Saturday, July 18, 2020

Davido signs May D to DMW records

Davido has signed May D to his DMW records.

May D himself made this known on instagram sharing a photo of DMW's logo and saying ''my new family''.

May D parted ways with PSquare and Jude Okoye in 2012. Announcing his latest move, he wrote;

''My New Family, I’m So Excited ! PROBLEM #DMW #30BG #CONFAMENT.''

20-year old girl who fell off a bar building due to a faulty railing is awarded $22million

The family of a young woman who suffered catastrophic and permanent brain damage after falling through a faulty second-floor railing at a Cleveland bar three years ago have reached a $22million settlement with the proprietors of the now-defunct business and the owners of the building.

Megan Keefe was a 20-year-old nursing student when she plummeted from a balcony at Spirits Bar on West 6th Street on St Patrick's Day in 2017.

She landed head first onto a granite countertop 15 feet below, suffering severe injuries to her head and face that have left her in need of around-the-clock care, according to the lawsuit that her parents filed on her behalf four months later.

Buhari names Agbor Railway complex after Jonathan

President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday appreciated the effort of his predecessor, Dr Goodluck Jonathan in the revival of infrastructural projectsin the country as he approved the naming of the Agbor Railway Complex after him.

The Special Assistant to the President on Digital and New Media, Tolu Ogunlesi disclosed this on his Twitter handle on Saturday.

“President @MBuhari has approved the naming of the Railway Complex in Agbor-the operational hub of Itakpe-Warri rail line after President Goodluck Jonathan. It will be known as the Goodluck Jonathan Railway Station and Complex,” he tweeted.

Twitter explains how 130 VIP accounts were hacked

Twitter said hackers “manipulated” some of its employees to access 130 accounts in a high-profile attack on the social media company, including those of Democratic presidential challenger Joe Biden and tech entrepreneur Elon Musk.

Posts trying to dupe people into sending the hackers Bitcoin were tweeted by the official accounts of former President Barack Obama, Apple, Uber, Bill Gates and many others on Wednesday, forcing Twitter to lock large numbers of accounts in damage control.

More than $100,000 worth of the virtual currency was sent to email addresses mentioned in the tweets, according to, which monitors crypto transactions.

“We know that they accessed tools only available to our internal support teams to target 130 Twitter accounts,” said a statement posted Saturday on Twitter’s blog.

Ekiti postpones church, mosque reopening until Aug 14

Ekiti State Government has shifted the reopening of places of worship in the state to August 14 following alleged inability of the worship centres to meet the prescribed conditions for reopening.

Health Commissioner, Dr Mojisola Yaya-Kolade, who reiterated commitment of the state government to safety of lives and property, said, “the government will leave no stone unturned in the enforcement of the regulations on the reopening of worship places in the state.”

The mosques and churches, shut down since March, were billed to reopen for worship once a week on Fridays for Muslims, effective from July 17 and once a week on Sundays, effective from July 19 for Christians.

Why I converted from Islam to Christianity, Bolanle Ninalowo spills the beans

Nollywood actor Bolanle Ninalowo has revealed why he converted from Islam to Christianity.

According to the actor, he was born into a staunch Muslim family as Azeez but this changed after  abad life experience.

Ninalowo as he his fondly called said he ran into trouble and couldn’t be saved by his parents and family members who were Muslims, but the Bible rescued him from the trouble and since then it became his life manual.

Ninalowo revealed this during an Instagram Live session with Mr. Porsche.

Bomb blast in Katsina, 6 persons feared killed

An improvised bomb has exploded in the Nigerian northern state of Katsina, with six people feared killed.

The Daily Nation said the explosion went off in Yardagi village in Zango Local Government Area of the State.

It said the six persons killed at the farmland where the bomb was planted were.

The online newspaper also reported that six other persons were injured.

COVID-19: Ekiti bans traditional festivals for rest of 2020

Ekiti Government on Saturday directed traditional rulers in towns and villages to either postpone or cancel for the rest of the year, all pending local festivals in their domains to curb the spread of Coronavirus.

The State Coordinator of COVID-19 Task Force Response Team, Prof Bolaji Aluko, made the announcement in a statement in Ado Ekiti.

He said Ekiti State has cumulatively recorded 78 positive Coronavirus cases, with 29 active, 2 deaths, and 47 discharged, warning that the cases can rise dramatically if public assemblies continued unchecked.

