Saturday, September 26, 2020

26-year old man clubs father to death in Anambra.. buries him in a shallow grave [photos]

Officers of Umunze division of Anambra Police Command, working with members of the local vigilance group in the early hours of Saturday arrested a 26-year-old man, Chisom Ogum, for allegedly clubbing his father to death and burying him in a shallow grave.

The suspect narrowly escaped being lynched to death by an angry mob who beat him to stupor at Umuomaku Community in Orumba South LGA of Anambra State where he committed the grievous crime.

Ogum allegedly ran amok in circumstances yet to be ascertained and in the process, attacked and killed his 70 years old father, Christopher Ogum with a shovel.

America fines BMW $18million for inflating sales figures

German automaker BMW has been slammed with an $18 million fine for allegedly inflating its sales figures while raising billions of dollars from investors.

The Munich-based company’s North American unit inflated US sales numbers from 2015 to 2019 to close the gap between its actual performance and internal targets, the Securities and Exchange Commission said.

The scheme involved a “bank” of unreported vehicle sales that BMW of North America used to meet its monthly goals regardless of when the sales actually occurred, officials alleged. The luxury automaker also paid dealers to inaccurately label cars “loaners” or “demonstrators” so it could falsely claim they had been sold to customers, authorities said.

Kano demolishes 130 houses at Hajj camp [Photos]

At least, 130 houses at the Kano Main Hajj Camp Quarters have been demolished by the Kano State Government to give way for a befitting Hajj Operational Center.

The demolishing exercise was carried out by the Kano Road Traffic Agency, KAROTA.

The Managing Director of KAROTA, Alhaji Baffa Babba Danagundi-led taskforce team was received by anguished from residents of the area.

Baffa Danagundi said for the last three years, government issued a notice to the occupants of the houses who were tenants, but remained adamant.

Ekiti health workers begin 7-day warning strike on Monday

 Ekiti State chapter of the Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) is to commence a seven-day warning strike on Monday to press home its demand for payment of its members’ outstanding benefits.

The stay-at-home directive is contained in a letter the union addressed to Prof. Kayode Olabanji, Chief Medical Director, Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital.

The letter dated Sept. 25 was signed by Chairmen of the National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives (NANNM), Comrade C.K. Monde, and Nigeria Union of Allied Health Professionals (NUAHP), Comrade O.O. Farotimi.

The other signatories are Chairmen of Medical and Health Workers’ Union of Nigeria (MHWUN), Comrade A.M. Olaiya, and Senior Staff Association (SSA), Comrade T. Arigbede.

Three dead as truck falls into Epe River in Lagos

Three people have been confirmed dead as a truck fell into the Epe River from Berger Bridge late Friday night.

As at Friday night, the number of people in the six tyres truck were uncertain as rescue officials could do nothing this Saturday morning.

Dr Femi Oke-Osanyintolu, Director General, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, LASEMA, had said the Agency received information late last night of an accident involving a Volvo tipper that fell off the Berger bridge in Epe into the Epe river.

“Upon arrival at the scene of incident, it was discovered that the six (6) Tyre Truck was loaded with Sand .The number of people in the truck was unknown.

Man, 72, in Police net for defiling 7-year-old girl in Ogun

Operatives of the Ogun State Command of the Nigerian Police have arrested a 72-year-old man, Ishola OLATUNJI, for forcefully having unlawful carnal knowledge of a seven old girl (name withheld).

A statement by the command spokesman, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, disclosed that the suspect was arrested on the 22nd of September 2020.

The suspect, according to the statement was arrested following a report by the mother of the victim who reported at Iperu Police station that she went out only for her to return and found her daughter feeling uncomfortable.

“When she made an enquiry from the little girl, she explained to her that it was the old man who lured her into his room and forcefully had s e.x with her”.

BBNaija: Neo is not the person for me, he can’t handle my fame ― Vee tells Laycon


Big Brother Naija Lockdown housemate, Vee last night, complained bitterly to Laycon about her supposed boyfriend in the house, Neo.

