Monday, 21 July 2014

Gunmen Abduct Lady In Broad Day Light in Nigeria

A lot of things are now happening in the country that are so disturbing and baffling. Shockingly, no matter how smart you think you are, you could still be a victim. It’s so heart breaking and worrisome that we have no choice now but turn to God for help. Below is a story of how a grown up girl was snatched from her mother on Saturday in Oshodi and onlookers couldn’t even help. It’s so sad. We just need GOD in everything now!

Tulisa Contostavlos' drug trial collapses

Tulisa's drug trial has collapsed after witness is suspected of lying

Tulisa Contostavlos' trial on drug charges has collapsed after a witness for the prosecution had their evidence called into question.

Nigerian Police uncover 8 bedroom kidnappers den

The Imo state police command has uncovered an eight bedroom underground kidnappers' den in Umuchima Village, Okwu Autonomous Community in Ikeduru LGA of the state, used by kidnappers to keep those they kidnapped from various parts of the country. 

Former Nigerian Minister of Petroleum, Rilwanu Lukman dies at 75

Former Minister of Petroleum, Rilwanu Lukman has died. He died this morning July 21st in Austria. He was 75. 

Ban on under-18s using sunbeds comes into effect

People under the age of 18 will not be allowed to use sunbeds from today.

Bodies of boy, 9, and man found in Co Sligo Ireland

Gardaí are investigating after two bodies were found in Co Sligo yesterday evening.

Nigerian accountant's £4million 'fraud' at academies Gove hailed

Kayode's assets and those of his wife Grace (pictured), who died aged 53 last year, were frozenAccountant: Samuel Kayode, 57, was told by London's High Court to pay £4.1million back to the Haberdashers' Aske's chain of academies

Investigation: Nigerian-born accountant Samuel Kayode (right), 57, is at the centre of a fraud investigation after £4m of school funds ended up in his personal accounts. Left, his late wife, Grace, whose assets were frozen