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  1. A young artiste named DJ Dream Ogbu was this morning shot dead by armed robbers in Aba area of Abia state. According to reports, killed the upcoming musician who was preparing for a remix of one of his songs with a colleague – after a robbery operation in his house. His grieving friend, Dj’iykemoni D’mixkiller wrote: Just happened dis morning DjDream Ogbu why?? ????? Why u left me I just de plan to do coded remix with u. And I saw u yesterday we discussed about dis. why DJ dreams Y Dem go kill u just like dat #story_line Armed robbers came to dere house thief every thing finish And killed him #what_a_world Humble man for dat matter Now u have killed him #what_is_ur_gain Chai Don’t pass dis post without typing #RIP He is our man.. See Graphic Photo below…
  2. In a determined bid to protest a range of issues from bad roads, poor hospital conditions, the high cost of living, pollution, and unemployment, some youths in Angola have kicked off a bizarre trend on social media. A hashtag #acabademematar, which translates roughly as “kill me already” is currently trending on social media as young Angolans pose for pictures where they are seen playing dead. The country’s popular blogger, Lunga Izata, who spoke on the reason behind the new trend, said the photos are in protest to a range of issues from bad roads, poor hospital conditions, the high cost of living, pollution, and unemployment to the lack of schools. She wrote: “Yesterday while longing for news that there may be a possibility of easing the country’s economic crisis, I was saddened to hear that children have not been to school for five years.” See more of the photos from the trend below:
  3. A grieving mum who wanted to be artificially inseminated with her dead son's sperm now has twins after being told by doctors she needed a surrogate to complete her dream of "reincarnating" her child. Rajashree Patil, 49, was informed by doctors that she was unfit for IVF treatment using a sample taken from her son Prathamesh, who died of a deadly tumor. She had wanted to conceive the children herself by being the surrogate mother but doctors said she was medically unfit as she had already begun her menopause, the Daily Mail reports. Inset: Grieving mum Prathamesh Patil, 49, (left) alongside her doctor (right) in orange gown with the New Born Twin Babies Photo Credit - CEN Instead, his semen was used to fertilize an egg which was given by an anonymous donor, who was not related to the family, before being implanted into a close relative. The surrogate, 35, has now given birth to twins and Rajashree says she will raise the little boy and girl, who are technically her grandchildren, as though they are her own. She called the boy Prathamesh while she named the little girl after her daughter Prisha, who will help her raise the babies. Source: DailyMail
  4. The Presidency rose yesterday in its own defence over the inclusion of the names of some dead persons as chairmen or members of newly constituted boards and parastatals. It said it was all a mistake which would be rectified in due course. No fewer than three of the appointees -Chief Frank Okpozo, Mr. Donald Ugbaja and Christopher Utov – were already dead when the list of 209 chairmen and 1258 board members were released by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr. Boss Mustapha, on Friday night.Okpozo was named as Chairman of the Nigerian Press Council; Ugbaja, a retired deputy Inspector General of Police, was listed as a member of the Consumers Protection Council while Utov was included as a board member of the Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER). The development sparked heavy criticism of government especially on social media. Speaking to reporters yesterday on the issue, the Senior Special Assistant to the on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu said that the list was prepared before President Muhammadu Buhari took ill and was released by the SGF without any alteration. The President, he said, had requested 50 names from each of the state chapters of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in 2015. The nominations were harmonized by the national secretariat of the party which then submitted the list to the immediate past SGF, Babachir Lawal. Shehu said: “However, complaints arose from some governors who felt they were not carried along in the process. “To answer this, the president constituted a committee under the vice president to review and reflect the interest of the governors.” He said that the report submitted by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo was delayed because of President Buhari’s illness and his subsequent medical vacation abroad. “The president’s trips for medical attention slowed down completion of the process,” he said. The president only decided to revisit the matter recently and therefore directed the new SGF to release the list, he said. “The current SGF was only directed to complete that process by releasing the list which he apparently did without altering it. “The new SGF did what he was asked to do. There is nothing scandalous or extraordinary about what has happened.” The SGF in a statement attached to the list of the appointees said the constitution of the boards was “very necessary, so as to provide a proper governance and oversight structure for government agencies and parastatals.” He added: “The constitution of the boards with the appointments is a demonstration of this government’s efforts aimed at building strong institutions of governance, and by extension, improving the quality of policy formulation and supervision. “While these appointments represent a substantial number of hitherto pending board appointments, some more appointments are still being processed and will be released in due course. “The appointments take immediate effect and Ministers are advised to inaugurate the boards after letters of appointment have been issued.” But some Nigerians were not amused by the inclusion of the names of some dead persons on the list. They took to Twitter and Facebook to register their disappointment and embarrassment. One @royaltyuso writing on his Twitter handle said government officials “will soon say the appointments were strategic and that’s because non-living people do not loot. Femi Adesina will term it posthumous appointment. And that it was rightly placed.” O’Seun Ogunseitan, writing on his Facebook wall said: “The error conclusively gives an idea of why very few good things are happening in the country, the way we want it. “The indications are that most of the Board appointees were never consulted, before the appointments and that the federal government did not even try to find out how the appointees plan to change the state of things in the country.
  5. Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, according to multiple online reports allegedly resurrected a baby who was confirmed dead during a program at the Adoration ministry in Enugu state yesterday. Social media users say the popular Catholic priest revived the child after she was brought to the crowded crusade in a box and handed to him. He handed her back to her mother who was seemingly excited! Photos below.
  6. A security guard whose name is still to be revealed, has been shot dead by suspected armed robbers in the early hours of today at the Pickup Garage, Amai Junction in Obiaruku Community, headquarters of Ukwuani Local Government Area of Delta State. It was reported that the Suspected armed robbers also burgled some shops and carted away mobile phones and other accessories worth millions of Naira. The gruesome murder of the security guard who is from Hausa has thrown the community into confusion with many afraid of who might be next. The Obiaruku Divisional Police Officer declined comments on the matter but a source within the police who craved anonymity confirmed the report saying, "The Security guard was gruesomely murdered. We will do our best to get the culprits, I assure you." Contacted, the Delta State Acting Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Andrew Aniamaka confirmed the report just as he assured that investigation is on to bring the perpetrators to justice. In recent times, commercial motorcycle operators have been robbed and dispossessed of their bikes and other valuables in Obiaruku while the perpetrators of the heinous crimes remain unmasked.

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