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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Trending, Groom shower - Click to see more photos

Trending, Groom shower...please what do have to say? Is it a welcome development since brides now spend more time planning a Bridal shower?

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Photo: Two human heads discovered in Choba, Rivers State

The residents of Choba, Porthacourt, Rivers State, today, woke up to the sight of two heads put inside a polythene bag dumped on the road divider at Choba junction.

The discovery was made around 7a.m this morning and the circumstances surrounding it remain unknown.


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Nurse takes selfie in hospital ward with naked pregnant woman in the background

A nurse has been criticized after she took a selfie in a hospital ward with a naked pregnant woman in the background.

The inappropriate photo went viral after it was shared on Facebook and social media users called the unidentified nurse out for violating the code of ethics in nursing.

Though the location where the photo was taken is unknown, social media users have said the nurse deserves to be fired.


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Sunday, November 11, 2018

$100 Million Dollar Program Launche for Black Entrepreneurs by African Billionaire

Tony Elumelu, a Nigerian billionaire and philanthropist, has designed an entrepreneurship program that will disburse $100 million dollars in financial assistance to African and African-American entrepreneurs throughout the U.S and Africa.

Who is this guy?

You may have never heard of him, but he's the founder and chairman of Heirs Holdings, UBA Group Plc, Seadrill Nigeria Ltd and Transcorp Plc - Nigeria’s largest listed conglomerate. The company manages investments in financial services, power generation, oil, gas, agribusiness, real estate and hospitality.

Back in 2014, Elumelu co-hosted a summit in Washington DC that consisted of nearly 100 African and African-American business leaders. The common theme of the platform was to see to the improvement in the economic stance of Africans, as well as African-Americans, and to create advancement opportunities for all who interacted.

The ultimate vision

Via his foundation, the Tony Elumelu foundation, 53-year old Elumelu says his vision is to help 10,000 entrepreneurs create 10,000 startups within the next 10 years that generate significant employment and wealth. And what he has is mind is more than simple aid; but will also create a solid partnership between Africa and the U.S.

He comments, "I set up the foundation to tackle some of the problems African entrepreneurs face, as entrepreneurship is my passion. I would also like to encourage more of Africa’s high-net-worth individuals to give and support their passions in an institutional manner. It is my belief that home-grown African philanthropy should be setting the agenda for the continent’s development."

The foundation has three goals:

#1 - Identify 10,000 African startups and African entrepreneurs with ideas that have the potential to succeed

#2 - Grow the businesses through business skills training, mentoring, access to seed capital funding, information and membership in our Africa-wide alumni network

3 - Create businesses that can generate at least 1,000,000 new jobs and contribute at least $10 billion in revenues across Africa over 10 years.

For more details about the Tony Elumelu Foundation, visit www.tonyelumelufoundation.org

The foundation's documentary on YouTube has already garnered more than 1 million views.

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How I Defrauded People On Facebook Pretending To Be Atiku’s Aide —suspect

A masters degree holder, Aminu Ahmed Yerima, has been arrested by operatives of the Inspector General of Police Special Intelligence Response Team, IRT, for defrauding over 50 persons on Facebook, pretending to be an aide to former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, who is presently the Presidential Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party.

Yerima, who is also a native of Jada Local Government Area of Adamawa State, where the former Vice President, hails from, had fleeced his unsuspecting victims of large sums of money, running into millions of naira. He was said to have ran into trouble when two of his female victims wrote a petition against him to the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, detailing how he defrauded them of the sum of N5million within the space of six months.

Police sources disclosed that after the IGP approved the petitions, he directed his men at IRT, headed by Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari, to investigate and bring the perpetrator to book. Yerima, was said to have been traced through information he provided on his Facebook and Kano State, where he was arrested.

The police sources explained that Yerima, created a Facebook account using pictures of himself and the former Vice President, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia and several other locations. He also identified himself on his facebook wall as the personal aide to the former vice president.


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Saturday, November 10, 2018

Nigeria Man in tears after his girlfriend burnt his passport with his Australian visa

As seen on Twitter... What would you do if you were the man? knowing fully well how long and difficult it is to get an Austrailian visa.


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Photos of Groom crying because he is getting married

Have you ever seen where a groom cried because he was getting married and would leave his parents? No? Ok i saw one on ur behalf, his name is unknown.

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EBSU 2018/2019 acceptance fee payment and full registration procedure

This is to inform all admitted candidates that registration for 2018/2019 academic session commences fully on 10th October 2018. The list is also hosted in EBSU website at www.ebsu-edu.ng and can be accessed by the candidates through check admission status link in EBSU Website.


