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Friday, June 30, 2017

Pictured! Nigerian Doctor Storms Hospital, Opens Fire On Colleagues, Before Killing Self In New York

One doctor was shot and killed and at least six other people were injured on Friday afternoon inside Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center after a former doctor at the hospital opened fire with an assault rifle, officials said.

The gunman, who was wearing a white lab coat, was killed, apparently by a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the police said. He was identified by a police official as Henry Bello.

On the hospital’s website a Henry Bello is listed as a doctor employed in family medicine.

The hospital’s fire alarm system had been set off, apparently because the gunman had tried to set himself on fire.


Five the of six victims were seriously wounded and the sixth had been shot in the leg. All the shooting victims were found on the 16th and 17th floors of the hospital at 1650 Grand Concourse.
As the situation continued to unfold, at least one doctor was being treated by people inside the hospital who had tied an emergency fire hose as a tourniquet, the fire department official said.

By 3:30 p.m., the section of the hospital where the doctors were injured had been secured and the police were leading a heavily armored group of emergency service workers into the building.

Inside the hospital’s pediatric unit, a woman answering the phone who declined to give her name said that she and others were sheltering in place, unable to leave. "We are just keeping safe. We are O.K.,” she said. “All of us have to feel tense because of the situation.”

A woman who answered the phone in the hospital’s admittance office, who gave only her first name, Morgan, said that an alert went out to the staff around 3 p.m. ordering them to shelter in place. She said she was huddled in a room with several other workers.




Pastor jailed five years for raping church member’s daughter



An Abeokuta High Court sitting in Isabo, on Friday sentenced a cleric, Johnson Adeleke, to five years imprisonment for raping a 14- year-old member of his church.



Adeleke, the pastor of a new generation church in Abeokuta, was docked on one-count charge of rape contrary to Section 258 (1) of the Criminal Code Law of Ogun 2006.

In her ruling, Justice Olatokunbo Majekodunmi held that from the evidence before her, the convict was guilty of the rape charge preferred against him.

Majekodunmi held that the cleric had intercourse with the victim, now 27 years, when she was 14 years.

She said: “The convict John Adeleke was the pastor of the church the victim and her parents attend.

“In the year 2004, Adeleke proposed marriage to the victim and informed her parents that God revealed to him that the victim is his wife; the claim was disregarded by the victim’s parents.

“The convict attended night vigil at the home of the victim and used the opportunity to have sexual intercourse with her.

“The convict disvirgined his victim and threatened to kill her if she informs anybody.

“The parents of the victim later knew about it and ordered the arrest of the convict.”

NAN


Four soldiers killed in Borno explosion



The Army confirmed has confirmed that one officer and three soldiers were killed when their patrol vehicle encountered Improvised Explosive Device (IED) hidden on the road between Kangarwa and Alagarno village in Borno on Thursday.


The Army Spokesman, Brig.-Gen. Sani Usman, confirmed the incident in a statement on Friday.

He said three other soldiers sustained various degrees of injuries, while the patrol vehicle was completely damaged.

Usman, however, said three suspected terrorists who planted the explosive and hid themselves had been fished out and neutralised.

The army spokesman added that apart from clearance operations, troops stationed at Banki in Borno rendered humanitarian assistance to over 887 Nigerian refugees who had returned from Cameroon since Tuesday.

He said the troops, also on Thursday, handed over Miss Jada Hachaba, who was abducted by the terrorists to her mother at Gulak in Adamawa.

The army spokesman said Hachaba escaped from the terrorists’ captivity, adding that she was handed over in the presence of the District Head of Gulak.

At Buni Yadi in Yobe, Usman said troops discovered a 122mm D30 unexploded ordinance inside an uncompleted building at the Federal Low Cost Housing Estate.

He said the explosive ordinance team was drafted to the scene to safely detonate the explosive.

Usman said based on credible information, troops arrested two suspected Boko Haram collaborators/informants; Abubakar Ahmed, 23 and Aji Maina, 45, on Wednesday.

