfortunately, the Judge and Governor also engaged the tacit support of a sister security agency.
The Service surveillance team noticed that upon frustrating the operation, the Judge with the active support of the Governor craftily moved the money to an unknown location which the Service is currently making effort to unravel.
Meanwhile, large amount including foreign/local currencies have been recovered. Summaries of these include:
SUMMARY OF RECOVERED MONEY
1. NAIRA – N93,558,000.00
2. DOLLARS – $530,087
3. POUNDS – £25,970
4. EURO – €5,680
Other foreign currencies were also recovered. This were recovered from just three (3) of the judges. These in addition to other banking documents, including real estate documents have been recovered. Meanwhile preparations are ongoing to arraign them in a competent court of jurisdiction in line with the laws of the nation. The Service would want to clearly state that it has never invited Justice Walter NKANU ONNOGHEN for investigation, neither is he being investigated by this Service. In addition the Service would like to put it on record, that it has tremendous respect for the Judiciary and would not do anything to undermine it or its activities. The Service will also join hands with this noble institution in its fight to rid it of few corrupt Judges whose actions is undermining not only the Judiciary but the common bond of our national life.
Ladies and gentlemen, this current operation will be sustained and followed till sanity and sanctity is restored to the esteemed third arm of government and public confidence is regained. Members of the public are also encouraged to avail the Service of any information which could assist in this drive to rid our nation of corrupt practices and tendencies.
THANK YOU.
Abdullahi GARBA,
Department of State Services,
Abuja.
8th October, 2016.

Nigerian Customs lifts ban on importation of rice

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The Comptroller-General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ali (rtd), has ordered the immediate lifting of the ban on rice importation from import restriction list and the re-introduction of import duty payment at land borders. Public Relations Officer of customs, Wale Adeniyi announced this in an interview with newsmen in Abuja today.
“Over the years importation has been restricted to the seaports because border authorities have found it difficult to effectively monitor and control importation of rice. When the decision to ban it rice was taken, it was not an effective measure because smuggling of the product thrives with people using different means of conveyance including small trucks, bicycles and even animals putting them on donkeys and some actually carry it on their heads. These new measures will be for customs to re-organize their anti-smuggling operations in the border areas and ensure that all those importers through the borders bring their rice through approved routes and pay their extant duty”he said

Photo of 74 year old man caught defiling two girls in Delta state...

Delta state Police command have arrested 74 year old Godwin Agbada pictured above, for allegedly defiling two girls aged 12 and 14 years in his workshop situated at No. 9, Morka Road, Ubiaruku, Delta state.

The Nation reports that Godwin who is married with five children, was paraded at the headquarters of the Delta State Police Command in Asaba, yesterday October 7th. The minors had gone to his shop to visit him when he defiled them. The state's Police Public Relations Officer, Celestina Kalu, while parading him, said:
‘‘On October 3, 2016, one Sunday Umukoro reported at the police station in Ubiaruku that on observing the painful movement of his 12-year-old daughter, Blessing Umukoro, he inquired from her and discovered that on October 2, about 7:00 p.m., one Godwin Agbada, aged 74, and a bicycle repairer at No. 9, Morka Road, Ubiaruku, defiled the said Blessing Umukoro in his workshop at Old Ubiaruku/Sapele road, Ubiaruku by having unlawful carnal knowledge of her. The said Godwin has been arrested and medical report has confirmed the commission of the offence. Investigation revealed that the victim was invited to the suspect’s workshop by one Ebele Olise, aged 14, where both were defiled by the suspect who, thereafter, gave them N200.00 each.” Godwin blamed his actions on the devil "I noh happy with wetin I do. Na devil make me do am.’he said

Omg! See what Nollywood actress Mercy Johnson shared about her kids...photo

Mercy Johnson Okojie shared these cute photos of her three kids, Purity, Henry and Angel, goofing around on her bed. While the older ones were busy painting their faces with powder, her last born, Angel seemed pretty engrossed in the pizza slices.
"I was gone for a few minutes and I came back to this powdered faces. hymmmm I feel like Monday is a decade away.schools should open on Sundays biko" - her caption read.
Another photo below...
 

Watch video of man who abducted girl 7 months ago and caught taking her out of the country

The little girl pictured above was kidnapped seven months ago. Her parents and family members have been searching for her since her abduction. They were however lucky yesterday when she was found with a man who had done an international passport for her and was planning to take her out of the country. According to Facebook user, Jabir Surajo Inuwa
''Remember Sultana? The girl that got missing in Badiko, Kaduna about seven months ago? God heard and answered the parents' prayers. Yesterday, a man was caught trying to take her out of the country. The man had already done an international passport for the girl etc etc. What are we turning into for God's sake?"
Watch the man being interrogated, after the cut.

 

Omg! Watch video of Toke Makinwa's ex, Maje Ayida reveal some shocking truth about their breakup

Maje Ayida recently had an interview with Thelca Wilkie where he spoke on his breakup with Toke Makinwa, how it affected his business and his new role as a father. Maje in the interview talked about how he met Toke
"We met at a boat club in Lagos. She is a great person. She is going to keep flying and she is going to soar because that is how great she is. You guys haven't seen anything yet about how special this girl is".
Maje who has a son, Micah, from his babymama, Anita Solomon, who got pregnant for him while he was still married to Toke, said he is still learning on his new role as a Father
"I am still learning. Its a whole new world. Its a whole lot of self discovery to come so I just take each day as it comes. Its life. Like is evolving. Life is crazy. You just got to hold on, strap up and move on"
On plans to get married again, Maje who will be 44 this year said
 "No. I don't know".

Asked about the media attention he had last year after his breakup, Maje said
"I had a very dramatic year last year. I am kind of slowly trying to climb out of that hole. How did I deal with it? I focused on my work. I put my work forward and allowed that speak for me. I have couple of the big brands I work with got a bit spooked. Business wasn't actually kicking".
Asked whether it was fair for him to have been in the face of the media at the time, Maje said
"I think its life. I think it happens. If you are in the media for the wrong reason, its going to affect you".
Lessons he learnt, Maje said
"I learnt that people could be vicious. People could be judgmental when they no nothing about you or anything about your story or where you are coming from but its fine. Hold on to the people that do know you. They are the ones that matter and don't get derailed".
Watch the interview below...

See photo of baby factory raided by police in Delta state and six pregnant women arrested

Delta state police command raided a baby factory located at Okwe in Oshimili North Local government in the state where six pregnant women were arrested. 
The police was alerted on the activities of the syndicate after one of the victims, Blessing Aondoseer, reported that her husband had connived with some people to sell her two week-old-baby girl. 
More photos below...


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