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Saturday, 30 January 2016

Annie idibia shares 2face idibia's daughter photo

Remember the daughter of 2face Idibia Ehi who was honoured in the united state of America a while back for her performance at school? Well her step mother shared her photo on her social media page.

Daughter of the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress wedded and APC dignitaries attended(photos)

Eniyemamwen Oyegun, a daughter to the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, John Odigie-Oyegun, on Saturday married Umaso Eketu, a flying officer in the Nigerian Air Force.

The colourful wedding ceremony took place in Lagos at Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral and the reception at the Haven‎ Event Centre.

Dignitaries at the well-attended church wedding and reception included:

the President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki; ‎
Speaker House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara represented by House Deputy Chief Whip‎, Pally Iriase;
wife of the President, Aisha Buhari, represented by former Plateau deputy governor, Pallen
first interim Chairman of the APC, Bisi Akande;
APC National Leader, Bola Tinubu, represented by former Lagos State Deputy Governor, Femi Pedro.‎

Governors present included Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode‎ represented by his deputy, Idiat Oluranti Adebule;
Edo State Governor, Adams Oshiomhole;
‎Ogun State Governor, ‎Ibikunle Amosun‎‎;
Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalong and his wife, Regina‎;
Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi;
Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, represented by‎ his deputy, ‎Eze Madumere.‎

Others dignitaries are:

Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed‎;
Minister of Science and Technology, Ogbonnaya Onu‎;
Interior minister, ‎Abdulrahman Dambazau‎ represented by Assistant Inspector-General of Police (AIG), Zone 2‎, Bala Hassan;
FCT Minister, Muhammed Musa Bello represented by FCTA Director of Information, Stella Ojeme.

APC National Working Committee members present included:
National Secretary, Mai Mala Buni; ‎
National Treasurer, Bala Gwagwaruwa; ‎
National Woman Leader, Ramatu Tijani; ‎
Deputy National Chairman South, Segun Oni;
‎Vice Chairman North West, Inuwa Abdulkadir;
National Organising Secretary, Osita Izunaso, and Zonal Woman Leader, South West, Kemi Nelson.

‎‎Other dignitaries included:
former Edo State Governor, Oserheimen Osunbor‎;
former Governor of old Anambra State, Jim Nwobodo;‎
former Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Chibudom ‎Nwuche‎;
APC‎ Anambra Central Senatorial candidate, ‎Sharon Ikeazor;
former Governor of Ogun State, Olusegun Osoba;‎
and former Governor of Ekiti State, Niyi ‎Adebayo‎‎.

‎Attendees included:
Senate Majority Leader, Ali Ndume; ‎
Chairman, Senate Committee on Federal Capital Territory, Senator, Dino Melaye;
‎Deputy Governor of Nasarawa State, Silas Ali Agara;‎ ‎
Edo State deputy governor, Pius Odubu;‎
Akwa Ibom APC governorship candidate, Umana Okon Umana;‎
Edo State governorship aspirant, Charles Airhiavbere‎;
and APC’s Director of Administration, Abdullahi Gashua‎.


Chris Brown posted this Photo yesterday on his Facebook Page..See below

He was trying to pass a message, That's when an Unknown Number, Start Texting you that they Miss you and you don’t have a Clue who the person is, You Start Thinking trying to Figure out who that is.

I thought my SUV was a blessing-PastorTitus Onwuchekwa

A 32-year-old Presbyterian pastor from Umuahia, Abia State, Rev. Titus Onwuchekwa has been arrested for buying a 2005 edition of Mitsubishi Pajero for just N350,000.
Paraded alongside two notorious stolen car dealers by the police during the week, he explained that he thought God had brought a blessing his way.
Onwuchekwa was paraded with the car dealers, 32-year-old Felix Osas, who sold the vehicle and 32-year-old Ndibe Samuel.

Ordinarily, a used 2005 edition of Mitsubishi Pajero is sold for between N1.4m and N1.8m but when Osas presented himself as the seller, he told Onwuchekwa that he could give up the vehicle for N500,000
Onwuchekwa, who is popularly called ‘My father, my father’ in his church circles in Umuahia, said he had come to Lagos to attend a Christian programme when he sighted the 2005 Mitsubishi Pajero in Alaba area of Ojo, Lagos and he dialled the number of the seller pasted on the car.
“He gave me the price of N500,000 but I told him that I could only afford N350,000 and after we haggled a little, he agreed to sell the car. He said he would sow the car as a seed into my life for that amount provided I pray for him regularly.
“He said he needed regular prayers and I paid him N350,000 with a promise that anytime he needed prayer, he could call me and I would always pray for him.”
When asked if the cheap price of the vehicle did not raise his suspicion at all during the transaction, Onwuchekwa said he believed it was indeed a blessing that had come his way.
“I even went home to share the testimony of how I bought the vehicle,” he said.
What about the vehicle particulars and the Customs papers presented to him, Onwuchekwa said they all bore the names of Osas, which was what doused every suspicion he had.
But these are not enough to exonerate Onwuchekwa who continued to maintain his innocence.

Osas explained that few weeks after Onwuchekwa bought the Pajero, he contacted him again and asked to buy a 2001 Toyota Camry for N250,000, a vehicle which under a normal circumstance, he would have sold for at least N900,000.

This proved to be the nail on the coffin for Rev. Onwuchekwa as the police said he must have known he was buying a stolen vehicle if he did not mind coming back for a second car despite the suspicious price of the vehicles.
Osas, who runs Happy Home Motors, was all smiles as he narrated how Onwuchekwa fell victim of his criminal trade.
“I don’t think he actually knew that he was buying a stolen vehicle. If he did not come back for more, the police would not have arrested him along with us. I don’t steal these vehicles myself.
“In fact, I don’t knew where they came from. I got them from one of my friends, who told me to re-register them in my name. When I asked him where he got them, he confided in me that they were stolen.
“I bought the Pajero I sold to the Pastor for N300,000. I have only bought two vehicles from him before. I also bought the Camry from my friend for N300,000. It is the same one the pastor wanted to buy for N250,000.”
Osas said he had been selling vehicles for seven years after he realised that his initial business as a mechanic was not yielding profit as he wanted.
The young man did not show any remorse as he explained that it was the business he had been using to feed his family.
“I learnt car sales from my uncle and decided to establish a business of my own seven years ago. I actually did not set out to start selling stolen vehicles. It just happened that the prices were too cheap for me to avoid it.”
Samuel on the other hand, said he was not a stolen car dealer. He explained that he simply bought a vehicle from his in-law, which turned out to be a stolen vehicle.
“He told me that the 2001 model was fairly used and I bought it for N700,000. All the documents bear his name, so I did not suspect it might have been stolen. I am just a medicine store owner, not a criminal,” he said.