“Both were arrested at Garin Gada and Kanamma after painstaking trailing.

“Abubakar Ahmed was arrested while trying to collect relief materials for onward conveyance to Boko Haram terrorists, while Aji Maina was arrested while on transit at Kanamma enroute Gamari in Niger Republic,’’ he said.

NAN

Boko Haram will be defeated not with guns, weapons – Bishop Kukah


The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Mathew Kukah, has said that terrorism by Boko Haram will be defeated not only with guns and weapons but also through education. “I know we have a president with military background, I know we have the chief of army staff, General Buratai” who is doing his best, but military solution is never the best way to resolve a conflict.


Bishop Kukah said this in Maiduguri during a chat with Channels TV in Maiduguri after a three-day long engagement involving community leaders drawn from Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states, organised by The Kukah Center.

He said, “For me, as an intellectual, military solution is never the best way to resolve a conflict. Most conflicts have never been resolved on the war front. The final issues of human survival, the building blocks of a better society are laid by those who listen to the ordinary stories of people and how they survived. “We will defeat Boko Haram militarily.

But Boko Haram is an idea; it is not about guns and weapons. The guns are important. But beyond that is constructing a befitting edifice that can ensure an inclusion that will figure out how to manage the massive diversity that constitutes Nigeria. That is at the heart of the tragedy of Boko Haram.

“So, I think we must renew our commitment, first, to the fact that education is the antidote, but, most importantly, is the need for us to centre every policy around the development of the human person.” The focus of the meeting is on de-radicalisation, rehabilitation and reintegration of Violent Extremist Offenders (VEOs). The plan is to start conversations at the community level aimed at tackling the challenges of integrating repentant insurgents.

Etisalat Chairman Hakeem Belo-Osagie resigns


The Chairman of Etisalat Nigeria, Mr. Hakeem Bello Osagie, has resigned his appointment following the approval of a restructuring plan for the telecommunications firm.


The resignation is effective immediately, according to an insider source. “Although the chairman had planned to leave immediately the banks made the take-over move, he opted to tarry until a road map for the company was finalised. The timing of the resignation was strategically delayed till now when stakeholders have agreed a plan and comes more than a week after Mubadala Development Company directors tendered their resignation.”

The source also said that, “The development also reflects Mr. Bello-Osagie’s deep commitment to protecting the interest of all stakeholders. It is now expected that Etisalat Nigeria under its new shareholding structure will navigate through its current loan repayment challenge with minimum impact.” “Over the last several months, the chairman has worked extensively with critical stakeholders to prepare clearly articulated strategies and robust road maps that will mitigate the impact of the new shareholding restructuring and realignment on the operations and management of the 4thlargest telecoms player in Nigeria.” “With this development, the new board will assume control of Etisalat. This is coming following interventions, which have been roundly applauded, from regulatory agencies, including the Nigeria Communications commission (NCC) and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and other stakeholders to ensure that the best decisions are taken in the interest of the subscribers, employees and the Nigerian economy.”

The source conclude by saying that , “Further announcements on the composition of the new board are expected from the stakeholders.” Recall that in just less than four months, telecom company, Etisalat Nigeria survived two alleged take-over attempts by a consortium of 13 banks it borrowed money from in 2013 to fortify its network and expand its operations in Nigeria. On each occasion, interventions by the telecom sector regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, its counterpart in the banking sector, the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, were all it took to avert the impending doom such an action could unleash on the bourgeoning telecom sector. Etisalat and $68bn market: However, industry practitioners are complaining that the impact of the attempts alone could threaten the strength of Nigeria’s telecom sector, considering that Etisalat Nigeria contributed immensely to the over $68bn market it has become.

Part of the reasons that informed their fears included the pulling out of the two biggest investors, Emirates Telecommunications service of UAE and Mubadala Development Company, who together have divested their 70 percent holding in the company. To them, these pull-outs could lead to a loss of jobs, poor network maintenance, loss of foreign investor confidence and the corresponding domino effect on the other operators, subscribers and the sector itself, if adequate measures are not taken.

