Thursday, 31 December 2015

Erectile dysfunction 'linked to risk of early death'

Men who suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED) are 70 per cent more likely to die early, a new study has found. 
US scientists believe that the disorder may be linked to poor cardiovascular health, and suggested that men with ED should be screened for health issues that could cut their lives short. 

Graphic photo: Body of young lady allegedly murdered for money ritual found in Port Harcourt

According to PULSE.NG a young girl was brutally murdered for ritual purpose in Port harcourt. 
The quest for quick money and riches by many Nigerian youths have reached a high crescendo with the desperate means they go about it, ranging from stealing, robbery and kiling of fellow humans to make money. 

Chelsea paying Radamel Falcao over £3MILLION for having injury?

                                  Radamel Falcao appeals for a penalty after a challenge from Maarten Stekelenburg
According to UK MIRROR the club is facing the possibility of paying Radamel Falcao after 
the striker suffers another injury. 

The club were exploring the possibility of getting rid in January but the 29-year-old's latest injury could see them forced to pay his wages for the remainder of the year.

Friday, 27 November 2015

Joke of the day!!!

Spotted this on facebook and i think it's so funny...Lmao. where would your clock be and what will it be doing? I don laugh tire

Thursday, 26 November 2015

Two in court for allegedly gang-raping a 21-year-old lady

Two men, who allegedly gang-raped a 21-year-old lady on Thursday appeared before an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court. The accused are a trader, Adeniyi Gidado, 25, who lives at 5, Osanyinpeju St., Agege, Lagos and Simeon Nwaugo, 25, also a trader, who lives at 9, Akeem Boye St., Iju-Ishaga, near Lagos.

Teenager dies tragically after 'Twerking' on friend's car

Teenager dies tragically after 'Twerking' on friend's car
A teenager in Georgia died late Sunday after climbing onto the hood of a Jeep and falling off while twerking.
Alex Desalis, 16, died after he was seen riding and twerking unrestrained atop a moving vehicle.

52-yr-old man arrested for kidnapping, raping 14-yr-old boy

The suspect, Hassan Muhammad
Hassan Muhammad, a 52-year-old man based in Maje village on the outskirt of Suleja, Niger State, has been arrested by the State Police Command for allegedly abducting a 14-year-old boy and sodomising him for two months before he was rescued, Daily Trust reports.
The Sokoto State born Muhammad, a trader and father of seven, was first arrested by members of the Suleja Emirate Vigilante operating in the area before he handed over to the Suleja Police Area Command, where he was currently being held.

Obafemi Martins among four finalists for MLS Goal of the Year

Obafemi Martins striker for Seattle Sounders against the Colorado Rapids on April 18 has earned him a top four place in the MLS Goal of the Year awards.
The striker received a long ball from teammate and beat the defender with a back heel before curling a ball past the goalkeeper.

Senate probes N2.4bn NDDC project in Delta State

The Senate yesterday set machinery in motion to investigate the alleged failed N2.4billion project, which was said to have been awarded by Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) in Delta State in 2009.
Following a petition to this effect which the upper legislative chamber received, it yesterday directed its committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions, to investigate the project, which is a 2.3km Agbarho township road project in Delta State.

Adele's new album 25 is No.1 on iTunes in almost every country in the world

Map of Adele's No1 positions
We're deep into the territory of Adele fever now; the world's fallen at the singer's feet upon the release of her album, 25. 

A new map on Digital Spy illustrates exactly what a global success the album has become, with it currently sitting at #1 on the iTunes charts of 110 countries. For context, iTunes is available in 119 countries; the only places Adele's album isn't a chart-topper on the service include Kyrgyzstan, Niger, Anguilla, and Burkina-Faso. 

Teenagers climb dangerous bridge to take perfect selfie in the clouds

Teenagers climb dangerous bridge to take perfect selfie in the clouds
Two men were spotted climbing a dangerous and unfinished bridge to take a perfect selfie in the clouds.
The men have sparked a police inquiry after their dangerous antics were put online.
They climbed the unfinished Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, in Istanbul, Turkey which is 320m tall.

Youth 'Corper' strangles girlfriend over rival in Delta

Corps members passing out parade
jealous member of the National Youth Corps Service (NYSC) Batch ‘B’ member, Jeremiah Osewe, has been arrested for allegedly strangling his girlfriend, Stella Omorodion, a fellow corps member at the Issele-Uku Orientation Camp near Asaba, Delta State, after he found out that she was dating another man.

