Continue reading "Ne-Yo says he’s not married, and didn’t force his ex to tie her tubes_________There were reports a few days ago that Ne-Yo had married his girlfriend and was expecting a baby with her. In a series of tweets to clear things up, Ne-Yo confirmed he was expecting a baby but said they are not married yet. He also said he did not force his baby mama Monyetta to get her tubes tied."

3 Nigerians arrested for financial scam in India______Three Nigerians named Onuoha Nnanna Francis, 34, Valentine O Anumaka, 28, and Eze Victor, 35 have been arrested by India’s Central Crime Station (CCS) for duping two Indian businessmen to the tune of Rs 3.6 lakh by luring them with an offer to invest $ 1 lakh in hotel business. According to India times, the 3 Nigerians alongside 6 of their accomplices were arrested after one of the businessmen, Raju Jembiya lodged a complain at a police station stating that he and his friend C Sadashiva, were duped by one Terry Joseph from Nigeria to the tune of Rs 3.6 lakh. “Terry Joseph, who by posing as a restaurant owner in Nigeria, befriended Sadashiva six months ago over Facebook and then expressed his willingness to invest Rs 1 lakh US dollars in restaurant business in India” police statement states When Sadashiva agreed to join Terry’s business venture, Terry asked him to meet another Nigerian man who he, Terry, gave his own share of the money, which he wanted to invest in the hotel. Sadashiva met with the second Nigerian who asked him to first release his own share of the investment before his partner, Terry will release his. Sadashiva did and after releasing the money, the phones of the Nigerian man was switched off. Sadashiva, suspecting he’d been duped, reported the case to the police. The police after investigations were able to arrest the fraudsters and their accomplices. Terry, the initiator of the scam deal is still at large.

Continue reading "3 Nigerians arrested for financial scam in India______Three Nigerians named Onuoha Nnanna Francis, 34, Valentine O Anumaka, 28, and Eze Victor, 35 have been arrested by India’s Central Crime Station (CCS) for duping two Indian businessmen to the tune of Rs 3.6 lakh by luring them with an offer to invest $ 1 lakh in hotel business. According to India times, the 3 Nigerians alongside 6 of their accomplices were arrested after one of the businessmen, Raju Jembiya lodged a complain at a police station stating that he and his friend C Sadashiva, were duped by one Terry Joseph from Nigeria to the tune of Rs 3.6 lakh. “Terry Joseph, who by posing as a restaurant owner in Nigeria, befriended Sadashiva six months ago over Facebook and then expressed his willingness to invest Rs 1 lakh US dollars in restaurant business in India” police statement states When Sadashiva agreed to join Terry’s business venture, Terry asked him to meet another Nigerian man who he, Terry, gave his own share of the money, which he wanted to invest in the hotel. Sadashiva met with the second Nigerian who asked him to first release his own share of the investment before his partner, Terry will release his. Sadashiva did and after releasing the money, the phones of the Nigerian man was switched off. Sadashiva, suspecting he’d been duped, reported the case to the police. The police after investigations were able to arrest the fraudsters and their accomplices. Terry, the initiator of the scam deal is still at large."
Continue reading "Oshiomole defends Buhari’s appointments_____Following the public outcry over president Buhari’s appointments made recently, the governor of Edo state Adams Oshiomole, has released a statement defending the appointments of President Buhari. In the statement signed by his chief Press secretary, Peter Okhiria, Oshiomole said the appointments made so far have been based on merits. According to him, the time has come for Nigeria to use unusual methods to solve her unusual problems. The statement in part reads; “The Nigerian nation has come to a point where we have to use the best hands to confront the peculiarity of our problems. It is not all the time we descend to the level of geopolitical balancing; we need to employ unusual methods to solve an unusual problem. The level of decay in the country at present requires very seasoned hands and incorruptible Nigerians that will help translate the APC agenda of change for the benefit of all Nigerians. We must not reduce governance to political patronage of bread and butter. The governor congratulates the Chief of Staff, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation and the Comptroller General of Customs, all of who he had very close relationship with and whose credentials stand tall among their compeers. He wishes them well in their new jobs of helping to sanitize a system that has become so rotten and corrupt as a result of manifest incompetence and mismanagement.”"
Continue reading "Former governor Akpabio survives car crash in Abuja._______Former Akwa Ibom state governor, Senator Godswill Akpabio survived a car crash in Abuja yesterday after his chauffeur driven car crashed into other vehicles along Bolingo Junction close to Ship House in Abuja. Akpabio sustained injuries on his chest and was rushed to the Trauma ward in the National Hospital Abuja where he is receiving treatment. His family members and associates have been to the hospital to visit him. He is said to be responding well to treatment."