You are required to pay the sum of Thirty Thousand Naira (N30,000) non-refundable acceptance fee with a transaction charge of (N315), payable into EBSU Account following the procedure outlined below:

  1. Log to www.ebsu.edu.ng/app and click on check admission status to confirm your admission.
  2. To generate invoice for acceptance fee payment, first Create portal account by logging to www.ebsu.edu.ng/portal and click on CREATE A PORTAL ACCOUNT HERE
  3. Under student type, Choose New Student (Current Year 1) and enter your jamb registration number in the box that appear
  4. Click on Verify button to generate default account detail with your password
  5. Log into the portal with your jamb registration number and default password
  6. Update Your personal profile before proceeding to generate invoice by Clicking on Acceptance fees and choose Get Acceptance Invoice from the dropdown link that appears
  7. Print and proceed to any bank of your choice for payment or payment online by clicking on the payment link on the invoice page
  8. After which, return to the portal to print your acceptance letter and online admission letter.

N/B: Important Note: All newly admitted Candidate must accept their admission from JAMB CAP before proceeding to make acceptance payment, and acceptance and school fee payment inovice must be through the University portal as any payment made through any other platform or directly from remita (remita.net) will not be accepted.

PLEASE NOTE: that the number of candidates admitted in each programme is more than the number to be registered. In other words, mere admission does not guarantee automatic registration. Accordingly, registration is strictly to be on the basis of first come, first serve and a minimum of two weeks is hereby given for each candidate to process his/her registration. Be reminded, that at the expiration of University dully allocated time for registration, further payment shall only be acceptable on revalidation/approval by the University as payment made behind approved schedule shall not be refunded.


After payment of non-refundable acceptance fee, candidates will be issued with an electronic receipt following payment, which the candidate can take to the school to receive the applicable service. Candidates are advised to report to the EBSU Bursary Unit with the electronic receipt to obtain Original EBSU Bursary receipt (i.e evidence of payment of N30,000 acceptance fee). Thereafter, candidates are advised to report to the EBSU Admission Unit for commencement of documentation; with the following:

Original JAMB Result slip
Original O'level result(s) slip (SSCE/NECO or NABTEB)
Original PD result slip (where applicable)
Original print out of acceptance fee acknowledgement slip
Original L.G.A. Identification Letter
Original EBSU Bursary receipt (ie. evidence of payment of N30,000 acceptance fee).

Your strict compliance is highly solicited.

Ukpabi Helen O.
Admissions Officer
For: Registrar
Vice Chancellor
All Faculty Officers
All Academic Deans


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Ebsu relesses 2018/2019 Second Semester Result online - How to Check

This is to inform all Ebonyi State University students who participated in the 2018 second semester exams that Ebsu has released 2018 second semester result online and its ready for you to check.

The management wish to inform all students that not all the departments can check their results online and as such they are advised to always check to know when the final upload will take place.

Thuse who are able to check their and found that not all their 2018 Second Semester results were uploaded are advised to check back later.

All Ebsu students are advise to follow below link to check their 2018 Second Semester Result online

Note: you will be required to log in with your username and password before you can be able to view your 2018 Second Semester Result online.

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Friday, November 09, 2018

Gbenro Ajibade finally addresses claims that he's gay

Rumors that actor Gbenro Ajibade is gay began to circulate when he flashed his nipple rings and left a rainbow emoji, which usually signifies the gay pride flag.

As there were already speculations that there was problems in his and Osas Ighodaro's marriage, the rainbow emoji was interpreted to mean that he's gay and that might be the reason for his marital problems.

Well, weeks after, Gbenro has now addressed the speculations.

The father-of-one said he is not gay and proceeded to remove the rainbow emoji from his post. He added that he had no idea the emoji could also be used to represent gay pride.

He wrote:

Shoutout to @queenviee @jaymoneyentt @nevadabridgepro @mofedamijo for the knowledge.So I would naturally not say but i feel at the end of the day we as human beings learn on a daily basis and with the platform I have,would be nice to impact same knowledge to my lovely followers that don’t know so they won’t make same mistake. DONT GET IT TWISTED M NOT TRYING TO PROVE A POINT TO NOBODY COS I DONT GIVE A F**K!!!For those who don’t know (even tho in my context I was obviously referring to the actual weather)this is for you:

The rainbow emoji is ALSO a symbol for the ‘LBGT’ movement (lesbian,gay,bisexual,transgender)Fortunately or unfortunately for y’all I AM NONE OF THE ABOVE!!!!...check my records. Am only explaining for those that didn’t know till today like me.So please stop having my dm’s adulterated(you know yourselves! And bout my piercings...hey there are just 4years old and am only on the 7th one??


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HIV-infected soldier arrested after raping more than 70 teenage boys

Police have arrested an HIV-infected soldier identified as Sgt. Maj. Jakkrit Khomsing who allegedly blackmailed and raped more than 70 teenage boys in Thailand.  

Police said in a statement that they received a complaint that Khomsing was using fake social media profiles on Facebook and the gay dating app Blued to win the trust of his victims. Police Lt. Col. Nacharot Kaewpetch said the victims would send their nude photos to Khomsing before agreeing to meet him.