I was not sacked by Supreme Court-Stella Oduah

Following reports of her sack by the supreme court ,Senator Stella Oduah On Friday in Abuja, described such reports as “a misinterpretation”.
It was reported that, the court had ordered the replacement of Oduah and other federal lawmakers from the state saying that their nomination to contest in the 2015 election was wrong.
In a statement issued by Cynthia Ferdinand, Press Secretary to the Senator, Oduah said the judgement of the Supreme Court said that it was only the National Executive Council of a political party that had the legal right to sponsor candidates in an election.

Oduah, therefore, stressed that she and all the other lawmakers from Anambra state have not been sacked by the Supreme Court contrary to media reports.
“It is pertinent to note that this is a mere misinterpretation of the Supreme Court rulings and‎ should be disregarded in all entirety‎.
“The Supreme Court did not order the withdrawal of the Certificates of Return issued by the Commission.
“It did not hold that the faction of the PDP had the right to sponsor candidates for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
“It did not equally authorise the Commission to substitute our clients with the individuals whose names were on the list improperly allowed by the Commission,
“Series of judgment of the Supreme Court of Nigeria states that it is only the National Executive of the party that has the vires to sponsor candidates,” she said.


Bashar Aliyu is a teenage boy from Sokoto who Designs Exotic Cars(see photos)

Bashar Aliyu is a teenage boy from Sokoto who loves designing automobiles, and his designs aren’t ordinary, they are exotic. His dedication shines through his work as he conceptualises, draws and builds. He is dedicated and committed to further developing his talents and so his intention to study
Automotive Design. His story was shared by Facebook user Aminu Gamawa

Read what this woman got from helping a stranger

A 40-year-old housewife, Helen Peters' lifeless body was found in the house of a young man identified as Henry Uwadiegwu on January 19, 2015.

The victim was allegedly lured by Henry to his house on number 36, Fashola Street, Agege, with the intention of abducting her for ran­som. To perfect his plans, Henry allegedly hired some thugs to tie her up on the excuse that she was insane. He also contacted a nurse who injected her with an unidenti­fied drug to sedate her for 8 hours. But the drug ended up killing her.

The suspicious activities going on in his flat drew the attention of his landlady who stopped him from fleeing when he discovered that Helen was no longer breathing.
On his arrest, a police source told Saturday Sun that they got were alerted by a source at the General Hospital, Ipaja that a young man brought in a dead woman without valid explanation. Henry was with­in the hospital vicinity when the Police arrived there and arrested him.

During interrogation, Henry, 25, told the Police that the deceased was his sugar mummy for many years. Hear the Police source:
“Henry hatched a plan to extort money from her family and exe­cuted the plan. He deceived neigh­bours and a nurse to tie Helen up and inject her with drug that could sedate her for several hours. When they discovered that she was no longer moving her body, they rushed her to the hospital where she was confirmed dead.
“To cover his tracks,Henry reg­istered the deceased with a fake name and address.
Also in order to confirm that he and Helen were lovers, Henry took us to a hotel where he claimed they normally hanged out although in­vestigation revealed that he worked in the hotel as a security man. He also took us to a bar and we dis­covered that the place is very close to the deceased in-law’s house and few meters to her family house. This made it impossible for anyone to believe that story. Meanwhile in­vestigation is ongoing,” the source told Saturday Sun.

Police investigation further re­vealed that before the incident, a school proprietress had narrowly escaped being kidnapped by Henry sometime ago. It was alleged that he invited the woman from her school at Gowon Estate, Ipaja to his house at Agege to discuss the modalities for enrolling two of his children in her school. But as God would have it, the woman failed to show up.

