I Pay My Bills With My Sweat, I Have No Sugar Daddy-Nollywood Actress Nkechi Blessing

Curvy Nollywood actress Omoge Lekki (Real name Nkechi Blessing Sunday) who recently uploaded a video on her Instagram page in which she engaged in a steamy kissing session with an actor on the beach.

Many of her followers felt the kissing was too real to be an act, considering the fact that Blessing constantly moaned with pleasure and closed her eyes, obviously lost in passion.

When Sunday Scoop spoke with the actress, she insisted that it was just a movie set and she was only doing her job. Blessing stated, “There was nothing real about that scene. It was just an act and there were many people with us on that set.

When we watch American films, we appreciate them for how natural they act, but when it comes to our things, we criticise our actors for doing their jobs well. Acting is make-believe and we need to make our fans believe whatever we show them on screen.

The title of the movie is Bad Market and it was directed by Yomi Gold. I have no fears that people would criticise me for doing my job well. Since the beginning of my career, this is the first time that I would be locking lips with any actor. We cannot be faking things like this anymore. If we don’t play the role well, it is the same Africans that would bash us for not doing it as well as it is done in the western world.”

Despite how comfortable she appeared shooting the kissing scene, Blessing stated that she could not go nude on a movie set.“Kissing is the height of it for me and I think that is normal. I don’t see myself ever going nude in a movie,” she added.

The actress, who recently celebrated her birthday across several states in the US, also maintained that she solely funded her extravagant lifestyle. She said;

“I pay all my bills myself. I decided to give myself a treat for my birthday and that is why I visited different states to celebrate it. There was no big deal about it. I was with the people who loved me and I had a wonderful time.”

Man Gets Surprised With A Gift From A Friend He Helped In 2010

Man gets a surprising gift from a friend he helped with his tuition fee years ago.

As shared from his twitter handle he wrote:

Police Arrest Nurses Who Steals Babies From Pregnant Women

The Abia State Police command has arrested some nurses who allegedly drugged and kill pregnant women in order to steal their babies.
The suspects were arrested in the course of the transactions in various locations, including the state capital Nnewi.
This was revealed during a briefing with newsmen by the State Commissioner of Police, Anthony Ogbizi.
He warned criminals to leave the state because the police command will not hesitate to fish them out and continue to send them to prison.
He also noted that the police has devised intelligence security strategy to counter various methods that the perpetrators deployed to traffic innocent children in the state.
He warned the criminals to leave the state because the police command will not hesitate to fish them out and continue to send them to prison.
According to the CP, strategic security measures and nip point stationed across the streets, roads, nooks and crannies of the state has contributed immensely in assisting the police to unravel and defeat the criminal antics of the traffickers.
He further added that the suspects have been taken away to face the wrath of the law.

Herdmen Kills Five In Edo

FIVE persons, including a first year student of the Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, Edo state, Collins Ojierakhi, have
been allegedly killed by herdsmen in Ugboha, Esan South East Local
and Odiguete Ovia North East Local Government Areas of Edo state.

Apart from the death, about twelve persons are currently hospitalized at the Benin Central Hospital and other private
hospitals as a result of the attack by the herdsmen.

The incident at Ugboha occurred Friday night at about 7:30pm when the deceased Collins and his friends were on their way back to village from Uromi.

Father of the deceased, Mr Festus Ojierakhi, narrated that "I am just confused. I was actually in the house resting at about 8pm and I started asking about my son who was not there. I was told he went
to Uromi with his friends on a motorcycle.

"It was around 9pm that the mother of my son´s friend started shouting, crying that herdsmen have killed her son. I rushed out of the house and I asked about my own son. I was told he died too with
his friend.

"We immediately detailed boys and ran to the place. When we got
there we were told that the police had come to take the corpse to
Ubiaja mortuary. I was told that my son and two others, including
the friend died. They said the other person that died is an Igbo

"The information we heard was that as my son was driving home with
his Okada, the herdsmen and their cattle blocked the road and they
waited for them to leave the road. Immediately they passed, some of
their people in the bush opened fire on my son and his friends and
they died at the spot.

"I have been to the Area Commander’s office and they said they are
investigating the matter. I don´t know what to do. This is a young
boy that just entered university"he lamented.

At Odiguete community in Ovia North East, it was learnt that the
herdsmen invaded the community yesterday.....

Zimbabwe Crowns World First Miss Albino In A Beauty Pageant

Zimbabwe has crowned its first-ever “Miss Albino’’ in a beauty pageant that aims to tackle the stigma faced by people with the rare disorder.

“I want to fight for the rights of children with albinism,” competition winner, Sithembiso Mutukura said.

The 22-year-old social work student receives a cash prize of 85 dollars – far less than was originally planned, said event organiser, Brenda Mudzimu, who is paying the sum out of her own pocket.

