Saturday, November 12, 2016

Chidinma Ekile Has Started Inspiring People With Her Hair (Photos)

The young lady who made the exact hair tagged the singer, saying she inspired her. Another photo below...

Video: Quilox Bouncers Descend On Oritsefemi, Beat Him Black & Blue

Quilox bouncers earlier this morning descended on music act, Oritsefemi for daring to slap one of their own and allegedly stabbing him. According to sources, the singer was pissed when another musician – Rock Steady was prevented from getting to a particular section of the club. Sources said Oritsefemi was already seated and having fun, when he sighted the scene and got up to intervene. He however slapped the bouncer and stabbed him, a source alleged. Speaking further, other bouncers allegedly descended on him, dragged him outside and beat him mercilessly to the surprise of many. He was later held for a while before he was finally allowed to go and treat himself. The singer is yet to say anything about the incident on all his social media pages.

World Cup Qualifier:Nigeria Defeats Algeria

The Super Eagles of Nigeria has defeated their Algerian counterpart 3-1  to maintain top position in their World Cup qualifying group in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.

Two goals from Victor Moses and one by captain John Obi Mikel helped the Nigerians defeat their opponents in the match played at the Godswill Akpabio stadium in Akwa Ibom.

Lagos Business Man Commits Suicide Over Debts, Failed Marriage

A Lagos businessman in his late 60s, James Oriri, was said to have allegedly committed suicide on Friday, in his office, at 393, Old Ojo Road, Satellite Town, Lagos.

Saturday Sun gathered that a large crowd besieged the four-story office complex, once the incident became public knowledge, to catch a glimpse of the man.

Oriri, it was learnt was the Managing Director of Awore Consult, a firm that claims to be an expert in educational consultancy, for people seeking admission to universities, Secondary Schools in Ghana, and to Coventry universities in the UK.

Ize-Iyamu Begs Supporters To Remain Calm As Obaseki Takes Over Govt, Says I Will Reclaim My Mandate

As Mr. Godwin Obaseki of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was being sworn in as the governor of Edo state, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate in the September 28 2016 Edo state governorship election, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu Saturday appealed to all his supporters to remain calm, non-violent, hopeful and prayerful as he believes that he would reclaim his mandate as the duly elected governor of the state through the judiciary.

Ize-Iyamu spoke in Benin at the unveiling of the office of the Edo Mandate Recovery Centre under the aegis of coalition of civil society groups, students, activists, voters , traders, market women , politicians and stakeholders. He said he was committed to the actualization of the mandate freely given to him by the good people of Edo state who turned out en masse on September 28 2016 to vote for him as the PDP candidate.

Brother Of Saudi King Dies

Prince Turki bin Abdel Aziz, a brother of Saudi Arabia’s king, has died, a statement from the palace said early Saturday.

Prince Turki — who was born in 1934, according to his official biography — was a son of the kingdom’s founder, King Abdul Aziz bin Saud, and a member of a formidable bloc of brothers known as the Sudairi seven, after their mother Hassa bin Ahmed al-Sudairi.

The bloc also included king Fahd and princes Sultan and Nayef, all now dead, as well as Saudi Arabia’s King Salman. Prince Turki, who was deputy minister of defense from 1968 to 1978, was to be buried later today.

King Salman is to receive condolences for three days from Saturday evening, the palace said.

25 People Die After Bomb Explodes At Pakistan Shrine

Dozens of casualties have been reported in southern Pakistan after a bomb exploded at a busy shrine packed with worshippers.

The attack happened today in the restive southwestern province of Balochistan. At least 25 people were killed and dozens of others wounded, local officials said.

Hashim Ghalzai, a local district commissioner, told Reuters news agency the toll was based on initial reports and could rise further. The blast occurred outside Karachi, Pakistan's largest city, in Hub district.

The bombing at the remote Shah Noorani shrine took place while hundreds of people were inside. The Sufi shrine attracts a lot of people at this time of the year from other parts of Pakistan.

Photos From IStandWithTinubu Rally Today In Lagos

A rally has taken place today in Lagos in support of APC National Leader, Ahmed Bola Tinubu. Youths came out in their numbers to support their leader carrying placards which read ‘IStandWithTinubu. More photos below...

