Tuesday, 31 July 2012


An Owerri High Court presided over by Justice Nonyerem Okoronkwo, has sentenced Uchenna Uhuegbu, from Odunmara, Orodo, Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State, to death for the murder of an 18-month-old baby girl.

Uhuegbu was


The Lagos State Police Command has arrested Dare Oladujoye, a driver with Zenith Bank, for allegedly being in possession of 19 Guaranty Trust Bank ATM cards and the sum of N652, 000.


It was gathered from reliable source that the suspect was using the cards to withdraw money from an ATM at Ogba branch of GTB when a security guard raised the alarm.

The Commissioner of Police for the state police command, Mr. Umar Manko, said as of the time of his arrest, the suspect had withdrawn


 This is to inform all candidate that seat for Nnamdi Azikiwe University Post UTME Exams that UNIZIK awka, has released the 2012/2013 UNIZIK first batch admission list of successfully admitted students into degree programmes for the 2012/2013 academic session.


Candidates who met the earlier released UNIZIK departmental cut-off marks for their departments are to access the admission list by following the steps below:

1. Click  HERE to access the Admission Status Checking Portal
3. Click on Next
4. Your Admission status would be made available to you.

NOTE: The list is the first batch merit list, if you do not find your name, do not panic since other lists would follow soon.


The Joint Task Force (JTF) on Operation Restore Order (ORO) on Tuesday said it killed two suspected terrorists in Monguno Local Government Area (LGA) of Borno State.

The JTF Spokesman, Lt.-Col.Sagir Musa, stated this while briefing newsmen in Maiduguri.

He said the JTF also intercepted large quantities of


A 22 year-old driver, Kofi Mensah, who lives at Abaka in the Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese (AAK) District of the Central Region, has impregnated his 19-year-old biological sister, Ama Essumanba at Abaka. Essumanba, who is five months pregnant, has

Monday, 30 July 2012


Checkout the World Largest Family, This is The Man with 39 Wives, 94 Children and 33 Grandchildren From India.


They Live In village Indian state of Mizoram. Still very Young & Vibrant.....lol

NFL Player commits suicide

25 year old Tennessee Titans receiver, O.J. Murdock, shot himself in front of his high school in Tampa, Florida, this morning. Sad!

From Tennessean.com

Murdock was found in his car in front of Middleton High School, his alma mater, at 8:30 a.m., police said. He was transported to Tampa General Hospital in


Multiple bomb blasts hit two police stations in separate parts of Sokoto this morning. The attacks, according to police authorities, were carried out by suicide bombers suspected to be members of Boko Haram.

The first attack was targeted at the office of the Assistant Inspector General of Police, Zone 10, Sokoto, killing a police officer and injuring several policemen on duty. A second blast hit a police station located at Angwar Rago area of the state, killing the bomber and a lady hair dresser who was around the area when the bombs in the Volkswagen Golf salon car the suicide bomber was driving exploded.


'I am available to act nude' Fast rising actress, Susan Ekwe says

Susan Ekwe is the 25 year old daughter of veteran Nollywood actor, Ignis Ekwe. She's a graduate of Lagos State University and here's what she said when asked if she could act naked
I am weird and very daring, so yes, I can act nude. I am available to act nude. If I can go topless, what will stop me from acting nude? There is no big deal there because I feel that it is all about being professional.
When asked who foots her lavish lifestyle; frequent travels, shopping abroad etc, the actress replied:
My politician boyfriend of course. I met him in Abuja and I don't want to talk about him please.


Malta Guinness low sugar hosted Arsenal football club at the Eko hotel on the 29th of July, 2012. 75 lucky ticket winners were in the audience for an exclusive filming session at the Eko Hotel as dance sensation, Kaffy and her crew, taught the players steps

Gunmen in police uniform snatch Compass newspaper editor’s car

Armed robbers dressed in police uniform at about 10 p.m.on Sunday at gunpoint snatched a car from the Editor, Nigerian Compass newspaper, Mr. Gabriel Akinadewo. (pictured above)
The editor, who was in his Toyota Avensis car, 2008 model marked Ogun CP 11 AKM, was returning from

Venezuela’s top Diplomat in Kenya strangled to death inside her residence

The head of Venezuela’s embassy in Kenya was murdered at her official residence in the capital, police and foreign affairs ministry officials said on Friday.

