2018


Popular Nollywood actor, Odunlade Adekola celebrated his 42nd birthday yesterday at his Abeokuta residence in Ogun State.
The house party had Mr Latin, Eniola Ajao, Owolabi Ajasa, Dr Smile and several others in attendance.

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A truck carrying diesel just ran into vehicles along the Gbagada - Iyana Oworo bridge crushing five cars.
According to an eyewitness, no one died but several people were injured. 
LASTMA officials who are now on ground confirmed the accident saying, 'there's a multiple accident involving a loaded tanker and 5 vehicles at the descend of Gbagada bridge and recovery work is on-going at the moment'.
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The Nigerian troops located at Goniri in Gujba local government area of Yobe state, have dealt a deadly blow to Boko Haram terrorists after foiling a heavy attack launched by the group on trucks this week.   
The insurgents had in recent times intensified attacks on military bases and overran a military base in Kukareta, a village located about 20 kilometres to Damaturu, Yobo state, where they killed 13 soldiers and a police officer. 
“There has been wild celebration in Goniri currently, none of the insurgents ran away. They were all killed. Their countless bodies are everywhere right now,” said a security source.  
In a related development, the Nigerian Air Force has given a detailed account of how the Air Task Force, ATF, of Operation LAFIYA DOLE and Allied Air Forces provided air support to repel the attack by Boko Haram in Baga.  The fishing town was attacked by members of the Islamic State of West Africa Province, ISWAP, on the evening of December 26.
Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, NAF Director of Public Relations and Information, gave the account, detailing the dozens of aerial strikes against the positions of the terrorists.
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A lady who refused to marry her boyfriend of 5-years because her parents won't allow a non-Igbo man marry her, is allegedly threatening him after her elder sister accepted to be his wife.
The man in question, @DoctorEmto took to Twitter to reveal this.
According to him, after his ex-girlfriend said no to him, he moved on to ask her elder sister to marry him and he got a big yes. He also confirmed that date for the wedding has already been fixed but his ex is threatening fire and brimstone.

GodzGeneral says "Don't fight for love you are somebody else prayer"


Dino melaye tweeted this some hours ago as police continues to lay siege at his home in Abuja.

A senior pastor of Assemblies of God Church was stabbed to death by his nephew during service on Sunday, December 30 at Tema Community 4 in Ghana (click here to read)
Rev. Dr. David Nabegmado was attacked by Francis M.Nabegmado, 31, while preparing to leave his office to go preach in the main church auditorium.
The suspect allegedly confessed to the crime and claimed he did it because the pastor had targeted him for rituals.
The suspect, who was arrested with alcohol, turpentine, matches, a knife and a machete, claimed Rev David Nabegmado is not a true man of God because he has been “worshiping lesser gods”.
He said of the deceased:
He’s sacrificed all the family and destroyed everybody; he was worshiping a gods in the house, when he was killing the family. I have to go and bring these gods to the house to protect the house. Then he sacrificed the church members two or three in a year.
According to the suspect, he had planned to burn Rev Nabegmado's diety after killing him in his office at the church premises on Sunday morning but he was caught after he stabbed the pastor to death.
The Tema Regional Police Command says it has started investigations into the case, adding that personnel have been dispatched to the house of the deceased as well as the church premises to ensure security.
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A senior pastor at the Central Assemblies of God Church was stabbed to death during church service today.
The killing took place on Sunday, December 30, at Tema Community 4 in Ghana. According to the local media, the deceased pastor identified as Rev. Dr. David Nabegmado was attacked while preparing to leave his office to the main church auditorium to preach as Service was ongoing.
He was allegedly attacked by his nephew, Francis M.Nabegmado, who lived with him for some time. Dr Nabegmado was rushed to a nearby medical facility for treatment where he died hours later.
 Francis M.Nabegmado has been arrested by the police for the gruesome murder. A second suspect has also been arrested and is being interrogated by the police.
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A woman is currently at large after hacking her husband to death with an axe during dispute over Christmas gift.
Homicide detectives in Mutare are looking for the woman from Chikanga in Mutare, Zimbabwe, who disappeared soon after axing her husband to death following a domestic dispute on December 24.
Anesu Mafokosho is alleged to have axed Vitalis Mudhumo, 26, at around 3pm soon after the couple returned home from the city centre where they had gone shopping. The dispute which ended in the death of the husband was sparked by gifts which the couple had bought for their child for Christmas.
According to local reports, the couple's union was experiencing some problems and the unresolved marital dispute was threatening their marriage
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On December 24 the Vitalis met his wife Anesu at the Stop Sign in Chikanga 2. The two drove to Edgars Mutare where they bought their three-year-old daughter’s clothes. After shopping, the deceased and his wife went back home. On getting home, Anesu's younger sister, who was in the dinning room, heard the couple arguing outside the yard for about 45 minutes.
Moments later they got into the house and entered into their bedroom. In the bedroom, Vitalis started packing his clothes saying he was moving out. His wife begged him to change his mind to no avail.
The situation degenerated into chaos resulting in the wife axing the deceased three time on the neck.
Soon after committing the offence, Mafokosho fled home and sent a text message to her sister telling her to go see what she had done in the bedroom.
On getting into the room, the younger sister found Vitalis bleeding and convulsing on the bed.
Manicaland police spokesman Inspector Tavhiringwa Kakohwa said Mudhumo’s body was taken to Mutare Provincial Hospital for post mortem.
The accused is still at large and investigations are in progress.







