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Saturday, 26 September 2020

Photos from Mo Abudu's 56th birthday celebration

 


On September 11, media mogul, Mo Abudu, turned 56.

 

She had a birthday get together that was attended by her close friends. See more of the photos below.

 

Suspected thief nearly lynched for allegedly stealing Plasma TV in Abuja

 

Suspected thief nearly lynched for allegedly stealing Plasma TV in Abuja

A 23-year-old man identified as Ejiofor was nearly killed by a mob after he was caught stealing a Plasma TV in Wumba village, Abuja.

 

It was gathered that on Thursday, September 24, the suspect sneaked into the home of one Mrs Comfort when she went to buy something by the roadside.

 

When the woman's 11-year-old son son asked him what he was looking for, he said his mother asked him to remove the TV.

 

Mrs Comfort was entering the house when she saw Ejiofor trying to get away with the TV. She quickly raised alarm, a mob rushed out and descended on him.

 

He was beaten to pulp before being taken to the Chief of the community who called the police. The police arrived and whisked him away.

Nigerian billionaire businessman, Alhaji Abdulmunaf Yunusa Sarina pictured with his 'daughters'

 

Nigerian billionaire businessman, Alhaji Abdulmunaf Yunusa Sarina pictured with his

A photo posted by an Instagram page shows billionaire owner of Azman Air, Alhaji Abdulmunaf Yunusa Sarina with 16 members of his family said to be his daughters.

"The Azmans and their father" the page captioned the photo.

Nigerian billionaire businessman, Alhaji Abdulmunaf Yunusa Sarina pictured with his


22-year-old Okada rider commits suicide in Oyo

 

22-year-old Okada rider commits suicide in Oyo

A 22-year-old man simply identified as Sarafa Ayuba, has committed suicide beside his uncle’s house at Amuloko area of Ona Ara Local Government part of Oyo State on Friday, September 25.

 

An uncle of the deceased, Kazeem Tijani, recounted how Ayuba was declared missing and his body was recovered.

 

“Ayuba got the motorcycle on hire purchase basis and he was paying the instalments adequately. He was my brother’s son.

He was not indebted to anyone and he was not starving at all. He was not married. He has been living with me for the past two to three years. He was working with me before he got Okada.” he said

 

 

Mr. Oluwatosin James, who is the Chairman of the Association of Commercial Bike Riders in Amuloko area, said they are shocked that Ayuba could take his own life.

 

“The news of Ayuba’s death came to us as a rude shock. It is this morning that we heard of the news at the Park. He was very reticent and would not fight anybody.

Once he did his okada business in the morning, he would go and park and go to his uncle’s shop to assist him. Out of N390,000 that he got the Okada on instalment basis, Ayuba has almost paid up the money, because the money remains just N77,000 to balance the payment.

There was no issue of threat to him from the person who gave him the okada. In fact, the person is like a brother to him. So, we are confused over this sad incident” James said

 

22-year-old Okada rider commits suicide in Oyo

 


Seyi Tinubu pens heartfelt 'public prayer' for his little princess as he celebrates her on National Daughters Day

 

Seyi Tinubu pens heartfelt

Celebrities and parents have flocked to social media to celebrate their daughters on National Daughters Day.

 

Seyi Tinubu, son of APC Chieftain, Bola Tinubu, took to Instagram to say a public prayer for his beautiful daughter Noella, who he described as his 'biggest cheerleader'

 

He posted a stunning photo with his Noella along with a heartfelt prayer to God. He wrote;

"A public prayer to mark national daughter'd day for NOELLA tINUBU (M lil princess, my biggest cheerleader.) the post reads

"Father God I pray for a spirit of boldness and confidence in my daughter Noella. That she would recognize who she is in Christ, knowing that she is a daughter of the most high; created marvelously, and uniquely, for Your glory. And that she would see herself beautiful just the way You made her, after Your image

Father I pray that she would be kind, and her words would be seasoned with love. That she would speak with a meek and quiet spirit; not being vain glorious. I bind the spirit of comparison with her beauty or talents to others.

I pray Father God that you would protect her; spirit, soul and body; giving her the strength to maintain her purity. That her mind would be focused on you and your word, as she pursues her teenage and young adult years. Surround her Lord with good company; equally yoked friends, who will encourage her when she need to be reminded of your love for her.

I ask Father God that you would continue to give me the wisdom to love, encourage, and be an example of the godly woman you desire her to be and a leader amongst her peers.

