Saturday, 20 June 2015

Shocking Accident : At least 3 Dead, 34 Injured after Man Drove SUV Straight Through Crowd of Shoppers

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Shocking Accident : At least 3 Dead, 34 Injured after Man Drove SUV Straight Through Crowd of Shoppers

At least three people have been killed and another 34 injured after a SUV ploughed into a crowd of people in Graz, Austria today.

The driver is reported to have driven his vehicle at speed into the crowd - sending several people crashing into the windshield and flying over the car - before getting out and stabbing bystanders with a knife.

It is feared that a seven-year-old boy is among the dead following the incident in Herrengasse, Graz's 
main shopping street.

Police said the driver had been arrested and the downtown area where the incident occurred sealed off. There was no immediate indication why he ploughed into the crowd. Provincial Governor Hermann Schuetzenhoefer, who gave the casualty figures, described the suspected driver as a 26-year old Austrian statement from the city council, published by The Independent, said:'At 12pm there was an appalling incident in the centre of Graz, which has caused major alarm and left the city deeply shaken.

 A killer used his car as a weapon and deliberately ran people down on a rampage. The perpetrator is in custody.'

About 60 ambulances converged on the scene and the Austrian auto club sent four helicopters to bring the victims to hospitals. The incident took place in Graz, Austria's second largest city, took place around 12noon, and officers have sealed off the area.

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True Or False : Kris Jenner Engaged To Boyfriend Corey Gamble ?

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True Or False : Kris Jenner Engaged To Boyfriend Corey Gamble ?



Its been reported that Kris Jenner is set to get engaged to her toyboy boyfriend Corey Gamble. The Kardashian momager who was married to Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce for 24 years, finalised her divorce just last year.

However, according to Radar Online, Kris thinks Corey is “the real deal” and is eager to take things to the next level.There is a 25 year ago gap between the pair, but this hasn’t deterred Kris from her plans to marry him, with a source telling the publication:

    “Kris figures she needs a man at her side right now. She’s working out contracts and terms with Corey because she wants to get moving on this pretty quickly. She swears it’s the real deal between 
her and Corey (Gamble), but anyone can tell the poor guy’s being used. Put brutally, he serves a purpose.

More Cute Photos of IK Ogbonna's Newborn Baby.

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More Cute Photos of IK Ogbonna's Newborn Baby.



Ik Ogbonna is so excited about his New Baby son and also praises his fiancee and new baby mama. Congrats to them once more . Very cute baby gosh !!!!


Femi Fani-Kayode’s Ex - Wife Speaks on Marriage With Him & Her New Man.

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Femi - Fani Kayode’s Ex-Wife Speaks On Marriage With Him & Her New Man




Mrs Yemisi Wada who recently clocked 50 and has also been the talk of the town because of her beautiful figure at 50, has revealed to Nonye Ben-Nwankwo how her marriage to former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode was orchestrated, and how she had two babies and left his house with one more pregnancy in less then three years making their children three altogether. She also spoke about her new love, Mr Dahiru Wada and how they met in London. One of her children to FFK will be getting married in July and Mrs Yemisi is too excited about it. If FFK would be there is something she did not mention. The interview below...

How do you feel having a daughter who is getting married?
I am ecstatic. My daughter is getting married in July by the Grace of God. I got married at 24 and I am reaping the benefits as I have had the opportunity to grow up with my girls. I feel it has made us closer. I am happy because people are different and in her case, she is mature enough to take up that role. She has also found a good man by the grace of God from good stock and surely that must be every mother’s prayer.

Why did you choose to study law?
My father was a lawyer but that was not my motivation. It was the courtroom drama I used to watch on television and the whole wig and gown that attracted me. My father worked for the Lagos State Ministry of Justice. He was State Prosecutor at some stage and in those days, if I was home and he was trying any interesting case like the ‘Iyabo Olounkoya’ drug case, my mum and I would go and watch.


Your parents must have been very comfortable for them to send you to study in the UK.
To be honest back then, our economy was okay. The year I went abroad to school was when the Naira became N3-1 pound. Life was easier. My father came from quite a wealthy family and he inherited property but didn’t really like the idea of receiving income from them. He used to go out of his way to tell us he would not leave any property in his will and that we should work for our own money. He had property in Ikorodu and Ogba, which some companies were renting. My mother left work when I was still young and till today she’s a very successful business woman. So between them, we got by.


