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Doctor Falls Asleep At Operating Table After Performing 6 Surgeries For 20 Hours Without Break (Photos)

Posted on Friday, 11 January 2019 with No comments
A doctor who went 20 hours without a break, performing as many as 6 surgeries on patients, has fallen asleep at the operating table.



A Chinese surgeon has been hailed as a hero after working about 20 hours non-stop to save urgent patients.

A poignant picture shows orthopedic surgeon Luo Shanpeng falling asleep by the operating table after re-attaching the severed arm for a migrant worker.

He was sleeping while squatting down by the table, still holding the arm he had just re-attached for the patient.

He had performed five operations and his sixth surgery lasted for eight hours.

'Seeing this makes my heart ache,' said the nurse who took the picture of her colleague out of respect. The picture has gone viral after appearing on WeChat, a Chinese messaging platform.

Luo works for the No. 6 People's Hospital of Guiyang in south-eastern China's Guizhou Province.

He told Guiyang Evening News that he had already performed five operations when a patient was rushed into the hospital at around 6pm on January 3.

The patient's right arm had been mangled in a meat mincer and nearly torn off from his body.



Luo decided to carry out emergency surgery for the patient despite the fact that he had already worked over time.

'Otherwise, the patient would lose his arm.'

Commenting on the picture, Luo said: 'I wanted to shut my eyes and have a rest. I didn't expect to fall asleep.'

The picture was taken at around 4am the next day.

He told the local newspaper that he had worked nearly 20 hours without a break by then. He held the patient's arm because the patient was still undergoing general anesthesia, and the arm couldn't touch anything until the cast on it dries up.

Therefore, he held the arm for the patient. This also kept the blood circulating in the arm for the patient. 

Speaking to video platform Pear, Luo said though he was tired at the time, he agreed to perform the surgery as he felt he could still concentrate.

He said as a surgeon it was important for him to keep his body healthy and his mind clear.

Luo added that it was an honour to become a surgeon and the happiest thing for him was to see his patients recovering.

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Source: Daily Mail UK

Herdsmen Kill Father Of Six On Christmas Eve In Benue State

Posted on Saturday, 29 December 2018 with No comments



For Mrs. Mngohol Iorwuese, 32-year-old mother of six, it was a sad Yuletide as her husband and family’s breadwinner, Mr. Myaga Iorwuese, was ambushed and brutally killed by suspected herdsmen on his way to the farm.

Narrating the unfortunate incident in an exclusive interview with The Nation at his Anawah village in Gaambetiev Logo Local Government Area, Mrs. Mngohol, said her late husband went to the farm on that fateful day with a promise to return home and provide money to buy things to celebrate Christmas the following day.

She said that there was nothing to suggest that her husband was embarking on a journey of no return or that it would be the last time they would be seeing.

The distraught widow, who wept as she fielded questions from the reporter, recalled that the entire village had come under heavy attacks from January 1 until August when the attacks abated and everyone returned to their farms.

“Since August, the killings slowed down and we went into serious farming. So on the Christmas eve, my husband went to the farm with confidence that he would harvest and return on time to prepare for Christmas,” Mrs. Iorwuese said.

She said she discovered that while she was preparing food for Christmas some of her family members, surrounded her, looking sorrowful. She became worried and asked them what had happened, and one of the family members told her that her husband had been shot dead in an ambush by suspected herdsmen.

Mrs. Iorwuese said her husband was shot in the back and the bullets pierced through his stomach, killing him on the spot.

She lamented that her husband was brutally killed, leaving six children for her to cater for.

“All I want is justice. Let those who killed my husband be brought to justice so that his soul can rest in peace,” she said.

Gallant Nigerian Soldier Celebrate Birthday In Battlefield

Posted on Tuesday, 18 December 2018 with No comments



This Nigerian soldier has received kind words from many Nigerians on social media, in reaction to a photo of him celebrating his birthday at the battlefield with his colleagues.

The soldier, who is currently battling Boko Haram insurgents in the Northeast, asked friends to continue praying for him as the fight against Boko Haram continues.

How I Almost Committed Suicide In Lagos - Young Lady Shares Her Story (Photos)

Posted on Friday, 7 December 2018 with No comments
A young lady who almost committed suicide in the commercial city Lagos yesterday, has shared her shocking story on social media.



A Facebook user identified as King Mavis Amarchi, has taken to the social networking platform to reveal how God saved her from ending her life after she almost committed suicide in the Lekki are of Lagos yesterday, December 5th.
 
The young lady who is residing in Lagos said that she has been battling depression for six months and had no longing to continue living. 
 
According to her, on several occassions, she had attempted to take her life by way of overdosing on drugs or cutting herself but her mother always came through to rescue her.
 
Below is how she narrated her story and share some photos;
 
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"5-12-19 was the day I gave up on life.
I gave up on my mom, my brother, and my friends. I was tired of Life, Family, Everything. I have tried overdosing myself with series of drugs twice, but God will always send my mom to my rescue. I have been battling with depression for the past 6months. At first I tried cutting myself with blades to feel better, it helped a bit tho. One, two, three till it became a habit. Yesterday I took the worst step of my life, I headed to law school bridge lekki to end it all.

