Monday, 26 February 2018

Many houses on fire as violence erupts in Kaduna community



Lady pours acid on her cheating husband 
According to reports shared on Facebook by Wizzy Styles, a woman yet to be identified poured acid on her cheating husband's genitals after she found out that he impregnated her best friend. The man was rushed to FMC Zaria where he later died. Read Wizzy's report below

Northern Christians plead with International organisations to help remove Buhari from office

 Northern Christians plead with International organisations to help remove Buhari from office
 
A group of Christians in the North, under the aegis of Arewa Christians and Indigenous Pastors Association has solicited the help of International bodies to help rescue Nigerians from the “bad leadership” of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Among the global bodies from which the association sought help are the African Union, the European Union, the Commonwealth of Nations, the United Nations and the United States of America.

Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Nigerian researcher raises concern after Villagers in Sapele kill a creature that looks like 'pig and shared the meat (Photos)



Nigerian researcher raises concern after Villagers in Sapele kill a creature that looks like
A Nigerian researcher, Amama Benn Benedict is not happy with some villagers from Sapele in Delta State, who caught a creature that looks like a pig, killed it and distributed the meat among themselves.

Armed robber who disguises as a mad man arrested with live tortoise, POS, ATM cards and tokens


A suspected robber, Olayinka Ogundamiro, 25, who allegedly disguised as a mad person, has been arrested by the Lagos state police at Anifowoshe, Ikeja Along, Lagos State.

He was caught on Monday, 15th Jan 2018 with two bags which contained a live tortoise, POS, tokens, Tecno phone, a toy gun, a laptop charger, wrist watches, bangles and chains.

While speaking to Journalist, My Ogundamiro described himself as a Rastafarian and insisted that he wasn't a mad man.

Monday, 15 January 2018

President Buhari meets Benue leaders in the state house


President Buhari is currently in a closed door meeting with 35 elders from Benue state. The state governor, Samuel Ortom, led the elders to the meeting in the state house.
Fmr. Senate President David Mark, Minister of Agriculture Audu Ogbeh, George Akume, and Barnabas Gemade.
Part of discussions at the meeting is the recent herdsmen attacks in the state.

Rev. Father murdered allegedly because he preached against Fulani herdsmen

A priest was killed allegedly because he preached against the killings by the Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria.
Rev Father Joseph Mulimibi was killed on Wednesday, January 10, in a village in Uganda, one day after he preached against the activities of Fulani herdsmen.

'We must never take for granted the great sacrifice that these brave men and women have made' - Atiku writes on Armed Forces Day

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar in message to men and women of the Nigerian Armed forces today says, 'we must never take for granted the great sacrifice that these brave men and women have made'.

Read his full message below...

Friday, 14 April 2017

Facebook cracks down on 30,000 accounts for spreading fake news

At the end of last year, Facebook announced plans to start dealing with accounts that spread false news on social media.
Now, Facebook has just cracked down on 30,000 accounts found to be spreading fake news stories or spam in France ahead of the country's presidential election.
 
Facebook's security manager Shabnam Shaik says, 'our priority, of course is to remove the accounts with the largest footprint, with a high amount of activity and a broad reach. The purge will not remove all accounts that are spreading fake news, but we know we have to keep getting better'.

The spread of fake news has raised concerns in France ahead of the the country's national elections.