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  1. A Nigerian man has died after a head-on crash in Glenn Dale, early Monday morning, Prince George’s County police revealed. According to WTOP, Samuel Oriloye, from Lanham, died after crashing head-on into another vehicle on Glenn Dale Boulevard near Bell Station Road around 1:35 a.m. Police arrived at the scene and found a two-vehicle crash with one of the cars on fire. Police said it appears Oriloye was driving the wrong way in the southbound lanes of Glenn Dale Boulevard. It is not yet clear what led him to cross into the oncoming traffic. He was pronounced dead on the scene while the second driver sustained nonlife threatening injuries.
  2. Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari hold meeting with Prime Minister, Theresa May, on Nigeria-British relations at 10, Downing Street, London. The Personal Assistant to the President on new media, Bashir Ahmad disclosed this via his Twitter handle on Monday, April 16. He further disclosed that at the end of his bilateral meeting with the British prime minister, President Buhari thanked her for Britain’s efforts at the training of the Nigerian Armed forces in fighting Boko Haram. President Buhari’s meeting with the prime minister was scheduled to discuss Nigeria-British relations ahead of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meetings scheduled to hold between April 18 to 20. President Buhari, who is on an official leave in London, had met with the national leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, on Sunday, April 15.
  3. THE NIGERIAN ARMY HAS RELEASED A STATEMENT ON SATURDAY CLAIMING THAT ITS TROOPS HAS KILLED 7 MORE BOKO HARAM TERRORISTS DURING THE ONGOING CLEARANCE OPERATION IN SEPERATE AMBUSHES IN BORNO STATE. Onyema Nwachukwu, the Deputy Director, Army Public Relations, Operation LAFIYA DOLE, made the disclosure in a statement in Maiduguri. Mr. Nwachukwu disclosed that the troops also arrested a suspected Boko Haram insurgents’ spy, Modu Chari, and recovered arms in multiple encounters with the fleeing terrorists on April 13. He said that the troops killed two insurgents fleeing from military onslaught in SambisaForest at Kusheri-Ardodam along Magumeri in Borno, adding that the troops recovered two AK 47 rifles, three magazines and 18 rounds of 7.62 mm NATO type ammunition. Mr. Nwachukwu revealed that troops also neutralized two insurgents in an ambush along a remote track in Mafa, recovering one AK 47 rifle, two magazines, and a bicycle. In another ambush, he said, three fleeing insurgents were killed by troops at Multe-Lawanti, South of Furfur in Damboa, Borno, and recovered one AK 47 rifle, three motorcycles, two bicycles, spanners, and dresses. The army spokesman disclosed that the troops on Friday arrested a member of the Boko Haram terrorist group, Madu Chari, while transiting along Cross Kauwa in the northern region of Borno. He explained that the suspect was on an espionage mission when he was nabbed by troops, adding that investigations indicated that Chari was an active member of the Al Barnawi faction of the terrorists' group. “The ferocity of the ongoing Counter Terrorism and Counter Insurgency Operations to rid the northeast of Boko Haram hideouts and enclaves has further suffocated the terrorist group hence they resorted to suicide attacks on innocent civilians. “It is crucial, therefore, to draw the attention of the general public to the terrorists’ callous resort to the use of diverse types of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), to attack vulnerable civilians in their bid to instill fear amongst the populace in order to remain relevant. “Members of the public are advised to be vigilant and report suspicious persons, movements, and activities to security agencies”. (NAN)
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  5. Nigerian musician and son of billionaire Tabansi, dies in car crash Singer Jesse Tabansi aka Jarhead, is dead. The musician, who was in his 20s, died in a car accident, days back, while riding with a friend who survived. His father, Anselm Tabansi, is the owner of Lagos hotel, Maison Fahrenheit and Svengali furniture.
  6. This is one of the reasons why we need to encourage and pray for our soldiers considering what they face on the battlefield while trying to rid the country of criminal elements and terrorists. According to confirmed reports, Nigerian troops stepped on an Improvised Explosive Device IED while on a clearance operation in the northeastern part of the country. Lucky no fatality was reported as the injured soldiers were treated right on the spot before being taken to the hospital.