My wife only wanted to help him -Husband
When Saturday Sun’s correspon­dents visited the deceased home at Gowon Estate, where friends and sympathisers were trooping in to console Helen’s husband, Em­manuel and the immediate family, the bereaved husband who is also a Zonal Pastor at the Winners Cha­pel, explained that his wife was de­ceived by the suspect into believ­ing that he was in need.
“My wife was a good woman and her major weak point was her generosity. Henry was once a security man in the estate and he was well known to the residents in­cluding my family members. Few weeks before the incident, my wife informed me about her encounter with Henry. She explained that Henry impregnated a woman and the woman’s family insisted that he must marry her.
“She said that Henry came to her shop at Gowon Estate and knelt down begging for assistance and since she was a woman leader in the church, she wanted to encour­age him by supporting the mar­riage. I was not comfortable with that story but my wife ensured that I was okay with the story. Anytime the guy visited her shop, she would tell me.
“Few days to the day of the inci­dent, my wife came back and in her usual way of keeping me updated, said that Henry had secured a ven­ue for wedding. She told me that as soon as they agreed on a date; she would like to go and see the hall to be sure that the rent was not high. On January 19, she told me that she would go and inspect the house.
“They agreed to meet at an eatery in Ipaja, and take off from there. My wife was at the eatery and called me. She told me that she was waiting for Henry and also used the opportunity to alert me that her car was faulty. I volun­teered to come with another car if that one could not be managed but she said she would manage it. That was the last time I heard from her.
“ Thereafter, her phones were switched off. I assumed that her phone battery was down. But when I waited and did not hear from her, I became alarmed. It was then it occurred to me that the children were still in school and if they had not returned, then their mother had not gone to pick them. I rushed out and brought my kids home. I also called my in-laws and they said that she was not with them.
“I decided to trace Henry through the family of the girl that he claimed he im­pregnated. The family members who I saw were so bitter and threatening to deal with Henry, if he dared come close to their house. I was alarmed because I nad just discovered that there was no wedding coming up. I managed to get his number and called him asking how he was preparing for his wedding. He asked me which wedding was I refer­ring to and switched off his phone. It was already late in the evening. I heard my phone rang but before I could pick, it rang out. I was excited when I no­ticed that the call was from my wife. I did not bother to call back because I assumed that she was then at home. I got home but discovered that she had not returned. It was then that I called her number and the person who picked the call said, ‘the person wey get this phone don die. Come to the police sta­tion oh’.
“I was shocked but I composed my­self and called my pastors, family and close friends. It was when we got to the police station that it dawned on me that my wife was no more. When I even­tually saw her, she had marks around her wrist which showed that she was tied up. She also had bruises all over her face.
“Henry murdered my wife for her generosity. It was when the matter came up, that some women in the es­tate narrated their experiences. I have been married to her for 15 years and God blessed us with four children,” Emmanuel said in tears.
Henry’s confession
At the police station, Henry admitted that he hatched a plan to kidnap Helen but insisted that the execution of the plan was easy because they were lov­ers.
 “Helen was my girlfriend and she lured me into the relationship. Her pro­vision shop was closer to where I was working and I used to call her aunty. So, one day she called me and told me that she would like us to be friends. Ini­tially, I was afraid to do that because she was a married woman. But when she started buying gifts like clothes and wrist watches for me, I agreed. She had visited my house three times. At a point, I decided to kidnap her to raise about N10m to establish a business and start a new life”,
Determined to perfect his plot, Henry arranged with an auxiliary nurse within the area who could sedate Helen, so that she would fall sleep.
“So, on that day when she told me that she would visit me, I arranged with a nurse and told her that my brother’s wife was insane and that I would like her to give her sleep inducing injection, so that I could tie her up and take her to the village. On that fateful day, Helen drove to my house and sat in front of my room. In the process, I went and called four of my neigbours to assist me tie her, so that I could send her to the village and they did. Thereafter, the nurse came and in­jected her and she slept off. I paid her the sum of N1,500 as agreed. After some time, she could no lon­ger move her body. So, we put her in her car and drove her to the Gen­eral Hospital, Oke Odo. On getting there, they did not want to attend to us. One of the nurses said that the woman was already dead. It was then I knew that I had entered into trouble.
“One of the people that followed me to the hospital escaped and ran to our house to report. I think, it was they that informed the police for fear of being arrested. Shortly, the police came and arrested me. I had no intention to kill her. What I needed from her was money. My intention was to kidnap her, so that her family would raise money for me. It could be that the injection the nurse gave her was overdose,” he narrated.
Pleading for mercy, Henry said he could not explain what led him into the act.
“I think there is a bad spirit that is tormenting me. My parents died when I was 3 and I do not have any one to lean on. There was a female herbalist in my vil­lage that I was working with and before she died, she told me to continue with the job, but I refused. I do not know whether it was my refusal that is working against me now. Please help me invite a pastor to pray for me”, he pleaded.
Henry told Saturday Sun that he came to Lagos at the age of 15 but had nowhere to stay. So, he went straight to Iyana Ipaja under bridge. He stayed there for two years be­fore he was able to get someone to squat with. Thereafter, he left and met the owner of his present apart­ment who later moved out and left the place for him.
When asked whether his neigh­bours who helped him tie his vic­tim were members of his gang, he denied that they had hands in the deal; rather he deceived them that the woman was insane and needed help to tie her and take her to the village.

I heard someone scream, Landlady, son recount
Expressing gratitude to God that she noticed the situation on time, the landlady of the house, Cibi Shittu said that they would have been in trouble if Henry succeeded in fleeing the compound.
“Henry is my tenant and lives at the boys’ quarters. I do not know much about his activities as he is a quiet ten­ant that only greets and goes his way. On that fateful day, I was in the house and heard the voice of a woman crying for help. Although, I had waist pain, I managed to drag myself out of the house and walked towards his apartment. I noticed that they were dragging someone and I called out to Henry who we fondly called Oyibo. He simply told me not to worry that there was no problem, but I was suspicious because I heard some screaming.
“Immediately, I called my son Gafaru to leave whatever he was doing and come to the house and he did in less than 20 minutes. If not for God, I’m sure that the po­lice would have detained us for days over the incident”, she main­tained.
Corroborating her mom, Gafaru said when he heard the urgency in his mother’s voice, he ran to their house.
“That day was the first time that I met Henry personally. I knew we had a tenant called Henry but since I do not live in that com­pound, I had not met him person­ally. As soon as I got to his room, he refused to allow me in but I was able to observe that a hefty woman was lying on the floor. I also no­ticed that he had packed his bags as if he wanted to travel.
“I asked him who she was and he explained that Helen was his sister who was insane. He claimed that he drugged her so that they could carry her to the east where a specialist would take care of her. I demanded that he should take her to the hospital. We took her to the General Hospital and they con­firmed that she was already dead.
“I held unto him, and demanded that we have to report the mat­ter to the police since the woman was dead. I searched for him and saw the woman’s phone. I checked her call and the most recent call was saved as ‘My Husband’. I di­aled the number and informed the person that picked the call that his wife was dead. We alerted the police, who came and picked him up from the hospital”, Gafaru nar­rated.

Friday, 29 January 2016

Buhari's Visit To Brookside Diary Farm (Photos)

President Buhari with Chairman Brookside Diary Farm ,Mr Muhoho Kenyatta, Minister of Trade & Investment ,Mr Okechukwu Enemalah, Minister of Agriculture, Mr Audu Ogbeh and National Security Adviser Babagana Monguno as President Buhari visits Brookside Diary Farm in Nairobi Kenya on 28th Jan 2016.

THE OLDEST AFRICAN PRESIDENTS: President Buhari's Position Will Shock You

This is a quick account into the age of Africa rulers in 2015. The Oldest presidents in Africa and most of them are still serving. Then the question of youth as leaders of tomorrow comes into play. Are youths still going to lead tomorrow?