Would you still remember those days you used to work in your ex father-in-law’s law firm?
I actually never worked in Chief Fani-Kayode’s Law firm. When I got married straight after Law School, my father wanted me to work. After my youth service when it seemed my then husband didn’t want me to work, my father threatened to pull me out of the marriage. Chief had some election petition cases in Kano, so he drafted me into his team to work on them and later the appeals in Kaduna. That was how I met Mr. Raji Ahmed who was in the team as well and we later set up a law office together, along with Mr. Robert Emukpoeruo. Working on those cases were the best times I had at the time. That was also the first salary I earned as a lawyer.


Why did you even quit practising?
Law is a long-term earner. At the time, being a single mother with three children and wanting to give them the best like I had as a child, I could not afford to stay in practice. Besides, I needed to be the boss of my own time to be available for my children when I was needed.
  
What inspired you to establish Haven for Nigerian Children?
Seeing that there were children living on the streets and I was going up and down cuddling mine made me sit up and think. I decided to do something about it and pray my own children if they were ever in need, would meet a helper. I have often wondered if this is a selfish notion. If it is, well I am not a saint and that’s my Achilles heel. At least, it has created a passion and I intend to keep running Haven as long as God grants me life.


Why are you so passionate about the street kids?
I’m passionate about rendering assistance in any way. I counsel very well. Nothing gives me more joy than knowing whoever meets me or comes into my life in any way gains something from my experiences. That’s where I derive my joy.


How is life being Mrs. Dahiru Wada?
It’s very interesting. My father in-law loves me very much and my husband has many brothers who are like him, very loving. So you’re living in an atmosphere of love. It’s a very nice feeling. The best description of my husband is that he is a gentleman’s gentleman. He is also very cultured and well travelled. He loves good food and travelling. He is very well read and extensively knowledgeable in all things. He is very generous and for us kind almost to a fault.


You reportedly said your husband doesn’t like partying and dancing but these are things you love doing. So how do you manage this?
If I want to party and dance, he is not in my way. We understand each other perfectly. Many times, you will see us at parties and before long, you will not see him because he would have left quietly. Having said that, my husband observes more at that same party and when we analyse the proceedings after, I would be amazed. Seriously we complement each other nicely.


Can you tell us about growing up?
Growing up for me was awesome. We lived in GRA Ikeja, we walked and cycled about in clean and safe environment by ourselves. Most of our activities were centred on the home and the street. We climbed trees, raised dogs, rode bicycles. It was bliss.


What fond memories do you have when you were still growing up?
I have several. The best was how my paternal grandmother ‘Iya Alaje’ would come and stay with us when our parents travelled. She was very wealthy but not literate and she loved a good life. She would ask us what we would normally eat and my brother, Bayo and I would lie that we didn’t eat pepper. That would mean no eba and amala. She would take us to Kingsway Stores and buy us ham and all the nice things for sandwiches. The funny thing though was only Bayo had a palate for those things. I preferred my eba, so why I went along with it still baffles me. I guess it was the thrill of getting away with such nonsense.


As a young girl, if anybody had told you your marriage would break up, would you have believed it?
No, I would not have. That is why even after three children, I knew I would remarry. I don’t know if it is that love of being a wife or to run a home. Whichever, I love being married.


Can you still remember those days you were with your ex-husband, Femi Fani-Kayode?
I have no fond memories of then except having my daughters, as I am sure he would say same if asked. What people do not seem to realise is that we were together for only a very short while. The marriage itself lasted less than three years. The fact that I have three daughters makes it seem longer but I left just when I was pregnant with my youngest daughter.


Did you decide to marry him because his family was influential?
I don’t know what that means because I grew up in a home where I had all I wanted. There was nothing I got there that I didn’t have before. Actually I had more at home.


What was the attraction back then?
It was a long time ago but I think at the time, all the men I knew were clubbing like I was but he was already serious in politics. He was a national youth leader of his party and the proposal was very direct as he said, ‘I am in politics and I need a homemaker.’