  7. A Yaba Chief Magistrates’ Court sitting in Lagos on Wednesday remanded a Danish national, Peter Nielsen, who was suspected of killing his wife, Zainab Ali- Nielsen and their three-and-a-half-year-old daughter, Petra. Chief Magistrate Kikelomo Ayeye remanded Nielsen, 53, in Ikoyi Prison, following an application by the police. Nielsen was docked on a two-count charge of unlawful killing. Nielsen’s plea was not taken. He was represented by Frank Udoka Amah. Prosecuting counsel, Effiong Asuquo, tendered a three-page application, containing 15 grounds for Nielsen’s remand in prison. He said: “There is overwhelming forensic evidence linking the defendant to the assault and murder of his wife and daughter. The investigation has also shown that the defendant was habitually violent to his late wife, Zainab.” According to Asuquo, a fight broke out between the couple in their flat at about 3:00 a.m. on that fateful day. Nielsen was allegedly seen fighting and hitting the deceased’s head on a wall by her two relations, Mimi, 11, and Faith, 13 who lived with them. She died from injuries sustained from the assault. The prosecutor alleged that Nielsen then poisoned Petra before dragging her body into the kitchen. Asuquo said: “He took the lifeless little girl and put her under the mother’s body and then put on gas stove burners in the kitchen so that it will be believed that the wife and daughter were suffocated to death by the cooking gas. It is in the national interest that the suspect remain in prison pending legal advice and his arraignment and trial.” Chief Magistrate Ayeye upheld his prayer. She remanded Nielsen in prison and adjourned the case till May 8 for the DPP’s advice.
  8. HOW FACEBOOK HELPED NIGERIAN MAN ARREST SARS OPERATIVES WHO HARASSED HIM Some corrupt SARS operatives have been arrested. They harassed a certain man identified as Immanuel James Ibe-Anyanwu whom they wanted to extort money from. Immanuel then took to Facebook to notify the public of the situation he was going through, this led to the police coming to the scene to rescue him. IMMANUEL’S FACEBOOK POST WHICH NOTIFIED THE PUBLIC: ”I was accosted by SARS officers are Ago-Palace, Okota, opposite Zenith Bank. They humiliated me and accused me of being a fraudster. Checked my documents and found nothing, and then said I should follow them back to my office in Ikoyi to confirm my claims. People intervened. I called the PPRO of Lagos State and he asked to speak with them. They took the phone and seized it. They are still holding my documents. Later one called me aside and asked me to go arrange money. I asked for my phone to let me make a transfer to my ATM account and he gave me. I took the phone and card and went to the bank and have gone into hiding here. I’m updating from my hiding place. They are waiting for me by my car. Phone battery down. Please share”. The Lagos state police command has released a press statement concerning the incident where they made it known that the SARS operatives have been arrested. READ BELOW: PRESS RELEASE: IMMANUEL JAMES STORY, OUR REACTION. ….. Today 9th of April, 2018, at about 2pm, one Ekene Okoro placed a call to the- office of the Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos State (PPRO) and reported that his cousin, Immanuel James was being harassed by policemen alleged to be SARS operatives at Ago-Palace way, Okota, opposite a Zenith bank branch at Ago-Palace way. Sequel to the above, a team of policemen from the Command X-Squad section, led by ASP. Musa Shuaibu was dispatched to intervene in the matter. However, on sighting the X-Squad personnel the erring Police officers hurriedly left the scene in a manner suggestive that they were on illegal duty. Going forward, the CP Lagos directed the officer in charge of the X-Squad section to fish out the policemen within 2 hours and that directive has been actualized with the identification of the policemen involved. They were led in that inglorious duty by one Inspector Jude Akhoyemta attached to FSARS Ikeja. The general public is hereby informed that the CP has ordered for their arrest and as soon as that is done, the public would be communicated as usual. SP Chike Oti Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Police Command.
  9. Lots of Nigerian celebrities have beautiful and faithful girlfriends and wives, who are always with them and support them in every new beginning. If you would like to know who is the hottest celebrity girlfriend in Nigeria and read some of the finest love stories, you should definitely proceed! Nigerian celebrity girlfriend and wives Always wanted to find out who are the second halves of your favourite Nigerian celebrities are? Here, you will be able to see the most beautiful and loving celebrity girlfriends and wives, who make the Nigerian celebrities happy. You will also be able to read their love stories. Let’s go! All these love stories are surely inspiring. We want to wish all the best to the celebrities that and their gorgeous girlfriends and wives!
