NOLLYWOOD ACTRESS RITA DOMINIC LOOKS FLAWLESS IN THIS OUTFIT

Nollywood delectable actress Rita Dominic is a force to reckon with when it comes to Fashion, style and class in the movie industry. The stunning beauty looks really gorgeous in new set of photos shared with her million fans online. She is wearing a grey top and a peplum black pants by Nigerian fashion designer Elvira Jude and as usual her signature make up was done by her one and only personal make up artist Oluchi Onuigbo. http://www.trendyrammy.com.ng/2016/11/actress-rita-dominic-is-sizzling-hot-in.html

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CUSTOMER HACKS SEX WORKER TO DEATH IN ABUJA AFTER ARGUMENT OVER CHARGES

The police have arrested a suspected killer of a commercial sex worker at Utako village. The suspect, according to police source, was arrested on Wednesday last week at Mabushi after some days of intensive investigation into the gruesome murder of the call girl penultimate week. The source who spoke to City News in confidence said the suspect, identified as Joseph Odoh, was traced through a mobile phone SIM card in the pocket of his trousers which he left at the scene of the crime. “He fled the scene of the…

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8BILLION NAIRA SCAM ROCKS CODE OF CONDUCT BUREAU AS SENATE WIELDS BIG STICK

STRONG indications emerged Tuesday that fresh war between the Senate and the Code of Conduct Bureau, CCB may have reared its head as the upper chambers has begun probe into alleged abandoned N8 billion office project by the bureau. The Senate mandated its Committees on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions, that of the Federal Capital Territory and of Public Procurement it as a matter of urgency carry out a holistic investigation into an alleged corrupt practise by the Code of Conduct Bureau CCB. The Senate while accusing the CCB of…

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APPEAL COURT STOPS MONTHLY ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION IN LAGOS

The Appeal Court in Lagos has nullified the monthly environmental sanitation in Lagos State, saying it i s illegal and ordered the Lagos State Government not to restrict people’s movement on that day. The court which delivered its judgment at the weekend banned the state government from further restricting anyone’s movement within Lagos State at any time or day whatsoever on the basis of environmental sanitation as there is no written law to that effect. Justice Ugochukwu Ogakwu of the Court of Appeal, Lagos Division held that in the absence…

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WE WONT ALLOW A ZONE TO PRODUCE THE GOVERNOR FOR ONDO STATE FOR 16 COSNECUTIVE YEARS- JIMOH IBRAHIM

THE PDP Governorship Candidate, Mr. Jimoh Ibrahim, yesterday, said his mission is to take the state from “the hopeless situation it is now to a very hopeful situation.” Addressing newsmen in Akure, for the first time after he was declared the party’s candidate, Ibrahim said: “I need to take away injustice, we cannot afford to have a senatorial district producing governors for 16 years at ago. That is complete injustice, that is hopeless and we will not allow that, and that will not happen in Ondo State.’’ On why he…

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SARAKI’S LAWYERS FINISH CROSS-EXAMINATION OF PROSECUTION WITNESS

The defence team of the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, on Tuesday ended its historic 14-day cross-examination of the first prosecution witness, Mr. Michael Wetkas, in his trial on charges relating to asset declaration breaches. Saraki is being prosecuted by the Federal Government before the Code of Conduct Tribunal on 16 counts, including false and anticipatory asset declaration, which he allegedly made as Governor of Kwara State between 2003 and 2011. Defence counsel, Mr. Paul Usoro (SAN), announced the end of cross-examination by the defence after asking the witness a…

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POLICEMAN SHOOTS COLLEAGUE DEAD BECAUSE OF N20,000

A policeman attached to the Bayelsa Police Command has shot dead his colleague over N20, 000 largess. The incident occurred early Tuesday morning following an argument between the officers on the sharing formula. The duo went on an operation where they were rewarded with N20, 000. The deceased was of the opinion that they should give their Divisional Police Officer (DPO) part of the money, while the other objected. While the argument ensued, the enraged police officer allegedly brought out his gun and shot his colleague. The deceased, a native of Ondewari…

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CHILDLESS WOMAN STEAL’S NEIGHBOUR’S ONE MONTH OLD BABY

The Akwa Ibom Police Command says it has arrested one Peace Chukwuemeka, 30, for allegedly stealing a month-old baby from her mother. The Commissioner of Police in the state, Murtala Mani, disclosed this while addressing newsmen on the activities of the command in Uyo on Tuesday. Mani spoke through the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, ASP Cordelia Nwawe. He said the suspect lived in the same compound with the mother of the baby at Mbak Itam in Itu Local Government Area. He said that the family unit of…

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MEET THE FOUR NIGERIANS CONTESTING IN AMERICAN ELECTIONS TODAY

Americans in Franklin, New Jersey, will vote for Charles Ejike Onyejiaka, a fellow citizen and a transplant from Imo State, Nigeria, as the U.S. general election unfolds today. Mr. Onyejiaka, a democrat, is the incumbent in a two-way race for Ward 3 Councilman seat in Franklin. He was one of three men presented to Franklin Town Council as fill-in candidates for the unexpired term of Phil Kramer, former Ward 3 Councilman, who became Mayor of Franklin last January. Mr. Onyejiaka beat Alex Kharazi and Azim Uddin, also democrats and immigrants,…

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CORPER MURDERED IN KADUNA WAS KILLED BECAUSE OF A GIRL, SUSPECT TELLS POLICE

The suspect arrested in connection with the murder of a serving NYSC member, Lawal Kontangora in Kaduna State, confessed that they killed him because of a girl. Adamu Jibril, 22, who made the confession while speaking with newsmen in Kaduna, said his friend, Aminu Bahago approached him to help him confront a man he suspected to be dating a girl he had interest in. “He said I should come and accompany him to the guy and I told him I wouldn’t want us to waste time there because I don’t…

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