Saturday, May 16, 2020

17-year old boy to be charged with murder after helping 16-year old girlfriend he met online kill her mum and brother

A 17-year-old boy is set to be charged with murder for allegedly helping his 16-year-old online girlfriend kill her mother and brother with special needs by torching their family home.

Kaleo Pangelian was arrested by Douglas County Sheriff’s Office at around 4.30pm Thursday and will now face an extradition hearing for his charges in Georgia.

He faces charges for two counts of murder in the deaths of Gerald Walton, 21, and Tasha Vandiver, 46, whose bodies were found in a house fire in Monroe County, Georgia, on February 27.

His girlfriend Candace Walton, 16, was charged in March with arson and two counts of murder for their deaths. It was initially believed she had died in the fire.

Leaked data from Chinese university shows country may have 640,000 cases of covid-19 instead of official figure of 84,000

China may have logged hundreds of thousands more cases of coronavirus than it is publicly admitting to, new data leaked from a university suggests.

Officially, the country has reported just 84,029 cases of the virus but there has been widespread skepticism over this figure amid a lack of transparency from Beijing.

But now, a database leaked from the National University of Defence Technology in the city of Changsha suggests the country could have 640,000 cases.

The information comes from a database leaked to Foreign Policy and 100 Reporters, which carried out a brief analysis of the information it contains.

20-year old orphan is full of gratitude as police help her recover her newborn son sold by her aunt

A 20-year-old woman, Abiola Komolafe, has narrated how her one-month-old son was sold to a child trafficking syndicate by her aunt, shortly after she was delivered of the child in Onitsha, Anambra State.

Komolafe was paraded alongside 182 suspects by the Delta State Police Command in Asaba, for crimes ranging from terrorism, robbery, kidnap, murder, cultism and child trafficking.

The state police commissioner, Hafiz Inuwa said the child trafficking syndicate specialises in trafficking young pregnant girls and selling their babies.

Inuwa disclosed that the gang was uncovered following a diligent investigation by his men.

Women talk about their SWEET and SAD experiences on their first day as mothers

Many mothers have shared snaps of joyous first moments with their newborn on social media, but some have confessed their own experiences were not suitable for camera.

Writing on anonymous sharing app Whisper, women from around the world have revealed how they felt during the first day of motherhood.

One woman said she felt judged by the hospital nurses for deciding not to breastfeed after having an emergency c-section and a rough night.

Meanwhile, others admitted they felt terrified after experiencing trauma - including one mother who spent over 40 hours in labour and spent the first night worrying because her daughter was born prematurely.

Again, Ex-Super Falcons player, Chi Chi Igbo hints she is a lesbian [see receipts]

Again, Ex-Super Falcons player, Chi Chi Igbo has hinted she is a lesbian! The footballer who left Falcons for international football, has been in Nigeria for quite sometime now.

Hinting she is in the game, the footballer posted an image which shows a lady banging a lady with the caption; ''I wanna be loyal and nasty with the same damn person FOREVER''.

One would have thought it was a repost, but chi chi personalized it with her Instagram handle name -- meaning she actually wrote it.

A follower of hers, Jane2rule however called her out saying, it would have been the best if she was with a man and not a lady. Chi Chi replied also telling her the last time she checked her name wasn't MRS REAL, but Jane replied emphasising a woman needs a D--K, while a man needs a PU$$Y.

What sayeth thou?D to P or P to P? 😂😂😂 Their convo below....😂😂

Pregnant coronvairus patient gives birth in Lagos, as state discharges 67 more patients

A pregnant coronavirus patient has given birth to a baby boy in Lagos State’s Isolation Centre.

”Today, a pregnant COVID19 positive patient was delivered of a baby boy through the caeserian section at the Gbagada Isolation Centre,” Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu said today on Twitter.

”Both mother and baby are doing well.”

The governor also announced the discharge of 67 more patients from four isolation centres in the state.