See the African presidents, their date of birth and country they are presently ruling while President Mohammadu Buhari’s position will shock many Nigerians

1. Robert Gabriel Mugabe is the current President of Zimbabwe, serving since 22 December 1987. As one of the leaders of the rebel groups against white minority rule, he was elected as Prime Minister.
Born: February 21, 1924 (age 91), Kutama, Zimbabwe

2. Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma, GCB is the President of South Africa, elected by parliament following his party’s victory in the 2009 general election. He was reelected in the 2014 election. Born: April 12, 1942
(age 73)

3. Alassane Dramane Ouattara is an Ivoirian politician who has been President of Côte d’Ivoire since 2011.
Born: January 1, 1942 (age 73)

4. Arthur Peter Mutharika is a Malawian politician, educator and lawyer who has been President of Malawi since 31 May 2014. Mutharika has worked globally in the field of international justice.
Born: 1940, Thyolo District, Malawi

5. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the 24th and current President of Liberia, in office since 2006. She served as Minister of Finance under President William Tolbert from 1979 until the 1980 coup d’état, after which she left Liberia and held senior positions at various financial institutions. She placed second in the 1997 presidential election won by Charles Taylor. She won the2005 presidential election and took office on 16 January 2006, and she was a successful candidate for re-election in 2011. Sirleaf is the first elected female head of state in Africa. Born: October 29, 1938 (age 77), Monrovia, Liberia

6. Manuel Pinto da Costa is a Santoméan economist and politician who served as the first President of São Tomé and Príncipe from 1975 to 1991. He was again
elected as President in August 2011 and took office on 3 September 2011. Born: August 5, 1937 (age 78),
Água Grande District.

7. Alpha Condé is a Guinean politician who has been President of Guinea since December 2010. He spent decades in opposition to a succession of regimes in Guinea, unsuccessfully running against President.
Born: March 4, 1938 (age 77), Boké, Guinea

8. Abdelaziz Bouteflika is an Algerian politician who has been the fifth President of Algeria since 1999. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1963 to 1979.
Born: March 2, 1937 (age 78), Oujda, Morocco

9. Paul Biya is a Cameroonian politician who has been
the President of Cameroon since 6 November 1982. A native of Cameroon’s south, Biya rose rapidly as a bureaucrat under President Ahmadou Ahidjo in the 1960s, serving as Secretary-General of the Presidency from 1968 to 1975 and then as Prime Minister of Cameroon from 1975 to 1982. Born: February 13, 1933 (age 82), Mvomeka’a

10. Mohamed Beji Caid Essebsi is a Tunisian politician who has been President of Tunisia since December 2014. Previously he served as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1981 to 1986 and as Prime Minister from February 2011 to December 2011.
Born: November 29, 1926 (age 89), Sidi Bou Said,

11. President Buhari is JUST a baby among them Muhammadu Buhari GCFR is the President of Nigeria. He is a retired Nigerian Army major general and was Head of State of Nigeria from 31 December 1983 to 27 August 1985, after taking power in a military coup
d’état. Born: December 17, 1942 (age 72).

Lai Mohammed Replies Goodluck Jonathan On Arms Deal Investigation

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has said should former president Dr. Goodluck Jonathan be manipulated in the arms deal scandal, he will be probed. Mohammed's response is coming about 48 hours after the ex-president addressed a world press conference in Geneva on Wednesday,27th January 2016. Recall Jonathan had mentioned Mohammed during the press conference that,"As for the Information Minister(Lai Muhammed), you quoted, I was not president in 2006 but in 2010.He said about 15 former governors of states were corrupt. I believe for the Minister of Information to say that, he must name the 15 governors. I also believe the list must be with our security network. The truth will still come out."

On Friday, 29th January 2016, Lai Mohammed was at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Ile-Ife where he delivered a speech at the Faculty of Arts Distinguished Guest Lecture with the theme "Nexus between Corruption and Under-development of the Nigeria State". Speaking to newsmen shortly after the lecture, Mohammed said, “The presidency does not micro-manage the anti-graft agencies and the presidency does not decide who to be probed at any point in time. The anti-graft agency will probe him if they feel that he has questions to answer and they would do their job at the appropriate time.”

A Woman delivered of a baby from four-year-old pregnancy in ogun state, Nigeria(Photo)

There was shock and amazement in Ikugbomire in Obafemi Owode Local Government Area, Ogun State, on Wednesday as a woman was delivered of a baby from a pregnancy she had carried for four years. People trooped to Alayo Vantage Hospital from far and near for a glimpse of the miracle baby.

Before she was delivered of the baby, the happy mother had become the butt of taunts and ridicule in the community, particularly after a scan conducted on her protruding tummy indicated that all she had in it was fibroid.

The arrival of the baby therefore marked the end of years of anxiety for 33-year-old Oluwabunmi and her 42-year-old husband, Bankole Ogidan.
 According to her husband, Bankole Ogidan, their wedding took place on August 27, 2011.
 “We were full of hope about having children and raising a complete family. But we had to wait till August 2013 before she got pregnant exactly two years after,” he said.
“We went for pregnancy test and it was confirmed positive. A few days after, my wife complained that she was feeling pains in her womb. We went to a midwife who told us that the pain was not a problem; that the pregnancy was intact. I was not satisfied, so I took her to another hospital (name withheld) where we did a scan but the doctor said he didn’t see any pregnancy. The doctor said there had been a miscarriage. I asked him that shouldn’t there be an outflow of blood if she had a miscarriage? The doctor said yes. I told him that we had not witnessed anything like that and he was shocked.
Scared by the doctor’s pronouncement, Bankole ran to the pastor of his church, Prophet Emmanuel Ogbara, who assured him that God had told him the pregnancy was intact. A couple of weeks later, Ogidan went back with his wife to the hospital but they were told that what she had in her womb was fibroid. They left for the General Hospital, Gbagada, where they were asked to see a gynaecologist. Again, the gynaecologist told them that what he saw in Oluwabunmi’s stomach was multiple fibroid with no chance of conception.
“All this while, my wife’s menstruation had ceased,” Bankole said. “It was only once after the pregnancy was sighted that we observed that little blood came out but stopped almost immediately. We left there for the Government Hospital in Owode, Ogun State.
“Thereafter, we returned for a scan session. The gynaecologist said there were three sets of fibroid where the baby ought to be, but that the way my wife looked, she appeared like a woman who was ready for delivery. He said he would act fast and do an x-ray that would reveal more. That was on March 25, 2014.“We did the x-ray but we were told that though they believed in God, from all medical indications, there was no more pregnancy in the womb. They said the uterus was elongated, blocked with a concentration of urine fibroid and the white fallopian tube was outlined. They concluded that it was fibroid. I asked if she could get pregnant and they said no.”
Meanwhile, Oluwabunmi’s stomach had protruded as if she was due for delivery. People whispered wherever she passed in the neighbourhood and her story was used for jokes. Bankole said he could not even think of sleeping with his wife because of the delicate nature of her condition all through the period.
“There was pressure from all corners—family, friends and well-wishers—who all had their suggestions as to the solution. Some said we were hearing wrongly from God,” he said.
Asked if he was not afraid that his wife would die in the process of waiting for a baby, he said:
 “I did not worry about death at all. I was only more inspired to wait on God. As a matter of fact, we stopped going for medical opinion. As far as we were concerned, they had no good news for us, so we resorted to our church and prayer.
“On the 10th of September, 2015, my wife became terribly ill with signs of labour. I had to look for any hospital in sight because her condition was bad. That was how we got to this hospital.
“After giving her the initial treatment, we were told to go for another scan. To the glory of God, the doctor here said he had seen a baby; that my wife was carrying four months pregnancy.”
But the mystery again was how the pregnancy could be four months old when he was not making love to his wife, and his wife’s protruding stomach was there for all to see?
“At the church, the prophet confirmed again that the child had all along been there; only that scan could not pick it. So the hospital continued to nurture the baby for antenatal. But here again, they still saw fibroid in the womb. But to the glory of God 27th January this year, our baby finally arrived,” Bankole said.
But that was not all. After some time, the baby was said to have “got lost” in the womb.
The hospital’s matron said:
 “We had to do an operation. When we did, we found that contrary to scan reports, we met a different thing in the womb. It was a sac with pus inside. It was not fibroid. And looking inside, we didn’t see any baby. But I remembered that I used to hear sound inside Mrs Ogidan’s womb, so the doctor searched further; the baby was  hidden in the uterus.
“We thank God. It’s a miracle. The sac was so big that it swallowed up the uterus where the baby was. The sac was so big that the uterus could not be easily found. The doctor said he had never seen such a thing before.”

