Date
October 17, 2018

Aishat Alhassan removes all her donated Properties from Taraba APC secretariat, says party “doesn’t deserve anything of mine” READ MORE

  – Removes Rugs, Tables, Computers She Bought For Party Secretariat Aisha Alhassan, Nigeria’s former Minister of Women Affairs, has retrieved items she donated to the All Progressives Congress (APC) secretariat in Taraba State. Following her resignation from the party after she was disqualified from contesting for the state governorship ticket on the platform of the APC, ‘Mama Taraba’, as she is popularly known, removed rugs, computer systems, tables, among other items from the state secretariat, insisting that “APC doesn’t deserve anything of mine”. Condemning the development when he spoke to NAN on Wednesday, Aaron Artimas, APC Publicity Secretary in the state, said: “We find this development shameful, unfortunately it [Read]

40% Of My Cabinet Will Be Women, Youths, says Atiku – READ MORE

  Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar says women and youths will occupy at least 40 per cent of his cabinet if elected president. He made the pledge in a series of tweets on Wednesday, four months to the general elections in 2019. Atiku, who is the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), faulted President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress (APC) government for the economic status of the nation. According to him, Nigeria has become the world headquarters for “extreme poverty”. The former vice president, however, explained that the way out of poverty was to empower women and youths in the country. He recalled that during his [Read]

BREAKING: Senate Asks CBN To Suspend ATM Card Maintenance Charges

  The Senate has urged the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to look into the suspension of the Automated Teller Machine (ATM) maintenance and withdrawal charges by banks. This was after a motion on “illicit and excessive charges by Nigerian banks in customers accounts” was raised by Senator Gbenga Ashafa during the plenary session on Wednesday. The lawmakers urged CBN to suspend the ATM card maintenance charges being deducted from customers accounts, just as they called on the CBN to instruct the commercial banks to configure their machines to extend to N40,000 per withdrawal, pending the outcome of the investigation by the committees. [Read]

Police Arrest Eight Suspects With 11 Human Skulls -READ MORE

  ABUJA – The Nigeria Police Force has arrested eight suspects with eleven human skulls, bones and powdered material suspected to be grinded bones. Force PRO, Jimoh Moshood in a statement, said the arrests were made after several complaints received at the ‘D’ Divisional Police Headquarters, Adewole, Ilorin Kwara State on cases of missing persons, kidnapping, murder, killings for rituals, and exhuming of dead bodies from where buried, removing of human skull and other human parts of their victims. He noted that “the Inspector General of Police on receipt of the Situation Report from the Kwara State Police Command, immediately directed the IGP Monitoring Unit to proceed to Kwara State [Read]

Drama, rowdy session in Senate over sitting arrangement as Saraki stops Akpabio

  ABUJA- FOR more than twenty- five minutes Wednesday, the Senate plenary was held amidst rowdiness over sitting arrangement. NEWS FLAKES NG gathers that trouble started when the former Senate Minority leader, Senator Godswill Akpabio, All Progressives Congress, APC, Akwa Ibom North West called for recognition to speak, but the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki refused him on the grounds that he cannot speak, using another Senator’s microphone to speak. According to Saraki, Akpabio can also not speak from a seat where there was no Microphone. Akpabio stood up to speak shortly after the Chairman, Senate Committee on Gas, Senator Bassey Albert Akpan, Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Akwa Ibom North [Read]

SHOCKING: Woman sues bed suppliers after falling-off bed, got paralyzed during love making – CLICK TO READ MORE

  A woman, who have been left paralysed after been “catapulted” from her super king bed during love making, have sued the bed suppliers for £1m compensation. NEWS FLAKES NG gathers that Claire Busby suffered a serious spinal injury after she fell from the super king-size double divan whilst changing positions. The 46-year-old was kneeling in the middle of the bed performing a sex act on her partner when she decided to change positions. Claire told the High Court this is when the bed gave way and she fell off and landed on her head. READ ALSO: SHOCKING: Edo Speaker Raises Alarm Over Influx Of Sex Workers In Benin – READ [Read]

Anthony Joshua celebrates his 29th birthday in grand style (SEE PHOTOS)

  – Anthony Joshua celebrates as he clocks 29 – The professional boxer is currently a unified heavyweight world champion Professional British-Nigerian boxer Anthony Oluwafemi Joshua has celebrated his birthday on Monday, October 15. The professional boxer turned 29 and he was spotted celebrating his new age with friends. In a video shared on the boxer’s Instagram story, he could be heard saying ‘one life’ as he received cheers from friends celebrating the big 29 with him. READ ALSO: GIST: I will marry Genevieve Nnaji if – Ruth Eze, Actress NEWS FLAKES NG gathers that Joshua was also spotted celebrating with a beautiful chocolate cake filled with yummy chocolate delights. The [Read]

See Photo of Journalist That Exposed Ganduje’s $5M Bribe while in Governor’s office

  Pictured is the governor of Kano state, Umar Ganduje and Jaafar Jaafar, an investigative journalist and publisher of DailyNigerian online platform, who exposed and released videos of the governor purportedly receiving bribe to the tune of $5 million after he was caught on a spy camera. This was when the going was good between the governor and the journalist as he was hosted at the Kano state government house. Two videos released – captured show governor Ganduje, receiving part of $5m bribe from a contractor and stuffing them in his pockets. The first video was released to the public on Sunday while the second, on Monday. The money was [Read]