So sad! Couple in their 80s are shot dead right in the cemetery while visiting their son's grave

An elderly couple who were gunned down at a veteran's cemetery in Delaware last week had been visiting their son's grave at the time, their heartbroken children have revealed.

Paul, 86, and Lidia Marino, 85, from Elkton, Maryland, have been identified as the victims of a fatal shooting at Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Bear last Friday morning.

Lidia was pronounced dead at the scene while her husband, who was shot in the back of the head, was taken to the Christiana Hospital where he died later that day.

Police later discovered the 29-year-old suspect, Sheldon C. Francis, dead from a gunshot wound about six hours later in a wooded area.

25-year old pizza delivery man fatally shot during heated argument by his best friend who is a police officer

A 25-year-old pizza deliveryman from Long Island has been identified as the man who was allegedly killed by an off-duty rookie NYPD cop earlier this week.

Christoper Curro was fatally shot twice in the head and twice in the neck, and left for dead in Famringdale, New York.

On Friday, it was announced that the state Attorney General’s Office has taken over the investigation into the shooting, which is standard procedure whenever an unarmed civilian is killed by a police officer.

Hackers who stole legal secrets of celebrities double their ransom to $42m, threaten to reveal 'dirty laundry' on Trump

Wawu! Hackers who targeted a top law firm posting purportedly secret documents naming A-list celebrity clients have doubled their ransom to $42 million, it has been claimed.

Notorious hacker group 'REvil', allegedly from Eastern Europe, are said to have stolen private emails, contracts and personal details from New York-based entertainment law firm Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks.

The firm represents stars including Lady Gaga, Lizzo and Madonna.

In the hacker's latest threat, they claim to have 'dirty laundry' on Donald Trump, even though the President has never been a client of the firm, a source said.

Taraba discharges all COVID-19 patients after testing negative

All COVID-19 patients in Taraba State have been discharged after testing negative, SaharaReporters gathered.

The state governor, Darius Ishaku, disclosed this in Jalingo, the state capital, on Friday while inspecting a 100 bed isolation center.

He said, "At the moment, all positive COVID-19 patients have been declared negative except for the 88 almajris, whose result are being expected."

The governor decried lack of ventilators and testing kits in the state but assured residents of his commitments to establish three testing centers.

Oyedepo reveals 62 people have been healed of covid-19 via listening to the words of God

Bishop David Oyedepo of the Living Faith Church, also known as Winners Chapel, has revealed that the church already received 62 testimonies of persons healed of covid-19.

Oyedepo during a live broadcast on Saturday expressed gratitude to God for the healing of the 62 patients via listening to preachings from the church.

The cleric who has been against the closure of churches due to coronavirus declared that the fear of death that comes with the disease was gone and that God has weakened the strength of the pestilence.

‘Your virtual matriculation is a scam’- ASUU slams Osun State University Vice-Chancellor

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Saturday described the virtual matriculation organised by the Vice-Chancellor of Osun State University, Professor Labode Popoola as a scam.

Dailypost gathered that Osun State University recently conducted a virtual matriculation exercise attended by only principal officers of the institution led by the Vice-Chancellor.

But, ASUU while reacting, lashed out at the Vice-Chancellor.

The union alleged that the Vice-Chancellor was aiming to use the virtual matriculation to get financial favour from the federal government.

Husband cuts off wife's nose for asking for divorce

An Afghanistan man cut off his wife’s nose with a kitchen knife after she asked for divorce amid a surge in domestic violence triggered by the coronavirus lockdown.

In a news reported by The Daily Mail, The mother of a seven-year-old boy was trying to leave her abusive husband, who had prevented her from moving out of their house in the southwestern province of Paktika.

The attack on the 24-year-old victim happened earlier this month and police arrested the husband this week. The woman was sent to her father’s home after treatment.

Speaking about the incident, Khoshboo Maidanwal, head of the provincial women’s affairs department said:

Recovered coronavirus patients to avoid s.e.x for 30 days

People who have had coronavirus should avoid having s.e.x for 30 days after recovering, an expert has claimed according to a report by The Mirror.

