Showing posts from October 5, 2017

Pregnant Woman Battered By Her Baby Daddy.

A pregnant victim of domestic violence by a man whom she already had a baby with, shared graphic pics of her wounds as a result of the attack.

The lady identified simply as Kidd Aj, who is reportedly pregnant, took to social media to share her story and photos of her bloodied face, as a result of abuse by her baby-daddy.

She shared the photos and wrote:

    "This nigga jus beat me like a dog.. Most f*cked up part is I didn't even throw the first hit.

    "Oh and I'm pregnant with this Nigga second child but obviously nobody gaf. This is the first this nigga ever put his hands on me & this will Be the LAST. I left & I'm not Lookin Back."

Governor Wike inaugurates LOC for the 2018 African Wrestling Competition

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has inaugurated the Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the 2018 African Wrestling Championship, which will hold in Port Harcourt next February.

 Inaugurating the committee at the Government House, Port Harcourt on Wednesday, Governor Wike charged members to organise a world class event.

He said: "This competition is important to Rivers State.  Give it all it takes. I urge you to start working immediately.

"Make sure that all the requirements are put in place for the championship.  I will personally  work to ensure that we have other sponsors for the event ".

The governor explained that the African Wrestling Championship will be given top priority  in the coming four months, as it will effectively  showcase Nigeria and Rivers State.

He urged the committee to work directly with security  agencies to ensure that there is no security  breach during the African Wrestling Championship.

Governor Wike specifically  charged  the Vice Chai…

"No Need To Bring Diezani To Nigeria For Trial"- Abubakar Malami.

Abubakar Malami, the attorney-general of the federation
has said that Diezani Alison-Madueke, former minister of petroleum resources, will not be brought back to Nigeria for trial as demanded by her.....

Malami said since she is already facing charges of money laundering in the United Kingdom, “it is important to face the charges there than for her to come as a mere witness in a case in Nigeria”.

Speaking to the media after the federal executive council (FEC) meeting on Wednesday, Malami said the federal government “will not take any decision that will jeopardise what the UK government is doing”.

“If Nigeria feels strongly that there is need to bring Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke here to face charges of corruption, government will not hesitate to do that,” he said.

As things are now, there is no need for that since the UK government is already investigating her and government will not take any decision that will jeopardise what the UK government is doing.

Source: The Cable.

MonkeyPox Hits Bayelsa State, Medical Doctor, 10 Others Quarantined.

According to the World Health Organisation, monkeypox is a rare disease that occurs primarily in remote parts of Central and West Africa, near tropical rainforests.

Fear has gripped the residents of Bayelsa State as a deadly viral epidemic known as “monkeypox” has broken out in the state.

“The monkeypox virus can cause a fatal illness in humans and, although it is similar to human smallpox which has been eradicated, it is much milder,” WHO says.

It was authoritatively learnt that a medical doctor and 10 persons who came down with the monkeypox had been quarantined in an isolation centre at the Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital, Okolobiri, in Yenagoa Local Government Area of the state.

The isolation centre was reportedly created by the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control and the epidemiological team of the state’s Ministry of Health to control the spread of the virus.

The NCDC and the epidemiological team were said to be tracking 49 other persons who were said to have come in conta…