Young lady who almost committed suicide in Lagos yesterday shares her story.




When I got there I said to myself "yes this is my final bustop". But my Gracious God said No that he has plans for me. He sent his Angels to take charge over me, two policemen and a brother, they came at the peak of time.
Then I realized God's purpose for me. I realized I was selfish I never thought about the pain my mom would go through, what about my brother. I realized I only have God to talk to, the Almighty who is faithful in his words. I have learnt to talk to him when I'm down, he would listen and won't judge me, he would give me peace of mind and solution to all my problems.

Young lady who almost committed suicide in Lagos yesterday shares her story.





I alone knows what am going through and I have only God to turn to. Please try and reach out to your loved ones, call and text them people are going through a lot you know nothing about. Help me share this in every way you can, media, group chat, Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram. Help me save a life. No problem, No one is worth stressing nor dying for. GOD IS THE ONLY WAY

#This IS MY STORY
#This IS MY TESTIMONY
#KING?"

Father of Pregnant Lady Killed By Boyfriend Makes Big Demand

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Mr. Wilfred Nwovueze has insisted that Udenne Owabie aka J-BOY, the suspected killer of his pregnant daughter, Betty must marry her corpse, to avoid calamity.

Nwovueze told newsmen on Thursday that the marriage is in line with a compulsory traditional rites of Ndele people in Emohua area of Rivers State where the deceased hailed from.

He, therefore, pleaded with security agencies to ensure that justice is done in the killing of his daughter.

“I don’t want any problem. That girl is my daughter and what I want the Police to do is to allow this J-Boy of a man or his family members to marry my daughter before they bury her.

All the rites that are due any girl of marriageable age in my community will be done so that there will be no calamity,” he said.




In the meantime, the Rivers state Police Command has exhumed the body of Betty Nwovueze, the murdered girlfriend of Udenne Owabie.

The suspect, Owabie led the personnel to his room where he buried his girlfriend in a shallow grave.

Biafra: Orji Kalu summoned over Nnamdi Kanu’s whereabouts

Posted on Friday, 12 October 2018 with No comments



Orji Uzor Kalu, a former Governor of Abia State, has been summoned by the Federal High Court in Abuja, to give evidence on what he knows about the whereabouts of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).


The request for the subpoena to summon Kalu to appear in court was filed by Kanu’s lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor.

A copy of the subpoena was made available to journalists by Ejiofor on Friday.

Justice B.M. Nyako summoned Kalu, following a statement he made on September 18, 2018, claiming to know Kanu’s whereabouts.

The court summons read: “You are commanded in the name of the President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to attend before this court on the 14th day of November, 2018 at 9 o’clock in the forenoon, and so from day to day till the above case is tried, to give evidence on behalf of the defendant, with regards to your knowledge on the whereabouts of the defendant, as contained in your interview granted to Press/Media on the 18th of September 2018, after your visit to the former Head of State, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida in Minna, which interview was widely reported in the media both on print and online media.”

Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor, Kanu’s lawyer, has said Kalu is in the right position to narrate what he knows when he appears before the court.

“Orji Uzor Kalu will be in a position to narrate to the court on the aforementioned date the role he played in the abduction of my client in his home on the 14th day of September 2017, by Nigerian soldiers,” Ejiofor said.

Flood disaster hits five more states – NEMA DG

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The Director-General of the National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, Engr. Mustapha Maihaja has said that, with ongoing efforts to tackle and assist flood victims in the country, the agency has further declared national disaster in five states of Adamawa, Taraba, Rivers, Kebbi and Bayelsa following a devastating flood that ravaged the states.

He stated that this has brought to nine the number of states under national disaster caused by the flood devastation.

A statement issued on Friday by NEMA’s Head of Media and Public Relations, Sani Datti, said the four other states earlier declared last month were: Niger, Kogi, Anambra and Delta.


The statement reads, “It will be recalled that on 17th September 2018 National Disaster was declared in Kogi, Niger, Delta, Anambra States.

“In consideration of the data and information being received, in particular the Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) and guided by relevant NEMA Policy documents, additional 5 states are observed to have been impacted severely by the disaster.

“On the consultation, subsequent endorsement of all the stakeholders here present, and the delegation of Authority conferred on me by the President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, I, Eng. Mustapha Yunusa Maihaja the Director General, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) hereby declared National Disaster in the five (5) states of Adamawa, Bayelsa, Kebbi, Rivers and Taraba.

“I once again commend the efforts and commitments of all stakeholders, and the International Partners for their contribution so far to the success of this operation. This is highly appreciated.

“Finally, the addition of the 5 states declared expands the scope and the needs for the response and therefore called for more support accordingly. “


South Africa's finance minister Nhlanhla Nene resigns

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Nhlanhla Nene talks to the media at a press conference ahead of a roundtable bringing global business leaders to South Africa to discuss the government's reform agenda in Johannesburg on June 28, 2018.

