26 Apr 2017

Omg! A teenager reportedly commits suicide by hanging himself on a tree in Imo state

According to the source of the photos shared on Facebook, a 17-year-old boy committed suicide by hanging himself on a Mango Tree at Okohia, Isiala Mbano Local Government area of Imo state. So sad! See the photos below...




Photo Credit: Isaac Ugochukwu Onyema

Update! Nollywood Actress, Halima Abubakar shares pic of fibroid removed from her body

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Nollywood actress Halima Abubakar wants her fans to see what was removed from her body... hope she gets better.



She had the fibroid removed through a surgery in India.

See The Face Of Jonathan's Doctor Charged For Multi-Million Fraud

Dr. Fortunate Fiberesima, a former chief executive officer of State House Medical Centre, Abuja, was slammed with a six-count charge of money laundering by the EFCC.

One of the charges against him read:

“That you , Dr Fortunate Fiberesima (a.k.a Fortunate David and David Thank God Fiberesima), being the former chief executive officer of the state House Medical Centre, Abuja and chief physician to the president and while employed in the public service, sometime in 2012, in Abuja, within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court, knowingly and directly held a private interest in the contract for land reclamation at the State House Medical Centre, Abuja in the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Eight Million, Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira (N258,950,000.00), which contract was awarded to T. E & C Limited, a company in which you were a director, and thereby committed an offence contrary to and punishable under Section 12 of the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Act, 2000.”
He was said to have also paraded himself as Fortunate David and David Thank God Fiberesima at different times.

Shocking! Meet 37 Year Old Woman With 38 Children

Nalongo Muzaala Bana (the twin mother that produces quadruples) is what Mariam Nabatanzi Babirye goes by where she resides in Kabimbiri village, Mukono District.

At 37, Nabatanzi has 38 children whom she has delivered from home except the last born who is four months old. She was delivered by caesarean section. Among her children are six sets of twins, four sets of triplets, three sets of quadruples and single births. Ten of these are girls and the rest are boys. The oldest is 23 years old while the youngest four months.

Eager to tell her story, she takes a minute before getting into it, tilting her head lost in thoughts. She was married off at 12 years of age after surviving death; allegedly at her stepmother’s hands who apparently pounded glass and mixed it in the food she gave Nabatanzi and her four siblings. Fortunately, she was away unlike her siblings who ate the food and died on the spot.

Married off

Nabatanzi breaks down when she recalls what she went through upon getting married. In 1993, she was married off to a 40-year-old man.

“I did not know I was being married off. People came home and brought things for my father. When time came for them to leave, I thought I was escorting my aunt but when I got there, she gave me away to the man.”

Being only a young girl, she found marriage a difficult task in the new family. “My husband was polygamous with many children from his past relationships who I had to take care of because their mothers were scattered all over. He was also violent and would beat me at any opportunity he got even when I suggested an idea that he didn’t like,” she recounts.

Starting a family

Her father-in-law gave them a piece of land to start their family, a family for which she planned to have six children.

In 1994, when she was 13, Nabatanzi gave birth to twins. Two years later, she gave birth to triplets and a year and seven months after that added a set of quadruplets. This, she says was nothing strange to her because she had seen it before in her lineage. “My father gave birth to 45 children with different women and these all came in quintuplets, quadruplets, twins and triplets,” she says.

Indeed, Dr Charles Kiggundu, a gynecologist at Mulago Hospital and President of gynaecologists and obstetricians, says it is very possible for Nabatanzi to have taken after her father. “Her case is genetic predisposition to hyper-ovulate (releasing multiple eggs in one cycle), which significantly increases the chance of having multiples; it is always genetic,” he explains.

By her sixth delivery, Nabatanzi had had 18 children and wanted to stop, so, she went to see a doctor at Namaliili Hospital.

The problem

The doctor told Nabatanzi that she could not be stopped then because she had a high ovary count which would eventually kill her if she stopped.

“Having these unfertilised eggs accumulate poses not only a threat to destroy the reproductive system but can also make the woman lose their lives,” Dr Ahmed Kikomeko from Kawempe General Hospital explains.