Photos: Man Buried In Gold Fish-Like Casket In Akwa Ibom

The photos were shared on Facebook by a man who witnessed it this morning. Above is what he wrote and the photos he shared below. There must definitely be a reason for it!

Over 1 Million S.Koreans Stage Peaceful Rallies To Demand President's Resignation

Over 1 million South Koreans staged peaceful rallies across central Seoul on Saturday night to demand President Park Geun-hye step down over a scandal involving her longtime confidante and former aides.

Organizers estimated that the number of participants in the Saturday rally, the third since the scandal came into focus last month, topped 1 million in Seoul alone, according to local media reports. Last Saturday, some 200,000 people turned out in the capital city.

It would be the country's largest mass rally at least since June 1987 when about 1 million demonstrators gathered to ouster the military dictatorship. In 2008, some 700,000 protested against then-President Lee Myung-bak who resumed US beef imports during the outbreak of mad cow disease.

Photos: Obaseki Sworn In As Edo Governor

Godwin Obaseki has been sworn in as the Governor of Edo State. He was sworn in by the Chief Judge of the state, Justice Cromwell Idahosa, after taking the oath of office, amidst jubilation. He becomes the fifth civil Governor of Edo State.

Zuckerberg, Two Million Others Dead According To Facebook

Facebook accidentally declared its founder Mark Zuckerberg and many other users dead yesterday, acknowledging after fixing the problem that it had committed a "terrible error."

"For a brief period today, a message meant for memorialized profiles was mistakenly posted to other accounts," a Facebook spokesperson said.

"This was a terrible error that we have now fixed."

Media reports indicated that some two million errant memorials were posted on profile pages.

Deadly Blast At US Base In Afghanistan

A huge explosion at Bagram airbase in Afghanistan, the largest US military facility in the country, has killed at least four people.

At least 14 others were wounded in the blast. The Taliban said one of their suicide bombers carried out the attack.

The attack is being seen as a major security breach in one of the best protected places in Afghanistan.

The bomb reportedly exploded inside the base, which if confirmed, would be the first attack of its kind.

Trump’s Victory: MURIC Advises Nigerian Muslims To Suspend US Trips

Against the background of the emergence of the Republican Party candidate, Donald Trump, as the president-elect of the United States, the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has appealed to Nigerian Muslims to suspend planned trips to the US until they know which way the cat will jump.

It also advised immigrant Muslims residing in the US to return to their countries or be prepared for harsh treatments, including increased Islamophobic attacks.

Trump had defeated the Democratic Party candidate, Hillary Clinton, in the presidential election held on Tuesday.

In a statement, on Friday, by its director, Professor Ishaq Akintola, MURIC said considering Trump’s “Americanisation of virtually everything” and “tortuous isolationism and a pathological obsession with Islamophobia,” his emergence as the next president of the United States had serious implications for Muslims in that country and elsewhere around the world.

Gunmen Kidnap Methodist Reverend In Ibadan

A Methodist minister, The Reverend Dr Biodun Ogunbekun, was on Thursday, kidnapped by five gunmen in Ibadan.

The Reverend Ogunbekun, who was kidnapped at about 7p.m. at his farm at Kufi Area, along Olorunda-Aba road, was stationed at Methodist Church Nigeria, Akobo-Ojurin, Diocese of Agodi, Ibadan, capital city of Oyo State.

Addressing the Press in Ibadan on Friday, the Diocesan Bishop, The Rt Rev Amos Ajiboye said Rev Ogunbekun went to his farm to pick up something and was about leaving when the gunmen, who were also masked, gained entry into the farm and dragged him away with them into the bush on foot.

Oshiomhole Dissolves Cabinet

Following the formal handover by the Governor of Edo State, Comrade Adams Aliyu Oshiomhole, CON, mni, to the Governor-elect, Mr Godwin Obaseki on 11th November 2016, 2016, the State Executive Council, all Boards and Committees are hereby dissolved.

Political office holders should hand over to the Permanent Secretary or highest ranking service officer in the Ministry, Department and Agency. Those holding government property should hand them over as earlier announced.

For the avoidance of doubt, all those on tenured appointments are not affected by this announcement.

The Comrade Governor thanks everyone for their respective contributions and wishes them well in their future endeavour.

