Friday, 7 October 2016

Chris Brown is on his way to Kenya

R&B singer, Chris Brown is currently on his way to Kenya for the Mombasa Rocks gig, which holds on Saturday, October 8, at the Mombasa Golf Club. The singer posted a photo on Instagram where he is seen boarding a private jet.

Photos from the Kamu Ceremony of Orobosa, daughter of Esama of Benin, Chief Gabriel Igbinedion

The Kamu Ceremony of Orobosa, daughter of Esama of Benin, Chief Gabriel Igbinedion and his Jamaican born wife, Lady Cherry Igbinedion, held in Abuja yesterday night. She will soon hold her white wedding to husband-to-be, Umar Mantu.
The “Kamu” ceremony is where the bride is unveiled by the groom’s female family members after they have negotiated and paid a sum of money to the bride’s friends so they can be allowed to see her.

Court orders AMCON to pay Capital Oil and Gas N26 billion

In what could be described as an epic judgment a Federal High Court in Abuja on Thursday ordered the Asset Management C‎orporation of Nigeria (AMCON) to pay Capital Oil and Gas Limited the sum of N26Billion  as contained in the consent judgment delivered in 2013.
The court presided over by Justice Abdul Kafarati in his judgement held that the court has powers to enforce its judgment or the verdict of any lower court in the country. 

International Rugby player apologizes for having sex with another woman in airport bathroom

New Zealand Rugby star, Aaron Smith has issued out an apology after he was caught having sex with another woman whom he tagged as a ‘Female Friend.’ In a released statement, The All Blacks star, widely considered the game’s best player on current form said:
‘I’d personally like to say a huge sorry to my partner (girlfriend) Teagan, her family, my family. I’m also sorry to my teammates and the New Zealand fans. My behavior is unacceptable and if you could respect me and my partner in this situation.’ ‘I’m just trying to get home to deal with this. Thank you.’
The incident took place weeks ago, at the Christchurch airport bathroom following his team victory over South Africa in the Rugby Championship.

80 percent of Nigerian women in Italy arrived for prostitution – UN

The United Nations’ International Organization for Migration (IOM) has said that about eighty
 per cent of Nigerian women who arrived Italy by boat in the first half of 2016 were trafficked for prostitution.

“What we have seen this year is a crisis; it is absolutely unprecedented and is the most significant increase in the number of Nigerian women arriving in Italy for 10 years,” UK Guardian quoted
 Simona Moscarelli, an anti-trafficking expert at the IOM.

She said majority of the women were being deliberately brought in for sexual exploitation purposes
 as criminal gangs and trafficking networks engaging in the sexual exploitation of younger Nigerian girls had expanded.

In 2014, about 1,500 Nigerian women arrived by sea. In 2015 this figure had increased to 5,633. Moscarelli warned that the current policy of placing Nigerian women in reception centers along with thousands of other migrants was playing to the traffickers’ advantage, with women regularly going missing.

Most Nigerian women who arrived in Italy are already victims of trafficking, many have been 
subjected to serious sexual exploitation in Libya, she said.

“They are really treated like slaves. They arrive Italy with debts of about £40,000 for their journey  from Nigeria, which they are expected to pay back.

“Nigerian trafficking gangs use a toxic mix of false promises of legitimate employment and traditional ‘juju’ ceremonies to recruit and gain psychological control over their victims,” the official added.

Photos: Edo state PDP governorship candidate leads protest against election results

DP governorship candidate in the just concluded Edo state governorship election, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, this morning led some members of his party in a protest over the results from the Sept. 28th governorship election as announced by INEC. Addressing the crowd, Ize-Iyamu said

'He wasn’t really interested in the children- Donald Trump's ex-wife Ivana says she single-handedly raised Trump's kids

Donald Trump's ex-wife Ivana Trump has revealed that the Billionaire business man and U.S presidential candidate didn't really care about raising his kids - Ivanka, Eric and Donald Jr. until he was able to discuss business with them.
Her revelations came about when partygoers at the Lifeline benefit at Le Cirque on Wednesdaycomplimented her on how poised her kids have appeared while supporting their father’s presidential campaign.

Victoria Beckham and her son, Brooklyn visit Kenya (photos)

British fashion designer, Victoria Beckham is presently in Kenya, to support the Beyond Zero Campaign. Victoria, a goodwill ambassador for charity UNAIDS and wife of former football star, David Beckham was seen alongside her son Brooklyn at the Kiambu County on Thursday, October 6, visiting clinics. The Beyond Zero Campaign, a platform to help children living in poverty, is spearheaded by First Lady of Kenya, Margaret Kenyatta. More photos after the cut...

Neymar bloodied and battered as he's forced off field in World Cup qualifier (photos)Neymar bloodied and battered as he's forced off field in World Cup qualifier (photos)

Barcelona footballer Neymar was on the receiving end of an elbow from a Bolivian defender on Thursday night which left him bloodied and bruised as he was forced off the field in Brazil's 5-0 win over Bolivia. Medics rushed onto the field to try to stop the streaming of blood from Neymar, but the gash proved too big, forcing the talisman to withdraw from the match.

Dangote Too Is Threatening To Stop Tomato Paste Production

Few days after Erisco Foods Limited threatened to shut down its tomato factory, Dangote Industries Limited has also disclosed plans to stop tomato paste production because of the harsh operating environment that gives advantage to imported production.