Saturday, May 31, 2014

Man Invents Condom that Covers Just the Tip Of joystick

American has invented a new condom which he says is stronger, safer and enables better sensitivity. And the new condom is called the Galactic Cap Condom (joystick Helmet)

This new condom sits only on the very tip of the joystick, leaving the shaft exposed boosting sensitivity and enabling easier application. It was developed by LA-based Charles Powell after one of his friends contracted HIV.

The condom comprises two parts - a U-shape polyurethane adhesive film that wraps around the joystick
- like a plaster around a finger - and a cap that sticks to it to firmly trap semen.

Mr Powell claims the polyurethane part is like a second skin - and can be put on hours or days in advance as it can be worn while urinating and washing. But when a man wants to made love, he peels off the paper backing on the cap and sticks it to the polyurethane to securely bond the two and trap semen.

He insists the device, which is transparent, will stay on for the duration.

Mr Powell believes his product provides a solution to three common issues with condoms: a lack of sensitivity, problems getting into the packaging and applying the condom.
Would you prefer this to the regular condoms, guys?

SEE Tania Omotayo and Wizkid In Public Display Of Affection At Pepsi Party

The couple who went their separate ways in March were spotted together at the just held Pepsi Samba party which took place last week Thursday on the Island.
Wizkid and Tania were all over each other, and Tania stayed glued to him all through except when he was performing.

REVEALED: Boko Haram Insurgents Steal Food Items To Feed Chibok Girls

Recently, Boko Haram insurgents invaded a lot of villages close to Sambisa Forest in the North East in order to steal food items allegedly to feed the abducted girls.

In the past weeks, the Islamic terrorist group stepped up the looting of villages, markets and food stores in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe states for food items including grains and bread, according to Saturday Punch investigations.

Residents of these communities disclosed that the insurgents were usually satisfied when communities raised money for them towards "God's work," but lately they had stepped up their activities by invading the villages and carting away food items.

With the pressure on Nigerian soldiers to clamp down on the Islamic sect, it was learnt that the insurgents no longer felt safe to go to markets to buy food items for fear of being arrested.

Some of the insurgents recently met their waterloo in Madagali, Adamawa State, where they were given up by a local food vendor from whom they had planned to buy foodstuffs. Reportedly, members of a vigilance group pounced on them and killed over 70 of them while seven others were handed over to the police.

Residents of Limankara, Kamuyya, Kirenowa, Kimba and Makor communities in Borno State said the insurgents usually carried away food items and livestock after killing people in their areas in recent attacks.

The scenario of these attacks are always the same. The heavily armed terrorists invade the village, open fire into the crowd killing innocent residents, start burning houses, shops and vehicles and stealing foodstuff.

During these endless attacks, dozens of people were killed as the hoodlums were well armed with sophisticated weapons.

In Kamuyya village, Borno state, a resident, Bukar Umar, said over 20 insurgents, who must have emerged from the bush, stormed the Kamuyya weekly market when traders were conducting their businesses and opened fire into the crowd before setting shops and vehicles on fire. Twenty people were killed on the spot and almost all the shops were burnt in the market.

The insurgents on Sunday intercepted a vehicle loaded with bread, killed the four occupants and drove the vehicles towards Sambisa Forest. The vehicle, which was on its way to Polka from Gwoza, was attacked at Waraba village.

Recently, Nigerian journalist, Ahmad Salkida, who is trusted by both the Federal Government and the Boko Haram leader as a mediator, allegedly visited the camp where the abducted schoolgirls were being kept.

According to Sakilda, who claimed to have seen the abducted schoolgirls, they are "well fed and adequately sheltered."

It was gathered during the week that the insurgents resorted to stealing following the shortage of food to feed themselves and their hostages.

It was also learnt that the violent sect had begun to pile up food items in preparation for a long drawn battle with the military, especially as the United States, United Kingdom, France, Israel and other foreign collaborators are assisting the Federal Government to ensure the safe return of the abducted Chibok schoolgirls.

With the allied forces believed to be on the ground to help the Nigerian military rescue the girls, it was learnt that the insurgents did not want to be caught unawares by running out of strategic resources, especially food.

Unconfirmed reports had indicated that certain helicopters used to drop food items and other needs in the Sambisa stronghold of the Boko Haram group.

Security experts said the growing focus on the Sambisa forest must have disrupted the routine of the helicopters, thus putting pressure on the group's supply chain and fueling more attacks on villagers in the North-East.

My Boyfriend Made Me Dump Prostitution To Join Armed Robbery -- Girl Opens Up (PICTURED)

24yrs old Sherifat Bakare, is a young lady one could describe at first glance as pretty. But as she sat on the ground in front of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Ogun State Police Command in Abeokuta, one cannot but imagine how deadly she might have been on operations with her robbery gang.

“I was hustling before Raji, my boyfriend, told me to join his gang,” Bakare began. But When she was asked to elaborate on what she did as a “hustler,” she explained that she meant prostitution.

“The gang asked me to sit in the front of the vehicle so that when we were stopped by policemen on the way, being a woman in the front seat would make them unsuspicious. But during the operation, the police cornered us and Raji was shot dead.”

