Inside life! Man bites woman’s breast during fight

Inside life! Man bites woman’s breast during fight 

A 22-year-old man, Precious Michael, who allegedly bit a woman on her breast, on Wednesday, appeared in a Magistrates’ Court in Asaba, Delta state.

The police charged Michael with assault and causing grievous hurt.

The Prosecution Counsel, Mrs. Blessing Okafor, told the court that Michael assaulted Miss Ella Ibeawzie, near the Royal park Hotel, Asaba.

Okafor alleged that the defendant bit Ibeawzie on her breast and also knocked out her tooth during an altercation.

She alleged that the defendant also tore Ibeawzie’s dress, valued at N4,000.

The offence, she said, is punishable under sections 355 and 451 of the Criminal Code Cap C21 Vol 1 laws of Delta state of Nigeria 2006.

The accused pleaded not guilty.

Magistrate Edith Anumodu admitted the defendant to bail in the sum of N50,000 with one surety in like sum.

Anumodu ordered that the surety must provide an affidavit of mean.

She adjourned the case until Aug. 20 for definite hearing. (NAN)
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Sports: Cameroonian footballer livestreams own sex tape

Sports: Cameroonian footballer livestreams own sex tape

Cameroonian striker, Clinton N’Jie, 25, posted a sex tape live stream of himself via his Snapchat.

The former Tottenham forward accidentally broadcast himself and a female partner in a compromising position.

He later confirmed that he had been out, drinking to celebrating a new contract after agreeing to join Dynamo from Marseille.

He claimed that he had been trying to Google his own name to read about the transfer when he mistakenly pressed the wrong tab.

The Cameroon international has however apologised for the video.

The footage was viewed by thousands of people before N’Jie realised his error and deleted the video, but by then it was too late.

“I’m sorry, I had drunk too much. I celebrated my new contract and wanted to read the news. I pressed the wrong button,” reports Independent UK.
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Gospel music: Nsikan Umoh – I Give myself away

Gospel music: Nsikan Umoh – I Give myself away
Nsikan Umoh – Give myself away

Nsikan Umoh – I Give myself away
NSIKAN UMOH(NK) is a minister of gospel both in song and with the speaking word of life, with the help of the Holy spirit I’m fully persuaded that God has given me this ministry in order for him to use me as a vessel and impact his words into these generation and generation to comes. 
With God’s grace and mercy I started my ministry since 2000, and God has been faithful even till this very moment. However, as it is written: ‘what no eye has seen, what no ear has heard, and what no human mind has conceived the things God has prepared for those who love him. Therefore with all reason, I’m ready to carry out the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to the next generation.
INSPIRATION of this powerful worship song (I give myself away) is a song of spirit full with spiritual impaction that will get you closer to know the God that you are serving… I was deeply moved in my spirit when this powerful song of worship dropped in my spirit, then I perceived that no matter how long I have been in Christ Jesus if I fail to give myself away fully to God, definitely I will not be able to function well as I should. However it is good for someone to genuinely devoted his or her self to serve the living God, Jesus Christ… I tell you with the help of the Holy spirit, this powerful song of worship will affect your spiritual life in a better way and get you closer to Jesus Christ. Feel free to download it THANK YOU all.

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Ministerial updates: Senate resumes ministerial screening

Ministerial updates: Senate resumes ministerial screening


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Lai Mohammed (Kwara State) arrives for screening
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Nanono takes a bow
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Nanono: Our problem is mustering the political will to move us forward in this country. With the right political will, the sky is the limit. 

Nanono fails to provide an answer on the annual budget of the National Assembly.
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12:35
Senator Sadiq Umar to Nanono: "Do you think the National Assembly is a budget-consuming centre considering that we barely get three per cent of the national budget?"
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12:35
Sabo Nanono (Kano State) arrives for screening
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Saleh Mohammed takes a bow
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Senator Danjuma Goje: "The President has made a good choice because he comes from the most inaccessible part of Nigeria. The roads leading to Jalingo from all sections of the country are very bad. He should go to the Ministry of Works. How will you solve the problem of roads?"

Mohammed: "These roads have been our problem for decades. Maybe we didn’t have good representatives from the Federal Government until this time around."
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Senator Orji Kalu: Engineer Mohammed is not very eloquent. You might see him having stage fright but he is a proper engineer. I have worked with him.