Since the marriage produced beautiful kids, would you ever say you regret it?
No way. In fact, I always say if I came back in another life, I would do it again to have these same beautiful and dramatically intelligent daughters. I would just have a better exit plan.


How did you meet Mr. Wada?
Dahiru and I met at a party in London. It’s funny how we met. I thought he was someone else and planned to tease him but his incredible wit got the better of me and in the end, the joke was on me. He actually insinuated that I was a airhead!


What do you love about him?
He’s gentle, he is patient and he is kind. He has a wicked sense of humour and he can gist. He has an infectious laugh and like me, he loves to entertain. Like me also, he is a very good cook. He is the king of roasts and curries. He is an amazing father. He loves his kids to bits. I am always complimented about how well behaved my boys are but it is because they live with a gentleman father and they live by example.

Shocking ; A Man & Wife Insert A Bottle Of Beer And Pepper In Wife's Vagina In Lagos.

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Policemen attached to the Owutu Police station have charged a middle age man, Ajisafe Solomon and his sister Ajayi Ayomide before an Ikorodu Magistrate court over allegation of wife battering and sodomy.

The accused were arraigned on a three count charge bordering on inflicting bodily harm and conspiracy to commit sodomy.

According to the police, the accused conspired and inflicted grave bodily harm on Solomon’s wife Opeyemi Amuda 25 by inserting a bottle of Turbor beer and pepper in the victim’s vagina which 

made her to run mad.

The charge further read that the accused used cane to inflict severe cut on the victim’s body thereby committing assault which contravenes Section 409 of Lagos State. Amuda has since gone nuts following the severe beating she received from her husband and her sister in-law.

It was gathered that the incident happened at number 9 Aminu Toyin Street Igbo-Olumo on June 19th when Amuda’s husband Solomon Ajisafe reprimanded her for allegedly insulting his mother.

According to the residents, Solomon with his siblings allegedly poured ground pepper and inserted a Tubor beer bottle in  Amuda’s private part  over allegation that she committed adultery and had the effrontery to fight her mother-in-law.

Deacon Obatungashe Adebayo, the Corodinator of Women Arise Initiative at Igbo Olumo stated that the accused will be made to face the full wrath of the law.

“This is a very sad development. It is just like the case of the Ejigbo sodomy and we wonder why they will go this far to torture somebody. I saw the victim and she is in a very bad shape. She has ran mad. She is defecting and urinating on herself. 
When she was brought to the court, she could not say any sensible word and she defecated all over her body. We are going to follow this case as Dr. Joe-Oke Odumakin our President has taken interest in the case and she has condemned this ugly act. We will ensure that others involved in treating this woman like an animal will be made to face the full wrath of the law”, he said.
It was gathered that the police has began a manhunt for Solomon’s mother said to be a prophetess in a white garment church as her whereabouts is not known. The Magistrate Mrs Afeez remanded the accused in prison and ordered that the victim be taken to a rehabilitation centre for three months.

The case was adjourned to July 15th 2015.

Governor, Wike sets up committee to probe Amaechi

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Governor, Wike sets up committee to probe Amaechi



Governor Nyesom Wike yesterday started probe of the administration of his predecessor, Chibuike Amaechi as he constituted a seven man Judicial Commission of Inquiry headed by Justice George Omereji to investigate alleged sale of some state assets as well as the projects for which funds were allegedly released but not executed.

The panel was inaugurated Friday in Port Harcourt, the state capital.

Mr. Wike, a former member of the Amaechi administration who later fell out with his boss, has accused Amaechi and others of stealing properties belonging to the government.

He has vowed to recover them.

Mr. Amaechi denies the allegation, and says the governor’s mission is to tarnish his image.

On Thursday, state agents said they recovered a vehicle belonging to the government from a former Commissioner for Information, Ibim Semenitari.

Mr. Semenitari claims ownership of the vehicle. She said the car was allocated to her as part of the government’s monetization policy.

The Judicial Commission of Inquiry which has 23 terms of reference has one month to turn in its report. Wike’s action was coming against the backdrop of claims by Amaechi’s former Deputy, Tele Ikuru that the former administration under which he served was the most corrupt in the state. Wike and Amaechi Ikuru alleged that his former boss allegedly spent N812 million to furnish his private residence.

