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18 Oct 2021
She Said She Needs A Husband
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18 Oct 2021

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4 Oct 2021

WhiteMoney Breaks Silence, Top Celebrity Diagnosed With Peritonitis as Maria Tenders Apology:-


BBNaija Winner, Whitemoney Sends Appreciation Message To His Supporters.
Following his victory yesterday, the last man standing in the BBNaija reality show season 6, Whitemoney has appreciated all those who supported him throughout the journey.

A video showing Whitemoney full of thanks was posted on BBNaija Instagram page.

Recall that Whitemoney won the BBNaija season 6 edition on Sunday.

Whitemoney defeated Liquorose, Pere, Cross, Angel and Emmanuel to win the show's N90m grand prize.

Liquorose and Pere emerged the first and second runner-ups respectively.

Here is the video below:


OAP Matilda Duncan asks for prayers as she reveals battle with Peritonitis

Matilda Duncan has been diagnosed with Peritonitis.

The media personality, who is a sister to actor Mofe Euncan, made the revelation on Twitter.

She shared a photo from her hospital bed and asked her followers to pray for her as she begins battling the ailment.
27 Sep 2021
Bobrisky Finally Opens Up On Sleeping With Mompha
Bobrisky Finally Opens Up On Sleeping With Mompha

Bobrisky Finally Opens up on "Sleeping With Mompha", Davido Mourns, Nigerian Flag Banned: 

"This thing never happened" Bobrisky finally clears Mompha's name following allegations they had a sexual relationship (video)

Bobrisky has gone on Instagram Live to dispute the allegation that he and BDC operator, Mompha, had a sexual relationship.

The allegation was made by Oye Kyme, Bobrisky's former PA.

Mompha initially pleaded with Bobrisky to debunk the allegations but this led to a war of words as Bobrisky refused to do so in voice notes exchanged between them (seehere). Bobrisky has now cleared Mompha's name during an Instagram Live interview Freeze held with Bob and Mompha.

"This thing never happened," Bobrisky said during the interview

21 Sep 2021
A 24 Years Old Young Nigerian Guy Was Killed In UK
A 24 Years Old Young Nigerian Guy Was Killed In UK

UK Police Plead Foror Information on 'Nigerian Boy' Allegedly Killed As a 'Human Sacrifice' in London

UK police has appealed for fresh information two decades after the torso of a suspected Nigerian young boy believed to have been killed as a "human sacrifice" was found in the River Thames.
The boy’s headless and limbless body was found in the London part of the river clad in orange shorts on September 21, 2001, and forensics concluded he was from Nigeria.
He is thought to have been aged between four and seven.

On Tuesday, September 21, London’s Metropolitan Police asked those who may have knowledge of the case to be "bold", suggesting they may no longer be bound by former allegiances.
"It is incredibly sad and frustrating that Adam’s murder remains unsolved," said Detective Chief Inspector Kate Kieran.
"This young boy has not and will not be forgotten. He deserved better and we will not give up on him."

Police have previously detained three people in the long-running case but released them all without charge.
During the initial investigation, detectives used bone samples to identify the boy as coming from Nigeria and said he died from violent trauma to the neck.
While seeking his true identity, they gave him the operational name of "Adam".
He is thought to have been aged between four and seven. His throat had been cut and his head and limbs cut off. Police believe the boy was trafficked from Africa and killed in a ritual ceremony.
UK police had been in search of information about the boy since his body was discovered.
Police detectives flew out to consult South Africa’s occult crimes unit, and issued a worldwide appeal throughout the African country.
The police were told by the South African unit that the boy could have died from muti killings – an occasion of murder and mutilation associated with some witchcraft and traditional cultural practices in South Africa.
UK police also travelled to Nigeria, where such killings can be associated with ritual sacrifice, AFP reported on Tuesday.
British police have recorded scores of cases over the past decade of children who have faced torture and abuse as part of witchcraft rituals.
The British government launched a campaign against faith-based child abuse in 2012, saying there was a need to take a stand, working with African migrant associations.
In 2014, the United Nations said it was concerned at reports that hundreds of children had been abducted in Africa and trafficked to the UK, especially London, for religious rituals.

