Thursday, 27 August 2015

Two WDBJ7 Employees Shot & Killed; Suspected Shooter Kills Himself

A pair of television journalists at a CBS affiliate in Virginia were shot and killed during a live broadcast Wednesday morning, and authorities said the shooter, a former disgruntled employee at the station, shot himself after crashing his car on an interstate highway.

The suspected gunman, identified as Vester Flanagan, a 41-year-old former WDBJ-TV reporter who went by the name Bryce Williams on air, is in custody with "life-threatening injuries," police said.

The victims, WDBJ-TV reporter Alison Parker, 24, and Adam Ward, her 27-year-old cameraman, died shortly after the shooting, which occurred at approximately 6:45 a.m. at Bridgewater Plaza in Moneta, Va., near Smith Mountain Lake.

Friday, 21 August 2015

Google Can Rig Presidential Polls, Researchers say

The world's most-used search engine is so powerful and national elections are so tight, that even a tiny tweak in Google's (GOOGL, Tech30) secret algorithm could swing the 2016 presidential election, according to Robert Epstein, senior research psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology.

In an op-ed on, Epstein said that he and a team of researchers studied behavior in undecided voters who had been exposed to rigged search results. By displaying results that shone a more favorable light on a particular candidate the researchers could shift opinion towards that favored candidate.

The study boosted a candidate's favorability rating by between 37% and 63% after just one 15-minute search session. The five double-blind, randomized studies included 4,500 undecided voters in the United States and India.

15 Biggest Mistakes Women Make in a Marriage

From learning to live with a new human being to adjusting to a whole new family, compromises and adjustments are the name of the game. The unfortunate part is that more often than not everyone tends to blame the women when things go wrong. Well we blame them too. But not for the reasons you think.

Not knowing their value: One of the biggest mistakes women make is underplaying their own strengths in a marriage.

Giving too much: Marriage is a give-and-take affair. If you find yourself at the giving end and don’t see any efforts from his side then you are definitely at fault.

Relying on another person for your happiness: While it’s great to have a partner who knows exactly what makes you happy, relying on your man to dictate your happiness will never work out well.

Depending too much: Whether you are a working woman or a stay-at-home wife, being emotionally independent will always give you an edge in the relationship.

Over thinking: There are some things that are just not meant to be. So stop over analysing and just let certain things go.

Monday, 17 August 2015

Babangida Misses Abiola, 22yrs After Denying Him Presidency & Praises Sani Abacha As He Turns 74

Former Military President, General Ibrahim Babangida (rtd), yesterday, said he still misses the man he denied presidency 22 years ago, late Chief Moshood Abiola, who died in government detention in 1998.

Speaking at an interactive session with journalists in Minna, Niger State ahead of his 74th birthday anniversary, Babangida who annuled the 1993 election believed to have been won by Abiola said last week, he searched for one of the letters Abiola wrote him and re-read it.

“Let me see, last week, I dug out one of the letters he wrote to me and I read it. So, that shows that I still miss him.”

Police Arrest Bullion Van Robbers

Police detectives attached to the Ilupeju Police Station in Lagos have arrested the leader of an armed robbery gang which allegedly specialised in attacking bullion vans. The sum of $118,000 and £50,000 were allegedly recovered from the suspect's hideout at Mushin area of Lagos.

The suspect, Bolaji Oyekanmi was arrested after his gang had successfully robbed a bullion van that was carrying cash and was in transit to an unnamed bank.

A source at the command headquarters, Ikeja, told Daily Trust that after his arrest by the police team led by the Ilupeju Divisional Police Officer (DPO) Olayinka Egbeyemi, the suspect led the police to the home of a native doctor at Mushin, where the money was allegedly hidden.

Friday, 14 August 2015

Married Policewoman Caught Having Sex With Lover

A policewoman attached to the Lagos State Police Command has been demoted from the rank of a Sergeant to Corporal after an adulterous act.

According to The Eagle Online, the married woman, identified as Helen, was caught making love with her lover inside her personal car.