“I was advised to keep producing since putting this on hold would mean death. I tried using the Intrauterine Device (IUD) but I got sick and vomited a lot, to the point of near death. I went into a coma for a month,” she explains.

At the age of 23 with now 25 children, she went back to hospital to try and stop. “I was checked in at Mulago Hospital and advised to continue producing since the ovary count was still high.”

No way to stop?

Kiggundu explains that women’s ovaries are at times suppressed and stopped from ovulating. “The suppressed eggs later pile up and are released at once and here, the higher the chances of fertilizing many eggs, the higher the chances of all of them dying, Nabatanzi was lucky,” he says. “She must have been super ovulating, releasing many eggs in a cycle.” He adds that Nabatanzi could have been helped if she had really wanted to stop producing, but some people are not well informed.

At the birth of her four-month-old child who was delivered by C-section in December last year, she says; “I asked the doctor to stop me from more births and he said he had ‘cut my uterus from inside’. This was my only Cesarean delivery because I was still weak from the sickness I suffered when I tried to use an IUD.”

Kiggundu says this was most likely tubal ligation. “With tubal ligation, the tubes are blocked, a permanent method of contraception in women, but they would continue having their menses,” explains the gynecologist.

Hurdles in marriage

Nabatanzi’s 25 years in marriage have been characterised by humiliation and torture. “I have been tortured countless times by my husband; he beats to the pulp when I try to reason with him over any issue, especially when he gets home drank. He does not provide for basic needs and welfare of the family; the children hardly know who he is since he is an absent father who gives his children names over the phone and not physically,” she says.

Charles Musisi, 23, her eldest son says their father disappeared and they have grown up only with their mother’s love.

“I can comfortably tell you that our siblings do not know what father looks like. I last saw him when I was 13 years old and only briefly in the night because he rushed off again,” he says, adding that they do not know the happiness of living with a father and they only rely on their mother as their both mother and father.

Nabatanzi says her husband spends close to a year without coming home and when he does, he just sneaks into the house late in the night and leaves very early in the morning.

“I carry these humiliations because my aunt advised me to always endure in marriage and have my children as the center of focus. She advised me not to produce children from different men.”

The education challenge

Nabatanzi is optimistic about seeing her children through school, something her father could not do for her. Despite being a Primary Two dropout, she has managed to educate her children.

One of her first born twins has a certificate in nursing and the other in building although they have not found jobs yet.

Two of her other children are in Senior Six, three in Senior Five, Four in Primary Seven, and four in Senior One. The rest are between baby class and Primary Six.

“I am hopeful that my children will go to school because they all have big ambitions of being doctors, teachers and lawyers; I want them to realise these dreams, something I was not able to do.”

Nabatanzi does not have a garden or land to farm, so she has to buy food to feed her children and this is her biggest expense.

“Everything is solely from my pocket; I buy 10kg of maize flour a day, four kilogrammes of sugar a day and three bars of soap. I need to have Shs100, 000 at the least on a daily basis to have the family catered for. God has been good to me for they have never gone a day without a meal,” she says. Nabatanzi is in the process of gathering money to connect piped water she can sell since water is a big problem in the area, with a jerry can costing Shs800.

David Kazimba, who fetches her water, says he gets her 15 jerry cans of water a day. “She is a social person I have known for the last eight years. She is a hardworking and caring woman. At times, people mock her because of her many children but she just ignores them,” he says.

To meet her expenses, Nabatanzi administers local herbs for various illnesses – which she says she has done since she was a young girl- and doing casual work such as plaiting hair, decorating at events, and styling brides.

“I do not despise any job as long as it brings in some money. Feeling sorry for myself is something I dropped because I know these children are a gift from God that I have to treasure, so I try my level best to fend for them.”

The main worry

Nabatanzi’s five-year-old son who was diagnosed with a heart problem early this year worries her as she has to spend Shs120, 000 a week to buy him medicine. “In January, the doctors at Mulago Hospital advised me to raise Shs35m in nine months to have him taken to India for an operation. Since I do not have this money yet, I buy him medicine to help him cope in the meantime,” she says.

