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  • 2019 Raving act, Zlatan is out with another year starter jam titled “Quilox” The song is produced by Mansa Jabulani and his always go-to producer, Rexxie. However, the song named after popular clubhouse Quilox in Lagos will be Zlatan debut single under his own label imprint “Zanku Records“.
  • MOVES Recordings serial hit-maker, Naira Marley has released a new project called “LOL”(Lord Of Lamba) EP. Consequently, Naira Marley’s new record “LOL” (Lord Of Lamba) EP houses 6-tracks with guest appearances from Young John, Mayorkun and C Blvck. Production credit from serial hitmakers such asRexxie, Killertunes and Studio Magic.

Friday, February 21, 2020

Shops destroyed as fire guts Jabi motor park, Abuja


There was a fire outbreak at the popular Jabi motor park in Abuja today February 21.

Some shops within the motor park were burnt, as well as goods worth thousands of Naira. The cause of the fire outbreak is yet unknown.

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Shops destroyed as fire guts Jabi motor park, AbujaShops destroyed as fire guts Jabi motor park, Abuja

Serving Kano Commissioner arrested by EFCC for N76m Fraud


Kano State's Commissioner of Special Duties, Mr Mukhtar Ishaq has been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over allegations of fraud. 

Ishaq was arrested on Thursday February 20 for diverting money meant for Kano Municipal Local Government while he was its chairman. He was also accused of ordering the deduction of N30,000 from the account of each council member without justification.

The statement added; 

“Mukhtar’s trouble followed a petition which states that while he was Chairman, Kano Municipal, he allegedly diverted N76,000,000 only which was meant for projects, development and empowerment of the people."

Pastor dies in his sleep during deliverance trip


A Pastor, Richard Ifeanyi Obi, was today found dead in his room in No. 5 Onuorah Street Amaenyi, AwkaAnambra State.
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The G.O of The Revelation of Christ Healing, Deliverance and Prophetic Ministry for All Nation, had traveled down from WarriDelta state to conduct prayers for a family when the incident took place.?
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Confirming the report, police spokesperson, Haruna Mohammed, said: “One Ikechukwu Uchendu ‘m’ of No. 5 Onuorah Street Amaenyi Awka reported at the Central Police Station Awka that one Pastor Richard Ifeanyi Obi ‘m’ who came from Warri to perform family prayers in his house, was found lying lifeless in the room he slept.
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Following the report, Police detectives attached to CPS Awka visited the scene and rushed him to the hospital where he was certified dead by the medical doctor. Corpse deposited at Amaku hospital mortuary for autopsy.”

Oluwo of Iwo suspended for six months


The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi, has been suspended for six months by the Osun State Traditional Rulers’ Council.

The monarch was suspended over his alleged attack on the Agbowu of Ogbagbaa, Oba Dhirulahi Akinropo during a peace meeting to resolve a land tussle among monarchs on February 14th. The council also set up a committee headed by Orangun of Ila, Oba Wahab Adedotun, to further investigate issues involving Oluwo and Obas in Iwo land.

The royal fathers at their emergency meeting held at the Osun State Government Secretariat, Abere, which was presided over by Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, arrived at the decision to suspend the Oluwo.

Nollywood loses another veteran


Nollywood actor and production manager, Frank Dallas, is dead. .
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He died on Wednesday February 19, 2020, in his hotel room in Abia State while attending a summit.

#EFCC Staff Jailed for Stealing Exhibits


Justice S.C Amadi of the Rivers State High Court, Port Harcourt, on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 convicted and sentenced Hussaini Abubakar, a former staff of EFCC to one year imprisonment with N150,000 option of fine, for stealing.
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The defendant was arraigned by the EFCC, Port Harcourt Zonal Office on a three-count charge, bordering on stealing.
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Count One of the charge reads: "That you, Hussaina Abubakar, in 2017 at Port Harcourt in the Port Harcourt Judicial Division did fraudulently steal an exhibit from the Forensic Section of EFCC, an exhibit which you knew was recovered in the course of investigation to wit: .
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One Lenevo S60-A (daul sim) with serial number: HBOGOHAQ with IME slot number: 1-866059026043140, worth N18,000 (Eighteen Thousand Naira), belonging to one Chuku Nelson Nyegam and thereby committed an offence."
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The defendant pleaded guilty to all the charges.

