The spate of killing and terror attacks in Nigeria have been believed to be hindering foreign investment, but despite threats of terrorism in the Northern part of the country, and kidnapping of locals and foreigners, Nigeria is the ninth most visited country by foreigners in Africa. Continue reading
A video of a French family of seven kidnapped last month which also purports to show the alleged leader of Nigerian Islamist extremist group Boko Haram was obtained by AFP on Thursday. Continue reading
A seven-year-old girl (name withheld), has accused her 49-year-old father of rape.
The girl said her father, Sylvester Ehijele, had on numerous occasions had sex with her, adding that he used to promise to buy her goodies and toys before the actions. Continue reading
The Lagos State Commandant of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, Mr. Obafaiye Shem, has dismissed the stories making the rounds about his suspension from work saying he is still in- charge of the command. Continue reading
Tears freely flowed few days ago at Tse Gbila Ayaku in Vandeikya local government area of Benue state when the five children of a widow, Mrs. Ladi Nongu, who met their untimely death in a ghastly motor accident along the ever busy Makurdi-Gboko road, were being buried in their final resting place.
42 Year Old Alao Shobowale Rapes 12 Year Old Girl Through Her Anus
Alao Shobowale 42, has been charged before the Ebute Meta Magistrates’ Court, Lagos for raping a 12-year old girl through her anus. Shobowale, also known as Alasco, rubbed his penis and her anus with ointment then raped her.
Members of the Bayelsa State House of Assembly do not have it in them to stay away from controversy. Since 2011, no other assembly has made the news more often than Bayelsa’s, and it’s hardly ever for the right reasons. Continue reading
When Oba Pius Akinfesola Adewola retired to bed on Saturday, August 26, 2012, palace officials in their praise songs invoked the spirits of his ancestors. Continue reading
OWERRI, the capital of Imo State, was literally shut down yesterday by protesters. Men, women and youths from Oguta Local Government stormed the city to protest the stoppage of the swearing-in of their representative, Chief Eugene Dibiagwu, at the House of Assembly by Governor Rochas Okorocha. Continue reading