Takeover, a bad precedence A telecom sector analyst Dr. Thompson Ona said: “what has been happening to Etisalat over the past three to four months on this loan saga should be of concern to every Nigerian. If the precedent of allowing the banks to take over a telecommunications company is created, Nigeria may not be able to deal with the domino effect on many fronts. What expertise do the banks possess to run a telecommunications company? Where is Mobitel today after a bank took it over? “Remember, Etisalat has employed a lot of Nigerians who are bread winners in their respective homes. If this situation leads to loss of jobs, can you imagine the number of people that would be affected? Most importantly, how can we convince a foreign investor to come and invest in the sector which we incidentally are positioning to take over as the mainstay of the economy from oil? These are the critical factors the two regulators, particularly the NCC should consider and do everything humanly possible to forestall this anomaly about to happen.” EMTS, trading as Etisalat Nigeria, is a Nigerian company duly incorporated under the laws of Nigeria in partnership with Mubadala Development Company and Etisalat of the United Arab Emirates.

It acquired the Unified Access Licence from the Federal Government in January 2007. The licence includes a mobile licence and spectrum in the GSM 1800 and 900 MHz bands. Etisalat acquired a 40 per cent stake in EMTS and became the operator of the Unified Access Licence. NCC vows to protect Etisalat Meanwhile, the NCC has sounded a clear warning that a takeover may have complications due to the provisions of the Nigerian Communications Act. Director Public Affairs of NCC, Mr Tony Ojobo, in a statement, said: “The commission has drawn the attention of the banks to provisions of the Nigerian Communications Act (NCA) 2003 Section 38: Sub section 1: The grant of a licence shall be personal to the licencee and the licence shall not be operated by, assigned, sub licensed or transferred to another party unless the prior written approval of the commission has been granted; Sub section 2: A licencee shall at all times comply by the terms and conditions of the licence and the provision of this act and its subsidiary legislation.

The NCC wishes to reassure the over 21 million Etisalat subscribers that it will do all within its regulatory power to ensure that Etisalat subscribers continue to enjoy the services provided by the operator.” Loan impact, minimal on banks: Just as NCC was cautioning on takeover, a research based and emerging markets investment firm in the United Kingdom, Exotix Capital, has asked the banks to manage the debt as it only has minimal impact on their operations. The firm in a research report entitled ‘Nigeria Banks’, said the impact of the $1.2bn syndicate loans out of which about 42 per cent ($504m) has been repaid, was modest. Head of Equities Financials Research, Rahul Shah and Equity Research Analyst, Jumai Mohammed, disclosed that “we estimate a modest impact on banks.

At a headline level, loans to Etisalat Nigeria represent 1.9 per cent of aggregate bank loans. Likewise on our sensitivity analysis, the Etisalat loans would on average have a -12 per cent, -2 per cent and -0.3bp impact on our FY17f net profit, equity and capital adequacy ratios for the banks, respectively. We believe the banks should easily be able to absorb a shock of this magnitude.” Geometric growth: The telecom company made the first official call on its network on March 13, 2008 in the presence of officials from the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, and the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. In September of same year, it kicked off commercial operations with the 0809uchoose campaign which enabled Nigerians choose numbers special to them as their mobile numbers. The company since then has grown in geometrically accumulating over 21 million subscribers on its network, over 5000 on its employment and well over 13 percent market share.

It has also made investments in network infrastructure, roll out expansion, mobile broadband and other Corporate Social Responsibility and development initiatives, including the Etisalat prizes for innovation and Literature. Its partner, the Etisalat of UAE has been the telecommunications service provider in the United Arab Emirates since 1976 and has footprints in 18 countries traversing the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

In its many years of operations, it has built up state-of-the-art telecom infrastructure and taken a leadership position of innovation, and quality service delivery among regional and international operators. This gave Nigerians hope that despite being about the last entrant in the Nigerian telecom sector, it has all it takes to help EMTS weather the storm.

