Saturday, 19 August 2017

Pastor Allegedly Dupes His Own Church Member Of N1.7m In Benue

Uchenna Okafor, a 43-year-old pastor, was on Friday arraigned at Makurdi Chief Magistrates' Court for allegedly defrauding a church member to the tune of N1.7 million.

Daily Post reports that Okafor is facing a two-count charge of criminal breach of trust and misappropriation, punishable under Sections 310 and 313 of the Penal Code, Laws of Benue.

Police Prosecutor Godwin Ato told the court that a petition was received on August 1 by the State Criminal Investigations Department (CID0, Makurdi, written by the complainant, Peter Irokwende.

The complainant explained that he sold his plot of land to one Uchenna Iroegbu for N1.7 million.

Iroegbu said he collected his pastor's account no. 4703061956 at EcoBank, bearing the name Uchenna Livinus Okafor for payment.

The complainant recalled that the buyer of the land paid the N1.7 million into the account, adding that, "the pastor converted the money to his own use."

Responding, Okafor pleaded not guilty when the charges were read to him.

Chief Magistrate, Mr Isaac Ajim, in his ruling, granted bail to the accused in the sum of N50,000 with a surety in the same amount and adjourned the case until September 13.

Young Man Beheaded In Rivers State

Residents of Elele area of Rivers state woke up this morning to a shocking discovery as a young man was found beheaded in the area by unknown assailants.

Reports reveal that security operatives are yet to arrive the scene.

ASUU Strike :Prostitution Will Increase Among Female Students – Sex Workers Tell FG

The national coordinator of the association, Amaka Enemo, said this during an interview with our correspondent on Friday.

Enemo said, even without the strike, many female students had been engaging in 'runs', a euphemism for offering sex for cash or other valuables.

She said if the strike was not called off soon, idle students would embrace sex work.

Enemo said, "Even without the strike, a lot of the students were doing 'runs', which is exchanging money for sex. But with the strike, just like a holiday, the rate of sex work will double.

"In this job, strike or holiday period is like a peak period. So, I urge them to stay safe because we cannot kick them off the streets. They should be safe and use condoms.

"The government needs to ensure that the strike is called off because if the students are left idle due to the closure of schools, it means the government is indirectly telling them to go to the streets."

Buhari’s Return To Nigeria: Presidential Jet Leaves Heathrow Airport

Sources has gotten video of president Buhari's official jet leaving the Heathrow airport in London on Saturday morning, headed for Nigeria.

President Buhari is expected to land in Aso-rock any moment from now after spending over 100 days in the United Kingdom on medical leave.

The president's return falls a day after a group of protesters stormed the Abuja house in London demanding that the president returns to Nigeria or submit his resignation letter.

It will be recalled that the president has received a number of high profile visitors in the last few days. He met with the Senate president, Bukola Saraki and his counterpart in the house of reps, Yakubu Dogara on Thursday and on Friday, he met with the general overseer of the Redeemed

BREAKING NEWS!! President Buhari To Return To Nigeria Today

The president is set to return after over 100 days in London for medical treatment.

He left the country on May 7 after handing over power to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, who has functioned as Acting President since then.

Buhari is expected to speak to Nigerians in a broadcast by 7 a.m. on Monday, Femi Adesina, his spokesperson confirmed to Premium Times.

"He thanks all Nigerians who have prayed ceaselessly for his recovery and well-being since the beginning of the health challenge," Adesina said.

‘Count Me Out Of 2019 Presidential Race’- Dangote

Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, has said he will not be running for Nigeria's presidency in 2019 general elections or in the near future.

According to Bloomberg Markets Magazine, Dangote declared that he ws not cut out for politics, stressing that he was more comfortable with business.

He, however, said there was need for cooperation with politicians.

He told the magazine: "No, I'm not interested in active politics. There's quite a lot we can do from the business side. I enjoy a lot of what I am doing and I also love my freedom and I don't have too much.

"The little (freedom) I have, politics would take away. I am not ready to give that up. There are businessmen who are interested in politics. I'm not one of them.

"Well, in Africa, yes, I do think you need politicians. But at the same time, we cannot get things right unless there is good cooperation between politicians and businessmen. It's a win-win. When you look at it today, in Nigeria, over 85 per cent of the GDP is from the private sector."

On whether he is under pressure to make political donations, he said: "Well, you know the political donation depends on who you are dealing with and who you are donating money to. But the issue is we don't go and give people in politics money for favours.

