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Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Doomsayer ‘There will be war in Nigeria if Buhari dies’ - Fulani man

A Hausa/Fulani man has declared that there will be civil war if President Buhari should die and another of their own is not made president.

A Hausa/Fulani man and strong supporter of President Muhammadu Buhari has declared that there will be civil war and bloodshed in Nigeria if be President Buhari should die.


Maitala was unequivocal when he said that the Hausa/Fulani would never accept a situation where the Vice President, Yomi Osinbajo, would assume leadership of the country because power belongs to them and they are not ready to let it go.

Donald Trump and the Muslim World By Reuben Abati



I am not a fan of Donald Trump, the incumbent President of the United States. I didn’t stand with him. I stood with her- Hillary Clinton- in the last US Presidential election. No other election in recent American history has been more international in terms of interest and emotional involvement. Trump’s election even divided the Nigerian middle class.  Majority of Christians in Nigeria stood with Donald Trump. They liked his anti-Muslim rhetoric, and in a country where religion is such a volatile subject and the Christian community feels as if it is under siege from radical Islamic extremism, it was easy for a category of Nigerians to see Trump’s politics being in sync with their own fears and expectations.

Father poisons his 11-year old twin daughters to death for being 'witches' in Cross River, Calabar

A 40-year-old man, Anyanime Festus was arrested by the Cross River State Police Command for  allegedly poisoning his twin daughters in Akampka Local Government Area of Cross River in Calabar. The father poisoned his children because he blamed them for the death of his parents.
The father was arrested by the Divisional Police Station, Akampka, and then transferred to Police Headquarters in Calabar.


Transgender kids now allowed to join Boy Scouts


The Boy Scouts of America announced on Monday that it will now allow transgender children who identify as boys to enroll in its boys only programs. The organization said it made the decision to base enrollment in boys only programs on the gender a child or parent lists on the application to become a scout. 


Malawi court jails man who raped woman in presence of her husband



The Phalombe First Grade Court in Malawi has sentenced a 31-year-old man to 168 months(14 years) in prison for raping a 32-year-old woman in presence of her husband. The man identified as Patrick Kamoto was said to have raped the woman on Sunday, January 8,  2017.



Wrongfully jailed teacher demands GH¢10 million for damages

A 40-year-old Ghanaian teacher who was jailed 15-years for a crime he never committed is demanding GH¢10 million in damages. The teacher identified as Eric Asante was wrongfully handed a 15-year-old jail sentence for allegedly defiling a 14-year-old school pupil. He was sentenced in 2005 by the Tamale High Court for defiling one Rubamatu Mohammed, then a 14-year-old pupil at the school Asante taught.
After several appeals to the High Court, he proceeded to the Supreme Court in 2012 and the court ordered for the paternity test to be carried out after serving 12 years in jail.


I kidnapped my boss’s son because he refused to settle me after my serving him for 5 years- Suspect says

23 year old suspected kidnapper, Celestine Chimaobi, has told the police in Lagos state that he kidnapped his boss's son, Emeka Chukwuyere, at Alafia in the Orile-Iganmu area of Lagos state recently because the father refused to settle him after he had served him for 5 years.

Celestine who was arrested alongside his friend at Apapa, told the police that after serving for five years, his boss took him to the village in Imo state and left him there without any settlement.


Breaking! Donald Trump isn't here to play! He just fired the Acting Attorney General for defying his executive order

President Donald Trump has fired acting Attorney General Sally Yates, for ordering the Justice Department not to defend Trump's executive order on the refugee ban,
According to a tweet released by his press secretary, Sean Spicer 13 minutes ago, she has been fired from her position and replaced temporarily by Dana Boente, US Attorney for the Eastern District of VA.


Monday, 30 January 2017

Trump defends his executive order as he says Obama created the list of 7 targeted countries & did the same thing to Iraqi refugees in 2011

US President Donald Trump has defended his executive order ban on seven Islamic countries, saying it isn't a 'Muslim ban', rather an 'extreme vetting' . In a White House statement on Saturday afternoon, he said:
'My policy is similar to what President Obama did in 2011 when he banned visas for refugees from Iraq for six months,' Trump said of his own order, which is slated to expire in 90 days.  Obama's directive, carried out in response to a specific terror threat, affected only refugees.