Mudzimu criticised Zimbabwe’s government and the private sector for not supporting the initiative.

Thirteen women took part in the “Miss Albino’’ pageant, which in its inaugural year attracted just one sponsor.

People, who suffer from albinism have lighter skin and hair due to an absence of pigment.

The condition is also associated with vision problems.

Albino people face discrimination and violence in many African countries, where superstition says that their body parts possess magical powers.

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has counted 600 attacks on people with albinism since 2006 in 28 countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

Man Intoxicated With Hard Drug Cut His Brother’s Neck And Later Killed Himself-Photo

A man seriously injured his own brother during a bloody fight in a village in Sumaila Local Government Area of ​​Kano state in a village in Magami, Sansani.

According to reports, the brothers who were intoxicated by hard drugs engaged in a fight – with one of them hacking the other’s neck with a machete.

Report has it that the man who cut his brother’s neck – also killed himself before the arrival of police authorities while the wounded was rushed to the hospital for treatment.

I Can Cure Cancer-Man Claims

A GWANDA man claims his ancestors told him to heal cancer or else die a slow painful death from the ailment.

Stanley Ndlovu (66) has since become the toast of Simbumbumbu Village in Gwanda where it is alleged he heals anything cancerous provided medical doctors don’t “temper” with it before he has a look at the case.

“My uncle had been visiting me in my dreams telling me ways of healing cancer. I ignored his teachings until he threatened to inflict me with cancer. That statement scared me and I went to the nearby (village) forest looking for specific trees I was told to look for. Their roots are mixed to create the cure,” he said.

He can only cure the cancer if doctors don’t treat it because they, “disturb the process”.
Ndlovu referred B-Metro to people who confirmed that he really helped them.

“I had cancer on my right leg and I had to resign from a restaurant that I was working at because of my condition. I was not able to walk anymore and the doctors confirmed that I had cancer. When I went home in Gwanda I heard about Stanley and I decided to go for healing.

“When he gave me his traditional medicine it didn’t take many days, the swelling on my leg got better and my leg got back to normal and all the pain was no more. When I checked with the doctors they said I no longer had cancer, that it had disappeared. I could not believe it but I’m grateful because now I’m back to work and all is normal again,” said Sifiso Madlela.

However, Mpilo General Hospital Director Solwayo Ngwenya advised the public to consult official doctors.

“We as medical practitioners don’t advise people who have cancer to rely on traditional methods. Simply go to the hospital as early as you discover your cancer, because if it’s still at an early stage it then becomes easier to operate, or perform radiotherapy which will cure it,” he said.

He added that if one then goes to the hospital after consulting traditional healers it could be late.

“If you first run to traditional methods and at a later stage decide to come to the hospital while the cancer has spread, then that will be too late as the cancer will not be curable,” he said.

Interestingly, Ndlovu claimed that doctors at Simbumbumbu Clinic refer patients to him. This was not independently verified because the clinic’s phones were not being answered by time of going to press.

He is also a certified traditional healer by the Zimbabwe Traditional Healers Association (Zinatha).

Lady Dumps Boyfriend After Discovering His Porsche Car Was China Made

Just recently, a young lady met a guy at a social gathering and it was love at first sight – after she saw his Porsche Cayenne. Within two weeks, the lady had reportedly slept with the guy. However, it was later discovered that the Porsche Cayenne is not actually a genuine Porsche, but a knock-off version.

According to ET Today, the lady was attracted by the guy’s personality and his luxurious sports utility vehicle (SUV). The latest market price of a Porsche Cayenne could cost anywhere between $61,000 and $80,000, depending on the specs. Despite owning such an expensive car, the guy seemed down-to-earth and humble.

He wore shirts purchased from Taobao, which cost about 100 Yuan that's about 5700 naira and he only visited regular food stalls when they were on dates, the lady said. “In my opinion, it’s rare to see a rich guy who is so humble like him. I started to develop feelings for him,” she said.

Their relationship soon bloomed and within two weeks, the lady had slept with the guy for 17 times! Everything was going well for the couple and she would always update her friends with pictures. Not sure if she’s trying to show off or what… One day, she sent pictures of her boyfriend’s Porsche Cayenne to her friends in their group chat and was shockingly told that the car wasn’t a Porsche Cayenne.

In fact, it was apparently a China-made car that has a remarkably similar resemblance to the luxury German SUV. “My friend’s boyfriend used to own a Cayenne, and he said this isn’t a Porsche,” the lady said.

Here’s her boyfriend’s ‘Porsche Cayenne’…

Startled by this new-found fact, she couldn’t digest it and even argued that there were Porsche logos all over the car. Her friend then enlightened her, explaining that those logos can actually be bought on Taobao, and that her boyfriend’s car is actually a Zotye SR9, which costs between 100,000 Yuan and 150,000 Yuan (5.7million -8.5million naira)
Clearly the lady didn’t pay attention to the letters on the logos either, because it was written ‘Zhongtai’, instead of ‘Porsche’ on them.