The two lovers, last night were caught fighting again and Vee told Laycon that Neo cannot handle her fame after the house, suggesting that both of them should go their separate ways.

He wouldn’t be able to handle the fame and attention I’ll get outside,” she said.

“If Neo wants to be happy I am not the person for him and if I want to be happy, he is not the person for me.

Model with 'weird' unibrow says she loves it despite getting backlash for it and says she won't stop

A model who grew a unibrow to embrace a more “unique” style says she’s been harassed online and has even lost work because of it.

“I get mocked mostly on social media sites like TikTok because of my look. People are constantly telling me that I would be ‘pretty’ if I shaved the unibrow,” Haylee Michalski, 22, said. “Some will just [send me] the razor emoji.”

Things first got hairy after Michalski moved from Charleston, North Carolina to New York City in the summer of 2019 and decided to start rocking a more natural look, she said.

Fed up with spending hours plucking, she opted for the Frida Kahlo-style fashion statement, which earned her plenty of compliments in Gotham, she said.

78-year old Grandma apprehends intruder, holds him at gunpoint until police arrived

A shotgun-toting Washington State grandma stopped a would-be home intruder in his tracks and held him until police arrived.

The granny, who only gave her first name, Sandy, said that a man was trying to break into her home.

She knew something was wrong when her dog started barking, she said. When she went to see what was going on, she and the suspect briefly stared each other down.

Then he tried to get away.

Protests, anger as gunmen strike again in Plateau, kill five

Gunmen suspected to be Fulani herdsmen struck again on Thursday, killing five persons in Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State.

Last Monday, gunmen invaded the Foron District of Barakin-Ladi Local Government Area of the state, killing the District Head, Da Bulus Chuwang Jang. Also the rampaging gunmen on Tuesday attacked a mining site in the Riyom Council area and injured nine miners.

City Round gathered that the gunmen numbering about 20 stormed a drinking joint on Thursday at about 10:45 pm at Gwol village in K/Vom, Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State and shot five people dead while one person sustained injuries.

Baba Fryo cries out on Instagram for help

Baba Fryo with real names as Friday Igwe, has cried out for help from family and friends including three state governments.

He made the cry for help on instagram saying he is going through serious depression.

Crying for a hand of help from his family, and the government, the ''dem go dey'' pose crooner wrote;

‘I’m having a serious depression.

“Igweh family, friends , Delta state government, Lagos and Rivers government save me.”

How yahoo boys’ are migrating to rural communities to run from the long arm of EFCC

They are young men who live their lives on the fast lane. They love the good things of life but lack the legitimate means to acquire them. Rather than seek legitimate means of fulfilling their fantasies, they took to cybercrimes, defrauding unsuspecting individuals and organisations until they recently came under the radar of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

The onslaught by operatives of the anti-corruption agency has since dislodged these young persons from their bases in the urban centres to various rural communities, particularly in the Southwest to escape EFCC’s searchlight.

It was gathered that many remote settlements in Lagos, Oyo, Osun, Ondo, Ekiti and Ogun states are now hosts to fleeing internet fraudsters. They include communities like Ikotun, Ojodu-Berger, Alagbado, Abule Egba, Badagry, Ijanikin, Oto-Awori, Lambe, Matogun, Giwa, Oke Aro, Ajuwon, Akute, Ifo, Ewekoro, Ilaro, Ijebu Ode, Sagamu, Ilisan Remo, Itele, Atan, Ogbomoso, Oshogbo, Ado Ekiti, and Akure, safe havens where some of the embattled fraudsters are now recruiting young school leavers into their syndicates.

UFC: Nigerian-born, Isreal Aesanyan issues strong warning to Paulo Costa ahead of fight

Nigerian-born UFC middleweight champion, Israel Adesanya, has issued a warning to his opponent, Paulo Costa, ahead of their fight at the Yas Fight Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on Sunday.