Johannesburg (CNN) - South African President Cyril Ramaphosa accepted the resignation of the country's finance minister Nhlanhla Nene on Tuesday, following what the President described as "errors of judgement."

In a nationally televised address, Ramaphosa said he accepted Nene's resignation because of "errors of judgment" as a result of a controversy surrounding Nene's testimony in an ongoing graft inquiry in South Africa.

Ramaphosa announced that Tito Mboweni, a former South African Reserve Bank Governor, will replace Nene as finance minister.
Mboweni was sworn-in immediately following the address.

"After due consideration of the circumstances around this matter and in the interest of good governance, I have decided to accept his resignation," said Ramaphosa.

Nene was sacked by former president Jacob Zuma as finance minister -- in testimony to the ongoing 'state capture inquiry'.

Although, Nene says he was fired because he refused to sign onto what many saw as a questionable nuclear deal with Russia.

Nene was re-appointed after Ramaphosa assumed the presidency.

Despite his reputation as a finance minister fighting the rot of corruption, Nene recently admitted to a series of meetings during his tenure with the Gupta family, wealthy Indian expats that are accused of large-scale corruption. He previously denied having those meetings.

Several other members of Ramaphosa's cabinet have been accused of corruption and some analysts believe that Nene's resignation will put more pressure on the president to clean up his leadership team.

The influential Gupta family are implicated in a 355-page State of Capture 2016 report published by South Africa prosecutors.

It contains allegations, questionable business deals and ministerial appointments in former president Jacob Zuma's government.

The Guptas are a wealthy family who emigrated from India to South Africa, where they have built a business empire and wield much political influence.

Sources: CNN

Davido breaks the silence on news of his break up with Chioma amidst pregnancy drama

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Some moments ago, The Cable came up with the viral news that Chioma had broken up with her boo, Davido claiming that the singer impregnated another lady.

Davido has now reacted, slamming The Cable for fake news he threatens to sue them.

Taking to twitter, he wrote; “God punish u ! See u in court b*tch

See the exchange below;



APC vs PDP: No gang up can stop Buhari in 2019 – Presidency

Posted on Thursday, 11 October 2018 with No comments



The Presidency on Thursday said that there was no amount of gang-up against President Muhammadu Buhari that would stop him from emerging winner of the 2019 Presidential election.

Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Chief Femi Adesina said the regrouping of politicians against Buhari would not stop him from reclaiming his victory in next 2019 election.

Adesina stated this on his Twitter handle, @FemAdesina.

According to him: “The harder they come, the harder they fall. 2019 presidential election on my mind.”

The tweet came barely few hours after the former Vice President and Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar met with former President Olusegun Obasanjo in Abeokuta.

Obasanjo had in the meeting endorsed Atiku’s presidential ambition.

He declared that Atiku will defeat the incumbent President, Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in 2019.

According to him, he believes that Atiku has ‘re-discovered and re-positioned himself’ and is now good enough to enjoy his support in the next election.

Obasanjo said, “Let me start by congratulating President-to-be, Atiku Abubakar, for his success at the recent PDP Primary and I took note of his gracious remarks in his acceptance speech that it all started here.”

At the meeting were outspoken clerics, Bishop David Oyedepo, Bishop Matthew Kukah and Sheikh Ahmed Gumi.

Also at the meeting were leader of apex Yoruba group, Pa Ayo Adebanjo, former Ogun State Governor, Otunba Gbenga Daniel, PDP National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus, ex PDP deputy national chairman, Bode George, Senator Murray Ben-Bruce, ex Cross River Governor, Liyel Imoke, ex-Minister Osita Chidoka, among many others.

BREAKING: Ekiti Speaker, Deputy impeached

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The Speaker of Ekiti State House of Assembly, Hon Kola Oluwawole and his D, Mr Sina Animaun have been impeached.




The impeachment was carried out this afternoon by 14 members of the House.

According to a statement by his Special Assistant on Media, Stephen Gbadamosi, those who carried out the ‘illegality’ were provided police cover and they prevented other members and even staff of the House from having access to the complex, adding that some members were also suspended.

The ex-Speaker, however, described his sudden impeachment as the lowest level of lawlessness and illegality.

Davido Smokes And Drinks Amid Breakup Rumours With Chioma (Photos)

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Superstar singer, David Adeleke aka Davido has ignored rumours that his romance with Chioma Avril Rowland has hit the rocks.

Davido was seen smoking and drinking after a controversial blogger, Kemi Olunloyo posted on Twitter claims that his publicised relationship with his girlfriend, Chioma has hit the rocks.

The father of two seems unconcerned about the rumours which have dominated the Nigerian blogosphere.

Kemi Olunloyo, mocking Davido wrote:
"#HNNGossip Sad month for Davido. Remembering his late friends especially the murdered DJ and his pal Chime, his uncle losing that crazy #OsunDecides, his NYSC camp so shitty and Chioma breaking up with him. Never put your lover in a music video. #Pray4Davido sha

The popstar who is also popularly called Omo Baba Olowo who seemed unfazed by the rumours was seen in his usual esctatic self indulging in alcohol and puffing on some unknown substance.