Suspect Reveals Shocking Reason Why He Hacked Pupols To Death

A suspected mentally ill man, Lekan Adebisi, who hacked two pupils to death, has declared that he is ready to face the consequences of his action.

The horror attack occurred on Monday at St. John’s Anglican Primary School, Agodo, Ogun Waterside Local Government Area, Ogun State.

Mr. Adebisi stormed the school with a machete and hacked two pupils, Mubarak Kalesowo, and Sunday Obituyi, to death.

He was later arrested by police on Wednesday following a manhunt by police backed by youth and hunters.

The suspect told journalists on Thursday that he took the action because he was frustrated in life.

He was interviewed at the Eleweran Police Headquarters in Abeokuta, Ogun State Capital.

The suspect, who was incoherent in his speech, also attributed his act to “hunger”. He said he had no food for two weeks and nobody was ready to help him.

“I did not eat for two weeks and I went out to beg for money. Nobody gave me money. When I had money, I took care of family members, friends and even outsiders. It was due to frustration,” he said.

“When hunger gripped me and it became unbearable, I then thought about my life and I concluded and asked myself; what type of life am I living? It was a bad life, then I went and took cutlass and I was prepared to face the consequence.”

The police commissioner, Ahmed Iliyasu, who paraded the suspect, said he would soon be charged to court.

3 To Die By Hanging For Arm Robbery In Abeokuta

An Abeokuta High Court on Thursday sentenced three men to death by hanging for armed robbery, conspiracy and rape while the fourth accused, Oguntolu Oludare got 10 years imprisonment for receiving stolen goods.
Justice Olatokunbo Majekodumi sentenced Abdulrasak Moshood, Sakiru Osunmuyiwa and Azeez Olonade.
Delivering judgment, Justice Majekodumi said the court was convinced beyond reasonable doubt the accused committed the offences.
“Having found that the accused persons are guilty as charged, the first, second and third accused shall be hung by the neck until they are dead. May the Lord have mercy on you.
“The fourth accused person, Oguntolu Oludare, is sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for conspiracy and receiving stolen goods,” Majekodumi said.
Moshood , Osunmuyiwa and Olonade were charged for robbing one Mr and Mrs Kehinde Martins-Thomas.
The convicts also charged with raping the couple’s daughter.
The convicts, according to the prosecution, committed the offences on Feb.5, 2012 at about 1  a.m at plot 8-10 Martins-Thomas Crescent, GRA Extension, Ojere in Abeokuta at a gun point with other offensive weapons.
The prosecution said the convicts gained access into the house of Martins-Thomas through the window by cutting the burglary proof.
The prosecution said the convict tied Martins-Thomas, his wife up and hit Martins-Thomas with the boot of a gun before shoving him into a bathroom.
The prosecution said the convicts ransacked the house and stole N160,000, a laptop, DVD player, Camcorder, mobile phones, wedding ring, and other valuables.
The court was told that the convicts were later apprehended by the police, adding that during police investigation the stolen items were found in Moshood’s home.
The prosecution said the offences contravened Section 5 of the Robbery and Firearms (Special Provisions) Act, Cap ll, Law of the Federation of Nigeria 2004.
The prosecution said the offences contravened Section 357 and 358 of the Criminal Code, laws of Ogun 2006.
The convicts, who had been standing trial since 2012, had pleaded not guilty to the charges.

My Wife Slaps Me At Will, Brings Different Men Home To Sleep With Her-Man Tells Court

A customary court in Ikorodu Lagos today ended a 30 year old marriage over alleged promiscuity.

The court ended the union after the petitioner, Mr Gbeminiyi Adeyiga, 88, insisted that he would no longer condone the infidelity of his wife, named Sekinat.

Adeyiga pleaded with the court to dissolve the marriage forthwith, citing his wife’s unbridled promiscuity, lack of care and battery.

The President of the court, Mrs Funmi Adeola, subsequently, declared that they would no longer be husband and wife as the marriage had broken down irretrievably.

“Henceforth, you are no longer to be called husband and wife as investigation revealed that the wife truly commits the offence alleged against her.

“Having tried to settle the differences amicably, there were reports from petitioner that the respondent refuses to heed to series of advice.

“You are hereby ordered to go your separate ways and the custody of the three children should be determined by each one of them as they are above 18 years of age.

“However, the children must be jointly groomed toward a better life as your separation should not affect their upbringing,” she ruled.

Adeyiga, who reside at No. 3, Adeyiga St., off Munirat Aleje Str., in Ikorodu had told the court that his wife was sleeping with different men.

“My wife does not take care of me any longer; she does not give me good food and different men come to sleep with her in our home.

“She frustrates me, slaps me and she also wants to kill me. I don’t want to die now, please separate us,’’ he pleaded.

