Tuesday, 25 July 2017

President Orders Shooting Of Drug Traffickers

The president has previously been criticised for ordering executions against convicted drug traffickers who were given the death penalty by courts.

President Joko Widodo of Indonesia wants a permanent end to drug peddling.

He says peddlers are destroying his people and he wants them shot if they refuse to be arrested peacefully.

The instruction is part of emergency efforts to tackle narcotic use in the South-East Asia nation.

“Be firm, especially to foreign drug dealers who enter the country and resist arrest,” Widodo told law enforcement officers on Monday.

Nollywood Actress Leaves Jail

Lola Margaret has left an Atlanta jail in America after she was allegedly accused of money laundering and card fraud.

Yoruba actress, Lola Margaret Oladipupo has finally been released from an Atlanta jail weeks after she was arrested over card fraud and money laundering allegations.

The Atlanta police detained the actress over claims that she attempted to withdraw suspicious sums from her account.

Friday, 21 July 2017

Army Demotes Major-General To Brigadier-General

Ibrahim Sani, one time Chief of Transformation and Innovation Centre of the Nigerian Army has been demoted after he was convicted for cheating.

Sani had been standing trial in the court since 2015 after he was accused of dividing and allocating army land to himself.

The court sat at the Mogadishu Cantonment, Asokoro, Abuja.

The President of the court, AVM James Gbum ordered the convict to return N23 million being the money he got after he sold the part of the army land.

Thursday, 20 July 2017

NPFL: Rivers United Suffers Home Loss

Rivers United's Israel Daniel
In jersey number 16
After crashing out of the CAF Confederation Cup, Rivers United received more knocks at home as they were beaten by Sunshine Stars in Port Harcourt.
The Yakubu Gowon Stadium fortress has been penetrated and dismantled.

The home fans looked cold and more exhausted then the players on the pitch as they kept asking one another - Is this really our team?

No side, since February 19, 2016 had beaten the ‘Pride of Rivers’ at that venue in domestic competition but on Wednesday, July 19 2017, history was re-written.

I Do Not Have Time To Fight With KCee – Harrysong

KCee & Harrysong
Harrysong says he has nothing against KCee, but does not understand why he is being sued by his former label mate.

AlterPlate singer, Harrysong has no time to quarrel because he is focused on his music.
In a recent interview, Harrysong said he is not in any cold war with Kcee, who recently took him to court.

According to the singer and songwriter, he has other projects to push rather than fight with a former team mate.

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

See How Much Money State Just Received From Federal Govt.

breakdown shows that Abia got N5.72 billion, Adamawa N6.11 billion, Akwa Ibom N10 billion, Anambra N6.12 billion, Bauchi N6.88 billion and Bayelsa N10 billion.

Between 1995 and 2002, the Nigerian government over-deducted lots of money from state governments as it tried to repay the huge sums it borrowed from Paris Club.

The states are broke and the federal government has began returning some of the money to allow state authorities breathe easy pay outstanding bills.

Samsung In Trouble In Nigeria Over Unregistered Products

The representatives of the company claimed ignorance of the need to register the products. They also denied reports that they imported or sold such products directly.

South Korea Electronic giant, Samsung is in trouble in Nigeria.

Nigeria’s Standards Organisation of Nigeria, SON – a public agency regulating products made or sold in Nigeria - on Tuesday sealed the premises of Samsung West Africa in Victoria Island, Lagos, for failure to register some of its products being marketed in Nigeria.