Tuesday, January 29, 2013

71-Year-Old Woman Arrested For Prostitution (Photos)

Authorities arrested an elderly woman on prostitution charges following a raid at a Glastonbury hotel.
According to agent James Kennedy of the Glastonbury Police Department, authorities were tipped off to 71-year-old Sygun Liebhart's alleged prostitution activities by an advertisement in the classified section of Backpage.com.
Liebhart, according to police, promoted herself in the escort section of the website under the name "Lola." The ad is now defunct, however a cached version of an ad for a "Lola" who was working in that area at the time reads:

Guys: 5 Ways To Know You Are Not Her MAIN Boyfriend

The following 5 signs are all giveaways that you’ve fallen into the “backup guy” trap. With a quick perusal of the list below, you should be in a good position to decipher when to continue your pursuit and when to walk away with your dignity intact.

1. She rarely return your calls

If a girl is attracted to you, she should be calling you at least once for every three times you call her. However, if you don’t hear from her for weeks or months at a time, and all of a sudden she wants to hang out, take it as she’s just bored or is between boyfriends and there’s no one else to call.

2. She regularly cancels at the last minute

It is certainly fair to cancel plans occasionally for a legitimate reason, but if she flakes on you consistently and doesn’t try to be flexible with her schedule to free up time for you, it shows that she holds little respect for you at and that she doesn't want to commit in case something better comes up.


Nigeria has so far committed about $34million (about N7billion) towards the deployment of troops and logistics support to the Malian Crisis with an additional pledge of $5millionin further assistance.

President Goodluck Jonathan, who made this disclosure at the Donors’ Conference organized at the end of the 20th Ordinary Session of the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Tuesday, also revealed that 900 combat soldiers and 300 Air Force personnel are already on ground in Mali as part of the African-led International Support Mission in Mali (AFISMA).

Photo: Drunk Nakéd Woman Hits Fiancee With Car

An unclad, inebriated woman was arrested in Phelan, Cal. on Thursday after allegedly driving into her also unclad fiance, the Daily Press reported.
The unidentified 22-year-old woman struck Alberto Giovanni Bravo, 30, with a 2008 Honda Civic after Bravo got out of the car and walked in front of it, the California Highway Patrol told KTLA News. Bravo landed on the car’s hood.
The woman then applied her brakes, but lost control of the car and crashed into a fence, hitting two trees before coming to a stop, officials say. Bravo flew off the hood to the ground. He was airlifted to Antelope Valley Hospital in critical condition, KTLA News reported.

Okorocha, Obi Clash Over Sitting Arrangement Again

If not for the quick intervention of the Archbishop of Owerri Ecclesiastical Province, Most Rev. Anthony Obinna, the aides of Governors Peter Obi of Anambra State and Chief Rochas Okorocha of Imo State would have clashed over sitting arrangements on Sunday. The incident took place during the dedication of Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph Catholic Church built by Chairman of Zinox Computers, Chief Leo Stan Ekeh, in Amauburu IIsi-Ubomiri, Mbaitoli Local Government Area in Imo State.

Judge Refuses To Punish Child Rapist

Human rights laws in some countries are being used to protect evil criminals like child rapists.

A Sudanese asylum seeker who raped a 12 year old girl has been allowed to stay in Britain after a judge ruled it would violate his human rights to deport him.

Sani Adil Ali was jailed for raping the girl just months after he was given refugee status.

When he was sentenced, another judge described him as "a potential danger to young girls” and put him on the sex offenders registry for the rest of his life.

8 Things Women Don't Want To Hear In Bed

While it’s easy to say all the right things in the bedroom, there are also some utterances that will bring the action to a serious halt 
make a woman put her pants back on--fast. Whether it’s a first-time hookup or long-term relationship,here are just 8 things to never, ever, ever say to a woman in bed.

1. “Who’s your daddy?”
When a woman is getting it on with you,  it's a total turnoff to hear a creepy cliché that instantly makes her think of her dear old dad.