According to Dr Sam Akinyemi, a consultant on naturopathic gynaecologist,
 “This is an abnormal medical record. But nothing is impossible in this world. All homo sapiens must take note of that.
“It is the joy of every pregnant woman that at 40 weeks or before then, the woman must fall into labour. When it does not happen, it becomes a major concern to the physician and the patient herself.
“In natural medical gynaecology, we have had cases of that nature. It can be the result of retardation in hormonal production in the pregnant patient or mother. And metaphysically, nature won’t seize to amaze us in its power.”
 Culled from The Nation

Thursday, 28 January 2016

Arms Deal: Metuh's Firm, 77 Others Received N1.4bn for Doing Nothing -ONSA Official

witness in the ongoing trial of PDP Spokesman, Olisa Metuh has testified that the accused person’s company was listed among alleged beneficiaries of the arms funds.

A document, tendered through an official of the ONSA, Bali Ndam, was said to have been issued by former NSA, Sambo Dasuki, to the Abuja branch of the Central Bank of Nigeria, authorizing payment of various sums of money running into N1.4billion.

The document stated that the ONSA paid Metuh for providing “three operational vehicles.”

Bali Ndam, a legal officer with the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA), testified before a Federal High Court in Abuja that Metuh’s Destra Investment Ltd was listed as number three among the companies and individuals that were paid for contracts not approved by the ONSA.

“What is written on the document is payment for security services,” Ndam, a Legal Adviser at the ONSA, said while testifying in the case. Ndam was led in evidence by lead prosecution lawyer, Sylvanus Tahir.

Nigeria Would’ve Collapsed Had Officials Of My Govt Stole That Much As Alarmed – Jonathan

“Jonathan said the alle­gation was the same way somebody stated that $49.8 billion was missing, which he later said was $12 billion and later $20 billion, saying when the issue was raised by the German chancellor with him in a meeting, he told the foreign leader that if such amount of money was missing in Nigeria, the country would collapse”

That was a quote from the Daily Sun Newspaper where it was said that the former President Goodluck Jonathan opined that Nigeria would have collapsed had officials of his government had stole that much as being peddled by some quarters.

Why I Won’t Speak Now on Dasuki’s $2.1bn Arms Scandal – Jonathan Breaks Silence From Geneva

Speaking in Geneva, Switzerland yesterday at a media interaction organised by the Geneva Press Club, Jonathan said as a former president, who laboured to build institutions, it will be out of place for him to do anything that would under­mine government and pro­cesses.

He also said speaking on the arms purchase probe of the President Buhari-led ad­ministration would amount to subjudice as well as jeop­ardise the processes already instituted. He, however, said at the appropriate time, he would address all the is­sues being raised about the issue.

“I would have loved to speak extensively be­cause, even back in Nige­ria, people are saying that I should say something. In my country, there are laws. When issues are before the court, you are not expected to speak on them. If I speak now, it will affect court processes and investiga­tion. What I want Nigeri­ans to know is that we did key issues and things. We tried to build institutions. We encouraged separation of power. If I speak now, it will negate the efforts we made. Let us leave the in­stitutions to do their jobs,” Jonathan said.

Speaking on the amount of money said to have been embezzled by past leaders, Jonathan said the figures being mentioned are alarm­ing. He stated that missing or embezzled money are being presented as if they all happened during his five years tenure, whereas there are some being mentioned which happened before he came to power. He said since Minister of Informa­tion, Lai Mohammed, said 55 people, including gov­ernors embezzled money running into N1 trillion, he should have the names of those involved.

He, however, said the allegation that about one million barrel of oil was stolen everyday could not have been true, since the country, during his gov­ernment, was officially producing roughly above two million barrels a day, which was not consistent. He said if one million bar­rel was therefore, being stolen daily, there was no way the country could have survived.

Jonathan said the alle­gation was the same way somebody stated that $49.8 billion was missing, which he later said was $12 billion and later $20 billion, saying when the issue was raised by the German chancellor with him in a meeting, he told the foreign leader that if such amount of money was missing in Nigeria, the country would collapse.

He said in order to get to the root of the matter, his administration instituted a probe, which involved forensic audit that later proved that such amount of money was never missing.

Biafrans protesting in BRUXELLES EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT in Belgium.

 About thousands of Biafrans are protesting in BRUXELLES EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT in Belgium.

The protest is for the release of Nnamdi Kanu and the freedom of the sovereign state of Biafra.

“I Am Don Jazzy’s Child” Reekado Declares Exclusively!

Reekado Banks

 Ayoleyi Hanniel Solomon(Reekado Banks),Nigerian entertainer and
musician, has been on the high
rise to stardom since he joined
the Mavin crew in 2014. Speaking to TheCable, the 22-year-old
artiste talked about his aspirations and
what it means to be in the Mavin crew.