"I've told presidents of countries, 'I'm a contractor, I'm running a business, I don't need any favours.'

"And really, when you look at it today, in all our businesses, we don't need any favour. We've done our numbers. We think this business will work and we don't need government support."

Friday, 18 August 2017

2 NYSC Members Crushed To Death In Kano

Two members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) have been crushed to death in a fatal road crash near Rimin Gado Local Government Area of Kano State.

It was gathered that they were on their way from camp in Zamfara State following its closure on Tuesday.

The corps members, one from Kano and the other from Bauchi state, left the NYSC orientation camp in Tsafe Local Government Area of Zamfara and were on relocation to Jigawa State when they were involved in the accident.

Eyewitnesses told newsmen that the bus conveying them had a tyre burst and then skidded off the road and crashed, killing the two and injuring several others.

One of the deceased was said to have been an active person while on the camp and was known by many corps members.

The state coordinator of the NYSC, Hajiya Ramatu Sanda, confirmed the incident and prayed for Allah's mercy for the dead.

God Afflicted Buhari With Deafness – Asari Dokubo

Leader of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta, Alhaji Mujahid Asari Dokubo has launched another scathing attack on President Muhammadu Buhari.

Dokubo, in a new video, released online on Thursday, criticized president Muhammadu Buhari over the Nigerian budget. He questioned what the money was being used for and called the president 'the biggest thief ever'.

He said that 'no thief could be compared to Buhari'. He also likened Buhari to Pharoah in the bible, adding that God struck the ailing president with 'Deafness'.

Dokubo can be heard saying in the video: "Thief ever-lying Buhari, you no dey tire to lie and to thief?"

Aso Rock Clinic Does Not Have Paracetamol Or Cotton Wool – TheCable

This might give you some headache: the clinic at Nigeria's seat of power does not have the commonest of medications, paracetamol, TheCable has learnt.

And cotton wool? The patient has to buy from outside. Syringes? Not available. X-ray? Sorry, the machine is out of order. Ambulance? Well, if the patient can buy the fuel.

This is the sorry story of the State House Medical Centre, better known as "Aso Villa Clinic" — for which over N3 billion was budgeted in 2016 and N331 million in 2017.

The facility was established to cater to the medical needs of the president, the vice president, their families and presidential aides. It is supposed to be the first port of call in the case of a health emergency.

According to information on the state house website, the medical centre is also a training facility for house officers and other medical personnel.

The centre functions through specialised departments: peadiatrics, lab medicine, medicine, and obstetric and gyneacology.

President Muhammadu Buhari is currently in the UK where he is receiving medical treatment for an undisclosed ailment.

The BBC listed him as one of the African presidents who have "apparent lack of faith in the health systems at home".

Despite the inadequacies, TheCable understands that patients still get good consultations at Aso Villa Clinic.


"Patients buy syringes and common drugs like paracetamol are lacking. They are also required to fuel an ambulance in the case of an emergency," an outpatient said.

"Patients admitted in the clinic buy all prescribed drugs from outside the facility. And in all the wards whether dental or surgical they are required to get the material for their treatment, even cotton wool.‎"

The management is currently renovating some buildings and constructing a new block at the facility, but patients have to go to other hospitals if they want to have an X-ray done.

When called for comment, Femi Adesina, presidential spokesman, referred TheCable to Laolu Akande, media aide to the acting president, but calls to his mobile line did not go through.

Calls and text messages to the mobile line of Jalal Arabi, the state house permanent secretary, were also not replied.


Defending the N3.219 billion earmarked for the medical centre in the 2016 budget, Arabi had told a senate committee that the proposals included the completion of ongoing work as well as procurement of drugs and other medical equipment.

"The medical centre provides health care treatment for the president and vice-president, their families as well as numerous civil servants working in the state house and across the ministries, departments and agencies of government and of course, with due respect, including parliamentarians and members of the legislature in addition to other notable dignitaries," he said.

"Interestingly, Mr. Chairman, on a lighter note, not only those that have been captured here attend (the medical centre) there are poor of the poorest that attend because we receive reference from Gwagwalada, Garki, Wuse hospitals.

"So, if they come, we attend to them and interestingly too at no fee at all, we don't charge.

"The anticipated improvement of the medical centre will propel it to serve as a centre of excellence and also reduce medical tourism."