Manchester United star says he is 'half the player he can be' under manager Louis van Gaal

An anonymous Manchester United player has given an off-the-record briefing to a journalist, revealing that he is “half the player he can be” under manager Louis van Gaal.
The player, who was speaking to the Daily Telegraph’s Jason Burt under the condition of anonymity, believes that the Dutchman’s style of play is limiting him and his teammates.

18 killed in Boko Haram attack in Niger

Eighteen people were killed and 100 homes torched in an attack in the dead of night by Nigeria’s Boko Haram fighters on a village near southeastern Bosso, local authorities told AFP on Thursday.

Another Photo of the day!!!

Nassarawa state governor, Umaru Tanko Al-makura testing how bad the student mattress is at Government College in Keffi the state capital. lol

Check out this stunning Photos of Ini Edo

Very beautiful woman....I like.

Saudi Arabia to execute more than 50 convicted of terrorism

Saudi Arabia to execute more than 50 convicted of terrorism, local media say
Saudi Arabia plans to execute more than 50 people convicted of terrorism, two Saudi newspapers reported this week, in what appears to be a warning to would-be jihadists at a time of militant attacks on the kingdom.
Fifty-five people were awaiting execution for "terrorist crimes" that killed more than 100 civilians and 71 security personnel, the newspaper Okaz reported on Thursday, without specifying when the executions would occur.

Customs warn importers against trading in banned goods

The Nigeria Customs Service on Thursday warned importers against trading in goods banned by the Federal Government.
Malam Sani Madugu, the Area Controller, Federal Operations Unit, Zone ‘A’ Ikeja, gave the warning in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos.

Fire razes 118 shops in Jos market

A raging night inferno razed 118 shops at the Kabong market in Jos North on Thursday morning, the News Agency of Nigeria reports.
NAN correspondent, who visited the market, could not access the burnt section as some shops were still in flames.

APC may declare Yahaya Bello as Audu’s replacement

Yahaya bello
Ahead of the historic decision to be announced by the National Working Committee of the All Progressives Congress in Abuja today, strong indications have shown that Yahaya Bello may be declared as the candidate of the party ahead of the December 5 supplementary poll of the party.

FIFA donates 48 confiscated luxury watches to charity

Nearly 50 luxury watches confiscated from football officials who had received them as “gifts” ahead of the World Cup in Brazil have been donated to charity, FIFA’s ethics committee said Thursday.  The watches, estimated to be worth 25,000 Swiss francs ($24,400, 23,000 euros) apiece, were given to streetfootballworld, an international network of groups which uses football to help young people.

Senate gives Buhari 2-week ultimatum to end fuel scarcity

The Senate Committee on Petroleum (Downstream),has directed the Minister of Petroleum Resources,President Muhammadu Buhari, to end the ongoing fuel scarcity in the country within two weeks from now.
This came on the heels of disclosure by the Pipeline Products Marketing Company,PPMC,that Nigeria lost a whopping N50 billion in ten months as a result of vandalisation of petroleum pipeline in some parts of the country.

Northern Lawmakers kicks against birth control, says it is anti-Islam and a direct attack on their religious beliefs

A member of the lower chamber of the National Assembly, Babatunde Gabriel Kolawole on Tuesday, November 24, moved for the motion titled "Need for the federal government to curb population explosion in Nigeria." Kolawole in his arguement urged the Federal Government to come up with a policy to check the alarming rate of population growth and to educate Nigerians on the importance of family planning through the National Orientation Agency (NOA).

Olamide loses father

Olamide loses father
Top Nigerian rapper Olamide has just lost his father.

Olamide who released his fifth album 'Eyan Mayweather' on November 23, 2015, just announced that his father is dead.

Union Bank of Nigeria appoints Cyril Odu as its new chairman

Mr Cyril Odu
Following the resignation of Sen. Udoma Udo Udoma, theUnion Bank of Nigeria has announced Mr Cyril Odu as its new chairman.
Prior to Odu’s appointment, he was the chairman of the bank’s Risk Management Committee. He holds a Bachelor degree in geology from the University of Ibadan and an MBA from Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas.