There were three other artists
nominated for the Next Rated act and I feel very good emerging winner of the category.


I don’t know how it was settled. I was
at the studio when Don Jazzy came in and told me that the rancour had been settled and that he had posted about it on Instagram.


I was fortunate enough not to be
restricted, all I did was tell my mum.
She told my dad and he said he don’t have a problem with that and that all he needed to be sure of was that I would not leave Jesus Christ.


It feels good to be a member of a
family with older and encouraging
people. That’s why I didn’t feel
awkward when Don Jazzy referred to
me as children at the Headies. I am
his child; he can call me child as long as he wants.


I love everyone but to be honest, Dija
is my favourite.


I’d like to get every award; I don’t have
anything in mind, I just want to play
music and enjoy myself. My mind is
not on awards; I just want everyone to
have fun. My greatest achievement is
that people enjoy themselves.


I don’t know what I would have done. I
guess I would have graduated and
gotten a job by now.


It’s very boring. I can do every other
thing I want except take a stroll on the
street and I miss that. I wasn’t
exposed because of the type of family
I came from; I was always indoors. I
had the most fun with my family. When I was in the university, I never
clubbed. My life has always been by
myself with my family and close
friends. The only thing I miss is that I
can’t take a stroll on the street.


I am single.

Buhari presents 2 anti-corruption bill to Senate for passage

As his campaign against corruption continues, President Buhari yesterday sent a letter to the Senate asking for the amendment of two bills that will advance his fight against corruption. The bills are the Money Laundering Prevention and Prohibition Bill 2016 and the Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Bill 2016. ‎
The Money Laundering Prevention and Prohibition Bill 2016, if passed into law, would expand the scope of money laundering offenses, provide protection for employees of various institutions as well as bodies who may discover money laundering, and the establishment of mutual legal assistance in criminal matters.

The bill if passed into law will also enhance customer due diligence, provide appropriate penalties and expand the scope of supervisory bodies, while recognizing the role of certain self-regulatory organisations to address the challenges faced in implementation of comprehensive anti-money regime.

The second bill, Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Bill 2016, seeks to facilitate the assistance of other countries whenever a criminal offence is committed outside Nigeria. Such assistance will include the provision and obtaining of evidence.‎ The Bill also seeks the making of arrangements for persons to give evidence or assist in criminal investigations; recovery, forfeiture or confiscation of property in respect of offences; the restraining of dealings in property or the freezing of assets that may be recovered. It also seeks the forfeiting, or confiscation in respect of offences, the execution of request for search and seizure, the location and identification of witnesses and suspects, the service of documents and other matters connected with it.
The letter reads in part “Money Laundering Prevention and Prohibition Bill 2016: This bill provides for the repeal of the Money Laundering Prohibition Act 2011, as amended in 2012, to make comprehensive provisions to prohibit the laundering of the criminal activities, expand the scope of money laundering offences, provide protection for employees of various institutions, bodies and professions who may discover money laundering, enhance customer due diligence, provide appropriate penalties and expand the scope of supervisory bodies, while recognising the role of certain self-regulatory organisations to address the challenges faced in implementation of comprehensive anti-money regime. The Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Bill 2016.
This bill seeks to facilitate the provision and obtaining by Nigeria of international assistance in criminal matters, including the provision and obtaining of evidence, the making of arrangements for persons to give evidence or assist in criminal investigations, recovery, forfeiture or confiscation of property in respect of offences; the restraining of dealings in property or the freezing of assets that may be recovered, forfeited or confiscated in respect of offences; the execution of request for search and seizure, the location and identification of witnesses and suspects, the service of documents and other matters connected herewith".

Why I Didn't Attend Bello's Inauguration as Kogi Gov - James Faleke

The running mate to Abubakar Audu, the late APC Kogi governorship candidate, James Faleke, yesterday said he was not invited to the swearing-in of Mr Yahaya Bello as governor.

In an interview with Channels TV, Faleke said he would not accept the position of deputy governor of the state.

“I am speaking before Nigerians and I am making it very clear that nobody reached out to me. Nobody from our party’s national secretariat or the state secretariat of our party ever reached out to me on this issue.

“The only time they ever reached out to me was on December 31… when the chairman of our party announced the decision of the National Working Committee to all of us to say the NWC had adopted Alhaji Yahaya Bello as the governorship candidate for the December 5 election.

“Thereafter, there was no consultation until today. I want to make it clear that the party chairman, Chief John Oyegun, that we saw as a father has decided to champion a cause that is anti-people. That is why we were not invited (for the inauguration).”

EFCC seals Borno House of Assembly

N600Bn Probe:EFCC seals Borno House of Assembly, as Hon members take to their heels. , APC Chairman Ali Dalori under House Arrest, Commissioners go under as Gov Shettima rushes back to Maiduguri from his hideout in Abuja.

Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Read this guys view of olisa Metu

26 APC top Members Who Has Properties In Dubai

Most of this people sponsored President Buhari's election, the question here is how is he going to reconcile that... 

According to sources, former Lagos State Governor, Bola Ahmed Tinubu is said to have six houses as well as several other business concerns in Dubai, Daily Onus reports.

Sokoto State Governor, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal is also said to have a property in Abu Dhabi

Atiku Abubakar aka Turaki, owns massive properties in Dubai, was highly critised for his son flamboyant Dubai wedding last two years.

Adams Aliyu Oshiomhole, owns properties in Dubai and some other African countries.

Gov Rauf Aregbesola also owns massive properties in Dubai.

Senator Rabiu Kwakwanso not only owns properties in Dubai but also in Doha.

Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi owns 3 five star hotels in Dubai as well as several businesses.

Chief Bisi Akande also owns properties in Dubai.

Others mentioned are Babatunde Fashola, Governor Tanko Almakura, Governor Kashim Shettima, Hon F. Gbajabiamila, Hajia Ramatu Tijjani  two houses in Abu Dhabi, and former Bayelsa State Governor Timipre Sylva

Also fingered are Minister of Interior, General Abdulrahman Dambazzau (rtd.), Alhaji Kawu Baraje, Dasuki Jalo owns a house in Abu Dhabi, Hon Temi Harriman, Gov. Rochas Okorocha, Senate President, Bukola Saraki, Chief Tom Ikimi, Senator George Akume, Chief Tony Momoh, Governor Aminu Masari, and Governor Nasir El Rufai is said to have shares in major companies in Dubai, also owns 6 houses in Abu Dhabi.