Kristen Sandberg, then-head of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child lamented that "the number of convictions is extremely low."
21 Sep 2021
UK police plead for information on 'Nigerian boy' allegedly killed as a 'human sacrifice' in London     UK police has appealed for fresh information two decades after the torso of a suspected Nigerian young boy believed to have been killed as a "human sacrifice" was found in the River Thames.     The boy’s headless and limbless body was found in the London part of the river clad in orange shorts on September 21, 2001, and forensics concluded he was from Nigeria.     He is thought to have been aged between four and seven.     On Tuesday, September 21, London’s Metropolitan Police asked those who may have knowledge of the case to be "bold", suggesting they may no longer be bound by former allegiances.     "It is incredibly sad and frustrating that Adam’s murder remains unsolved," said Detective Chief Inspector Kate Kieran.     "This young boy has not and will not be forgotten. He deserved better and we will not give up on him."     Police have previously detained three people in the long-running case but released them all without charge.     During the initial investigation, detectives used bone samples to identify the boy as coming from Nigeria and said he died from violent trauma to the neck.     While seeking his true identity, they gave him the operational name of "Adam".     He is thought to have been aged between four and seven. His throat had been cut and his head and limbs cut off. Police believe the boy was trafficked from Africa and killed in a ritual ceremony.     UK police had been in search of information about the boy since his body was discovered.     Police detectives flew out to consult South Africa’s occult crimes unit, and issued a worldwide appeal throughout the African country.     The police were told by the South African unit that the boy could have died from muti killings – an occasion of murder and mutilation associated with some witchcraft and traditional cultural practices in South Africa.     UK police also travelled to Nigeria, where such killings can be associated with ritual sacrifice, AFP reported on Tuesday.     British police have recorded scores of cases over the past decade of children who have faced torture and abuse as part of witchcraft rituals.     The British government launched a campaign against faith-based child abuse in 2012, saying there was a need to take a stand, working with African migrant associations.     In 2014, the United Nations said it was concerned at reports that hundreds of children had been abducted in Africa and trafficked to the UK, especially London, for religious rituals.     Kristen Sandberg, then-head of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child lamented that "the number of convictions is extremely low."
UK police plead for information on 'Nigerian boy' allegedly killed as a 'human sacrifice' in London UK police has appealed for fresh information two decades after the torso of a suspected Nigerian young boy believed to have been killed as a "human sacrifice" was found in the River Thames.   The boy’s headless and limbless body was found in the London part of the river clad in orange shorts on September 21, 2001, and forensics concluded he was from Nigeria.   He is thought to have been aged between four and seven.   On Tuesday, September 21, London’s Metropolitan Police asked those who may have knowledge of the case to be "bold", suggesting they may no longer be bound by former allegiances.   "It is incredibly sad and frustrating that Adam’s murder remains unsolved," said Detective Chief Inspector Kate Kieran.   "This young boy has not and will not be forgotten. He deserved better and we will not give up on him."   Police have previously detained three people in the long-running case but released them all without charge.   During the initial investigation, detectives used bone samples to identify the boy as coming from Nigeria and said he died from violent trauma to the neck.   While seeking his true identity, they gave him the operational name of "Adam".   He is thought to have been aged between four and seven. His throat had been cut and his head and limbs cut off. Police believe the boy was trafficked from Africa and killed in a ritual ceremony.   UK police had been in search of information about the boy since his body was discovered.   Police detectives flew out to consult South Africa’s occult crimes unit, and issued a worldwide appeal throughout the African country.   The police were told by the South African unit that the boy could have died from muti killings – an occasion of murder and mutilation associated with some witchcraft and traditional cultural practices in South Africa.   UK police also travelled to Nigeria, where such killings can be associated with ritual sacrifice, AFP reported on Tuesday.   British police have recorded scores of cases over the past decade of children who have faced torture and abuse as part of witchcraft rituals.   The British government launched a campaign against faith-based child abuse in 2012, saying there was a need to take a stand, working with African migrant associations.   In 2014, the United Nations said it was concerned at reports that hundreds of children had been abducted in Africa and trafficked to the UK, especially London, for religious rituals.   Kristen Sandberg, then-head of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child lamented that "the number of convictions is extremely low."

14 Aug 2021

Fire Razes TV Station in Ogun State
A fire Has Raze Down Hi-Impact TV, Nigeria’s First Full HD Television Studio, in Ogun....


A fire has razed down Hi-Impact TV, Nigeria’s first full HD Television Studio, in Ogun.
The television studio is located in the premises of Hi-Impact Planet Amusements Park & Resort at Kilometre 12 Lagos-Ibadan Express way, Ibafo in Obafemi Owode Local Government Area of Ogun.
The station caught fire on Thursday and its studio burnt to ashes.
11 Aug 2021

Black Woman in Ohio Sentenced To 18 Months in Prison, White Woman Gets Probation For Simila Crime:-