The former deputy governor spoke at Government House, Port Harcourt yesterday while handing over the final report of the transition committee he chaired adding that the former government also spent N4.96 billion on the proposed Justice Adolphus Karibi Whyte Hospital with no structures on the ground.

However Wike said:
 “In exercise of the powers conferred upon me by Section 2 (1) of the Commissions of Inquiry Law of Rivers State (Cap 30), 1999 and all other powers enabling me in that regard, I Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, Governor of Rivers State, hereby constitute and appoint a Judicial Commission of Inquiry for the investigation of the administration of Governor Chibuike Amaechi”.

He asked the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the sale of Omoku 150 MW Gas Turbine , Adam 360 MW Gas Turbine, Trans-Amadi 136 MW Gas Turbine as well as the Eleme 75 MW Gas Turbine.

The Commission of Inquiry is also expected to investigate the mono rail project and the sale of the Olympia Hotel by the Amaechi administration as well as the non execution of the contract for the construction of the Justice Karibi White Hospital after the former administration had paid $250 million to the contractor.

Then he directed the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the expenditure of N96 billion from the Rivers State Reserve Fund without compliance with the extant laws as well as make appropriate recommendations that would assist the state government recover proceeds from the gas turbines sold by the former administration.

The commission also has the mandate to recover alleged funds wrongfully disbursed on the failed Justice Karibi White Hospital; the alleged funds illegally withdrawn from the state’s Reserve Fund and the alleged N2 billion illegally disbursed under the Agriculture Credit Scheme.

Responding, Chairman of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry, Justice Omereji assured the governor that the panel would carry out its assignment diligently and in line with the terms of reference, pointing out that, at the end of the day, the Rivers people would be happy with the job of the commission.

Other members of the Commission of Inquiry include Dr Edith Chukwu, Chief Monday Ekekenta, Rev. Canon Alex Usifo and Elder Ignatius Piegbara. Mrs Florence Fiberesima is to serve as secretary while Dr Zacheaus Adango would serve as the counsel to the Commission. Meanwhile, receiving the report of the transition committee he set up from the former Deputy Governor Ikuru, Wike asked President Muhamadu Buhari to support his bid to recover funds allegedly stolen by the past Amaechi’s government.

He said :
“ I am confident that President Buhari will support my administration in the quest to tackle the massive corruption that characterised the Amaechi administration. “We are aware that the immediate past administration and her officials will resort to blackmail and propaganda for the purpose of diverting attention from their corrupt practices. We shall remain focused on the task of getting back Rivers State resources and assets.”

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Pastor calls for jail term for women who call God's name during sex.

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Pastor calls for jail term for women who call God's name during sex.



Dr. John Hagee, the founder and senior pastor of the Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, not only agrees with what the Bible says, but also takes the faith to a higher level.

One of the things that the Bible has consistently denounced is the taking of the Lord’s name in vain. Speaking exclusively with Newslo, Hagee stated that ;in this world of crimes and deaths that
surround us, a simple blasphemy does not get that much attention when it should.”


"Saying the Lord’s name in vain might seem petite and insignificant compared to some of the things that are going on in the world right now, even in churches all across America. But, that’s precisely the problem. If the shepherds of a faith start doing wrong, what is the flock supposed to do? Follow in their footsteps? I don’t think so. The flock needs to get its bearings and start thinking for itself.
But, nowadays you have people committing sin everywhere you look, including Houses of God, which are the holiest of places.”

Asked how the situation could be corrected, Hagee replied:
“Well, we’d have to start with ourselves, as with everything in life. If you’re asking about my personal opinion, there is no greater sin in terms of wrongly using God’s name than women who use it during sex.

That is one of the filthiest, most derogatory and sinful uses of the Lord’s name I can think of. If it were up to me, I would put every single woman or girl who does that in jail. That would be a fine example of God’s wrath aimed at what is, in my opinion, a terrible misuse of our Maker’s good name''.

Source: Newslo

According To Billboard's Dance Club Club Chart Rihanna Surpasses Beyonce With The Most No. 1 Hits.

