Tuesday, May 17, 2016

How Man Accidentally Killed His Child While Beating His Wife


Chinedu, a barber, has accidentally killed his baby during a fight with his wife on Thursday morning, at Umuchima, Owerri, Imo State, starttells reports. The wife allegedly picked up their 3-month-old baby, thinking that it'd subside Chinedu's anger.

However, while trying to dodge a punch from Chinedu, the baby got hit and died. The Vigilante Group later got the husband arrested. He was all tears while being questioned, saying that his wife never bothers to wash his clothes, never says the truth and cannot be trusted.

Pictures: Nigerian Pastor Carries Baby On His Back While Preaching In Atlanta Georgia

A Nigerian Pastor-based in Atlanta Georgia Addison Adamu strapped a little girl said to be his daughter on his back as he preaches during a healing conference last week.

Pastor Adamu told his Facebook fans he had a lot of fun preaching and babysitting while healing the sick at the event.

In his words:

'Having awesome time during Ephphatha conference:babysitting, preaching and healing the sick at the same time. what an awesome time to love on little kids Jesus so love dearly."

Check out more photos below

Naija for show. We no dey carry last..

๐Ÿ˜‘๐Ÿ˜‘Ladies This is Too Rude

Ahhh,  see girls like in RCCG camp when they are 35

New Music : Cool8 – Cinderella (Prod. By Edgar Boi) || @Its_Cool8 #Cinderella

This Is another new one from Multi-Gifted Uniben and Lagos based  artiste Cool8, He has shown his versatility in his previous songs like '' The President ''

Breaking: NO STRIKE!! Court orders NLC to suspend planned strike

The National Industrial Court has restrained the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) from going on its planned strike on Wednesday, pending the hearing and determination of a suit brought before it by the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF).

The Attorney General, Abubakar Malami, had dragged he NLC to the Industrial Court, seeking an order of the court restraining the NLC from proceeding with the planned strike.

He had sought the order on the ground that the strike would paralyze the nation's economy.

The AGF wants the court to decide whether the NLC complied with conditions precedent in law before threatening to embark on strike.

He told the Industrial Court that its refusal to grant the application would render the suit useless.

No counsel represented the Nigeria Labour Congress.

When asked by the presiding judge, how the AGF knew the NLC was planning to go on strike, Mr Malami said he saw a statement issued by the labour union on their website and that the statement had been published by the media.

The Court was presided over by the President of the National Industrial Court, Justice Babatunde Adejumo.

Ruling on an exparte application filed by the AGF on behalf of the Federal Government, Justice Adejumo ordered parties to maintain the status quo until the hearing and determination of the exparte motion.

The order will elapse in 7 days

Justice Adejumo directed the applicant to dialogue with the NLC towards an amicable resolution of their dispute.

The case was adjourned to May 24 for hearing of the motion on notice.

The Nigerian government is already holding talks with the labour union to address issues raised by the union after the government announced a new price band for petrol, raising it from 86.50 to 145 Naira per litre.  The union is not comfortable with the 67.6 per cent increase in the price of petrol.

"Help, NYSC has turned us to liars!!"

Please Enekem , please I want you to help me post this, its a call out to NYSC that someone posted in a group I joined. NYSC is turning us to big liars, parents are thinking their wards did not graduate, neighbors are giving us side eyes like we are dropouts all because we have given them over 5 different dates that we are going to camp and we still not in camp.

I have a complaint against the NYSC organization. I am a prospective corps member (PCM) of NYSC batch A 2016. It is no longer news that the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) is set out to frustrate and degrade the lives of youths and graduates in Nigeria.

On 8th of February online registration commenced for the 2016 NYSC Batch A orientation course scheduled to commence on the 2nd of march, after the registration however, NYSC time-table was changed and orientation camp postponed to 30th of march and subsequently 1st of April, most of us tendered our resignation letters to our employees as we were assured the date was not going to be tampered with again, few days to the anticipated date, the course was postponed yet again to the 27th of April to print our call-up letter on the 21st of April and no excuse whatsoever was given.

Yet all prospective corps members waited patiently.

The due date (21st of April) finally arrived to print our call up letters, admist confusion and tension PCM's were unable to print out their call-up letters only to be informed 24hours later by NYSC that not all corp members were in stream 1; and that 27th of April was scheduled for stream 1 corps members and 21st of May was slated for stream 2 corps members.