When they found out he was not who he pretended to be online, he would threaten to make their nude photos public if they refused to have sex with him. Kaewpetch said police discovered medicine for treating HIV when they arrested the 43-year-old Khomsing at his home on Wednesday in the northeastern province of Khon Kaen. 

They said tests confirmed he was infected with HIV. So far police have determined that Khomsing had more than 70 victims between the ages of 13 and 18. “Even though the suspect is a soldier, this behavior and I’ve consulted with army commanders is a personal issue, not an organisational one,” police Maj. Gen. Surachate Hakparn said. 

Police said they are widening their investigation and attempting to contact other victims who have not yet filed charges. Police have so far charged Khomsing with six offenses, including sex with a minor under 15 with or without their consent, punishable by 4-20 years in prison.

Other charges are indecent assault of a minor under 15 using threats, punishable by up to 10 years in prison; separating a minor under 15 from their parents without reason, punishable by 3-15 years in prison; blackmail, punishable by up to 3 years in prison; and coercing minors to conduct inappropriate acts, punishable by up to three months in prison.


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Tuesday, November 06, 2018

Check out this trending breakfast on facebook - see recipe too

Surely this type of breakfast can make a man have a side chick if his wife can't make such.

The delicious meal is made of

  • Tomatoes stew
  • Chicken 
  • Unripe plantain 
  • Sweetcorn and 
  • Green peas 

Its very very easy to prepare, just follow the image below and make your family happy once more with a delicious meal like this.

More to come, stay tune


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Son of ASUU executive killed in bike accident in Lagos

A motorcyclist and his passenger, a lawyer, were killed in an accident in Lagos.

The lawyer, identified as Usaamah, is the son of Dr AbdurRasheed Adetokunbo Adenowo, the Welfare Officer of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Lagos State University (LASU) chapter.

Usaamah employed the service of the motorcyclist on Sunday night but they never made it to their destination. They got in a fatal accident at Volks bus stop along the Lagos-Badagry expressway.

The 25-year-old lawyer and the okada rider were hit by a trailer while trying to avoid an oncoming Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) that drove against traffic, The Nation reports.

An eyewitness said, according to The Nation:

The reckless SUV driver drove the wrong way to avoid heavy traffic on the other lane. The okada rider, in a bid to avoid head on collision with the SUV, unknowingly turned to a speeding trailer. That man (Usaamah) and the okada rider were hit by the trailer. Both of them died on the spot.

According to Adebanji Adeyemi, a PhD student and friend of Dr Adenowo, a soldier saw Usaamah’s Identity Card, traced the address on it to his home to inform his parents.

He added:

The okada rider has been buried. Usaamah was buried earlier today (yesterday) at Isashi in Ojo Local Government.

Adeyemi, who taught the late Usaamah English language at Vanguards Academy, a secondary school in Ijebu-Ishiwo, Ogun State, described him as a gentle and intelligent person.

He studied Law at the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN), Kwara State. He was on his Master’s at the University of Ibadan (UI), Oyo State. He was working with a law firm in Surulere. He was coming to Masha where he stayed with someone due to the distance from his parents’ house and the perennial traffic along the Badagry Expressway. I am devastated by his death.

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Monday, November 05, 2018

photos: Man found dead in an uncompleted building in Lekki

A man was found dead in an uncompleted building in Lekki, Lagos and efforts are being made to locate his family.

The young man has been identified as Nwakalor Emmanuel, thanks to the hospital card found on him. It is believed he died as a result of an illness.

His body was found on Friday, November 2, in an uncompleted building close to the Lekki Conservation Centre. His corpse has been deposited at Mainland Hospital, Yaba.

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Kenya Moore, 47, Welcomes First Child After Complications

Former Miss U.S, Kenya Moore, 47, gave birth to daughter, Brooklyn Doris Daly, at 9:39 a.m. ET on Sunday.

It’s the first child for Moore and husband Marc Daly, who gave their daughter a name that holds special meaning. .

But the happy news also comes after scary few days for Moore. The ex beauty queen, who conceived through in vitro fertilization, gave birth via emergency cesarean section after revealing, on Oct. 27, that she had tested positive for preeclampsia — a pregnancy complication that caused her to gain “17 lbs. in ONE week due to severe swelling and water retention, high blood pressure, and excess protein in urine.”

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Thursday, November 01, 2018

Bobrisky finally shows-off her boyfriend - Check him out

Nigeria media entertainer and crossdresser, Bobrisky, finally show off his boyfriend. She took to her Instagram account and display photos of him in a video call.

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Here's what she shared 



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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Beautiful maternity photos of 3 pregnant sisters

These beautiful and biological sisters are all expecting at the same time. How lovely!

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The Arc of Noah rebuilt & opened for public in Kentucky, USA, The exact measurements as God gave in Bible

The Arc of Noah rebuilt & opened for public in Kentucky, USA. The exact measurements as God gave in Bible.

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