Monday, 14 March 2016

Stunning photos of Annie Idibia and her mum

This is from their shoot for the maiden edition of  Impelling Africa Magazine. Beautiful women. Another photo after the cut...

Check out the huge tattoo this football star got

23-year-old Paris Saint Germain defender, Layvin Kurzawa, took to social media to show off his new inking which is as bizarre as it is huge. It is a tattoo of the Hindu Goddess of time, doomsday and death which covers nearly all of his upper body.

And he's not done yet. He claimed on Instagram that he is due another session with the tattoo artist to get it finished!

Photos: Troops kill one terrorist, capture three others in Gwashari village, Borno

Troops of 254 Task Force Battalion, 25 Task Force Brigade in conjunction with vigilantes have conducted clearance operation of remnants of Boko Haram terrorists at Gwashari village along Damboa-Bale road.

During the patrol, the troops encountered some elements of the Boko Haram terrorists in which they killed one and captured 3 others. They also recovered 1 Dane gun, an magazine of AK-47 rifle, 2 knives, assorted drugs and the sum of N142,000 from the terrorists.

Rob Kardashian vacations with Blac Chyna in Jamaica

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are hitting the beach ... in Jamaica! The freshly-minted couple touched down at Sangster International Airport for a casual vacation.

Man slashes neighbour's throat over loud music

James and his friend
A 42 year old man, Thomas McIntyre slashed his neighbour's throat, 27 year old James Gunn, at his doorstep after complaining that the music from his housewarming party in his home in Glasgow was too loud and was keeping his child awake, according to the Daily Record reports.

The attack happened at James' apartment in October 2014. He had moved to the property just weeks before.
James said he heard a knock very early in the morning at his door, which he answered, he said McIntyre told him ‘the music is too loud... I have been banging down to tell you to shut up’.”

He said he apologized to McIntyre but didn't expect what happened next. He said:
“He swung the knife and I stepped back when I saw it coming towards me. “It got me on the neck from the jugular down the jawline.”
He said he managed to slam the door shut, but then slumped into the arms of a friend.
He said:
“I saw that there was a lot of blood, so I screamed for help. My friend wrapped a shirt around my neck to stop the bleeding.”
Fortunately, James survived the attempted murder, he was rushed to hospital and required a number of stitches including one to repair an artery.

McIntyre went on trial last week accused of attempted murder but he denied the charge, stating he was in bed at the time of the attack. He said he would never complain about his child being kept awake as she could “sleep in a nightclub”.

However, a jury convicted him after five people recognised him as the knifeman who attacked James.
The 42-year-old was remanded in custody and faces a lengthy jail term when he returns to the dock next month for sentencing.

Photo: 70 year old man's wrists cut off by robbers who attacked him

A man in his 70s, Pa Jacob Ikilo,  a security guard at a filling station at Eyaen village, on the Benin-Auchi Road was attacked at his place of work on February 29th at about 3am by armed robbers who came to rob the place.
Pa Jacob said he heard an unusual noise at the plant house and decided to go check it out. He said:

“When I was coming from the generator house, they surrounded me. They just cut off this my hand (left hand). As I shout, they said shut up and cut the other hand. I fell down and started asking them to leave me, that I was dying.”
One of the drivers of the company discovered Pa Jacob and raised the alarm. The company manager contacted the  Egba Divisional Police Station to report the incident.

Pa Jacob is receiving treatment at the Orthopaedic Ward of the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), where doctors are battling to save his right wrist which is being kept alive by a small blood vessel. He said his wrist requires N380,000 to be reattached.

 The Nation.

Ciara and Russell Wilson show some PDA at the beach

Newly enagaged couple, Ciara and Russell Wilson shared some photos of them frolicking at the beach. Russell shared photos of Ciara adding that he enjoys taking photos of her. More photos after the cut...

Photos: Shade Okoya celebrates late Grand mum with lavish dinner

Sade Okoya wife of Billionaire Rasaq Okoya Sade hosted important dignitaries to a lavish dinner to celebrate her late Grand Mum, Alhaja Bilikisu Monisola Shittu Apena. More photos after the cut...

Kylie Jenner puts her curves in display

Kylie Jenner put her curves in display in this multicoloured swimsuit by her poolside. More photos after the cut...

Olajumoke Orisaguna Become's Face Of Payporte's 1KStore

Payporte and Olajumoke's relationship continues to grow stronger as the fast growing model has become the official face of Payporte's Customer favorite and highly successful 1k-Store. With the current economic realities, Payporte continues to show its customers that no matter the situation of things, they will still have the best products at the best prices.

Who is better to carry this message that the Nigerian Sweet Heart who is an evidence of amazing success even in the midst of a shaky economy than Olajumoke. 
The 1K Store is full of a wide variety of products which are within the price range of N1000. How affordable can things get! But remember that the 1k Store only opens for 24 hours every Monday, so hurry now!

For more of Olajumoke and Payporte's 1K Store, head on to the store now and start shopping

TB Joshua gives Libya deportees N4million (photos)

This report is by freelance Nigerian journalist, Ihechukwu Njoku. Read below...
Thirty-nine of the reported 172 Nigerians who were deported from Libya on Friday 11th March 2016 were received by Pastor T.B. Joshua of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) during his church service on Sunday 13th March. According to a post on the church’s official Facebook page, the deportees were each given the sum of N100,000 by Joshua, who is well known for his charitable gestures.
Fidelis Onos, who spoke on behalf of the group, said that most of them had been imprisoned for up to one year in Libya after they were suddenly arrested. The majority were working as bricklayers in the North African country where they had sought ‘greener pastures’. “We are not here to blame Libya,” Fidelis is quoted as saying. “If Nigeria was okay, we would never have left in the first place. It’s the war in Libya that turned it to what it is today – in a place where there is no government, what can you expect?”

He explained that United Nations officials visited the Nigerians in the Libyan prison and were touched at their plight, promising to arrange their repatriation back to Nigeria. They were finally able to travel under the voluntary returnee programme organised by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM).

Arriving in Lagos with only the clothes they came with, the deportees were provided with a meagre N6,500, leading to resentful outbursts from many at the airport. “Frustrated, angry and despondent, a group of them decided to seek refuge at The SCOAN, having watched Emmanuel TV in Libya,” the church wrote on their Facebook page.

“Upon learning of their arrival in the church, Prophet T.B. Joshua immediately sent evangelists to provide food, alongside medical aid to some of the most malnourished in their midst,” it continued. After giving the young men N3.9million ($20,000), many were emotionally moved and shed tears.

“If not for a man like T.B. Joshua, most of us would have ended up going into armed robbery, kidnapping or even joining a group like Boko Haram,” said Godspower Chibuike as he appreciated Joshua for the gift. “If youths were encouraged like this, we wouldn’t even think of travelling to places like Libya,” another deportee stated, adding that he had never seen such an amount of money in his life.

The group were subsequently provided with toiletries alongside brand new clothing, as they had worn the same set of clothes since their arrival in Nigeria. “Remember, what you make happen for others, God will make happen for you,” T.B. Joshua stated in the conclusion of the Facebook post.