#UNILAG lecturer bags 21 years in jail for raping his friend’s daughter


Dr Afeez Baruwa, a part-time lecturer at the University of LagosAkoka, has been sentenced to 21- year imprisonment for raping an 17-year-old girl admission seeker.
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Justice  Oyefeso of an Ikeja  High Court, while sentencing him on Thursday said: “the prosecution has proven his case beyond a reasonable doubt. I found him guilty of the charge.
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I cannot begin to imagine the emotional trauma of the girl. The convict offended his family, the victim, the society and God. Baruwa, I hereby sentenced you to 21 years imprisonment Maximum, this is my judgment.”
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The convict was as a community leader at Abesan and a project supervisor at the Distant Learning Institution (DLI) of the university from 2010 to 2015.
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He had said that the father of the complainant, also a community leader where they both lived, was known to him and had approached him to aid his daughter to gain admission into the institution.
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The lecturer raped the teenager at 9.25a.m. on July 23, 2015, in Room 8, at the Faculty of Business Administration Annex building of the University of Lagoswhen she was there to make arrangements for her admission. .
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However, while defending himself, he said the sex was consensual. He revealed that he was asleep but was woken up by the complainant who, he claimed, was fondling him.
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“Her hands were all over me and I woke up and I looked at her. By then, she had already removed the buttons of her blouse and I did suck her breasts. She moved her hands toward my penis. I told her to be conscious of the students that were outside.
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She threatened to shout and create a scene if I refuse to have sex with her. My lord, I was scared because I noticed the desperation in her. I left her in the office and went downstairs to look for a condom. .
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When I returned, she had already removed her jean trousers; that was how we had sex. About 10 to 15 minutes later, she told me that she was okay.I teased her that she was self-centred because I was yet to release.”

[Music] Qaniola - Dream Chaser





The fast-rising artiste Qaniola kicks off the year with a new song titled Dream Chaser.
The banging song was produced and mixed by Lebs Beatz.

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Thursday, February 20, 2020

Zinoleesky Ft. Naira Marley – Caro

Zinoleesky‘s much anticipated single “Caro” Featuring his label boss, Naira Marley is out now.
Marlian Music new signee will be starting his 2020 on a good note with this song “Caro” produced by popular music producer, Rexxie.
Being his debut single under Marlian Music, Zinoleesky’s future in the music industry seems to be safe and secured as this jam will blow your minds.

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Girl kills herself and her son in Delta


A 22-year-old lady identified as Epigha Peace Koboye, has killed herself and her child with a poisonous substance.
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The incident occurred in the early hours of Sunday, February 16, 2020, in BomadiDelta State. According to reports, Epigha took the decision after her babydaddy allegedly denied paternity of her child.
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The corpses of the deceased have since been deposited at the Bomadi General Hospital.

Appeal Court orders judge to withdraw from trial of former Governor, Gabriel Suswam over N3.1 billion fraud


Justice Okon Abang of the Federal High Court in Abuja has been ordered by the Court of Appeal to withdraw from the trial of former governor of Benue State, Gabriel Suswam.

The appellate court also ordered that the case file be returned to Justice Ahmed Mohammed, who presided over the case from the beginning.

Recall that the former Governor who is now the senator representing Benue North-east Senatorial District in the National Assembly, was first arraigned in 2015 alongside the Commissioner for Finance in his administration Okolobia Okpanachi, on a N3.1 billion money laundering charges.

The case was reassigned by former Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Adamu Kafarati to Mr Abang after Mr Mohammed recused himself twice from the case following a publication which accused him of receiving bribe to give Mr Suswam a ‘soft landing’.

Suswam's lawyer, Chinelo Ogbozor challenged the reassignment and also pointed out that she is not aware that Mr Mohammed disqualified himself from the case as no prior notice was given. 

Justice Emmanuel Agim who delivered the lead judgement at the court of appeal on Wednesday February 19, commended Mr Abang for how he handled the case so far but stated that Mr Mohammed was wrong to have withdrawn from handling the case.

Agim averred that though section 19 of the Federal High Court Rules gives the Chief Judge the power to assign cases, the power must be exercised properly and not recklessly. 