To actually prove this, the three investors making up Etisalat Nigeria unfolded their investment plans to make the brand a strong competition to already existing operators. Network rehabilitation: In April 2013, the company announced it would invest over $500 million to expand its network, enabling further potential market growth of 17 per cent and went ahead to obtain a medium term loan of $1.2bn from a consortium of 13 banks, which it used to refinance an existing $650 million loan and fund a modernisation of its network. The loan, which involved a foreign-backed guaranty bond, was for it to finance a major network rehabilitation and expansion of its operational base in Nigeria.

However since 2016, the consortium of banks has been having a running battle with the mobile telephone operator over repayment of the loan facility.

Meanwhile, Etisalat said that it had consistently serviced the debt until when it began to experience cash flow problems following the steep depreciation of the naira and the impact on its foreign currency denominated exposure. It, however, revealed that the outstanding loan sum to the consortium stands at $227m and N113bn, a total of about $574m if the naira portion is converted to US Dollars.

This in essence means almost half of the original loan of $1.2bn has been repaid. Following breakdown in negotiations, the company’s two foreign investors, Emirates Telecommunications Service and Mubadala withdrew their interest in the concern, compounding the problems of EMTS. Now, it appears a takeover is most likely but Etisalat Nigeria said some options, including restructuring of the shareholding and change in ownership are being considered even as final arrangements regarding ownership and board structure are still in development stage.

Tonto Dikeh, Mercy Johnson, Jackie Appiah To Feature In A Movie

The movie will be produced by Uche Nnambunabo and it will have Tonto Dikeh, Mercy Johnson and Jackie Appiah all star in it. The director will be Pascal Amanfo. Already, their fans have started anticipating.


Melaye’s recall: our signatures forged, 18 constituents allege


18 constituents loyal to Senator Dino Melaye have distanced themselves from the ongoing moves to have the lawmaker recalled from the Senate where he currently represents Kogi West Senatorial District.


In a press briefing in Abuja Friday, the constituents under the auspices of Concern Kogi Registered Voters, said they decided to speak up in view of an earlier press release by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC to the effect that it had commenced the recall process of Senator Melaye.

“This press conference became more important in view of the press release credited to INEC that it has received signatures above 188, 000 registered voters in Kogi West,” they stated, adding that the process of collection of signatures was nothing but a sham.

The group had last week, filed an ex parte motion before a Federal High Court in Abuja seeking amongst others an order of court directing all parties to maintain status quo ante in respect of the recall process of the Senator pending the final determination of the substantive suit.

While accusing the Kogi State government of masterminding the attempt to have the Senator recalled, the group said it was not unaware that “there is possible connivance between the people on the recall agenda and INEC, an act contrary to the Electoral Act. They also prayed the court to note that “at no point was signature taking process conducted by anybody in Kogi West.”

It further warned INEC to stop forthwith the recall process, noting that the court should be allowed to do justice in the matter. “INEC, being a constitutionally constituted organ of government should halt any further action pending the court’s adjudication. “The people of Kogi West have sued those involved to court for forgery of their signatures in a desperate attempt to recall Senator Dino Melaye, it added.

We don’t know when Buhari will Return - APC


The ruling All Progressives Congress APC has dismissed reports that President Muhammadu Buhari was on life-support at a London hospital, saying though it could not categorical say when he would return, but that he was recovering very robustly.


National Chairman of the party, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, disclosed this shortly after a meeting between the party`s National Working Committee NWC and its forum of 24 state governors. Despite claims of the president’s “robust recovery”, the APC leader was however emphatic that only Mr. Buhari’s doctors could determine his return date.

“We are glad to inform you that President Muhammadu Buhari is recovering in a very robust manner. We hope he takes it easy and when he comes back, I have no doubt at all that we will have a new and active period of activities”, said Odigie-Oyegun. The president has been away for at least 53 consecutive days on this particular trip, having spent several days in previous trips.

It can be recalled that Ekiti state Goveror, Ayo Fayose had recently alleged that the president was on life-support and was being shielded from even his immediate family members including his wife, Aisha.