Bakare in company with four other members of her gang, were apprehended on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 by the men of Ogun State SARS, who had been on their trail after receiving a tip-off about the gang’s plan.

It all began a few weeks ago, Bakare narrated. She said another member of the gang, Bola Onasile, (also in SARS custody) had approached her boyfriend about the availability of N70m in a wealthy man’s house in Joju area of Sango, Ogun State.

“I have only gone on two operations with them. I don’t know him (Onasile) well. I only know that he was the one who brought the job.

“Raji gathered other members and they snatched a vehicle (a Nissan Quest) around Iwo Road, Ibadan. We decided that the vehicle would be used for the operation."

Bakare did not betray any emotions as she narrated how the operation went.

Asked if she smoked Indian hemp like other members of her gang, she said, “I have never tasted it, I only smoke cigarette.”

But when our correspondent asked about her parents, tears streamed down her face.

“I am from Idofian in Kwara State. My father is late but my mother lives in Ibadan. She has no idea I do this kind of job and she does not even know I am in police custody.”

Bakare explained that she was a prostitute in Lekki where she was making up to N5,000 per day until about two years ago.

“I was living with a security guard in a house at Osborne in Ikoyi. The landlord of the house was out of the country. I was going from there to ‘hustle’ in Lekki every night.

“Raji was a good helper to me. That was why I decided to leave prostitution when he begged me. When he introduced me to armed robbery, I asked him if there would be no problem and he assured me that there would be none. When we started dating, I did not know he was an armed robber though.”

Asked how much she was promised out of the N70m they were going to steal, Bakare said whatever went to her late boyfriend would have accrued to her as well.

The young lady said she learnt photography when she dropped out of secondary school but had not been able to practise the trade because she did not think she could make much money from it.

During Punch’s visit to the SARS office in Abeokuta, 36-year-old Onasile, who brought the N70m job, was in a way evasive when asked how he knew about the money. He later said that an acquaintance of his, a man named Tunde, informed him about the money.

Onasile said, “Tunde is like a brother to me. He told me the man we were going to rob was his relation. He said the man had N70m at home. I told him I had no boys who could do the job. But he was always disturbing me about getting a gang together to do the operation.

“Few days later, I informed Raji about the operation and he told me he could get boys for the job. We planned to sell the vehicle we snatched after the operation but we did not know how police got to know about the operation. Tunde ran away when the police were after us.”

Onasile said he was a revenue collector for a local government council in Lagos before he lost the job when a new chairman weeded out excess employees from the council.

Kenya's Biggest Prostitute, Huddah Monroe Hangs out With Davido and His Gang (SEE PHOTOS)

The controversial Huddah Monroe who recently started on a journey to re-invent herself and be a better person is doing great and judging by her social media, she is no longer about being ratchet, unnecessary tweets but more focused on being happy. Hudda had a huge fan base on her social media accounts but she made a sacrifice and deleted all of them after she turned a new leaf and even named herself “Huddah Reborn’ which is working out great for her.
That aside, the gorgeous Kenyan girl who according to unconfirmed rumors might be heading back to the Big Brother Africa house has been having a blast in Ghana. She attended the first edition of the Ghana celebrity soccer event and got to hang out with celebrities such as Davido and his HKN gang. The Celebrity soccer is an event that brings together stars from different countries to participate in the exciting game of football.

Here are some photos courtesy of the Boss lady’s instagram page:

Friday, May 30, 2014

Breaking News: Boko Haram Kidnaps Two Prominent Emirs In Borno State

According to our sources, Boko Haram men this morning kidnapped 2 first class traditional rulers in Borno State – the Emir of Uba, Ismaila Mamza and the Emir of Gwoza, Idrisa Timta.

According to security officials, the emirs were seized by the gunmen around 10 a.m today Friday May 30th near Shaffa while they were traveling to Gombe to attend the funeral of the Emir of Gombe, Shehu Abubakar, who died on Tuesday May 27th. (pictured above)

The Borno state government is yet to issue an official statement on the abduction.

SAD: Former Oyo Governor, Ladoja, loses son in fatal auto crash in Lagos

One of the sons of former Oyo State governor, Rasheed Ladoja, died yesterday Thursday May 29th in a fatal auto accident on Eko Bridge.

Adebola Ladoja, who was driving a Volkswagen Golf car, was heading towards Lagos Island around 3.30pm when a DAF truck said to be on top speed lost control, rammed into the median of the bridge and then rammed into his car, crushing it and killing Adebola on the spot.

"It took several hours before those who came to the rescue of the victim could break into the vehicle. He was trapped behind the wheel with blood gushing out of his head as a result of the impact,” an eyewitness said. 

Lagos state Police Public Relations Officer, Ngozi Braide, confirmed the incident and said the late Adebola's corpse has been deposited at the mortuary
"On Eko Bridge, a Daf truck with registration number. JJJ 59 XA, driven by one Justice Oseghai, ran into a Volkswagen Golf car marked AKD 107 CJ, driven by Adebola Ladoja, son of the former Governor of Oyo State, Senator Rasheed Ladoja. The victim died on the spot. His corpse has been moved to the Lagos Island General Hospital’s mortuary for autopsy, while the truck’s driver has been arrested."