  10. Lots of Nigerian celebrities have beautiful and faithful girlfriends and wives, who are always with them and support them in every new beginning. If you would like to know who is the hottest celebrity girlfriend in Nigeria and read some of the finest love stories, you should definitely proceed! Nigerian celebrity girlfriend and wives Always wanted to find out who are the second halves of your favourite Nigerian celebrities are? Here, you will be able to see the most beautiful and loving celebrity girlfriends and wives, who make the Nigerian celebrities happy. You will also be able to read their love stories. Let’s go! All these love stories are surely inspiring. We want to wish all the best to the celebrities that and their gorgeous girlfriends and wives!
  11. Team Nigeria increased its chances of finishing high on the medals table at Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia with another medal in boxing already guaranteed. According to reports, in the women 60kg category, Nigerian Female Army Officer, Lance Corp0ral Yetunde Odunuga was too strong for her counterpart from Canada, Veyre Caroline. The ruthless boxer punched Caroline to submission in the 3rd round which prompted the referee to call off the match which was fast turning to a one-sided show. Odunuga has qualified for the semifinals with a bronze medal already guaranteed irrespective of her performance when she fights next.
  12. What do you know about Nigerian heroes and their contributions? Read interesting facts regarding the life and achievements of the past leaders who played a significant role in the history of our country. Each country has its leaders, fathers of a nation or just famous people who made significant contributions to the development of the country. Nigeria is not an exception to the rules. In our history, there are a sufficient number of individuals who made lots of efforts to ensure that Nigeria will take her worthy place among the most developed countries of the African continent and win the respect of the world community. The Nigerian heroes are honoured for their painstaking work using their leadership qualities to fight for independence, human rights, democracy, justice and so on for and in Nigeria. Here they are famous sons and daughters of Nigeria. NIGERIAN HEROES AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS GENERAL YAKUBU DAN-YUMMA GOWON His date of birth is October, 19 (1934). Yakubu was born in a small village of the Ngas tribe (Plateau State). He spent his childhood in Zaria. He got higher education in the Warwick University of the UK. In 1954, he joined the Nigerian army and after training Yakubu received a Second Lieutenant position. During unstable period General Yakubu headed the Nigerian Federal Military Government (1966 – 1975.) His activity as Nigerian foreign minister (1966 – 1967) received high praise from all sectors of Nigerian community. After an attempt of a military coup organized by Murtala Mohammed in 1975, Yakubu had to emigrate to the UK. The general came back to Nigeria only under president Shehu Shagari. SIR AHMADU BELLO His date of birth is June, 12 (1910). The place of birth is Rabbah Sokoto. Ahmadu Bello is esteemed as one of the most outstanding Nigerian fathers of the nation. He was engaged in political activities back in 1934. In twenty years, Sir Ahmadu Bello got the post of premier in the Northern Nigeria region. Together with Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, the premier played significant roles in the fight for Nigerian independence. Sir Ahmadu Bello was killed during the coup d’état on January, 15 (1966). In honor of the famous Nigerian leader, the Ahmadu Bello University was named. His portrait is placed on the 200 Naira banknote. FUNMILAYO RANSOME KUTI Her date of birth is October, 25 (1900). The place of birth is Abeokuta. Funmilayo Ransome Kuti was one of the premier female leaders and feminists in Nigeria. She defended the rights of women. At the same time, Funmilayo struggled against the military government and human rights violations. Funmilayo Ransome Kuti was known as ‘the mother of Africa’ for her human rights work. People elected her to the native House of Chiefs. She acted as an Oloye of the Yoruba nation. Funmilayo had membership in the National Council of Nigeria and Cameroon. Besides, she was the first Nigerian female to ever drive a car. In 1978, Funmilayo Ransome Kuti was thrown out of the window in the commune belonging to her son and died from her injuries. DR. NNAMDI AZIKIWE His date of birth is November, 16 (1904). The place of birth is Niger state. Benjamin Nnamdi Azikiwe is one of the famous Nigerian fathers of the nation and the first Nigerian president after gaining independence from Great Britain. He was affectionately called ‘Zik.’ When Azikiwe worked as the editor of a Ghanaian newspaper, he spread African nationalist ideas. After he came back to Nigeria in 1937, Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe organized the West African Pilot for the promotion of nationalism in Nigeria. He created the Nigerian and Cameroons National Council in 1944 together with Herbert Macaulay. In 1946, he was appointed to the post of secretary-general in the National Council and then elected to Nigerian Legislative Council. Zik was the first Nigerian to be called to the Privy Council of the UK. He was the second and last Governor General (1960 – 1963). After Nigeria was proclaimed a republic in 1963, he became the first Nigerian president. Zik died in 1996. All his life Dr. Nnamdi Azikwe struggled for the independence and unity of Nigeria. KUDIRAT ABIOLA Her year of birth is 1951. The place of birth is Zaria city, Nigeria. Kudirat Abiola actively participated in the movement for democracy (1994). She took part in supporting the oil employees during their 12 week’s strike against the military. The strike was successful. The military government became weaker. In 1995, Kudirat Abiola took part in the procession for freedom organized by democratic institutions together with supporters of Chief Anthony Enahoro. She was a true fighter for the democracy and inspired many people. Kudirat Abiola was named woman of the year two years in a row (1994, 1995). She was killed in 1996. CHIEF ANTHONY ENAHORO His date of birth is July, 22 (1923). Chief Anthony Enahoro is one of the Nigeria’s prominent active supporters of democracy and anti-colonialism. He was the youngest editor of the newspaper ‘Southern Nigerian Defender’ in 1944. Enahoro was 21 years old at that time. He was involved in the fight for Nigerian independence. Chief Anthony Enahoro became a student leader and organized objections. The colonial authorities imprisoned him twice for insurrection and satirical papers creating. Enahoro was the first Nigerian who tried to organize the movement for independence in Nigeria (1953). So, he is considered as the father of the state. That attempt did not work out. Chief Anthony Enahoro died in 2010. MARGARET EKPO Her date of birth is June, 27 (1914). The place of birth is Creek Town, Calabar. Margaret Ekpo fought for women’s rights in Nigeria. She was among the first female political figures in the first republic of the country. Margaret Ekpo took an important place as a local and nationalistic political figure in Aba city. She had a membership in the Nigerian and Cameroon National Council. In 1950, Ekpo together with Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti opposed the murders at the Enugu coal mine. There the leaders of anti-colonial protest were killed. In 1954, she organized the Aba Township Women’s Association. Until 1955, Aba’s women had exceeded the number of men’s votes in a broad city election. She died in 2006. CHIEF OBAFEMI AWOLOWO His date of birth is March, 6 (1909). The place of birth is Ogun state. Chief Obafemi Awolowo was one of the leaders who fought for Nigeria’s independence. In 1950 he organized the Action Group (political party) which requested for the end of British domination in Nigeria. Obafemi Awolowo was the first premier of the Western Region. He refused the position of Finance Commissioner and vice chairperson of the Federal Executive Council in 1971 to object the extension of military rule. He died in 1987. HERBERT MACAULAY His year of birth is 1864. Herbert Macaulay founded Nigerian nationalism. Herbert Macaulay began the nationalist motion as he believed that the people with various origins inhabiting Nigeria had to get together as one. He organized the Lagos Daily News to provide the nationalist motion. Macaulay created a political party in 1922. It was the National Democratic Party of Nigeria. He was the premier national president of the Nigerian and Cameroon National Council. That party was created by Herbert Macaulay together with Nnamdi Azikiwe in 1944. He died in 1946. HAJIYA GAMBO SAWABA Her year of birth is 1933. Hajiya Sawaba was an influential political and public figure in Nigeria. She was an adherent of the Northern Elements Progressive Union. Gambo Sawaba was an element of the political struggle fight that at last led to independent Nigeria. Although she was a low educated lady and early married by force, she was able to influence the fight for the African woman’s emancipation. Hajiya Gambo Sawaba advocated freeing female from African customs that were not good for women. She died in 2001. GEN. MURTALA RAMAT MOHAMMED We should complete the list with General Murtala Mohammed. His date of birth is November, 8 (1938). The place of birth is Kano. He was one of the Nigerian military leaders. General received his first political position as Communications’ Commissioner in 1974. He combined the post with his military obligations. Although General Murtala Mohammed’s powers did not last long, his administration specified a new path for the country, strengthened the sense of duty and patriotism. He created nineteen states to increase the number of states in Nigeria from the of twelve that were created in 1967. He also established a Commission of Public Complaints which provided honesty for the society. Gen. Murtala Mohammed was killed in 1976. His portrait is placed on the 20 Naira banknote. The airport in Lagos was named after the famous General Murtala Ramat Muhammed. Our people should remember Nigerian heroes and their achievements. Past leaders have made huge contributions to the establishment of Nigerian independence and Nigeria’s development. Many of these great individuals have paid with their lives for the bright future of Nigeria. We must treat them with due respect.
  13. FIFA APPOINTS NIGERIAN DOCTOR AS DOPING CONTROL OFFICER A former medical doctor in the Nigerian U-17 football team, Ayodeji Olarinoye, has been appointed Doping Control Officer (DCO) by the world soccer governing body, FIFA. Mr Olarinoye, who graduated from the University of Ilorin, is now the country’s first FIFA doping control officer, the university’s weekly bulletin said on Tuesday. According to the publication, Mr Olarinoye is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine. The publication said the medical doctor would join the network of FIFA medical officers, responsible for ensuring safe and healthy participation in football after attending several anti-doping training. The bulletin recalled that the 38-year-old was nicknamed NFA (Nigeria Football Association) during his undergraduate years due to his love for football. “The 38-year-old Ayodeji is the son of a retired civil servant and former Head of the International Department of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) in the 1990s, Dr Steve Olarinoye. “Dr Olarinoye was honoured in 2015 by the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) for his dedication to duty and special interest in the field of Sports Medicine. “He is currently running a programme in Sports and Exercise Medicine in Cardiff, U.K., the bulletin said of the doctor who hails from Omupo in Ifelodun Local Government Area of Kwara.
  14. Nigerian stocks dropped to a three-month low, after President Muhammadu Buhari officially announced he would seek re-election in 2019. Reuters reports that the stock market, which opened on a losing streak after Lafarge Africa announced a surprise 2017 loss, worsened its decline. The equity market fell near 40,000 points. This came as Buhari declared at the National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting of the All Progressives Congress, that he will contest in next year’s election. The news has drawn mixed reactions from Nigerians, as some expressed gladness, while others criticized the president for making such decision despite challenges facing the country. Buhari defeated Goodluck Jonathan in 2015 to become president, after previously failing to win in three consecutive polls.
  15. The air task force of the Operation Lafiya Dole, in a combined operation with the Nigerien Air Force, has successfully launched coordinated strikes on Boko Haram locations at the Arege and Tumbun Rago areas of Borno state. The air strikes were launched on April 8, with the Nigerian security body describing it as successful adding that the attacks followed reports received sequel to an Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) mission conducted by an aircraft belonging to Nigerien Air Force. According to a statement by Air Vice Marshal Olatokunbo Adesanya, the director of public relations and information of the Nigerian Air Force, the surveillance revealed Boko Haram activities at Arege and Tumbun Rago. “Consequently, the ATF detailed Nigerian Air Force (NAF) Alpha Jet and F-7Ni aircraft to conduct Air Interdiction strike on the locations while the ISR aircraft from Niger provided necessary support and also conducted Battle Damage Assessment (BDA). “The subsequent BDA revealed that during the first wave of attacks at Arege, several vehicles belonging to BHTs were totally destroyed, killing all the occupants in the process. “Furthermore, the NAF fighter aircraft neutralized fleeing BHTs in subsequent waves of attack. “Thereafter, NAF fighter aircraft and the ISR aircraft from Niger again combined to successfully attack BHT locations at Tumbun Rago. According to a statement by NAF’s spokesman, Air Vice Marshal Olatokunbo Adesanya, the operation occurred during a routine Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) mission on Thursday, December 21. Watch Video…
  16. NIGERIAN LADY SENT OUT OF CHURCH FOR INDECENT DRESSING IN ONITSHA, SEE WHAT SHE WORE (PHOTO) It is no longer news that in some churches women are not allowed to expose any part of their body during Sunday or mid-week service. In such churches, ladies are given scarf for not allowed in for worship. Such was the case of this young lady, she disclosed that she was sent back home for not dressing decently into the house of God. Lady who was identified as Mbanefo Nkiru Angel on Sunday, April 8, took to her Facebook profile to reveal how she finally decided to go to church after a long time but was sent home for not dressing properly. Angel’s post reads: “Today that I decided to go to church. My look to church today in Awada Onitsha. The church warders sent me back. They refused me entering the church saying I should go and look for a jacket or a scarf to cover my shoulder shouting that I’m Naked. I didn’t even talk to them. I just jejely and happily carry my legs and go back. Let me go and sleep biko. Nonsense and ingredients. Ndi over do. Onitsha is too backward for my liking. Is this dress indecent? Are you people kidding me? Even in the village they cannot send me away. It is still in this Onitsha that they commit the highest atrocity. They are not real Christians. The act of sending me away doesn’t portray or show real Christianity. Even they Rev Father cannot send me away. It is all these holier than though brothers that go and do worst at the back. They are still blind in the things of church.”
