Thursday, January 9, 2014

Redeemer Uni. Student To Spend another Year For Missing Church Service

Redeemers University of Nigeria.
At RUN,they pay half a million every year for school fees.... a fee that most church members cannot even afford and some of the students who are there,their parents struggle to make sure their kids get the best of the four years they spend their,students in other Universities are rendered redundant because of the ASUU issue blah blah... RUN it is for the majority.

Info reaching me indicates that a female student amongst others is/are to be punished by being sent to rehab because she/they missed going to church on Sunday!

Banky W Denies Viral Oranges-Sucking Picture (SEE photo)

Artist Banky W has responded to the photograph of a man and woman feasting on a woman's breasts that has gone viral on the internet. The Jasi performer went on Twitter to clear his head,  claiming the person's head was fatter, and brows not arched. He did acknowledge there is a similarity between him and the supporter, and claimed it looked “like lots of fun
Check out the photograph after the break.........

Lagos Assembly to give ₦1.25million for information on tortured Ejigbo women

The Lagos State Assembly yesterday announced a N1.25million reward for anyone with useful informative data on the dastard act perpetuated on two women by some men in Ejigbo in 2013.

During a stakeholders meeting on this problem held at Alausa Secretariat yesterday, Mr Ajibola Adeyeye who's the Chairman Ad hoc committee create by the Assembly to investigate the incident announced the reward token.
"Anybody that gives information that leads to the arrest of the perpetrators of the heinous act shall be given N1 million. And I will add the sum of 250,000 from my private account to increase the sum to N1.25million" He said.
No leads have been made since the video surfaced on the internet a few months back. Lawmakers have commenced hearing on the case.

$50billion saga: Sanusi defies Jonathan’s order to resign, says only Senate can remove him

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, has told President Goodluck Jonathan that he would not resign on the ground that he allegedly leaked his letter on the unremitted $49.8 billion oil revenue to the Federation Account, THISDAY has reported.
The presidency is accusing Sanusi of leaking the memo he wrote to Mr. Jonathan to former President, Olusegun Obasanjo.


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