DO YOU AGREE? Nigeria has witnessed progress in last 15 years — CAN

Reverend Shuaibu Byel, the Chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), North-East zone, said Nigeria had witnessed a lot of progress in its 15 years of uninterrupted democracy.

He made the remark in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Bauchi, on Thursday while speaking on the nation’s Democracy Day celebration.

Byel said that beside the entrenchment of freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of movement and other fundamental human rights, much had also been achieved, particularly in the areas of agriculture and education.

He added that, “our agriculture sector has received tremendous attention over the years by successive administrations in their efforts to diversify the country’s economy.

“The present administration’s agricultural transformation agenda is currently creating the desired impact, as it is already transforming people’s lives.

“The programme has completely transformed the sector into a money spinning venture by creating a paradigm shift from viewing agriculture as a cultural heritage to strictly a business venture with huge potential.”

He said that the achievements recorded in the education sector was also commendable.

According to him, government at all levels have taken steps to transform the sector through various interventions, with a view to strengthening the country’s education system for quality service delivery.

The CAN chairman said “as you may have observed, since 1999 to date, successive administrations from the federal to the state level have invested hugely in education.

“The Federal Government has established 12 more universities with nine in the north to bridge the education gap between the southern part and the northern part of the country.

“State universities have also been established to enable people to have more access to higher education.”

He, however, stressed that “if the country hopes to see the true beauty of democracy, then the people must do away with religious, ethnic and regional sentiments and embrace unity.”

He then urged elder statesmen and other prominent Nigerians to rally round the government in the fight against insurgents.

In Lagos, some politicians have expressed optimism that in spite of the challenges Nigeria was facing, the nation’s democracy would survive.

The National Chairman of the Progressive Peoples Party (PPP), Mr Damian Ogbonna, recalled that democracy had continued to grow in the country since year 2000.

He said the development had culminated in the election of Nigeria to lead the Community of Democracies (COD) from 2015 to 2017, noting that “our democratic process may not be excellent, but it remains a developing process.

“There is progress on political and free speech issues, judicial enforcement of human rights abuses, judicial freedom and moderate expansion of infrastructure.”

He, however, said there was need to work on issues of corruption, security, unemployment, health and social services.

In his contribution, the Lagos State Chairman of Civil Liberties Organisation (CLO), Mr Ehi Omokhuale, said Nigeria had reached a point of no return to military rule.

He said “although the nation’s democracy is not growing at the expected rate, there is hope that Nigeria will get there someday.

“Politicians must make a decision to help build the system by being accountable and selfless while in office.

“The greatest impediment to the growth of democracy in Nigeria is corruption; once corruption is eliminated, then it will be a roller coaster ride for the nation.”

On his part, Prof. Oluremi Sonaiya, the National Public Relations Officer of KOWA Party, advised Nigerians to desist from referring to Nigeria’s democracy as ‘nascent’.

She said “those who have been in charge of our political affairs so far have not shown much understanding of the concept of democracy.

“They keep telling us that our democracy has to be home-grown; we need a clean break so that democracy can take its root.”

However, Chief Charles Nwodo, former National Chairman of deregistered Progressive Action Council (PAC), said the past 15 years of democracy in Nigeria was slow.

He, however, added that the democracy appeared more focused in spite of the security challenges in the country.

He said “the unity of Nigerians toward supporting the government, especially at this trying time, is sacrosanct.”

...It will overcome current challenges —Wamakko

Governor Aliyu Wamakko of Sokoto state has said he is optimistic that Nigeria will overcome its current challenges, especially insecurity.

He said the country would surmount current problems the same way it did with previous cases.

Wamakko spoke at a news conference on Thursday, in Sokoto, in commemoration of the 2014 Democracy Day.

‘’We were able to overcome the painful and bloody civil war, the menace of Odua People’s Congress (OPC), militancy in the Niger Delta, kidnappings in the North East and the uprising and killings in the Plateau, among others.

“In sha Allah, with fervent prayers by all Nigerians, Nigeria will overcome the insurgency in the North-East.

“We will by the special grace of God, overcome all the challenges facing Nigeria,’’’ he said.

The governor said that democracy had paid off in Nigeria in the past 15 years.

According to him, with democracy, Nigerians were now able to freely elect their leaders who speak and act on their behalf.

He stressed the need for a united, peaceful and harmonious country, irrespective of religious, political or ethnic differences, saying that Sokoto State had remained peaceful because all Nigerians in the state were regarded as one.

Bamidele calls for sober reflection

IN commemoration of this year’s democracy day celebration, Labour Party governorship candidate in Ekiti State Mr. Michael Opeyemi Bamidele, has called on Nigerians to observe a sober reflection of the historic event.

Bamidele in a statement made available to newsmen in Ado Ekiti on Thursday, said “the current general security situation in the country, especially the abduction of school girls in Chibok town of Borno State carried out by Boko Haram insurgents, last month calls for a low key observation.”