He said as the state was gradually entering the full blown season of Traditional Festivals, therefore, travels from within Ekiti State and various parts of Nigeria by indigenes and visitors to the various towns and villages during this period of the pandemic, had started to occur.

Trump clashes with Fox interviewer over Biden police defunding claim

US President Donald Trump has clashed with a Fox News interviewer over his claims that Democratic challenger Joe Biden plans to defund the police.

During the interview conducted on the patio outside the Oval Office, Trump blamed rising violence in some cities on their Democratic leaders.

“They’ve run them poorly,” Trump said after reporter Chris Wallace pointed out that many of the cities had been run by Democratic mayors for decades.

“It was always bad, but now it’s gotten totally out of control. And it’s really because they want to defund the police, and Biden wants to defund the police,” Trump claimed.

Outrage as Dangote truck kills one, injures three in Ogun

A mob on Saturday set ablaze a Dangote truck for killing one motorcyclist and injuring three others.

The incident happened around 8 am on the Old Ibadan Roundabout Road, Ago-Iwoye, in the Ijebu-North Local Government Area of Ogun State.

The accident involved the truck and a motorcycle, said the Public Relations Officer of the Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps, Babatunde Akinbiyi.

Akinbiyi said the truck driver lost control of the vehicle and ran over the moving motorcycle, killing the rider and injuring three others.

Woman allegedly commits suicide after fighting with husband

A 28-year-old woman, Mrs Clara Vincent, has allegedly committed suicide by drinking sniper after  quarrelling with her husband,

City Round learnt that the deceased, who lived on Ebewi Street at Agodo area of Lagos State with her husband, was rushed to the General Hospital, Isolo, Lagos where she was confirmed dead.

Her cousin, Mr Lawrence John, who reported the case to the police, said the family suspected foul play, alleging that the husband had a hand in her death.

He said, “My cousin, Clara, was said to have taken her own life after drinking sniper. She was rushed to the General hospital, at Isolo, where she died.

After three months, Kaduna directs civil servants to resume work on Monday

Kaduna State has directed its civil servants to report to work on Monday, July 20 after working remotely for over three months at home following invocation of the Quarantine Act and Kaduna State Public Health Law, which quarantined all residents on March 26.

A circular by office of the Head of Service, stated different category of workers will work on different days of the week from 9am to 3pm.

The circular signed by Ibrahim Jere, Permanent Secretary (Public Service Officer), said all Permanent Secretaries, Directors General, Chief Executives of Agencies and Parastatals as well as Directors will work from Monday to Friday.

Cossy Ojiakor explains she has gone for a second surgery

Actress and singer, Cossy Ojiakor, has explained she has gone for another surgery, this time more of a 'correction' because she didn't  adhere to the instructions the doctors gave her for her post surgery.

The actress explained this while speaking to Saturday Beats and also used the opportunity to deny rumours that one up coming singer, Oba DC r3ped her inside a club in Victoria Island, Lagos.

Hear her; ‘I don’t know any Oba DC. People just like to use my name to gain popularity. He should have paid me some money so that I can also claim to know him. Oba DC cannot r3pe me. I would have brutalised his genitals. It’s funny how people come up with untrue stories but it’s okay. Perhaps, the guy r3ped another person with big breasts.

“The only person that looked for my trouble was my neighbour and I made him do frog jump and posted it on my page. It was part of the steps for our reconciliation.’’

Hushpuppi dumps top Chicago lawyer as court transfers trial to California

A popular Nigerian Instagram celebrity facing wire fraud charges in the United States, Ramoni Abbas (popularly called Hushpuppi), has settled for a government lawyer after his case was transferred to another district.

Mr Abbas, 37, who was resident in Dubai and known for flaunting extravagant lifestyle on social media, was arrested last month over money laundering allegations. He was extradited to the U.S on July 3.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation had earlier alleged that Mr Abbas was part of a network that made “hundreds of millions of dollars” from business email compromise frauds and other scams.

Also, the American government said Mr Abbas funded his extravagant lifestyle with stolen money.

Bollywood star Aishwarya Bachchan, daughter moved to isolation centre

Bollywood star and former Miss World Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has been moved to a Mumbai hospital along with her eight-year-old daughter, nearly a week after they were revealed to have the coronavirus, media reports said.