I ask all these things in Jesus name, AMEN.
May God Continue to Bless her Mother @layaltinubu (My greatest blessing)

Seyi Tinubu pens heartfelt

 

Layal, on her part, posted a photo of their daughter and simply captioned it thus:

 

"My perfect princess. You will always be a light in the lives of those around you!"

 

Seyi Tinubu pens heartfelt

Seyi Tinubu pens heartfelt

 

Man kills and buries his 70-year-old father inside a shallow grave in Anambra (photos)

 

Man kills and buries his 70-year-old father inside a shallow grave in Anambra (photos)

A 26-year-old man, Chisom Ogum, has been arrested by men of the Anambra state police command for allegedly killing his biological father, Christopher Ogum, 70, and burying him in a shallow grave in Umuomaku community in Orumba South local government area of the state today September 26.

 

According to reports, Chisom reportedly went berserk, attacked, and killed his father with a shovel and then buried him in a shallow grave. The suspect attempted to escape before he was apprehended and beaten to stupor by an angry mob who equally forced him to exhume the corpse of his father from where he buried it.

 

Confirming the incident to newsmen, the spokesperson of the state police command, Haruna Mohammed, said police detectives visited the scene of the crime, photographed the victim and took the corpse to the mortuary for autopsy after it was certified dead by a medical doctor at Umunze general hospital.

 

Haruna said the offensive weapon used in perpetrating the offence was also recovered as an exhibit.

 

He added that the state Commissioner of Police CP John B.Abang has ordered for the case to be transferred to the State CID Awka for discreet investigation.

 

Those refering to me as 'Supreme Court Governor' are ignorant- Governor Hope Uzodinma

 

Those refering to me as

Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo state has described Nigerians referring to him as a 'Supreme Court governor' as ignorant.

 

The governor said this when he appeared on Channels TV on Friday, September 25.

 

When he was asked how he feels when people call him a Supreme Court governor, Uzodinma said

“It is the height of ignorance because they don’t know what they are saying. There is a reason for the Supreme Court. In the doctrine and principle of democracy, the law expected that there would be grievances and malpractices in the electoral process.

“When this happens, the only legitimate right you have is to seek redress at the court. And of course, the court determines. Remember that this is not the first time, so many elections had held where the candidates went to court and they got justice. So, why will mine be different?

“Human beings voted and the votes were not counted. I went to the Supreme Court and INEC was unable to explain why they did not enter the result. It was a simple judgment. The Supreme Court said INEC was wrong.”

 

Recall that on January 14, 2020, the Supreme court removed Emeka Ihedioha of the Peoples Democratic Party as governor of the state on grounds that he did not score the lawful majority votes in the Imo governorship race. The court said it arrived at that decision after adding votes scored by Uzodinma in 388 polling units, which showed that he won the race.

 

It subsequently declared Uzodinma the winner of the election and ordered the Independent National Electoral Commission to give him a Certificate of Return as elected Imo governor.

 

Ihedioha, however, returned to the Supreme Court with a view to seeking a review of the judgement that removed him from office but failed.


Bandits kill Army colonel, two soldiers in Katsina

 

Bandits kill Army colonel, two soldiers in Katsina

A Nigerian Army colonel, M.Z Manu and two soldiers have been killed by bandits in Unguwar Doka Village under Faskari Local Government Area of Katsina State.


It was gathered that the bandits, armed with AK-47 rifles invaded the villages on Thursday night and started shooting indiscriminately. In the process, the gallant officer, soldiers and some civilians were killed.


The acting Director, Defence Media Operations, Brig. General Benard Onyeuko, who confirmed the incident in a statement issued to journalists at the Special Army Super Camp IV Faskari, said troops of Operation Sahel Sanity responded to a distress call on September 24, 2020 that bandits attacked Unguwar Doka Village and swiftly mobilised to the area where they cleared the bandits.


During the encounter, troops neutralised 21 bandits while others escaped with gunshot into the forest as evident by the trails of blood along the criminals’ escape route.

 

The statement disclosed that the soldiers rescued three kidnapped victims, including an eight-month-old baby who had been in captivity for more than 23 days and recovered one AK-47 and three motorcycles from the fleeing hoodlums.

 

"Regrettably, resulting from the encounter with the bandits, one gallant officer and two soldiers paid the supreme sacrifice while two other soldiers were wounded in action and are currently receiving medical treatment in a military medical facility and responding positively," said Onyeuko.


“The fearless troops have continued to pursue the bandits into the forest and dominating the general areas with aggressive fighting patrols to deny them any respite." he added.

 

Meanwhile, the burial activities of Colonel Manu will hold today at army HQ, Zaria, Kaduna state.

