Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Sister Of Brazilian Player Who Died In Plane Crash Gets Tattoo Tribute In His Memory. Pics

The sister of one of the Chapecoense footballers killed in a plane crash last month has paid permanent tribute to him by getting a tattoo of him. Daniele Padilha, whose brother Danilo was one of 71 people killed when the plane carrying the team to a cup final crashed in Colombia, has had his name and shirt number inked onto her back.
The tattoo depicts goalkeeper Danilo wearing his No 1 jersey, and with a halo above his head.

Ms Padilha showed off her poignant body art on her Facebook page, along with the message: 'My angel forever in my history, in my memories, prayers, thoughts. Forever in my heart, marked on my body.

'Brother, eternal love, shirt number one.'

Of the 71 people who died in the crash, 19 were players of Brazilian club Chapecoense, who were supposed to play the Copa Sudamericana final - the South American equivalent of the Europa League .

Controversial Pastor Claims To Have Raised A Dead Boy Back To Life. Pics/Video

A controversial preacher claims to have brought a young boy back to life after he was declared dead by doctors. A video shows the young boy hanging lifeless and floppy in the arms of a man, believed to be his father, at a church in Pretoria, South Africa.

A Dog And A Horse? See What Was Spotted On A Highway. Photo

A dog was spotted casually hitching a lift on the back of a horse on a country lane. Proudly balancing bareback on its trusty steed, the pooch appeared completed unfazed by its rather unusual behavior. The bizarre sight was witnessed by joiner Richard Ward, 20, on a country road on the outskirts of Exeter, UK, last Thursday.

Youngest Daughter Of Nigerian Soldier Killed By Boko Haram Turns One Today. Photos

Happy birthday to Nana Khadija, the youngest child of slain Lt Col Umar, who turns one today. B.U. Umar, a lieutenant colonel and commanding officer of 114 TF battalion of the Nigerian Army was ambushed alongside his troops last month between Bita and Piridang.
According to reports, his vehicle stepped on an improvised explosive device, but he was not hurt. He came out to assess the damage on the vehicle and Boko Haram opened fire and killed him in the process. The soldiers were said to be on their way to Yola in Adamawa State from Bita in Borno State when the incident occurred.

Young Robbers Terrorizing Abia Community Nabbed Today. See What They Did To Them..

These young boys were nabbed earlier today after months of terrorising people of Umuobia, Olokoro community in Umuahia South LGA, Abia State. According to Abia Breaking News, the thieves specialized breaking into people's shops, and burning them down after robbery. They were apprehended by residents who forced them to pose with their stolen items.

2-Year-Old Boy Accidentally Gets His P*nis Trapped In A Remote-controlled Car. Pics

A Chinese toddler required help from several fire fighters after the remote control car he was playing with became clamped on his penis. The two-year-old boy, from Yantai, had been playing on the floor when the toy was 'driven' under him.

Benin 'Yahoo Boy' Sentenced To 2 Years Imprisonment. Pictured

Justice O. Tokode of the Federal High Court sitting in Benin city, Edo State on Monday December 5, 2016 convicted and sentenced one Fred Okeke to two years imprisonment.Okeke was arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on March 24, 2016 on a three- count charge bordering on internet fraud, false representation and possession of fraudulent documents.
Okeke pleaded guilty to the three counts charge and was consequently convicted and sentenced to two years imprisonment on each of the counts. The sentences are to run concurrently.

The presiding judge also ordered that the laptop recovered from the convict be forfeited to the federal government. Okeke’s journey to prison began when he was arrested by operatives of the EFCC in August 2015 following intelligence report linking him to a syndicate of internet fraudsters.

Upon his arrest, incriminating documents and a laptop were recovered from him, where he was found to be using false identity in attempt to extort money from unsuspecting victims.

One of the charge reads, “That you Okeke Fred sometime in 2015 in Benin city, Edo State within the jurisdiction of this honourable court had in your possession documents containing a false representation to wit: fraudulent mails found in your laptop, which you knew to be false and thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 6 of the Advanced Fee Fraud and Other Related Offences Act and punishable under Section 1{3} of the said Act”.

Nigerian Drug Convict, Nwoko Jailed 27 Years In Cambodia Loses Appeal.

A Nigerian drug convict in Cambodia, Precious Chineme Nwoko has had his hope for reprieve dashed. Nwoko, also known as Precious Max and linked with several Australian women arrested for being his mules, was sentenced to 27 years imprisonment in 2014. His hope for reprieve was dashed by a Cambodian appeals court on Tuesday.
The court upheld his prison term, ruling that it was appropriate and in accordance with Cambodia law. The court also upheld the prison terms slammed on a Frenchwoman, and Australian. The trio were all convicted for trying to smuggle heroin to Australia.