Her actor husband Abhishek Bachchan and superstar father-in-law Amitabh Bachchan are already in the same hospital, the highest-profile personalities to have been infected in India, which has now recorded more than one million cases in the pandemic.

Aishwarya Bachchan, a former beauty queen who went on to become one of India’s top actors, and her daughter Aaradhya were revealed on Sunday to be suffering from the coronavirus.

They had been in self-quarantine at home but the Times of India newspaper said they were moved to the Nanavati Hospital on Friday after complaining of “breathlessness”.

NAF graduates another set of six instructor pilots at 401 Flying Training School, Kaduna

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) on Friday, 17 July 2020, graduated another set of Instructor Pilots (IPs) at the 401 Flying Training School (401 FTS) Kaduna.

The IP Course 12/2020 Course had 6 participants, comprising one Wing Commander, 2 Flight Lieutenants and 3 Flying Officers drawn from different platforms and units in the NAF, who completed the intensive 4-month training.

Speaking at the ceremony, the Chief of the Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, represented by the Commandant Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT), Air Vice Marshal (AVM) Abdulganiu Olabisi, noted that 401 FTS had continued to fulfil its statutory role of providing effective flying training for almost 40 years as evidenced by the quality of its graduands over the years.

He, therefore, implored the school not to rest on its oars but to continue to strive towards more realistic training consistent with the operational imperatives in today’s aviation industry, producing the next generation of NAF aviators.

How kidnappers buried three victims alive in Rivers forest

Three corpses of kidnap victims have again been exhumed in Rivers state, this time, from a forest in Bera, Gokana Local Government Area (LGA) where suspected killers led the police.

The kidnap victims, Baridomale Sunday Tor, Baridon Gbarabera and Barisiton Nawee were said to have been buried alive with mouths and hands tied to their back by their abductors 14 March, 2020.

The suspected killers claimed they subjected the victims to the gruesome murder for reporting oil theft and perpetrators in the community.

The development comes barely two days after similar decomposing body of Dinebari Ereba Gospel, a potable water producing engineer, was recovered found in a forest in Alesa, Eleme LGA where separate kidnappers tied him to die in a three even after collecting One Million Naira ransom from relatives.

Dekunle Fuji speaks on his spiritual battles... how he lost his memory in US

Gospel artiste, Dekunle Fuji, after a long silence has spoken up about what took him to the US, how he changed his name and how his band member jazzed him using his clothes.

He spoke about the many attacks he had, how he lost his memory and how none of his friends remembered he existed again. Speaking to Saturday Beats, the once famous singer said;

“When my performance at ‘The Experience’ concert flopped some years back, I kept asking myself what went wrong. The instrumentalists didn’t remember everything that we rehearsed. Meanwhile, I had fasted for 21 days prior to the programme. But what happened? The devil struck. I then decided to take a two-week break to cool off. When I got to the airport, I saw Pastor Paul Adefarasin (one of the organisers of the Experience concert), and he told me that what happened to me was a (spiritual) attack.

Airforce begins investigation into Flying Officer Arotile’s death, detains two persons

Following the complaint by the family of late NAF Helicopter Combat Pilot, Flying Officer Tolulope Arotille, through her elder sister, Mrs Damilola Adegboye that the death of the combat pilot was suspicious and should be investigated, authorities of the Nigerian Air Force said on Friday night that discreet investigations have commenced into circumstances surrounding her death.

Also, the pan Yoruba socio-cultural organisation, Afenifere, on Thursday raised suspicion over the death of the female officer, rejecting the road accident explanation and calling for a Coroner’s Inquest into her death.

Vanguard gathered that towards this end, two persons are said to have been detained in Kaduna while Provost Officers are discreetly working to unearth the conversations she had on her phone on the day of the incident.

Tope Alabi, TY Bello, Sammie Okposo, Mike Aremu, others to honour Ibidunni Ighodalo at 40

Tope Alabi, TY Bello, Sammie Okposo, Mike Aremu and other Gosel artistes will today honour late Ibidun Ighodalo who would have turned 40 today if she were to be alive.

Ibidun had planned to help 40 families looking for children get one through medical assistance, saying that would be a more appropriate way of marking her 40th birthday.

In her honour and in celebration of her 40th posthumous birthday, at least 29 gospel artistes will perform online today from 8pm to 12am.