  17. Knowing how your country works and who is holding the reigns is important, which is why we want to tell you the names of Nigerian senators and their constituencies. Let us give you a little lesson on Nigerian politics! If you are wondering how many senators there are in Nigeria, we can tell you. The Senate of Nigeria consists of 109 senators. Each of the 36 states has three senators, and the Federal Capital Territory has only one. The last election was back in 2015, and the length of term is four years, which means that the current list of Nigerian senators is going to be relevant until next year. However, people from this assembly can be reelected during the next elections, as they have unlimited tenure. Just so that the list of senators does not trail like a very long and boring snake, we have decided to divide the senators and their respective constituencies by Northern, Eastern and Western parts of Nigeria. That way, the list should be a little easier to comprehend. With all that out of the way, let’s get to our Nigerian senators list! LIST OF SENATORS FROM THE NORTHERN REGION The North consists of 19 states + the FCT. This means that there are 58 senators representing the Northern part of Nigeria (3 per every state + 1 from the FCT). Let’s get down the list of senators constituency by constituency: ADAMAWA Adamawa Central has Abdul Aziz Murtala Nyako as the senator; Adamawa North has Binta Masi Garba; Adamawa South has Ahmadu Abubakar. BAUCHI Bauchi Central has Isah Hamma Misau; Bauchi North has Ali Wakili; Bauchi North has Suleiman Nazif. BENUE Benue East has Barnabas Gemade; Benue South has David Mark; Benue West has Akume George. BORNO Borno Central has Ahmad Zannah; Borno North has Abubakar Kyari; Borno South has Ali Ndume. FCT FCT has Philips Aduda Tanimu (who is also Minority Whip). GOMBE Gombe Central has Goje Danjuma; Gombe North has Bayero Nafada; Gombe South has Joshua Lidani. JIGAWA Jigawa North East has Muhammad Sh!tu; Jigawa North West has Abubakar Gumel; Jigawa South West has Sabo Mohammed. KADUNA Kaduna Central has Shehu Sani; Kaduna North has Suleiman Hunkuyi; Kaduna South has Danjuma La’ah. KANO Kano Central has Rabiu Kwankwaso; Kano North has Barau Jibrin; Kano South has Kabiru G.aya. KATSINA Katsina Central has Umaru Kurfi; Katsina North has Mustapha Bukar; Katsina South has Abu Ibrahim. KEBBI Kebbi Central has Adamu Aliero; Kebbi North has Yahaya Abdullahi; Kebbi South has Bala Ibn Na’Allah (who is also Deputy Majority Leader). KOGI Kogi Central has Ahmed Salau Ogembe; Kogi East has Air Marshal Isaac Alfa; Kogi West has Dino Melaye. KWARA Kwara Central has Bukola Abubakar Saraki (who is also the Senate President); Kwara North has Shaába Lafiagi; Kwara South has Rafiu Ibrahim. NASARAWA Nasarawa North has Philip Aruwa Gyunka; Nasarawa South has Suleman Asonya Adokwe; Nasarawa West has Abdullahi Adamu. NIGER Niger East has David Umaru; Niger North has Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi; Niger South has Mustapha Sani. PLATEAU Plateau Central has Joshua Dariye; Plateau North has Jang Jonah; Plateau South has Jeremiah Useni. SOKOTO Sokoto East has ahIbrahim Gobir; Sokoto North has Aliyu Wamakko; Sokoto South has Ibrahim Abdullahi. TARABA Taraba Central has Yusuf Abubakar Yusuf; Taraba North has Abubakar Sani Danladi; Taraba South has Emmanuel Bwacha (who is also Deputy Minority Leader). YOBE Yobe East has Bukar Baba Ibrahim; Yobe North has Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan (who is also Majority Leader); Yobe South has Mohammed Hasan. ZAMFARA Zamfara Central has Kabir Garba Marafa; Zamfara North has Tijjani Yahaya Kaura; Zamfara West has Ahmed Rufai Sani. LIST OF SENATORS FROM THE EASTERN PART OF NIGERIA Here is the full list: ABIA Abia Central has Theodore