Nabatanzi finds solace in her children as the family she never had while growing up. “I wish I could get a helping hand to help me with my children’s schooling, which is my major concern. I stopped looking to my husband for anything. I’m only focusing on raising my children and I am determined to do,” she explains.

Home care

The older children help with their siblings and the general home administration. “I enjoy taking care of my children myself though. My children are my joy and I pride caring for them. I cook, wash and bathe them with ease. Children grow better under a mother’s love and care,” she says.

Nabatanzi says she delivers her children naturally and she has always felt fine after each delivery until her recent C-section birth after which she started to develop backache after doing some home chores.

“My daughter who studied nursing used to take care of me during pregnancy. Eventually, I learnt how to do this, so I have not had any difficulties or complications with my pregnancies,” she explains.

Expert view

Gynaecologist Dr Charles Kiggundu, refers to Nabantanzi’s ability to conceive so many multiples as “genetic predisposition to hyper ovulate”. He explains;

“It is an increased likelihood of having children in multiples (twins, triplets, quadruplets…) based on a person’s genetic makeup. It results from specific genetic variations that are often inherited from a parent.

In some cases, women ovulate more than one time consecutively, but in other cases they release more than one egg at the same time, leaving room for the fertilisation of released eggs. When that happens, each one develops within its own sac in the womb; hyper-ovulation naturally is hereditary.”

How common it is

I have not seen many of such cases in Uganda; the highest I have seen are twins and one case of triplets, but scientifically this condition is real.

Risks and solutions

The higher the number of eggs fertilised, the higher the risk of losing all children (miscarrying). Going for anti-natal care during pregnancy helps to have the situation monitored closely, doctors can help.

Although a person’s genetic makeup cannot be changed, some lifestyle and environmental alterations (such as having more frequent disease screenings and maintaining a healthy weight) may help ward off opportunistic health problems.

Advice to women

Nabatanzi says a woman is respected by the way she handles her family and having to settle in her marriage containing all that is there since this is her pride.

“There are no easy marriages; women should be patient because even our great grandmothers did not have a smooth one. They should be patient as there is always a lot to deal with in marriage and it is the patience that heals time, mine is to take care of my children which I am doing happily,” she says Nairobi News reports.

Advice to men

“Do not forget your responsibility because marriage is a joint responsibility to raise these children. “I cry deeply in my heart wondering whether I produced these children on my own.”

She further urges men to stop marrying off their children for quick money and gains as this not only affects them but also their children.


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Omg! Nigerian man beheads his 6-year-old son, chopped off his legs for money ritual (graphic photos)

Police on Tuesday, April 25, nabbed a 31-year-old farmer identified as Abdul Salam for killing his 6-year- old son and cutting off his head and legs at Adidaase near Amanso Amenfi in Wassa Amenfi of western region, Ghana.

Speaking to Energy fm of Prestea,one eyewitness explain that the boy got missing since yesterday which made the the unity committee of the area conducted a search.

It happened that the father Abdul Salam butchered his son and removed some part of him and upon into interrogation confessed that he murdered him to sell the head and the legs. Abdul Salam is in the custody of Asanco police command for further investigation. See photos below...



Photo credit: Nana

More photos from the 253 Nigerians who voluntarily returned from Libya

About 253 Nigerians voluntarily returned from Libya to Nigeria yesterday Tuesday April 25 aboard a chartered Airbus A330-200 with registration mark 5A-LAT operated by Libya Airlines

According to reports, they arrived at about 6:45 pm at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos.
 

Officials of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), the National Agency for the Protection of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP),  National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) received 253 Nigerians (102 males, 140 females, 6 children and 5 infants)

They were brought back by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) after the Federal Government asked for its assistance after confirming that some Nigerians were willing to return home.