Centre of excellence? To the patients, that may be a sickening description.

Actor Francis Odega ”Mr. Garara Here” Declares Support for Nnamdi Kanu

Comic Nollywood comic actor, Francis Odega has declared his support for the agitation for the actualization of Biafra and the pro-Biafra group, the Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB's leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

Odega who became more popular after his comic slang 'gerara here' went viral on social media revealed that his support for the embattled IPOB leader comes in line with the quit notice handed down by the Arewa Youth and a Coalition of Northern Youth Groups to Igbos living in the north.

Recall that the northern youth groups had issued a 90-day ultimatum to Igbos living in the north to vacate the region on or before October 1.

Odega while declaring his support for the IPOB leader and struggle for Biafra said:

    "I don't think Nnamdi Kanu is doing bad for himself. Because when one look at it, how can some Northern youths say they don't want us (Igbos) from their states?
    "That means we are not welcomed. If one say 'leave the North, quit the North' that means such persons don't want us and the only thing for us to do is to have our own.

    "If someone ask me not to come to his house again, what do I do? I look for my own house. I don't have a reason to pretend about this."

He added in his chat with Celeb Police: "If Biafra want to come let it come."

Strange Disease Kills 50 People In Kogi State

A strange disease, whose symptoms include diarrhea, bloodstained vomiting and high fever has killed 50 people at Okunran, Okoloke and Isanlu-Esa villages in Yagba West Local Government of Kogi.

Initial reports had suspected lassa Fever, but medics told Dr. Saka Audu, Commissioner for Health, who visited the affected areas on Thursday, that it was a strange diseases that was unknown.

"We initially suspected Lassa Fever after getting some misleading reports about people bleeding around, so we made a diagnosis for viral haemorrhagic fever (lassa fever), but the result was negative," Dr. Jannette Hathorn, a Consultant at ECWA Hospital, Egbe told Audu.

She said that the first case was that of a child of two and half years, who died 12 hours after he was brought to the hospital.

"We are sure it is not lassa fever; but our concern is that we do not know exactly what is happening. We have not arrived at a definitive diagnosis.

"Two adult patients were also brought here; one showed symptoms of ulcer-viral illness, but there was no bleeding component of any haemorrhagic symptom.

"We isolated them and both of them were treated for malaria. When they started improving, we let them go.

"Another parent brought a child to the hospital and pleaded for help. He said that 50 people had died in their village with similar symptoms of bloodstained vomiting, diarrhea and fever.

"When the child died, we called the World Health Organisation (WHO). Yesterday (Wednesday), their officials came and took samples of everything; we must know exactly what we are dealing with," she said.

Audu, who described the situation as "serious", said that the visit was to assess the it "especially since many lives have been lost to the disease".

"We want to determine the cause of these mysterious deaths and then proffer solution to it.

"Government is committed to assisting the people irrespective of how remote their settlements may be. We must ensure that we take healthcare to the door steps of rural dwellers.

"We want to reassure the people that government is with them and will take full responsibility of those who are already ill, so as to arrest the spread of this disease.

"For now, what is clear and confirmed is that it is not lassa fever; but whatever it is, we will carry out further investigation and come up with definitive diagnosis," Audu said.

He said that the information about the outbreak of the strange disease came to government last week and a technical team was immediately sent to take samples which were sent to General Hospital Irrua, Edo State, for definitive investigation.

"We are digging into the real cause of this ailment. All hands are on deck toward unraveling the definitive cause of the mysterious deaths among the kids," the commissioner assured.

According to him, the Fulani settlers have been reported to be the worst hit by the disease which broke out three weeks ago.

Ardo Damina Ibrahim, leader of the Fulani settlement, told newsmen that the first case was reported three weeks ago, adding that children were worst hit.

"We at first used herbs to treat the patients but had to rush to the hospital after recording several deaths," he said.

He explained that parents became more confused when doctors could not ascertain the cause of the illness, saying that many died in the hospital while others were discharged without any cure.

"We have lost more than 50 people and still have many helpless patients at home,'' he said.

Oba Joshua Ogunyanda, the traditional ruler of the community, who thanked the commissioner for visiting the area in spite of the difficult terrain, said that he ran to the Yagba Local Government when the disease broke out.

"We are confident that the disease will soon be brought under control with the commitment that you have shown," he said.

