Showing posts with label Three. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Three. Show all posts

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Check out Top Three Richest Nigerian Footballers

Sources say John Mikel Obi, the Chelsea midfielder is the present highest earning Nigerian footballer. He joined Chelsea in the year 2006 from Norwegian club Fc Lyn Oslo on a US$25 million. He is currently on US$120,000,(N20m), per week excluding bonuses, and income from participating at the UEFA Champions League.
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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Mom of Lagos airplane crash Victim: Samson died after I lost my hubby, girl within three days

The Agege, Lagos residence of the Hassans still maintained a gloomy silence a week after Samson Hassan, 27, along with some other passengers, died following the October 3, 2013 crash of an Associated Airline charter aircraft.
Samson was a photojournalist, working with MIC Caskets, which lost its Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Tunji Okusanya, his son, Olatunji Okusanya (Jnr) and four other employees in the crash.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Three rebel govs to meet Jonathan today

Governors Rotimi Amaechi (Rivers), Babangida Aliyu (Niger) and Rabiu Kwankwanso (Kano) are to meet with President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday (today) at the Presidential Villa, Abuja to seek the postponement of their peace meeting.

The meeting was originally scheduled for today but the New Peoples Democratic Party, through its National Publicity Secretary, Chief Chukwuemeka Eze, announced in a statement last week, that it had been cancelled because most of the seven aggrieved governors were billed for the 2013 Hajj in Saudi Arabia.

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Monday, September 30, 2013

Police nab three teenage stowaways at Lagos airport

The Airport Command of the Nigeria Police Force has arrested three teenagers for allegedly attempting to illegally board some international flights in Lagos.
Commissioner of Police for the command, Salahu Waheed, said the suspects, Lateef Popoola, 13; Amadi Joshua, 14; and Ukpabio Onyedikachi, 14, were arrested at different times at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja.
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Monday, August 26, 2013

Israeli security forces shot dead three Palestinians, Peace Talk Canceled.

Peace talks between Israeli and Palestinian negotiators expected on Monday have been shelved after Israeli security forces shot dead three Palestinians during clashes in the West Bank, a Palestinian official said.  "The meeting that was to take place in was cancelled because of the Israeli crime committed in Qalandiya today," said the official, referring to the refugee camp where the clashes erupted before dawn.

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Retired soldier Dies and Resurrect After Three Days In Mortuary, Recounts Ordeal

The story of retired soldier, Kayode Sotunde, is akin to biblical Jesus Christ who died and resurrected after three days. But differently, the 49-year-old man was neither on a rescue mission like Messiah who paid the debt he did not owe nor was coerced to go through the Calvary tortures like Jesus did for the sake of humanity.
However, the story of this man who returned from the great beyond is worth celebrating.
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Thursday, August 1, 2013

Nigerian Man Dies In UK Three Weeks After Assault

A 47-year-old Nigerian man, who is believed to have been assaulted in E5 on Wednesday 10 July has now died. Shortly before 16.10hrs on that day, police came across an injured man on the pavement in Upper Clapton Road, Rossington Street, E5.

Officers attended to the man, who had suffered a serious head wound following a suspected assault. The London Ambulance Service also attended and the man was taken to the Royal London Hospital in a critical condition. His condition deteriorated and he died on Sunday 28 July at 20:00hrs. He has been named as Bakre Yesufu, 47 of Rossington Street, E5.


Monday, July 22, 2013

Completely Drunk Driver Crushes Three To Death In Nasarawa

A car with registration number, Lagos FST 931 AR, on Saturday along Bukan Sidi in Lafia, Nasarawa State capital, veered off its lane unto pedestrians on the other side of the road, crushing three to death and leaving one critically injured.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Sector Commander in Nasarawa, Francis Udoma, confirmed that two among the three victims were brothers between the ages of 9 and 16.

Mr. Udoma said the incident happened at about 8:45 p.m. in Bukan-sidi area, along Lafia-Jos road.

He alleged that the driver was under the influence of alcohol and was over speeding before losing control of the car.


Tuesday, July 16, 2013

FAAC Gives ₦718 Billion To Nigeria’s Three Tier Governments

The Minister of State for Finance, Yerima Ngama
The Federation Accounts Allocation Committee on Monday distributed the sum of N718.10 billion among the three tiers of government.
The allocation, which is for the month of June, represents an increase of N27.60 billion over the N620.56 billion shared in the month of May.  The Minister of State for Finance, Yerima Ngama, who briefed journalists at the end of the statutory meeting, said the revenue was distributed under various sub-heads.
They are statutory distribution, N623.76 billion; Value Added Tax, N51.17 billion; Subsidy Reinvestment and Empowerment Programme, N35.54 billion; and debt repayment by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, N7.617 billion.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Three Dead As Car Crushes Three Motorcyclists In Osogbo

Two commercial motorcyclists and the passenger in an unregistered Toyota Camry car lost their lives in Osogbo on Monday when the driver of the car lost control and crushed the motorcyclists.
According to witness accounts, the accident happened at about 4:45 p.m. at Heritage Junction on the Gbongon-Osogbo road.
The accident was said to have been caused because of over-speeding by the driver, who lost control and rammed into a street light, causing the car to somersault.
When a correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria visited the scene of the accident, a motorcycle could still be seen trapped under the car.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Nigeria Still Winning The War Against Boko Haram: kills three, arrests 25 BH Bombers in Borno

Military authorities in Abuja yesterday said that the Special Forces troops at the weekend killed three insurgents in Maiduguri, Borno State and arrested 25 others.
The Defence Headquarters, DHQ, which stated this yesterday in a statement signed by the Director, Defence Information, Brig.-Gen. Chris Olukolade, also said that troops had intercepted “messages sent to fleeing insurgents urging them not to give up but fight to the end.”  said the attempt by some of them to heed the call was foiled at the weekend as they were trailed to some settlements and towns towards the border where they had planned to regroup.
Olukolade added that the troops destroyed the insurgents’ assembly points in areas north of Baga, a border town with Chad.