Addressing newsmen at the Hajj Camp wing of the airport where the returnees were profiled, the Director General of NEMA, Engr Mustapha Maihaja, represented by the Deputy Director, Search and Rescue, Dr. Abdullahi Onimode, said the deportees would be given some token to go back to their respective destinations. 

'We are giving them some stipends. We need to let them realize that the country they left some years ago is not the same country they are meeting today. We have moved ahead and everybody now has equal opportunity to be the best you can be,' he said

He also advised those leaving the country in search of greener pastures to have a rethink and stay in the country to develop it. 

Speaking to Vanguard, one of the returnees identified as Mary said that it was a miracle she returned safely back to Nigeria as she was being sold like a piece of merchandise in Libya. 

According to her, 'They were selling some of us like wood from one guard who will take us to some destination and again sell us to another who will now be our new owner. That will take us again to some distance and say his contract with us has expired and again sell us to another person.'

 She added that 'if you complain, they will ask you if you don’t want to go to Europe again. My brother, e no easy', she laughed.

See what Olori Wuraola wrote about her husband, Ooni of Ife today

Olori Wuraola Ogunwusi took to her Instagram page to shower praises on her husband, Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi. She shared the above photo and wrote;
"My husband, my soulmate, my mentor, my king, the people's King; A King like no other. The Custodian of culture, the keeper of Yorubas across the world, and the voice and symbol of peace. When you recognize what and who you are, your vision becomes bigger than the daily struggles of the mundane.
When you uphold that vision, you see beyond the physical and you envisage and work towards a future that is liberating for all. - Olori Wuraola-Zynab Ogunwusi
#OoniofIfe #AroleOduduwa #OjajaII #KingofKings #OloriWuraola #QueenWuraola

Emir Sanusi spent N37m on telephone calls in 3 years - Emirate Council says

The Kano state Emirate Council says the Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II spent N37 million on telephone calls since he ascended the throne three years ago. The Walin Kano and spokesperson of the emirate council, Mahe Bashir, disclosed this to newsmen while reacting to reports that the Emir has spent as much as N6 billion since he was enthroned in June 2014.

According to Mahe, the monarch paid N37 million to Airtel to enable him make calls which most times are international.

“It is true that the sum of N37,054,196.06 was paid to Airtel due to the fact that the emir has been identified with only one local mobile phone which he uses within and outside the country. Majority of the charges are that of roaming, which is normal. The telephones charges of the palace are paid by the council, particularly when it comes within the provision of the budget.”

Mahe also disclosed that on the advise of the state government, N142.8 million was used to purchase the Emir's bullet-proof cars. “This was as a result of the attack on the late Emir of Kano, Alhaji Ado Bayero, on his way back from Murtala Muhammed Mosque to the palace. The sum of N108 million was paid to the children of the late emir by the council, in respect of the late emir’s personal cars inherited by the present emir.

The cars now form part of the emirate council’s fleet in the palace” he said The Walin Kano also disclosed that about N152 million was spent to purchase furniture for the palace because those used by the Emir before Sanusi were removed and given to his children according to Islamic injunction. “The sum of N152,627,723 was paid to Dabo Gate for the procurement of furniture for the palace. After the demise of the emir, all his belongings, including the furniture, were removed and given to his children in accordance with Islamic injunction,” he said

The emirate spokesperson also dismissed allegations that the council spents billions of naira on chartered flight, adding that the council only chartered flight twice for the emir’s movement to Sokoto and Benin City. "The council chartered an air flight twice for His Highness for the following trips: In September 2014 to Sokoto, when the emir paid a traditional homage (Mubaya’a) to the Sultan of Sokoto after his turbaning as Emir of Kano and the council spent N4,651,000.

In January 2015 for the trip to Benin for his installation as chancellor of the University of Benin and it cost N9,071,000. All the trips were made a as a result of lack of scheduled flight at that time and it cost the council the sum of N13,722,00 as against alleged N9,071,000.”

Update! Doctor who allegedly gave Senator Isiaka Adeleke injection overdose arrested by police

The Police in Osun state have reportedly arrested one Dr Alfred Aderibigbe, a medical assistant with a community health center in Ede, Osun State, for allegedly administering an injection overdose on Senator Isiaka Adeleke who died after suffering a heart attack on Sunday April 23rd.

