Wednesday, 7 December 2016
Actress, movie producer, singer and model, Zainab Sheriff left her fans baffled after she revealed photos of her naked pregnancy pictures before she gave birth.
The Nigerian s*x industry is valued at over one billion naira per annum and is a business that always has a way of evolving itself.
In spite of the recession, one business that seems to be enjoying high patronage is prostitution. Rather than dwindle, the business is enjoying a boom, with prostitutes, claiming to be smiling to the banks.
In a chat with a Daily Sun correspondent, some prostitutes revealed that in Lagos, they were still in business because they decided to slash their prices.
Jack Chako is an exceptional woman. She performs what is rare and seems to have gotten a hang of how to be successfully married to two husbands!
A Zimbabwean, Jack Chako, is savouring her polyandrous relationship and has freely given details on how she copes with her two husbands. Sex? She definitely enjoys sexual intimacy with them.
ZimPapers reports that the 30-year-old woman claims that her life is a "bed of roses."
On how she gets maximum sexual satisfaction ‘as claimed’ from her husbands— Michael Hwita and Lifford Chimoto— Chako said, “We are a happy family, I live with my two husbands and we love one another.
I’m in a dilemma as my marriage of 3years is about to come to an end because of one silly mistake I made.My name is Anette. I met my husband in my final year in the University. We dated for about 3 months before he popped the magic question.
Knowing fully well that I wasn’t in love with him, despite that I was in a relationship which I hid from him and I just wanted to change my status from ‘Miss’ to ‘Mrs’.
At the time, my boyfriend at that time wasn’t ready to settle down after 4 years of being in a relationship with him.
Late Ifedolapo Oladepo, a corps member of the 2016 Batch ‘B’, who died at the National Youth Service Corps orientation camp in Kano, had renal sepsis occasioned by infection, a report that was conducted has revealed.
From the result of investigation, the doctor concluded that the deceased “had kidney infection, probably due to untreated urinary tract infection.”
The Minister of Youth and Sports, Solomon Dalung and Director General of the NYSC, Brig-General Suleiman Kazaure, while presenting the report on Tuesday in Abuja, reiterated the government’s commitment to safety of corps members.
A Federal High Court in Lagos on Tuesday sentenced three Bolivians to six years’ imprisonment for dealing in illicit drugs.The convicts are Reuben Jorge, Yhugo Moreno and Yerko Dorado.
They were sentenced by Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo, who affirmed their guilty plea to the two counts pressed against them by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency.
The convicts had been in detention since February 3, 2013, when they were arrested by operatives of the NDLEA on Daily Times Estate, Satellite Town, Lagos State, the base where they illegally produced Ephedrine and Methamphetamine.
Tuesday, 6 December 2016
When, in August, 23-year-old Nigerian college graduate Chris Kwekowe met Bill Gates, he didn’t press the founder of Microsoft Inc. for business advice or a possible job offer. The meeting took place at a forum for Africa’s brightest young entrepreneurs.
Rather Chris told Bill Gates during the forum that featured some of Africa’s brightest young entrepreneurs, how he had turned down a software engineer role at Microsoft.
“[Gates] was really intrigued, and he smiled,” says Kwekowe, "After the program, all the directors were like, ‘Dude, you mean you actually turned down a job at Microsoft and had the guts to tell Bill Gates?”
This man is 20 and his bride, 40, and they tied the knot somewhere over the weekend.Congrats to them...
Monday, 5 December 2016
Afro Candy when she was still a wife; she was pregnant with one of her daughters.Now a bad wife pictures after the cut...
An eyewitness Iorsalen Terver, said:
"I stopped at Gawa at about 8:14 this morning to buy some foodstuffs on my way to Bali to buy yams when some young men walked to men saying its better to get the yams in the evening when the market is closing.
A fake United States Embassy has been busted in Ghana after operating illegally for a decade, the U.S. State Department said.
The sham embassy was busted in the capital, Accra, and is said to have been run by a criminal cartel that issued illegally obtained visas.
It was housed in a run-down, pink two-storey building with a corrugated iron roof and flew a U.S. flag outside. Inside hung a portrait of President Barack Obama.
“It was not operated by the United States government, but by figures from both Ghanaian and Turkish organised crime rings and a Ghanaian attorney practicing immigration and criminal law,” the State Department said in a statement released late on Friday.
Turkish citizens, who spoke English and Dutch, posed as consular officers and staffed the operation. Investigations also uncovered a fake Dutch embassy, the State Department said.
The crime ring issued fraudulently obtained but legitimate U.S. visas and false identification documents, including birth certificates at a cost of $6,000 each, the statement said.
During raids that led to a number of arrests, authorities also seized authentic and counterfeit Indian, South African and Schengen Zone visas and 150 passports from 10 different countries along with a laptop and smart phones.
A senior strategist with Dangote Industries Limited,
Istifanus Bello Gurama, who was reportedly kidnapped three weeks ago, has been murdered.Reliable sources told Punch Gurama’s body was found in the gutter, adding that one of the kidnappers must have alerted a member of the public to where the body was.
Gurama was believed to have been kidnapped three weeks ago but news of his murder got to his family members (today) Monday.
Sources close to him told Punch that as a senior strategist, Gurama was in charge of negotiations and handing ransom payment to kidnappers whenever any of the expatriates in Dangote Industries was kidnapped.
Friday, 2 December 2016
President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday in Abuja met briefly with King Mohammed VI of Morocco, who arrived Abuja on Thursday, for a 3-day official visit to Nigeria.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the king, on arrival at the Presidential Villa at about 1.20p.m. inspected a guard of honour mounted by men of the Guards Brigade.
The Guards Brigade also honoured the visiting King with 21-gun salute.
NAN reports that shortly after the inspection of the guard of honour, Mr. Buhari and Mohammed met behind closed doors, before leaving the Presidential Villa for National Mosque to perform the 2-raka’at Juma’at Prayer.