Most Prospective corp members got an unusual message, 'because you are not in stream 1, you will be notified when to print your call-up letter'. Others got the message 'you are to print your call up letter for the 13th to 21st of May 2016'. In other words 21st of May was the new date slated for Batch A stream 2 corp members, that is; one month after Batch A stream 1 printed their call-up letters.

Yet again stream 2 PCM's waited patiently.

Few days ago stream 1 passed out from camp and the due date for printing call up letter for stream 2 arrived (13th of May), NYSC sent random messages to some corps members informing them to start printing on the 14th of May, and few minutes later were resent a message 'sorry, you cannot print your call-up letter, you will be informed when to print your letters in due course'.

No formal update has since been published by NYSC on their site to explain the reasons for the unusual procrastination, corp members who haven't gotten messages have since been in denial by NYSC. On the 14th there was an update on NYSC social media account notifying us our letters will be ready later that day but yet again it was another empty promise.

This is 16th of May and there is still no press release or official statement by NYSC for us to go ahead and print our call-up letters. NYSC has denied rumours of postponement, but rumours reaching batch A stream 2 corp members is that Batch A stream 2 is now Batch B to leave in July or November which will be 5-9months after we are supposed to be in camp for the scheme.

NB: We have patiently waited for NYSC till date, some of us since 2014. We are unable to get decent Jobs to sustain ourselves and our families or further our studies because we do not have NYSC dispatch certificates, youths have been forced to stay idle, wasting precious time waiting for the scheme, so many resigned from their petty jobs all because we were eager to serve our fatherland.


The hardship in Nigeria is unbearable and it will be utmostly (sic) inhumane to punish the youths and leaders of tomorrow by promising them to continue waiting for an incompetent organization and a failed scheme that is not in the best interest of Nigerian youths.

We can no longer wait for NYSC to determine the course of our future. We use this medium to call on all Nigerians and youth advocates to tell our story to the world #letnigeriahearourcry #NYSCbatchAstream2 #NoPostponement #ReleaseOurCallupLetter

Anambra Councillor beats 19-year-old nephew to death over stolen phone

A councillor representing Nsogwu Umunze Ward 2 in Orumba South Local Government of Area of the state, Mr. Chidiebere Onyema has allegedly beaten his 19-year-old nephew to death for stealing his phone

The name of the victim was given as Nnanyere.

The mother of the deceased, Mrs. Gloria Onyema, claimed that her son died following beatings he received from the councillor.

According to her, Chidiebere came to their house and asked after the deceased, adding that when her husband, Okwudili, opened the door, he saw Chidiebere fuming.

She said her husband promised the councillor that he would pass his message to the late Nnanyere, who was not at home at that moment.

He then pleaded with him to be patient, adding that they were surprised on their return from the day's business to be told by their younger son, Tochukwu, that the councillor came back in their absence and beat Nnanyere to stupor, Vanguard reports.

She said, "I went to look for Nnanyere and met him at the councillor's house lying down helplessly. I was told that my son stole the councillor's cell phone.

"I offered to pay N20,000 as part payment of the N35,000 the councillor claimed was the cost of the phone so that my son can be released to me to enable me take him to hospital for treatment.

"On getting to the Immaculate Hospital, Umunze, with my son, he was confirmed dead by the doctor on duty."

Anambra State Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Ali Okechukwu, confirmed the incident, saying that the councillor had been detained at the State Investigation Bureau, SIB, Awka, for interrogation.

Okechukwu said that investigation into the matter had commenced.

OMG !!! Checkout The Marriage List A Guy Got When He Went to Marry at Imo State (Photos)

No wonder some men are scared of marriage,

A guy went to Nkwelle town in imo State to meet her prospective in-laws to tell them of his intentions and to collect marriage list. The list he was given was 5 pages and now he is confused and needs advice. He works as a waiter in a hotel.

See the main list after the cut: 

24 rope of stove for marriage?

WOW !!!!!

Music Premiere : Saint x Eezychris - Maria (prod by dicey)

The wait is over  Talented acts Saint and Eezychris puts head together to make a banger titled MARIA which was produced by Dicey. ...