Kalu added that he wished Mohammed would take a bow.
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Saleh Mohammed takes the podium
Ministerial nominee, Saleh Mohammed from Taraba State takes the podium.
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Day 5: Senate resumes ministerial screening
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Ministerial nominees yet to be screened...
Yet-to-be screened ministerial nominees:

1.    Lai Mohammed (Kwara)
2.    Sabo Nanono (Kano)
3.    Engr. Saleh Mamman (Taraba) 
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Ministerial nominees screened so far...
1.      Uchechukwu Ogah (Abia)
2.      Godswill Akpabio (Akwa Ibom)
3.      George Akume (Benue)
4.      Ogbonnaya Onu (Ebonyi)
5.      Emeka. Nwajuaba (Imo)
6.      Olorunnibe Mamora (Lagos)
7.      Olamilekan Adegbite (Ogun)
8.      Adamu. Adamu (Bauchi)
9.      Rotimi Amaechi (Rivers)
10.  Sharon Ikeazor (Anambra)
11.  Tayo Alasoadura (Ondo)
12.  Mustapha Shehuri (Borno)
13.  Abubakar Aliyu (Yobe)
14.  Bashir Magashi (Kano)
15.  Ramatu Aliyu (Kogi)
16.  Timipre Sylva (Bayelsa)
17.  Zubairu Dada (Niger)
18.  Chris Ngige (Anambra)
19.  Abdullahi Hassan (Nasarawa)
20.  Sunday Dare (Oyo)
21.  Muhammad Bello (Adamawa)
22.  Sadiya Farouq (Zamfara)
23.  Zainab Ahmed (Kaduna)
24.  Adeniyi Adebayo (Ekiti)
25.  Abubakar Malami (Kebbi)
26.  Hadi Sirika (Katsina)
27.  Osagie Enahire (Edo)
28.  Paullen Tallen (Plateau)
29.  Festus Keyamo (Delta)
30.  Ali Isa Pantami (Gombe)
31.  Maigarai Dingyadi (Sokoto)
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OMG! Nigerian kingpin, Victor who is currently jailed in India has been busted ‘again’ for running an interstate drug racket from inside the Kapurthala Prison

OMG! Nigerian kingpin, Victor who is currently jailed in India has been busted ‘again’ for running an interstate drug racket from inside the Kapurthala Prison

A Nigerian jailed in India has been busted for running an interstate drug racket from inside the Kapurthala Prison in Punjab.
Nigerian kingpin Victor
The Nigerian simply identified as Victor was busted after India’s Counter Intelligence Wing Jalandhar arrested two smugglers with links to him, both the Times of India and tehelka.com reported. The cops recovered one kilogram of heroin from the smugglers identified as Gurvinder Singh of village Noorpur Hakima in Moga district and his associate Ranjit Singh of Mehatpur in Jalandhar district.
AIG Counter Intelligence, Jalandhar, chief Harkamalpreet Singh Khakh said that they received a tip off that Gurvinder Singh, who has links with Nigerian Delhi-based smugglers, was smuggling a big Heroin consignment in a Tata Sumo along with his associate Ranjit Singh.
“Preliminary investigation of the arrested accused revealed that both were involved in drug smuggling from the past few years. They are already facing cases and were lodged in jails for these cases”, said the AIG.
In jails, they met Nigerian Delhi-based smugglers before contacting Victor, in Kapurthala jail via mobile phone and started trafficking Heroin from Delhi to Punjab, at his behest. The arrested smugglers had never met Victor before and were not in Kaputharla Prison with him. They linked up by phone, reports said.
Victor was arrested in March this year with 2.5kg of heroin Harkamalpreet Singh Khakh said a separate case has been registered against Victor under The Prisons Act, 1894 as two mobile phones and one SIM card were also recovered from him. A case under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 has been registered against the arrested smugglers at Sultanpur Lodhi Police station.
Gurwinder had come out of jail on bail in April this year, and his associate Ranjit got bail in December 2018.
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Photos - Actress Regina Daniels share photos from her sick bed

Photos - Actress Regina Daniels share photos from her sick bed

Nigerian Actress, Regina Daniels has taken to her Insta story to share photos that showed her on drip, suggesting she is ill.
The wife of billionaire businessman, Ned Nwoko shared a video of her on bed rest receiving drips and trying to recuperate.
The cause of her illness is still unknown.
However, there have been speculations that the actress might be pregnant, even though she hasn’t revealed the cause of her present condition.


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Just in: Accept God’s will, Buhari tells parents of slain corper Precious Owolabi

Just in: Accept God’s will, Buhari tells parents of slain corper Precious Owolabi

President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday urged family members of the deceased corps member, Precious Ayo to accept the will of God in good faith.


Recall that Ayo was killed during a protest by members of Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) otherwise known as Shiites in Abuja on July 22.

Buhari, who was represented by the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, advised the family to take heart, saying that the loss would never be forgotten.