However, the 55-year-old Sekinat, a trader, denied the allegations made by her husband.

She said that she still loved her husband and would want the marriage to continue.

“I beg the court to settle us. He has never caught me with a man. He always suspected every move to the extent that he smells my pants whenever I go out and come back.

“I want this court to settle this matter. I am not ready for divorce.’’

However, a correspondent of the Newsmen at the court reports that the plea was too little too late as the court went ahead and terminated the relationship.

Patoranking Launches Own Record Label

The singer, real name Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie, announced the new imprint in an Instagram post on Wednesday.

Noting that helping people has always been his “number one goal,” Patoranking also unveiled Grey C, a Nigerian singer, and Walid, a Tanzanian artiste, as his first signees.

Patoranking wrote: “Really happy to finally announce Amari Musiq. Helping others has always been my number one goal and I couldn’t be more happier to extend the support I’ve had to @officialgreyc and @walidiy.

“Love to everyone who has supported the journey so far. Get out of your comfort zone today and make that thing happen. Here’s to more music and new talent.”

Tap Water Much Safer Than Bottled Water

Bottled water contaminated with plastic particles, a new research finds.
We are drinking plastic particles! That is the shocking conclusion of the research of the world’s leading brands of bottled water in nine countries.
The research found that the bottles are contaminated with tiny plastic particles that are likely seeping in during the packaging process.
Even more shocking was the recommendation of the researchers: tap water is much safer than bottled water. “Tap water, by and large, is much safer than bottled water,” said Sherri Mason, a micro-plastic researcher at State University of New York and leader of the team.
“Widespread contamination” with plastic was found in the study, according to a summary released by Orb Media, a US-based non-profit media collective.
Water from Tap water safer, say researchers
Researchers tested 250 bottles of water in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Lebanon, Mexico, Thailand, and the United States.
Plastic was identified in 93 percent of the samples, which included major name brands such as Aqua, Aquafina, Dasani, Evian, Nestle Pure Life and San Pellegrino. Some of the brands are also available in Nigeria.
The plastic debris included polypropylene, nylon, and polyethylene terephthalate (PET), which is used to make bottle caps.
“In this study, 65 percent of the particles we found were actually fragments and not fibers,” Mason told AFP.
“I think it is coming through the process of bottling the water. I think that most of the plastic that we are seeing is coming from the bottle itself, it is coming from the cap, it is coming from the industrial process of bottling the water.”
Particle concentration ranged from “zero to more than 10,000 likely plastic particles in a single bottle,” said the report.
On average, plastic particles in the 100 micron (0.10 millimeter) size range — considered “microplastics,” — were found at an average rate of 10.4 plastic particles per litre.
Even smaller particles were more common — averaging about 325 per litre.
Other brands that were found to contain plastic contaminated included Bisleri, Epura, Gerolsteiner, Minalba and Wahaha.
Experts cautioned that the extent of the risk to human health posed by such contamination remains unclear.
“There are connections to increases in certain kinds of cancer to lower sperm count to increases in conditions like ADHD and autism,” said Mason.
“We know that they are connected to these synthetic chemicals in the environment and we know that plastics are providing kind of a means to get those chemicals into our bodies.”
The three-month study used a technique developed by the University of East Anglia’s School of Chemistry to “see” microplastic particles by staining them using fluorescent Nile Red dye, which makes plastic fluorescent when irradiated with blue light.

Former Nigerian International Super Model Celebrates Her Birthday With Prison Inmates

Former Nigerian international super model turned entrepreneur, Aisha Bello became a year older over the weekend and decided to celebrate it with the downtrodden of the society.

The CEO and Creative Director of elegantebyaisha and Director of Star Models Africa, graced the Ikoyi prison to celebrate her special day with the inmates.

Aisha donated various items to the inmates and spend time with them as they engaged in merry-making with the delectable ex-queen of the international run-way.

On why she choose to celebrate this year's birthday in a charitable manner, Aisha explains "I thought some of us are privileged to be free from restrictions and it is only proper to remember those who are in confinement. I wanted them to know that there can be love out out there and even though they have challenges right now, they should never give up on love and goodness. If and when they eventually get their freedom back, they should keep a positive attitude towards life."

In her heydays as a model, Aisha was busy modeling for top international fashion brands at famous shows such as The New York Fashion Week, Mercedes Fashion Week and others,Aisha Bello owns one of the fastest ready to wear brand in Nigeria,and she launched her modeling agency which according to her is aimed at presenting Nigeria and Africa models to the International market.

I feel Bad Seeing Youths Behind Bars-Police PRO,Dolapo Badmus

The police PRO during a live discussion on Galaxy television maintained that the activities of youths in Nigeria cannot be underestimated especially in the national security of the country.

Dolapo furthered that the youths are vital tools in the development of the national security.

