RED ALERT: PUSH UP BRA CAN CAUSE CANCER, READ THIS

ccording to multiple online reports,the reason behind high incidence of breast cancer in ladies who use push up bras have been exposed.Reports say there are flaming liquid,a magnet and some beats inside the cotton of push up bras which can cause breast cancer.Below is what some Facebook users shared… ‘One of Satan’s trick has been exposed again. Beautiful Ladies and lover of fashion beware of your so called “push up”bra, inside the cotton there is this flaming liquid, a magnet and some beats in side. Today it has been exposed.…

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CONFIRMED: NON- PERFORMING MINISTERS TO GO AS OSINBAJO REJIGS CABINET

Presidency:Non-performing ministers to go Fashola, Adeosun, Malami, Adamu may retain portfolios By Anule Emmanuel Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has concluded arrangements to effect major changes in the Federal Executive Council (FEC). The action, which will be taken this week or at most next week, will see some ministers being shown the way out of President Muhammadu Buhari’s government while many others will have their portfolios swapped. Already, the planned shake-up in the cabinet is causing anxiety among most members who are aware, but not sure of their fate. “You will…

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NURSE DRUGS, RAPES AND IMPREGNATES PATIENT

UGANDAN nursing assistant allegedly drugged a female patient before raping and impregnating her. According to the Daily Monitor, Samuel Tumukuratire (29) confessed to having raped many of his patients at the Najeera hospital, north of Kampala, using the same method. He would first insist they had HIV tests before sedating and raping them. In the case of the woman whose alleged rape lead to him being charged, she only figured out she must have been raped when she realised three months after her stay in hospital that she was pregnant.…

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JONATHAN’S HOUSE IN ABUJA BURGLED

An Abuja home of former President Goodluck Jonathan has been burgled, PREMIUM TIMES can confirm. However, in what appears a curious twist, the house was not burgled by known thieves, but by police officers assigned to guard the house. The Nigeria Police have thus arrested three of its officers for stealing items valued at several millions of naira from the Abuja residence of the former president. The items were alleged to have been stolen by the officers from the residence located at No. 89, Fourth Avenue in the Gwarimpa district…

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EL RUFAI LOSES CASE AGAINST JOURNALIST OVER COMMENTS ON WHATSAPP

El-Rufai loses again as court strikes out suit against Leadership Bureau Chief, Midat Joseph The Magistrate Court 1 sitting in Kaduna has dismissed the suit filed by Kaduna State Commissioner of Police against Kaduna based Journalists, Mr. Midat Joseph. ‎According to the First Information Report, FIR, obtained by our correspondent, Midat and one other were charged for criminal conspiracy, inciting disturbance and injurious falsehood. Midat Josep, the Kaduna State Bureau Chief of Leadership Newspaper was arrested on Wednesday, 19th April, 2017 and detained by the men of the Nigeria Police…

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7 NIGERIAN PASTORS AMONG THE RICHEST IN THE WORLD, ACORDING TO FORBES, SEE THE FUL LIST

​Seven Nigerian pastors have made it to the list of top 20 richest pastors in the world and their estimated net worth in the latest release by Forbes. The list, which is a collection of men of God all over the world, sees the founder of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God in Brazil, Pastor Edir Macedo in number one. General Overseer of Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo tops the lists of Nigeria pastors in the fifth position in the world ranking, while Pastor Enoch Adeboye occupies…

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POLICE UNCOVERS BADOO SHRINE IN IKORODU, LAGOS

The Lagos state police command has uncovered a shrine used by members of the Badoo secret cult in Ikorodu. The force public relations officer, ASP Olarinde Famous-Cole shared the video online this afternoon. Lagos Police, wrote on their IG page to share the good news read below: The police, very commendable of your efforts. The place seems to be long evacuated. Please help track down the activities of this group and other criminal elements as they could be regrouping in order areas where there is less vigilance. Great job! More…

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BENUE, KOGI, RIVERS REJECT BIAFRA

Some states outside the five South-east states that Kanu said would be part of Biafra have said they should be counted out. They include Rivers, Kogi and Benue. In Kogi, the Igala Socio-Cultural Group expressed disgust over their inclusion in Biafra. A spokesman of the group, Mr Barry Moses Idakwo, noted that the inclusion has made nonsense of the ancient Igala nation. The group pointed out that Nigeria is a democratic country where citizens should be allowed to live peacefully and secured as prescribed by laws. “The agitators for Biafra…

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GEORGE WEAH SET TO CONTEST FOR LIBERIAN PRESIDENCY AGAIN

Football superstar and Senator George Weah and former rebel leader Prince Johnson seek to rule Liberia Twenty candidates will contest presidential elections in Liberia in October, among them a former warlord, a footballer and a fashion model, as Ellen Johnson Sirleaf steps down after two terms, the electoral commission said Monday. There is no obvious front-runner to replace the Nobel Prize-winning Sirleaf as head of the fragile West African state she was elected to lead in 2005 following a long civil war, one that has left deep scars on its…

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SHAN GEORGE FINALLY TAKES HIS BEDRIDDEN MUM HOME AFTER SIX YEARS IN HOSPITAL, SEE PIX

Nollywood veteran actress, Shan George is finally taking her bedridden mother home 6 years after she stayed in the hospital. According to her, being the only child hasn’t been easy, saying she begged for help and was turned down severally. She shared a video of the hospital while talking about how she would miss the place. She wrote; “This is d UCTH (university of calabar teaching hospital) where my aged ill bedridden mother has been, She is getting discharged today. Since 2011 she has been bedridden and done series of…

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