Date
September 25, 2019

Woman flees as 60-year-old lover dies during sex in Lagos

LAGOS – There was pandemonium at River Bank Hotel in Ijora-Badia area of Lagos State as a 60-year-old man, Raji Adio, died while having sex with his lover who fled the facility after making the discovery.  The woman disappeared from the hotel premises before the cleaner, John Chuks could alert his co-workers after he saw her running. The hotel manager who left the premises to attend a morning devotion at the Revelation Church opposite the hotel was quickly alerted before the incident was reported to the police. The manager stated, “Both Adio and the woman were regular customers, so on the day of the incident, they both came around 8am [Read]

REVEALED! Why President Buhari Redeployed Me – Keyamo

Erstwhile Minister of State for Niger Delta Affairs, Festus Keyamo (SAN), has said that his redeployment from the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs to the Ministry of Labour and Employment was evidence of his versatility. He thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for the redeployment, saying it was proof of his ability to do many different things. [READ ALSO] BREAKING: Buhari redeploys Keyamo to Ministry of Labour Taking to his verified Twitter handle @fkeyamo on Tuesday night, Keyamo had tweeted: ON THE MOVE AGAIN: TWO PORTFOLIOS IN TWO MONTHS! Just been redeployed to the Ministry of Labour and Employment to work with my long-time big brother, H.E, Chris Ngige. Thank you, Mr. President [Read]

Police To Arraign Journalist, Agba Jalingo After 34 Days In Detention

CALABAR – After 34 days of detention the Nigerian Police is now set  to arraign journalist and rights activist, Agba Jalingo on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at the Federal High Court in Calabar. Jalingo, who is the publisher of online news portal, CrossRiverWatch.com, was arrested at his Lagos residence on August 22, 2019, and was forced to embark on a 25 hour journey by road to Calabar where he has remained in detention with different individuals and groups calling for his release. Agba Jalingo’s lawyer, James Ibor, told journalists that the police have secured Wednesday as a day to arraign him before the court after 34 days. “I have been [Read]

Ghana Arrests Three Suspected ‘coup’ Plotters, As Plan To Overthrow Govt Fails

ACCRA – Ghana’s security forces have arrested at least three suspects over an alleged plot to destabilise the government, the information minister said. “The joint operation was to neutralise an elaborate plot targeted at the presidency, and with the ultimate aim of destabilising the country,” Kojo Oppong Nkrumah said in a statement Monday. He said those arrested last Friday included a medical doctor whose premises –- Citadel Hospital, in the capital, Accra — were being used to manufacture weapons for the alleged plot. The security agencies had been monitoring the activities of the suspects including their contacts with some soldiers over the past 15 months, he said. “We also have [Read]

Doctor detains patient, car over N480,000 childbirth bill

A nursing mother, Peace, and her husband, Uche Onu, have dragged a medical practitioner, Dr Alfred Nwoyeocha, before Justice Hannatu Balogun of the Kaduna State High Court over her detention due to her family’s inability to settle the N480,000 allegedly incurred during childbirth through caesarean section. The couple is demanding N32m from the doctor and the Maneks Hospital Limited for alleged negligence, confiscation of peace’s car valued N4.6m and for carrying out illegal surgery on her without her consent. Nwoyeocha and his medical facility were named as the first and second defendants, respectively. But in his statement of defence filed by his lawyer, Valentine Ajibo, the doctor denied most of [Read]