University graduate, accomplice arrested for stealing 20 bags of cement in Lagos

The Operatives of Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of the Lagos State Police Command,  have arrested a 35 year old man, Abiola Hamzat and his accomplice, Adebayo Kazeem, 32, for stealing 20 bags of cement from a brick making company based in Agbado area of the state.
The suspect was arrested by the Policemen after he had successfully stolen the items from their working place.


Trump's executive order affects Nigerians...no more drop box for renewing of Visas! We have to go for interviews again!

So for those Nigerians who are used to renewing their visas via drop box, where you send your Passport via mail and collect it via mail, and don't have to do any interviews again after you've been given a US Visa, that has stopped under Donald Trump's administration.Whether you've visited the US one million times before or not, under this new immigration policy, once your visa expires, you have to go do an interview at the embassy again. Read the report below...
In an executive order signed on (Jan. 27), US president Donald Trump instructed the State Department to immediately suspend the US’s Visa Interview Waiver Program.


Nigerian soldier allegedly impregnates IDP in Maiduguri camp

Dan Borno, a Lawyer and freelance journalist, who tweets about happenings in Borno State claims that a soldier attached to a Nursing camp for the Internally Displaced persons located along Damboa Road, allegedly impregnated an IDP.


Indonesia-based Nigerian man who was shot dead by policeman in Owerri two days to his wedding, has been laid to rest (photos)

Jakarta, Indonesia-based Nigerian businessman, who was shot dead by a Police Inspector two days to his wedding was laid to rest on Jan. 28th, in his hometown, Egbuoma, in Oguta L.G.A of Imo state. 

Friday Nduka Azuka a.k.a Etoo, 29, was killed by Michael Edem in front of his wife-to-be and younger brother on December 22, 2016, at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Mega filling station located along Owerri road, after a fight with one of the pump attendants who he had accused of allegedly stealing his phone from his car dashboard. More photos after the cut...

Sunday, 29 January 2017

Federal judge blocks Trump's immigration order from deporting people detained at airports

A federal judge in New York has issued an emergency stay temporarily stopping the removal of individuals detained at the airport after President Trump's order banned immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.

Lionel Messi sets wedding date to marry his partner, Antonella Rocuzzo

Barcelona football star Lionel Messi,29, has fixed the date of his wedding to his childhood sweetheart and mother of his two kids, Antonella Rocuzzo, 28. According to various reports in Spanish and Argentine media, the football ace has fixed June 24, 2017 as the date he'll wed Antonella in his hometown, Rosario. 

Saturday, 28 January 2017

Trump's America: California wants to secede from the United States

I guess a bit of Chaos is coming to the US following Donald Trump's election to the highest seat in the country. The state of California wants to secede from the United States in a move that has been called 'Calexit', which if they succeed, would establish California as a separate country from the USA. This is the first time since 1861 that a state (South Carolina) would attempt to exit the US. 

One of the people pushing for the recession explained why California wants out of the US;
"California is the most diverse place in the world. And we  want to have more minorities, more immigrants, more international connections"


REVEALED: How 2 War Helicopters Were Secretly Brought Into Nigeria


Who is behind the importation? That is the question security agents are now trying to crack...
The Murtala Muhammed Int'l Airport Command of Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) has seized two civil models Bell Helicopters brought into the country by unknown importers.

Consequently, the Customs Service has handed over the helicopters to the Nigerian Air Force for use in the fight against terrorists.

CAN To Osinbajo: Your Silence Despite Attack On Christians Unacceptable

The Christian Association of Nigeria has expressed concern over the continuous persecution of its members, particularly pastors, and demanded that Acting President Yemi Osinbajo should intervene in the clampdown on churches because “his studied silence is no longer golden.”


Jobless Man On Drugs Beat Prostitute To Death Over S*x

What a mess! A ‘short time’ service of N500 a s*x worker identified as Janet Etim offered a man at a hotel, De Love, in the Ejigbo area of Lagos ended in tragedy on Tuesday.
It was learnt that the unidentified man who had gone to the hotel after using s*x-enhancing drugs, became infuriated when Janet chose to end the session because he did not ejacu-late on time.

Tinubu receives US Consular General John Bray in his home

US Consular General, Mr. John Bray and Political/Economic Section Chief, Mr. Thomas Hines, on Friday paid a courtesy visit to APC national leader, Bola Tinubu at his Ikoyi residence, Lagos.


President Trump's wall will kill the drug cartel, save thousands of lives in Mexico

As United States president Donald Trump moves ahead with building the "great wall" between America and Mexico at its southern border, there is an important benefit of the wall that has little been considered: the Mexican point of view.