In the message signed by his Media Assistant, Mr. Ahmed Salami, Bamidele said “much as we (Nigerians) continue to remember our past heroes especially those who laid down their lives to institutionalise democracy; I urge everyone to do this with sober reflection in view of prevailing circumstances.”

He added that “this becomes more imperative as those Nigerian youths kidnapped last month in Chibok Borno State are yet to return home; into the waiting hands of their traumatised parents and the loss of lives around the affected areas.

“I call on all Nigerians not to cease praying for Nigeria, for those innocent girls and for a change of mind for all anti-democratic forces fighting against our collective spirit of nationhood.

“Also, let us also pray for the number one family headed by Dr Goodluck Jonathan and his wife at this critical time for God to direct the course of his actions with divine wisdom to pilot affairs of Nigeria well.”

Meanwhile, as the June 21st gubernatorial election date draws nearer, the Labour Party’s flag bearer has called on peace loving indigenes of the state not to be deterred by their current experiences but forge ahead. Bamidele urged that “their current experiences as witnessed by opposition now in charge of the state will soon become a thing of the past, hence I urge you to forge ahead”

Yuguda sues for peace

BAUCHI State governor, Mallam Isa Yuguda, on Thursday, called on Nigerians, particularly people of the state, to live in peace and harmony with one another, irrespective of their religious and ethnic affiliations.

Addressing journalists in Bauchi to mark this year’s Democracy Day, Yuguda, who spoke through the state Commissioner for Information, Alhaji Salihu Ibrahim Halilu, declared that peace was an essential prerequisite for development.

According to the governor, there could not be any meaningful development in an atmosphere of crisis and chaos, saying that peace and development were inseparable and in view of that, Nigerians should pray for sustainable peace in the country.

While lamenting the current security challenge the country is facing, particularly in the North-East geopolitical zone, the governor noted that the most effective solution to the problem was ceaseless prayers by the people.

“Let me implore all and sundry to pray for sustained peace in our land. Nigeria, particularly this part of the country, is passing through a trying period that calls for divine intervention. May Almighty Allah bring the situation we find ourselves under control,” he said.

He said the Democracy Day celebration was low key in the state considering the mood of the country, adding that people should offer prayers for Nigeria and the safe rescue of the over 200 abducted schoolgirls of the Government Secondary School, Chibok in Borno State.

Governor Yuguda, therefore, called on Muslims and Christians in the state to conduct special prayers for the immediate and safe release of the abducted schoolgirls.

“The present mood of the nation calls for a sober moment and reflections of the many problems facing the country. The day is also a mark of solidarity with the over 200 female students of Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, abducted by the Boko Haram last month,” he said.

He added that the Democracy Day celebrations were also cancelled to honour the families and victims of the recent Jos bomb blasts, saying that, “the state government cancelled all activities lined up for the celebration of 2014 Democracy Day in sympathy with the families of the victims of Jos attack last week.”

Delta govt poised to overcome internal opposition —Uduaghan

Delta State governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan, said on Thursday, that he was poised to overcome every internal opposition that would prevent his administration from finishing strong and landing safely on May 29, 2015.

According to him, every political movement that would worsen the security situation in the state would be stopped.

The governor, who was speaking at the inter-denominational thanksgiving service, marking the 2014 Democracy Day and third anniversary of his second tenure in Asaba, on Thursday, disclosed that there was a lot of pressure on him to dissolve the cabinet and effect other changes. The celebration was marked with prayer and fasting by people of the state.

He noted that, “those who are supposed to dine with you are the ones pulling you down.”

Because of the enormity of the opposition within, the governor sought for prayers to enable him to control his anger so that he would not end up like Moses, who out of anger, saw the Promised Land but did not enter.

He appealed to political office seekers to tread with caution as God alone could give power.

Etteh calls for prayers for Nigeria, Akwa Ibom

Nigerians have been urged to pray fervently for the sustenance of the nation’s democracy, even as they celebrate the 15th anniversary of the present democratic dispensation.

The leader of the Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly, Rt. Honourable Okpolupm Etteh, gave the admonition on the heels of the Democracy Day celebration, saying the need for prayer became necessary as there are many threats to the beauty of democracy which include insurgencies, especially the Boko Haram scourge.

“We need to pray for our Chibok girls to be freed. We also need to pray so that the bombings in Nyanya, Jos and the killings in Benue, Borno, Bauchi, Adamawa and other areas will not go on.

“Some of these vices are capable of derailing the few positives we have enjoyed through democracy. So, we need to pray so that these vices will not drag us back.

The prayer is more important as we draw near 2015. Many people are planning to make sure 2015 is not peaceful so that our democracy is truncated. We should pray that God truncates their plan also,” he said.

Etteh also urged all Nigerians to mark the Democracy Day soberly as a day of prayer and deep reflections.

On the beauty of democracy, the House Leader said there had been relative freedom, some good samples of focused leadership and good governance, which had seen the citizens enjoy dividends of democracy, involvement of citizens in governance and relative peace and safety.

He asked Nigerians to also pray for President Goodluck Jonathan, who he said, was “the symbol of our democracy,’ noting that the president had carried out his transformation agenda in a way that gave hope for a better Nigeria.