2019 election: Muslim group warns CAN over plan to monitor election, mocks Adeleke

Posted on Monday, 8 October 2018 with No comments


The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has reacted to moves by the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, to deploy 300 observers during the 2019 elections as well as certain subterranean manoeuvres in the political arena.

 MURIC said CAN was over-reaching itself, adding that monitoring elections in Nigeria has never been based on religious affiliation.

 MURIC said this in a statement signed by its director and founder, Professor Ishaq Akintola, and made available to DAILY POST on Monday, where the organization advised CAN to give what belongs to Ceasar to Ceasar.

MURIC further claimed that CAN’s observation of the election can never be neutral, adding that Christian clergies have openly exhorted their followers not to vote for Muslims.

The Muslim rights group’s statement continues, “CAN is overreaching itself. The monitoring of elections in this country has never been based on religious affiliation. The last time we checked, no country in the whole wide world has been doing that. The avalanche of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) is more than enough as neutral observers. We advise CAN to give unto Ceasar what belongs to Ceasar (Mathew 22:21).

“Come to think of it, how does CAN expect to guarantee its neutrality as an observer? Who doesn’t know what the reports of CAN’s observers will contain? It is very simple given the anti-Muslim threats and post-Christian comments of pastors in the past two years. Christian clergies have openly exhorted their followers not to vote for Muslims.

“So what they will be reporting as observers is very easy to guess. CAN has shown beyond any reasonable doubt that it has vested interest. We, therefore, advise the Independent National Electoral Commision (INEC) to ignore CAN’s request on the issue of observers.”

MURIC also accused CAN of seeking to impose Christian governors in all South Western states.

“Our neighbours do not believe in sharing with others. They must take everything. To them the method does not matter. Fair or foul means mean the same to them.

“Otherwise how does one explain CAN’s demand that INEC should declare Ademola Adeleke as the winner of Osun gubernatorial election when CAN is not unaware that Adeleke scored F9 parallel in WAEC and the police has a case of examination malpractice waiting for him?

“What kind of governor will Adeleke be? What example can he give the youths of the State of Osun? Will he have the moral right to condemn students who engage in examination malpractice or cultism?

“Adeleke will certainly desecrate the revered office of the governor. Or does CAN think dancing alone is enough as qualification for the post of governor? CAN wants to sacrifice excellence on the altar of mediocrity. Just because of religion?

“How does a governor with such a low level of education appreciate the value of education in the state? How will he relate with professors and doctorate degree holders in his executive when no hospital has the cure for inferiority complex?

“We like to place it on record that CAN is the one that often forces MURIC to engage it in polemics. We cannot keep quiet when CAN adopts an aggressive political agenda which is detrimental to the interest of Muslims.

“MURIC has a moral obligation to defend the interest of Muslims. The atmosphere will be cleaner and safer if CAN will not seek to arrogate all political offices to Christians or make ridiculous demands like seeking to enthrone the least qualified citizen in a state as governor.

“Can CAN deny that its leaders met the Oyo State governor about three weeks ago to demand that the next governor of the state must be a Christian? Was that also not CAN’s battle cry for the heart of Lagos in 2015? Today, Lagos, Ondo and Ekiti are ruled by Christian governors while Ogun, Osun and Oyo have Muslims as governors. That means Christians have three governors while Muslims also have three. But CAN is not satisfied. Its own idea of neighbourliness is to seize the whole South West. Our people say that the eagle that perches on a treetop does not know that those on the ground are watching it.

“We know the rationale for CAN’s interest and we understand. Patronage becomes specially juicy, pecuniary benefits become more secretive and political appointments get more lopsided when its cronies are made governors. But should religion be the main criterion for choice of state governors?

“We advise CAN to do away with its domineering complex. Religious leaders should allow the electorate to choose candidates with the right leadership qualities like vision, high-level intelligence, accessibility, credibility, integrity, probity and accountability. Any candidate who possesses these qualities should be the favourite of the electorate. It does not matter whether he is a Christian or a Muslim. Only thus can such candidates perform when they get into office. For the avoidance of doubt, MURIC is prepared to accept and support any Christian candidate who possesses the right qualities.

“Let us pick candidates on the basis of what they are capable of doing and not on the basis of their religious affiliation. We must look for candidates who will eliminate corruption, improve infrastructure, provide job opportunities, care for retirees and senior citizens, diversify the economy, pursue a rigorous public health scheme, provide 24-hour power supply and turn the education sector into the pride of scholars. CAN should, therefore, stop making demands for Christians to be picked as gubernatorial candidates or presidents. It is parochial, myopic and counter-productive.

“CAN should also realize the Utopian nature of the ‘Christians vote for Christians’ dogma. It is unrealistic in the Nigerian setting. For example, now, former Vice President Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and President Muhammadu Buhari have emerged as candidates of the two major political parties and both happen to be Muslims. How does that fit into the Christian agenda?

“MURIC appeals to CAN to think Nigeria and to work towards emancipating the masses from the grip of the few wealthy, greedy and selfish citizens. How do we explain a situation where only 1% of the population arrogate to themselves 85% of the total wealth while the overwhelming 99% fight over just 15% of the resources? The hard fact is that Christians and Muslims are among the 1% superfluously rich while the 99% hoi polloi are also Christians and Muslims.

