Popular singer, Innocent Idibia, a.k.a 2Face, has arrived at the camp for victims of Benue Flood, that displaced many families.
Benue born singer was in company of his wife, Annie Idibia and
reportedly arrived at 10:40 a.m. to donate gifts to thousands of
families who are urgently taking shelter at the camp, as the flood
reportedly washed away villages, farmlands, food storage facilities and
left many people displaced.
An estimated 110,000 people are believed to have been affected by the
massive flood that destroyed homes of residents following days of
rainfall last week.
Premium Times learnt that 3423 people are
currently in the camp including men, 531; women, 642; children (over 5
years), 1387; under five kids, 582; pregnant women, 92; lactating
mothers, 115 and 74 persons living with disabilities.
Father in Awka The Anambra State capital, whose name could not be
ascertained as of press time, has allegedly killed his only son,
Chibuzor, for proposing to marry a woman older than he (Chibuzor) is. It
was alleged that the man procured the services of some men believed to
be soldiers to execute the act.
An eyewitness told Punch
that the men in the Nigerian Army uniform had beaten their victim to a
coma. He, however, died at a nearby hospital where he was taken to.
The deceased, it was gathered , was the only son of his father.
who had had a failed marriage that produced a child, decided to remarry
after separating from the first wife. He was disappointed when the
father refused to give his approval to the...
The white wedding of former Ekiti state governor, Niyi Adebayo, Richard, to his wife, Reni Young, took place at the Church of the Transfiguration in New York city over the weekend. Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote. was part of the guest at the wedding.
Their traditional wedding took place in Lagos on August 12th.
MAPOLY undergraduates pose with their ritual calabash and laptops, after arrested for internet fraud (Photos)
7 National Diploma (ND) students of the MAPOLY (Moshood Abiola Polytechnic), Abeokuta, Ogun,
have been arrested by operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes
Commission, EFCC, Lagos zonal office, and charged with conspiracy,
obtaining money under false pretenses and possession of forged
The arrested suspects who were living a flamboyant life
linked to internet scam, forgery of financial instruments and lottery
scam, include; Adesina Olalekan, Makinde Noheem, Toheeb Ogunowo, Somotun
Olusola, Somotun Sodiq, Tajudeen Hafeez Bolaji and Kareem Olaseni,
studying different courses in the institution.
The EFCC officers
also arrested Iyun Ifeoluwa, Odusanwo Ibrahim, Obanijesu Opeyemi Soneye,
Azeez Olayinka, Babatunde Ajala, Ojejimi Ademola, Aderowunmi Ayomide
and Oluokun Oluwaseun following a petition received by the Commission
about their activities.
Confessing to newsmen, 21-year-old
Business Administration student, Olaseni said he created a Facebook
account with the name Dean Robert, with which he interacted with his