The 31-year-old, who has won 19 professional MMA fights and recorded no loss, said he would unleash himself like Jet Li on Costa, adding that if he grabs the neck of the Brazilian, he would never let go of it.

Adesanya will be gunning for his 20th win against Costa, who is unbeaten in his 13 career MMA fights.

“I know Costa is weak from cutting weight,” Adesanya said at the pre-fight press conference.

Father weeps as autopsy reveals Rivers artiste died of gunshot complications

The Rivers State Police Command said a 20-year-old up-and-coming artiste, Daniel Ikeaguchi (aka Sleek), died of gunshot complications following an autopsy conducted on his corpse.

A consultant pathologist for the state police command, Musa Stevens, told journalists that the autopsy was conducted at the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital.

He said a missile object consistent with a metallic bullet was found in the deceased’s body.

Stevens further said he saw a penetrating wound on the back of the late artiste, noting that he (Ikeaguchi) died of complications from the injuries he sustained.

#RevolutionNow group holds worldwide protest October 1

The Coalition for Revolution codenamed #RevolutionNow has called on the President to resign immediately even as it announced a worldwide protest scheduled for October 1, 2020.

It subsequently called on Nigerians to come out en masse to protest bad governance. 

A statement by the group read in part, “The Coalition for Revolution is calling on all Nigerians at home and in the Diaspora to come out en masse on, October 1, and participate in a massive peaceful protest to demand the reversal of anti-people policies implemented by the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration.

My bum is too big to be hidden, Nkechi fires back at those who say she flaunts it for attention

Popular actress, Nkechi Blessing, has fired back at those who say she flaunts her bum for attention.

According to the actress, her bum is big and she wonders why anyone will say she flaunts it for attention. She says even the bling can feel its big, lol.

She said; “People who think I flaunt my sexual appeal for popularity are very wrong. I cannot hide my bum. It is big and everybody can see it. Even the blind can feel it. Why would anyone think I’m flaunting it for attention?”

Another fire STRUCK in Kogi barely 2 days after one killed 23

Barely two days after a tanker fire burnt 23 people to death in Kogi State, another fire tragedy struck the state again in the late hours of Friday.

A multi-million naira electronic plaza in Lokoja, the state capital identified as Peelinks was completely razed by fire.

Reportedly, the electronic plaza was gutted by fire around 11:50 pm on Friday as residents were helpless to the situation.

The said building is only a stone throw away from the office of the Federal Fire Service, yet there was no help from the firefighters.

Togo Prime Minister Komi Selom Klassou RESIGNS

Togo’s prime minister and his government have resigned, the West African nation’s presidency said late Friday.

President Faure Gnassingbe congratulated prime minister Komi Selom Klassou and his team for their “economic, political and social efforts and the encouraging results despite the health crisis around the world”, a statement on the presidency’s official website said. 

Togo has been due for a political reshuffle since Gnassingbe was reelected in February for a fourth term in office, but changes were delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.  

The president’s election win, which came after a constitutional change allowing him to run, extended more than a half-century of dynastic rule over the former French colony by the Gnassingbe family.

Footballer's wife attempts to MURDER him after he filed for divorce over her alleged cheating

Turkish football WAG Yagmur Asik has been accused of plotting to have her husband murdered by a $1.2 million hitman, according to reports.

Yagmur, 27, married ex-Turkey international Emre Asik in 2012, with the couple since having three children together. But after Yagmur was accused of having an affair, Asik, 46, began the process of filing for divorce.

Turkish paper Hurriyet, however, claims Yagmur subsequently decided to have her husband murdered.

In documents claimed to have been taken from the public prosecutor’s office, Yagmur’s lover Erdi Sungur alleges that she initially tried to get him to commit the killing before instead turning to a paid assassin.

First man cured of HIV infection down with terminal cancer

Timothy Ray Brown, the first person known to have been cured of HIV infection, says he is now terminally ill from a recurrence of the cancer that prompted his historic treatment 12 years ago.