UTME: Over 1 Million Candidates Have Registered -Ojerinde

Registrar of the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Dibu Ojerinde, has disclosed that over one million candidates have registered for the 2013 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), with about half that number expected to further register.Ojerinde made this known on Saturday, at a press conference in Lagos, while outlining the achievements of the board, especially the e-testing method that will debut this year.
According to Ojerinde, JAMB had secured 77 centres where the Computer-Based Testing (CBT) would be held. Accoring to him, the CBT was not compulsory, as every candidate would have the opportunity to choose either the paper-pencil testing (PPT) or the dual-based testing (DBT), where candidates would read the question on the computer and answer on the paper with pencil.

Emir Of Kano Attack: Kano Govt Donates Three-Bedroom Flats, N1m To Families Of Slain Aides

Although no amount of  money can bring back the dead, it can at least help to offset some burden occassioned by the loss of a loved one. Perhaps that was what the Kano State Governor, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso had in mind when he donated a three-bedroom flat and N1 million each to the families of three members of staff of the Kano Emirate who lost their lives protecting the Emir of Kano, Alhaji Ado Bayero, when gunmen attacked his convoy one week ago.

Nigeria Deploys 300 Airforce Personnel In Mali

Nigeria’s role in Mali is beyond deploying ground troops from the Nigerian Army to help the West African country in its fight against rebels as the Chief of Air Staff, AM Alex Badeh, has said that 300 airforce personnel have also been deployed.
The Air Chief spoke to newsmen during the passing out parade and commissioning ceremony of the Direct Short Service Course 21/2012 Cadets of the 325 Ground Training Group at NAF Base in Kaduna at the weekend.

MEND’s Jomo Gbomo Dismisses Alleged Threat Letter… To Issue Formal Statement On Okah, Others Trial S

In apparent reaction to the threat letter purportedly signed by one  Comrade Azizi on behalf of Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta, Jomo Gbomo, who is recognized in media circles as the spokesman for MEND, has dismissed Comrade Azazi as an impostor and disassociated his group from the statements allegedly credited to it.
See his response below:
Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta wishes to advise  Nigerians and the media to disregard the pathetic attempt at propaganda by a  so-called Comrade Azizi and his statements which are not authentic and  statements emanating from  MEND.

300 People Arrested By NRC For Attempted Suicide

300 people have been arrested by the Nigeria Railway Corporation, NRC, in a bid to step up efforts to combat activities of hooligans on its trains. The Assistant Director, Public Relations, NRC, Mr. David Ndanusa Ndakotsu made this known on in response to enquiries from  Vanguard last week.
The NRC official in reaction to the problem of overcrowding on the trains in Lagos where some passengers hang and some sit on the roof, described the act as hooliganism and said the authority has been arresting and prosecuting those involved.

Amnesty Programme: Nigeria Saved N33bn Daily – Kuku

The Presidential Adviser on Niger Delta, Mr. Kingsley Kuku, has disclosed that the amnesty programme for Niger Delta militants recouped an average of N33 billion into the nation’s coffers, leading to unprecedented successes in infrastructure development. In a briefing weekend, Mr. Kuku said the recouped earnings helped the administration to achieve notable feats in critical sectors such as the Aviation and Railway sub-sectors respectively.
He said: “From a production level of a paltry 700,000 barrels of crude oil per day as at January 2009, the relative peace that now prevails in the Niger Delta has aided the remarkable growth of Nigeria’s oil production to between 2.6 and 2.7 million barrels per day as at today”.

Jonathan Is A War-Time President… He Should Be Appreciated – Aide

President Goodluck Jonathan has been descried as a war-time president who is facing security challenges as a result of the “ineptitude and tardiness” of his predecessors. The Special Adviser to the President on the Niger Delta, Kingsley Kuku, said this at a media briefing, in Lagos on Saturday.
Kuku lamented the inability of Nigerians to fully grasp the enormous challenges inherited by the present administration and the efforts made at addressing them.

University Final Year Student, 5 Others Arrested For Kidnapping In Ogun

The Ogun State Vigilance Service, Sunday,  said it had arrested six suspected kidnappers including  a final year student  of Olabisi Onabanjo University, OOU, Ago-Iwoye,  (name withheld) who demanded a sum of N25million ransom from their victim’s family.
Speaking to newsmen in Abeokuta, the Public Relations Officer of the Service, Soji Ganzallo said that the suspects had on Thursday trailed one Aremu Peters from his office located at number 86 Ibadan road,Ijebu-Ode, at about 7.00p.m. and subsequently kidnapped him.