China's first womb transplant: Mother donates uterus to her daughter

History was made in China on November 20, as the county's first womb transplant was carried out successfully on a 22-year-old woman with a uterus donated by her mother. According to a statement by the Xijing Hospital which is affiliated to the Fourth Military Medical University, the transplanted organ had been accepted by the recipient and she was recovering well after the successful surgery.

Emir of Kano emerges as new chancellor

The Emir of Kano
The Emir of Kano, Emir Muhammadu Sanusi II (born: Sanusi Lamido Sanusi), has reportedly taken a seat as the Chancellor of University of Benin.
According to reports, witnesses spotted the Emir's car at the University yesterday, 25th November.
The installation was held at the Akin Deko Auditorium in the University. The Emir will now be the 9th Chancellor of the University of Benin, Edo State. More photo after the cut...

China wins $1.6 bln railway contract in Europe

A China Railway Group led consortium has won a contract to build a section of a railway linking Hungary’s Budapest with Serbia’s Belgrade. The Hungary-based project is China’s first high-speed rail win in the European Union. It’s worth some 10 billion yuan or 1.6 billion US dollars.

Anonymous group takes down Isis website, replaces it with Viagra ad and message to calm down

A group associated with Anonymous has hacked into an Isis supporting website, replacing it with a message to calm down alongside an advert for an online pharmacy.
Isis sites have been moving onto the dark web in an attempt not to be discovered. But a hacking group called Ghost Sec, which is related to Anonymous, took the site down and replaced it with a message telling readers that there was “Too Much ISIS”.

S. Korea professor forces student to eat faeces

A South Korean court on Thursday jailed a university professor for 12 years for forcing a student to eat human faeces and drink urine during a two-year period of physical and psychological assault.
The sentence was two years more than had been demanded by prosecutors, reflecting, the court said, “unimaginable atrocities” committed by the 52-year-old professor that had amounted “to a sort of psychological murder”.

City watchdog fined Barclays £72 million in biggest ever UK fine of its type

Barclays Bank homepage is displayed on a computer screen
Banking giant Barclays has been fined £72 million by the City watchdog for failing to handle potential financial crime risks relating to a £1.88 billion transaction for ultra high-net-worth clients.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said the clients were "politically exposed persons" and should have been subject to extra checks and monitoring.

The FCA found Barclays used a lower level of due diligence and did not follow standard policies, and accused the bank of seeking to take on the clients as quickly as possible to make £52.3 million in revenues and of keeping the deal confidential.

Russian helicopter carrying oil workers crashes in Siberia killing 10 people

A Russian helicopter carrying oil workers has crashed killing 10 of the 25 people on board, it has been reported.
The Mi-8 helicopter took off from Igarka in the Krasnoyarsk region of Siberia and crashed about a mile away along the banks of the Yenisei River.

Chris Brown share 2,000 bags of Turkey with the homeless for Thanksgiving

Chris Brown shares on Thanksgiving
Chris Brown was up to something good this Thanksgiving and perhaps 2,000 homes benefitted from that 'goodness'!
The pop superstar was seen at the back of a truck in South Jamaica on Wednesday, November 25 handing over bags of Turkey to homeless people there.

Man jailed for breaking into asylum and stealing human brains to sell on Ebay for Halloween

A man has been jailed after breaking into a former lunatic asylum and stealing jars of brains to sell on Facebook as Halloween decorations.
David Charles, 23, was sentenced to four years in jail after admitting stealing human tissue from the Indiana Medical History Museum.

Buhari to visit Lagos Nov. 27 for the commissioning of 3 helicopters purchased by LASG for security mgt

President Buhari will on Friday November 27th visit Lagos state for the formal commissioning of three helicopters, patrol vehicles, power bikes and other security gadgets acquired by Governor Ambode-led administration to beef up security in the state through the Rapid Response Squad.

In a press release issued by the State's Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Steve Ayorinde, President Buhari will be the special guest of honour at the ceremony which will hold at the Lagos House, Alausa in Ikeja.

Photo of the day!!!

As seen in Ibadan... A guy using padlock to open a bottle of wine in a bar. My Ibadan people i hail

Prof. Garba wins prize for typhoid vaccine research

Prof. Samuel Garba of Federal University of Technology, Minna, will on Thursday receive the Outstanding Medical Research Prize 2015. The International Institute for Training, Research and Economic Development (IITRED), announced this in a statement in Abuja on Wednesday.
The statement by Dr Sani Dawop, IITRED’s President, explained that Garba’s entry on “Development and Production of Typhoid Fever Vaccine’’ was adjudged best in the category of Outstanding Medical Researches.