A native doctor who claims he can restore women's virginity has seen a great number of women coming to ask for his service ever since his abilities became public knowledge. 
The native doctor identified as Erdington Virimayi from Kwekwe, Zimbabwe, claims to be both a prophet and a traditional doctor. He says his abilities include locking couples, giving enriching charms as well as enlarging men’s manhood. 
Erdington Virimayi, popularly known as Doctor Samanyika, said restoring virginity was a very easy task for him.
He said:
I restore virginity to girls as long as they follow what I tell them to do. It’s just most men know me for enlarging manhood to the sizes of their choices but I also have a service for women.
He said he once enlarged a soldier’s penis and the soldier became the talk of the town for the size of his manhood.
He boasted:
He came back to me and thanked me for the service saying girls were falling over him after the service. That is how we do it.
Virimayi, a member of the Mugodhi Apostolic Church said there was nothing wrong with mixing traditional practices and Christianity. He said he reads a Bible for his clients as he is both a prophet and a native doctor.
He said:
I started healing in 1989 when I was in Grade 7 when I was receiving prophetic visions. I was then taken by a mermaid and I was initiated into traditional healing.So I was a prophet until 2000 and now I am both a prophet and a traditional healer.
Virimayi claims he is so successful that he has clients from different countries, with some of his clients coming from as far as South Africa, Botswana and Namibia.



A 37-year-old councilor representing Ado Ward 9 at Ado Local Government Council, Deji Akeredolu, was killed by unknown gunmen on Friday December 28th. 
According to reports, Akeredolu and his wife were said to have alighted from a motorbike at the junction to their house at about 10pm when the gunmen struck and fired shots at him from the back.
 The victim was among the elected local government officials suspended by Ekiti State House of Assembly a fortnight ago. He was also said to be a personal assistant to the Peoples Democratic Party deputy governorship candidate in the July 21 governorship election in Ekiti State, Deji Ogunsakin
An eyewitness who witnessed the moment Akeredolu was killed, said 
“After the gunshots, the first thing we noticed was that the Camry car that had been parked at the junction sped off recklessly. Next was the shout for help by the wife.“We rushed to the scene and found the councilor in a pool of his blood. We rushed him to the hospital where he was confirmed dead.”The deceased was buried on Saturday, December 29th.


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Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project(SERAP) has sent an urgent appeal to two UN special rapporteurs urging them to “prevail upon the government of President Muhammadu Buhari and the leadership of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to reach an agreement to end the ongoing strike action by ASUU.
SERAP said the strike continues to have real and dire consequences on the right to higher education, specifically university education, as guaranteed by the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, to which Nigeria is a state party.”

In the urgent appeal dated 28 December 2018 and signed by SERAP senior legal adviser Bamisope Adeyanju, the organization said: “By failing to prevent and end the ongoing strike action by ASUU, the Nigerian government has defied and breached the explicit requirements of the right to equal access to higher education by Nigerian children and young people, under article 13(2)(c) of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.”
The urgent appeal sent to Ms. Koumbou Boly Barry, Special Rapporteur on the right to education and Professor Philip Alston, Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights argues that: “The failure by the Nigerian government to reach an agreement with ASUU has also implicitly made access to higher education a privilege of the rich and well-to-do rather than a right of every Nigerian child and young person, as students in private schools continue to attend classes while those in public universities stay at home.