Barbaric: North Korean Man Executed After Eating His Children To Survive

A starving man in North Korea has been executed after murdering his two children for food, reports from inside the secretive state claim.A ‘hidden famine’ in the farming provinces of North and South Hwanghae is believed to have killed up to 10,000 people and there are fears that incidents of cannibalism have risen.
The grim story is just one to emerge as residents battle starvation after a drought hit farms and shortages were compounded by party officials confiscating food. Undercover reporters from Asia Press told the Sunday Times that one man dug up his grandchild’s corpse and ate it. Another, boiled his own child for food.

Boko Haram commander declares ceasefire

The second commander of Boko Haram, Sheik Abu Mohammed Ibn Abdulazeez, sent a statement to journalists in Maiduguri yesterday Monday January 28th, saying their group has agreed to a ceasefire after talks with the Borno government.

Ibn Abdulazeez said he had "the consent and approval of our leader Abubakar Shekau and I call on all members to stop hostilities".

The commander said their group was serious about the ceasefire, and security agencies are free to arrest any of their members that violates it once the ceasefire has been fine tuned.
“We are going to comply with the cease- fire order and by the time we are done with that, then government security agencies can go ahead to arrest whoever they find carrying arms or killing under our name,”  he said.

France Bans Twitter Term ‘Hashtag’

The French government has included the Twitter term ‘hashtag’ in a list of words to be avoided in order to protect the national language.
The Académie Française is responsible for maintaining standards of French and has identified the English social networking term as a word that undermines linguistic purity, The Mirror reports.

Women Lagging Behind In Internet Use, Research Reveals

Women and the Web; a new study carried out by Intel Corporation and Dalberg Global Development Advisors reveals that women and girls are far behind in Internet access.
With over 40 Million Nigerians on the Internet, there are yet no statistics on how many of them are women or girls, but experts say there is a serious gender inequality in Internet access, not only globally, but also in developing countries such as Nigeria.

Lifeless Body Of Man Found Hanging From Mango Tree

Mando Afaka area of  Kaduna State was Monday morning thrown into a gloomy state when the lifeless body of a middle-aged man was found dangling from a mango tree. The victim whose name could not be ascertained as at the time of filing this report, is suspected to have hanged himself. However, men of the Kaduna state police command have retreived the body and taken it to a hospital for further examination. The victim’s mobile phone was also retrieved from his pocket while efforts were made to establish contact with his relations. More details later.

Masquerade Arrested By Police In Abeokuta For Murder

The ancient city of Abeokuta was thrown into pandemonium on Monday after a masquerade allegedly shot dead an Islamic cleric identified as Lateef Sabiu during Egungun festival.
The attack on the Islamic cleric led to a reprisal attack as Islamic youths allegedly razed down a building belonging to traditional worshippers in protest against the murder of one of their members.
The 22-year Islamic Cleric was allegedly shot dead Sunday evening while he was on a motorcycle during a ‘stop and search’ in Ijaye area of the city.

Assassins Attach Rapper Rick Ross

Early Monday morning, Rick Ross' silver 2011 Rolls-Royce was the apparent target of a drive-by shooting in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, according to multiple reports.
Shots were fired at the artist's Rolls-Royce, causing the driver of the Ross' vehicle to make a turn and crash into an apartment complex, the Sun-Sentinel reported. "An unknown vehicle shot a couple of rounds," a police spokesman told the newspaper. "The [Rolls Royce] was not struck."

NBC Denies Banning Music Videos After P'Square Lashes Out

The Nigerian Broadcast Commission, NBC, and National Films and Video Censors Board, NFVCB, on Monday denied banning the broadcast of some musical videos by Nigerian artistes.
Mrs Maimuna Jimada, the Acting Public Relations Officer of the Commission, disclosed in Abuja that the commission was not aware of the ban.
According to her, NBC was not in charge of banning musical videos. “NBC has not banned any videos as we are not in-charge of placing a ban on music videos.”


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