She urged youths to desist from criminal acts, stressing that there are other possible ways of making money in the country rather than engaging in various nefarious crimes that could short-change their destinies.

The CSP appealed to parents to give their children the best of parental care and training so as to ensure a crime-free nation.

She, however, maintained that the law would catch up with those who refuse to shun criminal activities, stressing that it breaks her heart seeing youths behind bars.

“The youths are the future and these youths must take their place in the society. But if we have these youths behind bars, it means we have the future behind bars and That is why I don’t feel good seeing youths behind bars,” she said.

While speaking on the alleged misconduct of some Nigerian police officers, Dolapo said that the management of the Nigerian police is up to the tax, and would discipline erring officers after proper and necessary investigations.

Police Rescues Stolen Children In Osun State With Suspects Arrested

The Osun State Police Command has rescued two additional stolen children from a suspected child-stealing gang already in its custody.
Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Olafimihan Adeoye, disclosed this on Wednesday while parading the suspects at the Command Headquarters in Osogbo.
He said the recovery of the two additional children was made possible through the earlier media reports of the arrest of the gang.
“Two weeks ago, the media widely reported the arrest of two men, a Reverend father and a woman, by the command, who kidnapped and later sold an 18-month-old baby boy they stole in Osogbo.
“This report prompted a couple from Ganmon area in Kwara, whose three and five-year-old daughters were stolen in Ilorin, to check with the Command to see if those arrested were the same people who stole their daughters.
“When the couple saw the suspects in our custody, it was discovered that it was the same gang that stole their daughters and further investigation launched by the Command led to the recovery of their children,” Mr Adeoye said.
In another development, the police also arrested four men in Ibadan for allegedly forging various certificates, especially academic certificates.
According to the Police Commissioner, the suspects were arrested after a graduate of the Osun State Polytechnic, Iree asked someone to help her collect her certificate from her school.
He noted that, “Instead of the person sent to collect the certificate from the school, he went to patronise the forgers who issued a forged certificate to her.
“When the certificate owner, however, took the certificate to her school to be verified, the school denied issuing it and this led to her reporting the matter to the police and the subsequent arrest of the forgers.”
Adeoye further highlighted the case of a 400-level student of the Osun State University, Olaniyan Joshua, who has been in the news and trending on social media for being missing after passing the night at the Ojodu Police Station in Lagos.
He said the boy is now in their custody, adding that he is hale and hearty was never missing in the first place, that he just decided on his own to go into hiding and incommunicado.
Parading the boy before reporters, the Police Commissioner said the boy, after informing one of his friends that he was going to pass the night at the Ojodu Police Station, decided to sleep somewhere else.
He said he later travelled to Ilorin (Kwara State) the next morning where he said he went to look for menial jobs, in order to raise money to pay his school fee which he had invested/squandered on the failed MMM ponzi scheme.
Adeoye said it is of note to state that the boy who is now in 400 level, paid his last school fee while in 200 level and was now looking for ways to raise money to pay his outstanding school fees, which prompted his decision to go to Ilorin.
He added that the police (which hitherto was being accused on social media of knowing something about the supposed missing boy), was forced to fish out the boy with the help of the DSS, as the case was becoming an embarrassment and denting the image of the force.
The police boss, therefore, warned people to use the social media reasonably, stating that the false accusations that the police knew something about the boy’s disappearance was very damaging.
He was, however, happy that the police had been exonerated as the said boy never went to Ojodu Police Station.

Reekado Banks Celebrates 9 Days Without Having Sex

Mavin records star, Reekado Banks is a typical example of a Yoruba demon who slays any piece of vagina made available to him from his vast number of female groupies.

Reekado wrote on twitter that he has not laid with a girl for the 9days, which is an unusual feat for one such as himself who must have ladies in abundance.

Chelsea Goal Keeper Reveals Why Messi Scored Two Goals Through His Leg

Chelsea goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois and defender Marcos Alonso have reacted to their 3- loss to Barcelona at Nou Camp on Wednesday. Chelsea crashed out of the Champions League losing 4-1 on aggregate after the first leg ended 1-1 at the Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea goalkeeper allowed Lionel Messi score two cheap goals through his legs and also give a superb assist to Dembele for another.

The Belgian keeper said having played against Messi on several occasions he (Messi) already knows his weak point.

He explained that putting the ball in between his legs was the weakest part of him because of his height.

Speaking after the match Courtois said, “I don’t think we deserve to be out but individual mistakes made the difference.

“I didn’t think Messi would shoot from there and I was a bit late to close my legs so that’s my mistake.

“We had chances, hit the crossbar, it was mostly our individual mistakes that cost us.

“I’ve played against him a lot of times and already conceded goals through my legs from him. “That’s maybe the weakest part of me because of my height. You have to be man and admit you make mistakes.”

Alonso on his own said, “I dunno, they have Messi (sic) and I think maybe they were the better team even though I think we showed we compete well in both teams. “If we concede these easy goals, it’s difficult against this team.