Police said they believed the charge d’affaires, Olga Fonseca, was

Beware Of Okonji-Iweala`s Advice : Reps warns Jonathan

There seems to be no end in sight to the wrangling between the House of Representatives and the Presidency over the poor implementation of the 2012 budget, with the House throwing barbs at the Executive yesterday.

Nigeria has left
the military era behind, House spokesman Zakari Mohammed said at a special media briefing where the House faulted the Executive’s claim that the National Assembly’s input into the budget delayed its implementation. The National Assembly is no longer “a toothless bulldog”, Mohammed said.

The House also, in a direct reference, warned President Goodluck Jonathan against the kind of advice he gets from Finance Minister Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and other “un-elected appointees”, which might put his administration in more trouble.

Mohammed said: “The idea of

Nigerian basketball team win first Olympic game

The Nigerian basketball team this morning won their first game at the 2012 London Olympics, making the basketball team the first in Nigerian sporting history to win a basketball match at the Olympics.

They beat Tunisia 60-56 and need just one more win to get through to the next round. Go team Nigeria!


A 74-year-old Pensioner from Schwanstetten in southern Germany could not believe her eyes when she lifted her toilet sit and found a live Python in her Toilet, immediately she called the police, who tried to flush the serpent from its hiding place.


“However, the reptile was in

Saturday, 28 July 2012


South African Police Service on Wednesday made an arrest of a man who allegedly raped a 94 year old grandmother.

According to police spokesman, Col. Vincent Mdunge, the suspect is “a habitual criminal”
He said that the suspect appeared at the New Hanover Magistrate Court on Thursday.

“ The woman was raped in

SSS Arrests 7 Undergraduate Cultists for Rape

Seven students of one of the Colleges of Education in Kwara State have been apprehended by the State Security Service (SSS), on Friday for alleged abduction and rape of a female student.`

 Williams Alogba, the state Director of the SSS, made this known to journalists in Ilorin while parading the suspects. He said that the female student summoned courage to

Meet the Nigerian Team at the London 2012 Olympics

Team Nigeria has a total of 116 members: 55 athletes, 12 coaches, 29 administrators officers, 9 medical officials, 5 contingent officials and 6 secretariat officials.

Nigeria will be featuring


Performers during the Olympic Games 2012 Opening Ceremony at the Olympic Stadium, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday July 27, 2012. See PA story OLYMPICS Ceremony. Photo credit should read: John Giles/PA Wire. EDITORIAL USE ONLYThe Olympic rings are formed during the Olympic Games 2012 Opening Ceremony at the Olympic Stadium, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday July 27, 2012. See PA story OLYMPICS Ceremony. Photo credit should read: John Giles/PA Wire. EDITORIAL USE ONLY   Performers gather during the Opening Ceremony at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Friday, July 27, 2012, in London. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)A foundry is depicted during the London Olympic Games 2012 Opening Ceremony at the Olympic Stadium, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday July 27, 2012. See PA story OLYMPICS Ceremony. Photo credit should read: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire. EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Pictures of the London 2012 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony in London. The Olympic kicked off  last night in London and alot of events will begin today.Follow me here  and get all the updates.

Nigerian Senate President Demands Clampdown on Social Media

Senate President, Senator David Mark, Thursday, called for a check on the menace of the social media on the Nigerian society, saying that people now use them to demean their leaders.

Mark said the need to check the social media became necessary, as they do not have the avenue for retraction of whatever they had done. (Vanguard).

Una no serious, infact u no fit! shhhhh!

