According to a twitter user, @Afolashade_, here's what happened. The brutalized man sitting, simply identified as James, is a house cleaner who stole $2,600 from his employers. Luckily, they were able to recover $1,300 from him. The balance was however already spent with his girlfriend receiving more than his family. James sent ₦5000 home to his mother in Aba, His brother, ₦7000, His wife and two kids, ₦35000, a friend $600 and his girlfriend, $1000.
A British teachers' union wants to teach children as young as 2 years old about transgender and LGBTQ issues, but conservatives and faith-based organizations have made their disapproval known and have said such a move is an infringement on parental rights. The British National Union of Teachers (NUT) called on members this week at their annual conference in Wales to promote LGBTQ issues to children. starting as early as nursery school.
Terwase Akwaza aka Ghana (pictured) has been declared wanted by the Nigeria Police Force. A warrant of arrest has been duly obtained from Court for the arrest of Akwaza aka Ghana and he is wanted for the merciless killings of seventeen (17) innocent persons, wanton destruction of properties worth millions of naira by arson, at Zaki Biam on 20th March 2017, and for the killing in cold blood of about fifty (50) people in other locations in Benue State.
A US woman who identifies herself as ‘Shelbs’ on Twitter, shared a photo of herself in a dress and captioned it: "Heard it was sundress season" but rather than compliment her dress, everyone started to point out how dirty her room looked, and it went viral, lol. Her photo has been trending on social media for over 3 days now and doesn't seem to stop anytime soon. Someone advised her to take advantage of the 15 min fame to ask HGTV to build her a closet.
Nigerian pastor Tim Omotoso was arrested on Thursday at the Port Elizabeth Airport by the Hawks and police's tactical response unit. He made his first appearance at the Port Elizabeth Magistrate's Court Friday, on human trafficking charges. The televangelist is accused of allegedly molesting congregants, some of them as young as
In a court ruling issued today, all of Uber’s services have been banned in Italy after a judge in Rome ruled in favor of Italy’s major taxi associations that the ride-hailing service amounted to unfair competition. The ruling means Uber’s Black, Lux, Suv, X , XL, Select, and Van services are all blocked from operating in Italy and Uber cannot advertise at all in the country.
Uber’s lawyers said in a statement says:
According to Reuters, out of the 35 women captured by the Islamic state fighters in Sirte, Libya, 5 Nigerian women were discovered to be part of the women captured and turned into sex slaves for months by ISIS. The 5 Nigerians, 2 children and 28 Eritreans were rescued by Libyan forces last December but made to face detention in a Misrata prison.
DSP Joseph Alabi, the spokesman of the Lagos Airport Police Command, confirms that the Italian government has deported 40 Nigerians for committing various offences in the country. The deportees, all men, arrived at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Lagos on Tuesday night, April 4, 2017 in a chartered aircraft with registration number EL-SMU/3737.
Zamfara State Governor, Dr. Abdulaziz Yari Abubakar, denied attributing the outbreak of the deadly Cerebral Spinal Meningitis to God’s punishment arising from fornication and other forms of disobedience to God. Rather, the governor said he actually lamented the paucity of appropriate vaccines to confront the outbreak of the fatal disease in his state and called for urgent assistance from relevant government agencies to contain the ailment.
Magaji Dansale, the 57-year old man that raped his seven-month-old step-daughter, leaving her in a critical condition, has finally confessed to committing the ungodly act. The culprit who was on Friday paraded alongside other suspects at the police headquarters in Katsina State, told journalists that he had several dreams in which he became rich once he had sexual intercourse with the infant.
The Director Defence Information (DDI), Major-Gen. John Eneche, says that the military has failed to capture the leader of Boko Haram sect, Abubakar Shekau because there have been so many Shekau faces in the sect. Eneche said the military is working towrds capturing the real Shekau. The Defence spokesperson said this at a press conference in Abuja.