22-Yr-Old Man Standing Trial For Rape Re-Arrested For Another Rape Case

A 22- year old man Chibuzor Okechukwu who had earlier been detained at State Criminal Investigation Department, SCID, and is now standing trial over a rape case has been arrested again for forcefully abducting and rapping another girl aged 22 in Ilogbo, Ajangbadi area of Lagos.

According to source, one Achumba Chima who claimed to have employed the victim named Chioma Odo as his house girl reported to the police Station at Ajangbadi on November 9, 2016 that his employee was forcefully taken on the 8th of November, 2016 and raped by Okechukwu who resides in Itire area of Ajangbadi.

Saturday Vanguard gathered that the suspect who was arrested on the 10th of November has since confessed to the crime as he also blames it on excessive alcohol consumption. Saturday Vanguard investigation revealed that the suspect was recently transferred to SCID where he was charged to Court for similar crime and was granted bail. Confirming the story the Lagos police command spokesman, SP. Dolapo Badmos said the suspected rapist will soon be charged to court again.

FG To Give N1.6bn To Women As Loan

The Federal Government has concluded plans to disburse about N1.6bn to women in eight states under its empowerment programme to support small businesses.

Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Senator Aisha Alhassan, made the disclosure in Lafia, capital of Nasarawa, when she paid a visit to the state governor, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura.

According to her, the loan, known as the National Women Empowerment Scheme, is part of the N500bn social intervention fund endorsed by President Muhammadu Buhari.

She listed the beneficiaries as Nasarawa, Borno, Yobe, Adamawa, Abia, Osun, Jigawa, and Akwa Ibom states.

Why I Have Kept My Personal Life Private- Mode 9

Popular rap artiste, Mode 9 has disclosed to Saturday Beats why he has always made his personal life very private. Here’s what the rapper said;

“I am not going to answer personal questions and if you notice my modus operandi, I guard my personal life with my life. I tell my family members to shy away from the press. My interviews are about my works; I drop an album and I want you to buy it. I don’t want people to know about my personal life, because I am an artiste and not a   celebrity. I don’t do music to be famous. Everybody has a reason behind their action and I do music because I am good at it.

“Why do I need to be famous? It is a lie that the person in my life may feel bad that I don’t talk about her during interviews. If your wife works in a bank and you are an artiste, you don’t go to her bank and sit down. Continue...

Solomon Odekunle's Accused Killer Charged With 2nd-Degree Murder

                                  Joe Ndikuriyo                                          Solomon Odekunle

Joe Bryan Ndikuriyo, 27, has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a 21-year-old international economics student from the University of Ottawa.

Ottawa police say Solomon Odekunle, originally from Nigeria, was stabbed to death at around 2:30 a.m. Sunday morning near the intersection of St. Laurent Boulevard and Ogilvie Road.

Staff Sgt. Bruce Pirt of the major crimes unit said police were working to determine a timeline of events, and called on any witnesses to come forward.

Investigators combed a crime scene in front of Piper's Bar and Grill, but said they didn't know whether the incident started there or resulted from a fight that started inside the bar.

Man Tears Neighbour’s Manhood Over Potty

It was a simple household scuffle, which degenerated into fisticuffs. But when 24-year-old Okechukwu Chiagba woke up that day, he did not imagine that he would nearly lose his manhood over something as mundane as a potty.

But that was exactly what happened when he engaged in a scuffle with his neighbour, 41-year-old Michael Essien, a Calabar, Cross River State indigene, over accusation of using a potty without permission.

But by the time the dust settled, Chiagba had sustained a gory tear in his manhood that put him in the hospital for more than one week.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Trump Names Loyalists, Children To Transition Team

President-elect Donald Trump put vice presidential running mate Mike Pence in charge of a White House transition team that also includes three of his grown children on Friday as he began the work of filling top administration jobs.

Pence replaces New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Trump's campaign said, who remains as a vice chair of the transition effort as he deals with the fallout from the 'Bridgegate' lane closure scandal that has damaged his political standing.

The announcement came shortly after Trump aides convened at the real-estate mogul's Trump Tower in New York City to begin weighing candidates for some of the 4,000 jobs he will have to fill shortly after he takes office on Jan. 20, 2017.

Taliban Militants Attack German Consulate In Afghan City, Four Killed

Taliban militants stormed the German consulate in the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif, ramming its outer wall with a truck bomb before battling security forces in an overnight attack that killed at least four people, officials said.