However, the party chairman said he would not dignify Mr Fayose with a response, saying he does not not belong to the same class with the governor and that those who would reply him “at that level” would do so at the appropriate time. “If I respond, I will be dignifying him. At the appropriate time, people will answer him; at the appropriate level; at the appropriate time. He is in a different world altogether.’’

On the outcome of the meeting, Odigie-Oyegun said most of the discussions centred around security and the current wave of socio-cultural agitations which has elicited very unpleasant verbal reactions in certain sections. According to him, such inciting statements are not good “for the nation`s health and have to be stopped’’.

Fake job recruiter jailed 5 years for defrauding applicants of N1.48 million



A 45-year-old man, Olakunle Owoyale, who has been fleecing innocent job seekers of unearned money to the tune of N1.4 million will be out of circulation for at least five years, courtesy of an Abeokuta Magistrates’ Court. Owoyale will serve five years in prison after he was convicted of N1.4 million.



The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the convict had pleaded not guilty to the charges of fraud, forgery and false representation brought against him. The Magistrate, Mr Idowu Olayinka, said that all evidences tendered in court during the trial proved beyond reasonable doubts that the accused committed the three-count offences preferred against him. Olayinka, in his judgment, said: “After all evidences tendered in court, I find the accused guilty of the three-count charge of fraud forgery and false representation. “I consequently sentence the accused to five years imprisonment without an option of fine.”

Earlier, the Police Prosecutor, Insp. Olakunle Shonibare, told the court that the accused committed the offences sometime between March and May 2017 at Alani Abiodun Street, Alogi in Obantoko area of Abeokuta. Shonibare said the accused, who claimed to be a government-licensed recruitment agent for ministries, departments and agencies, fraudulently obtained various sums of money from 17 job applicants and appropriated the money. “Owoyale fraudulently obtained N1. 48 million from one Kolawole Ogbontolu and 16 others on the pretext of assisting them to secure jobs at the Federal Ministry of Education.

“The accused also collected N60,000 from his wife, and gave her an appointment letter stating that she was posted to the Federal Secretariat Complex in Ogun. “The complainant had to resign his previous job and also gave the accused another N70,000 after which the accused also gave him another appointment letter into the same Federal Ministry of Education. “For that reason, the complainant introduced 15 other people to the accused all of whom he promised to assist to secure jobs. “When the complainant submitted the appointment letter at the Ministry of Education, Federal Secretariat in Ogun, he was told that the employment letters were fake,” Shonibare said.

The prosecutor also said the accused forged the signature of one Mr Jamila Shaura, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education and also printed the letter heads of the ministry for the illegal transactions. He said the impostor also presented himself as an official of the Federal Ministry of Education in Abeokuta. The offences contravened Sections 390 (a), (d) , 419, 480, and 486 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Ogun, 2006.

I Am A Goddess- Uche Ogbodo

I'm a Goddess,
I'm Tough,
I'm Ambitious & I know exactly what the hell I want. I set goals, not b'cos I'm ungrateful for what I have, but b'cos I'm happy with the WOMAN I have become. I enjoy the experience of rising above my perceived Limitation and discovering new levels of my Capability. If That Makes Me A BITCH , Okay’


Charly Boy celebrates as his first grand daughter graduates with 1st Class degree

Charly Boy took to Instagram to celebrate his first granddaughter who bagged a first class degree in Advertising,Public Relations and Media .He wrote

Dear God, In fact I no know weytin you see for my body wey you dey take scatter me with blessings anyhow. I no complain o! I just dey grateful as you dey Totori me with blessings. You are already aware say my first grand daughter Princess Olivia don finish her university degree with first class honours. Baba, you just too much. Look all my fine fine pikin wey you give me. Correct correct grandchildren. Thank you for packaging my life, I am indeed very grateful. More promotions Baba. I just bow. Nothing like you. Your son. AreaFada ( charlyboy )

Revealed- Beyonce's Twins named Rumi and Sir Carter

Beyonce and Jay-Z's twins' names have been revealed.According to TMZ,their names are, Rumi and Sir Carter

The site claims they found out because the company run by Bey and Jay that owns the trademarks to their names filed legal docs Monday, June 26 -- right around the time the twins went home -- to secure rights to the names Rumi Carter and Sir Carter.