Brown, dubbed “the Berlin patient” because of where he lived at the time, had a transplant from a donor with a rare, natural resistance to the AIDS virus. For years, that was thought to have cured his leukemia and his HIV infection and he still shows no signs of HIV.

But in an interview with the Associated Press, Brown said his cancer returned last year and has spread widely. He’s receiving hospice care where he now lives in Palm Springs, California.

“I’m still glad that I had it,” Brown said of his transplant.

Hotel Rwanda ‘hero’ admits forming armed group behind attacks

Paul Rusesabagina, the polarising hero of the hit movie “Hotel Rwanda,” admitted to a Kigali court on Friday that he had helped form an armed group but denied any role in its crimes.

Rusesabagina is famed for his depiction by Don Cheadle in the 2004 film in which a moderate Hutu is shown as saving hundreds of lives at a luxury hotel during the 1994 genocide, which left some 800,000, mostly Tutsi, dead.

However, a more complex image has emerged of the staunch government critic since he appeared in Kigali under arrest in mysterious circumstances last month, after years living in exile in Belgium and the United States.

Strike: Be at work Monday, Head of Service advises workers

Dr Folasade Yemi-Esan, Head of the Civil Service of the Federation ( HOCSF) has advised civil servants from level 12 and above, essential duty officers to be at work on Monday.

Yemi-Esan, who gave the advice in a circular issued on Friday in Abuja, said government was engaging with the union officials over the planned industrial action.

The circular reads in part; “Sequel to the Labour Unions for workers to embark on industrial action from Monday Sept. 28.

“The HOCSF wishes to inform all public servants that the Federal Government team is currently engaging with the labour unions to resolving all contentious issues and avert the planned industrial actions,” she said.

Man stabs sister to death for spilling his secrets

Residents of Nakulabye Zone 5, a Kampala city suburb in Uganda, have been engulfed with shock after a man allegedly stabbed his sister to death.

The Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire has identified the suspect as Ashim Kyomuhendo, 28, a resident of the same area.

Owoyesigyire said Kyomuhendo allegedly stabbed and killed his sister Aminah Namara, 20, during an argument at around 4am, on Thursday morning. 

It is purported that Namara visited her brother a month ago and they have been staying together at his home.

ASUU wants end to ongoing strike, seeks stakeholders intervention

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ‎Kano University of Science and Technology, Wudil, (ASUU-KUST), has on Friday solicited for the intervention of stakeholders to wade in and prevail on the Federal Government to fulfil its promises to end the lingering strike.

The union appealed to parents, students, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and other stakeholders to prevail on the Federal Government to fulfil its promises in addressing the issues at stake and expedite renegotiation to end the lingering strike by university lecturers.

They made the call in a statement jointly signed by its Chairman, Muhammad Gaya and Secretary, Murtala Muhammad, respectively and made available to newsmen in Kano on Friday.‎.‎

According to them, “The Federal Government recently introduced Integrated Public Pay Information System (IPPIS) which undermines university autonomy and grossly incompatible with the university system.‎

How I now relate with Mayorkun – Mum, Toyin Adewale reveals

Veteran Nollywood Yoruba actress, Toyin Adewale, has opened up on how she now relates with her son Mayorkun.

Toyin Adewale in a chat with City People also disclosed why she never supported her son initially for going into the music industry and why she still monitors him daily, despite his fame and age.

“It makes me proud and I am happy about it, I never knew Mayowa will go into music. He used to be a junior choir master while in the choir, but never knew he would go this far, because he has always been a very quiet, easy-going person. He is not a loud guy, but you know God’s ways are not our ways, so when he started, I became very happy and proud of him.

Initially I was very afraid, I didn’t even give him my blessing, I said I have been in the entertainment industry for long and I know what it entails, so I didn’t support. It was his father who said Toyin, let’s give him a chance, he studied banking in school.