“We knew they have top players, we knew we could not give them one metre or they will score. I think we’re unlucky with the first two goals, we hit the post three times over both games. They were the better team but we were unlucky.”

Funke Akindele Arrested For Fighting In A Hotel

Nollywood actress Funke Akindele and her new bestie, Omoni Oboli recently landed in police net for fighting in a hotel in Ibeju Lekki Lagos.

The super stars playing lead roles in upcoming movie” Moms at war” are still busy on the production set.

The movie which features Eucharia Anunobi, Michelle Dede, Sharon Ooja, Abayomi Alvin, Yul Edochie and many others promises to excite movie watchers when it reaches the cinema in few weeks times.

We Won’t Rest Until Chibok,Dapchi School Girls Are Free

President Muhammadu Buhari has assured Nigerians that the Federal Government will not rest until all the Chibok and Dapchi schoolgirls in the Boko Haram custody are released and reunited with their families.
The President said this on Wednesday during a meeting with the Yobe State Governor, Mr Ibrahim Gaidam, as well as the parents of the missing Dapchi schoolgirls at the Government House in Damaturu, the state capital.
Also present at the meeting are traditional rulers, community leaders, and top government officials among other stakeholders in Yobe.
The Federal Government had confirmed that 110 students were unaccounted for after Boko Haram terrorists invaded the Government Girls Science Technical College (GGSTC), Dapchi, in February.
President Buhari, who paid a condolence visit to the state, sympathised with the families of those whose children were abducted by the insurgents.
On measures put in place to secure their release, he disclosed that he has ordered the service chiefs to brief him on daily basis on the progress made.
The President added that the Federal Government is partnering with some organisations for the safe return of the girls, recalling that more than 100 Chibok girls have so far been released.
He noted that security has improved at the mosques and churches attacked by the terrorists in most Northern states, following the degrading of the terrorists.
On his part, Governor Gaidam thanked the President for sharing their grief and described his presence in Yobe as a fatherly visit.
He assured him that the people of the state are behind him and that they would do all necessary to support the development of the country.
The governor noted that President Buhari has done well by embarking on the visit, having sent four separate delegations to Yobe.
According to him, the visit has given the state government and the people the confidence need that the abducted schoolgirl would return soon.
Governor Gaidam also thanked the international community for their concern and the security agencies for their unrelenting effort in the fight against the insurgency.
He informed the President that the military has restored personnel to Dapchi town while security personnel have been deployed in all schools in the state.

Some Group Of Vigilante Members Arrested For Stabbing And Abducting Man On His Way Back Home

Some vigilante members were arrested today in Igbokuta, Imota Development Area, Ikorodu, Lagos after allegedly attacking and stabbing one man on his way home. According to reports, the security operatives were launched the attack on the victim over land issue in the area.
It was gathered that the same group of vigilante members were arrested some months ago for kidnapping and were released by the police after an investigation.
Eyewitnesses reveal that the vigilantes who stabbed their victim this afternoon – also abducted him and took him away to an undisclosed location. They were accosted by other security operatives after releasing gunshots.

Angry Residents Go Rampage As Policeman Kill Okada Man

Angry residents in Naka town in Makurdi, Benue state went on rampage and set some areas on fire after the tragic death of a motorcyclist popularly known as Okada rider who was allegedly killed by the police.
According to an eyewitness report, trouble started after the police seized a motorbike from the Okada rider which made his colleagues (other motorcyclists) join to demand for its release.
In the course of the exchange between the Okada riders and the police, one of them was shot dead.
This made angry residents and Okada riders go on rampage to protest against the man’s death.

Court Sentences Mother Of Three To 12 Months Imprisonment For Stealing A Phone Worth N15,000

A Magistrate Court in Osun State sitting in Osogbo the state capital on Monday sentenced a 35-year-old woman, Nafisat Raji, to 12 months imprisonment for stealing a mobile phone valued at N15,000.
The convict who is a mother of three children was arraigned before Magistrate A. A Oloyade on a count charge bordering on stealing.
The prosecutor, Inspector Fagboyinbo Abiodun told the court that the convict committed the offence on March 10 at about 11:00 p.m. at Tinumola Estate in Osogbo.
He said the convict entered the shop of Rofisat Bolaji and stole the mobile phone.
The convict was mobbed by the angry resident around the area who later handed her over to the police.
Inspector Abiodun tendered the statement of the convict and the stolen phone as an exhibit before the court.
He added that the offence is contrary to and punishable under section 390 of the Criminal Code Cap 34 Volume 11 Laws of Osun State 2003.
The convict having no legal representation pleaded guilty to the one count charge and admitted to the facts.
She pleaded to the court for a pardon saying her last child is too young to be abandoned.
The prosecutor also informed the court that the convict has once been charged to court on the same offence.
The magistrate convicted her on the one count charge.
While delivering final judgment, she sentenced her to 12 calendar months imprisonment or pay an option of 10,000. She also ordered that the phone be returned to the complainant.