During the condolence, Osinbajo engaged the father of the deceased, Owolabi Ayo in a heart-to-heart discussion.

Addressing Journalists during the condolence, the Director-General, National Youths Service Corps (NYSC), Brig.-Gen. Shu’aibu Ibrahim, described last Monday as a very sad day for the NYSC family.

“Actually, last Monday was a very sad day for the NYSC family and for the Vice President to come on behalf of the President on condolence with the family is an indication that the Federal Government really cares for the NYSC.

“And the welfare of the NYSC is paramount to the Federal Government, we appreciate it and I can assure you that we have learnt a lesson from what had happened.

“As you can see, the corps members are very proud of the Federal Government for the President to come to this house, this indicated that Precious Owolabi is a hero, he died in the service of our country.”


The Vice President was accompanied by Gov. Nasiru el-Rufai of Kaduna State, Council Chairmen of Zaria, Sabongari and Kudan Local government Areas.

Meanwhile, the Federal Government’s request for the proscription of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has been granted by a Federal High Court in Abuja on Friday.

Justice Nkeonye Maha issued the order in a ruling in which she also designated the activities of the Shiite organisation in any part of Nigeria “as acts of terrorism and illegality”.
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MEN IN THE KITCHEN Premieres this August! On DSTV

  MEN IN THE KITCHEN Premieres this August! On DSTV
 MEN IN THE KITCHEN Premieres this August! On DSTV

MEN IN THE KITCHEN


The much awaited Television African kitchen titled Men in the Kitchen, debuts this August.
It is a TV Magazine program on the platform of NTA2 Channel 5 on DSTV Channe114.

It's a pure afrocentric cook programme that promotes the ideal method of preparing Nigerian and African soup using the pattern of our fore fathers. It unleashes the secrets of longevity  of our fathers who enjoyed their meals without artificial seasonings and laboratory generated conduments.
The meals sourced from different ethnic settings are prepared by MEN. Well trained Chefs are in charge of the kitchen. Viewers are taken through systematic methods of combining the recipes to make great taste for a healthy meal.
Conceptualized by a seasoned Engineer; Sir.  Akhemini Ekanem-Udom whose quest for great health for the populace has come  to stay. The vision of Men in the Kitchen Ltd, the holding production company located at the Lekki axis of Lagos Nigeria is basically to bring  back our healthy culture to our homes. To this end, we have in place an organized training center where chef as well as house wives are given practical orientation on how to prepare home made healthy food. We also promote and provide trusted and well tutored home cook for busy executives to ensure healthy living.
The Television programme is produced and Directed by a quintessential Broadcaster and Public Relation guru, Ralph Nwafor while the kitchen is anchored by a Chef of vast experience,  Chef Bassey Udoma.
We are graciously open for partnership and Sponsorship of this pioneering program on TV which we believe will hand an astronomic mileage to any partner.

Every episode you watch, adjusts your menu for the week. Our website is robust and accessible at www.meninthekitchen.com.ng
DSTV premieres MEN IN THE KITCHEN this August!
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WAEC 2019: WAEC withheld Results of 180,205 candidates

WAEC 2019: WAEC withheld Results of 180,205 candidates

The West African Examination Council has disclosed that, of the 1,590,173 candidates who registered and sat for the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination for School Candidates, 180,205 candidates currently have their results withheld.

This was made known by WAEC’s Head of Nigeria National Office, Mr. Olu Adenipekun, at a briefing on Friday at the Council’s national office in Yaba, Lagos.

Adenipekun said, “The results of 180,205 candidates, representing 11.33 per cent of the total number of candidates that sat the examination are being withheld in connection with various reported cases of examination malpractice.

“The cases are being investigated and reports of the investigations will be presented to the appropriate committee of the Council in due course.

“The committee’s decisions will be communicated to the affected candidates through their various schools.”


The Council also reported that 1,918 candidates with varying degrees of special needs were registered for the examination.

“Out of the number, 299 were visually challenged, 842 had impaired hearing, 158 had low vision, 75 were spastic cum mentally challenged and 85 were physically challenged,” Adenipekun added.

The PUNCH reports that a total of 1,596,161 candidates registered for the examination from 18,639 recognised secondary schools in Nigeria.

Of that number, 1,590,173 candidates wrote the examination, comprising 822,098 males, and 768,075 females.

“This represents 51.70 per cent and 48.30 per cent respectively,” Adenipekun noted.
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Xenophobia: Fedral Government ought to demand justice – AFRPN

Xenophobia: Fedral Government ought to demand justice – AFRPN

The Association of Foreign Relations Professionals of Nigeria (AFRPN) has urged the Federal Government to demand justice for the killing of its citizens living abroad in line with the country’s foreign policy.

