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Monday, 24 October 2016

Celeb Baby Maxwell Linus Was A Year Old Yesterday!

Actress Stephanie Linus and Husband Idahosa yesterday Celebrated their son Maxwell's 1st Birthday...
Happy Belated Birthday Max ..... More photos after the cut...

Photos: Eze Ndigbo Of Malaysia Dies In His Sleep

Yes they have one! The Igbo community in Malaysia are mourning at the moment. Most of them woke up to the news of the death of their Eze Ndigbo who heads them in Malaysia.

The young Chief, Izuchukwu Nwajiaku, a renowned exporter who was crowned about two months ago (August) died in his sleep yesterday. May his soul RIP.

Photos From Orobosa Igbinedion And Umar Mantu's Wedding Finale In Johannesburg, South Africa

Orobosa Igbinedion and Umar Mantu's final wedding ceremony was held Saturday in Johannesburg, South Africa. The grand outdoor ceremony and reception was attended by friends and family, including the couple's parents Chief Gabriel Igbinedion and wife Lady Cherry Igbinedion and former Deputy Senate President, Ibrahim Mantu. More photos after the cut...

Finally, APC Accepts Responsibility For Nigeria’s Poor Economic Situation, Promises Solution

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After several months of blaming the erstwhile ruling party, PDP, for the current state of Nigeria’s economy, the APC has accepted responsibility.

The ruling party also promised to fix the problems.
The APC’s position was stated by Governor Rochas Okorocha who briefed journalists after a meeting between the party’s governors and President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Governor Wike's Wife: "I Belong To The Kitchen, I Also Belong To Every Other Room"

Wife of the Rivers State Governor, Justice Eberechi Nyesom-Wike has said women's "positive roles" form the platform for the development of the society.

Justice Nyesom-Wike also said women are divinely wired to do more at all times for societal growth and stability.
"All women have been through a lot as they strive to build the society. Our contributions to societal development cannot be underestimated. 
"I belong to the kitchen, I belong to the living room and I belong to every room created by God. So also other women. We are created by God to do more. In my own case as a judicial officer, I also belong to the courtroom. Other women

Police Recover 19 Cars, SUVs From Ex-IG Arase - BUSTED

The Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has ordered an investigation into the purchase and distribution of vehicles by his predecessors.

The probe was informed by discovery that ex-senior officers, including former IGs and the Deputies were in the habit of appropriating police vehicles for their personal use.

Surprisingly, the probe, which is being handled by the Special Investigation Panel, had identified and recovered 19 police vehicles from former IG, Solomon Arase.

Some of the vehicles include assorted sedans, Sports Utility Vehicles and pick-up vans.

According to Punch, the vehicles were apart from the four vehicles he was entitled to take

ISIS Used Men, Boys As Human Shields Leaving 284 Dead

ISIS rounded up and killed 284 men and boys as Iraqi-led coalition forces closed in on Mosul, the terror group's last major stronghold in Iraq, an Iraqi intelligence source told CNN.

Those killed Thursday and Friday were used as human shields against attacks forcing ISIS out of southern parts of Mosul.

ISIS dumped the corpses in a mass grave at the defunct College of Agriculture in northern Mosul, the intelligence source said.

The victims including children were all shot, said the source, who asked for anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to the media. CNN is however yet to independently confirm the killings.

NJC Bars Judges, Court Staff And Judicial Officers From Accepting Gifts

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In order to encourage independence of the judiciary, the National Judicial Council, NJC, has barred judges and other court staff from accepting any form of gift(s) from any one or any arm of government.This is also to curb corruption and other unethical conducts among judicial officers and court staff members, especially due to the recent raiding of homes and arrests of some Supreme and High Court judges.

The new measures, which are part of a new NJP to be launched in Abuja today, Monday Oct. 23 was initiated to improve on the existing NJC NJP and a similar policy by the National Judicial Institute, NJI.
The existing Code of Conduct for judicial officers states that:
"A judge and members of his/her family shall neither ask for nor accept any gift, bequest, favour, or loan on account of anything done or omitted to be done by him in the discharge of his duties.
“But, the provision in the new policy particularly bars judges and other court staff from accepting gifts from other arms of government, and made compliance

EFCC Demands N100M Administrative Bail To Release Ex Minister Obanikoro

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The family and associates of the former Minister of State for Defence, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, are intensifying efforts to raise N100m to release him from the detention of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

A source said the family had taken a decision that the former minister would not spend another week in the detention facility of the commission.
Obanikoro flew into the country on Monday last week and has since been held by the EFCC, whose operatives have been interrogating him in connection with N4.7bn traced to Silva Mcnanamara, a company in which, the commission says he has interests.

Babajide and Gbolahan, two of Obanikoro’s sons, were said to be directors of the company when N4.7bn was allegedly paid into the company’s accounts from the office of the National

Alleged N7bn Jonathan Largesse: CAN Leaders Paid Me N1m To Keep Quiet - Cleric

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A Jos-based clergy, Pastor Kallamu Ali Dikwa, yesterday reignited the controversy over the alleged N7billion ‘donation’ to the leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) by the Goodluck Jonathan campaign organization ahead of last year’s election.
Dikwa said in Kaduna that he was offered N1million of the sum to ‘keep quiet’.
He first blew open the allegation in 2015 when he claimed the money was given to CAN for the purpose of campaigning for the former president.
Jonathan lost the election.
However, CAN President Supo Ayokunle yesterday dismissed the allegation as a mere fabrication. Ayokunle was vice president to Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, who was CAN President.
Ayokunle said he has never given anyone money since his assumption of office three months