The docs are filed by the same company that filed for a Blue Ivy trademark earlier this year.
The trademarks are for fragrances, cosmetics, key chains, baby teething rings, strollers, mugs, water bottles, hair ribbons, playing cards, tote bags, sports balls, rattles and novelty items

Could She Be The Tallest Model In The World?

Models are almost always taller than the average woman - but this Russian beauty towers above everyone as she sets her sights on being named the tallest in her industry.

Towering above the average person in the street at 6ft 9ins, Ekaterina Lisina, 29, has already been officially crowned the tallest woman in her native Russia.

But the Olympic medallist and former basketball player, from Penza, now wants to set the world record for being the world's tallest model as she switches careers - as well as being awarded a prize of having the world's longest legs.

Ekaterina said: 'The record is held at the moment by Amazon Eve and she is 6ft 8in, which is smaller than me. I really want to be in the book of world records as the world's tallest model. I also think I have a chance to be awarded the world's longest legs. My legs are around 52.4 inches, which is longer than the current record holder'.

Photos: Meet Nigerian Man Who Is 130 Years Old

Here is a man believed to be 130 years old still up and standing (hard to believe tho). But a cleric, Chiadikobi Emmanuel claims he is 130 and shared his story thus;

Today I bless the name of God meeting a man above 130 years. In 1930, Mr Ifem used to ride his bicycle from Amazu Ebenator IMO state to Port Harcourt. Today he is still very strong and healthy. Long life is reality. As I celebrate Mr Ifem, I covet his long life.
May the grace for long life rest upon you and your family in Jesus name.
Type amen, like and share to covet this grace.

Photo: Crazeclown Graduates As A Medical Doctor

The comedian who entertains on social media is now a doctor! He announced the good news today and we cant but be happy for him. But it already seems craze clown already knows his calling abi he wan practice true true, lol. Congratulations!


I Love Older Women, Gideon Okeke Reveals

Tinsel Star and Nollywood actor, Gideon Okeke has revealed his kind of woman. The actor took to instagram to reveal this, saying;

“Ask me again my preference in a woman. If I’m straight with you, 90% of the time I’ll tell u….OLDER.
NOT ur mother’s type of Older tho.
I love Grown and Sexy.
Its a state of mind attitude
But the Young shall Grow Nig. Ltd.
Sup’ Halle…
#AiFWyourMindAndAiLikeIt”

Bloggers Got It Wrong! Nathaniel Bassey Not Involved In Accident

Convener of the viral Hallelujah Challenge, Nathaniel Bassey was earlier today reported to be involved in an accident by so many blogs, but they got it wrong, as the only thing Nathaniel did was to repost someone’s testimony on his page. After the news went viral he had to make a correction tonight saying it wasn’t him. Apparently, a good look at the testimony he shared also had anonymous below.



Etisalat Nigeria Chairman Resigns

The Chairman of Etisalat Nigeria Limited, Hakeem Bello-Osagie, has resigned his position. The resignation takes immediate effect.

A statement obtained by Premium Times confirmed the development, saying the decision followed “the approval of a restructuring plan for the telecommunications firm.”

Mr. Bello-Osagie, the one-time Chairman of the United Bank for Africa, UBA, was the surviving shareholder in the embattled mobile operator currently embroiled in a $1.2 billion (about N377.4 billion) loan repayment crisis with a consortium of 13 Nigerian banks.

His resignation followed the withdrawal, two weeks ago, of the company’s major shareholder, Emirates Telecommunications Group Company, which announced the decision to quit effective June 15, 2017.

