Thursday, 16 April 2015
alleged drug indictment in the US published today titled - Man indicted in US for drug deal elected Senator in Nigeria. The politician and businessman insists he was not the man indicted. His response
In this photo taken Sunday, Oct, 12, 2014, Buruji Kashamu attends a primary election event for Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, Abuja, Nigeria. Kashamu, who is indicted in the U.S. for allegedly smuggling heroin in a court case that was the basis for the TV hit "Orange Is The New Black," has been elected a senator in Nigeria.
The Lawanson Road, Itire abode of the Orekoyas, whose three children were kidnapped by a housemaid last Wednesday, 24 hours after she was employed, became a Mecca of sorts yesterday, following news of their discovery.
This Lebanese woman and a mother of 5 beautiful girls, was caught with other suspects who major in duping Bureau de Change owners in Lagos and Abuja. She said she joined last year, but unfortunately she couldn't stop because the money involved was good and tempting.
32-year-old Lebanese, Amira Abdallahi, along with five others have been arrested by the police for alleged robberies and frauds totalling N20m in different parts of Lagos and Abuja.
Remember the two boys, Raphael and Michael Esharegaran who were kidnapped from their home in Magodo shortly after their parents employed a nanny for them? See it here. Well, the same woman who kidnapped those boys and released them after a sum of N2.5m was paid is the same woman who kidnapped the just released orekoya boys, the police have said.
Sisters Yogita Rameshbhai Nandwana (left), five, and Anisha (right), three, and their 18-month-old brother Harsh (centre), are among the world's heaviest young children.
Andrew O'Clee, 36, from Chiddingfold, Surrey, was married to Michelle for three years before he forged a decree absolute and tied the knot with second wife Philippa (pictured together left) - while he and his first wife were trying for a baby.
On Monday, we heard about the alleged suicide of Paul Olafare, described as a brilliant pharmacist who won the 2013 Lagos Pharmacist of the Year award (read here). He allegedly committed suicide because he was in a huge financial debt but his younger sister is now claiming the family suspects foul play in his death and are pointing fingers at Paul's wife, Busayo.
Officers made the discovery as they carried out an extensive search of a farm north of Glasgow, on the outskirts of Milngavie.