The commissioner later gave N50,000 to the leader of the Fulani community to transport the sick patients to Lokoja for proper treatment.

Buhari And His Aides Are Controlling Acting President Osinbajo From London – UK Newspaper Reports

According to Reuters,President Muhammadu Buhari and some of his aides are controlling Acting President Osinbajo.

In a report titled:

'Nigeria stand-in careful not to upset the boat as Buhari steers from London', the news agency said Buhari has kept a grip on power despite his medical leave.

Since May 7, Buhari has been in London receiving treatment for an undisclosed ailment.

    "Even from far-away London, Buhari and his aides have restrained Osinbajo," the report read.

    "Osinbajo and his aides often hold meetings which have enlivened a presidential villa criticized for inertia — but he still seeks approval from Buhari or his chief of staff."
    An unnamed presidency official reportedly said Osinbajo is scared to take any action without Buhari's consent.

    "He (Osinbajo) is so scared to offend President Buhari to the extent that he takes no major action without consent from him through phone," the official who asked not to be named, reportedly said.

    "He flew to London for a few hours last month to get Buhari's approval to appoint two ministers who had been already cleared by parliament.

    "During the meeting, Buhari even asked Osinbajo to give the ministers no portfolio as he wanted to assign them himself after his return."

The report said Osinbajo is "walking a tightrope" to avoid policies that may annoy Buhari and his inner circle.

Saraki And Dogara Visits President Buhari In London For The Second Time

The Senate President Bukola Saraki and Speaker of House of Representatives Hon. Yakubu Dogara, today, August 17th 2017 visited President Muhammadu Buhari at the Abuja House, London..

Information about the visit was made known on social media by the special assistance to President Buhari, Femi Adesina.

This is the second time that the duo of Saraki and Dogara would be visiting Buhari in London.

Strike: FG, ASUU meeting ends in deadlock

ABUJA— The meeting held between the Federal Government  and Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, yesterday, to resolve the ongoing strike embarked upon the union ended in a deadlock.

President Muhammadu Buhari and ASUU President, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi

Both parties, however, agreed to reconvene within a week to continue the negotiations.

While Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, and his counterpart in Education, Adamu Adamu, represented the Federal Government, ASUU president, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, led the union's team.

Vanguard investigation revealed that the government made some offers during the less than one hour meeting, which both sides refused to disclose to the media.

It was learned that the offers were, however, acceptable to the union leaders.

Briefing newsmen shortly after the meeting, both sides said there was tremendous progress, following offers made by government and position of the union on the new offers.

But both the representatives of government and ASUU refused to disclose the offers just as ASUU President said he was taking the deliberations and offers by government to members, with a view to responding appropriately to them  within one week.

Ngige said:  "The meeting, as you can see, was not very long and we touched on various areas of the dispute. The  major issue is for us to see that the strike is called off so that our children can go back to school and ASUU graciously said they would come back to us on a date within the next one week."

On his part, ASUU president, Prof. Ogunyemi, said: "Well, like the Honourable Minister said, there were some offers by government and we have taken copious notes of their offers but we have to get back to our members, lay all the information available to them first to consider and advise us.

"So, based on their advice, based on their positions, we will come back to government, with a view to getting responses."

ASUU'll call off strike next week, we'll release N53bn — FG

Meanwhile, Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, said yesterday, that the on-going strike by ASUU would be called off next week, adding that N53 billion would be released to the union.

Speaking before the Senate Committee on Tertiary Institutions and TETFUND, led by Senator Jibrin Barau APC, Kano North, the Minister disclosed that the executive arm of government had commenced plans to ensure that it honoured the agreement with ASUU.

The Minister, who noted that he had written to the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, for the money, disclosed that she had already approved the money, adding that the money would be paid on Monday when  the  striking lecturers would receive the cheque.

He said:  "ASUU  asked for N23billion to be paid, but we said the condition for getting the N23billion  was for them to account for the N30billion they had taken and they were not able to account for it.

"The Minister of Finance undertook to do the audit from the ministry and we agreed that the result will be known  in six months. During that six months, government undertook to be paying ASUU  N1.5billion each month during the time they were waiting for this.

''However,  their grouse was that the forensic audit promised by the Minister of Finance had not been done and the money promised not paid.

"So, at our meeting two days ago, the agreement was to pay them all and do forensic audit on the entire N53billion.

