Patience Jonathan might just be a criminal- ICC

The International Criminal Court has said Nigeria’s First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, is liable to prosecution for her  many unscrupulous statements at campaign grounds across the country.
The global criminal court said that it had begun conducting preliminary examinations.
In reports by Punch, the office of the prosecutor stated that it received the petition written by the the All Progressives Congress (APC), asking the ICC to prosecute Patience Jonathan for making inciting comments in public place that might lead to violence.
According to the mail sent by the office of the prosecutor to the punch,
“Under Article 15 of the Rome Statue, the Prosecutor of the ICC may receive information on crimes within the jurisdiction on the Court (also called ‘Communication’).
With regards to your enquiry, the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court can confirm receipt of the communication referred to since the sender (APC) has made this fact public in the media.
The office will give consideration to this communication, as appropriate, in accordance with the provisions of the Rome Statue of the International Criminal Court, as it does with all such communications,”
Through a press statement, the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda further reiterated the stance of the ICC to prosecute anyone who promotes or instigates violence before, during or after the general elections.
Other countries under probe for alleged genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes are Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Darfur, Sudan, Libya, Ivory Coast and Mali, Afghanistan, Colombia, Georgia, Guinea, Honduras, Iraq, Nigeria, Ukraine and Palestine.

Why 50 shades of grey should not have been banned – Omotola Ekeinde

Popular Nollywood diva, Omotola
Jalade-Ekeinde believes the cinema ban imposed on much-talked about American
movie, 50 Shades of Grey by the National Film & Video Censors Board (NFVCB)
is ‘a little bit harsh’.

Speaking in a chat with HipTV’s Trending, Omotola said
the movie was made for a target audience, obviously matured enough to consume
the content and the board should have ensured that cinemas do not let minors
watch it instead of just banning it outright. ‘
I don’t agree that the level of
nudity and erotic scenes in the movie ought to be. But then, you know, romance
and love is a part of life, but the explicit nature of the...

Woman dies after spending first night with married lover she met on Facebook

One Miss Adekemi Faboro, who teaches at a private nursery

and primary school, in Ojota, is dead. She died last weekend in Ogba
area of Lagos while on a date with her married Facebook lover,
Christopher Ezekiel, for the first time.

PM news reports that Ezekiel, a father of two, who happens
to e an engineering staff of an electrical company based in Shagamu,
came from Ibadan, Oyo State, to visit Adekemi in Lagos State, for the
first time on the fateful day, after he met her on Facebook.
Trouble however started for Ezekiel, when Adekemi started
coughing severely at mid night in her home, at 5, Folorunsho Street, off
Ajayi Road, Ogba.
And when the situation was getting out of hand, tenants
who suspected foul play, rushed her to Ifako General Hospital where she

Yemi Alade’s Johnny charm fails her in Germany


 Afro pop singer Yemi Alade’s Johnny charm did not work for her in Germany last night.

The rave of the moment who is currently on a world musical tour, was
reportedly disgraced at Tropical Bar, Berlin, Germany for failing to
show up on time.
Fans who arrived waited for hours and by the time she got in, they were tired of waiting and had left.
Addressing the issue in a video she just released moments ago, Yemi
Alade attributed it to an error on the part of the organisers who told
her she was to show up at 2.00 am only to keep fans waiting since 10 pm.
“By the time i got to the venue at 2.30am, half of the people present
had left and the other half were really furious. Things got violent and
my team advised me not...

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