He said; 

“Unfortunately, the chief judge did not exercise his discretion correctly. The re-assignment of the case to Justice Abang amounted to a transfer in a matter that was part heard.
“Four witnesses had already testified and an accused person is entitled to a trial within a reasonable period of time.
“The action of the chief judge is an administrative one and therefore, proceedings by justice Abang cannot amount to a nullity.
“The federal high court is one court and the Jjudges are the same. It is within the administrative powers of the chief judge to re-assign cases and any judge has the jurisdiction to hear to cases assigned to them by the Chief Judge of the court.
“Our decision is merely to correct the error by the chief judge. justice Abang was right to assume jurisdiction since he has the statutory duty to obey the chief judge.
“Justice Abang has no powers to challenge or question the chief judge. He has a duty to take a case assigned to him and deal with it. He did what the law allowed him.
“In fact, if the ruling of Justice Abang did not touch on the reasons given by justice Mohammed to rescue himself, this appeal would have no life.
“Abang has shown commendable diligence in the trial. But since Justice Abang went to determine the propriety of Justice Mohammed’s recusal from the case, the appeal has live issues.” 

Customs seizes 1,393 bags of rice hidden in gas cylinders


Officials of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) have intercepted 1, 393 bags of rice concealed in gas cylinders within Ogun State. 

Parading the smugglers before newsmen on Wednesday February 19, the Acting Controller of the Federal Operations Unit (FOU), Zone A in Ikeja, Usman Yahaya said 625 cartons of frozen chicken, 187 jars and 66 drums of vegetable oil were also seized when the suspects were arrested between 5th and 17th February, 2020.

Customs seizes 1,393 bags of rice hidden in gas cylinders

The items conveyed in 12 different vehicles, had a cumulative duty paid value (DPV) of N40.14 million.

Yahaya said; 

“Barely two weeks after the Comptroller-General of Customs’ working visit to Lagos where he showcased various seizures made by FOU A worth over N10 billion, we have again intercepted 1,393 bags of smuggled foreign parboiled rice, 187 jerrycans/66 drums of foreign vegetable oil and 625 cartons of poultry products from unapproved routes within Ogun State between 5th -17th February 2020 based on surveillance and routine patrol.
“This desperate act by these dare-devil smugglers concealing edible items in a gas cylinder further justifies the hard chase by operatives of Customs. DPV of each type of seized items include rice, N27.86 million; vegetable oil, N6.28 million, and frozen poultry N6 million."

Customs seizes 1,393 bags of rice hidden in gas cylinders

He also urged members of the public to support the service’s fight against smuggling activities by providing intelligence that could assist the unit achieve more monumental seizures.

Lady arrested for attempting to kidnap her friend's mother


A lady who attempted to kidnap her friend's mother has been arrested by the Nasarawa State Police command. 

Paulina Santos who was paraded before newsmen on Wednesday February 19, was accused of planning the kidnap of the mother of her friend whose husband works with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, (NNPC).

 
The State's Commissioner of Police, Mr. Bola Longe revealed that the lady who is a casual staff in a primary healthcare facility, lives in Azuba Bashayi of Lafia North local government area. He said she contacted someone to help her organize a criminal gang to execute the task, with a plan of extracting a large sum from the kidnap. 

Longe said; 

On February 11, at about 2030hrs, based on credible intelligence, police operatives attached to the Command’s Anti-Kidnapping section busted and subsequently arrested one Paulina Santos ‘f’ who had conceived a disingenuous plan to kidnap the mother  of her bosom friend.”

He further disclosed that the suspect has confessed to the crime and will be charged to court after investigation has been concluded.

Major road in Abuja named after late Dr Stella Ameyo Adadevoh


A major road in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja has been named after late Dr. Stella Adadevoh, the medical doctor who played a major role in preventing an Ebola epidemic in Nigeria in 2014.

Major road in Abuja named after late Dr Stella Ameyo Adadevoh

The road, located along Ahmadu Bello Way, close to the Nigerian Air Force Conference Centre, was renamed after Adedovah, about six years after she died from the disease in Lagos.