Veerawat Manosutthi, a senior medical expert at the Thai Disease Control Department, has advised that patients who have overcome Covid-19 should avoid getting intimate for 30 days, and has even warned against kissing.

In his words: Those who believe themselves to be free of the virus should use condoms when having s.e.x. Kissing should also be avoided as it is also known that it can spread through the mouth.

Rwanda′s genocide suspect arrested after 25 years

French police arrested one of the last key suspects sought over the Rwandan genocide on Saturday, prosecutors and police said.

Felicien Kabuga, once one of Rwanda’s richest men and accused of financing the genocide, was living under a false identity in the French capital’s suburbs, the public prosecutor’s office and the police said in a joint statement.

The operation, carried out at dawn, resulted in the arrest of a fugitive “who has been sought by the judicial authorities for 25 years”, the statement said.

Around 800,000 people — Tutsis but also moderate Hutus — were slaughtered over 100 days by ethnic Hutu extremists during the 1994 genocide.

4-month old girl among 20 new coronavirus cases in Kaduna

The Kaduna State Ministry of Health has said a four-month-old girl is among the 20 new coronavirus cases recorded in the state on Friday.

The State Commissioner of Health, Dr. Amina Mohammed-Baloni, in a statement on Saturday, also said 15 of the 20 new cases are family members.

She explained that the new COVID-19 patients are close contacts of previously confirmed cases.

The statement said, “A four-month-old girl is regrettably one of the new patients, and investigations indicate that her father has travel history to Kano.

Kobe chopper crash pilot had no drugs in system – Autopsy

The pilot of the helicopter that crashed while carrying Kobe Bryant and his daughter to a basketball tournament in California did not have alcohol or drugs in his system, according to the autopsy report released.

Ara Zobayan, 50, was taking the Bryants and six others to a youth tournament when the chopper slammed into the mountains west of Los Angeles, killing all nine on board instantly.

“Toxicological testing did not detect the presence of alcohol or drugs of abuse,” the Los Angeles County coroner’s report said.

The clinical report described the carnage at the January 26 crash scene and said that all the victims died of blunt force trauma. The manner of death for each was listed as accidental.

Brazil Health Minister resigns amid Covid-19 crisis

Brazilian Health Minister Nelson Teich has resigned over what a ministry official said was “incompatibility” with President Jair Bolsonaro’s approach to fighting the country’s spiralling coronavirus crisis.

Teich, a 62-year-old oncologist, served in the far-right president’s cabinet for less than a month.

His predecessor, Luiz Henrique Mandetta, resigned on April 16, also after clashing with Bolsonaro, a vocal critic of the stay-at-home measures Mandetta recommended to contain the virus.

Teich and Bolsonaro reportedly disagreed over use of chloroquine to treat the new coronavirus.

Lockdown: Single men and women in Netherlands advised to find a s.e.x buddy

Single men and women in the Netherlands have been advised to find a s.e.x buddy for those seeking intimacy during the coronavirus lockdown.

The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) said that single people should come to an agreement with one other person if they are seeking intimacy.

In the guidance issued on May 14, RIVM said that s.e.x with a regular partner is possible because they are very close and it is practically impossible to avoid each other physically.

The guidance comes after critics said there was no s.e.x advice for singles, BBC reports.

“The Flash” actor Logan Williams died of drug overdose

Logan Williams, the 16-year-old actor who died suddenly in April, overdosed on fentanyl, according to his mother.

In an interview with the New York Post, Logan’s mother Marlyse Williams said her son had a three-year battle with addiction. She hopes by speaking out on it that she can help stem the rising opioid crisis, where teen mortality rates continue to rise.

“His death is not going to be in vain. He’s going to help a lot of people down the road.”

Marlyse said that she discovered Logan was using marijuana at age 13 and eventually progressed into harder dugs. She said she does not know for sure when he began using fentanyl, a synthetic opioid pain reliever that creates a “heroin-like effect” on the body, according to the CDC.