According to SERAP, “The failure to end the ongoing strike action by ASUU is also a fundamental breach of the right to higher education without discrimination or exclusion, as strike actions continue to penalise economically disadvantaged parents who have no means or lack the capacity to pay to send their children to private schools.
The urgent appeal read in part:
 “The obligations of the Nigerian government to create the conditions necessary for the enjoyment of the right to education include to take preventive measures to address the root causes of strike action by ASUU and to take steps to end any strike action in a timely manner when it occurs.”“It is the responsibility of the government to preserve and strengthen education as a public good and a matter of public interest. Without the urgent intervention of the Special Rapporteurs, the ongoing strike action by ASUU would continue and this would continue to impede access to university education for the poor and marginalized.”
“SERAP is concerned that Nigerian students in public universities have suffered many years of academic disruption as a result of the failure of successive Nigerian governments to address the root causes of strike action by ASUU and to timely reach agreement to end strike action and its devastating consequences on the right to equal and quality higher education.”“Persistent strike actions in the education sector have continued to cause disruption of classes and undermine both the quality and duration of students’ education.”
“We note that the right to strike is one of the fundamental means available to workers to promote their interests. However, we are seriously concerned that the failure by both the Nigerian government and ASUU to make substantial progress in negotiations and reach amicable settlement to end the unduly prolonged strike action has undermined the right of Nigerian children and young people to higher education.”“The ongoing strike action by ASUU in Nigeria if not urgently addressed would continue to have grave consequences for the youth of our country as well as the country’s development and progress as a whole.”
“Universal access is an essential prerequisite for the exercise of the right to education. But the failure by the Nigerian government to end the strike action by ASUU has contributed to denying students from disadvantaged backgrounds equal access to university education, as these students are unable or lack the capacity to pay to access private schools.”“This situation has aggravated existing disparities in access to university education in the country, further marginalizing economically disadvantaged parents and students.”
“SERAP believes that providing Nigerian children and young people equal access to higher education should be the core public service functions of the Nigerian government. Providing public schools ranks at the very apex of the function of a State.”“SERAP believes that equal access of Nigerian children and young people to quality and uninterrupted education including at the university level would contribute to producing citizens who are fundamentally equal and people who actively participate in society. It would enable people to enjoy the rights as well as fulfil obligations that are associated with citizenship.”
“According to our information, members of ASUU suspended their academic responsibilities in the first week of November 2018, and weeks of negotiations with the Nigerian government since then have yielded no amicable settlement or agreement. ASUU is alleging failure by the Nigerian authorities to implement 2009 agreement and the 2013 Memorandum of Understanding.”“SERAP notes that article 13(2)(c) of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights explicitly guarantees the right to higher education, which includes university education. According to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, states parties are required to make higher education including university education available on equal basis, and to ensure the progressive introduction of free education at all levels of education.”
“States parties including Nigeria have obligations to ensure that the liberty of providing education set out in article 13(4) of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights does not lead to extreme disparities of educational opportunity for some groups in society.”“The rights and values enshrined in the Constitution of Nigeria 1999 (as amended) all point to the right to the provision of equal access to quality education including at the university level. These rights include human rights, such as the right to equality and the right to human dignity as well as numerous other civil and political rights, such as access to information, which cannot be properly understood or exercised if one is inadequately trained and uneducated.”



A suspected female thief was set ablaze by a mob in Obudu, Cross Rivers state yesterday December 29th. Facebook user, Anya Vincent, who shared the story online, said residents of the area alleged that the lady assists robbers who terrorise the area. 
Read what he wrote below
''This happened yesterday in obudu , Cross River State. She was burnt alive for allegedly aiding a group of robbers over time in terrorising residents and also killing innocent lives. That's their version of the story. I'm not trying to justify her actions if the story is true. I'm saying that JUNGLE JUSTICE is wrong. No one should take the law into their hands. She should have been arrested and handed over to to the police. She deserved a fair trial.Before you burn that person alive remember that if he or she were to be your loved one, you would plead for the law to take it's course.
Most times these persons are even innocent.....Jungle justice is wrong.I'm saying NO TO JUNGLE JUSTICE.





Nigeria's Senate President, Bukola Saraki was one of the special guests who attended Davido's concert in Lagos on December 27th at Eko Atlantic. 
He was welcomed by Senator Ademola Adeleke and Davido's dad, Chief Adeleke.
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Flamboyant footballer, Asamoah Gyan, who plays as a striker for Turkey's Kayserispor and captains the Ghanaian national team, is reportedly broke and has just £600 in his bank account.
Asamoah who left Sunderland in 2012, spent three years at UAE club Al Ain where he earned almost £200k a week and scored an impressive 123 goals in 120 appearances. He later made a big money move to the Chinese Super League, spending the 2015 and 2016 seasons at Shanghai SIPG where he earned £227,000-a-week before returning to the UAE with Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai.
Last year, he moved to Turkey's Kayserispor and now things appear to have taken a turn for the worse and he is reportedly unable to provide for his family.
According to MyNewsGh.com, the Ghana captain was asked if he had any other accounts in the countries where he has played football and Gyan, who has 51 goals in 105 appearances for his country, reportedly said: "My front and back, up and down is that money (£600) you see there."



Finally, Davido has reacted to allegations that he slapped Kizz Daniel's manager, Tumi Lawrence at his concert last night.
Lawrence while speaking to LIB this morning detailed what really went down at the event and how he was slapped. (Read HERE)
In his response on Twitter a few minutes ago, Davido said he didn't slap him and he went on to say, 'Ok kiss Daniel manager I apologize for doing nothing'.



This is a rare photo of Davido's two babymamas; Sophie Momodu and her daughter, Imade as well as Hailey and her mum.
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On Friday morning, a lady took to her Twitter page to narrate how she was allegedly sexually assaulted by some men at Davido's concert. The lady identified as Karimah, stated that Davido looked on as she was being assaulted. Read here.
In response, Davido took to Twitter to apologise to the said lady and also promised to reach out to her so as to purchase all the items stolen from her, as well as pay for her medical checkup. See his tweet below.