Monday, 16 November 2015
"Sources connected to NBC's "Today" tell TMZ ... Sheen will sit down with Matt Lauer on Tuesday morning to make the announcement. NBC touted the interview in a press release as Sheen making a "revealing personal announcement."
A tabloid report came out Monday claiming Sheen's been keeping the diagnosis secret for years. You've gotta imagine he'll address that report tomorrow"
A 49-year old self confessed prophet, Moses Okezie has been arrested and remanded in prison for allegedly defrauding money and engaging two different women in marathon sex in form of spiritual deliverance in Lagos state, western Nigeria.
Okozie who hails from Isiala Ngwa in Abia State and resides at 6 Olowo-Okere street Idimu is now facing two different criminal trial before Magistrate court, Ejigbo for the alleged fraud.
Okozie, who is a father of four was first brought to the court sometimes in August 2015 for allegedly defrauding a 27-year old Philomena Ajil to the tune of N550,000 and took her to a hotel in Ikotun area and engaged her in sex deliverance for her to be successful in her business.
PM NEWS gathered that the sex romp lasted for several days before the victim realized it was a scam.
Okozie was however granted bail by presiding Magistrate, Mrs J.O.E Adeyemi.
Not remorseful by his earlier wrongdoing, Okozie went again and committed a similar offence.
Last week, Okozie was arrested and charged to the same Ejigbo court presided by Magistrate A.A. Fashola for allegedly defrauding another 26-year old woman, Amarachi Dike to the tune of N1m, engaging her in marathon sex in a hotel under the false pretence of giving her spiritual empowerment for success.
The police also recovered a Golf car with registration number AAA 821 BE which he used to lure women into his fraudulent activity.
The car was tendered as exhibit before the court by the police.
One of the victims, Dike narrated how she fell into Okozie’s trap while she was returning from church service from Festac area to her base in Iyana Iba area.
She said he met Okozie and two other of his gang members, a female and a male when she was going home after service.
She said they pretended to be taxi operators plying from Festac to Apo junction near mile 2 area.
She said from there, she lost her consciousness and they took her to Ikotun under the false pretence that supply her goods which later turned out to prayer deliverance.
She narrated that Okozie who acted as a prophet forced her to drink a substance, she said after that, whatever he asked to do, she would comply.
she said she borrowed money from her relations and was sending to Okozie thereafter, noting that, he would engage her in marathon sex and explain to her that it was a deliverance session.
She said she realized herself when those she borrowed money started putting pressure on her and she opened up that she was hypnotised and duped.
The matter was reported to the police and Okozie was arrested and charged to court.
He pleaded not guilty.
The presiding Magistrate, Mr A.A. Fashola granted Okezie bail in the sum of N500,000 with two sureties in like sum.
Okezie was remanded in prison custody pending when he perfect his bail.
The matter was adjourned till 2 December 2015.
A missile reading "From Paris, with love" has been sent to wreak havoc on ISIS strongholds. This emotive image was taken of US Military planes which were ready to join strikes on the terrorists who have claimed responsibility for Fridaynight's assault on the French capital.
The Paris terror attacks were, President Francoise Hollande told his people, "an act of war". And swift retribution came soon afterwards, as the French dropped 20 bombs on an ISIS stronghold in Raqqa, Syria, on Sunday night.
The unverified images of the missile said to be Syria-bound were shared on social media, and said to be a memorial for the 129 killedon Friday.
The Hellfire missiles were written on by persons unknown, but the act is in a tradition held by the US military since World War Two.
"I’ve never seen such a thing in my life here at Parirenyatwa as doctors we know and believe that when a woman is giving birth, the head comes first and the legs last. To my own surprise this baby like creature brought her legs first" said Doctor Chenyeke.Mother of the baby, Sharon Kujeke refused to take the baby home.
"Halle has had it with love life drama. She’s giving up on men. Halle and Olivier fought like cats and dogs until the bitter end. She’s spent months kicking herself for making the same mistake not once, not twice but three times. She even jokes with friends that if they gave out an award for worst taste in men, she’d clean up because she is a winner when it comes to picking losers," said a source.Right now, they say she only wants to focus on her children and her career. You can't give up on love!
Kityo volunteers with a number of LGBT groups including Manchester’s Lesbian and Gay Foundation. He is also a member of a number of church groups including a fellowship for gay Christians. Dr Walker said in his letter:
"I would say he has a well-founded case for asylum here in the UK." Mr Kityo fears he could be killed if he is sent back to Uganda. "I’m very scared. I’m a gay man and in Manchester I am able to be who I am. I have made many friends here who accept me and love me. But I’m frightened that I will be killed if I am sent back to Uganda. It isn’t safe to be a gay man in Uganda." he told The Independent.
Mr Kityo arrived in the UK in 2011 on a student visa and claimed asylum the following year. He said his partner in Uganda had been jailed for being gay and a warrant had been issued for his arrest if he returned. But an immigration judge dismissed Mr Kityo’s claim on appeal in 2013 and said he did not believe he would face persecution. Solicitors acting on Mr Kityo’s behalf sent new submissions in September this year and asked for the case to be re-considered.
But Home Office officials said in their new decision letter: "Most of the people who have written the letters and statements appear to have known you only since 2014. This undermines your case for being an openly gay man." Mr Kityo was released from a deportation centre at Manchester Airport at the weekend after being told by the Home Office that it wanted to take a further look at his case.
His legal team are continuing to fight for him to remain in the UK. The Home Office said it could not comment on individual cases but added: "The Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration last year praised our guidance and training on handling sexual orientation claims, stating that it was clear and concise. "We worked closely with organisations such as Stonewall, the UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees to develop this training, which is now mandatory for our caseworkers."
Source: The Independent