On Akwa Ibom State, Etteh said Governor Godswill Akpabio has tried in his uncommon transformation agenda and urged citizens of the state not to be weary in their prayer for the government to keep sustaining the tempo of its good efforts.

Presidential Committee Finally make first visit to Chibok

A presidential fact-finding committee on the abduction of over 250 female students of Government Secondary School Chibok led by the committee’s chairman Ibrahim Sabo on Thursday May 29, visited the town to sympathise with parents of the victims.

Ibrahim Sabo, while addressing the parents of the victims, as well as the school management said “I am sure we will be here rejoicing with you when the girls regain their freedom.”

Speaking on behalf of the parents, Mark Enoch pleaded with the government to do everything within its powers to rescue the girls.

“Since the Chief of Defence Staff had announced to the whole world that the Army knows where our daughters are kept, all we can beg them is to try and rescue them alive,” Mr. Mark whose two daughters are among the abducted girls said.

Over 100 parents, as well as the management of the school reportedly gathered as early as 9 a.m. outside the town’s motor park to receive the government team. The crowd later moved to the secondary school. There was heavy security presence in and around Chibok.

The committee had earlier scheduled to visit Chibok last week but later rescheduled it.

Two Indian teenage girls gang-molested and hanged from a tree in India (VIEWERS DISCRETION)

Two teenage girls, a 14 year old and her 15 year old cousin were gang-molested by five Indian men and then hanged them from a tree in a village in the northern stateo f Uttar Pradesh, police said today.

According to Reuters, the two girls who were from a low-caste Dalit community went missing from their village home when they went out to go to the toilet on Tuesday evening, May 27th. The following morning, villagers found the bodies of the two teenagers hanging from a mango tree in a nearby orchard.

Indian police have arrested one man and are looking for four other suspects. The police said a post-mortem confirmed the two minors were molested and died from the hanging. DNA samples have also been taken to help identity the perpetrators, the police told reporters. *Graphic content after the cut*

The victim's families allege that local police were shielding the attackers as they refused to take action when the girls were first reported missing.

It was only after angry villagers found the hanging corpses and took the bodies to a nearby highway and blocked it in protest, that police registered a case of rape and murder.

MEET The first Transgender, Laverne Cox on the cover of Time

American Transgender actress, Laverne Cox, of Netflix's hit Orange Is the New Black becomes the first transgender woman to grace the cover of Time magazine for a story about 'The Transgender Tipping Point. 

We’re Fighting Al-qaeda Not Boko Haram — Military

THE Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh, on Wednesday, said the ongoing counter-terrorism and counter- insurgency war has gone beyond Boko Haram Islamic sect to a broader war against Al-Qeada terror networks in North and West Africa. Badeh stated this in Abuja, when the Social Welfare Network Initiative (SWNI), a coalition of civil society organisations (CSOs) and community-based non-governmental organisations in Nigeria paid him a solidarity visit at Defence Headquarters. The CDS said the military and Federal Government were in a serious war far bigger than confronting Boko Haram, saying that Al- Qeada was now fully in charge of terrorist activities in the country. He, however, assured that despite the “formidable nature of the global terror network,” Nigeria will defeat them, while giving further assurance that the kidnapped Chibok girls will be rescued. “I will say this to you, we are fighting more than Boko Haram. We are no longer fighting Boko Haram but Al-Qaeda in North and West Africa. Al-Qaeda is formidable, but we will defeat them. As for our girls, we will bring them back,” he said. Speaking further, Badeh warned those attacking the military to desist from doing so. He said the scathing attacks and unconstructive criticisms against the military could be counter- productive and impact negatively on the security of the country. Earlier, the national coordinator of SWNI, Mr Emmanuel Osemeka, had assured members of the Armed Forces of their support, saying that “we are not worried about our capacity to prosecute this war, as we are all witnesses to the exploits of our military in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and many other African countries in the recent past.”

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Apple buys Dr. Dre's Beats Electronics for $3billion (PICTURED)

Dr Dre is set to become the first billionaire in Hip Hop. Apple Electronics announced today that it has acquired Dr Dre's Beats Electronics for $3billion. According to Forbes, Apple paid $2.6billion cash upfront and gave $400million in stock that will vest over time.

The $3billion purchase price includes Beats Music, the sister company that runs a subscription streaming music service. As part of the deal, Beats co-founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine will join Apple in undisclosed roles.

"Music is such an important part of all of our lives and holds a special place within our hearts at Apple,” CEO Tim Cook said in a statement released today. “That’s why we have kept investing in music and are bringing together these extraordinary teams so we can continue to create the most innovative music products and services in the world.”This acquisition is Apple’s biggest and largest acquisition since the inception of the company. Apple made $171 billion revenue last year, while Beats made $2 billion.

HOLY CRIME: Deeper Life pastor sentenced to 6yrs for Real Estate fraud (PICTURED)

A pastor with Deeper life Bible Church and a former Brooklyn-based civil attorney Ifeanyichukwu Eric Abakporo, was yesterday May 28th sentenced to 6 years imprisonment by a US Federal High Court for defrauding banks, mortgage lenders, property owners, and property buyers in America.