Friday, 27 January 2017

President Adama Barrow Returns To His Country

Yahya Jammeh is gone for good. The Gambia is experience fresh air and President Adama Barrow has returned home, to lead his people into a new era. New beginning! More pics...


SEE How A Non-Issue Destroyed A Marriage

Sometimes, all you need is listen or ask wise questions to know more. And all will be well. This couple separated just because of something their little son said and the wife wasn't even patient to understand the "meaning" of what their son said, she started pushing her husband...




Man charged with carrying out four counts of rape on his wedding day

Derry Flynn McCann, 28, has been arrested and charged with four counts of rape which was allegedly carried out on his wedding day. Derry was apprehended following an attack on a 24-year-old woman in Victoria Park, Hackney, on Friday, January 13. 
The 24-year-old victim was reportedly grabbed by her assailant who demanded money from her before he dragged her into the bush and raped her.


President Buhari Seriously Sick In London?


The stories trailing President Muhammadu Buhari's ongoing 'vacation' abroad are so strong that the words "Is Buhari Dead?" has become the most searched phrase in Nigeria's internet space.
But what led to this confusion?
HotNaijaGossip.Com observed that the manner in which Mr President hurriedly jetted out of Nigeria, just hours after a national tragedy in Rann, Borno State, where a military jet mistakenly bombed and killed many Nigerians, is the reason for the confusion about his health.


Thursday, 26 January 2017

Presidency threatens to prosecute those behind Buhari’s death rumour



- Presidency has warned that those peddling ‘fake news’ about the president’s health will be prosecuted
- Minister of Information, Lai Muhammed accused oppositions and those afraid of the president’s anti-corruption war as those saying the president is in critical health condition
The presidency has announced that it will investigate and prosecute those peddling rumours about President Muhammadu Buhari’s health.

Stop lying, tell Nigerians Buhari’s health status – Junaid hits FG again

Second Republic lawmaker, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, yesterday once again slammed the federal government for allegedly lying about the health of President Muhammadu Buhari.
He said Nigerians cannot afford to face another constitutional crisis as a result of the President’s ailing health.

Avoid These Misleading Relationship Advice

Relationships are delicate, whether it is a romantic or familial relationship or simply a friendship. Individuals, bodies or organizations often introduce what they consider groundbreaking advice on relationships in attempt to make it better. 
Unfortunately, people take these advice without putting much consideration into it and later find themselves in a fix when such advice fail. So what's the right way?

Mother Of Two Kids Commits Suicide Over MMM

Troubled ponzi scheme MMM has been blamed for the death by suicide of a 34 year old mother of two kids, Mrs Gloria Samson in Makurdi, the Benue State.
The woman was said to have left her home on December 28, 2016 to drown herself in River Benue. Her body was discovered on January 2, 2017 by police.

Osinbajo Under Pressure To Resign Over Buhari's Health?

Information flying in the social media with regards to the health of President Muhammadu Buhari are quite sensational and inciting, to say the least.
Consequently, the Presidency has reacted to insinuation that Acting President Yemi Osinbajo was being pressured to resign his position.


Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Trump orders construction of border wall, boosts deportation force



Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump on Wednesday started to reshape US immigration enforcement policies via executive action, taking his first steps toward fulfilling some of the most contentious pledges that defined his campaign -- building a border wall and punishing "sanctuary cities."


Polytechnic Lecturers To Begin Nationwide Strike

Polytechnic lecturers, under the auspices of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP), will begin a nationwide one-week warning strike from Monday next week.
The union has already directed its members in all public polytechnics across the federation to ensure total compliance with the strike.

Addressing a press conference in Abuja on Wednesday, President of ASUP, Usman Dutse, said there would be no academic and administrative activity any public polytechnic between 12 noon of 30 January, 2017 and 6 February, 2017.

Prostitutes Raided At Night In Abuja... 89 Ladies Arrested

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Joint Task Team for the Cleansing of Abuja have arrested 89 ladies of easy virtuous.

Dep. Director/Chief Press Secretary FCT, Muhammad Sule said the Ag Director FCT Directorate of Road Traffic Services, Wadata Bodinga informed the Minister of the arrests on Tuesday.