Friday, May 17, 2013

4 in 1 Ugly Scenario: A Woman Jailed In Dubai After she was r-aped by three heavy men of her colleagues.

In June 2008 Alicia Gali took a job in the UAE at a luxury hotel operated in Dubai by one of the world’s biggest hotel chains, Starwood.

Alicia Gali  was using her laptop in the hotel’s staff bar when her drink was spiked. According to this report, she:

Awoke to a nightmare beyond belief: she had been savagely defiled by three of her colleagues.

Alone and frightened, she took herself to hospital.

What she did not know is that under the UAE’s strict sharia laws, if the perpetrator does not confess, a r*pe cannot be proved without the testimony of four adult Muslim male witnesses.

Friday, April 26, 2013

WAEC: Three Killed, 200 injured as examination hall collapses

THREE pupils, including a girl, were killed and hundreds injured on Wednesday when a building in which they were writing the West African Examination Council School Certificate examination (WASCE) collapsed on them.
The incident occurred in Alpha Academy, a private secondary school in Mararaba, Donga Local Government Area of Taraba State.

Some 560 candidates were writing the examination in Alpha Academy. Many of them complained of the cracks before the building came down on Wednesday.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Six-yr-old girl narrates how three men took turns to defile her while her 2 year old cousin watched

“My uncle (her aunt’s husband) and I were going to the shop. ‘Oluwatobi saw us. He then greeted my uncle. I also greeted him.

“ But the next day, my uncle told me to stay at home and do my home work. My uncle said he would be back at home that he wanted to collect money from his shop.

“I went downstairs to buy biscuit. Oluwatobi then saw me and greeted me. He said, ‘fine girl, how are you?’ I said ‘fine.’”

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Graphic Video: Three Students Set Themselves On Fire In Public (Photo)

A student leader said that three university students set fire to themselves on the campus of Senegal’s largest university to protest changes in the way credits are being counted in the college’s geography department.
Seydou Niang, who organised a week-long hunger strike, said that three of his classmates doused themselves in gasoline and set themselves alight on Friday. Niang spoke on the telephone from the hospital, where he had accompanied the three. He said all three had survived, but one had suffered severe burns and was in intensive care.

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Three kidnap, robbery suspects arrested in Anambra

One of the alleged kidnap kingpins who ran away in Awkuzu, Oyi Local Government Area of Anambra State during the raid at an acclaimed church, has been arrested by the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) in the state.
Two other robbery suspects were arrested by a combined team of soldiers and the police along Enugu-Onitsha old road in Awka and handed over to SARS.
The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Emeka Chukwuemeka, a deputy superintendent of police (DSP), confirmed the incidents yesterday to The Nation
The alleged kidnap kingpin simply called (Nnamdi) was arrested a few days ago in Onitsha, while his elder brother Ifeanyi Nwaezeagu who owns unchangeable God Miracle Church in Awkuzu is still on the run.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Gunmen Kill Four Prison Officials, Injures Three in Warri (PHOTOS)

Palpable fear has gripped Delta State following the invasion of Warri this morning by gunmen who killed at least four officials of the Nigeria Prisons Service.  It was gathered that the bloody incident took place at about nine o’clock in the morning when the vehicles in which the prison warders were conveying some of the prison inmates to court was attacked at the Okere Roundabout in Warri. Click to see more photos and read more.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Cardinals Fail To Elect Pope After Three Ballots

Black smoke rose from above the Sistine Chapel for a second day on Wednesday after a secret conclave of cardinals held two more inconclusive votes for a new pope to lead the troubled Church.

The 115 cardinal electors entered the conclave in the Sistine’s Renaissance splendor on Tuesday and held their first inconclusive ballot that evening.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Three Journalists Arrested for Polio Vaccine Killings

Three Nigerian journalists have been arrested for allegedly inciting violence against polio workers, Reuters reported. On Friday, gunmen in Kano State killed nine people, who had been giving patients the polio vaccine. The arrested journalists are accused of inspiring the attacks. The journalists had said on Wazobia FM on Wednesday that immunisation against polio was anti-Islam and part of a Western conspiracy to cause infertility, Kano Police Chief Ibrahim Idris, told Reuters.  The killing of the vaccinators is a major setback in Nigeria’s fight against polio. “The killing of polio vaccinators in Kano State is a dastardly act that must be condemned by all,” he told All Africa
Source: Punch

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Three Korean Doctors Slaughtered In Pre-Dawn Attack In Yobe State

Reports we are monitoring indicate that three Korean doctors quartered at T Junction area, Potiskum LGA of Yobe state, were early hours of Sunday slaughtered in their house by armed men.
Confirming the unfortunate incident, Yobe state Police Commissioner, Sanusi A.Rufai said: “It is true. The three doctors were slaughtered while sleeping in their house.”
The reports state that the assassins jumped into the doctors’ house  at around 1:30am, while a curfew was supposed to be in effect, and over-powered them before slitting their throats.Sources from the hospital said that all of them were male doctors on contract handling Ear, Nose and Throat, Gynecology and Acupuncture cases at Potiskum General Hospital. “Their copses have been conveyed to Federal Medical Center, Azare,” Rufai said. No group has claimed responsibility yet for this recent attack even as Yobe state has been known to be a hot-bed of Boko Haram activities.


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