Adadevoh died in August 2014 while preventing a Liberian man, Patrick Sawyerr from leaving her hospital after she diagnosed him of having the deadly Ebola virus.

Several calls have been made by Nigerians for the deceased medical doctor to be adequately honored by the Federal government. 

Teenage wheelbarrow pusher electrocuted in Enugu as iron rod he was using to pluck mangoes from tree touches high tension wire (graphic photos)



A young wheelbarrow pusher was electrocuted on Wednesday morning while attempting to pluck mangoes from a tree along Enugu Road, in Nsukka Local Government Area of  Enugu State.

It was gathered that the deceased said to be about 18 years old, had climbed up the mango tree and, using a short rod iron, and had mistakenly made contact with a live high tension wire which electrocuted and killed him instantly.

Teenage wheelbarrow pusher electrocuted in Enugu as iron rod he was using to pluck mangoes from tree touches high tension wire (graphic photos)

Mr Eze, a resident of the area who said that he did not know the exact time the incident happened, suggested that the man might have climbed the mango tree to pluck mangoes with an iron rod and had made contact with the high tension wire which got him electrocuted.
“I just saw his lifeless body with electric burns under the mango tree while I was rushing out for work,” said Jude Eze, a witness.

Teenage wheelbarrow pusher electrocuted in Enugu as iron rod he was using to pluck mangoes from tree touches high tension wire (graphic photos)

A commercial motorcycle operator who pleaded anonymity told Daily Sun that the incident happened around 6:30 am, adding that the rod allegedly used by the dead man to pluck the mango was still trapped on the high tension wire.
“I don’t know the man’s name but I knew him as a barrow pusher from Peace Mass Transit Park Nsukka. I was going to drop a passenger at Peace Park in Nsukka when I noticed that something fell from a mango tree opposite zenith Bank Enugu road Nsukka. I moved down to the area after I dropped the passenger only to see people watching his lifeless body helplessly. By all indications, he probably might have made contact with the naked wire while trying to use the rod to pluck the mango,” the motorcycle operator said.

Teenage wheelbarrow pusher electrocuted in Enugu as iron rod he was using to pluck mangoes from tree touches high tension wire (graphic photos)

Policemen who arrived at the scene shortly after the incident, took away and deposited the man’s corpse at Bishop Shanahan Hospital mortuary Nsukka.

Teenage wheelbarrow pusher electrocuted in Enugu as iron rod he was using to pluck mangoes from tree touches high tension wire (graphic photos)


[Music] Sir Werry - The Unexpected



Rising rap artiste act, Sir Werry is out with a spanking new joint, “The Unexpected“.
The upbeat dance track was tastefully cooked by ace producer, MagicBeatz.
The Unexpected” is a banging jam that is set to take over airwaves and Sir Werry once again proved why he is the next big thing in the music industry.

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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Mom of Unilag graduate that jumped into lagoon, breaks silence


Mrs Daibo, the mom of Toju Davies Daibo, the Unilag graduate that allegedly jumped into the Lagos Lagoon from the Third Mainland Bridge on Saturday, February 15, 2020, has broken her silence.
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In an interview with ChannelsTV, the mom asked the Lagos State government to help bring back her son.
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The 22-year-old deceased allegedly jumped into the lagoon from the bridge inward Adeniji Adele, after alighting from an Uber, complaining of stomach issues.
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Mrs Daibo said Toju had no history of depression or drug use; he had just finished studying quantity survey from the University of Lagos and was looking forward to his NYSC and then his master’s degree studies in Canada.
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She appealed to the government to find her son and provide answers as to what happened to him. 📷: ChannelsTV

Man kidnaps racist woman, forces her to watch 9-hour film about slavery


Iowa police have charged a man with harassment and false imprisonment after allegedly kidnapping a racist woman and forcing her to watch a 9-hour miniseries about slavery.
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52-year-old Robert Lee Noye was arrested Monday, The Gazette, reports. He allegedly forced the woman to sit with him and watch “Roots,” a historical series that covers slavery in the U.S through the post-Civil War era, “so she could better understand her racism.” .
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When his captive tried to move, Noye ordered her to remain seated and watch the movie with him or he would kill her and spread her body parts across Interstate 380 on the way to Chicago 📷: The Gazette