Other artistes to perform are Tosin Alao, Ron Kenoly, Muyiwa Olanrewanju, Kunle Ayo, BJ Sax, Ibiayo Jeje, Alabi Oke, Psalmos, Efe Nathan, Yetunde Are, Seyi Ajayi, among others.

The event is tagged Global Worship Concert.

Akinyele killings: 50-year-old herbalist gives me N500 anytime I kill my victims

Akinyele Killings: 50-Yr-Old Herbalist Gives Me N500 Anytime I Kill My Victims
Following the manhunt launched by the Oyo State Police Command to apprehend the culprits in connection with killings at the Akinyele axis of the state, the suspected serial killer of the innocent victims has confessed on how he was able to catch on his targets.

While parading the suspected criminals at the police headquarters, Eleyele, Ibadan on Friday, one of the suspects, Sunday Sodipe (19 years), disclosed that a certain herbalist who he worked for, Adedokun Yinusa Ajani (50 years), was the one sending him on such assignments.

He explained that anytime he wanted to go for the operation, the herbalist would instruct him to kneel down in front of him and he (Ajani) would make some incantations and then put something on his tongue three times.

The suspected serial killer said whenever he located his victims, he would hit them with a shovel and when they laid in a pool of their blood, he would make some incantations and move around the body three times and then back it. Sunday said he would back the body for about five minutes with his eyes closed before leaving the scene.

Nigerians react as Tiwa Savage ignores Wizkid on his birthday

Tiwa Savage and wizkid are one of the closest buddies in the Nigerian music industry no doubt, as there were even rumours they were an item.

However, wizkid celebrated his 30th birthday on July 16th and Tiwa ignored him online.

Most celebrities, and fans wished Wizkid a happy birthday but to everyone's surprise, Tiwa Savage did not. This got many worried with others reacting to it.

See some of the reactions below:

Three policemen chasing hoodlums drown in Oyo

The Oyo State Police Command has lost three constables who drowned in a bridge washed away by flood on Balogun Street in Oyo town.

The policemen, attached from Oyo Atiba Police Division, trailed some hoodlums to the area when the thugs started running towards the bridge.

According to an eyewitness, one of the hoodlums reportedly jumped into the water and the policemen jumped after him during which the officers drowned.

The witness, who gave his name as Okunola Abbas said, “On Sunday, July 12, some policemen from Oyo Atiba division were passing through Balogun Street in Oyo town and saw some hoodlums smoking weed in the area.

Comedian Taaooma completes NYSC

Talented comedian, Mariam Apaokagi popularly known as Taaooma has shared some pictures on social media to celebrate her NYSC Passing Out Parade.

The screen diva who has built great fans on social media through her educative and hilarious comedy skits on Instagram studied Tourism, hospitality, and event Management from Kwara state University.

Sharing the good news on her Instagram, Taaooma via the caption noted how glad she is to have been able to complete her one-year mandatory service without any hitch.

Friday, July 17, 2020

Footballer Onuachu recovers from Covid-19, resumes training

Paul Onuachu, Nigerian professional footballer who plays for Belgian club Genk, has recovered from coronavirus.

Onuachu last week tested positive for Covid-19 on his return to Belgium from Nigeria.

He was placed in isolation but the latest tests carried out on the lanky striker returned negative.

The striker is now billed to resume training with the rest of the squad on Friday.

The 26-year-old who missed his side’s friendly win over Royal Union Saint-Gilloise on Wednesday will be available for the club’s next friendly fixture against Excelsior.

NDDC saga: Reps summon Akpabio, NDDC MD

The minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godswill Akpabio, has been summoned to appear before the House of Representatives Committee on Niger Delta over the alleged N40 billion missing from the coffers of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

Also summoned by the investigative committee is the Acting Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Prof. Kemebradikumo Pondei, who walked out on the committee on Thursday.

The duo of Akpabio and Pondei are expected to appear before the committee on Monday at 11 am.

The committee had, on Wednesday, interrogated officials of the Central Bank of Nigeria, the Accountant-General of the Federation and the Auditor-General of the Federation over an alleged N82.5bn spent by the NNDC between January and May 2020.

Ooni joins others to pay for charter flight to bring back stranded Nigerians from US, Canada

The Ooni of Ife Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi and others have paid for a charter flight to bring back stranded Nigerians in the United States of America and Canada.

