Tuesday 31 May 2016

‘Shield’ Actor Michael Jace Found Guilty of Wife’s Murder

Actor Michael Jace, known for his work in “The Shield,” has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of his wife two years ago, a Los Angeles jury revealed on Tuesday.
Evidence had shown that Michael Jace shot his wife, April Jace, in their Hyde Park home three times in May 2014.

Closing arguments and deliberation began on Friday following a week-long trial.

Friday 27 May 2016

The Receptionist Part 1

November 15th 7:00pm
It was like every usual day in Vera’s Bakery. People flowing in and out, trying to get their cakes delivered, making new orders and the happy and impatient faces waiting for their cakes. I had my plastic smile on my face, maintained the sweet tone they all liked as I took down their orders. I looked over at the clock, counting minutes, as I envisioned my bed and that glorious feeling of taking off your bra and kicking off your shoes.
‘Good evening, I want to make an order for tomorrow, here’s the order ‘ He said handing me a piece of paper.
I took my eyes away from the laptop as I stared at the good looking man right in front of me.
‘My order mam’ He said sounding impatient as he shoved the paper at me
‘Sincere apologies please‘ I said stuttering a bit. ‘Fill in your name and contact number and delivery address here’ I said giving him another piece of paper.

Thursday 26 May 2016

EFCC Declares Omisore Wanted

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has declared the former deputy governor of Osun State, Senator Iyiola Omisore, wanted for alleged misappropriation of funds.
This was disclosed on Tuesday in a statement by the Head, Media and Publicity, EFCC, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren.

According to him, Omisore is wanted in connection with a case of receiving and misappropriating the sum of over N700, 000,000.00 from the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) between June and November, 2014.

Wednesday 25 May 2016


Would you confess to your husband that the son he thought belonged to him after five daughters is not his?
My name is Vivian and I have been married for 10 years now but there is a burden I have carried for over four years now and it is eating me deep inside, especially now that I have given my life to Christ.

I feel an impulsion to confess and divulge the secret to Tony, my husband. The fact is that our only son, after five daughters, does not belong to my husband. He is the result of a moment of madness I had when I was going through a lot of stress from his family who were bent on throwing me out of my home due to my inability to bear a male child for their son.

Tuesday 24 May 2016

Louis Van Gal Parting Words With Manchester United

It has been an honour to manage such a magnificent club as Manchester United FC, and in doing so, I have fulfilled a long-held ambition.I am immensely proud to have helped United win the FA Cup for the 12th time in the club's history. I have been privileged during my management career to have won 20 trophies but winning the FA Cup, which is steeped in so much history, will always be one of the "..most special achievements of my career.

I am very disappointed to be unable to complete our intended three-year plan. I believe that the foundations are firmly in place to enable the club to move forward and achieve even greater success.

I hope that winning the FA Cup will give the club a platform to build upon next season to restore the success that this passionate set of fans desire."

Manny Pacquiao Elected To Senate, Ending His Legendary Boxing Career

Filipino authorities on last week Thursday certified their national election results, thereby making boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao one of the island nation's 24 senators. Filipinos elected 12 new senators on May 9, and Pacquiao finished seventh, with more than 16 million votes.
It signals the end of his legendary boxing career, which began as a child when he left home to fight to earn money for his destitute family.

He rose to unimaginable heights, winning world titles in a record eight weight classes and becoming one of the two most popular fighters in the world. He was involved in three of the 14 best-selling pay-per-views in boxing history and developed a loyal and passionate fan base.

Pacquiao, who ends his career with a 58-6-2 mark and 38 knockouts, turned professional in 1995, just a month after his 16th birthday, as a 106-pounder. He went on to win world titles at flyweight, super bantamweight, featherweight, super featherweight, lightweight, super lightweight, welterweight and super welterweight.

Clinton Cash - Exposes Hilary Clinton

With only a few months to go before the US presidential election, a new documentary called – ‘Clinton Cash’ – has premiered at the Cannes film festival.
The documentary is based on the Peter Schweizer book which takes a critical look at Hillary Clinton’s family’s finances.

When the book was published in 2015, she dismissed it saying that being “subject to all kinds of distractions and attacks” was an expected part of her running for president.