FG to submit list of school feeding vendors to EFCC

The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development said the list of all participating vendors in the modified School Feeding Programme will be submitted to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

The Humanitarian Affairs Minister, Sadiya Farouq, who said this at the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 daily news briefing on Friday in Abuja, noted that it was for the purpose of transparency and accountability.

She said the modified school feeding programme was being funded by the Federal Government, implemented by states and facilitated by the ministry.

15 Covid-19 patients who escaped from Kwara Isolation Center rearrested

No fewer than fifteen Covid-19 patients who have tested positive on Friday attempted to escape from Isolation centre at Sobi specialist hospital in Ilorin.

Saturday Vanguard reliably gathered that the patients jumped over the fence of the hospital to escape from the isolation centre.

It however took some hours for the security officers who launched their network around the area before they could be rearrested and returned to the isolation center.

According to a credible source who spoke with Saturday Vanguard, “it’s true that about fifteen of them attempted to escape from the isolation center this morning, but as I’m talking with you the security officers have been able to get all of them back to the isolation center”

German Bundesliga resumes today after months of lockdown

After two months of inactivity, German top-flight league, the Bundesliga, will resume this afternoon.

The sudden break in the Bundesliga was as a result of the outbreak of Covid-19, which has killed thousands of people and affected sporting activities and business across the globe.

The excitement will return this afternoon following lockdown being lifted in Germany. But the fans will have to watch behind closed-door matches from the comfort of their own homes.

However, the head coach of Augsburg, Heiko Herrlich, will miss the Bundesliga restart today after breaching quarantine rules by leaving the team hotel to buy toothpaste.

I will take Boko Haram as in-law if Leah will be released, says Rebecca Sharibu

For a mother whose daughter has remained in captivity on account of refusal to renounce her faith, even after her fellow abductees have been set free, and who is alleged to have been impregnated by one of her captors, nothing would be too much to bear, including having to accept one of the captors as an in-law.

Leah Sharibu’s mother is willing to go down this route just to secure the release of her beloved one.

As her daughter turned 17 last Thursday, May 14, and marks her third birthday in captivity, Mrs. Rebecca Sharibu, mother of Leah Sharibu, the only Chibok schoolgirl still in Boko Haram captivity, said she was ready to take an outlaw for an in-law as long as her daughter is set free, just as she expressed disappointment with the federal government’s unending negotiation for her daughter’s release, describing it as “a scam to satisfy themselves.”

Imo State Suspends Broadcaster For Complaining Of Non-Payment Of Salaries [Photos]

The Imo State Government has queried a senior editor with the Imo Broadcasting Corporation, Mrs Ottih Vivian, for complaining of non-payment of her salaries and that of her colleagues.

Ottih, a lawyer, had on May 4 in a Facebook post pleaded publicly to the state government to pay her colleagues and herself their over three months salaries.

"Nwamkpa Modestus (Uzodinma's SSA) my dearest brother, from the blood and water we share as brother and sister, and as colleague in the journalism profession, you are the closest officer of His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Imo State, Chief Hope Uzodinma (Onwa Oyoko) to me.

New York barber who disobeyed stay-at-home order to open shop tests positive for coronavirus and has 'infected' dozens of his customers

The barber shop owner from upstate New York who contracted Covid-19 after giving haircuts in violation of the state lockdown angrily denied Governor Andrew Cuomo’s claim that he infected more than a dozen others.

Joseph LaLima Sr, 76, is the Kingston barber who was infected with the coronavirus after he kept working even though nonessential businesses are not permitted to operate statewide during the coronavirus pandemic.

In an interview with DailyMail.com, LaLima hit out at Cuomo, who earlier on Friday said that the Ulster County barber infected others.

EFCC hands over Diezani’s forfeited property to Lagos for Isolation Centre [photo]

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Friday handed over a property forfeited by former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Allison-Madueke to the Lagos State government for use as an isolation centre for COVID-19 patients.

The property consisting six flats of three bedrooms and a boys’ quarter was forfeited by Mrs Allison-Madueke following an order of Lagos State Federal High in 2017.

