Saturday, 25 March 2017
Last week, in an exclusive chat with Saturday Beats, mother of one, Ayomide Labinjo, had alleged that pop singer, Davido, is the father of her three-year-old child, Anuoluwapo.
Tuesday, 21 March 2017
Gunmen killed 17 people, mostly women and children, after invading a farming community in central Nigeria, police said Tuesday, the latest violence linked to grazing rights disputes.
The attack in Benue State occurred Monday, state police spokesman Moses Yamu told AFP, saying attackers on motorcycles and in a car opened fire on a market and set buildings on fire.
“There was indeed an attack yesterday afternoon on a market in Zaki Biyam by unknown persons. Seventeen people were killed and 11 injured by the gunmen,” Yamu said.
“We have not made any arrests and we are yet to find out the motive for the attack. We have been given some names of people suspected of involvement in the attack and we are on their trail.”
An investigation is under way.
Nollywood actress, Bose Alao, took to IG to share direct messages she received from a lady who claims her footballer husband is cheating on her with fellow actress, Bidemi Kosoko.
His mother has come out to say the body recovered by marine policemen is not that of her son.
The spokesperson for the Zone 2 Police Command, SP Dolapo Badmos said,
“The mother has come to identify the body recovered, but she said the deceased was not her son.”
They are all pregnant at the same time and dazzled in all shades of beauty in their maternity photoshoot..
Saturday, 18 March 2017
A Benin-based lady who caught her boyfriend cheating on her and started asking questions, was reportedly assaulted by her boyfriend @maca_veli, just right infront of the girl she caught him with.
Her worried friend who sent in the post, with pictures of injuries her friend sustained from the assault wrote;AQW2
Reverend Woyin Karowie, has made history as the first black bishop in the Church of England since John Sentamu was consecrated in 1996.
The former doctor turned Priest, was yesterday consecrated as Bishop of Woolwich/Diocese of Southwark London. The consecration of Bishop Woyin born in June 1958.
A former boxer apparently killed himself rather than face deportation back to Zimbabwe from the UK.
Bhekitshe Moyo had lived in London for 15 years but had recently been informed he would have to leave. Moyo, 42, a former bank manager, taught boxing to children near his home in Wallington.
Moyo's family grew alarmed when posted on Facebook on 6 March:
"I shed a tear as I write this because I will not be there when a new and just work is built. I have to sleep now. I love you all. Now be good to one another. Peace." His body was found near Mitcham Common in the early hours of the following morning.
A 22-year-old Nigerian man, admitted to police he exposed himself to at least three women in a Shopko parking lot at 55 Lake Boulevard in Redding.
Kawan Okoye Gaidowsky admitted to the Redding Police Department he was driving a gray, 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt when he pulled up next to a woman in the Shopko parking lot, pulled out his penis and began to masturbate on Wednesday morning around 8:42 a.m., police said.
The woman, Ashlee Libolt, reported the car's description and license plate to police.
A police officer checked the car's records and found it was registered to Gaidowsky. He was feeling extra generous when he was interviewed by police and admitted he did expose himself to Libolt in the parking lot, but also exposed himself to two other female victims who were caught in his exposure spree, police said.
One exposure was last month and the other was not reported, according to Sgt. Les James.
Gaidowsky was arrested for investigation of indecent exposure and booked at the Shasta County Jail.
Police say there may be more victims, because Gaidowsky admitted this isn't the first time he's exposed himself in public.
Friday, 10 March 2017
The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, on Thursday intervened in the inter-bank foreign exchange market for the fifth time in three weeks by offering $100 million for wholesale requests.
Out of the total offering, CBN spokesperson, Isaac Okorafor, said about $70 million was sold to meet requests for business/personal travel allowances, BTA/PTA.