BBNaija: Dorathy might win the N85m because she’s likeable and sweet ― Laycon

Big Brother Naija housemate and finalist, Laycon has given reason why he thinks Dorathy may emerge winner of the ‘lockdown edition.

When asked who could emerge, winner of the show, Laycon said he thinks Dorathy might win.

The singer said, “I feel Dorathy might win because she is likeable and sweet.

“She has a warm and welcoming personality. There is no reason not to like her.”

Shocker! Terrorists kill 3 soldiers, 8 policemen, 4 others on Zulum’s convoy

Jihadist fighters linked to the Islamic State group on Friday killed 15 security personnel in an ambush on the convoy of a governor in restive northeast Nigeria, three security said.

Sources told AFP that eight policemen, three soldiers, and four members of a government-backed militia were killed in the attack on vehicles carrying Borno governor Babagana Umara Zulum near the town of Baga on the shores of Lake Chad.

The insurgents opened fire with machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades as the convoy was passing through a village close to the headquarters of the Multinational Joint Task Force, a military coalition of troops from Nigeria, Niger, Chad and Cameroon.

“The governor escaped unhurt but 15 security men on the convoy were killed in a fierce battle with the terrorists”, one source said.

Friday, September 25, 2020

Married Argentine MP suspended for kissing girlfriend's breast during virtual congress session

A married Argentinian MP has resigned after cavorting with his girlfriend during a virtual session of congress -- pulling down her top to kiss her newly enhanced breast.

Juan Emilio Ameri, 47, shocked fellow lawmakers by sitting through parts of the on-camera session being played on a giant screen in parliament with a woman on his lap, snuggling her as he pulled her close.

In bawdy scenes that quickly went viral, he then stared at her breasts and pulled down the right side of her vest to expose, and kiss, one.

House president Sergio Massa interrupted the session to report “a serious offense,” and the disgraced lawmaker from the northeastern province of Salta was immediately suspended for 180 days.

Study warns face shields do not help prevent the spread of coronavirus

A new study has warned that plastic shields don’t work, and can actually allow airborne coronavirus droplets to escape.

Researchers from the Riken Centre in Japan, have performed a simulation using Fugaku - the world’s fastest supercomputer.

The simulation found that almost 100% of airborne droplets of less than 5 micrometers in size escaped through plastic visor, while 50% of larger droplets found their way into the air.

Speaking to media, Makoto Tsubokura, team leader, said: “Judging from the results of the simulation, unfortunately the effectiveness of face guards in preventing droplets from spreading from an infected person’s mouth is limited compared with masks.

Alleged dehumanisation of Delta hotel staff: IGP steps in

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Mohammed Adamu, has assured of intensified investigations into the alleged dehumanising treatment of staff of Signatious Hotel in Warri, Delta.

In a statement by the Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Frank Mba, Adamu said he has ordered immediate commencement of discrete investigations into the matter.

“The IGP, while noting that the Delta State Police Command has since commenced discrete investigations into the matter with appreciable progress made, assures that justice will prevail no matter whose ox is gored,” the statement read.

Four staff were allegedly stripped naked by proprietor of the hotel, who is a former Minister, over missing N5, 000 last Friday.

Mom and baby die after ex-husband poisoned her and she unknowingly breast fed their baby

A mum and her baby have died after her estranged husband allegedly poisoned her food and the tot drank the toxins through her breast milk.

Josieli Lopes, 36, breast fed her son after eating meat which is claimed to have been poisoned by her estranged husband who plotted to kill her when he discovered she had a lover she was planning to move in with.

The estranged husband, who has not been named, was supposed to move out of their apartment in the seaside resort city of Itapema, Brazil, but he is said to have decided to kill her when he discovered her affair.

2 killed, many injured as truck rams into venue of wedding ceremony in Delta

Tragedy struck at Umeh community, Isoko South Local Government Area, Delta State, yesterday, as a truck rammed into the venue of a traditional marriage ceremony, killing two persons and leaving several others with various degrees of injuries.

