Saturday, 1 April 2017
Nigerian Pilot fulfills his life-long ambition of becoming the first African to fly around the World alone
Fast forward to March 2017 and he has achieved the seemingly impossible mission.
Odujirin who works for Air Djibouti completed the final leg of his historic journey on Wednesday afternoon, landing safely at Washington Dulles International Airport.
'Thank you for your constant care and unconditional love'- Omawumi celebrates Mother-In-Law's birthday
Woman shares heartwarming video with her grandma who is suffering dementia and it's gone viral for all the right reasons
A Sienna bus conveying passengers to Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education for their wards' matriculation, was involved in a disastrous accident along Owerri-Onitsha road, Umuahia axis in Mbaitolu Local Government Area on Friday evening. It was gathered that the front tyre burst and the Sienna collided with other vehicles, leaving scores wounded.
Suspended lawmaker, Abdulmumin Jibrin advises Pres Buhari to resign, says Nigeria can't afford a partime leader
Photos: Police parade four men who specialize in placing order for expensive phones online and then robbing the sellers at point of delivery
The operatives of Rapid Response Squad of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested four suspects who specialise in tricking sellers of expensive mobile phones, by pretending to be online buyers and thereafter rob the sellers at the point of delivery.
The suspects, Wilfred Ehis, 30; Bright Eloho, 24, Emeka Egbemedu, 22 and Olanrewaju Kamilu, 33, were arrested on Wednesday evening in Olamulti Hotel, New Site, Iba, Ojo, Lagos.
The RRS operatives, working on reports from victims of the same robbery perpetrated by the gang, had tracked Ehis and his gang to a location in Iba. On March 7, 2017, the gang shot one Sgt. Garba Kadiri while trying to evade arrest in Pretty Street, Iyana School, LASU-Iyana Road.
Ali Hussein Ali, alias “The Trusted One” was arrested on March 27 together with his accomplices Ibrahim Abasheikh Mukhtar and Abdi Mohamed Yusuf (aka Dader) in Malindi during a joint operation by Kenyan and other security agencies.
Upon further investigation it was discovered that the suspected fraudsters, Olayinka Adeola and Ibrahim Balogun had lured their victim, a 64 year old nurse named Goodluck Ogbodu of Effa Street, Ughelli Delta State to Lagos state in order to make him rich.
The mob were about to set them ablaze when a detachment of policemen arrived the scene and rescued them.
Photos of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo at the OECD Global Anti-Corruption and Integrity Forum in Paris
President Buhari made the announcement in a statement shared on his Facebook page today. Read below:
I have approved the immediate deployment of four of the newly-appointed Ambassadors-Designate, as follows:
The accused, identified as Emeka Santos, Chika Mitchille and Noah Simisola were also found to be living illegally in India as they had come to the country with a two-month visa in 2011, which was not renewed post its expiry.
Blac Chyna who has a four-year-old son named King Cairo with rapper, Tyga and a four-month-old daughter named Dream Kardashian with Rob Kardashian was, according to TMZ seen leaving the Van Nuys Courthouse in Los Angeles, California on Thursday to pick up work permits for her children.
According to California labor code, children between the ages of 15 days and 18 years can receive an entertainment work permit. Another reality show in the works...maybe?
Friday, 31 March 2017
US President, Donald Trump doesn't seem to be excited about his up coming meeting with Chinese President, Xi Jinping at Maralago next week. He tweeted:
Canada will be marking its151st birthday in style, as recreational Marijuana will be legalized for all Canadians over the age of 18 by July 1. 2018.
According to reports, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Liberal Party will officially announce the plan on April 10.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, In 2015, 52,404 people died from drug overdoses. 63% percent of those deaths involved an opioid.
More people die from drug overdoses than from guns or car accidents. At the peak of the AIDS epidemic in 1995, 43,115 people in the United States died from the disease.
Furthermore, since 1999, the number of overdoses from prescription opioids like oxycodone and hydrocodone, as well as illicit drugs like heroin, have quadrupled. In fact, heroin now accounts for one in four overdose deaths in the United States.