Friday, 28 July 2017

Police burst 2 Gay lovers in Abeokuta

A middle aged man simply identified as Segun Osota Oladipupo narrowly escaped death recently in Abeokuta after he was caught in bed with his gay partner by the partner’s wife and mother -in- law.
 The incident occurred at numbver 10 tekobo street Idi Aba area of Abeokuta on 13th  March 2017.

Our reporter  gathered that, Segun Osota who is married to one Adijat Osota with two kids is also a bisexual man who has another male lover  identified as SEGUN Fagbenro who he has been having homosexual relationship with for some years without the knowledge of his  wife who has been suspicious of her husbands unreasonable closeness to osota

Senate Passes NFIA Bill Which Limits EFCC’s Powers

The Senate has passed the bill to establish to the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Agency thus implementing the first step in pulling the country’s financial intelligence unit out of the control of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

The bill was passed after it was read for the third time today, just the fourth legislative day since it was first initiated last Thursday.

The bill was earlier referred to the committee on anti-corruption on Tuesday. However, without the usual public hearing, organised to consider opinions of concerned parties on any public related subject, the report of the committee was presented on Wednesday and the bill passed on Thursday, Premium Times reports.

Customs Orders Removal Of Illegal Checkpoints Across Nigeria

The Nigerian Customs Service has begun the implementation of the directive issued by the Federal Government, directing the dismantling of all illegal check points by its operatives across the country.

A circular from the office of the Deputy Comptroller General on Enforcement and Investigations, addressed to all Ag. DCGs, ACGs, Zonal Coordinators, CACs, Comptrollers FOUs, GIU, CGCs compliance Team and Marine Command, and dated 25th July 2017 stated that the directive was in reference to the memo by the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council of 18th July 2017 recommending the action.

The letter which was signed by the DCG himself, A. Dangaladima, said only two checkpoints, namely the ones situated at Agbara and Gbaji along Lagos-Badagry -Seme road were ‘statutorily approved.’

Nyako Granted Permission To Travel Abroad For Medical Treatment

The Federal High Court, Abuja, today granted former Adamawa governor, Murtala Nyako, permission to travel abroad for medical treatment.

Justice Okon Abang gave the permission after hearing an application filed by Nyako’s counsel seeking permission to travel.

How Instagram Lifestyle Made John Terry & Wife Loose £400k To Thieves

Burglars stole an 'eye watering' £400,000 worth of designer bags and jewellery from former England captain John Terry's mansion after he posted a picture of himself enjoying a ski trip on Instagram.

The footballer, who now captains Championship side Aston Villa, posed for pictures on the slopes of the French Alps with his wife Toni, 35, boasting to his 3.4million followers on the social media site that he was having a 'great few days away skiing with the family'.

Winnie Harlow Now Inspiring People Living With Vitiligo

God bless winnie! A grandmother has bared all to show that  'beauty is beyond skin' after learning to embrace the vitiligo which will one day turn her skin completely white and previously left her suicidal.

Model, business owner, and mother-of-four Iomikoe Johnson, 37, from Lake Charles, Louisiana first noticed a tiny spot of white skin under her arm 12-years ago.