The mother of four and the man committed their escapade at the Ikeja Police College, Lagos, where she and thousands of other policemen and women went for the ‘Sergeant to Inspector’ mandatory promotion course.

Thursday, 13 August 2015

4 Dead, 6 Rescued In Lagos Helicopter Crash

Six people were rescued from the debris of Wednesday’s helicopter crash in Lagos, the Lagos State Fire and Safety Services has said.

Rasak Fadipe, the head of the agency told PREMIUM TIMES that four dead bodies have so far been recovered from the scene of the accident.

Monday, 10 August 2015

Meet Nigerian Yahoo Boy Who Makes N100M Every 6 Months (photo)

A fraudster who posed as an American general serving in Afghanistan conned two women out of more than £300,000 in just six months in what detectives believe was a multi-million-pound global scam.
The conman used images of real-life US soldiers to befriend the women over Skype saying he wanted to move to the UK to marry them.
He posed as “General James Krulak” and “General James Raul” and persuaded them to help transfer his $8.5million (£5.4million) retirement fund — a “box of treasure” from a family in Afghanistan.
Today Scotland Yard issued an appeal, saying it has identified two other possible victims of the fraudster but fears there may be many more women who have lost money.
Detectives from the Yard’s new FALCON cyber crime unit say they have uncovered evidence the con was part of a “sophisticated global network” preying on vulnerable women.
Nigerian national Robinson Agbonifoayetan, 32, of Welling, is facing jail after pleading guilty to two counts of fraud by false representation at Isleworth crown court.

Nigerian Prostitutes Election Turns Bloody In Lagos

The 2015 election of National Association of Nigerian Prostitutes, NANP, has been marred with violence.

DAILY POST gathered that violence broke out Sunday after former secretary of the association, Jessica Elvis was declared winner of the keenly contested election, which took place at a popular hangout, along Lasu-Iba road on Saturday.

It was gathered that Elvis polled 300 votes to defeat the incumbent, Madam Felix Efoyo, who garnered 153 votes as well as Nasarawa State Coordinator, Tamar Tion who got 63 votes.and comfort in the bedroom will make for a better experience all around.

However, the incumbent rejected the outcome of the election, claiming that the election was marred with irregularities.

Sunday, 9 August 2015

12 Reasons Why Masturbation Should Be In Your Daily Health Routine

As we just exited National Masturbation Month, it makes sense to look back on what we learned. But, first things first, we all know that this topic is pretty uncomfortable for most people to talk about or admit to doing. That's understandable because it's been ingrained in the human mind for decades upon decades that masturbation is a damning act, generally because of religion and cultural etiquette.
The Bible itself never specifically discusses the subject however does provide a very strict warning against "spilling your seed on the ground" which was then described by the Catholic Church as a sin that deserves eternal damnation (it was also called "onanism" after Onin, a character in the Bible). In fact, by WWI, masturbation was termed "self-abuse" and was medically described to be more dangerous for young boys than things like lying or stealing. And, of course, there wasn't even a mention of girls or women because, well, how could that even be a possible act they might engage in, right? Something like this definitely adds to the female reluctance to discuss the subject.

But, does everybody do it? Yes. Like, everybody? Yes. Everybody. And although the above mentioned is indicative of the shame/guilt/fear so many people have or feel around admitting to/talking about masturbation, recent studies are going to start changing that.
According to Indiana University's National Survey Of Sexual Health And Behaviours, more than half of American adults masturbate between 1 and 4 times per week and men do it more frequently than women but it's not going to stay this way many think.

There are several health benefits to masturbation (both physically and mentally) and they're very worth while to know and keep in mind. I'm not suggesting that people should be complete open books on this topic (if you're not comfortable with doing so) but I do think that the massive stigma around discussion (especially for females) really needs to be adjusted.
Check out this list of 12 things that both the natural and scientific world agree are great health benefits behind this act ( that's a tale as old as time).