 

Bandits kill Army colonel, two soldiers in Katsina

 

Scores missing as truck plunges into river in Lagos

 

Scores missing as truck plunges into river in Lagos

Scores of persons have been declared missing after a truck conveying sand, fell off the Berger bridge into the Epe river in Lagos State on Friday night September 25.

 

In a statement released today September 25, the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency LASEMA said the number of persons in the truck was unknown and that efforts are being made to rescue who plunged into the river. The statement reads

 

''The Agency received information late last night of an accident involving a Volvo tipper that fell off the Berger bridge at Epe into the Epe river.

Upon arrival at the scene of incident, it was discovered that the six (6) Tyre Truck was loaded with Sand

And the number of people in the truck was unknown. Since the early hours of the morning, a combined team of Agency responders, Marine Rescue Unit, Nigeria Police and Local Divers have been carrying out Search and Rescue No deaths or casualties confirmed yet''


Four men found dead in one-room apartment in Abraka after eating noodles

 

Four men found dead in one-room apartment in Abraka after eating noodles

The decomposing bodies of four men were reportedly discovered in a one-room apartment in Abraka, a University town in Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State on Thursday morning, September 24.

 

It was gathered that the deceased had eaten noodles the previous night. Two others who also eat  the meal are currently receiving treatment at an undisclosed hospital.

 

Spokesman of the command, DSP Onome Onovwakpoyeya, who confirmed the incident said that the victims were not students of the state university.


"It’ s not a hostel room but a private apartment. They are not students . According to the caretaker, the room was rented to one person but at times , he brought seven or nine people to stay there. But in this particular case, there were seven in the room," Onovwakpoya said.

 

"It was the vigilantes who called the attention of the police. Residents of the compound called the vigilantes that an offensive odour was coming out of a room. But by the time they got there with the police, they found out that four people were dead, two unconscious and one was conscious .They were rushed to Eku Specialist Hospital. Doctors confirmed four of the boys dead while two are still receiving medical treatment." he added.


Don’t join nationwide strike - FG warns civil servants

 

Don?t join nationwide strike - FG warns civil servants

Workers under the federal civil service have been asked not to join the planned strike by labour unions across the country scheduled to begin on Monday September 28. 

 

Folasade Yemi-Esan, head of civil service of the federation in a statement released late on Friday September 25 stated that the workers cannot embark on the industrial action because there is a court injunction restraining them from doing so.

 

She added that the federal government is in talks with the labour unions towards ensuring that all agitations by the workers are resolved.

 

The statement read; 

 

“Sequel to the call by the Labour Unions for workers to embark on industrial action from Monday, 28th September, 2020, the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation (OHCSF) wishes to inform all public servants that the Federal Government team is currently engaging with the Labour Unions with a view to resolving all contentious issues and avert the planned industrial action. 

“Furthermore, it is important to note that there is a court injunction granted by the National Industrial Court (Suit No. NICN/ABJ/253/2020) on 24th September, 2020, restraining the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress of Nigeria from embarking on any form of industrial action pending the hearing and determination of a Motion on Notice.

“Accordingly, all officers on Grade Level 12 and above and those on essential services are hereby strongly advised to be at work to perform their official duties.”

Togo's Prime Minister and his government resign

 

Togo

Togo's Prime Minister Komi Selom Klassou and his government have resigned in a political reshuffle delayed by the Coronavirus pandemic.

 

The resignation came after President Faure Gnassingbe won his re-election in March, extending his 15-year-old rule and a family dynasty that began when his father took power in a 1967 coup.

 

Komi Selom Klassou has served as prime minister since 2015. Commenting on the resignation of the prime minister, Gnassingbe congratulated Klassou and his team for their "economic, political and social efforts and the encouraging results despite the health crisis around the world."

 

The presidency did not say when a new prime minister would be appointed.


Seven policemen and three soldiers killed as Boko haram terrorists attack Borno Governor, Babagana Zulum’s convoy

 

Seven policemen and three soldiers killed as Boko haram terrorists attack Borno Governor, Babagana Zulum?s convoy

Eight policemen, three soldiers, and four Civilian Joint Task Force operatives were killed after the convoy of the Borno state governor, Babagana Zulum, was again attacked by Boko Haram terrorists along the Baga Highway in the state on Friday, September 25.

 

According to reports, the governor had left Maiduguri for Baga to prepare for the planned return of internally displaced persons from Maiduguri to the camps in Baga when his convoy was attacked by the terrorists.

 

The attack comes barely two months after Governor Zulum was attacked around the same axis by the insurgents on his way from Baga.