According to Sahara Reporters, late Senator Adeleke had been suffering from severe leg pain that required him to be injected with pain killers.


Dr Aderibigbe who has acted as one of Adeleke's personal doctors, allegedly injected the deceased with an overdose of the medication that caused his death. Aderibigbe is being accused of practicising medicine illegally.

The police arrested Aderibigbe yesterday and have detained him at the State Investigation Bureau of the Nigeria Police in Oshogbo where he is being interrogated.

Preliminary report of an autopsy ordered by the Osun State government and Mr. Adeleke’s family indicated that the senator died of drug overdose. Aderibigbe reportedly gave him analgesics intravenously.

Lobatan! Actress Shirley Igwe Owing N10,000 For Goat Meat and refuses to pick calls

Nollywood actress Shirley Igwe has been dragged into a scandal over a missing head of goat and her refusal to pay. To mark her birthday recently the actress decided to throw a party for friends and family. She contacted someone to provide them with goat meat for RSVP. As the usual practice, the butcher took 10% of the goat by keeping the head to himself.

Shirley has refused to pay her balance of N10,000 because of the goat head, something that is not up to N2,000 even in the market. See their exchange...lol




UK Embassy - Nigerians Can Now Get UK Visa Same Day Of Application

The British government has announced a special service for Nigerians which enables them to get their UK visa on the same day of application.

British High Commissioner, Mr. Paul Arkwright disclosed this at the 40th anniversary of Nigerian British Chamber of Commerce, NBCC, in Lagos.

Mr Arkwright while speaking at the event on Monday said the British embassy has made provision for visa applicants in Nigeria to get their visa on the same day or within five days of application.

He noted that the embassy as part of its special services has reduced the maximum turnaround time for all classes of visa application to 15 days.

“We have introduced a same day visa service – at a cost – for visas in Nigeria.

“We have also introduced a service that means you get a visa within five days, at a lower cost than the same day process.

“Our turnaround time for all other visas is 15 days. The key thing, however, is that all visitors to the UK, whether they are from Nigeria or anywhere else, must respect the law and the length of time their visa says they can stay in the UK.

“In 2016, around 140,000 Nigerians applied for visas to the UK. Of those that applied for student visas, 90 percent were successful.

“For those that applied for other visas, around 70 percent were successful. There are as many as 250,000 Nigerian nationals or dual Nigerian-British nationals living in the UK at the moment.

“Some claim the total Nigerian diaspora in the UK is well over a million. We want Nigerians to come to the UK. They come to do business, to study, to see family and to invest in our economy.”

Shocking! Nigerian Soldiers Order & Torture Man To Swim In Mud Water

A video is trending online which shows how a man was made to swim in dirty mud water. Reports have it that the unidentified man was "punished by Nigerian Soldiers" for an unknown offence.

In the video, the said soldiers are heard saying "Oya put your head inside, enter well. If you no put your head, I go wipe you koboko"... shame on them. Watch the horrendous video below...

Update! Adeleke's Son Speaks, Says My Father Was Killed Because Of His Governorship Ambition

One of the children of the first civilian Governor of Osun State, Senator Isiaka Adeleke, Tunji, has alleged that his father, who was preparing to contest in the 2018 governorship election in the state was killed.

Although he did not stated how he was killed but he said Adeleke, who was also the senator representing Osun-West at the Senate until his death was killed by some forces because he stood a good chance of emerging the governor of the state again.

Tunji, who said this in a snapchat on Tuesday, said that some persons, who he did not name, eliminated his dad because they considered him a big threat to their ambition ahead of the next year election.

He said it was curious that his father, who was hale and hearty on Saturday preceding his sudden death and was awake till around 2am on Sunday morning, could die a few hours later without showing any sign of sickness.

Tunji believed that his dad was killed by those who were jealous of his influence and money which he said they wanted by all means.