Speaking during the handover ceremony, the Lagos Zonal Head of the EFCC, Mohammed Rabo stated that the gesture was part of the Commission’s social responsibility efforts towards the fight against the spread of Corona virus.

Women who have one fruit drink a day are likely to suffer heart disease than those who drink coca-cola - study

Women who have at least one fruit drink a day are more likely to suffer heart disease than those who drink a fizzy soda like Coca-Cola once a day, a study warns.

A study of more than 100,00 women found one or more sugar-added fruit drinks a day increased the risk of cardiovascular disease by 42 per cent.

In contrast, a fizzy drink a day was associated with only a 23 per cent higher risk of cardiovascular disease.

The research was based on more than 100,000 women who participated in the California Teachers Study. No men were involved in the study.

Adorable new photo of Tiwa Savage's son, Jamil

The singer shared the adorable new photos on instagram writing;

'Fresh boy jam jam ❤️'

How Coronavirus struck dead Nigerian couple 10 days apart in UK (photos)

A Nigerian doctor and his wife have been struck dead by Coronavirus in the United Kingdom 10 days apart.

Dr James Oniah, a retired radiologist, succumbed to Covid-19 on April 24 while Mary passed away from the virus on May 4.

They both died at King George Hospital in Ilford, East London leaving behind three children as well as other family members and friends who saw them as ‘mum and dad’.

Mrs Oniah, 61, is thought to have contracted Covid-19 during her job as a Regional Director for a care home provider before her 79-year-old husband was also struck down.

Billionaire's wife, Regina Daniels stuns in new photos

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Super Eagles player, Wilfred Ndidi and wife welcome first child

Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, and his wife Dinma have welcomed their first child together, a baby girl.

 The proud dad shared the news on his instagram writing;

''I’m Fortunate to know that ‘’God is gracious’’ - JAINA.''

Ebonyi state government lifts ban on religious gatherings

Governor David Umahi on Friday lifted the ban on religious gathering in Ebonyi state. He said religious centre can now conduct services once a week but must observe the ptrvrntion protocol against COVID-19.

The  state’s Commissioner for Information and State Orientation, Uchenna Orji, announced the governor’s decision in a statement on Friday.

Mr Umahi had declared the ban last month to check the spread of the novel coronavirus in the state.

Chinese nationals arraigned for offering EFCC N100m bribe

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Sokoto Zonal office on Friday arraigned the duo of Meng Wei Kun and Xui Kuoi, both Chinese, on two-count charge of conspiracy and offering bribe to a public servant to the tune of N100,000, 000.

They were arraigned before Justice Mohammed Sa’idu Sifawa of the State High Court Sokoto.
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The defendants were docked for allegedly offering to bribe the EFCC Sokoto Zonal Head, Mr. Abdullahi Lawal with the sum of one hundred million naira (N100, 000.000.00) on behalf of a construction company: China Zhonghao Nig. Ltd.

Again, Ogun extends lockdown by one week

The Ogun state government has once again extended the current lockdown by another one week with windows of relaxation on Monday,Wednesday and Friday from 7am to 5pm to allow residents to restock essential needs and engage in commercial activities.

Addressing journalists during his weekly briefing ,the state governor, Dapo Abiodun said the action is imperative in view of the substantial non compliance with laid down directives of government aimed at flattening the curve of the spread of the pandemic

While asking for total cooperation and understanding of residents,the governor however sounded a note of warning against any forms of sabotage as the state has recorded 134 active cases, 5 deaths while 54 patients discharged so far in the state.

Nigeria records 288 new COVID-19 cases, total now 5,445

Nigeria has recorded 288 new cases of the novel coronavirus, according to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control.

In a tweet via its official handle late Friday, the NCDC said 179 new cases had been discovered in Lagos, the country’s hotspot.

In Kaduna, 20 new cases were recorded, 15 each in both Katsina and Jigawa, 13 in Borno, 11 in Ogun, eight in Kano, seven in the FCT, four each in Niger and Ekiti, three each in Oyo, Delta and Bauchi, two in Kwara and one in Edo.

