Showing posts with label Seven. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Seven. Show all posts

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Expert: Sleeping for more than Seven hours can make you become "mumu" (dull) -

While general opinion is that we need to sleep more to remain healthy and function right, an expert warns that getting too much sleep could actually be bad for your health. Shawn Youngstedt, a professor at Arizona State University who studies sleep duration told Wall Street Journal 

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Nigerian Police Smash Certificate forgery syndicate, arrest Seven, recover Exhibits

Arrest Seven, Recover Exhibits
A team of operatives attached to International Police Organization (INTERPOL) section, Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID), Abuja has, following a tip-off and accompanying discreet investigation, arrested a syndicate which specializes in the forgery of certificates and other sensitive documents.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Four of the seven aggrieved Peoples Democratic Party governors meet Jonathan

Four ‘rebel’ governors meet Jonathan on Tuesday met with President Goodluck Jonathan, in Abuja to protest ‘the belligerence’ of the party’s National Chairman, Dr.  Bamanga Tukur.
Before the meeting, Jonathan had held  two separate closed doors meetings  with two elders of the PDP and three governors  sympathetic to the  Tukur-led  faction over the crisis rocking the party.
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Sunday, August 11, 2013

Check Out Seven ways to maintain a healthy liver

Loving your liver is pretty easy when you know how to protect it. Here are 12 tips you can follow every day for good liver health.

Friday, July 12, 2013

VIDEO: Train crash near Paris killed 7 passengers On The Spot

A train derailed Friday in the Paris suburb of Bretigny-sur-Orge in an accident that caused "many casualties", authorities said. At least seven people were killed and dozens wounded, Interior Minister Manuel Valls said.
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Sunday, July 7, 2013

Seven Nigerians shot dead in S’Africa

Seven people believed to be Nigerians were shot dead at different times within the last one week in South Africa, media reports have said.  South African police spokesman, Tim Masilela, said four Nigerians were killed when a group of men opened fire on them in Benoni on the East Rand. According to reports, the four were in a Volkswagen Golf alongside one other when a car stopped in front of them.
A group of men got out of the car and opened fire, killing two of the men in the Golf instantly. A third passenger tried to run away, but collapsed and died a few metres from the scene. A fourth man died later in hospital. The fifth man in the car was not hurt.  “The motive behind the shooting is unknown. Police are still investigating,” Masilela said. Last Saturday, three Nigerians were killed in a cell phone shop in Voortrekker Street, Benoni.

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Police Killed Seven Lagos Politician's Alleged Kidnappers, Arrested Two

The Lagos State Special Anti-robbery Squad has killed seven suspected kidnappers and arrested two others during a cross fire in Agbara area of Ogun State, southwest Nigeria.
Police alleged that the suspects were behind the kidnap of Lagos politician Kehinde Bamigbetan, Chairman of Ejigbo Local Council Development Area in Lagos State, southwest Nigeria.
Police said the arrested suspects are 27-year old Ogbonna Emenike and 25-year old Uchenna Nwanyu. The shootout took place at the weekend.
The items recovered from the suspects include four AK 47 Rifles, twenty-Eight AK 47 Magazine fully loaded and a thousand round of live ammunition. Others are army uniforms, a Honda CRV jeep with Reg No.ABC106AE and a Nissan Pathfinder Reg No.AGL730AZ as well as local charms.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Seven firms shortlisted for Lagos-Ibadan Expressway reconstruction

Seven construction firms have been shortlisted for the reconstruction/rehabilitation of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.
This is coming at a time that the traffic situation at several bad portions of the road has worsened due to the advent of the rains. And as the condition of the road continues to deteriorate, gridlock has become a constant feature on both sides of the highway.
The names of the shortlisted firms, according a source at the Federal Ministry Works, have been sent to the Bureau of Public Procurement for ratification.
The source said the BPP was expected to issue a certificate of no objection, which would clear one or two of the construction companies for the project.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Police Parade Seven Airport Robbers

The Lagos State Police Command today paraded seven suspected armed robbers said to have carried out the robbery attack on the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, MMIA, last month.

A gang of armed robbers attacked the airport on 13 March, 2013, shot two policemen dead and made away with millions of dollars stolen from the Bureau De Change in the airport.
The police recovered from the suspects five AK 47 rifles, four dynamites, 64 AK 47 Magazines, all fully loaded with 30 rounds totaling 1,920 live ammunitions, Toyota Siena Space Bus, with registration number BDG 918 AG, two locally made pistols, two masks and several charms.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Saudi Arabia Executes Seven For Armed Robbery

Source Gathered that Saudi Arabia on Wednesday executed seven men for armed robbery, the Interior Ministry said, despite an appeal for clemency by United Nations human rights investigators.
The seven were sentenced to death in 2009 for crimes committed in 2005 and 2006 when human rights groups said some were younger than 18.
The conservative Islamic kingdom, which applies a strict interpretation of sharia, has faced criticism by Western countries for its frequent use of capital punishment and trials that human rights groups say do not meet international standards.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Islamist group says executes seven foreign hostages, Nigeria doubts report

RIYADH/LAGOS (Reuters) – A Nigerian Islamist group said on Saturday it had killed seven foreign hostages seized last month from a construction firm’s compound in northern Nigeria, where Islamist insurgents have killed hundreds over the past two years.
But Nigerian authorities said they had no information on any such killing, and doubted the veracity of the statement.