Friday, 27 July 2012

Two brothers caught with decomposing body parts of brother in Lagos

How do you even begin to view and comprehend this? Two brothers, Toye and Tola allegedly slaughtered their younger brother, Akunbuyi, and sold his limbs. Wonders they say,will never end. 
Viewer discretion advised.

The entire Festival Town in Lagos was

Thursday, 26 July 2012


The Nigerian Network of Women Exporters of Service (NNWES) has honoured Mr. Imeh Usua, an airport taxi driver that returned a bag belonging to a British passenger containing foreign currency worth N18 million, with


Nigerian Army, Thursday, unveiled and presented vehicle stoppers to some Churches and Mosques, as part of its corporate social responsibility in curtailing the spate of suicide bombing at worship centres across the country.

Presenting the devices in Abuja, the Chief of Civil Military Affairs, Major Gen. Bitrus Kwaji said


Controversial actress, Tonto Dikeh has shown the other side of herself again by offering to give out one million Naira to anyone that tells her the meaning of her nickname, Poko.

Tonto is


A baby girl identified as Nafisat has been born with many legs in Borno State, Nigeria.

Baby Nafisat was born to the Ahmed family in Bayo LGA of Borno state on the 18th of June, 2012.

The family’s joy quickly turned to sorrow as they

Graphic Photo: Two men behead 7 year old boy for N250k

                The two men who beheaded a little boy Left: 30 year old Ishaya Dakulung and (right) 25 year John Yakubu

7 year old Samu Danjuma was John Yakubu's neighbour's child in Nasarawa. Yakubu was said to have lured the little boy to a forest where he beheaded him and dumped his body in a stream. Yakubu then took his head to Ishaya in Abuja who promised him N250, 000 for fresh human head. Dakulung was to give the head to someone else for ritual purposes, but fortunately the two men were accosted and arrested by men of the SSS following a tip off. They were paraded to newsmen this week in Abuja.

Man dupes girlfriend of N400,000

A 23-year- old man, Austin Giwa, has been arraigned before an Egor Magistrate’s Court sitting in Benin City, Edo State for allegedly duping his fiancee of N400,000 under the pretence of assisting her procure travelling documents to the United States of America.
Police prosecutor, Mr. Thomas Omokaro, told

20 houses burnt over youth’s death in Rivers

 NO fewer than 20 houses, were, yesterday, set ablaze in Omudioga community, Emohua Local Government Area of Rivers State, when irate youths reportedly went berserk over the death of a youth, who

Falling container kills female pedestrian on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

   Scene of the accident

A female pedestrian was crushed to death on Thursday morning at Berger area of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway by a container after it fell from a moving trailer.

The trailer was heading out of Lagos around 7a.m when it lost one

Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Army officers accosted by Gov Fashola on BRT lane to pay N25,000 fine

The army officers ACCOSTED by Governor Fashola on July 17th for taking the designated BRT lane will pay a mandatory fine, the Nigerian army said yesterday. The two officers will pay N25, 000 each for the traffic offense and other army personnel have been warned by the Nigerian Army to obey the laws of the state.

Turai Yar’Adua & Patience Jonathan to settle land dispute out of court

You hear some things and you shake your head. Our former first lady, Turai Yar'Adua and current first lady, Patience Jonathan took themselves to court over a property they are both squabbling over. And to save the country from further embarrassment, the

Tuesday, 24 July 2012


These are the Popular List of Nigeria Made English most especially Used by the Igbos in Lagos and other Part of Nigeria lol.

*If I hear pim, u go hear weeen.

EFCC lists 1st batch of alleged fuel subsidy fraudsters to be prosecuted

EFFC is now ready to prosecute fuel subsidy fraudsters and they've released the names of the first batch of suspects to be prosecuted in court. There are seven

William Balfour gets 3 life sentences for the deaths of JHud's family

William Balfour, the man accused of murdering singer Jennifer Hudson's mum, brother and nephew in 2008, was yesterday July 24th sentenced to three consecutive life terms in prison.