Prosecutors say Mr Abakporo and his accomplice, Latanya Pierce, carried out the illegal transactions for over nine years. They were convicted in a wide-ranging series of illegal transactions in New York city over a 9-year stretch, dating back to 2003. His accomplice, Latanya Pierce was sentenced to 30 months imprisonment.

Pastor Abakporo was immediately handcuffed out of the courtroom with his wife and his 2 children present in the court room wailing as he was taken away.

TRAGIC: Nigerian lady found dead in her hostel room in South Africa

Nigerian student Naizi Evah, (pictured above) a third year Computer Systems Engineering student of Vaal University of Technology, South Africa was found dead on Saturday May 2014 in her hostel room, this is according to her friends who are trying to get the media involved in the case.

One of her friends who reached out said prior to her death, Naizi had been in an abusive relationship with a Zimbabwean student, who also studies in same school with her, studying same course. The unidentified man was arrested by police in connection with Naizi's death but was bailed two days after police said they couldn't find any substantial evidence linking him to her death.

Her friends say the boyfriend had been emotionally and physically abusive towards Naizi, beat her severally and even threatened to kill. They say Naizi got tired of the abuse and broke things off with the man and told close friends she was done with him but he kept on trying to get her back.

Her friends believe she was murdered but don't know by who and want the Nigerian authorities to get involved as they don't believe they will get justice for Naizi with South African police. Naizi was from Edo State and was only 20 years old.

How Bricklayer Killed 12-Year Old Relative (VIEWERS DISCRETION)

The Lagos State Police Command has arrested a man, Mr. Paul Obiefule, for allegedly beating his 12-year-old relative to death.

The relative, who was identified as Onyedikachi Mbanozo, was staying with Obiefule, a bricklayer, and his wife on Omitola Street in the Agege area of Lagos.

Punch Metro learnt that Onyedika, as the boy was fondly called, was the son of Obiefule’s wife’s brother.

It was further gathered that the boy was beaten to death on Monday evening around 8.30pm, while the neighbours reported the matter at the Pen Cinema Police Division on Tuesday.
It was said that Onyedika, who was attending Irewole Primary School in Agege, could not go to school for several weeks before his death as a result of a sickness sustained from series of beatings.

One of the neighbours, who identified himself as Mr. Oje Owode, told our correspondent that the boy died from an accumulation of floggings which he received from his aunt’s husband.

He said, “The man (Obiefule) usually flogged the boy like an animal. Most times, we tried to intervene, but he would not listen to us. The boy fell sick several times from Obiefule’s merciless flogging. The last sickness was for over two weeks. And then on Monday again, the man beat the sick boy, and locked him up in the room.

“Later, we just saw that Obiefule and his wife went out of the house and did not return until around 5am. We noticed that he put a big bundle on his shoulder and smuggled it in with his wife.

“We did not know that the boy had died in the evening and they were looking for where to dump him all night. That was when we raised the alarm and reported him to the police.”

Another neighbor, Mr. Fatai, said Obiefule usually used hammer, chisel or a screw driver to inflict pains on the deceased.

It was learnt that as soon as Obiefule was arrested on Tuesday, his two boys were taken to a c primary school on the next street. When our correspondent visited the school, the proprietress, who did not want her name to be mentioned, said Obiefule’s two boys had not been spared from their father’s wickedness.

The Lagos State Police spokesperson, Ngozi Braide, confirmed the arrest of Obiefule in an e-mail and added that the police had commenced investigations.

Boy (16) Kills Parents Because They Seized His IPhone (PICTURED)

16 year old Vincent Parker pleaded guilty yesterday to murdering his parents Carol and Wayne Parker last December. The boy says that there was no specific fight that prompted the brutal MURDER. The sadistic killer told authorities, 'I just remember getting mad,' Parker told the court. 'It's all from my dad. All this stuff like my dad taking away my iPod and stuff.'

The story gets worse. Vincent was an only child being raised by his hard working parents Carol, 57, and father Wayne, 55, in their Norfolk, Virginia home. They did everything right - they lived in a good neighborhood, and helped Vincent become an honor roll student.

But he boy snapped one day . . . and turned into a moster. On December 19, 2013 Vincent left school early while his dad was still at work. He showed up at the family home and surprised his mother - by dousing her in pepper spray.

While the 57 year old woman was blinded and unable to defend herself, Vincent stabbed his mother in the eye, and then beat her with a crowbar and metal baseball bat 'until she stopped breathing'. A medical examiner noted 25 separate smashes and stabs on Mrs Parker's neck, face and head.

The animal then waited patiently over his dead mother's body until his father came in the house. He surprised his dad and hit him in the back of the head with a crowbar, smashing his skull. He then stabbed his father multiple times.

Luckily his father didn't die from the mortal wounds. He managed to call 9-1-1 and tell them what happened. When the ambulance arrived Carol had already died. Wayne survived a short time but died in the hospital.

Yesterday Vincent plead guilty to two counts of second degree murder. A psychological evaluation found him to be both 100% sane and intelligent. He was charged as an adult and will be sentenced in September.