160 IDP women, girls to benefit from UNFPA’s skills programme

IDPs Adamawa
A TOTAL of one hundred and sixty women are to benefit from a skill acquisition programme supported by the United Nation’s Population Fund (UNFPA) in twage-appropriatesplace Persons (IDP) camps, officials have said.
Known as UNFPA supported Safe Space, the programme was established in Malkohi and NYSC IDP Camps to provide enabling environment for women and girls to interact and access culturally sensitive and age appropriate sexual and reproductive health information and GBV services (counselling, psychosocial support and referral).

Firm trains 12 indigenes on shipbuilding in Romania

AS part of measures to encourage human capacity development in the maritime sector, C&I leasing plc recently sponsored 12 Nigerians for a six weeks training in shipbuilding at Damen shipyard, Romania.
Speaking at a pre-departure ceremony, the Technical Assistant to the Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Jeff Tuatongha said the move was part of measures to encourage national capacity development, particularly in the marine sector.

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Pope Francis arrives in Kenya(Photos)

Pope Francis arrived Kenya for his state visit this afternoon and was received by Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta, his wife, Reverend Fathers and other top government functionaries. See more photos after the cut...

Husband storms church,demand for the money his wife paid as tithe

An angry husband stormed a church service demanding his Sh200,000 loan that his wife gave as tithe for prayers against demons in a local church last Sunday.Mr. Geoffrey Odhiambo said his wife took the money, for which a bank used his car as collateral, and gave it to the church, without his consent.According to the  wife,she gave the money as “tithe for prayers as there were evil spirits and devils in her house”.

France Pledges Support For Nigeria To Combat Terrorism

France Pledges Support For Nigeria To Combat Terrorism
The Director, Military Intelligence of the Republic of France, General Christophe Gomert, declared his country’s unwavering support to Nigeria on Wednesday at a meeting with Nigerian government officials in the nation’s capital city, Abuja.
General Gomert said the fight against global terrorism could be won through effective collaboration between the two countries.

Lagos state Governor's monitoring team arrests traffic violators

Lagos State Governor’s Monitoring Team arrests vehicles for violating traffic rules and other related offences, on Wednesday, November 25. This was sent as a press statement, hopefully, one day they will send us photos of them arresting those hoodlums who rob people in traffic.

Tunisia declares 30-day state of emergency

Where an explosion struck a bus carrying members of the presidential guard in the capital Tunis. At least 12 people were killed and 20 wounded. It’s the third major attack in the country this year.

Army recovers 1,000 cattle from rustlers in Niger state

No fewer than one thousand (1000) cattle were recovered from cattle rustlers in Zungeru, by men of the Operation Sharan Daji of the 31 FAB Artillery Brigade of the Nigerian Army, in Niger state.
Peoples Daily gathered that the group of rustlers was arrested around Zungeru in Wushishi local government area of the state when they were intercepted on Monday by the army where they recovered the cattle from them.

Will Smith Reveals The Secret Of His 20 Years With Jada Pinkett

Will Smith said that persistence and self-improvement have been the keys to his marriage to wife Jada Pinkett Smith.
The superstar actor, asked by ET what the secret of the successful Hollywood union is, said, “We’ve been married 20 years and we’ve been asking ourselves that, and really, at the end of the day, it’s just not quitting.”

Dignitaries at the burial of HID Awolowo in Ikenne (Photos)

Alhaji Aliko Dangote arriving Ikenne for the burial of HID Awolowo
More photos after the cut.....

Newborn with umbilical cord abandoned in New York Church

American police said on Wednesday that a newborn with his umbilical cord still attached was found lying in a manger at a New York Church.
The New York police spokesman disclosed that at Holy Child Jesus Church in the borough of Queens on Monday, the custodian found the crying infant wrapped in towel in the indoor nativity scene he had set up just before his lunch break.

Elephants kill 350 Indians every year, says study

Elephants at Jos park: Government plans a N2b make over
An Indian government study published on Wednesday in New Delhi said at least 350 people were killed in that country each year by elephants.
The study, which was carried out by the Association of Indian Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians, also stated that crops covering about 13,000 hectares of land were damaged by elephants in 2013 and 2014.