The flight, scheduled for July 25, will depart Newmark USA for Lagos.

The Ooni said: “I did not think twice when they approached me for assistance to facilitate a charter flight for them. Many have been without their families for four months or more.”

He said the pandemic is a collective fight that requires support both at home and abroad.

Heroic female combat pilot, Arotile to be buried July 23

Nigeria’s first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile, who died on July 14 will be buried on July 23.

The Nigerian Air Force said on Friday Arotile will be laid to rest with “full military honours at the National Military Cemetery in Abuja.

A statement by NAF Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, titled Late Flying Officer Arotile to be buried in Abuja with full military honours on July 23, said: “The remains of late Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile, NAF’s first combat helicopter pilot who died on July 14 will be laid to rest with full military honours at the National Military Cemetery in Abuja on July 23.

“Meanwhile, a condolence visit to the Arotile Family in Lokoja by a high-powered delegation, composed of the CAS, Honourable Minister of Women Affairs as well as the Chairmen of the Senate and House Committees on Air Force, has been scheduled to hold on a date before the burial.”

Gokada CEO's Personal Assistant arrested in connection to his gruesome murder

The Personal Assistant to murdered Gokada CEO, Fahim Saleh, has been arrested in connection with the crime, the New York Times reported today.

Saleh, 33, was found dead in his Manhattan home on Tuesday afternoon with his body dismembered, New York Police said.

Now police investigations have revealed Tyrese Devon Haspil, 21, carried out the murder with the motive of getting away with a debt owed to Mr Saleh.

Mr Hapsil is set “to be charged in a criminal complaint with second-degree murder and other crimes.”

World population will start shrinking in 44 years and it will make Nigeria one of the largest, wealthiest countries

Earth's population will peak in 44 years at around 9.7billion before it starts to shrink again, according to scientists who predict Nigeria will eventually be home to more people than China.

After 2064 the total number of people will start to fall because of a decline in the number of children people are having, dropping by 900million to 8.8billion by 2100.

Populations will only grow or stay stable if women have an average of 2.1 children each — but better education and contraception will stop this in future because women will be more able to work instead of staying at home as mothers and wives, experts say.

Many countries already have lower birth rates than are necessary to sustain population sizes, including most of Europe, Russia, Canada and the US, Brazil, China and Australia. In the coming decades, older citizens in these countries will start to die at a faster rate than they are replaced and the populations will shrink.

FG gives school operators 12 days to meet Covid-19 guidelines as school reopening nears

The Federal Government has given school owners till July, 29 to meet specific guidelines for safe reopening of schools.

It said schools are expected to undertake self-assessment and send feedback to State Ministries of Education, not later than 29th July, 2020.

The government said an official date for safe reopening of schools will be announced once these guidelines are in place.

Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, stated these on Friday in Abuja.

Man beheads colleague after seeing his N13m account balance

A 29-year-old man has paid the supreme price for telling his friend about a heavy sum his South Africa based elder brother sent to him for the completion of his (elder brother’s) housing project back home in Nigeria.

Abuchi Wisdom Nwachukwu, was allegedly murdered by Moses, his friend and colleague, after informing the latter that his elder brother had sent him the sum of N13 million to complete his housing project.

Nwachukwu, a native of Isiala-Mbano, Imo State, was allegedly hacked to death by Moses on January 7, 2020, during a night shift at the table water company where they worked in Auchi, Edo State, after which he took possession of Nwachukwu’s phone and ATM card.

Akpabio threatens to take ex-NDDC MD, Joy Nunieh to court

The Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Senator Godswill Akpabio, has denied the sexual harassment allegation levelled against him by the former Acting Managing Director of the Interim Management Committee(IMC) of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) Mrs. Joy Nunieh.

He also threatened to sue Nuineh for alleged defamation of his character.

His Special Assistant on Media, Anietie Ekong, in a statement on Friday said the Minister has instructed his lawyers to seek legal redress over the defamatory statements by the former NDDC boss.

Ms Nunieh had in an interview raised a wide range of accusations against the Minister.

Kanye West Photoshops face onto Mount Rushmore as he continues US Presidency bid

Kanye West has Photoshopped his face onto the side of Mount Rushmore in the latest taste of what his presidency could look like.

The 43-year-old rapper, who announced he was running for the US presidency earlier this month, took to social media to show off the unusual design.