Seyi Law Comes For Father Who Called Daughter Tiwaloluwa Kung Fu Panda

Comedian Seyi Law, went below the belt with a  father who thought it wise to insult his daughter Tiwalolouwa.

The funny man dealt with the man by sharing a photo of him and his kid on IG then penning words deep enough to hurt an entire generation.

He wrote:
No wonder, Yoruba people talk sey Lantern no dey see e own yansh.
Imagine @arigu12 coming on my page to call my daughter KUNG FU PANDA. I be wan abuse am until I stumbled on this picture and I decided to Thank God for my own.
Stupidity is not foolishness, but remaining in foolishness despite correction is Stupidity. @arigu12, enjoy your cheap Publicity at the detriment of your children.

Only Buhari’s Doctors Can Tell When He Will Return- APC

The All Progressives Congress (APC) says President Muhammadu Buhari is fast recovering from his illness contrary to allegations that he is on life support.

The National Chairman of the party, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, gave the assurance in Abuja while speaking with newsmen at the end of a meeting between the party`s National Working Committee (NWC) and state governors elected on the party’s platform.

 “We are glad to inform you that President Muhammadu Buhari is recovering in a very robust manner.

“We hope he takes it easy and when he comes back, I have no doubt at all that we will have a new and active period of activities.’’


He, however, said only the president’s doctors abroad could decide when he would be fit to return to the country.

Gov. Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State had recently alleged that President Buhari was on life-support in a London Hospital where he is receiving medical attention.

The national chairman, however, refused to respond to the governor’s comment, saying he would do that at an appropriate time.

“If I respond, I will be dignifying him.

“At the appropriate time, people will answer him; at the appropriate level; at the appropriate time.

“He is in a different world altogether.’’

According to him, the party’s leadership has confidence in President Buhari.

He added that the meeting x-rayed the nation, ongoing agitation for its restructuring and inciting statements emanating from different parts of the country.

Odigie-Oyegun stressed that such inciting statements are not good “for the nation`s health and have to be stopped’’.

According to him, the party maintains its earlier position on the restructuring of the country as clearly stated in its manifesto.

He further said the party’s leadership would do all it could at all times to ensure that the unity of the country was preserved.

He added that the APC leadership was ready to listen to whatever grievances any group in the country might have.

NAN

Breastfeeding Mom Sues Colleagues For Filming Her While She Breastfed Her Baby

A woman has taken a male colleague to court, alleging he secretly filmed her as she expressed breast milk at her workplace.

The man, who works and has already been suspended by the University of Cape Town, in South Africa, is alleged to have done the creepy act by setting up a live link in a private room at the institution on June 13.

The woman who made this known via a blogpost stated how angry she was upon discovering the evil act as she can not understand how providing food for her baby was “sexualised in such a cowardly way.”

The man has been charged and further investigations are being carried out.

Western Cape police have confirmed that a case of crimen injuria — the intentional harming of someone’s dignity — is being investigated against the 38-year old university employee.

Local media quoted the mother sharing her “disgust” at the act.

She had been in what she thought was a “safe, locked space” expressing milk, when she noticed that she was being filmed.

“I’m disgusted that we live in a world where mothers, no matter how they choose to feed their children, are victimised for being vulnerable.”

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Toke Makinwa Sizzles In Thigh High Slit Dress

 She is ho, she is classy, she is Toke.

The media personality, took to IG to share sultry new photos of herself rocking a burnt pink thigh high slit dress that further proved her sensuality.

Another below:




'Kill Them All’ Fan Tells Yvonne Nwosu As She Posts HOT Photo

Well that’s what one of her fans told her. So hard to believe she is a mom to a teen.


Jim Iyke Dapper In Native Attire

Stylish, classy, just plain fine!

Rihanna hit by lawsuit by wife of former bodyguard

 Rihanna is to be sued by the wife of her former Irish bodyguard for loss of earnings after the security man was dismissed from service.

According to the Irish Mirror , Dana Kavanagh is taking her case for damages and loss of earnings to Dublin's High Court.