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Check this out guys : Rihanna surpasses Beyonce





Not only has Rihanna sold more records than Beyonce (She's in the top5 highest selling female artists of time) she has now surpassed Beyonce with the most No.1 hits on Billboard's Dance Club chart

From Billboard Magazine
Rihanna reigns atop Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart (dated June 27) for the 23rd time with "Bitch Better Have My Money" (2-1). With her latest leader, she eclipses Beyonce (22 No. 1s), who last topped the chart in February with "7/11."
Rihanna now trails only Madonna (45) for the most No. 1s in the chart's nearly 39-year history, dating to its inception as a national survey in 1976

WOW !!! Unpaid Salary Hits N110bn in States Owing Salaries.

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WOW  !!! Unpaid Salary Hits N110bn in States Owing Salaries.





No fewer than 12 of the 36 states of the federation are facing difficult times as the salaries they owe their workers are approximately well over N110bn. This represents the salaries being owed by government of 10 of the states of the federation. They are Osun, Rivers, Oyo, Ekiti, Kwara, Kogi, Ondo, Plateau, Benue, and Bauchi states.

The 36 state governors, who met during the week in Abuja under the aegis of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum for the second time after the May 29 inauguration of the new government, expressed their concern over the issue.
The situation, according to Saturday PUNCH investigation, has been giving some of the governors’ aides serious concern as they are also being owed salaries and allowances.

The governors had resolved to meet with the President to demand the refund of the money spent on executing Federal Government projects in their respective states to enable them to pay their workers.

Rivers State, for example, which has a monthly wage bill of about N7bn, has not paid its workers for three months, putting the total amount of salaries the state owes its workers at N21bn.
It was learnt that while some workers in the state are owed 10 months’ salaries, the core civil servants have not been paid their salaries for the past three months. Drivers, gardeners, cleaners and some office assistants are some of the workers being owed salaries for 10 months. These workers are always paid from government overhead or imprest.

A reliable source in the state Ministry of Finance, who craved anonymity, told one of our correspondents that “Every month, the government gives out imprest from which drivers, cleaners and some office assistants are paid. This set of workers has not been paid for the past 10 months, while the core civil servants have not received their March, April and May salaries.”
The wage bill of Oyo State rose from N4.9bn to N5.3bn towards the end of 2014 after the promotion of workers and review of salaries by Governor Abiola Ajimobi.

Therefore, the total sum of the three months’ salaries the state owes its workers is N15.9bn.
It will be recalled that after the workers went on a two-week strike recently, the government reached an agreement with labour leaders that the payment of March salaries would resume anytime in June.
There are conflicting figures on the actual work force in the state but a reliable source in the state civil service commission put the figure between 35,000 and 40,000 with local government workers and teachers in the majority.

The Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress in the state, Waheed Olojede, told one of our correspondents that the Memorandum of Understanding the union signed with the state government, which was the basis for the suspension of the strike was still in force.
In spite of its status as an oil producing state, the Ondo State Government still owes its workers two months salaries – April and May.

Investigation revealed that the monthly wage bill for the state’s 56,000 workers was N5bn. So the two month’s salaries being owed amount to N10bn.
Of the amount, it was gathered that core civil servants collect N1.6bn, secondary school teachers, N1.3bn, while local government workers and primary school teachers collect N2.1bn.
The State Commissioner for Information, Mr. Kayode Akinmade, described the development as unfortunate. He also said that Governor Olusegun Mimiko’s aides and other political office holders in the state were being owed as well.

“All political appointees are affected, including me. We’re being paid at the same time with the civil servants. So, all of us are affected. But I’m very sure that by next week, the salaries will be paid.”
Akinmade, however, urged political office holders who might be threatening to resign as a result of non-payment of their salaries to shun such an idea.

“It will be unfair for any appointee to resign due to the development. When it was rosy, we all enjoyed it and we should be able to endure now,” he said.

A source at the Office of the Head of Service, Abia State, put the state’s work force at 22, 000. But there have been conflicting reports on the number of months workers in the state are being owed salaries.
While the state government has consistently maintained that no civil servant in its core civil service is being owed any entitlement, workers in various parastatals in the state have complained of non-payment of salaries for five months.