Culled from Mediatakeout

Top 10 Most Handsome And Sexiest Nigerian Politicians (LOOK)

We mostly talk about how corrupt politicians are and how they loot our money, but I wanna digress a little bit by focusing on the sexiest and cutest Nigerian politicians.

Check them out


Topping the list is former Governor of Cross River state, Donald Duke.
Mr Duke is the most handsome and sexiest politician in Nigeria. He has sexy eyes and sexy lips.


The erstwhile speaker of the Federal House of Representative is number two.
Mr Bankole is very cute, what you call black cutie. He has sexy cute face, Nice dark complexion, sexy smile Which is charming. Bankole is a hottie that can easily get a lady Hot. Sexy Bankole also has a sexy gap tooth.


The information minister is a very handsome dark man with an extremely sexy face. He's number three

IBB is one of the most handsome head of state Nigeria ever had, if not the cutest. He had and still has a cute face, Nice complexion and gap toothed.


Nuhu Ribadu, the former EFCC Chairman turned politician is an extremely handsome man that can get ladies wet.


The incumbent president Dr Jonathan is vividly cute and has Nice dark complexion. He is a cutie.


The ex-governor of Abia state is such a cutie with a sweet face.


The current sitting Senate president is quite cute and sexy too.


The former minister is a cutie any day.


The former minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Professor Jerry Ghana is also a cutie .

President Jonathan Rides In the "First Made In Nigeria" Nissan (PHOTOS)

Mr. President takes a ride in the first Made-in-Nigeria Nissan SUV.. Another pics after the cut:

Wizkid Shows Off His New Expensive Jewelry Acquisition

That watch is like N3.5/N4m. He's Wow!

President Jonathan Finally Declares Amnesty For Boko Haram Members

Local media reports have quoted the Minister of Youth Development, Mr. Boni Haruna, on Thursday as saying that President Goodluck Jonathan has announced amnesty for members of the Boko Haram sect as parts of his administration’s youths-friendly programmes and policies.

Haruna reportedly disclosed this at a special event tagged “A day with young leaders of Nigeria” to mark the nation’s Democracy Day in Abuja. The minister said:

“President Goodluck Jonathan has also declared amnesty for members of the Boko Haram sect. Series of integration programmes have been lined up for the members of the sect who would surrender their arms and embrace peace. Let me use this opportunity on behalf of the Federal Government, to call on the members of the Boko Haram sect to embrace the government’s gesture and key into the amnesty programme.”

But journalist Fidelis says he spoke to a source at the Nigeria presidency who has refuted reports of the amnesty offer to Boko Haram. Abati, Reno Omokri are yet to say anything.

Wizkid's Ex-Girlfriend, Tania Omotayo Shows Off Her Dreads (SEE PHOTOS)

We are all used to seeing Tania in long hair. But she recently decided to switch things up and right now, she's rocking braids which she showed off on Twitter..You like?

Girl Bathes Sugar Daddy’s Wife With Acid-Laced Water In Delta State

A lover girl identified as Stella Boise in Okpanam near Asaba, Delta State has allegedly bathed her sugar-daddy’s wife with water, laced with acid, leaving her with serious injuries.

Leadership reports that trouble started when the woman who had told her husband she was travelling out of town later returned home to find her husband in the company of his lover, Stella Boise having sex on their matrimonial bed. The woman challenged Boise to discontinue the illicit affair with her husband and this did not go down with Boise who allegedly poured water, which doctors treating the victim at a private hospital, confirmed was laced with chemical suspected to be acid.

Spokesman of the police command, DSP Celestina Kalu who confirmed the incident, said the suspect was arrested by men of the state criminal investigation department in her lover’s house.

Singer Kefee Collapses Mid Flight To Chicago, Flight Makes Emergency Landing.

Singer Kefee collapsed mid flight on her way to Chicago forcing the plane to make an emergency stop so she can receive medical attention in LA.

We ask that God breathes life into her lungs and strength in her limbs that she may return to full health.

Nigerian sentenced to 27 years imprisonment in Cambodia

23 year old Precious Chineme Nwoko (pictured above) has been sentenced to 27 years imprisonment by a Cambodian Court for drug trafficking in Cambodia.

Police sources say Nwoko was a ringleader in a heroin smuggling cartel in Cambodia. He was arrested last month for handing a backpack containing 2.2 kilos (4.8 pounds) of heroin to two women, 41year old Australian Yoshe Ann Taylor and 19 year old French Charlene Savarino, for onward transportation to an unidentified man in Australia. Both women were however caught and arrested.

At their trial last month, it was discovered that 19 year old Savarino was Nwoko's girlfriend and they worked closely in smuggling heroin. 41 year old Taylor had also previously helped to smuggle heroin using the backpack.

Judge Kor Vandy at Phnom Penh Municipal Court who presided over their case today said Nwoko and the two women were guilty of 'cross-border smuggling of illegal drugs and thereafter sentenced Nwoko's 19year old girlfriend Savarino to 25 years in jail, while 41 year old Taylor was handed 23 years. They all denied the drug belonged to them.