The explosion caused extensive damage to the building, a NATO spokesman said, but Germany indicated on Friday this would not deter it from continuing its work as part of the international mission in Afghanistan.

Triggered by a suicide bomber, the blast shattered windows as far as 5 km (3 miles) away, NATO said. A local doctor said it and the subsequent firefight also wounded 120 people.

10 Die Of Diarrhoea In Abuja, Nigeria

No fewer than 10 lives have been lost to the recent outbreak of diarrhoea in Wassa community, Abuja Municipal Area Council of the Nigerian capital, FCT.

Rilwanu Mohammed, the Executive Secretary, FCT Primary Healthcare Development Board, said this at the flag-off of the third round of polio outbreak vaccine response on Friday in Abuja.

Mr. Mohammed also disclosed that the disease affected 38 people in the community.

He said the incidence happened at the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp in the area.
The executive added that the disease broke out on November1, and that the victims were being treated by the board, stressing that the situation is under control.

Buhari, Saraki Meet Behind Closed Doors For The 3rd Time In A Week

For the third time in a week, President Muhammadu Buhari today met behind closed doors with the Senate President Bukola Saraki.

Saraki’s visit to the Villa was the third in one week since the Senate rejected the president’s 29.9 billion dollars foreign loan request. The meeting between the president and Saraki lasted about two hours.

On November 4, Saraki had a meeting with Buhari after joining him in Jumat prayers at the State House Mosque. He also met with the president on Wednesday.

Saraki, who briefly spoke to State House correspondents after the meeting, pleaded with Nigerians not to politicise the rejection of the loan request by the Senate.

Photo: James Faleke Escapes Assassination

James Faleke, a House of Representatives member escaped unhurt after a Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) conveying him from Lokoja, Kogi State capital, to Abuja, was shot by unknown assailants.

A report he lodged at the Gwagwalada Police Division on the outskirt of the Federal Capital City (FCT) said the lawmaker was attacked between 7 p.m and 7.30 p.m on Sunday.

He said bullets hit the front windshield of his bullet-proof vehicle thrice near the first bridge at Gwagwalada.

Robbers Kill Bank Manager, Security Man In Ekiti

Robbers invaded the rustic town of Otun-Ekiti in Moba Local Government Area of Ekiti State on Thursday and killed four persons in simultaneous attacks that included two banks.

It was learnt that policemen at the scene fled from the firepower of the armed robbers who laid siege to the entire town for about an hour.

The victims of the attacks were the manager and cashier of a commercial bank, a security man at another commercial bank and the night guard to the town’s monarch, Oba Adedapo Popoola.

Canadians Ready To Welcome Sad Americans

At almost 9,000 km long, the Canadian-American border has become the fault line for Trump anxiety.

While Donald Trump has spoken about building a wall between the US and Mexico to keep immigrants out, it is Americans who may be trying to flee.

During this election's vicious campaign cycle, the idea of Americans heading to Canada became a political statement.

Mosul Battle: IS Hangs Bodies Of 40 Civilians

So-called Islamic State (IS) shot dead 40 civilians on Tuesday in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul after accusing them of treason, the United Nations says.

Their bodies were then hung from electricity poles in several districts, the office of the UN Human Rights Commissioner said, citing sources.

A man was also reportedly shot dead in public in central Mosul for ignoring an IS ban on using mobile phones.

Iraqi security forces are continuing their push to take Mosul back from IS.

Photos: Smirnoff Celebrates Dj Spinall’s New Album Release With Launch Of Smirnoff X1

Smirnoff on Saturday, 5th of November at the Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos launched the newest addition to its Vodka range: The Smirnoff X1. The unveiling coincided with brand ambassador, DJ Spinall’s ‘TEN’ album launch.

Triple distilled, Extra smooth, the Smirnoff X1 was created with the Nigerian consumer in mind – a perfect drink for any good time. Speaking at the X1 launch, Smirnoff Brand Manager, Toluwalashe Ogunyemi,said‘The X1 is a wonderful addition to the Smirnoff family.

We are proud to say our consumers will enjoy the same great taste that they have come to associate with the Smirnoff range.’

Zimbabwe Drops Charges Against Cecil The Lion Hunter

A Zimbabwe court has dropped charges against a professional hunter alleged to have helped an American dentist to kill a famous lion named Cecil.

It ruled that the charges against Theo Bronkhorst "were too vague to enable to him to mount a proper defence".