“This is the area that should concern religious leaders. We should find solutions to poverty, illiteracy and disease. Christian and Muslim leaders should put their heads under the same thinking cap to find solution to corruption, insecurity and other problems plaguing the nation. We should think less of the religion of the president or the governor because that is often done for personal aggrandisement and other narrow ends.

“A political culture based on religious affiliation cannot give us good roads, efficient electricity supply, qualitative education, reliable public health system, etc. It can only give the religious leaders and their families more private jets, more private universities and more contracts while the followers continue to wallow in abject poverty. Directing our followers to focus on religious affiliation alone is symptomatic of acute desertification of patriotism.

“We appeal to well-meaning Nigerians to caution CAN leadership on its political misadventures. Nigerian Muslims and their leaders are not known for making explosive or provocative statements. Neither are they known for hobnobbing with people in the corridor of power. CAN has had a field day in that respect for a very long time. It can no longer enjoy that monopoly. CAN should know when the ovation is loudest. The world is now a tiny village and nothing is hidden any longer.

“We confuse Nigerians when Christian leaders speak and Muslim leaders react or vice versa. It stokes the fire of religious crisis. It also confuses and embarrasses political leaders. A more mature way is for us to follow the path of dialogue based on mutual respect. We need to interface frequently at both high and grassroots levels. Leaders from both divides should invite one another to their homes and allow Nigerians to see how they relate cordially. This will boost peaceful coexistence.

“In a nutshell, MURIC implores INEC to ignore CAN’s request on the monitoring of 2019 elections. CAN should allow sleeping dogs to lie. Religious leaders must help in changing this country’s political culture. Merit should be the watchword, not mediocrity. We must not make demands for the emergence of Christian or Muslim candidates. We must educate our followers to appreciate transparency, credibility, integrity and good antecedence in candidates.”

Nigerians react as Aisha Buhari blasts APC, Oshiomhole over conduct of primary elections

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Nigerians have reacted to Aisha Buhari’s condemnation of the primary elections conducted by the All Progressives Congress, APC, in some states.

DAILY POST has reported that Aisha in a post on her verified Twitter page on Sunday, expressed disappointment over the processes employed by the ruling party during the exercise.

She, therefore, called on Nigerians to speak out against such impunity employed by ruling party leadership.
Reacting, Nigerians on social media expressed divergent opinions over her comment.

While some applauded her for speaking out, others accused her of criticizing the process because her brother lost the APC Adamawa State governorship primary.

BREAKING: Gov Okorocha’s son-in-law, Nwosu wins APC governorship ticket in Imo

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Ugwumba Uche Nwosu, a former Chief of Staff to the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, has emerged as the All Progressives Congress, APC, candidate for the 2019 governorship election in the state.


Nwosu is a son in-law to the outgoing governor, Okorocha.

The former Chief of Staff polled 269, 524 to defeat eight other contestants.


For Imo East (Owerri zone), Engr. Emma Ojinere was declared winner with 41,562 votes while Okorocha Commissioner for Information, Prof. Nnamdi Obiareri defeated the incumbent senator from Imo North (Okigwe zone), Mr. Benjamin Uwajumogu by 67, 438 to 5, 743 votes.

Chairman of the Imo State APC governorship primaries, Brig. Gen. Ibrahim Agbabiaka (rtd), who made the announcement of the results at about 3.30 am Sunday morning, said that all the nine aspirants contested in the governorship election.

Nwosu closest rival was Chuks Ololo, who polled 6428 votes, while the Deputy Governor. Eze Madumere got 2, 646 votes.

Agbabiaka lauded the conduct of the members of the party, who painstakingly went through the exercise, despite the hiccups that attended the first one.

Too Charming: Check Out The Six Most Beautiful Wives Of Nigerian Governors (Photos)

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It is public knowledge that some Nigerian governors have really beautiful wives. These are some of those women.





From the North to South of Nigeria, governors parade not only intelligent but also very beautiful wives. Despite their age, they stand out, each time they make appearances at functions.
 
Here is Allure’s six most beautiful wives of Nigerian governors.
 
Justice Suzette Eberechi Nyesom-wike (Rivers)



One of the most beautiful governor’s wives in Nigeria is Justice Suzette Eberechi Nyesom-Wike. Suzette is a beauty goddess. She is the first Lady of Rivers and a justice in the Rivers State High court. The UK trained lawyer was born in 1972 and is very intelligent. Her beauty stands her out in functions.
 
Funsho Amosun



Delectable Mrs. Funsho Amosun is the wife of the Ogun state Governor.
 
She is not only stylish, she is pretty and bold. Even after five children, she can boast of a very good figure, which makes any cloth she wears seat well on her.
 
She is popular in her state for her involvement in maternal, child health and youth development programmes.
 
