Monday, January 14, 2013

Pórn film plays for 10 minutes during live news broadcast (PHOTO)

Viewers of a Swedish news channel got more than they bargained for while watching a sober report on Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad, as a porn film played on a studio screen in the background.   The incident took place during a Monday broadcast on 24-hour Swedish news channelTV4 News as the presenter was interviewing the station’s Moscow correspondent.  

Police Found corpses of women in ritualists’ den

Police detectives in Asaba, the Delta State capital have uncovered a hideout/operational base of suspected ritualists with scores of unidentified corpses of women.
The police command spokesman, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Famous Ajieh, said the detectives acted on a tip-off to swoop on the suspects in their operational base in Okpanam village where four of them were arrested. The police, he said, found scores of mutilated and decomposed bodies of women.

US University Honours Obasanjo

An African Institute has been established by Valparaiso University in Indiana, United States in honour of Nigeria’s former leader, Olusegun Obasanjo.
The institute, which was inaugurated on Saturday, would serve as a cultural exchange centre between it and Nigeria in particular and Africa at large. It will also serve as an exchange and resource centre for professional studies of Nigerian/African commerce and culture among students, artists, writers, educators and politicians. Speaking at the ceremony, Obasanjo identified corruption, insecurity, and infrastructure decay as major problems confronting the Africa.

#SaveJude: Brain tumour patient Jude Ibezim Osemeke passes on

Such a sad day. Brain tumour patient, Ibezim Jude Osemeke has lost his battle with cancer. He died this morning in Jos where he had been recuperating after his surgery in India. He returned from India in November and had been doing well until a few weeks ago when he relapsed.

You all remember Jude, right? We raised money for him on LIB sometime last year. The guy music producer, Jude Okoye donated N1million to. If you missed it read about him HERE.
Can't believe he's gone. Rest in peace, dear Jude. So heartbreaking..

Enugu Govenor, Sullivan Chime, in UK hospital with heart disease

Sahara Reporters
Governor Sullivan Chime, who has been missing from Enugu State since September 2012 when he applied accumulated leave that ought to have lasted only one and a half months, is battling heart disease in London’s Cromwell Hospital, sources have told SaharaReporters.
Despite efforts to ferry him home to quell public restlessness in the State, the condition of the governor, whose medical sojourn started in India, has remained dire.
The prolonged absence of the Governor has left the state under the complete control of his Chief of Staff, Mrs. Ifeoma Nwobodo.  Deputy Governor Sunday Onyebuchi, who is a neophyte, is limited to monetary spending limit of not more than N500,000k at a time.

The 8 Most Nutrient-Dense Foods On Earth

You must have heard that processed foods provide little nutrition and a whole lot of risks. But when it comes to the good stuff — what are the best foods to put into our bodies? While experts all agree we need a variety of foods for a healthy diet, do you know which are the healthiest of the bunch? The answers may surprise and delight you.

Arepo: Bodies of vandals float on creeks

The bodies of four suspected vandals were found at the scene of Saturday’s pipeline explosion at Arepo, Ogun State on Sunday. 
The bodies, which were found in the swamp around the explosion site, had little sign of burns.Even though the fire had reduced when our correspondents got to the scene on Sunday, emergency workers said the situation was still precarious as there was need to completely put out the fire.Spokesperson of the National Emergency Management Agency, Ibrahim Farinloye, said evacuation of the bodies would begin later on Sunday.

Parents finally admit giving teething baby heroin 4 years after his death (PICTURED)

It happened four years ago in New Jersey but the parents of a baby boy who died of heroin intoxication only recently admitted they rubbed the drug on his gums because he was teething.
People were shocked to hear that 11-month-old Baby JM’s exposure to the drug was not accidental. He died in 2008 and for nearly four years investigators searched for answers to find out how he ingested the drug.

Could Our Attitude Prevent Heart Disease?

The adage, “Don’t worry, be happy,” suddenly has a lot more weight behind it, thanks to the latest medical research. In the first-ever systematic review of happiness and heart health, researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston have found that a positive outlook on life can actually protect your heart from cardiovascular disease.


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