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American Super Star, Chris Brown Follows Orezi On Instagram

 Nigerian R&B singer Orezi who is still basking in the euphoria of his newly released hit, Whine For Daddy, featuring Tekno, just got a massive international recognition.

Just this afternoon, American R&B star, Chris Brown suddenly started following Orezi on Instagram.

We can't really tell what prompted the follow, if it was the uniqueness of Orezi's new song or the overall versatility of the singer that attracted Chris Brown.

One thing is certain, both artistes are amazing R&B stars and we look forward to what this August relationship portends for them.

Photo:Girl Caught With Phone In Her Pant During The Ongoing UTME Examination

According to Premiumtimes, officials of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) have arrested one miss Udoh Akpabio and her accomplice for alleged examination malpractice in the ongoing Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

Akpabio was caught with a phone concealed in her underwear, while the examination was on at Baptist Academy, Karu, FCT. Also caught was Andrew Etziuzala, said to be aiding Akpabio in the cheating process.

They were caught with the aid of CCTV which sends live transmission of activities going on within the examination halls.

While parading both suspects, FCT Commandant of the NSCDC, Patrick Ukpen, said Andrew introduced Akpabio into the chain of cheating during examinations.

The Commandant explained that while the examination was going on, Andrew, a student of Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa, was busy sending text messages of supposed answers to the questions she was expected to answer.

Akpabio, who said she applied to study Business Administration, added that she had sat for JAMB for more than four times and had been unable to secure admission. “My last score was 179,” she said.

Etziuala who was sending answers to her phone explained that the answers were generated by another member of the syndicate operating from a Business Centre in Jikwoyi.

He said the suspect at large, allegedly hacked into JAMB examination questions and generated answers which were forwarded to him (Etziuala), who in turn forward them to Akpabio in the examination hall.

Photo Of Armless Female Teacher Writing With Her Teeth Goes Viral

A hashtag on Twitter has led to the discovery of a female mathematics teacher, teaching her students by writing with her teeth because she is physically challenged.

She has no arms. Her name is Madam Enyonam, teaching math without her arms. It is reported that she is a teacher at R/C Addo-Agyiri School.

A hashtag which was started on Twitter, ‘#GhanaTrueHero’ sought to celebrate Ghanaians who were in one way or another, doing things for the greater good without considering the lengths they had to go to achieve their aim.

The photo, ever since it was posted, has won the hearts of many Ghanaians who were in awe and were amazed at the selflessness of the female teacher.

Youth Corp Member,Blessing Ifeoluwa Donates Wheel Chairs To Physically Challenged Students In Kebbi State

Bolarinwa Blessing Ifeoluwa, a serving youth corp(corper) has on the 13th of March, 2018 donated ten wheelchairs to physically challenged students of the Kebbi State School for Special Needs in Birnin Kebbi metropolis of Kebbi State where she is presently serving.

As part of her personal community development service, she has provided several enabling facilities to students of this school.

Hearing aids were provided for students with mild hearing loss. She also provided sticks for visually-impaired persons and crutches for the physically challenged persons.

Blessing, a graduate of special education from the University of Ibadan has a great passion for people with special needs. In her own words, she says: “I have a great burden for these kids, I can’t just leave them the way I met them”.

When asked what her future ambitions were, she had this to say: “I intend to further equip myself by pursuing a master’s degree.

I also wish to start up a school for people with special needs. I will also start up a foundation that’d cater for the needs of people with special needs.”

In attendance was the state coordinator of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Kebbi State, in person of Alh. Lawal Turawai, the head of Community Development Service (CDS) in person of Mr. Yusuf Olatunji,
the state program coordinator of International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), staff of NYSC Kebbi State, Staff of Kebbi State School for Special Needs amidst other dignitaries.

Alh. Turawai, the NYSC state coordinator was greatly impressed by the humanitarian services rendered by Bolarinwa Blessing Ifeoluwa.

He encouraged other corps members in the state to contribute their own quota to the state’s development and in turn the nation’s.

Two other corps members, Tomiloye ‘Seun and Zainab Jantullu also renovated bunks, the toilet, provided beds, mosquito nets, cleaning facilities, and planted trees in the host community.

The services of these corps members should remind other serving corps and Nigerians at large of the need to contribute to the country’s development in whatever capacity.

Why I Became A Shoemaker-Nigerian Graduate

Okikiola Fasanya, an up- and-coming shoemaker says that she is always willing to get her hands dirty so as to produce lovely and fanciful shoes for her clients.

“I tell my clients that I am ready to get my hands dirty to make their feet lovely.

“I go the extra-mile to satisfy my clients by paying more attention to the smallest details of shoe making,’’ Ms. Fasanya told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday.

