Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Groom breaks bride’s skull at wedding ceremony because his mother instructed him to do so

Couple exchanging vows at wedding illustration 

A groom was arrested on charges of assault after breaking his bride’s skull during their wedding ceremony, police in Egypt said.
Cairo Police said that the groom - who punched his bride, fracturing the skull just after their wedding vows - told police that he did it to control his wife.

NFF Celebrates With Enyeama On His 100th Cap

The Nigeria Football Federation celebrated the Super Eagles Captain and Goalkeeper Victor Enyeama as he earned his 100th cap yesterday at the Ibom Le Meridien Hotel.

Uganda Defeats Nigeria In Friendly Match Played In Uyo

The Cranes of Uganda today defeated the Super Eagles of Nigeria, in an international friendly match they played at the Akwa Ibom International Stadium in Uyo. The Super Eagles had made different attempts of scoring soon as the match began, but none of the players were fortunate enough to score a goal. Soon as it was the 81st minute, Uganda scored its only goal against Super Eagles giving them victory 9 mins after, which makes it the 90th minute of the full game.

If Buhari wins, APC will jail me - Patience Jonathan

While speaking yesterday Wednesday March 25th at the PDP women presidential campaign rally in Oyo state, the first lady Patience Jonathan is quoted by to have said that the APC and its presidential candidate plan to jail many people, including herself if they win the 2015 election...

'Independent woman' posts Facebook advert offering men £350 to get her pregnant

Adelina Albu

A broody brunette is offering men £350 to get her pregnant - because she's 'too independent' for a relationship.
Adelina Albu, 25, from Timisoara, in western Romania, posted a Facebook advert seeking a potential biological father who will hand over all parental rights to her.

Nigerians Rushing Out Of The Country Few Days To Election?

Late Female Musician, Zara Gretti’s Corpse Missing At Ikoyi Cemetery

Nigerian female act, Zara Gretti  who died March 28th, last year after battling Multiple Sclerosis  for years before finally given up the ghost is now missing in her grave. As surprising as this might be, the news is unfortunately true.  A NET reporter who went to Ikoyi Cemetery to see her grave in preparation of their report on her 1st death anniversary got the shock of his life when Zara’s grave was missing despite searching the whole of the cemetery. The cemetery attendant also confirmed to the reporter that she was actually buried there on the 4th of April, 2014 according to their register. Below is how the reporter puts his findings. 

Thierry Henry disguises himself as a schoolteacher to surprise 16yr old student

Arsenal legend - yes he's a legend - Thierry Henry, who is now a Sky Sports analyst, disguised himself as a school teacher to surprise 16 year old Emma Morgan at her Welsh Pen-Y-Dre High School yesterday Tuesday March 24th. He was there to give her an award live on Sky Sports News

Henry wore a black wig and glasses in an attempt to disguise himself as he took the teacher's place at the front of the classroom but the shocked students quickly knew it was him. 

22yr old Dominican marries a 72 year old American woman

Ever wondered what a billion naira watch looks like?

This watch you are looking at cost a staggering $18million. 

Nigerians can get fined for fixing federal/state roads for their benefit?

Man Beats Woman for Refusing Sex After He Bought Her McDonald’s Meal

Meet Jarrard Oliver. This 26-year-old young man needed a ride. A woman and her boyfriend supplied that ride. The trio headed to McDonald’s, and presumably to show his gratitude for the lift, Mr. Oliver covered the cost of all three meals. Afterwards, however, things went south in a hurry.

Church General Overseer & Wife Fight Dirty Over Church Ownership

Prophetess (Mrs) Car­oline Okebu has won the first round of the legal battle with her husband, Pastor Ralph Okebu, over the control and/or own­ership of their church, Victory Pentecostal Ministries Inter­national Incorporated, Enugu.

Kenya Closes Chinese Restaurant That Reportedly Banned Africans

Chinese Take-Out Food Box

Officials in Nairobi, Kenya have closed a Chinese restaurant that reportedly banned African patrons after 5 p.m., reports the Daily Nation.

Chinese restaurant in Kenya turns back blacks after 5pm

2015 elections: Obasanjo warns against military take-over

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has warned against a military takeover following any issues that might arise from the 2015 general elections. Chief Obasanjo gave the warning today while receiving APC South West women led by Mrs Aisha Buhari.

Germanwings plane crash: First pics of opera singers Maria Radner and Oleg Bryjak among 150 dead

A beloved opera singing duo, Oleg Bryjak and Maria Radner (pictured above) are among the victims of the tragic Germanwings Airbus A320 plane crash today March 24th which left 150 dead. The popular performers were returning home after a series of performances at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona when their flight smashed into the French Alps.

Popular Televangelist, Benny Hinn suffers heart attack

Popular televangelist, Benny Hinn has been hospitalized after he suffered a heart attack. According to a post on the clergy man's website shared by his daughter, Jessica Hinn Koulianos, Pastor Hinn had just returned to California from a trip to Brazil when he became fatigued. 

Angry father kills loverboy over alleged affair with his daughter

The Police in Cross River state are currently investigating the circumstances that led to the death of 22-year-old Douglas Ojugbo pictured above who is believed to have been killed by one Mr Godwin Elewana over accusations that the young man was having an affair with his daughter.

Obama’s Niece Threatened In Disturbing Voicemail

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Security was increased Monday at the University of Maryland after a caller left a disturbing voicemail detailing a threat against President Obama‘s niece, who was on campus to play in the Princeton-Maryland NCAA tournament, a source tells USA Today.