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Friday, October 5, 2018

Nigerian stylist returns 600,000 Naira mistakenly sent to him after battle with his conscience

A Nigerian stylist has told of how he returned money mistakenly sent to his account, after a tough battle with his conscience.

Mide Kelvin wrote:

while watching a Champions league match last night, I received a 600k credit alert from someone I didn’t know. I had raging thoughts and couldn’t even concentrate on the match again but decided to stay mute.

So, baba started planning on how to sort some unfinished projects with someone else’s money in my head but my conscience wouldn’t stop pricking me. Having checked google and facebook all to no avail for the sender’s information; i received a call later this evening.

Alas! It was an old client who I made outfits for in the abroad who reached out to me that her husband mistakenly credited me instead of a carpenter.

Long story short, i refunded her complete money. Nobody holy pass but God sees my heart, I’m at peace with myself.

Cheyyyyyy ?

4-year-old boy witnesses his mother being shot and killed

A 4-year-old child is believed to have witnessed his mother being shot and killed.

According to Houston police, the child saw his mom killed in an apparent murder-suicide at a motel in west Houston.

Officials say the boy went down to the lobby around 12:30 a.m. and told the hotel staff his mother had been shot by a man. His mother, 23-year-old Brittany Smith, died instantly from gunshot wounds.

A security guard went to the room on the third floor to investigate and when he got no response, he opened the door to find the woman and a man both dead from gunshot wounds.

Police are not identifying the suspected killer, but says that they believe that he was "known" to Brittany.

The boy was not injured, however he was transported to the hospital as a precaution since he was upset.

Smith and a man she had had a relationship with had been fighting over the phone for the past few weeks, according to family members. Smith's family members said the man was a Marine who unexpectedly arrived in Houston from California on Tuesday night.

Liberian man accuses Nigerian senator of brutalizing him after he asked for his pay, shows photo of his injuries

A Liberian man has accused a Nigerian senator of physical assault.

Nana Doe claims he worked for Erhiawarie Eferakeya, a Delta State Senator, but he wasn't paid for his six months of service.

He claims that when he asked for his pay, he was brutally beaten.

He wrote on Facebook:

R work for dis man for 6 month he didn't pay me,when I ask for my money he sent boys on me,because I'm form Liberia ,I will not do anything to him,he can even kill me noting will come out of it .he was a senator in Delta state Nigeria ,his name is Erhiawarie Eferakeya

Photos: Traditional wedding of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome's daughter to her Ghanaian fiance

Sharon Oyakhilome, one of the daughters of popular pastor, Chris Oyakhilome, has gotten married traditionally to her Ghanaian fiance, Phillip Frimpong.

Members of Christ Embassy, including popular singer Sinach, were present at the lavish affair which held today.

More photos below.

Harrysong and Sososoberekon shade their former label, Five Star Music on Instagram

Former Five Star Music artist, Harrysong, and Former Five Star Music manager, Sososoberekon took to Instagram to shade the record label owned by singer, Kcee.

Sharing photos of himself on a private jet, Soso wrote; 'Your star can be five but greed can turn it to one.'

Harrysong took to the comment section of the said post and wrote; Greed, pride & lies killed the star .

Recall that Kcee and Harrysong fell out sometime in 2016, while Soso who managed Kcee, Harrysong and other Five star artists announced his exit from the label in June 2017.

will you rock this outfit to your baby-shower?

Ladies get in here, will you rock this outfit to your baby-shower?

'There'll be no extension to the deadlines' - INEC issues powerful statement ahead of the 2019 general elections

This morning, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, issued a statement reminding all political parties across the country, that October 7 remains the deadline for the conduct of primaries for all elective positions for the 2019 general elections, and resolution of disputes emanating from the primaries.

The statement signed by Solomon Soyebi, the INEC National Commissioner and Chairman, Information and Voter Education Committee stated that: “the resolution was made at the end of the Commission’s weekly meeting, held on Thursday, in Abuja.’’

He added that 89 of the 91 registered political parties that gave notices of their intention to conduct primaries as required by the Electoral Act 2010 (as amended), had commenced, and were at various stages of the process.

“INEC wishes to restate that the conduct of primaries and resolution of all disputes arising from it, must be concluded on or before October 7, as earlier published on the Timetable and Schedule of Activities for the 2019 general elections.

The last day for submission of lists of sponsored candidates (Form CFOO2) and personal particulars (Form CF001), remains October 18 for Presidential and National Assembly, and November 2 for Governorship and State Houses of Assembly”.

Soyebi restated that the Commission would only accept list of candidates submitted by the National Chairman and the National Secretary.

Check out interesting photos from a Paris gay wedding

A gay couple recently tied the knot in Paris and one of them wore a unique outfit for the occasion.

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