If we needed recent proof of how systemic racism works, the justice system in Ohio is exhibit A.
According to Cleveland.com, a Black woman was sentenced to 18 months in prison just a day after a White woman who was accused of a similar crime was given probation. What makes it even more incredible is that the Black woman was accused of stealing $40,000 yet, the white woman had been accused of stealing more than $200,000.
Karla Hopkins, 51, a former secreta Maple Heights High School.,
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3 Aug 2021
BREAKING] Hushpuppi: IGP appoints Disu as Kyari’s replacement at IRT.....The Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, has approved the posting of Tunji Disu, a Deputy Commissioner of Police, as the new Head of the Police Intelligence Response Team.  The appointment of the officer was sequel to the police management’s decision to fill the leadership gap within the unit caused by the suspension of the former IRT head, Abba Kyari, who is under investigation for alleged collusion in a $1.1 million Internet fraud perpetrated by a suspect, Abass Ramon, commonly known as Hushpuppi.  A statement on Monday by the police spokesman, Frank Mba, titled, ‘IGP appoints DCP Tunji Disu as Head, Police Intelligence Response Team,’ said the positing was with immediate effect.  The statement said, “The IG charged the new head of the IRT to demonstrate his professional competence in his leadership of the unit.  “He also assured citizens that the IRT will remain focused in the discharge of its duties in line with national statutes and international best practices.  Prior to his appointment, Disu, a former Commander of the Rapid Response Squad Lagos State, was the DCP, Department of Operations, Force Headquarters, Abuja.  He had also previously served at the State Criminal Investigation Department, Rivers State as the Deputy Head of the unit.  He was also a former Commander of the Nigeria Police Contingent to the African Union Peace Keeping Mission in Dafur, Sudan.  The new IRT head holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the Lagos State University and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the Adekunle Ajasin University, Ondo State.  He has also attended several professional courses both at home and abroad, including Small Arms Smuggling Training in Botswana, Internet Fraud Training at the Cambridge University, United Kingdom; Strategic Leadership Command Course at the Police Staff College, Jos; Forensic Investigations and Criminal Intelligence Course at the University of Lagos, amongst others.  He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Nigeria Institute of Public Relations and Chattered Institute of Personnel management, amongst other professional bodies
BREAKING] Hushpuppi: IGP appoints Disu as Kyari’s replacement at IRT.....The Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, has approved the posting of Tunji Disu, a Deputy Commissioner of Police, as the new Head of the Police Intelligence Response Team. The appointment of the officer was sequel to the police management’s decision to fill the leadership gap within the unit caused by the suspension of the former IRT head, Abba Kyari, who is under investigation for alleged collusion in a $1.1 million Internet fraud perpetrated by a suspect, Abass Ramon, commonly known as Hushpuppi. A statement on Monday by the police spokesman, Frank Mba, titled, ‘IGP appoints DCP Tunji Disu as Head, Police Intelligence Response Team,’ said the positing was with immediate effect. The statement said, “The IG charged the new head of the IRT to demonstrate his professional competence in his leadership of the unit. “He also assured citizens that the IRT will remain focused in the discharge of its duties in line with national statutes and international best practices. Prior to his appointment, Disu, a former Commander of the Rapid Response Squad Lagos State, was the DCP, Department of Operations, Force Headquarters, Abuja. He had also previously served at the State Criminal Investigation Department, Rivers State as the Deputy Head of the unit. He was also a former Commander of the Nigeria Police Contingent to the African Union Peace Keeping Mission in Dafur, Sudan. The new IRT head holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the Lagos State University and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the Adekunle Ajasin University, Ondo State. He has also attended several professional courses both at home and abroad, including Small Arms Smuggling Training in Botswana, Internet Fraud Training at the Cambridge University, United Kingdom; Strategic Leadership Command Course at the Police Staff College, Jos; Forensic Investigations and Criminal Intelligence Course at the University of Lagos, amongst others. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Nigeria Institute of Public Relations and Chattered Institute of Personnel management, amongst other professional bodies

BREAKING] Hushpuppi: IGP Appoints Disu As Kyari’s Replacement At IRT.


The Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, has approved the posting of Tunji Disu, a Deputy Commissioner of Police, as the new Head of the Police Intelligence Response Team.

The appointment of the officer was sequel to the police management’s decision to fill the leadership gap within the unit caused by the suspension of the former IRT head, Abba Kyari, who is under investigation for alleged collusion in a $1.1 million Internet fraud perpetrated by a suspect, Abass Ramon, commonly known as Hushpuppi.

A statement on Monday by the police spokesman, Frank Mba, titled, ‘IGP appoints DCP Tunji Disu as Head, Police Intelligence Response Team,’ said the positing was with immediate effect.

The statement said, “The IG charged the new head of the IRT to demonstrate his professional competence in his leadership of the unit.

“He also assured citizens that the IRT will remain focused in the discharge of its duties in line with national statutes and international best practices.

Prior to his appointment, Disu, a former Commander of the Rapid Response Squad Lagos State, was the DCP, Department of Operations, Force Headquarters, Abuja.

He had also previously served at the State Criminal Investigation Department, Rivers State as the Deputy Head of the unit.

He was also a former Commander of the Nigeria Police Contingent to the African Union Peace Keeping Mission in Dafur, Sudan.

The new IRT head holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the Lagos State University and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the Adekunle Ajasin University, Ondo State.

He has also attended several professional courses both at home and abroad, including Small Arms Smuggling Training in Botswana, Internet Fraud Training at the Cambridge University, United Kingdom; Strategic Leadership Command Course at the Police Staff College, Jos; Forensic Investigations and Criminal Intelligence Course at the University of Lagos, amongst others.

He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Nigeria Institute of Public Relations and Chattered Institute of Personnel management, amongst other professional bodies
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