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Saturday, 21 October 2017

Pastor Oyedepo Celebrates Escapes from Plane Crash

Bishop David Oyedepo
Bishop David Oyedepo

It was praise, worship and thanksgiving to God yesterday at Canaanland, Otta, the headquarters of the Living Faith Church Worldwide (LFCWW) .

The leadership and members of the church came out in large number to thank God for averting a plane crash that would have involved the Presiding Bishop of the Church, Bishop David Oyedepo and his wife.

29-yr-old Nigerian man allegedly stabbed to death by his 21-yr-old fiancée in U.K

Johnny and fiancee
Johnny and fiancee

A 29-year-old Nigerian man identified as Johnny, has died after suffering stab wounds at a residential address in Park Royal. Police were called to Lakeside Drive, near Hanger Lane station, at 2am on Friday to reports of a stabbing. 

They discovered Johnny suffering from stab injuries. London Ambulance Service also rushed to the scene and attempted to treat him but he died at the scene, less than an hour later, at 2.57am. 

VON DG Threatens Goodluck Jonathan - 'Laylow or i will expose you'

Goodluck Jonathan
Goodluck Jonathan

As former president Goodluck Jonathan continues to receive flaks from all angles following his criticism of the Muhammadu Buhari administration, the Director General of the Voice of Nigeria and a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Osita Okechukwu has vowed to expose him if he continues to attack the president.

Okechukwu asked Jonathan Jonathan to quietly retire to any part of the country of his choice and stop challenging the APC and the Buhari government to a public debate.

Friday, 20 October 2017

Man arrested for r*ping his only daughter for 3 years, after pastor’s cover up


Paul Akpederi, a 52-year-old Delta State indigene, who lives on Adegbite Street, Ori-Okuta, Ikorodu, Lagos State, has been arrested for allegedly raping his 15-year-old daughter, Rose, for over three years. 

According to Punchng, Paul started sexually abusing Rose when she was in JSS 3. When the secret got to the knowledge of a teacher, Paul allegedly changed her school. 

FRSC Begins Operation “show Your Licence’’ In Lagos


The Lagos State Sector Command, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says it has commenced operation “Show Your Licence’’ across the state to arrest drivers without valid licence and curb road crashes.

Mr Hyginus Omeje, the State Sector commander, said this in an interview with newsmen in Lagos on Thursday.

M.I drags American rapper, Nas, to court after paying him N18million for a verse


M.I Abaga and his record label, Chocolate City, are suing Queenbridge legend Nas, Pulseng is reporting.

According to the report, M.I and Chocolate City have filed a lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court claiming Nas didn't deliver the verse they wanted.

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Nationwide Industrial Action: National Emergency Management Agency Workers Embark on Strike


Staff of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) on Thursday embarked on a nationwide indefinite strike.

The industrial action followed directives given to them by the Trade Union Congress (TUC) and the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) in Abuja.

Marburg Virus Outbreak: 1 person confirmed dead in Uganda

Health workers
Health workers wash after drawing a blood specimen

Uganda’s ministry of health confirmed Thursday that one person has died of Marburg hemorrhagic fever, a close relative of the Ebola virus. Surveillance teams have deployed to the affected district in the eastern part of the country to contain the outbreak.

Uganda’s Ministry of Health says one of the two suspected cases of Marburg virus disease has been confirmed via laboratory tests conducted by the Uganda Virus Research Institute.

Latest News of Evans The Kidnapper: Evans makes U-turn, changes plea to `not guilty’

Evans and other suspects
Evans and other suspects 

Kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, a.k.a Evans, on Thursday made a U-turn as he entered a plea of `not guilty’ as he was re-arraigned on a two-count amended charge of conspiracy and kidnapping at an Ikeja High Court. Evans had at his arraignment on Aug.

30 plead guilty to the charges, while other alleged accomplices — Uche Amadi, Ogechi Uchechukwu, the only female defendant, Chilaka Ifeanyi and Victor Aduba denied committing the offences. Newsmen report that they were charged with the kidnap of Mr Donatius Duru on Aug. 30.

Remembering Mandela: New memoir launched in South Africa

mandela book
Mandela Book

Nineteen years after former President Nelson Mandela began writing about his years as President of South Africa, his new book  'Dare Not Linger' was launched in Johannesburg on Tuesday.

Novelist Mandla Langa worked with Mandela's original manuscript, which he never finished, to complete the book which he had intended as a sequel to his international best-seller 'Long Walk to Freedom.' 

Alleged Migrants: Johannesburg Mayor to deport foreigners

Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba

Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has told Eyewitness News that he's going to court to force the deportation of undocumented foreigners in the city.

Mashaba says that his lawyers will launch a High Court application against newly appointed Home Affairs Minister Ayanda Dlodlo next week.

Alleged Money Laundering: British banks to be investigated


U.K. authorities are investigating allegations that British banks inadvertently acted as conduits for money laundering linked to corruption in South Africa.

British Treasury chief Philip Hammond passed on allegations raised in a letter by former Cabinet Minister Peter Hain to the Financial Conduct Authority, the National Crime Agency and the Serious Fraud Office.

Chelsea vs Roma: Conte speaks on 3-3 draw


Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte, has said that their 3-3 draw with Roma on Wednesday, was a “fair” result.

The Premier League champions scored twice early in the first half through David Luiz and Eden Hazard, before Aleksander Kolarov’s shot was deflected past Thibaut Courtois.

Borno Education: NSE Builds School for Borno IDPs

NSE Representatives

A school constructed by the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has been donated to the Borno State government as part of the local bourse’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme.

The educational facility, which comprises two blocks of nine classrooms that will accommodate 330 students and an administrative block, housing the staff room, sick bay, security room and restrooms, is to help Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the state.

Why prostitution is increasing in Nigeria – Cleric Pastor Samuel Adegboye Reveals

prostitutes on the streets
prostitutes on the streets

A cleric, Pastor Samuel Adegboye, has condemned the rising rate of prostitution among girls in the country and called on the Federal Government to impose a total ban on “the dirty business”.

Adegboye, who is the General Overseer of Testimony Chapel, Ilorin, however, said the government should create job opportunities to dissuade those going into prostitution for a living.