Mrs. Rashidat Bello (Kogi state)



Mrs. Rashidat Bello is the wife of Kogi state Governor. Her husband is the youngest state governor in Nigeria. Rashidat is very stylish and pretty. She is in her mid-twenties and a cynosure in the eyes of many young men. Rashidat is an accounting graduate from University of Abuja and a passionate women and child rights activist. Aside from being stylish, Mrs Bello was formerly the executive director at Fair plus International Limited before the election of her husband as governor of Kogi state.
 
Dr. Zainab Abubakar Atiku Bagudu (Kebbi state)




Dr. Zainab Abubakar Atiku Bagudu, is a medical doctor and is First Lady of Kebbi State.
 
Daughter of Alhaji Umar Shinkafi, former head of the defunct National Security Organisation (NSO).
 
Dr. Bagudu is a medical doctor and in fact a reputable consultant paediatrician in Nigeria. She is the founder, medical director and chief executive officer of Medicaid radio diagnostics centre in Abuja.
 
Dr Bagudu has a great sense of fashion and is a woman of vogue style.
 
When it comes to creating the northern beauty, Doctor Zainab knows how to step out in style in the Northern Nigerian way.
 
She is very passionate about children and women health care and has a great sense of fashion and class.
 
Hajia Hadiza El Rufai (Kaduna)




Hajia Hadiza is one of the wives of Nasri El-Rufai, governor of Kaduna State.
 
She is excellent in also showcasing the beauty of the Northerners.
 
She is an Architect by profession, having obtained her qualification in Architecture from the prestigious Ahmadu Bello University. She owns and runs a successful architectural firm in the Northern parts of the country. and an advocate of women professionalism.
 
Her elegance and style stand her out of the crowd.
 
She is a graduate of ABU and holds a Master’s degree in creative writing from UK. She really complements her husband’s penchant for infrastructural development in Kaduna state.
 
Iara Oshiomole (Edo)



Beautiful Iara Oshiomole stole the heart of her husband, former Edo State governor, Adams Oshiomole in 2015. She also steals the show with her breath-taking figure, each time she steps out for functions.
 
Originally from Cape Verde, the light-skinned bevy of beauty is a former model and air hostess.
 
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Armed Robbers Attack Singer, Victor Adere, Abduct His Hype Man In Ogun (Video)

Posted on Saturday, 6 October 2018 with No comments
Nigerian singer, Victor Adere, has been attacked by some armed robbers who abducted his hype man in Ogun state.



Victor Adere, a fast rising Nigerian singer, has told the stunning story of how he escaped death after being attacked by armed robbers.

The singer shared his traumatic experience with the armed robbers on his Instagram page, revealing that they even abducted his hype man.

The attack took place in Ogun State.



Narrating his ordeal, Victor wrote: "I want to use this opportunity to say a very big thank you to God for the gift of life today,

"Yesterday I had a close shave with death.

"I was billed to hold a performance in Benin City, the airlines had to cancel the flight due to bad weather . My team and I decided to move by road
In order to catch up with the show based on the respect I have for my fans,

"On my way around shagamu, robbers attacked us and this was very destabilizing.

"My personal effects were forcefully taken from me while some of my team members and I ran into the bush, I can still remember the robbers shouting “shoot anyone you see” they left with my hype man ( whose wife Just gave birth to twins) who pleaded for his life, he was forced to use POS machines to make transfers to the deadly squad.

"Above all my team and I are alive, and I am grateful to God for the grace of life!!! #prayforgracemagee"

Victor also shared a video showing the aftermath of the attack. Watch below:


Shocking Photo Of Man Who Killed His Own Brother And Wife In Ogun

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A man who had the nerve to attack and kill his own brother and his wife in a community in Ogun State, has been nabbed. 





A man identified as Okwudili Okoro has been nabbed by the Ogun State Police Command for allegedly hacking to death his elder brother, Azuibike Okoro and his wife, Jacinta.
 
According to a report by Punch Metro, he suspect was said to have been arrested after one Joseph Nwagu reported at the Sango Police Division of the command that the couple had been killed by the suspect and one Kenneth, who came from Sapon in Abeokuta to join in committing the crime.
 
On receiving the report, the Divisional Police Officer, Sango division, Nasirudeen Oyedele, reportedly led detectives to the scene where the suspect was arrested.
 
His accomplice was, however, said to have escaped.
 
The state Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said on interrogation, the Ebonyi State indigene claimed to have served his deceased brother as an apprentice in his cosmetics trade for three years, and when it was time for him to be settled, his brother made excuses.
 
Oyeyemi said the suspect further added that when he realised that his brother was not ready to settle him, he contracted his accomplice, Kenneth.

“The suspect told the police that they bought two cutlasses, sharpened them and headed for his deceased brother’s house in the Ijako area of the state.

“The suspect further told his interrogators that on getting to the deceased’s house, they met him eating with his wife and before he could utter a word, they had descended heavily on them with the cutlasses and hacked them to death,” the police spokesman said.
 
Oyeyemi noted that the two corpses had been deposited in the mortuary at the state General Hospital, Ota, for post-mortem examination.
 
Meanwhile, the state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to the Homicide Section of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Abeokuta, for investigation.
 
