Date
November 26, 2019

Shocking! RCCG Youth Pastor Sentenced To Death By Hanging

A youth pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Akolade Arowolo, has been sentenced to die by hanging for the murder of his banker wife, Titilayo. Pastor Arowolo could not hold back his pains after the court ruling, he burst into a fit of prayer. Titilayo worked with Skye bank, whilst her husband was employed. Prosecutors were able to present compelling evidence that led to the conviction of Mr Arowolo and his sentencing by Justice Lateefat Okunu of the Ikeja High Court, he was handed a death sentence. Justice Okunu held in her over three hours judgment that evidence before the court proved that Arowolo actually murdered his [Read]

Nigerian student impregnates his female lecturer, school expels him

LAFIA – NEWS FLAKES NG gathers that a bachelor of computer science student, Kevin from the Federal University of Lafia (Fulafia) has been expelled from the higher learning institution, after sleeping with a lecturer and successfully impregnating her. The university disciplinary board is said to have received the disheartening news of the student impregnating his lecturer with acute shock, before deciding such a cruel penalty on the student. Kevin’s action which has since put the university in the limelight for immorality and promiscuous behaviour has not only watered down the dignity of the university, but also the integrity of the lecturers therein. A number of people have come out to [Read]

Meet father and son who graduated together from same college on same day

– Brandon Gathers and his father, Antonio, graduated from the South Carolina college on the same day – While the 49-year-old father got a masters in rehabilitation counselling, the 23-year-old son got his first degree in business management – Antonio’s son described his father as a perfect black father figure who is intelligent and God-fearing Brandon Gathers and his father, Antonio had a very memorable moment as they both graduated from the same school on the same day. According to Black News, the duo had graduation together despite the fact that the father was 26 years older than his son. The father, 49 years old, got his masters degree in [Read]

BREAKING: White House shutdown as plane enters restricted area

  Fresh report reaching NEWS FLAKES NG at PRESS TIME has it that the White House is currently on a lockdown after a plane entered restricted space on Tuesday, the CNN has reported. Fighter jets were mobilised immediately, and they scrambled over the unauthorised aircraft. The North Lawn of the White House has been since been cleared, and pedestrian traffic in the area restricted. NBC reports that North American Aerospace Defense Command has tasked aircraft to respond to the security alert. Reporters trying to enter have been told there is an ’emergency,’ tweeting that agents have locked everything down and begun blocking roads around the Capitol in Washington DC. Those [Read]

Witchcraft conference commences in UNN despite protests, records massive turnout

  ENUGU – Despite protest from different corners, the controversial conference on witchcraft began on Tuesday at the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), Enugu state. Enugu state is predominantly Christian. Witchcraft, including anything associated with it, is regarded as satanic by the majority of the people in the state. The management of the UNN attempted to force the organisers to cancel the conference because of pressure but it failed. A Nigerian journalist, Patrick Egwu, who is attending the two-day conference, said the venue has been shifted to a bigger hall – Princess Alexandra auditorium – because of the massive turnout of participants. Giving the account, Egwu said Participants stood up [Read]

Diezani May Join APC Soon, As EFCC Withdraws Corruption Charges Against The Former Oil Goddess

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has withdrawn a 14-count charge filed against a former Minister of Petroleum, Diezani Alison-Madueke, along with Ben Otti, Nnamdi Okonkwo, Stanley Lawson, Lanre Adesanya, and Dauda Lawal, all of whom are former Officials of commercial banks and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC. It was gathered that at the resumed hearing of the matter before Justice Muslim Hassan, of a Federal High Court, Lagos, the EFCC through its Lawyer, Rotimi Oyedepo, dropped the corruption charges against most of the accused persons, through an amended 4-count charge. The amended charge which borders on money laundering, only seeks to prosecute a former Executive Director of [Read]

Jonathan tackles Lamido, denies trading off Bayelsa to APC

  Former President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday said he did not trade off Bayelsa State to the All Progressives Congress. He stated that the allegations by a former Governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido, that he traded off Bayelsa State was incorrect and a blackmail. Jonathan spoke via a statement by his Media Adviser, Mr Ikechukwu Eze. Eze said it was not only in Bayelsa State that the country had experienced such a situation where Peoples Democratic Party or even the All Progressives Congress had lost elections to another party. He stated that holding Jonathan responsible for the PDP’s loss in Bayelsa without first investigating the issues that determined the [Read]

Edo Poly expels two students caught having sex Inside ‘lecture hall’

BENIN – In the wake of the ‘sextape scandal’ that rocked Babcock University and forced the institution to expel the student involved, another similar scenario has occurred at Edo State Polytechnic. Just like Babcock University who recently expelled its student filmed in a viral video having sex, the Edo State Polytechnic has also announced the expulsion of two students who were reportedly caught having sexual activity Inside a ‘lecture hall’. [READ ALSO] We’ve expelled students in viral sex video – Babcock Mgt See memo below below as obtained by NEWS FLAKES NG; [Read]

‘You go nowhere’ – Lagos police rescue man attempting to commit suicide

LAGOS – The Police in Lagos have rescued a man who attempted to commit suicide on the 3rd Mainland Bridge. According to a post on RRS’s twitter handle, the young man had climbed the bridge and was about to jump into the Lagoon when he was stopped. RRS officers on 3MB just prevented this man from jumping into the Lagoon. He was interviewed and sounded incoherent. He has been taken to Adekunle Police Station for his family to be contacted. #TheGoodGuys RRS officers on 3MB just prevented this man from jumping into the Lagoon. He was interviewed and sounded incoherent. He has been taken to Adekunle Police Station for his [Read]

Lagos shuts Christ Embassy, mosques, others over noise pollution

Officials of the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency, LASEPA, have shutdown Christ Embassy Church, Iyana Ipaja; churches, mosques, hotels and others over noise pollution. In all, 20 facilities were shut by the government on Saturday in its determination to curb the menace of environmental nuisance across the state and further restore sanity and orderliness. NEWS FLAKES NG gathers that the exercise, which cut across churches, mosques, hotels and nightclubs, included Water Parks at ikeja; West gate Louge, Omole, Magodo phase 1; Skylouge Bar, Oko Oba; Mallam Garba Mosque, Iloro; Dick Jockey outlets, Dopemu, Agege; Christ Embassy Church, Iyana ipaja and El Castillo Homes, Abule Egba. Others are Triple Z Hotel [Read]

Onazi Pays N1.5m for Ex-Nigerian Star Sani Emmanuel’s Surgery 

  Nigeria and Trabzonspor Midfielder, Ogenyi Onazi has supported his former teammate, Sani Emmanuel who is battling with a long-term injury with the sum of 1.5 million naira. Emmanuel, who won the best player at the 2009 FIFA Under 17 World Cup hosted by Nigeria has been forced to retire early from football as a result of injury. The 26-year-old took to social media for help, was assisted by Onazi who was also part of the Golden Eaglets side that finished second behind Switzerland at the 2009 World Cup paid the money to the doctor. Emmanuel who played for Israeli club, Beitar Jerusalem posted on Instagram saying he got a [Read]