 Judge Pol Sam Ouen said the sentences given by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court in May 2014 to then-19-year-old Frenchwoman Charlene Savarino, 41-year-old Ann Yoshe Taylor of Australia and 23-year-old Precious Nwoko of Nigeria were correct.

The lower court had sentenced Savarino to 25 years in prison, Taylor to 23 years and Nwoko to 27 years. Savarino and Taylor were arrested in September 2013 at Phnom Penh International Airport after police found 2.2 kilograms (4.8 pounds) of heroin in Taylor’s luggage as they prepared to fly together to Australia.

Nwoko, Savarino’s boyfriend, was believed to have masterminded the smuggling and asked Savarino to make the arrangements.

Cambodia is not a major producer of illegal drugs but has increasingly become a smuggling transit route.

Nwoko, who is known as Precious Max, had posed as a successful South African businessman in Phnom Penh when he befriended Taylor on the internet. She became romantically involved with him after he had paid for her airfare to Cambodia.

On September 18, 2013, Nwoko asked Taylor, who was due to fly back to Australia, to take a backpack full of samples for an arts and crafts business in which he claimed to have an involvement. She hadn’t made it to the check-in counter when police swooped and found about two kilograms of heroin in the backpack.

Nwoko was arrested soon after.

Nigerian Soldiers, Policemen Arrested For ‘Raping, Sexually Exploiting’ Refugee Women..

The Inspector-General of Police (I-G), Ibrahim Idris, said two policemen, three army personnel, one prison official, one Air Force personnel, a staff of Borno Ministry for Agriculture and two members of the Civilian JTF have been arrested for sexually abusing women and girls displaced by the Boko Haram insurgency.
A report published in Human Rights Watch, in October, detailed how government officials abused and raped women living at IDP camps in Borno State.

The report documented sexual abuse, including rape and exploitation, of 43 women and girls living in seven internally displaced persons (IDP) camps in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.

Four of the victims told Human Rights Watch that they were drugged and raped, while 37 were coerced into sex through false marriage promises and material and financial assistance.

President Muhammadu Buhari had ordered the I-G and the affected state governors to investigate the allegation.

Police set up a special panel to investigate the alleged abuses.

Speaking Tuesday at the Inspector-General of Police Conference in Abuja on Tuesday, Mr Idris said police would liaise with the Army and Air Force to make their personnel available for a thorough investigation.

Mr. Idris said after the investigation, any suspects found guilty of the offence would be dismissed and taken to court for prosecution.

“We are going to conduct a thorough investigation and if anyone is found guilty we will dismiss him then take him to court,” he said.

He said the police had put in place some mechanisms, including the deployment of female police officers to IDPs camp, to check future occurrences.

Recession? See The "New Classy" Ride Acquired By Former Sokoto Governor. Pics

Former governor of Sokoto State and Senator representing Sokoto North Senatorial District, Aliyu Wamakko -has reportedly acquired this "unusual  and classy" ride (a Volkswagen car). The federal lawmaker was seen in high spirits as he drove the vehicle around his residence on its arrival. The reason for his latest acquisition is best known to him.

Pretty Young Nigerian Lady Declared Missing. Photos

According to a twitter user, this pretty young lady has been missing and her desperately looking for her..Any information that will lead to her whereabouts should be forwarded to the appropriate authorities or contact her sister Prudence on 07034867464...

Royal Couple Take To The Football Pitch After Their Wedding. See What They Did

We've seen different kinds of wedding photos but this is different. A royal wedding between Princess Oluwadamilola and her man; Prince Olasunkanmi -was spiced up by the 'fun, thrilling' couple who took to the football pitch in their wedding attire to take photos.

'There Are Plenty Of Fish In The Sea' . See What These Men Did. Photo

This men took the phrase 'There are plenty of fish in the sea' literally. lol...

"Corruption"; Burkina Faso Lawmakers To Return Touchscreen Tablet Given To Them By Chinese Company

The speaker of the parliament in Burkina Faso says controversial touchscreen tablets given to MPs by a Chinese company will be returned. All 127 members of the National Assembly were each given a tablet from Huawei Technologies in November.

See New Photo Of Former First Lady, Hajiya Turai Yar'Adua..

Former First Lady, Hajiya Turai Yar'Adua, who has been out of the public eye for quite some time now -was pictured with at the Abuja residence of a friend who just put to bed....