El Rufai’s expose continues as his wife, Hadiza Ahmed El-Rufai wife also owns 2 Boutiques in Dubai.

Monday, 25 January 2016

Barcelona's Mascherano Sentenced to One Year in Prison for Tax Fraud

A Spanish Court has sentenced Barcelona midfielder Javier Mascherano to a year in prison for Tax Fraud, Daily Mail reports.

The Argentine has also been hit with an additional fine of €815,000 for two counts of tax evasion

The 30 year old who was in court on Thursday morning, pleaded guilty to both charges. He admitted defrauding the treasury of €1.5m euros over 2011 and 2012, but insisted he had no idea about it.

He is however, unlikely to serve the sentence but will instead pay an additional fine.

Nigerian police explain why they have not arrested Tompolo

The Nigeria police have stated that they're yet to receive the bench warrant to arrest ex militant leader, Government Ekpemupolo (aka Tompolo).

This is coming about two weeks after Justice Ibrahim Buba of the Federal High Court, Lagos, issued a bench warrant for the arrest of former Niger Delta militant.

“We have not received the court order on Tompolo till now and that is why we have not effected his arrest,” Force Public Relations Officer, Olabisi Kolawole said.

A bench warrant had been issued against Tompolo ordering that he must be produced in court on February 8, 2016 “by all means to answer" to answer fraud charges leveled against him.


Buratai arms scandal

The Nigerian Army has issued a statement on alleged role of the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Yusuf Buratai in the $2.1billion arms deal fraud.

See statement below:


The Nigerian Army has noted with dismay the attempt to rubbish the hard earned name and reputation of the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Yusuf Buratai and the Nigerian Army by a faceless group that called itself Save the Nation Movement (STNM) through orchestrated campaign of calumny in the media. In a release signed by Steven Chilaka, its National Secretary on Sunday, they wanted the Chief of Army Staff to be included among those indicted in the ongoing probe of abuse of funds meant for the procurement of arms simply because he was the Director of Procurement at the Defence Headquarters (DHQ).

The public will recall our earlier warning of this type of campaign of calumny against the Nigerian Army and the Chief of Army Staff. This has reared its ugly head again. Unfortunately, the movement could not get their facts right as has always been the case with people with dubious intents.

Contrary to their mischief, it should be noted that General Buratai was Director of Procurement at Defence Headquarters from March 2014 to May 2015, not from 2012 to 2015 as they wished to mislead the public. Furthermore, there is the need to educate the ignorant group that, Defence Procurement in Nigeria is decentralised each Service is responsible for its procurement. It is advisable for the group to look elsewhere if they want to attack the Chief of Army Staff. For the avoidance of doubt, the Chief of Army Staff has never been involved in any questionable act throughout his career as military officer let alone when he was at the DHQ.

As a matter of fact, the Chief of Army Staff has always been a reference point in exemplary conduct, probity and integrity. It is on record that he voluntarily declared his assets both as Commander MNJTF and as Chief of Army Staff. In addition, he has directed all Nigerian Army officers to do so. One wonders what the faceless groups motive is and why they are in a hurry to rubbish the good name of the Chief Army Staff and the Nigerian Army, when there is a Presidential Panel already working selflessly. Why is the group trying to jump the gun. Let these mischievous elements which Steven Chilaka represents, allow the Panel to discharge its duties dispassionately as it is doing.

It is advisable also that the faceless group should get their facts right and not just merely speculate or disturb us with their wishful thinking. They should further understand that whatever mischievous intentions they have against the Chief of Army Staff and indeed, the Nigerian Army, both would not be deterred, we shall remain focused and never to be distracted. Consequently, the public is please requested to disregard the so called Movements evil machinations which would surely fall back on them.

Thank you.

Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman
Acting Director Army Public Relations

Rtd Col. Sabo Threatens to Level Niger Delta Communities

Rtd Col. Hassan Stan Sabo has threatened to level communities in the Niger Delta just as former President Obasanjo leveled Odi in Bayelsa state.

Sabo made the threat on live television during Channels TV Programme 'Sunrise Daily' while reacting to renewed bombing of oil pipelines. He said, "If I have my way, the Obasanjo levelling of Odi will take place in some of these ND communities if they don't fish out those boys"

"Niger Delta communities should hand in the criminals else they should be dealt the Odi treatment"

Guess he also practice celibacy, Don't rush into marriage-John Dumelo

Ghanaian actor John Dumelo says with the way marriages crash this days,it is not advisable to rush into marriage..He wrote
The rate at which marriages are collapsing these days is alarming. People rush into marriage for the wrong reasons. They feel it's just nice to marry. So Let's marry! They forget it takes a lot to stay married hence if you are not ready, don't rush into it. Don't let "external pressures" force you to get married. When/if marriage problems start, those who were giving you pressure will be nowhere to be found. God will reveal the right one at the right time, His time is the best! #jmelog

Say no to cultism! suspecteed cultists arrested in Lagos

The police on Monday paraded eight suspected cultists who have been terrorizing the residents of Bariga and its environs in Lagos State, western Nigeria.

The group allegedly burnt a house and set a 65-year old woman ablaze in Bariga last Saturday.
Among those arrested and paraded was the suspected leader of the gang, Tanimola Ogbere, also known as ‘Who Knows Tomorrow’.

Others paraded are Richard Abayomi, 30, Richard Ewa,31, Kayode Dada, 25 and Afex Olajide Fagunwa, 32.
Others include Nurudeen Lateef, 22, Mohammed Musa, 28, and Adamson Adelani.
The suspects were arrested after they allegedly invaded Bariga and burnt a house along with a woman.

Fracas broke out after a rival cult led by Ibrahim now at large reportedly killed two persons identified as Benmo and Abiye.
The incident in Bariga was a reprisal attack allegedly led by Ogbere.

Boko Haram why???