Some workers in the Abia State Universal Basic Education Board told one of our correspondents that they were being owed for five months, while their counterparts in the Secondary Education Management Board complained that they have not been paid salaries for four months.
Similarly, staff members of the state’s Hospital Management Board, Abia Line Transport Network and tertiary institutions, have also complained of non-payment of six months’ salaries.
A source in the state Ministry of Finance said that the state’s wage bill “fluctuates between N2bn and N2.5bn.”

It was, however, learnt that Abia State was getting between N3bn and N3.5bn monthly before the drop in the federal allocation.
A Senior Special Assistant on Media to Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, Mr. Ugochukwu Emezue, appealed to the affected workers to be patient with the government, assuring that they would be paid their salaries as soon as the state’s revenue improved.

He also urged political office holders in the state to exercise patience, adding that Ikpeazu’s administration was new and needed some time to settle down to deal with the problems.
Like its counterparts, Kwara State also owes local government workers a total of N3.4bn as salaries for four months.

Although the state’s monthly wage bill was said to be fluctuating between N2.7bn and N2.8bn, one of our correspondents learnt that the monthly salaries of local government workers in the state are about N849m. This amounted to N3.4bn in four months.
Saturday PUNCH also gathered that Kogi State Government has 17, 750 core civil servants and owes N3.1bn in salaries.

According to the state Commissioner for Information, Zainab Okino, the number did not include local government workers, primary school teachers, and staff of the state judiciary, legislature and tertiary institutions.

She said the monthly wage bill of the state government is about N3.1bn.
A source in the state Ministry of Finance said civil servants and political appointees had received their salaries up to April 2015 and that May salaries would be paid before June 30.

But another source said that not the full salaries were paid. The source said that local government workers in the state were only paid certain percentage of their salaries, adding that it had been the trend for over six months.

According to him, only Okehi and Okene local government areas pay 60 per cent, Adavi pays 45 per cent while other local government areas pay less.

The Ekiti State Government has yet to pay May salaries to its workers while those still undergoing verification exercise have not received April and May salaries.

According to Governor Ayodele Fayose’s Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, there are about 48,977 workers in the state public service.
A source in the Office of the Accountant General of the state, who spoke under the condition of anonymity, quoted the state’s monthly wage bill as N1.4bn.

The new Benue State Governor, Mr. Samuel Ortom, alleged that he inherited a debt profile of N90bn out of which N12bn was for five months’ salary arrears.
Ortom had therefore initiated moves to borrow money to pay one month’s salary across the board to the workers.

He said the development was necessitated by the concern over the plight of the workers and the need to persuade striking state university lecturers to call off their strike.
The governor, however, said he had received offers from some banks and would soon approach the state House of Assembly for approval to obtain a loan.

According to him, all his efforts to persuade the state university lecturers to call off their strike had failed and that they had insisted that they must be paid at least one month’s salary.

By the end of June, the Osun State Government will owe its workers N25.2bn for seven months’ salaries. The wage bill of civil servants in the state was put at N3.6bn by Governor Rauf Aregbesola.
The state workforce was also put at around 40,000 by the governor who said the population of the workers was next to that of Lagos State.

Aregbesola has yet to constitute his cabinet since he dissolved it on the eve of his inauguration into second term in office in 2014. However, the governor appointed the Chief of Staff and the Secretary to the State Government.
The governor’s media aide, Mr. Semiu Okanlawon, said though he, alongside others, had not been paid since November 2014, he was not considering resigning.

It was further learnt that the administration of former Governor Jonah Jang owed Plateau State workers six months’ salaries before he vacated office on May 29, 2015.
According to the former Commissioner for Finance in the state, Mr. Davou Mang, the new governor, Mr. Simon Lalong, will require about N10.2bn to clear the salary arrears going by the state’s monthly wage bill of N1.7bn.
The state’s civil servants recently called off their six-week industrial action.
Jang was said to have left a debt profile of N104bn while pension arrears owed retired civil servants were put at over N11bn.