He also directed that the fleeing accomplice be hunted and brought to book within the shortest possible time.
 
Iliyasu appealed to residents of the state not to take any threat to their lives lightly by reporting such to the police no matter who was involved.

Horror: Check Out The Shocking Thing A Father Did To His Own Son In Ondo (Photos)

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A father has gotten himself into very serious trouble after wrecking damage on his own son with a broom in Ondo. 





A father has been reportedly arrested by authorities after he was found out to have flogged his son with a broom to the extent that he left the poor boy with too many marks all over his body.
 
According to Omo Edema, Rotiba, a single father of two, from Oke-Ijebu, Akure, Ondo State Nigeria, in what he believed to be moderate correctional measure to prevent one of his children from stealing, terribly whipped him with a bunch of broom.
 
The five-year-old child was left with blood-laden marks all over his body.
 
However, as the little boy was in pain, his father was also facing questioning at the Ondo State Command’s Headquarters of NSCDC, Alagbaka, Akure.

Why Nigerians Should Beware Of Imported Rice - Federal Govt. Warns

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The President Muhamamdu Buhari-led federal government has fired a warning to millions of Nigerians over the purchase and consumption of imported rice. 





While speaking at a media briefing in Lagos on Monday, the minister of information, Lai Mohammed, cautioned Nigerians over the unhealthy status of imported rice smuggled into the country.
 
According to TheCable, the minister said the government could not guarantee the healthy status of the rice having spent months on the high seas and warehouses.
 
He appealed to Nigerians to complement the efforts of the government by consuming only locally-grown and processed rice which he said “is fresher, tastier and healthier’’.
 
"We don’t know where or how imported rice is made or how old it is. It is reported that most of the rice dumped on us are old and probably rejected.
 
"The citizens of those countries do not eat this rice. The citizens of Benin Republic also do not eat it. But they send it to us. Unhealthy foods are dangerous to our health. So, let’s eat what we can vouch for."
 
The minister noted that rice smuggling was the biggest challenge facing rice production in Nigeria.
 
Quoting the Rice Millers Importers and Distributors Association of Nigeria (RIMIDAN), he said more than two million metric tonnes (MT) of parboiled rice were smuggled into Nigeria in 2017.
 
Lai Mohammed said smuggled rice was primarily sourced from Thailand and India and came into Nigeria through the country’s borders with Benin, Niger and Cameroon.
 
“In Benin Republic, the total demand for white rice (white rice is consumed in Benin, against parboiled rice in Nigeria) is 400,000 MT. Yet, the country with a population of about 11 million imports between one million and 1.2m MT of rice annually," he said.
 
“Who are they importing for? Nigerians, of course. In fact, as Nigeria’s rice import falls, Benin’s rice imports increase. Most of the parboiled rice imported by Benin eventually land in Nigeria through smuggling."
 
The minister said smuggled rice costs between N11,000 and N13,000 per 50kg bag, while Nigerian-processed rice sells for between N14,500 and N15,000 per 50kg bag.
 
Explaining why the price of local rice was higher, he said Cameroon and Benin Republics had lowered tariff payable on rice to five percent to encourage importation and subsequent smuggling into Nigeria.
 
He added that Thailand and India where the smuggled rice were sourced also gave a high level of subsidies to rice farmers and rice processors.
 
The minister disclosed that the local rice producers had made some representations to the government on how Nigerian rice could compete favourably, in terms of pricing, with the heavily subsidised imported rice.
 
He assured that the government would work on the presentations to formulate policies and take steps that will bring down the price of local rice.
 
“Nigerians should remember that every time they eat imported rice, they are eating the jobs that would have been created for Nigerians,” he said.
 
“It is important for Nigerians to know that when they consume imported rice, they are creating jobs in India and Thailand and destroying jobs across our country.
 

“Today, we have rice farmers in all states and all geopolitical zones. In fact, most of us have friends and relatives who are farming rice. So if we don’t patronise their products, we are destroying their livelihoods.”

Unbelievable: See The Woman Who Used Rented Children To Make Money In Edo State (Photos)

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A woman has nabbed after it was found out she was using rented children to make money in Edo State. 




A woman identified as Chinyere Blessing from Enugu state has been arrested by the Edo State Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development.
 
 
The woman was nabbed after she was discovered to be in the habit of using rented kids  to beg for money.
 
Local reports show that the attention of the Edo State Ministry of Women Affairs was on Thursday, drawn to a woman at Ring Road in the centre of Benin City, who is in the habit of using what she claimed to be her children, a set of triplet, to beg for money.




Immediately, she was arrested and brought to the office of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, and upon searching her, a total of ₦104,240 was recovered from her.

Upon further investigation by the police of Family Unit, State CID, and after obtaining a full confession from the ring leader, the real mothers of two of the children were found and arrested at their hotel room in Benin City.
 
They all have confessed to the crime and admitted to this being their fourth trip to Benin for their illicit business.

Wow! Female NYSC Member Turns Her Khaki Trouser Into 'Designer Skirt' To Celebrate Birthday (Photos)

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A female member of the National Youth Service Corps has creatively turned her khaki trousers into something more fashionable.




