Friday, July 5, 2013

Fake ‘Youth Corper’ To Serve In Prison

A suspected fake National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, member, Opeyemi Ajala, 34, has been remanded in prison custody after he was arrested by law enforcement at Dolphin Division, Ikoyi, Lagos, southwest Nigeria, and charged to court.

He allegedly told law enforcement he was contracted by Olotu Osayowanon now at large to greatly help him serve the main one year compulsory scheme  having an agreement he would be paying him N19,000 monthly.

Trouble started for Opeyemi, a resident of 25, Jebba Street, Ebute Meta, Lagos on 27 June, 2013 when he visited the Ikoyi/Obalende LCDA, Ikoyi, Lagos to register for the main one year NYSC compulsory scheme as a graduate.

Just In: Nollywood Actor, Tony Umole Dies

The Nigerian movie industry has yet again been thrown into mourning with the death of Tony Umole. The actor who is popular as “Daddy”, a character he interpreted well in One Love, a TV serial drama.  His demise was confirmed by Taju Adepetu, the Executive Producer of One Love.

Umole acted in Abuja Connection back in 2003 with the likes of Eucharia Anumobi and Enebeli Elebuwa. He has since featured in many movies after that. He was also known to be a great script writer

Video: Bush and Cheney knew about 9/11 months before it happened

Susan Lindauer was arrested under the Patriot Act after she tried to come forward and testify before the Congress about 9/11. The government’s answer to her offer to tell the truth was to send the FBI to her house to arrest her. 
Watch Video After The Break

Ewar CEO, Adenike Ogungbe to be buried tomorrow by 12pm at Idedo

Popular Lagos based make-up artist, Adenike Ogungbe, who died on Wednesday July 3rd will be buried tomorrow Saturday 6th July. Church service is by 12pm at Idedo Methodist Church, Ago Iwoye, Ijebu, Ogun State. Anyone interested in going can join a bus waiting at 'On the Run Mobil filling station at Aausa Ikeja by 7am tomorrow.   Service of songs: Thursday 11th July by 3pm at the football field, Military Hospital, Yaba. Come with candles.

A Man Experiences The Pain Of Childbirth

Henry McKean, Ireland, has just returned from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where last week he ‘gave birth’ to Baby David after a labour that lasted over two hours.
He says the machine was invented by the Russians, possibly so they could “basically electrocute their weightlifters to help them feel and withstand pain”. “Then the Americans took it over and used it in physio to help athletes recover from injury,” says McKean.
McKean, who works for Newstalk as Sean Moncrieff’s roaming reporter, says the road to Amsterdam was a long one. Having come across a clip of “the Dutch equivalent of Ant and Dec” giving birth last year, McKean’s producer suggested he might make a perfect candidate. Reluctantly, he accepted.

Court Grants N250Million Bail To Alleged Cop Killer Of Subsidy Protester

A Lagos High Court has granted bail to a Divisional Police Officer, Segun Fabunmi, who was dismissed over the shooting of Adedamola Daramola, during the January 2012 fuel subsidy protests in Lagos.
The trial judge admitted bail to Mr. Fabunmi in the sum of N250 million with two sureties who each must have landed property in Lagos worth N100 million.  Although the law says that bail should not be granted in capital offences, such as murder, bail is still at the discretion of the Judge, so the presiding Judge, Justice Olabisi Akinlade, granted the dismissed police officer bail based on his health and his performance when he was in the police force.
Delivering her judgement, Justice Akinlade stated that the defendant was granted bail on the grounds that he has renal failure and would need special medical attention which the prison service cannot afford.  She acknowledged that the medical report issued by the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital on his state of health was sufficient proof.

Shocker - Nigerian Police Retrieve 20 human skulls at a dumpsite in Aba ( Photo)

A dumpsite has been discovered near Aba, Abia State, where over 20 human skulls and decomposing bodies, including those of school children were found. The site, which was a horror to behold was located, at about kilometre 15 on the Aba/Azumini Highway at an area called “No man’s land” after Akpaa village in Obingwa Local Government of the state. The discovery followed the arrest of four policemen attached to the Federal Highway Patrol unit of the Nigeria Police, Aba Section, who allegedly killed a 26-year-old man in Aba. The policemen led by their officer-in-charge, Hyginus Omeze, who were ordered to be detained by the Area Commander for Aba, Rabiu Dayi were alleged to have murdered one Onyekachi Chukwu, 26 and dumped his body at the site.

 Daily Sun gathered that on Sunday June 23 Onyekachi, who hailed from Ahaba Imenyi in Isuikwuato Local Government and lived at No. 47 Ukaegbu Road, went out with his friends to drink in a hotel located on Ekenna Avenue. After spending the day, Onyekachi was said to have decided to pass the night in the house of one of his friends residing also in Ogbor hill. According to a source, as he made to knock at the gate, the policemen came from nowhere and after beating him, got him arrested.

Mugabe Dares Obama: " I hereby ask Obama to be my gay partner" - Robert Mugabe

Obama visited Zimbabwe and urge the president( Robert Mugabe) To pass Gay marriage into law and should be accepted by Zimbabwians, after his speech.,The president responded back to him saying
“MY people you have heard what the  american president said.,and every leader should lead by example…i hereby ask OBAMA to be my Gay partner..
OBAMA shouted at the back “UR FATHER !!!


Boko Haram has raised our security demands – Sambo Dasuki (NSA)

The National Security Adviser, Mr. Mohammed Sambo Dasuki, has said that terrorism and other security challenges in the country have forced the military to embark on joint operation with other para-military outfits in 28 states.

He pleaded with Nigerians to accept military presence in the society which is becoming a routine pattern.  He, however, admitted that military intervention in internal security is affecting its professionalism.  He said terrorism has raised the flag of security demands to levels higher than the nation had witnessed since the civil war

Dasuki, who opened up at a session on National Civil-Military Dialogue in Ajuji Hotel, Abuja, urged Nigerians to assist the military to provide information which could assist in the fight against insurgents, terrorists and all other forms of criminality


Kidney Disease Is Expensive, Avoid It...Urinate After $-éx etc - Physician

It is gradually becoming norm these days to have programmes interrupted for a few minutes, for purposes of funds’ solicitation.
Nigerians are now familiar with gaunt figures lying critically sick on the bed and plugged to dialysis machine begging for donations from government and kind-hearted members of public.
The solicited funds usually run into millions of naira to cover the cost of temporary dialysis in Nigeria and subsequent organ transplantation overseas. The latest of such is the music producer, OJB Jezreel, who says he needs about N16m to treat his kidney disease.
Physicians say when it comes to size, the kidneys are small. However, as Kidney Specialist, Dr. Mumeen Amisu opines, “The kidneys may be small, but they perform many vital functions that help maintain your overall health, including filtering waste and excess fluids from your blood.”


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