SEE Tuface Idibia Staring at his Wife's Oranges in Public

Annie Idibia just shared the photos from her fun night with her husband Tuface Idibia and Iyanya last night. See photo below....

CRAZY: BBA Star Hudah Manroe Shows Off Her Ministry (SEE PHOTOS)

Kenyan representative of Big Brother Africa Huddah Manroe has gone bad. She captioned photo of herself smoking weed;
"When a good girl gone she is gone forever ❤️ Thats my Boo @huddahthebosslady #GoodGirlGoneBad"

See her crazy photos after the cut below....

TOTAL MADNESS: Maheeda Shares Bathroom Footage (ADULTS ONLY)

This is something bigger than madness! Demonic? Watch video below:

MEET A Student Who Makes $180,000 A Year As A Stripper

Meet Maggie, a stripper-student from the University of Maryland who makes $180,000 a year as a stripper.

Maggie is a double major in Spanish and political science and, more importantly, she’s debt free. And that’s all thanks to being a stripper every other weekend in New York City.

Although that will come to an end once she graduates, as she tells ABC 2′s Juju Chang that she has no plans of making this a career after college. To that I say: Best of luck swallowing the 300% pay cut that will come with your first job out of school as a Spanish and political science major.

LADIES; Your Choice Of Husband Could Affect When You Die

In case there was really any question about it, a new study reveals that the relationships we have in our lives — and particularly our marriages — truly are the most important decisions we make. In fact stressful relationships are so dangerous, they may lead to early death.

The study, published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, found that those who reported stressful relationships with their partners, children, relatives, friends, and neighbors were more likely to die earlier. Almost half the deaths were from cancer, but other causes included cardiovascular disease, liver disease, accidents, and suicide.

Pretty stark truth, right? But let’s be honest: Didn’t we already all know this? Think about how you feel after a fight with your husband. Your blood pressure is up, you feel like crying, and the world just feels a little off-kilter. Now imagine feeling that all the time.

People judge those who choose divorce, but in fact, they may be the lucky ones. While it may be impossible to completely excise every unhealthy or stressful relationship from your life, marriage is the one that we choose. We can’t dump our sisters or brothers (at least not most of the time), but we can choose whom we marry and we can choose how those relationships go in the long run.

Some might say that if our marriages are bad, we can always find refuge in other relationships in our lives, but maybe not. Our marriage defines everything else. It informs the way our relationships with our children go and the way we feel when we are at home. If it’s bad, everything is bad. So bad we die early.

It’s simple: Whom we marry is the most important decision we make in our entire lives. A happy marriage very often leads to a happy life. Even when life stresses us out, a happy marriage provides the foundation. If we fight with a friend, having that stable marriage to come home to makes it all OK. Of all the relationships in our lives, none matter as much as the ones we have with our spouses

Do you agree that whom we marry is the most important decision of our lives?

Check Out Rukky Sanda's New Slimmer Figure

What do you think? Hot or not

Police Arrest 26 Lesbians In Delta

Twenty six lesbians have been arrested by the Police in Asaba, Delta State after uncovering their hideout around Awai road Asaba area of the state.

The PPRO of the state, DSP Celestina Kalu who confirmed the arrest of the suspects, said they were arrested naked while allegedly having sex with one another at their hideout.

DSP Celestina Kalu further who said one of the suspects confessed to the crime saying it their means of livelihood said the hideout is a den where various criminal activities take place.

Kalu further said the suspects would be charged to court on completion of investigation.

It was gathered that the hideout is operated as a pub to ward off suspicion by the public and operators of the spot who have been making brisk business in the last two years, employ thugs who stand sentry at the gate and collect fees from those willing to be exposed to the illicit sexual activities at the hideout.

Teenage girls from neighbouring communities and states reportedly troop to the hideout at night where after smoking and drinking, they engage in sexual acts with patrons who pay them heavily.

This is not first of its kind in Delta, just in April the police uncovered a homosexual center where teenagers between the ages of 16, 17 and 18 years belong to a cult called Yansh.

Meet The 57 Yr. Old Woman Who Kisses And Sleeps With Tigers (SEE PHOTOS)

Meet a 57-year-old woman, Janice Haley, who is obsessed with tigers and keeps them as pets in the back garden of her home in Orlando, Florida, USA.
Janice proudly shows her сlawed minions, two pet Bengal tigers, Janda and Saber. Janda is a female orange Bengal, she weighs181 kg, while Saber is a white Bengal male weighing 272 kg. Both of the big cats live in spacious сells, they fed horse meat by hand and washed several times a day. They like to play and cuddle, Mrs Haley describes Saber as a very gentle tiger, says that he even can not go to sleep without sucking on her fingers.
The woman even quit her job as an admin assistant to spend more time working outdoors. In 1994 she saw an advert for a tiger training course in her local paper – and 2 years she brought home her first baby-tiger Chuffer, then in 2002 Janda appeared. When Chuffer died, she bought little Saber to make a company to Janda.
The woman says that for tigers living in the cages is not the best option but in the wild there is also not a lot of hope for them to survive. That is why her mission is to bring people closer together with the tigers – to build a connection and help save the wild tigers before it’s too late. More pics after the cut: