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  1. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Tuesday, 20 March, 2018, arraigned Leeroy Egebe, (alias Amedeo Dante William, Alhassan Davide) before Justice E. A. Obile of the Federal High Court, sitting in Warri, Delta State on an 8-count charge bordering on conspiracy and obtaining money by false pretence to the tune of $18,023.96 (Eigteen Thousand, Twenty- Three Hundred Dollars, Ninety- Six Cent. Egebe’s troubles began when one Vivian Varotto-Guigoz, a citizen of Switzerland, petitoned the EFCC alleging that she met one Amedeo William Dante (the defendant) who claimed to be an Italian living in the United Kingdom on a social dating site called “Badoo”. They became lovers, exchanging emotions and later cash. She alleged that on several occasions, between 12 May and 14 October, 2015, she wired a total sum of CHF 196,701,44 and EUR 15, 957.43 to different individuals in the United Kingdom, Canada and Nigeria at the request of Dante, for sundry reasons which she later discovered to be fraudulent. The payments were allegedly made in five installments: two into British accounts belonging to Amedeo William Dante and Dittimi Tamara-Finide while three were made into Nigerian accounts belonging to Alhassan Davide and Edin Obaro. The petitioner also alleged that the defendant was reaching her through some English, Canadian and Nigerian telephone numbers. The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charges when they were read to him. In view of his pleas, the prosecution counsel, M. T. Iko asked the court to fix a date for the commencement of trial. However, counsel to the defendant, K. D Alufe, made an 0ral application for bail for his client. He argued that the alleged offences were bailable and that the defendant did not jump an earlier administrative bail by the prosecution.. In his ruling, Justice Obile granted the defendant bail in the sum of N3, 000,000.00 (Three Million Naira), one surety in like sum. The surety must be a public servant in the service of Federal or Delta state government on grade level 12 and above. The defendant and the surety must depose to an affidavit of means amog other conditions. The matter was adjourned to 10 May, 2018 for trial, while the defendant was remanded in prison custody pending the perfection of his bail conditions.
  2. She Bagged a PHD and knelt Down to Thank Her Husband For His Support. Online feminists are abusing her for kneeling down and being thankful to her husband. What is your advice to these angry Birds (Feminists)?
  3. A mentally challenged woman gave birth to a cute baby boy on the street along Decimal Road by water street in Sapele, Delta State. The mother after delivering the boy – abandoned him as the baby was taken into custody by a well meaning resident. The lady seen in the photos carrying the baby – is said to have been the one taking care of the child since the mother abandoned him. The lady said, she squeezed the last money she had on her to see that the baby was circumcised yesterday. Efforts are underway to see how to help the baby and the guardian. For those who are willing to send a token to the account below for the upkeep of this baby pending when an alternative solution to the case is found, below are the bank details. Account Name: Gajere Victoria Omomati Account Number: 0014206097 Bank Name: Guarantee Trust Bank (GTB) Those who also wish to visit the baby to should call this number for direction 07038442563..
  4. A woman covered a BMW with sanitary pads during the night after an alleged dispute with the owner. The woman and her friend were seen plastering about a dozen pads all over the car in Foshan in China’s southern Guangdong Province, in a footage which emerged online. According to witnesses, the car owner was involved in a “dispute” with one of the women, who called her friend to help dish out the form of “revenge”. While witnesses did not elaborate on the nature of the dispute, reports have suggested that the BMW owner and one of the women used to date – before their relationship turned sour. The sunroof was also covered by the pads- luckily believed to be unused. Images of the pursuit were posted on social media after the car owner and passersby found the unusual sight the next morning. It is unclear whether the car owner pressed any charges for the vandalism.
  5. Imo state deputy governor Madumere in a statement released by his spokesperson, Uche Onwuchekwa, vowed that ”No man born of a woman can stop me from becoming governor” said in an apparent disregard to the position of the incumbent state governor, Rochas Okorocha , who has endorsed Uche Nwosu, his son-in-law, as his successor. Madumere who is currently fighting his biggest political battles said owing to his years of experience in the private and public sectors, he is more qualified to succeed Okorocha. “The deputy governor once more likened his betrayal from those he managed and nurtured to limelight politically to that of the betrayal of the Lord Jesus Christ, who was also betrayed by those he loved and called his friends. He, however, vowed that no man born of a woman could stop his ambition, saying that God remained the ultimate decider of anyone’s future.” the statement read. Okorocha is rumoured to be pulling his strings to kick Madumere out of office and frustrate his ambition.
  6. This picture of Jide Kosoko and a Nollywood actress running lines of the set of a film has got people talking on social media. Many are of the opinion that the legendary actor might have been flirting with his colleague considering his history with women. Mr Kosoko began his acting career as a child actor in 1964 in a television production Makanjuola. He has featured in several Nollywood movies of both English and Yoruba Genres. He was married to two wives; Karimat and Henrietta (late) with children and grandchildren.
  7. There was pandemonium yesterday in Bethel Nursery/Primary school in Sapele area of Delta state after a woman who just gave birth two weeks ago – stormed the school yesterday morning to flog the bursar after her children were not allowed to write exams because they didn’t pay their school fees. It was gathered that the woman’s husband had made trouble and threatened the headmistress a few days ago over the same issue. The woman allegedly even bit one of the teachers who was trying to restrain her from flogging the bursar. Pictured is the bursar with her flogged hand after the woman’s attack.
  8. ”To keep your woman happy, give her 0ral sex 9 times a week” – – relationship expert, Joro Olumofin tells men The self-acclaimed relationship expert said this via his Instagram page. ”Researching this Topic: 3 ways to keep your woman Happy. – Give her 0ral $ex 9 times a week – Listen to her like a sermon – Give her money Most importantly give her Head 9 times a week, you have 6 days of her period to rest but continue 2/3 days after her Period. You will have a Happy Faithful partner. Thank me later” he wrote
  9. Magdalena Malec a mother of two lost almost all of her limbs after a hospital failed to spot she was suffering from sepsis. Magdalena Malec, 31, had to have both of her legs, her right arm and the fingers of her left hand amputated after contracting the disease in the hospital. She also needed a kidney transplant to save her life after being admitted with an ectopic pregnancy. Bosses at the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital have now apologized for the medical blunder, which they accept could have been completely avoided. Magdalena said: “Now my life is not a life, it is vegetation — a fight for life. “I was waiting for six months for the amputation of my limbs, with stinking and decaying legs and arms. “Nothing will restore what I had. I will never paint my nails again, I will never make a ponytail for my daughter. “I do not trust doctors and I am very skeptical about all medical appointments and diagnoses.” Magdalena continued suffering from heavy bleeding and stomach cramps but was sent home from A&E with painkillers and anti-sickness tablets. She returned to the hospital on Christmas Day and was finally told she’d suffered an ectopic pregnancy. This occurs when a fertilized egg implants itself outside of the womb and requires urgent surgery to remove the affected fallopian tube and unviable foetus. “I had been in and out of the hospital since 22 December 2014 and by the time I was admitted on 25th December for surgery, my pain was unbearable,” she said. “That hospital hurt me badly and I probably will never trust any hospital again.” But while in recovery, Magdalena developed extensive limb ischemia, which became gangrenous and caused her body tissue to die. She later learned it was caused by a loss of blood supply due to medical staff not recognizing the classical warning signs for sepsis and failing to follow their own sepsis protocol. Magdalena had to wait six months for surgery to amputate her limbs and had to return to hospital three times a week for dialysis, with each session lasting up to four hours. During this time, her relationship with Robert also broke down due to the pressures of her disabilities. Magdalena, from Luton, Bedfordshire, said: “Nothing will restore what I had. I have been left on my own, starting with re-learning how to walk, comb my hair, eat, and brush my teeth. “From the very beginning, everything was a big challenge for me. I would wake up and not know what I should do with myself. “The only thing I dream about is decent living conditions with my disability and prostheses, which will allow me to live as normally as possible. “My life is continual hospital appointments and each hospital appointment brings sad memories. “I am susceptible to infections because my immune system is weakened by the medicines I take to support my kidneys. “I am learning how to live with pain. Going out and coping with the way people look at me is very difficult, and so is self-acceptance.” The NHS has apologized unreservedly for missing all of the classic signs of sepsis that Magdalena was experiencing, and accepts the outcome could have been avoided. Sepsis is blood poisoning caused by the body’s reaction due to an infection and it needs urgent treatment. Common symptoms include persistently high temperatures, rash and itchiness in the legs, blue and mottled limbs and inability to urinate. Magdalena has already received an interim payment to help alleviate her financial hardship, but she is expected to receive a further payout in due course.
  10. A woman who was allegedly abused and maltreated by her husband has been begging him to come and take back his bride price for two years now. According to reports, the mocked her and taunted her with his current girlfriend whom he allegedly said is prettier than her. He abused his wife. He maltreated her. He starved her. He told her that his current girlfriend is prettier. He even denied the vow he made at the altar. He said to her: “I never told you I loved you or that you would be my only wife”. He neglected and abandoned her. He threatened her with divorce. He even made a “mock demand” for the refund of the bride price. After enduring and praying for him to change, she found the courage and left the marriage. Now, for two years, she has been begging him and his people to come and take the bride price and the man has been posting her. He believes that if he does not take the bride price, he would continue to hold the lady hostage and prevent her from remarrying.
  11. A woman who welcomed a set of triplets recently is apparently overwhelmed with joy after a safe delivery. The woman gave birth to three bouncing babies, two girls, and one boy. The babies and their mother are said toe in good condition. A Facebook user, Happiness Joshua who shared pictures of the woman and her babies – said the overjoyed new mother asked for a baby but God gave her three. Congratulations to them.
  12. A young man from the Niger Delta part of Nigeria has gotten married to a woman old enough to be his biological mother in Europe. Congratulations are in order for Paul Esusu Ighomitedo from Delta state who tied the knot to his white lady from the United Kingdom. The man who is said to be one of the best vigilante members in Sapele area of Delta state – got married to his wife in a low-key fashion in the presence of family and friends. Social media users have frowned at the age difference between the duo. Research has shown that such marriage arrangements are borne out of economic benefits and travelling documents completion on the path of the younger partner. See more photos:
  13. Woman dies in church after giving testimony

    A hairdresser died in the church immediately after giving testimonies before the congregation at Universal Church of God. The deceased, simply identified as Mpofu attended a church service at Bulawayo area of Zimbabwe where she gave a testimony thanking God for the wonders He had done in her life. According to reports by B-metro, Mpofu slumped immediately after sharing her testimony and died in the church. A close relative who asked for anonymity told the media that they were very disappointed and confused as they were not sure if the testimony was the reason behind Mpofu's death. "It is very sad that our family member died this way. She was someone who was a dedicated church member which now turns to be a surprise that she died in the house which she thought was the safest," said the relative. "What is more surprising is when all this happened the church did not notify us that she had collapsed choosing to keep her for six hours. We do not know why they kept her in church when they were aware that her condition was critical, that is why we are suspecting foul play," he continued. The deceased's husband left mourners in shock when he asked all church members to leave the funeral. It was clear that he wanted nothing to do with Universal Church members and their pastors. A pastor who declined to be named said they did not bother attending the funeral as they were not on good terms with Mpofu's family. Mpofu was buried on Monday. Efforts to get a comment from the church on the incident involving their deceased member were fruitless as a pastor that invited B-Metro over for a comment asked for written questions that he said would be sent to their lawyers for a response. (B-metro)
  14. A 60-year-old woman who is obsessed with Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho has dedicated her Valentines' Day to the football manager - by getting her 35th tattoo of him down her arm. Vivien Bodycote is reportedly covered from head-to-toe in over 35 portraits of her favorite football star. So for Valentine's Day this year, Viv thought it was only right to get another tattoo dedicated to her 'one true love'. The tattoo shows a side profile of the Manchester United boss' face in a red love heart, which is situated on her left shoulder. According to reports, despite being married to husband Tony, 78, the gran-of-four admits that she would ditch her husband to be with Mourinho. Tony is so supportive of Viv's obsession that he spent £140 on her most recent tattoo as Valentine's present for his wife. Viv, from Hinckley, Leicestershire, said to Mirror Online: "I decided to dedicate my Valentine's Day to Jose because I simply love him. It was a present for Valentine's Day from my husband so that I could spend the day with Jose as well as him. "Tony and I are planning on taking my full-size Jose mannequin out for dinner to celebrate our Valentine's Day. "My body is almost fully covered with Jose tattoos, but I won't stop until there's no space left! "He gives me the hots, so why wouldn't I have him all over my body? Viv has been getting tattoos of football manager, Jose Mourinho, for the past two years and her collection has continued to grow.