President of AFRPN, Amb. Gani Lawal, gave the advice on Thursday in Abuja during a pre-event briefing on the Second Annual Lecture of the association scheduled to hold on July 31 in Abuja.

Lawal said that one of the objectives of Nigeria’s foreign policy was for the government to ensure the protection of Nigerians living in other countries and to demand for justice in the case of death or harm.

According to Lawal, the Foreign Policy of any nation should be in line with maintaining international peace and security.

“If you look at the foreign policy objectives of Nigeria, one of it is to protect the lives of Nigerians all over the world.

“Our foreign policy is woven around the protection of Nigerians, but where there are individual cases, we would have to look at individual cases and find out what is responsible for it and deal with it squarely.

“Such instances as the killing of Nigerians in South Africa and other countries as a result of some area boys going around because of jealousy of Nigerians doing well.

“In terms of government response, it is to ensure that culprits are brought to book and dealt with decisively in order to serve as deterrence to would be attackers.

“That is what Foreign Policy can do – to demand from the governments of those countries where Nigerians are being killed and ask for restitution for the families of those killed.

“There have been occasions where we did that through our foreign policy, asking that those people, who are involved must be dealt with and there must be a way of pacifying the families concerned,” Lawal said.

Lawal said that frank discussions on Nigeria’s Foreign Policy making would feature in the course of the workshop to come up with the way forward going by the caliber of the guest lecturer and participants.

He said that in its first year of operation, the AFRPN launched its first peer review journal and this year, the workshop would also be brainstorming on Foreign Policy which is a direct outgrowth of domestic policy.

He added that the objectives of the association was to impact in a professional way the foreign policy formulation and implementation of Nigeria to further enhance and make Nigeria a respected voice in the international arena.

Also speaking, Amb. Ridhwan Mustapha, a former Nigerian Ambassador to Pakistan, said it was the duty of the Federal Government to guarantee the protection of every Nigerian wherever they might be.

Mustapha also said that wherever any incident happened involving any Nigerian, it behooved on the government and Nigerians in that country to handle the matter.

He added that the government had always cared for the safety of the lives of Nigerians wherever they might be.

“Nobody is happy about what is happening in the South Africa we’re talking about; nobody is happy.

“Nigerians are not happy; the government is not happy because it is unfair.

“Nigeria has done a lot for South Africa,” Mustapha said.

According to him, it is the responsibility of every government to protect its citizens.

He said that the forthcoming workshop would create a platform to further reflect on Nigeria’s Foreign Policies, “what has been, what it is, and what is likely to be”.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the 2019 workshop with the theme `Theory and Reality in Nigeria’s Foreign Policy Making: Some further reflections’, will be Chaired by Amb. Babagana Kingibe with former ministers of foreign affairs in attendance.
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VIDEO: So Sad!! Boko Haram Long Captive, Leah Sharibu, Is Dead (Nigerians React)

Just in: So Sad!! Boko Haram Long Captive, Leah Sharibu, Is Dead (Nigerians React)
Aid Worker Abducted By Boko Haram Claims Leah Sharibu Is Dead
Leah Sharibu was among the 110 Dapchi schoolgirls kidnapped from Yobe State by the insurgents. She was the only Christian schoolgirl who was not released by the terrorists after the Federal Government negotiated the release of others.
Grace Taku, the aid worker kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists on July 18, has claimed that Leah Sharibu alongside one Alice has been killed by the insurgents because of the Federal Government of Nigeria’s inability to “do something”.
She was the only Christian schoolgirl who was not released by the terrorists after the Federal Government negotiated the release of others. 
Taku made the claim in a new video released by the insurgents on Wednesday.
The transcript of her appeal reads: “My name is Grace, I work with Action Against Hunger, an NGO in Borno State; my base is Damasak. We went to work on Thursday, 18th July 2019. On our way going Back to Damasak by Keneri/Chamba ward, we were caught by an army called the Kaliphas and they brought us here. We don’t know where we are.
“I want to beg the Christian Association of Nigeria because I am the only Christian among the six of us here. I want to beg that CAN should please do something about me to see how I can be released. I call on Borno State.
“I beg Action Against Hunger. We have families, some of us have children. We are Nigerians who are working for Nigerians. I am begging please, I am begging again, please do something to see that we are released because this has happened in the Red Cross before where some ladies were caught, Hauwa and Zipporah. They also asked to be released but because of Nigeria did not do anything about it, they were killed.
“I am begging on behalf of all of us. I don’t want such to happen to us and it also happened again with Leah and Alice, because Nigeria could not do anything about them, they were not released they were also killed.”

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