In the picture that he shared on Twitter, Kanye's face was imposed on the South Dakota sculpture next to George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln.

In the caption next to the image of the US landmark, he simply wrote “2020”.

Tamar Braxton rushed to hospital following a possible suicide attempt after she's found unresponsive

Tamar Braxton has been rushed to a hospital in Los Angeles after being found unresponsive in her hotel room.

The 43-year-old reality star was staying with boyfriend David Adefeso at the Ritz Carlton in downtown LA when he found her 'unresponsive'.

The Blast reported that David called 911 saying that Tamar had been drinking and had taken an unknown amount of prescription pills.

The site adds: 'Ambulances then arrived at the hotel and took her to the hospital. Sources have claimed that David believes that it was possible suicide attempt.'

47-year old man arrested for impregnating 16-year-old daughter in Rivers state

A 47-year-old man, Eromosele Mahmud, has been arrested by the police in Rivers State for allegedly impregnating his 16-year-old daughter after r3ping her for five years.

The suspect, a single parent and father of three from the Esako West Local Government Area of Edo State but resident in Port Harcourt, confessed to have been r3ping the vicitm since she was 12.

Eromosele, who claimed not to know what pushed him to the crime, pleaded that the two-month-old pregnancy of his daughter be nurtured till delivery, adding that he did not subscribe to abortion.

He confessed that his daughter started enjoying the incestuous affair and sometimes forced herself on him.

Donald Trump's niece who wrote a book blasting the president as a 'sociopath' demands his resignation

Mary Trump, the niece of President Donald Trump, has called on her uncle to resign from office as she breaks her silence after publishing a memoir describing him as a 'sociopath'.

'Resign,' Mary Trump responded when ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos asked her what message she would have for her uncle if she were in the Oval Office.

She said that, after being 'perverted' by the family's deep-seated 'issues,' her uncle was destined to become a man 'utterly incapable of leading this country, and it's dangerous to allow him to do so.'

'I saw firsthand what focusing on the wrong things, elevating the wrong people can do – the collateral damage that can be created by allowing somebody to live their lives without accountability,' she said. 'And it is striking to see that continuing now on a much grander scale.'

California couple plead guilty to paying $250K to get their daughter into elite Californian university in admissions fraud case

A couple pleaded guilty to bribing their daughter´s way into the University of Southern California as part of the college admissions cheating scheme.

Diane Blake and Todd Blake from Ross, California, appeared before a Boston federal court judge via video conference because of the coronavirus pandemic and admitted to participating in the bribery scheme involving wealthy parents and elite universities across the country.

Under their plea deals, Diane Blake has agreed to serve six weeks in prison, while Todd Blake has agreed to serve four months.

The judge said he will decide whether to accept the deals after considering the pre-sentencing report, a document that contains background on defendants and helps guide sentencing decision.

Meet the huge family of 14 which has quintuplets, triplet and two sets of twins

A couple who has quintuplets, triplets, and two sets of twins is chronicling what life is like with 14 children in TLC's new reality show Doubling Down with the Derricos.

Karen and Deon Derrico have had four sets of multiples back to back, all of whom were conceived naturally. The series, which debuts next month, kicks off with the couple getting ready to welcome triplets while raising their 11 eldest children, who range in age from two to 14.

'Having four sets of multiples back to back? It's like getting struck by lightning while getting struck by lightning,' Deon, 49, says in the trailer for the upcoming show, which premieres on August 11.

After welcoming their first two children, the couple had twins, quintuplets, and then a second set of twins.

Magu opens up on alleged N4b, N28m to Osinbajo, Falana

Ibrahim Magu, the suspended acting chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has opened up on the allegations that he gave N4 billion to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

Magu described the claim as false and a calculated attempt to tarnish Osinbajo’s hard-earned reputation

The suspended EFCC boss, who was freed from detention on Wednesday, equally denied giving the sum of N28 million to Femi Falana SAN, a human rights lawyer.

Magu spoke in a petition signed by his lawyer, Wahab Kunle Shittu and addressed to the Chairman of the Presidential Investigations Panel, Justice Isa Ayo Salami.

Two glamorous best friends accused of smuggling $3m worth of drugs into Australia burst into tears as they appeared handcuffed in court

Best friends who allegedly smuggled $3million worth of ice into Australia burst into tears as they appeared handcuffed in court.