His lawyer, Perpetua Dube, told the BBC the offence did not have the force of the law and was not criminal in nature.

American dentist Walter Palmer who killed the famed lion last year was not charged.

3 Suspected Female Bombers Killed In Maiduguri

The Borno Police Command said on Friday that three suspected female suicide bombers were shot dead by security agents after they tried to gain entry into Maiduguri to cause havoc.

In a statement, Mr Victor Isuku, the spokesman of the command, said that the bombers were strapped with Improved Explosive Device (IEDs) on their bodies.

“This morning at about 05:30hrs , three female suicide bombers with IED strapped to their bodies were sighted by military patrol team in Umarari village along Maiduguri/Damboa road near Mulai. They were moving towards Maiduguri.  They were promptly gun down and the IED on two of them exploded killing all three of them.

 “The unexploded IED on the third was rendered safe and detonated by Police Bomb Disposal Unit who promptly mobilized to the scene,” Isuku said.

Okorocha To Drag Road Contractors In Imo Before EFCC

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, yesterday said his government would invite the Economic Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to probe contractors who handled rural roads in the State and did not complete them. Okorocha stated this at the Imo International Convention Centre, IICC, in Owerri, during a meeting with the members of the State Development Council, SDC, from the 27 Local Government Areas of the State.

“We will invite the EFCC to investigate road contractors who never completed the rural roads in Imo given to them.

“ The governor said he would not be happy if after his administration, somebody would invite him to start talking about rural roads.

Return N500m, Properties Recovered From Igbinedion, Edo Govt Begs FG

Edo State Government has appealed to the Federal Government, to return the N500 million and three properties recovered from former governor of the state, Chief Lucky Igbinedion, to the state government following the order of the Federal High Court in Edo State after he was convicted of defrauding Edo State government.

The properties are landed property measuring 4,823.02 square meters at Asokoro, Abuja, acquired on January 13, 2006 with file number ED21620, detached property on two plots of land comprising 4 bedroom and boys quarters situated at number 57, Ihama Road, GRA, Benin City, Edo State and a storey building and a bungalow on a large expanse of land situated at number 24, Izekor Street, off Chris Mary Street, Benin City, Edo State.

Pastor Tunde Bakare Is 62 Today

Happy birthday to God’s own servant!

Woman Battling Sleeping Beauty Syndrome Sleeps 22 Hours A Day

A rare condition means a woman sleeps for up to 22 HOURS a day – and still feels tired.

Over the course of the year, there are 8,670 hours – and Heather Reed snoozes for around 8,030 of them.

“It certainly has an impact on my life,” said Heather, 37, speaking during a precious conscious hour.

“I feel like a ghost in my own life.”

Prince Harry's New Girlfriend Meghan Markle 'Staying With Him At Kensington Palace'

Prince Harry’s new girlfriend Meghan Markle is understood to have stayed with him at Kensington Palace.

The 35-year-old actress reportedly took a break from filming her hit US TV show Suites to fly over to London.

She allegedly told studio bosses she had “something important to do” and was understood to have been “desperate” to see the ginger prince.

The brunette babe last night reportedly stayed with Harry at his Nottingham Cottage pad, which Prince William and Kate used to live in.

Police Nab 2 Suspects For Cloning Enugu Deputy Gov’s Facebook Account

The Enugu State Police Command, yesterday said it has arrested two suspected Internet fraudsters who created a fake Facebook account using the profile of the Enugu State Deputy Governor, Mrs Cecilia Ezeilo.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Ebere Amaraizu, a superintendent of police, who disclosed this in a statement gave the names of the suspects as  Richard Onyema, 36, a native of Amokohia in Imo State who resides at No 20 Mbano Camp, Obigbo Port Harcourt, Rivers State and Richard Odinaka Amadi, 40, a native of Mbaitoli in Imo State who also resides at Omagwa, Rivers State.

He said the suspects specialised in the use of prominent persons’ profile to open Facebook accounts with a view to defrauding unsuspecting members of the public.

Miss Bum Bum Brazil 2016 Crowns First Black Winner

The quest to find Brazil's best bottom has crowned its first black winner. Samba queen and model Erika Canela was selected at the winner of the annual Miss BumBumcompetition during the final at a Sao Paulo nightclub.