"That was what I tried to do yesterday (Wednesday). I wrote to the Minister of Finance and she has already approved and this money will be paid. Probably, by  Monday, they will be able to receive the cheque.

"We didn't agree  with ASUU on their request  that TSA should be taken out. I told them that it is not possible because it is a  new policy and government is not going to change it for anyone.

"Concerning their salary short fall, we said the reason springs from universities employing people without proper authority.

"For instance, a university can just decide to go and recruit 50 people without notifying IPPIS.  So, what they are going to get is the money they got last month, which will not be sufficient for them. We have told them that institutions should, henceforth, stop doing that and  they accepted.

"There is the issue of  registration of their pension commission. I think they have one or two issues to iron out with PENCOM and I believe they will also be able to solve the problem within a week.

"The issue of renegotiation is already ongoing, which will not affect what we have said.  I have already written a letter formalizing the meeting and all the agreements we had with ASUU and gave them the letter yesterday.

"From the way they received it, I think it is possible that the strike will be called off within a week maximum."

Chairman of the Committee, Senator Jibrin Barau, commended the Minister for his efforts towards ensuring that the situation was resolved and the strike called off.

Anambra Guber: PDP Endorses Prince John Emeka as It's Candidate

With less than two days to the PDP governorship primary election in Anambra State, the national leadership of the PDP Prayer Network has endorsed Prince John Okechukwu Emeka as it's candidate for this Saturday's election.

Our decision to endorse and mobilise supports for Prince John Emeka stemmed from the fact that he is the only person among the aspirants contesting for PDP governorship ticket for Anambra State that showed genuine concern and support to our move in seeking the face of God to end the internal crisis that threatened the existence of our great party.

When our team visited the fair-weather members of the party who are now aspirants to solicit their support for our National Day of Prayer in February this year, they all told our team that PDP was dead and buried thinking that peace can never return to the party again.

Hence, Prince John Emeka is the only PDP aspirant from Anambra State that supported our members who went to the Holy Land of Jerusalem and Mecca to pray to God to end the crisis in our party and to reposition it for victory ahead of the 2019 Presidential race.

Therefore, we are supprised to see people who did not contribute anything for the growth of the party to come and reap from where they did not sow. This is against the law of nature which says, man must reap from what he sow.

However, it is a nationwide fact that on February 26 this year, we declared a national day of fasting and prayer for the party since all man-made solutions have failed to end the crisis.

Because these aspirants never believed that PDP will one day return to glory let alone contributing anything towards the growth of the party both at the state and at the national level, we are asking them to withdraw and support Prince John Emeka who has what it takes to win Anambra State for the PDP ahead of the 2019 general elections.

We are also asking the National Working Committee members of our great party headed by our great leader, Senator Ahmed Makarfi who is the immediate beneficiary of our spiritual endeavor and services to use the power given to him by our party's constitution to adopt Prince John Emeka as PDP Consensus candidate for Anambra State so that other party members would learn how to support the party in times of crisis.

This will also serve as deterrent to other no-supportive members that if they contributed nothing to the party in moments of crisis, then they should expect no dividends in times of peace.

We also call on our members in Anambra State and other loyal party faithful as well as delegates to vote for Prince John Emeka on Saturday; should these aspirants refuse to withdraw from the race.

Our position is not a wicth-hunt, but an act that will support the party's quest for supremacy above members as well as rebuilding and repositioning it for victory in 2019 general elections

Thursday, 17 August 2017

FG Officially Hands Over Presidential Lodge In Marina To Lagos Government

The Presidential Lodge in the Marina area of Lagos has been handed over to the Lagos State government.

Channels TV reports that the Federal Government has handed over the Presidential Lodge, Marina to the Lagos State Government.

Permanent Secretary, State House Marina, and Secretary to the Lagos State Government signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the formal handover of the lodge to the Lagos State government on Thursday.

The lodge, a pre-Independence structure is one of the Federal government's properties in Lagos State that are allegedly not being fully utilised.

Details later…

Lagos ranks 2nd on World’s Least Liveable Cities


Despite the progress, Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos, has made since the advent of democracy in 1999, the city has been ranked second on the World's Least Liveable Cities.

Lagos ranks 2nd, behind Damascus and ahead of Tripoli and Dhaka on the annual report by the Economist.

On the other spectrum, Melbourne has topped a list of the World's Most Liveable city for the seventh year running but terrorism and diplomatic tensions are eroding living conditions worldwide, an annual report from the Economist has found.