  15. Up and coming Actress and Scriptwriter Uche Uba started her acting odyssey in 2010 and has since then gone further to produce her first movie. The beautiful Anambra indigene in this interview shares her story. Who is Uche Uba? I'm an actress and a scriptwriter. I'm from Anambra State, I'm 25 years old. I'm a graduate of Mass Communications from Federal Polytechnic, Anambra. I'm also a producer; I recently produced my first movie 'My Sister's Asset' Why did you decide to go into production? As an actress, I know what is happening in the industry, I know for a fact that producers make more money than actors, so I decided to give it a trial. So far, being a producer has been good; it turned out to be what I hoped for. My first production was successful, although it wasn't easy at all. What are some of the challenges you faced producing the film? Finance was a big challenge, although I wrote the story myself and didn't have to pay a scriptwriter. I had to pay actors, and getting funds wasn't easy. Also, editing and post-production were quite challenging but above all, the film came out well. Although it is not in the market yet, it is on YouTube. What is the review on YouTube like so far? People actually love the movie because it is more of a comedy film. The views are amazing and the comments I get are very encouraging. People are of the opinion that actresses are promiscuous, how true is this? I can't talk for everybody but not all actresses are promiscuous. People see us in this light because of our job, they tend to forget that what we do is make-believe and as professionals, we must do it well. Why do actresses live beyond their means? I don't think it's just actresses; it happens everywhere, every one that pretends will definitely live above their income. Do you think social media influence should be a measure of wealth? First of all, whatever you see on social media is a scam. For example, before I go on set a costumier will dress me up, a makeup artist will make me up and I will also have my pictures taken, I will eventually post the picture on social media, does that mean I'm the owner of the clothes and all? If you judge by what you see on social media, you will end up being disappointed, because people posts what they want you to see. I like to meet people before passing judgment. How do you deal with competition in the industry? I don't believe in competition because the industry is big enough for everyone to excel. Every day I try to learn new things and I also learn from other actors, I see it as doing well on my job and not a competition. Once you are good at what you do, people will call you for jobs and you won't have a problem. Who do you admire in the industry? I love Mercy Johnson Okojie so much, she is good luck, and I don't regret admiring her. Tell us about your relationship? I'm not married yet but I'm in a relationship. Some schools of thought are of the opinion that a woman is incomplete without marriage, what's your take on this? I'm an Igbo girl and with the way I was brought up, I agree that a woman is incomplete without marriage. Regardless of how much a woman makes or her level of success, she is incomplete without a husband, but that does not mean a woman has to rush into marriage because of this. How and when did your journey into acting begin? That will be in 2010, I was doing a part-time course in Awka at the time. I attended an audition and was given a minor role of a bartender. I was so excited about the experience because it was a dream come true. I kept on going for auditions and eventually I got a role for my second movie but when it was time to shoot I was placed on a condition to sleep with the director before I would be given my script. I was disappointed at this and I cried so hard, the executive producer of the movie saw me crying and I told him about what had happened, eventually, I was given my script and instead of appearing in about six scenes only, I appeared in over fourteen scenes and here I am today.