In recent times, it has become apparent that Members of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, have created a trend which allows to occasionally modify to  their khaki uniforms into more fashionable designs and rock them outdoors.
 
This time, a female corps member, caught people's attention online after she released some delectable photos of herself rocking her khaki uniform, the shape and size of which has been modified.
 
The lady identified as Benedicta Etim who serves in Ebonyi State, got creative with her uniform to mark what happens to be her birthday.
 
Social media users have joked that the lady's modified khaki now looks like a "designer skirt".
 
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Robbers Burnt To Death By Mob In Uyo (Graphic Photos)

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Some suspected armed robbers operating in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria have met their waterloo after an angry mob subjected them to jungle justice.



The scene of the mob attack



Three suspected robbers met their end at the hands of an angry mob today at Uyo-Itam junction along Calabar/Itu Highway in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state capital.
 
After their alleged capture, the suspects were descended upon and beaten mercilessly before they were set ablaze by irate residents of the area.
 
The jungle justice was said to have happened quickly before the arrival of the police authorities. 


See The Face Of Man Who Poured Acid On His UNIMAID Girlfriend (Photos)

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After being on the run for a while, Police in Borno have finally arrested a suspect who allegedly poured acid on his girlfriend.


Fatima Usman after the attack (L), before the attack (R)



Police operatives attached to the Borno state command have apprehended one Musa Faisal in connection with alleged acid attack on his 26-year old girlfriend, Fatima Usman. The Commissioner of Police (CP) in the state, Mr Damian Chukwu, made the disclosure while briefing newsmen in Maiduguri on Thursday.

Fatima Usman, a final year student of Department of Nursing, University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) was attacked with corrosive fluid by suspected tricycle operators in Maiduguri on March 16.

The police boss also revealed that the suspect and the victim dated for over four years and Fatima Usman’s parents rejected the marriage proposal by Faisal.

She sustained serious injuries on the face and other parts of her body as a result of the attack.


Suspect, Musa Faisal




Chukwu disclosed that the suspect, Musa Faisal, was arrested by men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in Kano.

He explained that the police had also arrested one Muhammad Babangida, who conspired with Faisal and attacked the girl.

The commissioner said preliminary investigation indicated that the suspects conspired and assaulted the girl, contrary to the notion that she was attacked by tricycle operators.

The police said that the suspects had admitted committing the offence, adding that they would soon be charged to court.

MMM Founder, Sergei Mavrodi, Dies Of Heart Attack

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Russian businessman Sergei Mavrodi, whose MMM pyramid scheme deprived millions of Russians of their savings in the 1990s, has died of a heart attack, according to Russia media.

Reports said the 62-year-old was rushed to the hospital late on March 25 with pain in his chest and died several hours later.

Mavrodi’s MMM financial pyramid was a typical Ponzi scheme in which earlier investors receive their profits from subsequent investors. Mavrodi promised returns of 20 percent to 75 percent a month, as well as lotteries and bonuses for investors.
In 2007, a Moscow court found him guilty of financial fraud and sentenced him to 4 1/2 years in a penal colony.
In 2011, Mavrodi launched another pyramid scheme called MMM-2011, calling on investors to purchase so-called Mavro currency units in a bid to get rid of the “unfair” financial system. Some 15 months later, Mavrodi halted the project.
From 2011-16, Mavrodi launched Ponzi schemes under the MMM brand in India, China, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Nigeria.

In many of those countries, Mavrodi’s operations were subsequently shut down or suspended.

See The Photo Of Dapchi Girls And Buhari That Got People Talking

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Social media users are presently making jokes out of this picture of President Muhammadu Buhari and the Dapchi girls during their visit to the Aso Rock Villa in Abuja. 

The picture in question



This is a hilarious photo of President Muhammadu Buhari talking with the only boy among the 104 girls returned to Dapchi town yesterday by the Boko Haram sect after negotiations with the government.
 
Some social media users have assumed the discussions the President had with the boy as seen in the photo. The joke goes thus:
 
Buhari: look at your wuru wuru eyes, what takes you to girls' hostel and what where you doing there?
 
Boy: Baba it's a blessing in disguise. At least I have met you sir.

Singer, Kiss Daniel Flaunts His Diamond Encrusted New Chain Reportedly Worth N14Million (Photos)

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Popular Nigerian singer, Kiss Daniel, has flaunted his new prized asset - a diamond encrusted chain which is reportedly worth a whooping N14million.


Kiss Daniel with his new chain




Multi-award winning Nigerian recording artist, performer and entertainer, Anidugbe Oluwatobiloba Daniel, popularly known as Kiss Daniel, who is best known for his chart-topping single "Woju", has taken to his Instagram page to show off his prized possession.
 
Kiss Daniel shared the photos of his diamond encrusted customized chain on his social media and gave credit to the UK-based Nigerian jeweler, Malivelihood, who made the piece.
 
The celebrity jeweler, Malivelihood took to the comment section of the post and confirmed the prized of the chain by saying, "N14million no be small thing o."
 
See the expensive chain below;



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