Erika said she was very happy to "show the Brazilian beauty. I was very surprised. I am very happy and grateful to my mother, who voted for several mornings".

Ten million people cast votes online for the 15 finalists. Plastic surgery is allowed but not on the bottom area - with some candidates providing x-rays to prove their buxom buttocks are real.

The Miss Granny Bumbum winner was Dona Geralda, 64, a former Brazilian Big Brother contestant.

Photos Of Blac Chyna & Rob’s Daughter

So cute!

Protests Against Me Unfair, Trump Speaks, As Police Tell Protesters To Move On

President-elect Donald Trump fired back on social media after demonstrators in both red and blue states hit the streets for another round of protests, showing outrage over the Republican's unexpected win.

Demonstrations occurred from Portland, Oregon, to Chicago, to New York and parts in between and each typically drew a few hundred people, less than the thousands that gathered in various protests that surged after it became clear Trump had won Tuesday's election.

Late Thursday night, Trump went on Twitter to take on the protesters. Trump tweets: “Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair!”

Trump Win: Muslim Students Targeted In California Campus Attacks

Authorities at two universities in California said Thursday police were investigating attacks against female Muslim students, one of which was described as a hate crime.

Both attacks came on Wednesday, the day after Donald Trump was elected president at the end of a campaign during which the Republican was criticised for divisive and inflammatory language against Muslims.

In one of the incidents, two assailants confronted their victim at San Diego State University and “made comments about President-elect Trump and the Muslim community,” according to campus police.

Trump List Top Priorities; Health Care, Border, Jobs

US President-elect Donald Trump visited Congress on Thursday and proclaimed that health care, border security and jobs will be his top three priorities when he moves to the White House next January.

Continuing a Washington victory tour of sorts after his presidential election shocked the world, Trump and Vice president-elect Mike Pence sat down with House Speaker Paul Ryan and then with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to discuss the Republican priorities in Congress.

Ryan and Trump had a testy relationship during the campaign, with the House speaker last month saying he would not defend the nominee after Trump's lewd comments about women were made public.

Call To Remove Oyegun,’ Arrant Nonsense’ - CELT

The Concerned Edo Leaders of Thought, CELT, yesterday described as arrant nonsense, the call for the removal of the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Chief John Odigie Oyegun, asserting that it would resist any attempt to force the former Permanent Secretary out of office.

While declaring their support for Chief Oyegun, the group declared that those calling for his resignation were doing so based on their selfish interest and not because the APC national chairman had not performed.

In a statement signed by the President of the group, Col Paul Ogbebor (rtd), made available to Vanguard, described the allegation that Chief Oyegun compromised in the Ondo governorship primaries of the APC as untrue “and they cannot force the chairman out of office through amorphous organizations who are peddling lies.

Boy Accidentally Dies While Struggling For Gun, As Mother Says His Death, A Relief

A vigilance group commander in the Oke Aro area of Ogun State, Quadri Adesina, has been arrested by the police after an alleged accidental discharge from his gun killed a 23-year-old man, Yusuf Azeez.

Azeez reportedly wanted to wrest the gun from the suspect when a bullet hit him in the thigh. He was rushed to a hospital in the area, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

Punch Metro learnt that the deceased’s mother, 42-year-old Toyin Akintayo, had invited Adesina and his colleagues to her residence on CAC Street, Oke Aro, around 8pm on Tuesday to apprehend Azeez, who allegedly threatened to kill her.

Woman Who Gives Fake Prophecies, To Defraud Bank Customers Arrested (Pictured)

A woman, Biola Simon, has been arrested by the police in Lagos State for allegedly defrauding bank customers after giving them fake prophecies in the Dopemu area.

It was learnt that Simon, who came from Ibadan, Oyo State, was arrested on Thursday by the Dopemu Police Division, after one of her victims reported her to the police.

While the suspect was arrested, it was learnt that other suspected accomplices fled.

A sum of N150,000, which the woman had allegedly swindled out from her victim, was recovered by the policemen after the arrest.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Blac Chyna Gives Birth: Welcomes Baby Girl With Fiancé Rob Kardashian

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian have welcomed their first child together, a baby girl. Chyna gave birth to their daughter at Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Thursday, November 10.

A source says that the the couple named their baby girl Dream Renee Kardashian. She weighed in at 7 pounds and 5 ounces. (Renee is Chyna's middle name.)