Lady Escapes With A White Man's $3,400 & Wallet

When the enemies of destiny want to destroy a lady, they make her see "runs" as a normal thing and once she gets comfortable with sleeping with men for money, the next is to add "sharp girl" acts like stealing. One day she would get caught and land in prison; wasted life.


Waje’s Touching Story: "I Could Have Become A Prostitute"

Award-winning Nigerian singer, Waje, recently took a trip down memory lane, sharing a touching story of how her life was transformed, despite the challenges of life.
Waje said she would have ended up as a woman who sleeps with men for money, living in the slum with no hope of tomorrow and waiting to be killed by the next STD she would have contracted as a result of exchanging her body for money.



She took to her page to recount her life experience:
“I could have been that commercial s*x worker with no hope for the future, living in the slum and wondering if the next STD I contract would end my life. But because of the opportunity given to me, I have become an award winning vocalist and songwriter and a voice for generations, leaving an indelible mark in the music industry and my country. This is #MyFreedomStory. Together we can transform more lives in our communities.”

Say What!? Senator Says Nigeria Should Legalize Corruption

Speaking while making his contributing to the debate on the 2017 budget during the senate plenary on Wednesday, a SINator from Ondo state, Omoyele Omogunwa, called for the legalisation of corruption in the country.


Beautiful Lady Gave Her Boyfriend 800k To Travel Out... and this is how he paid her

Any relationship where money is a focal point, your man or woman will only be happy when you give him or her money, hardly survives. This is another example of such.
A good lady has been hospitalized after her boyfriend of absconded with the N800,000 she gave him to travel out. He has blocked her on all social media. See details...

Jealous boyfriend chops off teenager's arm for flirting with his girlfriend

A jealous Kenyan lover has chopped off a 16-year-old boy's arm after spotting him with his girlfriend.

DSS arrests Apostle Johnson Suleiman, Gov. Fayose kicks

Operatives from the Department of State Security on Wednesday morning stormed Midas Hotel, Iworoko, Ado-Ekiti, to effect man of God, Apostle Johnson Suleman’s arrest. Suleman is hosting a two-day crusade in Ado Ekiti tagged ‘Help From Above’, his first in Ekiti State. Sources said that they came in a Hilux truck, with armed policeme


Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Face of Graduate arrested for Duping Woman of N5m through Fake Love

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC on Monday, 23rd January, arraigned one Akintunde Vincent Abiodun before Justice Oluwatoyin Ipaye of Lagos High court on amended charge bordering on forgery and obtaining money by false pretence.

The 37-year-old HND holder is said to have defrauded the victim, D. Bonnici of $267,000 (Two Hundred and Sixty Seven Thousand New Zealand Dollars) by claiming to be Christopher Williams from United Kingdom.


Nigerians Be Warned... avoid Libya; death penalty awaits

The question is, will people listen?
Nigerian government has advised migrants to avoid Libya where penalty for illegal migration attracts the death penalty. The office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora made the appeal on Sunday.


Monday, 23 January 2017

Tinubu’s Private Plane Flies Yahya Jammeh Into Exile

More details of the peaceful battle to restore democracy in The Gambia became known yesterday.

After days of stand-off, former President Yahya Jammeh suddenly agreed to quit office, yielding to last-minute pressure from Guinean President Alpha Conde and his Mauritanian counterpart Mohammed Ould Abdel Aziz, who were with him between Friday and Saturday.

Notorious Thieves Open Up: How we transfer people's money to our account

A young thief, David Lucky, who is one of the three persons arrested by operatives of Edo State Police Command, has opened up on how he and members of his gang transferred money from their victims’ accounts to their own accounts, using their victims’ phones.


Lucky confessed that the sum of N210,000 was transferred from the accounts of three of their victims on the last day of 2016 through the code of a popular bank.


Man Arrested for Allegedly Stealing Car With Two Young Children Inside

Baltimore Police arrested a man who allegedly stole a car with two young children inside, according to reports.
John Bowling, 37, is facing kidnapping charges and auto theft charges after he allegedly stole a mother’s car with her 4-year -old and 19-month-old in the backseat while she was unloading groceries on Thursday.





White House claims largest crowd size in history, despite evidence to the contrary






In striking comments, White House press secretary Sean Spicer used his first official statement on Saturday to castigate the media for what he claimed was “deliberately false reporting,” including reporting on the attendance at President Trump’s inauguration.
Spicer was particularly incensed about photos shared on social media by members of the press comparing the crowd at Trump’s ceremony with those at inaugurations past.