This is Major Abubakar Sadiq who was killed on the line of duty


Woman arrested by EFCC for paying her tithe in the church

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested a popular Abuja socialite who is also a top official of the Nigerian Prisons Service, Dr (Mrs) Imaobong Akon Esu-Nte. The suspect, a Grade Level 14 Officer with the Federal Ministry of Finance seconded to the Nigerian Prison Service as Head,  And for several hours, she was grilled by investigators over allegations bordering on corruption, abuse of office and money laundering.
EFCC officials said they received tip-off regarding the suspect’s lifestyle which was inconsistent with her position as a public servant on a monthly salary of N121, 460 ($751).
The suspect owns several exotic cars and properties scattered over the (Federal Capital Territory) Abuja. Among her properties is a palatial mansion, a duplex with two-bedroom Boys Quarters at Sun City Estate, Abuja and another duplex at Karu Extension, Abuja, which is nearing completion.
Three luxury automobiles were recovered from her at the time of arrest. They include a Mercedes Benz ML 350 4matic wagon, Mercedes Benz GL 500 SUV and a Toyota Sienna.
EFCC sources said Imaobong’s arrest was triggered by intelligence report on suspicious inflow of huge funds into her account with a new generation bank.
Close scrutiny of the account by investigators literally opened a can of worms, as it came to light that the suspect is the promoter and signatory to the accounts of three companies: Abasiaga Global Resources Limited, Abasiono Nigeria Limited and Ememima Global Ventures Limited, the companies were established after she was posted to the Nigerian Prison Service and all the directors are her children (Dr. Etsu Daniel, Eme Faith and Uwen David).
She is also the owner of two other companies- Darima Properties and ID Petroleum.
Haba! This woman is just a hustler nah...why arrest?

see what Actor Leonardo DiCaprio did for a movie scene

Leonardo DiCaprio spends 5 hours getting wounded for a scene in The Revenant Movie. And its all make-up... look so real

Nnamdi Kanu's Bail Application Adjourned To Friday

Justice James Tsoho of a Federal High Court in Abuja has fixed Friday for ruling on a bail application filed by leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra and founder of Radio Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, and two others with respect to the charges of treason preferred against him by the Federal Government.
Justice Tsoho adjourned for ruling after both the defence and the prosecution made counter submissions on the bail application on Monday.
The judge had on January 20 shortly after Kanu was arraigned along with two others – Benjamin Madubugwu and David Nwawuisi – ordered the Department of State Service to release the accused persons for remand in Kuje Prison.

Kanu was until January 20 in the custody of the DSS since he was arrested in a Lagos hotel on October 14, 2015 with respect to his agitation and radio broadcast for the secession of the Republic of Biafra from Nigeria.

Friday, 22 January 2016

We Won’t Provide Sureties For Metuh –jalo

The national leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party has said that it will not provide sureties for its National Publicity Secretary, Chief Olisa Metuh.

The party said since Metuh was being prosecuted for offences that have nothing to do with it, its embattled spokesperson should look for those who would stand as sureties for him.

Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Alhaji Abdullahi Jalo, in an interview with punch on Friday in Abuja said that it would be wrong for anyone to be expecting the party to provide sureties for Metuh when the party did not benefit from the money he allegedly collected from the former National Security Adviser, Lt Col. Sabo Dasuki (retd.).

Metuh is facing charges for allegedly collecting N400m from Dasuki, an offence the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission described as money laundering.

Though Metuh said he actually collected the money, he said it was for a job he did for former President Goodluck Jonathan.

Metuh has, however, remained silent on the type of job he allegedly did for the former President.

He is also being prosecuted by the EFCC for allegedly tearing the statement he made to the commission while under interrogation.

The PDP spokesperson has denied both offences, and he is currently being remanded in Kuje Prisons, Abuja, by two different courts pending the time he would meet the bail conditions.

There were anxieties on how he would meet the conditions in order to ease his release from the prisons.

Jalo, however, said the party would not be involved in the search for the sureties.

He said, “Metuh didn’t represent the party in the alleged crimes he’s being prosecuted. The party didn’t benefit from the alleged crime.

“So, he is going to look for sureties himself. We won’t be involved. He would carry his own cross alone, without the party being involved.”

However, the National Legal Adviser of the party, Mr. Victor Kwon, said friends and associates Metuh were “doing everything possible to get the sureties” as demanded by the courts.

Hilarious: President Buhari Fights Corruption In Dubai See Funny Photo

Lol... Buhari is fighting corruption even in dubai ...Change start with me

Leave those who have the responsibility to chase alleged looters and thieves to do their job-Senator Ben Bruce

     Nigerian Senator, Ben Murray-Bruce, has advised President Buhari on what to do, to bettering the Nigeria economy, hear him speak;

The reason we have a Ministry of Justice and an Attorney General, an EFCC with a Chairman, an ICPC with a Chairman and a Police force with an Inspector General of Police is so that the Commander-in-Chief can focus on the economy. Times are hard. Leave those who have the responsibility to chase alleged looters and thieves to do their job while you focus on steering the economy in the right direction so that Nigerians can have stability in their finances and plan for the future with peace of mind. Don't chase rats when your house is on fire.

My name is Ben Murray-Bruce and I just want to make Commonsense!

Itsekiris Warn Tompolo To Stop Bombing OIL Facilities In Itsekiri Land or...

thousands of Itsekiri youths have condemed the recent bombing of oil facilities arround oil field located in Itsekiri areas by Tompolo and his frustriated boys led by one old soldier. itsekiri youths have advised Tompolo to bomb facilities in his community and leave itsekiri area in peace. This is a ploy to direct military attacks on itsekiri communities. They noted that itsekiri communities are not EFCC office. If he has problem with EFCC, he should direct his bombing to EFCC office not our communities. Any further attack on facilities in Itsekiri communities will be taken as a declaration of war on itsekiri people and this will attract negative consequence. BE WARNED TOMPOLO.

Lassa fever claims live in Lagos

The Lagos State Government yesterday confirmed two more cases of Lassa fever in the state with one of the victims already dead.
The development brought the number of Lassa fever cases in the state to three, including the index case at Ahmaddiya Hospital in Ojokoro part of the state.
The Commissioner for Health, Dr Jide Idris, yesterday said the deceased is a a 51-year-old resident of Ilasan Leki and indigene of Edo State,was initially admitted at Divine Medical Centre in Ikoyi on January 12, this year, but died at 2 pm the same day before the result of the laboratory test that confirmed him positive was received.His corpse has been kept in the morgue in a leakproof body bag.

He said his ministry had listed 447 contacts of the confirmed cases and 438 (98 per cent) of the contacts were being monitored.

 The index case was responding to treatment at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH),while the second victim,a 36-year-old lady; an indigene of Kogi Statehas since been receiving antiviral medication.