Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Fear has gripped commercial s3x workers in Bayelsa State after one of them allegedly stabbed a soldier attached to the Joint Task Force (JTF), Operation Pulo Shield to death for refusing to pay for a daybreak s3x romp.
The soldier whose name has been kept under wraps was reportedly stabbed twice in his stomach by his s3x partner from Edo State identified simply as Bini girl.
Stephen Keshi told FIFA.COM that he blamed their performance on lack of inspiration.
"We played very well in the first half. The forwards were very active and they had a couple of chances to score, though we couldn't put them away. We lost our shape in the second half," he said. "I felt we could have won the game but we were lacking a bit of inspiration on the pitch."
An Upper Area court in Zuba, FCT, on Wednesday sentenced two women – Binta Mamman, 35, and Safiya Aliyu, 19, both of Deidei, Abuja, to five months imprisonment for slapping a police man.
The women had also been charged with using abusive language and public nuisance.
Malam Aminu Sa’ad, the presiding judge, handed down the sentence after the women pleaded guilty to the three-count charge of criminal force and assault, use of abusive language and public nuisance.
Sa’ad ruled that on the first count of criminal force and assault, the convicts shall serve a jail term of one month each without an option of fine.
The Federal Government today Wednesday June 18th withdrew the corruption charges filed against Mohammed Abacha, son of former military Head of State, Gen. Sani Abacha, the News Agency of Nigeria reports.
Mohammed who played an important role during his late father's administration is believed to have helped the late dictator launder plenty of stolen funds. The FG had accused Mohammed Abacha of receiving stolen property worth N100.38 billion, lots of it kept in foreign countries.
The Federal government recently asked the US govt to return another $500 million recently frozen by the U.S. as part of funds stolen by the late dictator.
Late Nollywood icon Amaka Igwe, who died April 29th, was buried on Friday, June 13th in Ndiuche Arondizuogu in Imo State, her marital home.
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The Adamawa State House of Assembly has commenced impeachment proceedings against their state governor, Murtala Nyako, and his deputy, Bala Ngilari. The Assembly today Wednesday June 18th directed its clerk to serve the governor and his deputy an impeachment notice. Nyako has been having problems with the Assembly members since leaving the PDP to join the APC.
The SSS today Wednesday June 18 said the Boko Haram sect is planning to bomb Abuja with petrol tankers next few days. The Coordinator of the National Information Centre, Mike Omeri, made this known at a briefing in Abuja alongside the Deputy Director of the DSS, Marilyn Ogar
"The Nigerian Security services had received intelligence report to the effect that insurgents intends seizing petrol tankers and plant improvised devices in the tankers and drive them to crowded places in Abuja....
After the Nigeria vs. Iran World Cup match that ended in a scoreless draw, many fans of the Super Eagles were upset about the outcome of the game.
However, one man Sunday Usman, was so upset, that he allegedly attacked some viewers, including a Ghanaian for mocking the Nigerian team for their inability to score a goal, Usman was reportedly drunk when he attacked the fans on Monday night at a football viewing center in the Ilasan area of Lekki, Lagos.
Esohe was said to have poured petrol on her victim whose name was given as Peter Osayi, before setting him ablaze. The severe burns the victim suffered led to his death. It was reliably gathered from the Osayi family members that the deceased had a dispute with the suspect and she invited him for settlement. According to the family sources, it was during the settlement that the suspect allegedly poured petrol on her ex-lover and set him ablaze.
Abdulazeez Arisekola Alao is a notable Nigerian businessman and contractor who was the publisher of the now defunct Monitor Newspaper. He is considered a wealthy businessman who is known for his causes in support of Islam in Ibadan and his close ties to many of the city’s traditional and religious elites and to various other Yoruba Muslim leaders. He bears the title of Aare Musulumi of Yorubaland.
Boko Haram men tonite attacked a football viewing center in Damaturu, Yobe State during a live football match between Brazil and Mexico in the ongoing world cup in Brazil. The sect men reportedly hauled explosives at the viewing center, injuring several people. Injured people were rushed to nearby hospitals. Yobe state Police commissioner told AFP that they have deployed policemen to the scene and gives details on the incident later. Update: Seven people have been reported killed in the blast.
A passenger boat conveying ten passengers capsized in the afternoon of Monday June 16th in Lagos. According to passengers on the boat, that was maneuvering to Coconot Island from Tincan Island, waves from bigger boats passing around them during the time caused the boat to get rid of balance and capsize.
Despite all the passengers were wearing life jackets, someone drowned and his life jacket was spotted floating around. Other passengers were rescued. The human body of the missing person is yet to be recovered.