The book alleges that Clinton, while serving as US Secretary of State, did favours for foreign governments and businesses that gave speaking fees to her husband, former President Bill Clinton, or money to her family’s charities.

Monday 23 May 2016


It seems like Davido doesn’t play well as a team or he just has the wrong team members.

Yesterday, He went on Snapchat to reveal that unnamed members of his team are beginning to steal his money.


The man named Marc Knight disclosed how he had been upset to discover the damage done to his parked motorcycle at the Rajiv Gandhi Government Hospital in India.
A man has expressed his shock in a post he shared via his Facebook page, revealing the strange story of how his motorcycle taillight had been broken but paid for in his absence.
The man named Marc Knight disclosed how he had been upset to discover the damage done to his parked motorcycle at the Rajiv Gandhi Government Hospital in India.

Sunday 22 May 2016

MH17 Families Sue Russia & Putin For Compensation

An Australian law firm has reportedly filed a compensation claim against Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, in the European court of human rights on behalf of families of victims of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.

The jetliner crashed in Ukraine in pro-Russian rebel-held territory on 17 July, 2014, killing all 298 people on board, including 28 Australians.

The aircraft, which was en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was shot down by a Russian-made surface-to-air missile, the Dutch Safety Board concluded in its final report late last year.
Fighting was raging in eastern Ukraine between Russian-backed separatists and Ukrainian government forces when the aircraft was downed and many western experts and governments blamed the rebels.


Louis van Gaal
"It is fantastic to win this title for the club, for the fans and also for me," he said.

"I want to win things and titles. I have won everywhere I have worked. When they want to use my knowledge and my management, I shall continue

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The Boko Haram sect, who abducted over 200 school girls from Chibok two years ago, reportedly want to broker a deal with the Nigerian government. They are offering to release the remaining kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls in return for avoiding execution. Two of the girls were rescued recently. It is believed that only a third of the abducted girls are still alive.

According to a report in The Times, senior members of the terrorist group said:

"We want to surrender because things are getting worse," said Amir Muhammad Abdullahi, who is reportedly Boko Haram's second in command. He said no side was winning the battle and that only a third of the girls remained as "the rest have been martyred".

Friday 20 May 2016

French President Hollande Confirms EgyptAir Flight 'CRASHED'

French President Francois Hollande confirmed on Thursday that the EgyptAir flight that disappeared from radar screens over the Mediterranean had "crashed".

"We must ensure that we know everything on the causes of what happened. No hypothesis is ruled out or favoured," he said in a televised address. "Whether it was an accident or another hypothesis that everyone has on their mind - a terrorist hypothesis... at this stage we must focus on our solidarity with the families and the search for the causes of the catastrophe," Hollande added.

Thursday 19 May 2016

Quote Of The Day: All The Channels Of Oil Theft Will Be Blocked - Buhari

'All the channels of oil theft will be blocked within two years and Nigerians will witness a rich and better Nigeria'- Buhari

President Buhari said this in an interview with BBC Hausa recently.
“When as a Minister in the 70s I built Warri and Kaduna refineries together with 20 deports and several kilometers of pipe lines…Aliko Dangote is building a refinery capable of refining 650, 000 barrel a day, we are also going to repair the four refineries all these will be completed within two years.
All the channels of oil theft will then be blocked and those who happen to be alive will witness a rich and better Nigeria. After all that, if Nigerians choose to elect thieves as their leaders is left to them."

Sir Alex Ferguson -Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo (They Aren't On The Same Level)

The former Manchester Untied boss has been weighing in on the old Messi vs Ronaldo debate at an event with golfer Rory McIlroy
They may have been usurped from the top of the La Liga scoring charts, but the Cristiano Ronaldo vs Lionel Messi debate continues to rage.

And now former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has given his insight on what makes his ex-charge Ronaldo the pick of the pair, as he spoke as a guest at 'An Evening with Rory McIlroy in Dublin.

“It’s interesting to me that we hear so much about two players these days: Ronaldo and Messi ,” the Scot said alongside the former World No.1 golfer.

