Date
December 5, 2019

Another Premier League Manager, Marco Silva Shown The Exit Door

  Everton manager, Marco Silva has become the latest victim of the sacking wave in the English Premier League as he has been relieved after 18 months, with the club in the Premier League relegation zone after their Merseyside derby humiliation. Wednesday’s 5-2 defeat by Liverpool at Anfield was their ninth of the season and leaves them 18th in the Premier League after three successive losses. Silva, who took charge in May 2018, won 24 and lost 24 of his 60 games. Everton are now searching for their fourth permanent boss since Roberto Martinez was sacked in May 2016. Former Everton manager David Moyes has been considered as a potential [Read]

JUST IN: DSS releases Sowore after 126 days in detention over #RevolutionNow

  Fresh report reaching NEWS FLAKES NG at PRESS TIME has it that the Department of State Services (DSS) has released Omoyele, convener of RevolutionNow Movement, who has been in detention since August 3. A DSS source disclosed this to TheCable on Thursday night. Marshall Abubakar, one of the lawyers of Sowore, later confirmed the development. “He has been released. I am with him as we speak,” he told TheCable over the phone. More to follow… [Read]

Five Ways To Last Longer During Sex [A MUST READ]

Sex is great and very pleasing when you get to last long, satisfy your partner and enjoy the moment. These days, so many men suffer from premature ejaculation due to intake and daily activities which most times leads to not being able to enjoy sex with their partners, not being able to satisfy their women and leaving the women susceptible to cheating. Sex isn’t the only thing that makes a relationship work but it brings intimacy and great connection between couples. Your interest in satisfying your partner reduces their chances of cheating. Men get to reach orgasm quicker than women so as a man, you don’t need to be satisfied [Read]

LOL! Farmer Paints Dog Like Tiger to Scare Away Monkeys And It Worked [PHOTOS]

Srikant Gowda, a farmer from Karnataka’s Shivamogga region, recently made the news after it was reported that he used hair dye to paint his watchdog in the characteristic stripes of a tiger in the hopes that the disguise would help the dog drive away the monkeys ravaging his crops. The Indian farmer told reporters that he got the idea four years ago when he visited Uttara Kannada and encountered a farmer in Bhatkal who was using a fake tiger doll to scare away monkeys. It seemed silly, but he tried himself and was surprised to see that it actually worked. However, he was convinced that the toy tiger wouldn’t fool [Read]

“Please don’t handcuff me in public” – Uzor Kalu begs prison officials

Former Governor of Abia State, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu, who bagged 12 years in prison for fraud to the tune of N7.65bn, was heard begging the prison warders, after his sentencing, not to handcuff him in public. Kalu, who is the Senate Chief Whip, also asked the prison officials “Where are you taking us to?” The PUNCH reports that, as Kalu and his co-defendants were being removed from the dock by prison officials, they attempted to handcuff him.   The former governor, who appeared shaken, said, “Where are you taking us to now? Please, don’t handcuff me. I will follow you.” [READ ALSO] Orji Kalu to spend 12yrs in jail for [Read]

Orji Kalu to spend 12yrs in jail for fraud, money laundering, says court

A Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday sentenced a former Governor of Abia, Orji Kalu, to 12 years imprisonment for N7.2 billion fraud and money laundering. The court convicted Kalu, now a senator, on all the 39 counts preferred against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission charge. Kalu was charged alongside a former Commissioner for Finance, in the state Jones Udeogu, and his company, Slok Nig. Ltd. [READ ALSO] “Please don’t handcuff me in public” – Uzor Kalu begs prison officials While Kalu and his company were found guilty of all the 39 counts, Udeogu was convicted on 34 counts and sentenced to 10 years imprisonment. The court [Read]

Anxiety As Another Pipeline Explosion Hit Lagos

  A pipeline explosion has occurred at Gloryland Estate, Isheri Olofin area of Lagos on Thursday morning. Residents lamented that the incident is the third from the area. A video of the explosion shared on Facebook showed smoke of fire billowing heavily. Residents are in panic mood as they await the arrival of Lagos Emergency team. Officials of the Lagos State Emergency Management Authority, LASEMA and the fire service are yet to arrive in the area to curtail the inferno. [Read]

Court Orders Saraki, Akpabio, Fayemi, Others To Return Pensions Received As Former-Governors

  Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the Federal Government to recover pensions collected by former governors serving as ministers and members of the National Assembly. The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) said it obtained the certified true copy of the judgment on Tuesday delivered by Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo. The judgment was, however, read out last week following order of mandamus filed by SERAP in suit number FHC/L/CS/1497/2017. The court also directed the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, to challenge the legality of states’ pension laws permitting former governors and other ex-public officials to collect such pensions. The judgment comes in the [Read]

Customs intercepts Smugglers Concealing Jerry Cans Of Fuel In Caskets

A Joint Special Taskforce comprising of officers and men, of Ogun I Command, Federal Operation Unit Zone “A” and CGC’s Strike Force have intercepted 13 Jerry cans of 25 litres and six Jerry cans of 10 litres of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) concealed in two caskets. This is according to a statement by the Public Relations Officer Abdullahi Maiwada signed on behalf of Customs Area Controller, Ogun I Area Command. The statement reads, “In continuation of the fight against smuggling, a Joint Special Taskforce comprising of Officers and Men, of Ogun I Command, Federal Operation Unit Zone “A” and CGC’s Strike Force intercepted 13 Jerry cans of 25 litres and [Read]

My Commissioners’ list will be ready before Christmas – Gov Abiodun

Barring last-minute changes, the long-awaited list of would-be commissioners, special advisers, board members and members of statutory bodies in Ogun State would be released before Christmas. Non-appointment of commissioners and aides has become a source of worry to some residents of the state. While some believe that Governor Dapo Abiodun has always been meticulous, even with his private business, others believe it is the court case instituted against him by the Allied Peoples Movement (APM) that was holding the appointments. APM told The Guardian that the court case instituted against the governor by its governorship candidate, Mr. Adekunle Akinlade, was responsible for non-appointment of cabinet members. According to the opposition [Read]