NAN reports that Ms. Fasanya, an Ibadan–based university-graduate-turned shoemaker studied History Education at the Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo in Ondo State.

She said that she chose shoe-making because she wanted to promote the production and the wearing of local shoes and sandals by Africans, thus promoting the African culture.

“I felt the need to create job opportunities for people instead of being the one hunting for jobs.

“Also, the love my brothers have for locally-made shoes and slippers inspired me to start a business in this line.”

Ms. Fasanya added that she discovered that the major raw materials: animals’ hides and skins; were available locally and in large quantities.

According to her, most of what goes into the production of her products are local contents relevant to and available in the country.

She advised those searching for white–collar jobs to acquire skills in various vocations that would make them relevant to their communities.

She said that they would also become self reliant, self dependent and be employers of labour with time.

Ms. Fasanya who acquired the shoe-making skill as a youth corps member at Ibadan, Oyo State, said that her ultimate satisfaction in the job was to please her clients by the quality of her works.

She said that she was trained to build new shoes as well as repair worn-out ones.

“You can wear my footwear in the rain and it will not spoil because I dedicate all my time and attention into making just one and many more.”

She lauded her boss that taught her shoe making, adding that while she was undergoing training; her boss treated her like every other trainee.

This was despite being the only educated one among them, she said.

“My boss was strict. He would said then that he was not going to pamper me because he discovered that I had the zeal to learn.

“Being lenient with me then would have led to me losing focus.”

Ms. Fasanya told NAN that she also repairs worn-out shoes for her clients.

“I do repairs not always but for clients that are patient enough to wait till I have the time. Some repairs give me tough time.

“Repairing foreign-made shoes is like building a new pair of shoes for a client and such requires a detailed work,” she said.

Ms. Fasanya said that she was home with her male contemporaries despite that the sector is male-dominated.

She said that she had been getting referrals from her male shoemakers sometimes.
“I get motivated to do more so people can know that success is not by gender, but through hard work.

“Some of my male counterparts see me as a strong lady.

“They love my designs and applaud the fact that I go through the stress of building new shoes on my own rather than employ people,” she said.

Two Men Nabbed Trying To Sell A Head Of A Five Year Old Boy

The long arm of the law has finally caught up with two men who reportedly beheaded a little boy and tried to sell his head to a spiritualist.

The mother of the five-year-old boy who was beheaded at Sokoban in Kumasi area of Ghana has appealed to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and the Attorney General Department to punish the perpetrators in equal measure.

30-year-old Janet Salifu believes this is the only remedy that will lessen her pain and give her some respite.

Two suspects are currently in police custody for their involvement in the beheading of the five-year-old.

Relatives and neighbours sat close to Janet Salifu and with their hands supporting their jaws, they consoled and sympathized with a mother in deep pain after the head of her five-year-old son, Silas Kunsana was found in the possession of the suspects on Wednesday.

The suspects later led police to retrieve the torso in an uncompleted building.
Janet and her family live in a slum, behind the Asanteman Senior High School in Kumasi.

She moved to Kumasi with her husband from Nadowli in the Upper West Region to seek a better living.

Her plans to start a new life for herself and her family were devastated after news that her only male child, a twin, was beheaded.
In a shaky voice, she called for justice when she spoke to Citi News.

“The perpetrators should be killed the same way they killed my son. They used a knife to cut off his head and I want the same to be done to them. I am in grief and I have not even eaten for five days. If Government does not treat the perpetrators in the same manner, I will not be a happy mother. The situation might even lead to my death,” she lamented.

Janet called on the police service to expedite processes to release the beheaded body for burial.

She also appealed to the Member of Parliament (MP) for the Suame Constituency and Government to help her financially to lessen the burden on her.

Her first two daughters, who are also twins, are in Senior High School (SHS).

Saguster and Sagut Dakorah could not hold their grief either and also called for justice.

Family calls for support-
Head of the family, Doodah Babakparanaa also appealed for financial support from Government and other benevolent bodies for the burial of the five-year-old and for the necessary rites to be performed.

“Even if the body is released to us for burial, it is going to be difficult for us financially. So we are calling on Government to assist us”, he appealed.

Police investigate spiritualist

Police in the Ashanti region have begun questioning a spiritualist, Sheik Mohammed Maheey after he alerted police of the act, leading to the arrest of the suspects.

The suspects approached the spiritualist to buy the human head.

The spiritualist accepted to buy the head for GHc 2,500 and secretly alerted the police.

The Police proceeded to the residence of the spiritualist at Suame Zongo and arrested the suspects with the fresh head, which was concealed in a black polythene bag.

Ashanti Regional Police Commander, COP Ken Yeboah said is investigating the role of the spiritualist in the mater.

Silas was picked by the suspects at a game center in the area when he went to play.
Residents in the area want the game center to be closed down.