Monday, 13 April 2015
A married church leader and award winning pharmacist, Paul Olafare pictured above, allegedly committed suicide yesterday April 12th at his home in Lagos. He was found dead by his wife. According to multiple sources, Paul, a father of two, had been under a lot of pressure following a huge unpaid loan he collected from some people to set up his own pharmacy. His dream of setting up his own pharmacy failed leading to huge financial indebtedness. This allegedly led to chronic depression.
Suleiman Hashimu or ‘The traveller’ as I prefer to call him is an indigene of Katsina state, Funtua to be precise. He was born in Osun state but lives in Ibadan.
The traveler promised two years ago to walk from where ever he is to the capital of Nigeria, Abuja if General Muhammadu Buhari wins the election in 2015. BBC Hausa, Voice of America and Aminiya (a Hausa mgazine) interviewed him. He was in Lagos when Buhari was declared the President-elect of Nigeria. He left Lagos at about 5am the next day and arrived Ibadan around 6pm.
A Los Angeles-bound flight has returned to Seattle after the pilot heard a trapped worker screaming banging inside the plane's cargo hold.
A music teacher was arrested after allegedly hiring a hitman to kill her teen student because he rejected her sexual advances, police in Russia said.
A shopper at Tesco, who spilled a bottle of milk, was dragged to court and ordered to pay the company, according to court documents in the United Kingdom.
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A woman was furious when she learned that her teenage daughter cheated with her boyfriend.
Mildred Mashego, 38, of Casteel, South Africa, was pregnant when she learned that her daughter was also pregnant, and the two were due just days apart.
A 39-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to murdering a fellow Nigerian native on the main street of a North Dublin town in 2013.
Jooda Akanbi of Ashton Avenue, Applewood, Swords in Dublin was arraigned before the Central Criminal Court this morning.
Police in Scotland are searching for an Irish student who disappeared after telling friends she was going to the toilet in a nightclub.
Karen Buckley, 24, from Mourneabbey, south of Mallow in Cork, and her friends arrived at Sanctuary nightclub in Dumbarton Road, Glasgow, at around 11.45pm on Saturday.