The Chairman of the Plateau State chapter of the NLC, Mr. Jibrin Bancir, told Saturday PUNCH that the workers decided to resume work as a gesture of goodwill to the new administration, adding that the government agreed to pay two months’ salaries within the next two weeks.
The new Bauchi State Governor, Alhaji Abdullahi Abubakar, is battling to raise N8.4bn to pay the state’s workers their three months’ salaries.

Abubakar, who recently claimed that he met an almost empty treasury in the state, said he also inherited two months’ arrears from his predecessor, Mallam Isa Yuguda.
As of the time of filing this report, Saturday PUNCH had yet to get details of salaries being owed workers in Imo, Jigawa and Zamfara states. But available reports indicated that Akwa-Ibom, Cross-River, Ogun, Enugu and Kano states that hitherto owed their workers had paid.
According to one of our correspondents, the Kano State Government does not owe any of its 143,000 workers.

The state government, which monthly wage bill is about N8.5bn, pays the state government N3.6bn; local government, N1.6bn; SUBEB, N2.5bn; judiciary/ North-West University/ Kano University of Science and Technology, N3.30bn. Political appointees in the state are said to be earning about N8.5bn.


Source : The Punch. 

KYLIE DISPLAY HER SEXY SELF , SHOWING OFF MAJOR CLEAVAGE AT MIAMI EVENT.

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Kylie Jenner Displays Her Sexy Self , Shows off Major Cleavage At The Miami Event.








17 year old Kylie Jenner looked amazing but older than her age at the opening of the Sugar factory in Miami, Florida.





















Shocking ;Teenager narrates how she was gang raped by her 3 most trusted friends.

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Teenager narrates how she was gang raped by her 3 most trusted friends











3 friends Habeeb Adisa (25), Kehinde Aderinoye (25) and Ilyas Ogundimu (27) raped one of their female neighbours, a young woman,who was a close friends. This incident happened in a neighbourhood in Iju area of Lagos.

The victim, 19-year-old Adenike (not real name), a hair stylist, said she summoned the courage to speak about her ordeal because she did not want the3 friends to go free and do the same to someone else.
Narrating how she was violated by the three men whom she trusted most in their neighbourhood, Adenike said that there was no way she could have suspected that within the 2 years she had known them, that those 3 could have ever done what they did to her.

Calmly, but with a lot of anger and pain showing in her eyes, Adenike said,
“I became friends with them as neighbours two years ago when my mother first rented an apartment in the area.

“Kehinde began to make advances to me. But I told him we were friends and did not want to be in a relationship with him. I have always rejected his advances.
“Later he would tell Habeeb and Ilyas to approach me to appeal on his behalf to accept his proposal, but I made them to understand that I could not go out with him. But we still talked and sat together in the neighbourhood as friends.”

Adisa
Unknown to Adenike, the gentle disposition of her three friends was just a fa├žade for the plan they had hatched on how to sexually assault her.
On Wednesday, June 17, 2015, an opportunity presented itself for the rapist friends to put their plan to work.

Adenike said,
“In the morning of that day, around 9.30am, I went over to Kehinde’s house like I usually did sometimes when I had nothing to do at home. I trusted them completely and usually went there to while away the time.
“Habeeb and Ilyas were there also. We were just talking when Habeeb suddenly came to me and picked me up. He threw me on the bed and I told him that I didn’t like that kind of play. I said, ‘If this is part of your playful habit I am not up for it.’

“But as he threw me on the bed, before I could stand up, he lay on me and pinned me down firmly. Kehinde quickly came over and started to remove my underwear. That was when I knew what they wanted to do. I struggled with them but they pinned me down and took turns to rape me.
“When I was screaming, one of them quickly went to the CD player, which was on at the time and turned on the music to maximum volume so that it would drown out my voice.”

When they finished, the three friends smiled at what they had done. They told Adenike to pretend that what happened to her was a mere sexual encounter.

“They told me to just forget what happened and keep it between the four of us. But I realised that if I was afraid of stigma and kept it to myself, they would walk free and even boast to their friends about what they did to me. They would surely do it to someone else,” Adenike said.

Bruised and battered, Adenike summoned the courage to approach someone she trusted in the neighbourhood and narrated what happened to her. She was immediately advised to go to the Iju Police Division and report the incident.

As soon as she reported, some landlords in the area rose in the men’s defence.