Friday, May 15, 2020

Oyo suspends Bodija market executives for allegedly collecting illegal levies from traders

The Oyo State Government has suspended the executive members of the Bodija International Market in Ibadan for allegedly collecting illegal levies from the traders.

Mr Adewale Osoniyi, the Caretaker Chairman of Aare Latosa Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Samonda, Ibadan, made the disclosure on Friday while speaking with newsmen.

Osoniyi said the suspension was to pave way for proper investigation of the allegation.

“Preliminary investigation and arrest of the perpetrators made so far indicate that the executive members of the traders’ association were involved in the scam.

Brothers arrested for killing neighbour in Lagos

Police in Lagos have arrested one Habib Olapari, his teenage brother Rilwan and one Peter for allegedly hacking their neighbour Taiwo Eluyemi to death in front of his son.

The suspects were said to have committed the alleged offence on April 23, at 7, Taiwo Street, Mafoluku Oshodi.

It was gathered that Eluyemi, a neighbour to the Olaparis, had complained about the many friends they brought to his apartment to watch television.

A disagreement was said to have ensued which was settled only for Habib and his accomplices to allegedly attack the man with axe from behind on April 23.

Buhari sends message to Dele Momodu as he clocks 60

President Muhammadu Buhari today felicitated with journalist/publisher, Ayobamidele Abayomi Momodu, popularly known as Dele Momodu, as he turns 60 today, May 16, 2020.

The President, in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, in Abuja, congratulated Momodu on hitting the milestone in good health and a sound mind.

President Buhari wished the Publisher of Ovation International greater contributions to the further emancipation of Nigeria in the years and decades to come.

Harrowing footage shows bleeding and rotting animals still on sale at wet markets across Asia

Seething animal rights activists have released distressing footage that appear to show bleeding and rotting animals, including bats, in wet markets across Asia.

Taken during the coronavirus pandemic, the harrowing clip shows animals including ducks, bats, monkeys, snakes and chickens covered in blood.

Campaign group PETA, which shared the videos from six countries, has called for wet markets to be banned across the world - saying they are a breeding ground for pathogens which could cause another deadly disease to spread.

Kim Jong-un was 'hauled from school after spies exposed his love of BDSM p.o.r.n'

Kim Jong-un was reportedly hauled from his expensive private school after spies exposed his love of BDSM p.o.r.n.

The North Korean leader, now 36, attended a boarding school in Bern, Switzerland, in the 1990s.

But he was ordered home by his father Kim Jong-il after spies informed him his son had been caught with a kinky magazine stuffed in his school bag.

Kim Jong-un attended the school with his three siblings - who all lived there under fake identities as the children of a North Korean diplomat.

Photos: British nudists wed in n.a.k.e.d ceremony with 40 n.u.d.e guests

A n.u.d.i.s.t couple who met while playing n.a..k.e.d table tennis have tied the knot - in the buff. Nigel Seymour, 59, and 30-year-old care assistant Rachel spend their lives clothes-free.

So when it came to exchanging vows, they were never going to blow the budget on wedding outfits.

The pair, from Poole, Dorset, married in front of 40 n.a.k.e.d guests at a naturist haunt in Romford, Essex.

They are both members of British Naturism and met over a game of table tennis on a Greek island in 2017.

23-year-old man arrested for defiling two minors [photos]

A 23-year-old man, Uchenna Mbahotu, has been arrested by the Divisional police headquarters in Orji Owerri North local government area, in Imo state, for allegedly taken s.e.xual advantage of two minors, named Chinaemerem Akagha 11-year-old and Nmesoma Akagha, 9-year-old.

The Imo state Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Orlando Ikeokwu, yesterday in Owerri, said that it was as a result of the complaint to the police by the mother of the victims, Blessing Akagha, that led to the arrest of the suspect.

However, the police said that in their report that they found out that the suspect only defiled one of the said victims, Nmesoma Akagha of the nine years old.