Her husband, 38-year-old Geoff Keating, is the multi-millionaire singer's former chief minder, who headed security for the chart-topper's Diamonds World Tour in 2013.


Mr Keating, a dad of four from Dublin, told the newspaper:
"You wouldn't believe half of it, unless I showed you. It's crazy stuff. She was like part of the family."
The case is up for mention in the High Court in Dublin on Monday, titled Kavanagh Vs Fenty, aka Rihanna Robyn Fenty - the singer's real name.

In papers lodged with the High Court for the previous case, Mr Keating had claimed he was defamed in a series of allegedly false statements contained in an email sent to him and his wife by the 29-year-old star in July 2013.

He said the allegations had caused significant and substantial damage to his family life, reputation and business, causing him distress and anxiety.

It was claimed Mr Keating was working for Rihanna and had accompanied her on tour to Germany, but returned home after being unjustly dismissed.Shortly after his return, the singer allegedly sent the email to Mr Keating's wife and also got in contact with other relatives.


'If everybody's crazy, you're the one that's insane."-Jay Z takes a swipe at Kanye in 4:44

Jay-Z has tken a dig at his former friend and protege, Kanye West .On the track ''Kill Jay Z' in his new album 4:44, Jay lays out just what he thinks of Kanye, also known as Ye.He rapped


"But you ain't the same, this ain't KumbaYe/But you got hurt because you did cool by Ye/You gave him 20 million without thinkin'/He gave you 20 minutes on stage, f*** was he thinkin'?/'F*** wrong with everybody?' is what you sayin'/But if everybody's crazy, you're the one that's insane."


During Kanye's infamous rant towards Jay Z,he said
"I've been sent here to give y'all my truth — even at the risk of my own life, even at the risk of my own success, my own career,"
"I've been sent here to give y'all the truth. Jay Z, call me, bruh! You still ain't call me!Jay Z, I know you got killas. Please don't send them at my head. Just call me - talk to me like a man," he added, before bringing the gig to a swift end. 

Jay Z Disses Halle Berry's EX On 4.44 And He Replies

Jay Z went all out on his latest project as another celebrity who came under his wrath in this project is Halle Berry's ex, Eric Benet.

Admitting to cheating on wife Beyonce, Jay Z compared himself to Benet. In the track, Jay Z was heard saying that he almost 'went Eric Benet' by letting 'the baddest girl in the world get away.' 

Benet however responded on Twitter on Friday, writing that his current wife is 'the baddest girl in the world.'


First photos of Venus Williams' car crash that left elderly man dead

 Pictures of the horror crash in which an elderly man died after the car he was travelling in hit Venus Williams' have emerged for the first time.

The tennis champ had been travelling in Palm Beach Gardens on June 9 and was forced to crawl through a junction at a slow pace when she got stuck at the intersection behind a line of traffic.

A car travelling in the opposite direction then struck her vehicle, leaving passenger 78-year-old Jerome Barson with head injuries that resulted in his death two weeks later.

She had been driving on a green light and there was no evidence to suggest she was using her phone or was under the influence behind the wheel.His wife Linda Barson, who was driving the black Hyundai Accent SE they were in, survived the crash and received hospital treatment

 Venus has not been charged or cited with any offence and has since offered her condolences.
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Buhari is recovering in a very robust manner-APC

The All Progressives Congress (APC) says President Muhammadu Buhari is fast recovering from his illness contrary to allegations that he is on life support.

The National Chairman of the party, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, gave the assurance in Abuja while speaking with newsmen at the end of a meeting between the party`s National Working Committee (NWC) and state governors elected on the party’s platform.He said

 “We are glad to inform you that President Muhammadu Buhari is recovering in a very robust manner.
“We hope he takes it easy and when he comes back, I have no doubt at all that we will have a new and active period of activities.’
When asked about Gov. Ayodele Fayose's allegations that President Buhari was on life-support in a London Hospital ,he said

“If I respond, I will be dignifying him“At the appropriate time, people will answer him; at the appropriate level; at the appropriate time.He is in a different world altogether.’’