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Tuesday, April 2, 2019


Nigerian South South Europe based hits maker has drop another mind blowing song with the title "Pride".
The popular Iwinukpo & Shurroty crooner decides to educate the world with this meaningful song "Pride" Pride comes before fall.

The singer said lot of people has been denied of their helper cos they lack humbleness, they claim what they are not in the presence of their helper, Etc.....

Production Credit Goes To "Spurz Tunez" M&M by "Don Vs"


Download , Listen , Enjoy this song and thank me later.

Photo: Six-week-old baby snatched from his mother outside Shoprite Center, South Africa

Police have launched manhunt for a suspect who snatched a six-week-old baby from his mother outside the Shoprite Centre in Pretorius Street, Mokopane CBD, South Africa.

Police Captain Marcus Mofya, who confirmed the incident said the baby boy was snatched from the mother outside the Shoprite Center while she was buying food at a spaza shop.

Reports suggest the baby snatcher disappeared into the taxi rank in the vicinity of the Shoprite Centre.

“The case is still under investigation and we are following up on all the clues we have. Anyone with information that can lead to the arrest of the suspect and reunite the baby with her family, should urgently contact Captain Richard Boshomane at 079 894 5501; Captain Marcus Mofya at 082 565 8277/015 4091400; the crime stop number 0860010111; the crime line SMS 32211 or the nearest police station." Mofya added.

Video: Angry dad storms Nigerian private university to flog his son for allegedly scamming him of N800k

An angry Dad stormed a private university in Nigeria yesterday to flog his son for allegedly scamming him. According to reports, the student lied to his father that he needed money, about N800k, to sought some school issues.

He collected the money and never did as he said. His father found out, stormed the school and gave him serious beating.

Watch video below.

77-year-old woman bags degree from UNILAG

A 77-year-old female retiree was among the 1,008 students of the Faculty of Education, University of Lagos, that bagged a degree at the institution’s 2017/2018 Convocation Ceremonies which held today April 2nd.

The retiree, who refused to mention her name to journalists, said that the achievement was her dream come true. According to her, she did not want to sit at home after her retirement, hence her choice to pursue a first degree.

“I studied guidance and counselling and I am most grateful to God Almighty who made me to see this day. I will not like my name to be mentioned because I know where I am coming from and what I am protecting. I am a retired officer. I have worked in a lot of countries around the world and also in Nigeria, where I finally retired,’’ she told journalists.

The retiree who was visibly elated, said

“You know when you retire like that, you will not want to stay at home and be dying slowly. Education has no limit. It is from cradle to death in order for one to add value to the society''.

Wife’s ‘hair shaved off by husband’ after she refused to dance for his friends

A man has been charged to court for attacking his wife, stripping her naked and beating her with a pole before shaving her head.

Asma Aziz, 22, a mother-of-three, posted a video of herself crying online. She had bruises on her face and her hair was shaved off as she begged the public for help. She claimed she was attacked and humiliated by her husband - Mian Faisal - and his friends because she had refused to dance for them.

Her husband, Mian Faisal, and an employee of his, appeared at the Model Town Courts in Lahore, Pakistan, on Monday, after four days on remand.

Judicial Magistrate Shahid Zia has now ordered Faisal to remain in custody to await a medical report on his alleged victim’s injuries.

Asma was present at Monday’s hearing along with her lawyers, where she urged the court to bring her husband to justice.

Asma and Faisal before the attack

She said Faisal had frequently forced her to dance for his friends previously, but this time she said no, so he and his friends ripped her clothes off before she was pinned down while her husband shaved her head then set it on fire.

She said in the footage: "They (my husband and his friend) undressed and beat me with a pipe.

"My clothes were bloody. I was bound by a pipe and hung from the fan. He threatened to hang me naked."

Faisal said he was ready to face the court’s judgement but demanded his side of the story be heard.

He said: "You [the media] have been advocates for Asma for the past one week — give an hour to me and listen to what I have to say. I will accept any punishment I am given."

Asma says that Faisal was kind and loving when they first got married four years ago, but after just six months she noticed his behaviour beginning to change. She claims he began to beat her after drinking alcohol and often invited his friends for parties at their house.

Asma also alleges that when she went to police, officers refused to register her claim because she could not pay a bribe, saying on camera she felt her only option was to ask the public for help.

Shireen Mazari, the Minister for Human Rights in Prime Minister Imran Khan’s cabinet, wrote on Twitter that his office had taken notice and ordered the arrest of two men – Asma’s husband Mian Faisal and his employee Rashid Ali.

Punjab police spokesperson Nabila Ghazanfar told ARY News that a high-level investigation has been opened to look into the incident, pending which the victim has been put under police protection.

The results of Asma’s medical examination, seen by DawnNewsTV, reportedly show that she had multiple bruises on her left arm, bruises and swelling on both cheeks, a cut on her hand, redness and watering in her left eye, and had suffered dizziness and vomiting.

Amnesty International South Asia last week tweeted that while it is ‘glad that strong and swift action’ was taken against Asma’s alleged attackers, it was dismayed at the "alarming rise in reported cases of violence against women".

Below is a video of Asma sending out a cry for help.

Nigerian police force reacts to reports of '30 people' getting kidnapped along Abuja-Kaduna expressway

The Kaduna State Police command has reacted to media reports that over 30 people were kidnapped along Abuja-Kaduna expressway yesterday.

'The attention of the Kaduna Police Command has been drawn to a fake story going round on social media to the effect that about thirty (30) people have been kidnapped along Abuja-Kaduna expressway yesterday and their vehicles abandoned by the road side' the command tweeted.

Adding that, 'the Command wishes to unequivocally refute the story as fake fictitiously fabricated by some unpatriotic elements to create panic in the minds of unsuspecting citizens who ply the road for their legitimate businesses'.

Photos: President Buhari attends Inauguration ceremony of President Macky Sall of Senegal

On Tuesday, President Buhari attended the inauguration ceremony of President Macky Sall of Senegal in Dakar.

Other Nigerian dignitaries present at the occasion include, AfDB President Dr Akinwunmi Adesina and MD Sahara Power Group Mr Kola Adesina, MD Sahara Power Group Mr Kola Adesina and Chairman Heirs Holding Tony Elumelu.

See more photos below....

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