Saturday, March 9, 2013

Boko Haram: Seven explosions rock Borno hours after Jonathan’s visit

Terrorists were back in ‘business’ in Maiduguri yesterday just five hours after President Goodluck Jonathan rounded off his two-day visit to  Borno and Yobe states to try to galvanize support for his battle against Islamist insurgents.
  Seven loud explosions shook the city at about 6pm.
The explosions happened within minutes of each other, suggesting the kind of co-ordinated strike that used to be the hallmark of the Islamist sect, Boko Haram, before a military campaign weakened them.
There was no immediate report of any casualty.

Friday, March 1, 2013

Court frees seven of the accused persons in Aluu4 case

Seven out of the 18 people arrested and standing trial for the murder of the Aluu4 victims were yesterday discharged by a Port Harcourt Chief Magistrates' Court. Their reason? Not enough evidence to suggest they were involved in the killing. Those discharged yesterday were: Chinwo Cynthia (the only female suspect), George Nwadei, Ekpe Daniel, Gabriel Agburum, Finebone Jeffrey, Endurance Edet and Gabriel Ochie.
The remaining 11 accused persons, including Alhaji Hassan Walewa, the paramount ruler of Omuokiri-Aluu, will face trial for the murder of Tekena Elkanah, Toku Lloyd, Chiadika Biringa and Ugonna Obuzor.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

EFCC Arraigns Seven Oil Thieves In Benin

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, on Tuesday February 26, 2013, arraigned seven suspected oil thieves before Justice A. M. Liman of the Federal High Court 1, Benin City, on separate charges bordering on conspiracy and illegal dealing in Petroleum Products.

The accused persons: Paul Ojo, Oduwere Edobor, Lucky Okorie, Andrew Anthony, Kadiri Aloysious, James Aker and Lucky Egbede who were arrested at locations and dates, had in their possessions a truck, bus and kegs loaded with litres of substance suspected to be Automotive Gas Oil (AGO). They all pleaded not guilty to the charges respectively.

Friday, February 22, 2013

Press Release: EFCC Arraigns Seven Internet Fraudsters

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has arraigned Seven internet fraudsters: Philip Agbodobri (alias Daniel Karlssom) Peter Sunday (alias Richmon), Nnamdi Obinna, Amegor Ovenseri, Eloghosa Ocikiabor (alias Kristopher Kole), Osagie Aghedo Bliss, Idehen Obabueki Bleek before Justice P.I Ajoku of the Federal High Court 2, Benin on separate charges bordering on conspiracy to commit felony to wit: obtaining money under false pretences, respectively.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Seven Men Sentenced to Death For Raping 14-Year Old Girl

Seven men in Sudan found guilty of drugging and raping a 14-year-old girl were sentenced to death by hanging on Monday, reports say. The victims’ lawyer, called the sentence “more than just”.

Speaking to the AFP, the lawyer Salma Mohammedahmed Hamed said Judge Ahmed Khalil Albahar ruled on the case on Sunday at a court in Khartoum’s twin city of Omdurman, also sentencing six other minors who abused the girl to 10 years each in a reformatory. Cases of gang rape are rare in the Islamist-run state.

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Gunmen Kidnap Seven Foreign Employees of Setraco in Bauchi

Seven foreign workers of giant construction company, Setraco, were kidnapped last night by gunmen in Bauchi. The attackers went to the Lebanese-owned construction site of Setraco in Jama'are town, where they killed a security guard and kidnapped the foreign workers Adamu Aliyu, the chairman of the local government area identified those kidnapped as one British citizen, one Greek, one Italian and four Lebanese.   Bauchi State Police Chief Mohammed Ladan told AFP that the unknown gunmen first attacked a local prison, burning two police trucks, before targeting Setraco, which is in the area building a road.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Pension Thief Remanded In Kuje Prison For Seven More Days Pending Bail Application

Embattled Pension thief, Mr. John Yusuf, will remain in prison custody for the next seven days before an Abuja Federal High Court decides whether to grant him bail or not in a fresh four-count charge proferred against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. Yusuf had been remanded in Kuje Prison, Abuja, since he was arraigned for the new charge on January 30.
The court, presided by Justice Adamu Bello, on Tuesday, fixed February 12, 2013, for the hearing of his application for bail.Information Nigeria recalls that Yusuf was re-arrested over the new charge after a Federal Capital Territory High Court handed-down a two year jail term or fine of N750,000 for conniving with others to defraud the Police Pension Office of N27.2bn – a judgment considered a slap on the wrist by majority of Nigerians.

Monday, February 4, 2013

BREAKING; DaNita Wilson (Teacher) Was 'Húmping' SEVEN Students!! (VIDEO)

Georgia high school teacher DaNita Wilson was arrested Tuesday after the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) launched an inquiry into her conduct.
The married, 32-year-old math teacher is accused of having séx with seven students, according to multiple reports. Wilson is facing at least seven counts of séxual assault, however more charges may be added since the investigation is still in progress.
While six of the Charlton County High School students in question were older than 16 -- the age of consent in Georgia -- at the time of the alleged crimes, one student was 15, assistant special agent Stacy Carson confirmed to CNN.

Friday, February 1, 2013

Seven Reasons Why She Won’t Sleep With You

According to some very questionable statistics, it takes a woman only 30 seconds from meeting a guy to know if she’s ever going to sleep with him
I say ‘questionable’ because let’s face it, women are known for changing their minds faster than you can say ‘quick’. I do think the statement has some merits though, because women are approached by a lot of guys, and over the years, it begins to take them lesser time to come to the conclusion of whether or not he’s worth their time, plus we got that other thing called ‘female intuition’.


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