His claim was not different from the position of many of Adeleke’s supporters, who said that their benefactor was poisoned at one of the social functions he attended within the state on Saturday.

Photo of More Nigerians As They Return From Libya

No fewer than 253 Nigerians repatriated from Libya arrived at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Monday evening. The returnees, who arrived aboard an airbus belonging to Libyan Air, touched down at the airport around 6.45pm.

They were assisted back into the country through the intervention of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM).  148 of the returnees were females, while 105 were males.

Update! Federal Road Safety Corps recalls the personnel spotted drinking on duty in Anambra state

The Federal Road Safety Corp, FRSC has recalled its personnel, who were pictured allegedly drunk during working hours in Anambra state. A statement by the head, Media Relations and Strategy of the Corps, Bisi Kazeem, said the alleged marshals, whose photographs were taken at Tarzan junction, close to Onitsha have been identified as operatives of the Corps from Nteje Unit Command under the Anambra State Sector Command.
He said that the marshals were deployed for traffic control and monitoring for the Easter Special patrol at Tarzan junction close to Onitsha.
"They have been recalled for administrative and disciplinary action at Anambra State Sector Command, Awka, being the Command that supervises the affairs of the Nteje Unit, where they served on the directive of the Corps Marshal, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, who abhors indiscipline in all ramifications."
Appropriate disciplinary actions will be taken against them as soon as the administrative panel dispenses with their case, said Kareem.

Bobrisky fights online with Toyin Lawani over the condition of his skin in a viral photo

Here's what happened! Fashion designer/entrepreneur, Toyin Lawani supposedly threw what was perceived as 'shade' at Bobrisky. They both attended the burial party for the late father of actress, Eniola Badmus over the weekend. 

After the event, she took to Instagram to laugh about how filters cover up for some people she saw in real life. Now, there has been trending controversy over what the true colour and condition of Bobrisky's skin is after unedited and not so flattering photos from the party surfaced online. After Toyin's supposed shade, Bobrisky has now clapped back, dragging her on Snapchat. See more of his posts below...




Lobatan! 'Any man who marries a beautiful woman suffers in bed' - Counselor Lutterodt

Controversial Ghanaian marriage counselor, George Lutterodt, in a new bombshell statement has said that any man who marries a beautiful woman suffers in bed. Lutterodt disclosed this in a recent interview with Kasapa FM. 
According to him, 'beautiful women' are not usually very 'enthusiastic' in bed and that is why men would always cheat on them with ugly women.
'Any man who marries a beautiful woman suffers in bed. Mostly women who are beautiful, aren’t romantic in bed. That is why any man who cheats on his wife, do so with ugly women,' he said.
When asked by the host if his wife is also romantic in bed, Lutterodt said:
'Call her yourself and ask. Perhaps no man can praise himself after every sexual bouts, it is the lady who can tell how a man performs in bed.
George Lutterodt is widely known for making controversial statements on issues revolving around relationships, sex and dating.

Wow! See the three South African women married to one man

A sangoma from Tsakane, Ekurhuleni, South Africa, Doctor Mokoena is married to three women.
The women cook and eat together, and they all sleep in one big bed in their shack. Also in the shack are their six children.
First wife Nene Ngwenya told Daily Sun that at first their neighbours used to think they were crazy to share one man.

“But because we remain united and happy, they don’t have a problem with it any more.”
Daily Sun witnessed how the women take care of each other’s children.
"We are like sisters and we help each other out. Our unity is even envied by those who see us for the first time,” said Nene.
Third wife Makhosi Ntuli said she was happy with how their husband treated them.
On his part, Doctor said the only way to manage polygamy was for the man to have a backbone.
“Treat your wives equally and don’t take sides. Always listen to their complaints and be neutral and fair at all times. I’m not rich but I know how to make my wives happy. We share the little we have and try to instil the same values in our children,” he said.
Doctor said when he wanted to take a third wife three years ago, he sat down with his two wives to get their permission and see if they were okay with it. 
"I respect them and I listen to them when they are not happy with my decisions."
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