Ghana gets new president

Ghana's new president is 53 year old writer and historian, John Dramani Mahama. Mahama had been the vice president before he was sworn in as president yesterday evening following the sudden death of John Atta Mills.

Bracket(yoro-yori masters) relocates

The duo of Vast and Smash of Bracket music group have relocated from their base in Tajudeen Olanrewaju Estate, Yaba, to a more expensive and posh duplex apartment at Bourdilon Court, Lekki, highbrow of Lagos.
The Yori-Yori crooners, who have now joined the league of entertainment big wigs residing on the Island, relocated to their new abode few weeks ago. 
Meanwhile, the second phase of the musical group’s tour of the United States of America will commence on Saturday, 4 August, 2012 in Baltimore before moving to other cities such as Minnesota, Atlanta, Rode Island, Chicago, Miami, New York and Philadelphia where they will also be given an honorary award by the Mayor of Philadelphia

Colorado shooting: Three men died taking bullets for their girlfriends

Written by Michael Skolnik 
Bullets. Bullets. More Bullets. And even more bullets. One shot. Two shot. Three shot. More shot. Screams of agony. Cries of babies. Yells of children. the dark night.
Out of breathe. We grab those around us.  We run to red lights of exit signs amid the darkness. We lay prone on the floor.  We pretend to be dead hoping someday we will breathe again. We jump on top of those we love hoping that if one more bullet comes our way, it hits us and not them. hoping. Truly hope that the bullet hits me. a strange thought. A thought that we never thought we would have thought.
We walk gently through life never imagining moments like these. There is no practice. No manual. No preparation. We rely purely on our instincts. Purely on the connection between our thoughts and the movements of our bodies. There is no time for contemplation.  No time for reason. No time for time itself. Only time for hope and prayers.

Deep prayers. Deep breaths. One breath. Two breath. Three breath. No breath. Three men. Three men jumped on top their girlfriends as bullets flew through Theater Nine at Century Cinemas in Aurora, Colorado on Friday morning. Amidst chaos. Amidst gunfire. Amidst tear gas. These three men thought of the women they loved and used their bodies to protect them. They threw them to the floor. Under the seats. They held them tight. They held onto their beautiful women as tight as they possibly could. Lying on top of their bodies in case a bullet came their way.

All three of their girlfriends survived this unfathomable early morning massacre. Jansen Young, Samantha Yowler and Amanda Lindgren made it out of the theater that night to breathe another breath. The breaths are hard to finish because the three men, the three boyfriends took bullets. They took bullets to save their ladies.
Jansen had the courage to recall those last moments, "There was kind of a break in between each gunshot. Every gunshot, I was like, ‘This is it . . . I’m done for.’ Jon gave me one good push against that concrete again and then . . . I didn’t really feel his arms against my back anymore but I knew he was still there.” When the gunshots went quiet, Jansen realized her boyfriend was shot. “I started shaking him and saying, ‘Jon, Jon, we have to go . . . it’s time for us to get out of here." But he didn't move. His breath was gone.

However, his heroic act will forever be remembered. And so will the bravery of the other two men.
These were the last moments of three heroes.
Jon Blunk, Matt McQuinn and Alex Teves.
Remember these names.
~Michael Skolnik

Jon Blunk and his girlfriend, Jansen Young
Matt McQuin and his girlfriend, Samantha Yowler

Alex Teves and his girlfriend, Amanda Lindgren

Man loses seven children to Jos flood

Abdulramid Useni, a resident of Gangere in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State, who lost seven children to the flood, said he was yet to comprehend what happened to him.