Friday, 7 August 2015

Why You Should Pursue Your Dream Even If Nobody Encourages You


Live life on your own terms

Whenever you try to make positive changes in your life, you’ll experience resistance.
Sometimes, the resistance is internal, meaning you vs. yourself.
Waking up earlier to go to the gym sucks. Much easier to press “snooze.” Politely declining that slice of pizza when your coworkers just happen to be throwing another impromptu party….agony.
Same thing with starting a business. Sometimes you put so many obstacles in your own way that you forget why you wanted to start the damn thing to begin with.

That’s all internal resistance to change. Usually, that type of resistance is actually a good sign. It means you’re stretching yourself. But along with internal resistance, you’ll also face a lot of external resistance from people around you.
From parents who tell you to “be realistic”… “I know you like dance…but are you sure you don’t want to major in computer science? Starting salary is $80,000!”
To coworkers who tell you that you should just be happy for even having a job…“OMG in THIS economy??!!”

Thursday, 6 August 2015


26-year-old Victoria Momidu, is a lady one could described as a shy person at first glance. But as she stood along with her partner in crime behind the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the Lagos State Command, Ikeja, one could best imagine how calm but deadly she could be while operating alongside her robbery gang.

Victoria and one other member of her gang were arrested recently by the men of Lagos State SARS, who had been on their trail after receiving a tip-off about the gang’s plan.
In her confession, Victoria said: “I was hustling before I met Okokawon, who is my boyfriend. He told me to join his gang. When she was asked to explain what she meant by hustling, she replied in one word “prostitution.”

She and her gang had robbed some passengers along the Mile 2- Badagry Expressway. They operate from private cab, a police source alleged.

It all began some months ago, Victoria narrated. She said another member of the gang, Okolawon, (also in SARS custody) had approached her on the need for her to join the gang.

Victoria Momidu said she was once a prostitute but had to stop prostituting six months ago because she was not making enough money from the aged long profession.

Wednesday, 5 August 2015

DJ Cuppy's Africa Event & Nigerian Billionaires

For those lucky enough to get invited to the blow-out bash and the opening of DJ Cuppy’s first-ever Pan-Africa 8-Country tour inside the plush Marquee of Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos on Saturday night, they were treated to the hedonistic side of Nigeria’s billionaires.
Many of these powerful figures had turned up in drove at the star studded Lagos edition of the tour tagged #CuppyTakesAfrica put together by Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola aka DJ Cuppy, talented DeeJay daughter of Lagos business mogul, Femi Otedola. And from their very restrictive elevated section of the venue (which nearly caved in due to overcrowding), the titans proved to all that they were not all about making money, but also know how to party hard.
The partying-power circle included top politicians, investing titans, oil barons, banking magnates, private equity mavens, media moguls and other celebrities led by Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote.

Also present were Dangote’s younger brother, Sanni; Edo State governor Adams Oshiomhole and pretty wife, Lara; former Cross River and Ekiti State governors Donald Duke and Otunba Niyi Adebayo respectively; Nigerian Stock Exchange CEO Oscar Onyeama; Tony Elumelu; Wale Tinubu; Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede; Herbert Wigwe; Segun Agbaje; Dapo Abiodun; Tayo Ayeni; Dele Momodu; Kunle Bakare and Mo Abudu among others.

Steven Spielberg Donates $1 Million To Clinton's Presidential Campaign

Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg has contributed US $1 million to support former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.

The contribution has gone to Clinton's 2016 Super PAC (Political Action Committee), which is a type of organisation that pools campaign contributions from members and donates those funds to campaign for or against candidates, ballot initiatives, or legislation, reported Deadline.

Other donors for Clinton's presidential bid include Star Wars director JJ Abrams and wife Katie McGrath, who each gave US $500,000.

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Abike Dabiri - I Owe No Bank

Sequel to the released list of Bank Debtors by CBN and the inclusion of the names of Abike Dabiri; the former House of Representative member had openly faulted this publication as false and inconclusive.

She was of the opinion that she has no business or company with the name of the organization that was published owning Diamond Bank about 100million Naira. According to the publication, it was stated that she used the company/organization to collect loan from the aforementioned Bank and she has not paid back till date.

See her various reactions to this publication via tweets.