Orji as a senator; Abia North has Mao Ohuabunwa; Abia South has Enyinnaya Abaribe. AKWA IBOM Akwa Ibom North East has Bassey Albert; Akwa Ibom South has Nelson Effiong; Akwa Ibom West has Godswill Obot Akpabio (who is also Minority Leader). ANAMBRA Anambra Central has Uche Ekwunife; Anambra North has Stella Oduah; Anambra South has Andy Uba. BAYELSA Bayelsa Central has Emanuel Paulker; Bayelsa East has Ben Murray-Bruce; Bayelsa West has Ogola Foster. CROSS RIVER Cross River Central has John Enoh; Cross River North has Rose Okoji Oko; Cross River South has Gershom Bassey. EBONYI Ebonyi Central has Ogba Joseph; Ebonyi North has Samuel Egwu; Ebonyi South has Sunday Oji. ENUGU Enugu East has Gilbert Nnaji; Enugu North has Utazi Chukwa; Enugu West has Ike Ekweremadu (who is also Deputy Senate President). IMO Imo East has Samuel Anyanwu; Imo North has Achonu Nneji; Imo West has Uzodinma Goodhope. RIVERS Rivers East has George Sekibo; Rivers South East has Olaka Nwogu; Rivers West has Osinakachukwu Ideozu.Delta Delta Central has Ovie Omo-Agege as a senator; Delta North has Peter Nwaboshi; Delta South has James Manager. Edo Edo Central has Clifford Ordia; Edo North has Alimikhena Asekhame Francis (who is also Deputy Chief Whip); Edo South has Mathew Urhoghide. LIST OF SENATORS FROM THE WESTERN PART OF NIGERIA Here is the full list of them by state and constituency: EKITI Ekiti Central has Fatimat Raji-rasaki; Ekiti North has Duro Faseyi; Ekiti South has Biodun Christine Olujimi (who is also Deputy Minority Whip). LAGOS Lagos Central has Oluremi Tinubu; Lagos East has Gbenga Bareehu Ashafa; Lagos West has Solomon Olamilekan Adeola. OGUN Ogun Central has Prince Lanre Tejuosho; Ogun East has Buruju Kashamu; Ogun West hasJoseph Gbolahan Dada. ONDO Ondo Central has Tayo Alasoadura; Ondo North has Robert Ajayi Boroffice; Ondo South has Yele Omogunwa. OSUN Osun Central has Olusola Adeyeye (who is also Chief Whip); Osun East has Babajide Omoworare; Osun West has Isiaka Adeleke. OYO Oyo Central has Monsurat Sunmonu; Oyo North has Buhari Abdulfatai; Oyo South has Adesoji Akanbi. Whew! That was all of them. Now if anyone asks you ‘How many senators do we have in Nigeria?’, you will be able to give the answer with ease. Hopefully, you will also be able to remember at least some Nigerian senators’ names as well.
  18. 18-YEAR-OLD NIGERIAN RUTI OLAJUGBAGBE WINS ‘THE VOICE UK’ 2018 RUTI OLAJUGBAGBE, AN 18 YEAR OLD NIGERIAN HAS EMERGED AS THE WINNER OF THIS YEAR’S THE VOICE UK AFTER BEATING RUNNER-UP DONEL MANGENA ON SATURDAY NIGHT. Ruti who is a student and part-time carer was the second favorite behind Mangena going into the final, with bookies offering odds of 17/10 on her winning, before she fought off stiff competition from the other finalists to win the final. She emerged champion after three incredible performances, with her final song, Dreams by The Cranberries, to be released as her debut single. Ruti broke down in tears after host Emma Willis announced her as the winner, with her coach Sir Tom Jones gushing earlier in the show that is a ‘wonderful, magical, sincere’ singer. Speaking after her victory Ruti said: “I wasn’t expecting this… I didn’t expect to get to the blind audition, I don’t know what to say!” She won the £100,000 prize, as well as a deal with Republic Records. Prior to participating in The Voice UK, Ruti had said: “I really love to sing and so would like to be in a profession that enables me to do this.” She is a student and part-time carer from Southend-on-Sea, who lives with her mum, dad and little brother Femi and currently attends the Youth Creation Performing Arts School in Stanford-le-Hope. Ruti performs covers of songs including Latch and Use Somebody on her YouTube channel and enjoys mixing songs together.