It was gathered that the truck was supplying blocks to a location in the community why the driver suddenly lost control of the vehicle and veered into one of the canopies where guests were already seated.

An eyewitness who craved anonymity said: “the ceremony was about to kick off when the incident occurred. The groom narrowly escaped death because someone standing close to him dragged him away from the oncoming vehicle.

“The incident caused pandemonium in the community because everyone was confused. The driver of the vehicle abandoned it and fled to an unknown destination.

'Humiliated' black barrister mistaken for defendant three times in one day

The acting head of the UK's court service has apologised after a black barrister was mistaken for a defendant three times in one day.

Alexandra Wilson, a criminal and family lawyer, tweeted that she was "absolutely exhausted" after staff repeatedly treated her as a suspected criminal.

Her tweets quickly went viral, drawing accusations of racism within the court system.

Kevin Sadler, the acting chief executive of Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service apologised to Ms Wilson and said it was "totally unacceptable behaviour" and he would be investigating the role of his staff in the incident.

How German police amputated criminal's hands and sent to Britain for fingerprinting

German police amputated a criminal's hands and sent them to Britain as "fingerprint samples", a policing minister has said.

Thankfully, Kit Malthouse said the incident occurred in the "early days of fingerprinting".

But he said the hands are still stored in a jar of formaldehyde in the Metropolitan Police's crime museum.

He told the grisly anecdote as MPs debated the Forensic Science Regulator and Biometrics Strategy Bill.

Obaseki will NOT return to APC, Wike assures

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, says Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State, who was recently re-elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, is free to return to the All Progressives Congress if he feels the PDP is not working for him.

Wike, however, said the Edo State governor must never forget that he was given an umbrella when he was left in the rain.

The Rivers State governor said this on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily programme on Friday.

When asked what he would do if Obaseki left the PDP, Wike said, “I don’t want to discuss something that is not going to be possible. However, assuming it happens, so what? That is politics.

Lecturer suspended for allegedly impregnating student

A Senior Lecturer, Dr. Rowland Uchechukwu Igwe of the Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rivers State, has been suspended.

The Management of the Ignatius Ajuru University of Education (IAUE) said it placed Dr. Rowland Uchechukwu Igwe of the Department of Sociology on an Indefinite suspension for alleged sexual assault.

Vice Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Ozo-Mekuri Ndimele stated that, “Igwe’s suspension is hinged on an allegation of serial intimidation, sexual harassment and undue canal knowledge of a female undergraduate which resulted in her being impregnated and suffering health complications.”

Judiciary workers promises to join planned NLC's Monday strike

Judiciary workers, under the aegis of Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria, have said they would shut down courts nationwide on Monday in compliance with the directive by the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union to embark on strike

The NLC and the TUC had jointly declared the industrial action to press for the reversal of the recent hike in petrol pump price and electricity tariff.

The President of JUSUN, Marwan Adamu, told Punch today that as an affiliate of NLC, the union of judiciary workers was bound by the umbrella body’s directive to Nigerian workers to proceed on strike from Monday.

Police parade 17 teachers, supervisors, Principal for WAEC Exam Malpractices

The Police at Force headquarters on Friday paraded 17 suspects including School Principals, Teachers and Supervisors who were caught engaging in examination malpractices during the last West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) in the country.

The 17 suspects were arrested from Kano, Bauchi, Nasarawa and Rivers states while other suspects nabbed for similar malpractices in Delta, Enugu and Lagos states have been prosecuted in competent courts.

Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Frank Mba who paraded the suspects disclosed that their arrest was made possible with the cooperation of the West African Examination Council.

Mba said, “WAEC has begun massive collaboration and partnership with the Nigerian Police Force designed to strengthen integrity and wipe out all kinds of examination malpractices.

UK to seize $39 million from lawyer who helped James Ibori

The United Kingdom authorities on Thursday moved to seize more than $39 million from a convicted lawyer who it said helped James Ibori laundered government funds.