The Australian city was ranked number one out of 140 cities, slightly ahead of the Austrian capital Vienna, with the Canadian trio of Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary completing the top five.

"This is a win for all Victorians, who contribute so much to making Melbourne the best place to live in the world," said Victorian state Premier Daniel Andrews.

The survey, released Wednesday, scores cities on five broad categories: stability; healthcare; culture and environment; education and infrastructure.

The Economist's Intelligence Unit found that medium-sized cities in wealthy countries fared best.

"These can foster a range of recreational activities without leading to high crime levels or overburdened infrastructure," the report said.

Major hubs like New York, London, Paris and Tokyo were hives of activity but lost points due to high levels of crime and overcrowded public transport.

More broadly, global stability continued to weaken due to the increase in terror-related incidents world wide.

"Violent acts of terrorism have been reported in many countries, including Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, France, Pakistan, Sweden, Turkey, the UK and the US," the report found.

"While not a new phenomenon, the frequency and spread of terrorism have increased noticeably and become even more prominent."

The United States had seen a decline in a number of its cities over the past few years related to growing unrest.

"This stems in part from unrest related to a number of deaths of black people at the hands of police officers," the report found.

"In addition, the country has seen protests held in response to President Trump's policies and executive orders."

It said increased diplomatic tensions — from Russia and the Ukraine to North Korea's nuclear threat and Iran's relationship with its neighbours — was leading to declining stability scores around the world.

Conflict was the main factor for those cities finishing on the bottom of the survey, with Syria's Damascus at number 140, behind Nigeria's Lagos, under threat from Islamist groups like Boko Haram and Libyan capital Tripoli, caught up in middle eastern strife.

“Bring Buhari To Me, I’ll Heal Him Just As I Healed Babangida” – Satguru Maharaj

Founder of One Love Family, Satguru Maharaj Ji, has called on the Nigerian government to bring ailing President Muhammadu Buhari to him as he will heal him of his ailment.

Maharaj ji, who spoke at the Nigerian Union of Journalist (NUJ) secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos, Southwest Nigeria also assured Nigerians that challenges confronting the nation would soon be over.

He said he was ready to heal Buhari if the presidency could bring him home.

    "I do not believe in sickness. The President of Nigeria is great. And he should remain so. And that is why if he comes to me for healing, I will heal him. I have done it for several public office holders. I remembered that I treated Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida (IBB), when he was afflicted by an ailment. I cured him. But he later denied me.

He said the presence of the president was needed in the country, as it would douse agitation of Nigerians and help address issues challenging the country.

According to him:

    "Since he left, the acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, has been acting on his behalf. And I believe he has defied Nigerians prediction that he will be a figure head. I believe he knows what he is doing."

Maharaj Ji also condemned the ongoing indefinite industrial action embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) over Federal Government unfulfilled promises, as an act aimed to draw the country's education sector backward.

16 Killed And 82 Injured In Borno Suicide Attack – Police

The Borno Police Command has revealed that 16 persons were killed and 82 others wounded in a suicide attack in Konduga Local Government Area of the state.

According to the Commissioner of Police, Damian Chukwu, three suicide bombers hit the market at 5:30pm..

The suicide bombers, a male and two female detonated the explosives at the busy market, blew up themselves and killed 16 people.

Chukwu said that 82 other persons sustained various degrees of injuries in the attack, adding that the wounded were evacuated to Specialists Hospital, Maiduguri.

According to him, the command has deployed EOD to sanitize the area.

Bobrisky shows off the interiors in his home, says its worth about N12million (photos)

Bobrisky who just returned from America took to his Snapchat handle to show off different sections of his house revealing that it took him about N12 million to put everything into place. He also bragged that the money is enough to buy cars for some people.

The cross dresser showed off his living room both upstairs and downstairs, his bedrooms and a drawer full of dollars.

Baddest! You need to see the interiors of Bobrisky's home, says it's worth about N12million (photos)
Bobrisky. Source: Google

Not stopping there, he showed off the picture of another man covered with love thanking him for gifting him N1 million for his birthday.

See his posts below:

Baddest! You need to see the interiors of Bobrisky's home, says it's worth about N12million (photos)
Baddest! You need to see the interiors of Bobrisky's home, says it's worth about N12million (photos)
Baddest! You need to see the interiors of Bobrisky's home, says it's worth about N12million (photos)