Tuesday, June 26, 2012
An eight-month-old baby is recovering in hospital after having both her hands chopped off by her grandmother.
The incident took place when the grandmother was caring for the little girl while her parents were at work in the Shandong Province of China.
A 27-year old man, Okafor Chukwujekwu has been arrested by the police in Lagos state, for allegedly kidnapping his blood brother, Cosmos Chukwujekwu for a ransom.
The victim, who is his elder brother, was kidnapped at Festac Town, Lagos and taken to an unknown place where he was made to pay N4 million ransom before he was released.
A 34-year old herbalist, Mathew Sonoma has been sentenced to seven years imprisonment with hard labour for defrauding a former chairman of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Ambassador Sam Edem of N715 million.
Seriously, what is wrong with Goldie!
After Sunday night’s eviction, Goldie has been in deep thoughts if she made the right choice and why.
The Goldie and Prezzo where having a simple conversation, sudden they started having an argument. Prezzo accused Goldie of pretending saying that she wouldn’t have mentioned the word “voluntary exit” if at all she was not meaning it.
Emmanuel Ohuabunwa is a 22 year old Nigeria from Arochukwu, Abia State. He made history at the John Hopkins University, United States of America by becoming the first black man to make a Grade Point Average of 3.98 out of 4.0 in Neurosciences in the University. For this achievement, he has won a scholarship to Yale University. He also had the highest honours during the graduation that held in May this year.
Emmanuel was born in Okota, Lagos and attended primary school in Lagos and part of Secondary school in Ibadan before moving to the USA with his family to continue his education.
He's also been inducted into Phi Beta Kappa Society, an academic honour society which “celebrates and advocates excellence in the liberal arts and sciences” and inducts “the most outstanding students of arts and sciences at America’s leading colleges and universities.” in this prestigious honour group you'll find 17 US Presidents, 37 US Supreme Court Justices, and 136 Nobel Prize winners as members.
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