A man identified as Dumisani Matonsi has committed suicide after his newly wedded 18-year-old wife denied him of his conjugal rights at Somabula in Zimbabwe on Tuesday last week.
Councillor Adam Shava disclosed that he walked out of his bedroom after a misunderstanding ensued between him and his wife over sex.
It was reported that after about an hour, the wife Sarah Mazambatate woke to check up on him, only to find him hanging on a Msasa tree branch within the yard.
The Herald reported that the case was then reported to Gweru Rural Police Station under sudden death report RBR number 4703082.
Nollywood actress Lizzy Anjorin has finally responded to several controversies trailing her pregnancy story and the arrival of her baby.
Kemifilani recalled the controversial actress recently revealed how she insisted on abortion and opted for surrogacy because of the fear that pregnancy might destroy her career or make her go broke. Still, her husband and doctor tricked her into keeping the pregnancy.
In a post shared on Instagram, a Facebook user identified as Dolapo Dammy had accused the actress of faking her baby bump as she was never pregnant.
Responding to this, Lizzy Anjorin, on her Instagram page, shared a video of herself and her husband dancing with her bare baby bump to shut down speculations.
Captioning the post, Lizzy advised her...
Nigeria's national power grid has again collapsed, threatening to throw parts of the country into total blackout.
The incident happened at about 11am on Wednesday.
The Eko Electricity Distribution Company Plc in Lagos and it's counterpart in Kaduna State, confirmed the development via tweets.
Kaduna Electricity Company tweeted, “We regret to inform you that the power outage currently being experienced across our franchise – Kaduna, Sokoto, Kebbi and Zamfara states – is as a result of the collapse of the national grid.”
Similarly, the EEDC also said, “Dear customer, there is a partial system collapse In the national grid. Our TCN partners are working to restore supply immediately. Please bear with us.”
Thousands of Nigerians have taken to social media to react after Yomi Fabiyi protested at Panti over Baba Ijesha’s detention in the early hours of today.
On Wednesday, Fabiyi walked from the Casino bus stop to the Panti Police Station with the presence of other protesters.
They requested that Baba Ijesha be released from detention till when his case in court will be heard.
The demonstrators could be seen holding placards and banners that read, among other things, "denial of bail for a bailable offense is a human rights violation," "Nigeria police, please allow the law to dictate to you, not Iyabo Ojo, Princess, and co," "release Baba Ijesha," and "Nigeria police must respect human rights and honor bail for a bailable offense."...