Ibori, a former governor of Delta State for eight years, was convicted by a UK court in 2012 after pleading guilty to fraud and money laundering. He was extradited from the United Arab Emirates to Britain in 2011 and was convicted in 2012 and jailed for 13 years.

Bhadresh Gohil, who helped him siphoned money was also convicted in 2010 on a 13-count charge of money laundering and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. 

The judge who convicted Gohil described him as the “architect” of the scheme, adding that “it’s said the real villains are in Nigeria, but this fraud required special expertise and you lent yourself to it.”

Jude Okoye celebrates his daughter, Eleanor as she turns 3

Music executive, Jude Okoye's second daughter, Eleanor Okoye is 3 today. The proud father of two took social media to share these beautiful photos of his daughter to celebrate her on her special day.

Captioning the photos, he wrote;

''Hurryayyyyy! Our girl is 3 today. Happy birthday Chisom Eleanor Okoye. May His abundant Grace be upon you as always. Mommy and Daddy love youuuuuuuu!.''

BBNaija: Lucy and Praise’s cozy photo sparks relationship rumour

Ex-BBNaija housemates, Lucy and Praise have sparked relationship rumour over a photo she shared on social media.

Lucy and Praise shared some beautiful moments together in the house before they exited the show a few weeks ago. A photo she shared on social media has raised eyebrows as some fans believe the two are continuing their closeness outside the house.

In the photo, Praise could be seen in close contact with Lucy, while she holds on to her glass of juice. Captioning the moment, she wrote “Sometimes, just chill with friends and drink juice”

“None of my ex have been able to replace me”, Teebillz boasts

Tiwa Savage's ex, Teebillz, has taken to his Instagram page to brag about how all his ex’s has not been able to settle down with a man after they broke up.

Teebillz shared a photo of himself with the caption; “None of my ex have been able to replace me! That’s God’s flex #LibraGang

Messi slams Barcelona over Suarez exit

Lionel Messi in an emotional message has expressed disgust on how Barcelona handled Luis Suarez exit from the club.

Suarez, Barcelona’s third time top scorer was shown the exit by Barcelona and new head coach, Ronald Koeman as the club tries to rebuild.

The Uruguayan has now joined Atlético Madrid.

He was supposed to go on a free transfer. But Barcelona extracted a fee of €6 million from Atletico .

Princess Eugenie is pregnant with her first child

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are expecting their first child in the new year, Buckingham Palace has announced. 

The couple, who married at St George's Chapel in October 2018, will be having a baby in early 2021. 

The baby will be a first grandchild for Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, and a ninth great-grandchild for the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh. 

A spokesman for Buckingham Palace said: "Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank are very pleased to announce that they are expecting a baby in early 2021.

Demi Lovato and fiance split, call off 2-month engagement

Demi Lovato is giving her heart a break. The singer and her fiancé, Max Ehrich, have called it quits on their six-month relationship and two-month engagement, Us Weekly confirms.

“The relationship has ended,” a source close to Lovato says.

Us Weekly broke the news in late March that the “I Love Me” singer, 28, was dating the Young and the Restless alum, 29, after her fling with model Austin Wilson.

 They confirmed their romance in May by slow dancing in Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber’s “Stuck With U” music video; the couple filmed their cameo while quarantined together amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Just In: APC suspends Governor Fayemi

Ekiti State Executive Committee of All Progressives Congress, APC, has suspended Governor Kayode Fayemi.

A statement by the party on Friday said the governor was suspended due to “his numerous anti-party activities, especially his role in the recently concluded governorship election in Edo State, which is contrary to the provisions of Article 21 (A) (ii) of the APC Constitution.”

APC said five days before the Edo election, Fayemi hosted Mr. Femi Fani- Kayode, a Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, chieftain, in Ado Ekiti and planned a coup against Edo APC.

A second allegation against Governor Fayemi was that he played a role in the governorship election in Oyo State and supported the PDP candidate to defeat the APC candidate.