Wednesday 18 May 2016

Herdsmen Sentenced To 20 Years In Jail Over Illegal Possession Of Firearms

News reports have revealed that a High Court sitting in Asaba, Delta State has reportedly sentenced two Fulani herdsmen to jail for illegal possession of firearms.
The sentencing had been handed down during the court hearing held on Monday, May 16, 2016 to the herdsmen identified as Hassan Abidu and Yakubu Salem.
The suspects are now reportedly facing 20 years in prison with hard labour following allegations of being a oart of an armed squad known for terrorizing the indigenes of Ibusa community in Delta State.

Manchester United 3-1 Bournemouth

Centurion: Rooney netted his 100th Premier League gaol at Old Trafford

The Red Devils skipper netted his 100th Premier League goal at Old Trafford before Rashford and Young sealed the win in the re-arranged clash at Old Trafford

Manchester United ended their disappointing Premier League campaign on something of a high in front of a two-thirds full Old Trafford.

The result in the game postponed from Sunday because of the security alert confirmed United have missed out on a Champions League place to Manchester City on goal difference.

Tuesday 17 May 2016


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Leicester Fans Party Through The Night After Celebrating Title Triumph (Pictures)

Streets across the city were closed as supporters tried to catch a glimpse of their heroes with the trophy before a night of partying into the small hours
Thousands of fans partied through the night after celebrating Leicester 's Premier League title success.

The Foxes paraded the trophy around the city centre on an open-top bus parade which was attended by an estimated quarter of a million people.

Streets across Leicester were closed as supporters tried to catch a glimpse of the unlikely title heroes with the trophy.

The team started at Jubilee Square in the city centre before making their way to Victoria Park, where the team greeted the supporters with a special event on stage.

More Fun Pictures After Cut

Friday 13 May 2016

Drinking A Beer A Day Will Help Fight Off Heart Attack

On a sunny day, there is nothing as delicious as a cool, crisp beer.
And drinking a pint a day is good for the heart, a study has found.
While binge drinking is known to harm our health, moderate consumption reduces the risk of heart and blood vessel diseases by a quarter, researchers discovered.
The team, from the IRCCS Mediterranean Neurological Institute, Pozzilli, said the alcohol and other chemicals in the drink reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and artery disease.

They reviewed 150 studies and concluded drinking 1.4 pints or two 330ml cans protects the heart without increasing the odds of dementia or cancers, the Times reports.
One of the authors, Dr Simona Costanzo, of the IRCCS Mediterranean Neurological Institute, said it is important to note that the study found only moderate drinking has health benefits.
Excessive drinking – such as binging on a lot of alcohol at the weekend - is known to harm the body, she insisted.

Thursday 12 May 2016

PICTURE OF THE DAY: Floyd Mayweather & 'Daddy Daughter' Iyanna In Paris

'My daughter @moneyyaya & I are travelling  the world on #AirMayweather. We went to the top of the Eiffel Tower today. After that, we posed for a daddy daughter photo,' he captioned the image.

Tuesday 10 May 2016

Police Protest Outside Beyonce's Houston

The featured video from Beyonce's massively successful album Lemonade highlights police brutality

Law enforcement officers gathered outside Beyonce's hometown concert in Houston, Texas to protest the alleged anti-police message in her Formation video.

The 34-year-old superstar's Formation World Tour touched down at the NRG Stadium over the weekend, but fans arriving at the venue were met by members of the Coalition Of Police And Sheriffs (COPS), who staged a demonstration nearby and shone a blue light in the direction of the arena, reported Contactmusic.

Sunday 8 May 2016


We’ve been hearing it for months: Many established Republicans won’t support Donald Trump if he becomes their party’s 2016 presidential nominee.

But after his most recent victories in six northeastern states at the end of April and his sweep in Indiana on Tuesday, the New York billionaire is fewer than 200 delegates short of earning the required 1,237 to clinch the nomination. And as of Wednesday, he’s the only remaining GOP contender in the race, after both Ted Cruz and John Kasich suspended their campaigns.

Since Tuesday night, when Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus urged the party to unite behind the real estate tycoon, several prominent Republicans have publicly said they won’t back Trump in the general election. And some have said they will skip the Republican National Convention, scheduled for July 18 through 21 in Cleveland.

