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Monday, February 18, 2013

Man on trial for Cutting Off The Head Of A British woman

The trial is beginning in Spain of a man accused of murdering and beheading a British grandmother in a supermarket on the holiday island of Tenerife. Jennifer Mills-Westley, 60, was killed in the resort of Los Cristianos in the Canary Islands on 13 May 2011. 
 Bulgarian man Deyan Deyanov, 29, is charged with her murder and will stand trial before a jury at the provincial court in Santa Cruz de Tenerife starting on Monday. Prosecutors are expected to ask for a sentence of 20 years in a mental asylum because he has chronic paranoid schizophrenia.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

EFCC Arraigns Two For Land Scam

The Economic and Financial crimes Commission, EFCC,  Thursday arraigned the duo of Lawal Jubrin Bomo and Ted Lawali before Justice Olasumbo Olarenwaju Goodluck of the Federal Capital Territory High Court, Zuba, on a three count charge of criminal conspiracy and forgery.

When the charge was read, the accused persons pleaded not guilty, prompting their lawyers, Eniola Ayenuberu and Etukwu Onah, counsel for the 1st and 2nd accused persons respectively, to move the motions for their bail.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

PHOTOS: Nigerian Model, Adaora Akubilo Poses Tópless For American Magazine

Nigeria-American model Adaora Akubilo is one of the stars of the 2013 Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated Magazine.This edition of the SI’s swimsuit issue featured photoshoots from all over the world! Adaora’s was photographed by Kayt Jones in beautiful Namibia in Southern Africa.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Man Battling For Life After Abusive Wife Burnt The House To Kill Hubby And Three Children

A man is fighting for his life at Deborah Retief Memorial hospital after his abusive wife set the house they were sleeping in ablaze last weekend.
As the international community observed the '16 Days of Activism on violence against women and children', Shianyana Modise's estranged wife went on rampage and attempted to burn her husband and three children including a two-month old baby, inside the house.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Nigerian Senate Passes N161.6 Billion Supplementary budget for oil subsidy

The Senate on Thursday, passed the supplementary appropriation bill of N161.6 billion. The amount will serve as payment for fuel subsidy to oil marketers for 2012. President Goodluck Jonathan had on Tuesday sent a request to the National Assembly to approve an additional N161.6 billion to ensure steady supply of petroleum products during the festive season. Senate President, Sen. David Mark, however, decried the high level of corruption being perpetrated under the fuel subsidy scheme, the News Agency of Nigeria reports.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

12 Christmas Scams You Should Watch Out For

Online Christmas shopping is expected to grow 22.4 percent alone this year to as much as $146 billion. compiled together, Top 12 christmas scams to watch out for during this holiday.
Social Media Scams —Scammers use Twitter and Facebook. Friend’s accounts can get hacked so watch for fake alerts that install “holiday deal” apps that steal private data. Twitter ads can lead to fake websites that look authentic but then ask for your credit card information.

Monday, December 3, 2012

"My Evil Boyfriend Rapéd Me In My Sleep For Two Years"

A terrified woman has revealed her disgust at discovering her boyfriend of two years had repeatedly rapéd her while she slept. Naomi Hampson, 27, only found out she had regularly fallen victim to sick Robert Fryer when police raided the couple's home.Her perverted boyfriend would sedate her and often paint her nails and dress her in jewellery before taking photographs of his revolting acts and saving them on his computer.
Miss Hampson said: 'I'm disgusted when I think about what he did. It makes me feel dirty and completely violated. Not remembering anything makes it worse.

Parents Sell Their 11-Year-Old Daughter To A 76-Year-Old Man For S*x

An 11-year-old British girl was allegedly pimped out as a prostitute by her ex-pat parents for £12 a time.
Police arrested the couple on the holiday island of Majorca amid claims they sold the girl, now 15, to a 76-year-old man in exchange for money over a five-year period. It is understood the mother took her daughter to meet the man on each occasion, with amounts changing hands varying between £12 and £16, according to The Sun.

Saturday, December 1, 2012



JA: It's both. I mean the surveillance infrastructure, the bulk surveillance infrastructure – there are hundreds of companies involved in that business. They have secret international conferences, they have prospectuses that they give to intelligence agencies that we have obtained and published this year together with Privacy International and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism. Also, The Wall Street Journal has done some good work on this. They are building devices that they advertise to intercept entire nations, to install the data from those intercepts permanently – strategic interception, because it's cheaper.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Banks To Commence Bio-Metric Data Capture For Customers

LAGOS – Nigerian banks under the auspices of the bankers committee will soon commence a bio-metric data capture for all customers in the banking sector. Managing Director of the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation, NDIC, Mr. Umaru Ibrahim, disclosed this yesterday at the ongoing seminar for finance journalists in Dutse, Jigawa state capital.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

North Demands Death Penalty For Corruption

Ahead of Thursday’s zonal constitutional conferences, foremost northern political group, the Arewa Consultative Forum, has recommended capital punishment for corruption. At present, China is the only notable country where corruption attracts capital punishment.In its proposal submitted to the National Assembly, a copy of which was obtained by one our correspondents in Kaduna on Tuesday, the ACF rued the destructive impact of corruption on the country and said that anybody found guilty of corruption should be killed.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Pastor Paraded Nakéd For Raping 8-Year-Old Girl In Lagos

A pastor, George Akinleye, a shepherd in charge of one of the branches of a leading Pentecostal church located in the Ejigbo area of Lagos was beaten and paraded round the area for having carnal knowledge of an eight-year-old girl.

The Ogun State-born ‘cleric’ was almost served with jungle justice for committing such an atrocious crime.
According to the victim’s father, known as Baba Akeem: “About a month ago, we were shocked when our daughter, Elizabeth complained of virginal pains, saying that she was séxually abused by ‘Baba’, the name she calls Akinleye the neighbourhood pastor. Her descriptions of what transpired between her and Akinleye showed that she was actually raped.

Speaking further, the enraged and shocked father said: “Angrily, I confronted the man. He accepted getting close to my daughter, but denied raping her; I knew he was lying. I almost got the Police involved, if not for the advice from neighbours to allow the sleeping dog lie.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Ruling the world, my ultimate vision for sports – Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan said on Monday that his administration was committed to  Nigeria becoming the best sporting nation in Africa, top four in the Commonwealth and ultimately rule the world.
Jonathan spoke at the opening of a Presidential Sports Sector Retreat held at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

He said the vision was realistic and achievable with hard work, greater sense of purpose and dedication.
The president noted the importance of sports as a source of joy to people, a unifying and mobilising factor and a source of revenue generation.

Monday, October 15, 2012

For Nigeria to grow

Nigeria’s 52nd independence anniversary celebration has come and gone. It was the second year in a row that a low-keyed celebration would take place within an over-fortified Aso Villa. Regardless of the government’s excuses, everyone knew that security threats were largely responsible for its action. Besides, a highbrow celebration would have raised questions as what exactly was being celebrated.

A dominant theme in the post-anniversary analysis is lamentation over Nigeria’s lack of growth despite abundant oil resources and highly skilled professionals in all fields of human endeavour. How could a nation that loaned its professionals to other African


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