  19. The leader of the Free The Sheeple movement daddy Freeze has shared his thoughts about rapper Jay-Z’s generosity. Sharing a post about one of the rapper’s major generosity in an African village, Daddy Freeze said many would tag the rapper an Illuminati, but even at that, the Illuminati is better than most Nigerian pastors. Read his post below:-
  20. Two final year Mass Communication students of the Benue State University were pictured writing their exam, today, in their wedding gowns. It was gathered that the exam, Com 402: Media Law and Ethics, was scheduled for today and it clashed with their weddings. And since the exam couldn’t be shifted, the two brides stormed the hall in their gowns.
  21. A Young lady simply identified as Damilola, has taken to her IG page to recount how she was assaulted and abused by her partner. According to Dmailola, not only did he beat her up, he also slept with their maid. Read her story below;
  22. Prophet T.B. Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Lagos has released a video showing him perform a “deliverance” on lesbian partners from what he described as satanic “lesbian spirits”. The deliverance happened during a recent church service. In the video, the prophet is seen performing a “deliverance” on the lesbian partners. One of them can be heard saying she has always been attracted to women but has now been delivered by the anointed hands of the Nigerian prophet. The pastor after conducting the deliverance – hugged both of them and told them he loves them. H0m0sexuality is a crime in Nigeria punishable by death in some sharia-dominated northern states. In other parts, it attracts a maximum of 14 years in prison.
  23. NIGERIAN EX-UN WORKER BAGS 2 YEARS IN JAIL FOR U.S BANK ROBBERY A Court in Manhattan on Thursday sentenced Abdullahi Shuaibu, 53, who worked at the UN in 2013, to two years in prison after an exhaustive plea agreement with the court. It was a stunning defeat for the prosecutor who had asked that Shuaibu be sentenced to five years under the indictment. Shuaibu pleaded guilty to one count of Attempted Robbery in the Second Degree; one count of Robbery in the Third Degree, a non-violent offense; and two counts of Grand Larceny, also non-violence offence. He is expected to be released from jail in about six months, having been arrested on April 18, 2017 for a string of bank robberies in New York. He was initially charged with robbery in the first degree, where he was facing 15 years in jail, but the prosecutor was unable to sustain that charge before the grand jury.
  24. NAOMI CAMPBELL CONGRATULATES RUMORED BOYFRIEND SKEPTA AS HE IS MADE AN ACTUAL NIGERIAN CHIEF Naomi Campbell is one proud ‘girlfriend’, congratulating Skepta as he is conferred with Chieftaincy title in Nigeria. The British model, who is of Jamaican descent, and British-Nigerian rapper Skepta are rumoured to be dating and have been in Nigeria for some time now. Following a little misunderstanding with the President of Nigeria on Friday, Naomi, 47, tweeted out congratulations to the 35-year-old rapper from London. Posting a picture of the Shutdown rapper in his traditional clothes and holding up his certificate, she wrote: ‘Congratulations Chief Joseph Olaitan Adenuga!’ The 2016 Mercury Prize winner attended a ceremony in his family’s hometown of Ijebu Ode, Ogun state yesterday and was conferred with the honorary chieftaincy title Amuludun of Odo-Aje. The rapper, real name Joseph Adenuga, is of both Yoruba and Igbo ethnicity and proudly showed off a video of the ceremony to his followers on Instagram. His caption reads: ‘Thank you to the Baale, Chiefs of Odo Aje and King for presenting me with my Chieftaincy title today. ‘I am honoured and will continue to put time and love into Nigeria, especially the community of Odo Aje.’ So now we have to address the That’s Not Me hitmaker as Chief Skeppy? Incredible!
  25. An alarm has been raised after a Nigerian man was arrested forcefully and brutally by metropolitan police officers in South Africa over his driver’s license. According to reports, the Nigerian man was stopped by the police officers while driving and it was discovered he had no driver’s license. In the process of his forceful arrest, the Nigerian man was allegedly stripped Nakked as he was tried to be bundled into their vehicle. Despite the man’s screams and shouting, the police officers continued with the arrest and placed him in handcuffs. The Eze Ndigbo in South Africa took to his Facebook page to post the below; Nigeria government see what South African Government are doing to Nigeria in South Africa, naked him, heating him on his p*nis because of driving Licence of which his friend said he got. Black Africa are Slavery in South Africa, Exenophobia is better than slave. Why South African forces is very wicked towards Nigeria in South Africa why?

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