OAU STUDENT POURS SNIPER INTO HER BUNK-MATE’S MOUTH DURING AN ARGUMENT, SEE PICS

Apparently, a girl in Mozambique hall in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife poured sniper into her bunk mates mouth during an argument. The victim is now at the health centre pleading that they do all they can to make her live. According to a source, the said victim is foaming and bleeding profusely. However, the security officers arrived the crime scene in time and took custody of the culprit. Watch the video https://zenithnaija.com/oau-student-pours-sniper-into-her-bunkmates-mouth-during-an-argument-photos/

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STEPMOTHER KILLS 4-YR OLD STEP GRANDSON

The Nasarawa state police command have arrested Mrs Grace Jacob Maisamari pictured left for killing her 4-year-old step grandson, Ritse Micah, on June 27th 2019. Grace threw Micah into a river over the hatred she had for her stepdaughter, Miracle Micah, Ritse’s mother. In her confessional statement to the police, Grace said her stepdaughter who is a 300-level Sociology student in the state university, never allowed her enjoy her marriage to Mr Micah and so she decided to deal with her. On the day of the incident, Miracle had gone…

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LDY ASKS COURT TO DISSOLVE MARRIAGE OVER SIZE OF HUSBAND’S JOYSTICK, BUT ITS THE COURT LETTER TO THE UROLOGIST TO EXAMINE THE MANHOOD THAT IS GENERATING ATTENTION

Leaked court document shows how woman files for divorce over husband’s huge manhood in zamfara state While some women are leaving their marriages on the basis of claims that their husbands have small manhood and cannot satisfy them, others are also running for their lives because of outrageous joystick size and length. A leaked document bearing the letterhead of Nigeria’s Zamfara state judiciary has revealed how a fed-up woman ran to the High Sharia Court to seek divorce on the basis that her husband has too big and long manhood…

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NIGERIA AIR ANNIVERSARY AND WHY GBAJABIAMILA NEEDS 361 AIDES

On Wednesday, July 17, Distinguished Speaker of Nigeria’s House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, announced the appointment of 27 new aides. According to a statement by Lanre Lasisi, Mr Gbajabiamila’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, the new appointees were largely selected from former members of the House of Representatives. Expectedly, they included members who lost their re-election bids and a few loyal protegees of Mr Gbajabiamila. That very significant decision came barely a week after the speaker appointed one, two, three, four, five, and… six—–six media aides. The day after Mr…

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INSIDE ENUGU WHERE FAMILIES FIGHT BY KIDNAPPING EACH OTHER

In Nigeria, even so-called men of God fake their own kidnap; same with husbands and wives. Sometimes, children also fake their own kidnap. Kidnapping has become fashionable in Africa’s most populous nation. There is no end to kidnapping in Nigeria as kidnappers are often handsomely rewarded and sometimes given amnesty. Even in Zamfara State, bandits who killed, kidnapped and razed houses were given ‘palatial’ treatment as they sat among policemen, traditional rulers, etc., to decide how peace could be maintained in the state. No arrest was made. You kill, kidnap…

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BAYELSA GUBER TICKET TEARS DICKSON’S CAMP APART

PAULINE ONYIBE writes that the coming Bayelsa governorship election has put so much unrest in the Seriake Dickson camp and that some PDP bigwigs seems not to be on the same page as far as the choice of who succeeds Dickson is concerned. Since the last governorship election in Bayelsa State in 2015 which brought the incumbent Governor Seriake Dickson back to Creek Haven, plans had been on to pick someone who succeeds him as the restoration government rounds off. Political pundits have analysed that the incumbent governor wants to…

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PROMINENT NIGERIANS WHO HAVE BEEN VICTIMS OF KIDNAPPERS

by Islie: 7:44am IN an instance of the gross insecurity that has become the lot of the country in recent times, Nigerians woke up on Friday last week to the news of gruesome murder of Mrs. Funke Olakunrin, daughter of Afenifere leader, Pa Reuben Fasoranti, by gunmen suspected to be kidnappers. Mrs Olakunrin was said to be travelling in her private vehicle from Akure to Ore, both in Ondo State, when the gunmen emerged from a bush at the Kajola section of the road and attacked her vehicle alongside others. According to…

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HOE BUHARI CAN AVERT THE LOOMING WAR BY DELE MOMODU

BY DELE MOMODU Fellow Nigerians, I know some fanatical supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari and his ruling party APC will likely dismiss this intervention as coming from an alarmist or Prophet of doom, but so be it. History has taught me a lot of lessons and so has Literature done as well. Anyone familiar with Literary appreciation would have encountered what is often referred to as “tragic heroes”, an oxymoron of sorts. Many leaders usually end up as tragic figures because of their proclivities for obstinacy and obduracy. They are…

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SENATOR ABBO AGAIN: FATHER IN-LAW SAYS HE ABDUCTED HER DAUGHTER SINCE 2016

By Tunde Oguntola The father of Emily Eric, the acclaimed wife of Sen Elisha Abbo, a senator caught on camera assaulting a woman in a intimacy gadget shop, Pastor Alfred Dari, has disclosed that the senator allegedly abducted his daughter from home since January 2016 and has not paid her dowry. Emily Eric, the acclaimed wife to Sen Abbo, became popular on social media since a video clip of her embattled husband who was beating a nursing mother in a sex toyshop in Abuja emerged online. Surprisingly, despite the strong…

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MINISTERS’ PORTRAITS STILL IN MINISTRIES AND PARASTATALS, 2 MONTHS AFTER THEY LEFT OFFICE

Okwe Obi, Abuja Over two months after leaving office, portraits of former Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Audu Ogbeh and his State counterpart, Senator Heineken Lokpobiri are yet to be removed from the walls of the ministry and some agencies like the National Agricultural Seeds Council (NASC) and Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN). Although, Lokpobiri may not be reappointed minister because he has joined the race for the governorship election slated for November 16 in Bayelsa State, but there are speculations that Ogbeh might be brought back. Saturday Sun gathered…

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