Trump’s inflammatory remarks toward immigrants and women have given pause to some members of the party, while others differ on his policy stances (or lack thereof) on issues including the economy, foreign affairs and international trade, to name just a few. Led by conservative blogger Erick Erickson, a pocket of Republicans are now trying to draft a third-party candidate to prevent Trump from taking the White House. Meanwhile, a small number of established members of the party have publicly supported the presumptive nominee. Below is a look at who has said far.

Saturday 7 May 2016


Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is demanding greater international cooperation in returning hundreds of millions of dollars in Nigerian funds hidden abroad.

Buhari was elected in March 2015 on an anti-corruption ticket and has pledged to reclaim billions of dollars allegedly lost to dodgy dealings and mismanagement. The West African oil giant has endured decades of endemic corruption, with state funds being secreted abroad by public figures including ex-military ruler Sani Abacha. The late general, who led Nigeria between 1993 and his death in 1998, is suspected of looting up to $5 billion in public funds during his reign. Switzerland recently agreed to return $321 million Abacha had hidden there, though the former ruler may have stored up to $2.2 billion in European bank accounts.

Friday 6 May 2016

The Cost Of National Depression By Reuben Abati

Article written by Reuben Abati. Please read on.
“I hear the World Bank says Nigeria is now the worst place to do business in the entire world.”
“ I don’t believe it.”
“I also hear that of the 15 fastest growing economies in Africa, Nigeria is no longer on the list.”
“ I say I don’t believe that. And stop hearing bad things.”
“We are not even in the top 10 of the World Top 10 oil producers anymore. Yet, we used to be No. 6.”
“ I still don’t believe that.”
“Inflation is now 13.2%, or well may be 12.8%.”
“If you go to the market with N400 to buy pepper, that amount can’t get you enough pepper to fry two eggs.”
“Stop eating eggs. Too much cholesterol is bad for your health.”
“Moody’s has also just downgraded Nigeria in its ratings for end of March 2016.”
“Yes. It is a credit and investment ratings corporation.”
“It is called Moody? What do you expect, then, other than a moody report?”
“Our rating by Standard and Poor’s is also negative.”

Man, Woman Dead, 2 Kids Shot Outside Vegas-Area Day Care

LAS VEGAS  — A domestic-related shooting in front of a suburban Las Vegas day care center left a man and woman dead Thursday and their two young children hospitalized with gunshot wounds, authorities said.

It was not clear whether the mother or father fired the shots or whether the 3-year-old girl and 4-year-old boy were intended targets, North Las Vegas police spokeswoman Ann Cavaricci said. The children were hospitalized in stable condition with non-life-threatening injuries.

Authorities have not identified the family and said it was clear what the adults' relationship status was.

Thursday 5 May 2016

Diezani Alison-Madueke Under Probe For Election Rigging

Nigeria’s former oil minister Diezani Alison-Madueke is under investigation for allegedly trying to rig last year’s elections, a spokesman for the country’s anti-corruption agency said on Tuesday.
“We are investigating a case involving the former petroleum minister Mrs Alison-Madueke in respect of some millions of dollars she is accused of giving to INEC officials to influence the 2015 elections,” Wilson Uwujaren, of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), told AFP.
Local media has claimed the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) received $115 million in oil money to influence the polls in favour of then president Goodluck Jonathan’s People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
Alison-Madueke was petroleum minister in Jonathan’s government until last year, when he was defeated by Muhammadu Buhari

Expect To See Me At Manchester United Next Season- Van Gaal

There has been intense speculation that Van Gaal would be replaced by Jose Mourinho once the season comes to an end.
But in his most-revealing interview of the season, the United boss said: “Of course I knew how hard this job would be. That is why they hired me and we have spoken about that.
“Also, we have a process of three years. I wanted to sign for two years, they wanted three years – not me. I signed for three years, so next year you see me again.”
Van Gaal also believes United could have been on the brink of winning the Premier League title – not today’s opponents Leicester – if his squad had not been so hard hit by injuries.
When asked if United would challenge for the league title next season and be in a similar position to the one Leicester are now, Van Gaal said: “You can never say that.