In what appears to be clear case of ignorance, an aggrieved man has taken to Twitter to share a hilarious mistake he made. Known simply as @bigheadeddudes, he took to the platform to lament after he supposedly received something different from the item he ordered however, from the look of things he should be blamed
Contrary to the viral case of what i ordered versus what i got, this young man apparently ordered for an item out of ignorance and received just what he ordered but is currently pained.
According to him, he ordered a large suitcase from popular online store, Jumia, but was delivered a tiny doll box that can fit into his palm.
The young man has however left social media users confused as he ordered for a Mini Luggage Box For BJD Dolls, with the dimension clearly stated there as 17cm * 11.5cm * 8.2cm.
A lady has accused a man from Anambra state identified as 'One Billion Chimaobi' of killing her brother in Senegal.
The lady, Joy Alueze Bassey, alleged that Chimaobi stabbed her brother Nnamdi Booley Bassey to death in Senegal and escaped afterwards.
Read her Facebook post below.
''I can't keep calm
Chimaobi(one billion chimaobi) from Anambra state
I must tell the whole world who you are
You stabbed my brother Nnamdi booley bassey from afikpo to death in Senegal
And you ran away...no where to be found.
You can't continue hiding,your hands are stained
My brothers blood will hunt you
You kept my family especially my aged mother in a bitter,ill condition.
Let me remained you
It actually rains everywhere
It will be better you come out from your hiding,bury him and...
Below is a picture of Adegboyega Adefarasin, son of pastor Paul Adefarasin of House on the Rock church in Lagos. The picture was shared on Instagram by his father in celebration of his 21st birthday.
Paul Adefarasin wrote:
''Today, I am deeply grateful and prayerfully rejoice that one of my two sons and the seed of my loins turns 21.
Adegboyega, we are grateful that you have tested our values and chosen to walk with them in the the path of the upright, and sustainably so.
It seems like only yesterday ..., you were but a baby in our arms, and today, we have a son who understands his place, his promise, his power and his purpose; who will not depart from the...
Super Eagles' goalkeeper, Carl Ikeme has announced his retirement from football after months of battling with Acute Leukamia.
The 32-year-old Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper made 274 domestic career appearances in all competitions, with over 200 of them coming for Wolves, the club he joined in 2000 as a 14-year-old.
His retirement was confirmed by Wolves executive chairman Jeff Shi on the Club's website.
“Having been at the club since the age of 14, Carl is far more than just a player in our eyes - he is our brother and an important part of our family.
“When Carl came to tell us his news, yes there was sadness, but also great happiness to see him so healthy and hungry for the opportunities that lay ahead of him.
“Carl is strong, a fighter, something he has proven in his playing career and also during what has been a very challenging time for him, so I have...