Israh Chahine and Alexandra Karanfilovska, both 23, appeared at Central Local Court on Tuesday charged with importing commercial quantities of the drug.

The Australian Border Force tracked the pair's phones and intercepted the bust on May 6.

Police raided their Arncliffe homes, in Sydney's south, on May 13 and allegedly found food ration packages from the United States.

Woman is left heartbroken after her best friend of 20 years dumps her via a postcard

A heartbroken woman has shared her anguish after her best friend of 20 years dumped her through a postcard.

The Australian friends first met at the age of 17 when they both moved from their homes to a new town to study at university.

Over the next two decades, the pair were inseparable - navigating through their teens, 20s and 30s together as they ticked off every milestone.

After graduating from uni, the pair were housemates for years before their boyfriends and new careers 'disrupted' their living arrangements but not their friendship.

Ex personal security chief to Mark Zuckerberg is again accused of using racist and sexist language in the workplace

Facebook CEO's Mark Zuckerberg's former personal security chief has again been accused of racist and s3xist workplace conduct, a year after he stepped down in the face of similar claims.

Liam Booth, a former Secret Service agent who once served in President Barack Obama's personal protection detail, resigned from Zuckerberg's family office in 2019 following a probe into s3xual harassment and racism complaints.

Now, three former and current staffers at the secretive family office, called West Street, have leveled fresh claims against Booth in sworn statements reported by Business Insider.

A spokesperson for Zuckerberg said that an outside investigation had found nothing to substantiate the allegations, calling them the baseless claims of disgruntled ex-employees seeking a legal payday.

Gokada founder Fahim Saleh died of multiple stab wounds, medical examiner says

Fahim Salem, founder and CEO of Gokada, died of multiple stab wounds, New York City's medical examiner said on Thursday.

Saleh, 33, was found dead in his Manhattan's Lower East Side apartment earlier this week with his body dismembered.

An autopsy by the city's Office of the Chief Medical Examiner ruled that Saleh died as a result of stab wounds to the neck and torso and found his manner of death to be homicide, a spokesperson told CNN.

Authorities are still investigating Saleh's death. He was last seen in surveillance video getting into an elevator in his apartment building and a man dressed in all black -- who police believe is Saleh's assailant -- entering the elevator with him, according to the law enforcement official.

Sister wants death of Tolulope Arotile probed, as mother calls her a special child

Damilola Adegboye, the immediate elder sister of the late first female combat helicopter pilot in the history of Nigerian Air Force, Tolulope Arotile, has called for a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding her death.

Adegboye in an interview with The Punch on Thursday said the family is devastated by the untimely death wondering how the reverse of a vehicle could kill a person in such manner.

Arotile died as a result of head injuries sustained from a road traffic accident at NAF Base in Kaduna State.

Adegboye said, “We in the family are not convinced that Tolu can just die like that in a freak accident. I know that the military is well trained in the art of investigation, we want them to carry out a thorough investigation that can convince us beyond all doubts that the incident that led to her death was real.”

Hospital owner arrested for issuing thousands of fake negative Coronavirus test results

A Bangladesh hospital owner accused of issuing thousands of fake negative coronavirus test results to patients at his two clinics was arrested on Wednesday while trying to flee to India in a burqa, police said.

The arrest marked the end of a nine-day manhunt for Mohammad Shahed over allegations of issuing fake certificates to patients saying they were virus-free without even testing them.

Shahed, 42, was one of more than a dozen people detained by authorities over the past few days in connection with the scam.

Experts warn the false documents have worsened the already dire situation in the country of 168 million people by casting doubt about the veracity of certificates issued by clinics.

Two Enugu doctors arraigned for forgery, stealing dead colleague’s N1million

The Enugu Police Command on Thursday arraigned two consultant psychiatrists of the Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Enugu, before an Enugu State Magistrates’ Court for forgery and stealing.

The accused, McDonald Inechi and Kinsley Ugwuonye, were arraigned before Chief Magistrate S. O. Okolo, on four counts for allegedly stealing N700,000 belonging to Ozor Stephen, the next of kin of late Ozor Obinna, by forging Stephen’s signature.

The doctors were also accused of stealing N1,030,711 belonging to their colleague, late Obinna.

They pleaded not guilty to each of the four counts.