“My world is finished. Where do I start from?” he asked our correspondent in an emotion laden voice.
Useni said they were sleeping when it happened.
He said, “All of us were sleeping. I, my wife and our 12 children were sleeping in the house when all of a sudden, there was this sudden surge of flood which took over our house. Before we could do anything, the house collapsed and the flood swept all of us away, including the house.
“I was able to survive because I clung to a pole. It was a matter of life and death as I was there until the flood subsided.”
Useni said he had found the bodies of six of his children while he was yet to locate one.
He said he and his wife and five other children survived to tell the story, adding that it was by the grace of God that his other children survived. Useni said he and the surviving members of his family were taking shelter in one of the displaced people’s camps in Rikkos.
Community Leader of Gangere, Gudu Usman-Ali, described the Sunday flood which killed no fewer than 38 people as a disaster. Mahmud told our correspondent in Jos that the flood was the worst the community had experienced in recent times.
He said the rain started at about 7.15pm and became heavier by 9.30pm when the floods overflowed the banks of River Rikkos.
Mahmud said, “We were in the mosque when the calamity started. The rain just started washing away houses and carrying people, some of whom were asleep.”
He said the floods overran three districts of Rikkos Tudun, Gangere and Angwan Rogo, adding that more than 20 people had been confirmed dead while scores of others were still missing. He called on the government to hasten rescue efforts and provide relief materials to displaced persons


Monday, 23 July 2012

James Holmes, the Colorado mass murderer and the American legal system

The American legal system is already making excuses for the Colorado theater mass murderer, James Holmes, the 24 year old who went into a movie theater packed with movie-goers and shot 71 people, killing 12. According to lawyers and FBI profilers who analyzed his case this afternoon (Holmes is due

Delta Head of Service shot, survives kidnapping attempt

Mr Okey Ofili, the Head of Service of Delta, on Sunday survived a suspected kidnapping attempt, police said. According to the police source, Ofili sustained gunshot injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment.

It was learnt that the incident occurred

Mariah Carey replaces J.Lo as judge on 'American Idol'

Mariah Carey has officially joined 'American Idol' as season 12 judge, replacing Jennifer Lopez who quit last week. The singer was unveiled today by Fox Broadcasting Company as the new judge

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Mariah will earn $17 million, $2 million more than Jennifer Lopez earned.

AEPB casual workers hold Director, staff hostage

No fewer than 40 casual workers of the Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB), on Monday morning, barricaded the entrance gate of the head office of the board located at the Central Business District, Abuja, to protest against non-payment of their wages.

The workers, who had gathered outside the gate at about 8a.m., refused to allow the Director of the board, Issa Shuaib, and the staff to move out of the office premises.

They sang various songs of protest to press home their demand.

One of the protesters, who stripped himself naked, said it was disheartening that AEPB treated them this way.
Another casual worker who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the board had not been paying their salaries for the last four months, despite the services they had been rendering.

"We were recruited as Enforcement Squad of the AEPB last year July and were trained at the NYSC Orientation Camp, Kubwa. The board gave us a black T. Shirt uniform and we were deployed to various parts of the FCT to arrest anyone who engages in street trading and other activities contrary to the law of the board," he explained.

"This year, we got the information that the director wanted to lay us off and in the bid to perfect that, he refused to pay us our pay. We have had series of meetings with him during which he promised to pay us, even if we have to go, but all to no avail."

He called on the FCT minister, Senator Bala Muhammed, to come to their rescue.
However, when contacted on telephone, the Head of Information of the AEPB, Joe Okairo, refused to comment on the issue. Instead, he asked the reporter to come inside the office.

Source: Daily Times

Jealous woman bathes lover with acid in Calabar

The police in Calabar, Cross River State, have arrested a nurse, Dorothy Hayford Nkanu, who allegedly poured acid on her lover, Edmund Educhukwu (pictured above) on suspicion that he was dating another lady.

Neighbours later rushed Edmund to the University

Zambia Excludes Nigeria From Visa Free Countries

Zambia has excluded Nigeria among the African and Commonwealth countries that do not require visa to enter the country.

Ordinarily, Nigerians should obtain Zambian visa at the point of entry into that country but