Adenike’s mother said that because the parents of the rapists are landlords in the area, they first threatened her that if she decided to make the issue a police case, she would lose.

But on Thursday, after the police had arrested the suspects, Punch correspondent witnessed as families of the culprits and other residents of the area came out to the police station to beg Adenike’s mother.

Adenike’s case highlights the increasing incidence of sexual offences in Nigeria, where majority of sexual offences go unreported.

On Friday, the spokesperson for the Lagos State Police Command, Mr. Kenneth Nwosu, said  that the suspects had been charged to court.

Punch

President Buhari's wife relocates to Aso Rock ahead of husband.

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President Buhari's wife relocates to Aso Rock ahead of husband.




The wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, has relocated to the Presidential Villa, Abuja, barely three weeks after President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration was inaugurated. Since they were inaugurated, Buhari and Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo have been operating from outside the Presidential Villa.


This is despite the fact that both men have their official residences and offices inside the Villa.
They have both been operating from their private residences as well as the Defence House, official residence of the President-elect located at Maitama District, Abuja.

It was gathered that Mrs. Buhari formally relocated to the Presidential Villa on Thursday at a time when her husband was out of Abuja.
“Hajia (Buhari) arrived here (Presidential Villa) with her entourage at about 6pm on Thursday. She had relocated ahead of her husband. She passed the night here,” a Presidency official reported.
Another Presidency official said that the President is expected to join his wife  next week.

Buhari had departed Abuja for Kaduna on Tuesday shortly after he arrived from South Africa where he took part in the just-concluded 25th Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union.
He proceeded from Kaduna to his hometown, Daura, in Katsina State.
Buhari is expected back in Abuja from the journey described as “private trips” this weekend.

“The President is expected back this weekend. He will be expected to join his wife here on his arrival,” the source added.
Upon his formal relocation to the Presidential Villa, Buhari is expected to operate for the first time from his office on Monday.

The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, said  that ongoing renovation work was hindering Buhari from moving into the Presidential Villa.

He said,
“As far as the President is concerned, the place (his official residence) is not ready yet. Workers are cleaning and refurbishing the place. Once the exercise is completed, the President will move in.”

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IK Ogbonna and Sonia Morales welcome New Baby Boy.

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IK Ogbonna and Sonia Morales welcome son.


Actor and model IK Ogbonna has welcomed a son with his stunning Colombian girlfriend, Sonia Morales. Sonia gave birth this morning June 20th. Mother and child are said to be doing OK. The little bundle of joy has been named Ace. Big congrats to them.



Graphic Photos of how ATeenager hacks aunty to death in Akwa Ibom .

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Sad! Teenager hacks aunty to death in Akwa Ibom (graphic photo)










According to a story sent to LIB from Akwa Ibom, a 19 year old boy named Daniel Michael Edet, (pictured right) a student from Idoro in Uyo LGA, killed his aunt, Glory Edet Ebere, 44 (left).

The boy used to live with his aunt but one day left her home unceremoniously. For months the aunty didn't hear from him but on June 11th, he showed up at her house and said he wanted to return home. The woman who lived alone told him he was no more welcomed in her house, that he should go back to wherever he was coming from. Daniel then asked for money to go back and the aunt said she had no money to give him. A quarrel ensued and Daniel attacked his aunt. He stabbed her multiple times, killing her. He then stole her car keys, locked her corpse inside the house and left.

There's a photo of her dead body after the cut...*viewer discretion advised*



Later Daniel returned to the home with his friend, one Ekemini Effiong James (pictured above) and together they dragged the corpse of Glory Ebere into the bedroom. Both of them cooked, ate and passed a night in the same house.

Narrating how they were caught, Akwa Ibom Assistant Commissioner of Police, State Criminal Investigation Department, Mike Okoli, said when neighbours noticed the two boys at the house with no sign of the woman for days, they became suspicious. When the two boys tried to get rid of the body, a vigilant neighbour accosted them which led to their arrest.

Upon investigation, Daniel admitted to killing his aunt alone. He said - "Ekemini Effiong James did not kill, but was aware since he slept in the same room."

The suspects will soon appear in court. The aunts body below...