  16. Police in Uganda arrested a 24-year-old woman after she stabbed her husband to death because he refused to make love with her. Harriet Nambi, who hails from Nakiyanhja,Kaliro Town council stabbed Musa Batera 25, for refusing to have sex with her ever since she gave birth two months ago through cesarean. Until his death, Batera who was married to 3 wives was the chairman of Kaliro district Boda Boda Association, while Nambi is a primary school teacher at Kaliro Town. Hasifa Babirye, a neighbor said the couple developed some quarrels some 3 days ago where Nambi accused Batera of repeatedly refusing to sleep with her. "She told me that her husband was denying her sex yet she needed it. I asked her to wait since she had just been operated upon but she was obsessed," Babirye told police. "I tried to ask her to give it time but she said she was going to harm him and when the husband returned, she stabbed him," she added. According to residents, Nambi lured the deceased to their rented house and as soon as he entered, she started quarreling which developed into a fight. Kaliro District police boss, Joseph Kihamba, who confirmed the incident, said the suspect has been arrested and is to be charged with murder. The police boss advised couples to settle their differences with family members and relevant authorities. Source: Daily Monitor
  17. A young Zimbabwean woman by name Sinikiwe Kademunga is inspiring many people by doing ‘great’ things even though she was born without arms and knees. A 24-year-old Zimbabwean woman, Sinikiwe Kademunga is doing great things even though she was born with no arms and knees. Sinikiwe lives a radiating lifestyle as she believes nothing is impossible in life if you put your mind to it. Although she grew up with cultural, social and economic barriers, she did not let that ground her. Sinikiwe is the winner of the 2016 Courage award for the Zimbabwe International Women’s Awards (ZIWA). She is currently completing her degree in Social Work at the University of Cape Town. Sinikiwe posts inspiring photos and news on her Instagram with the handle: @i_am_sinibabe. Sinikiwe also runs a blog called Life in the shoes of a short girl where she shares her life journey to inspire and mentor other young Africans like herself to be more confident in their own bodies and believe that anything is possible in life despite their physical barriers. See more photos below…
  18. A driver who specializes in defrauding unsuspecting victims has been apprehended in Ibadan, Oyo state. According to reports gathered, the man who pretends to be taking his passengers to their destination - will look for a distraction in order to scam his victim during the course of the journey. The man was nabbed after he defrauded a woman of N65,000 while travelling to see her child schooling at the Federal University of Technology, Akure in Ondo state... After boarding the bus in Ibadan, the woman was taken to another place where the driver and others scammed her of N65,000 .. She had to resort to begging for transport money to travel before the man was caught.
  19. Your Screen Goddess Tonto Dike recently paid a visit to the Disabled in Abuja, in celebration of United Nations international world disability day, The Mother of one and divorcee was seen carrying one of the disabled women as smiled all through,. See more photos below!
  20. A worker with Inner City Mission for Children (ICM4C), under the Christ Embassy Church canopy, Mrs. Brenda Nwanguma,is threatening to drag senoir pastor, Pastor Kenechukwu Kanu aka Kaycee to court. According to New Telegraph, Nwanguma is demanding justice in respect of alleged work place harassment, intimidation, blackmail and libel. Nwanguma's lawyer, Samuel Akpologun, has already petitioned the church. She is threatening to take the church and Pastor Kaycee to court if nothing was done to address and back. Earlier this year, Nwanguma, a mother of three, had accused Pastor Kaycee of sexually harassing and victimizing her. . While Nwanguma accused Kaycee, a father of two, of sexual harassment, Kaycee countered by calling her a, "loose woman who has slept with at least two to three men here. Her husband doesn't know her. He should go and put his house in order. I'm a man of the cloth. There're certain things I shouldn't say." Nwanguma had further accused Kaycee of having a penchant for sexually harassing and even succeeding in sleeping with women in the organization. She noted that it was because she rebuffed Kaycee's sexual advances that led to her being victimized. Part of Akpologun's petition states: "It is our brief that on April 3, 2017, our client, Brenda Nwanguma, who is a staff in your organisation, made a complaint to the Head of Administration of the said mission, Pastor Ifeoma Chiemeka, through electronic mail on the following; sexual harassment. She said that Pastor Kaycee, had been sexually harassing our client by making demands to have canal knowledge of her in return for facilitating her transfer from a department with an oppressive boss, to another department." The lawyer further stated that because his client turned down Kaycee's sexual advances, the cleric resorted to victimizing her by posting and transferring her twice, within the space of a month." She has decided to take the matter to court after endlessly waiting to hear from the committee constituted by the church to look into the allegation.

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