Sunday, 29 January 2017

Social: 10 Secret WhatsApp Tips and Tricks You Probably Don’t Know

 WhatsApp is definitely the best mobile messaging app ever made for Android, iPhone, Blackberry, Nokia & Java Mobiles. If you have active Internet connection on your mobile phone, then with the help of this app you can send unlimited messages, videos, audios, images to anyone. As we all know that the WhatsApp’s popularity has grown so popular that many WhatsApp tips and tricks coming in the internet. It is estimated that WhatsApp has more than 400 million active users around the world. Due to it’s fast message delivery service and some other cool features many people were attracted towards it. Here in this tutorial we are sharing some of the best Whatsapp Tips and Tricks Collection for every user who are using Whatsapp app on their mobile phones or PC.

 1. Use WhatsApp without your Mobile Number

You can use WhatsApp without number that means not with your own number. So this trick may help you to do that easily and you can activate WhatsApp with a number which is not your own i.e fake. Just follow the below steps and enjoy.
  • If you are already using WhatsApp, uninstall it from your device completely. Download and install it again.
  • Lock your messaging service simply by changing the flight mode.
  • Now open WhatsApp and add your number to it. So it will not be able to send the message to the

Religious: DSS invites Apostle Johnson Suleman, for interrogation

After a failed attempt to arrest him in Ekiti state last Wednesday, the Department of State Security, has invited Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, for interrogation over his recent comments asking Christians to attack armed herdsmen that try to attack them. He is to appear at the DSS Headquarters in Abuja on Monday January 30th by 10am. May God help him.

Foreign News: Mark Zuckerberg criticizes Donald Trump on immigration

Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg expressed concern on Friday over Trump's latest executive orders on immigration and refugees.

"My great grandparents came from Germany, Austria and Poland. Priscilla's parents were refugees from China and Vietnam. The United States is a nation of immigrants, and we should be proud of that. Like many of you, I'm concerned about the impact of the recent executive orders signed by President Trump" Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post, which cited his

Religious: Vice President Osinbajo's silence on religious crisis is no longer golden, Apostle Johnson will fight for us - CAN

The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has released a statement, applauding controversial clergyman and Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, for being vocal in the face of the repeated killing of Christians by some herdsmen in some parts of the country. 

In a statement signed by its special assistant on media and communication to the CAN President, Bayo Oladeji, the religious body kicked against last Wednesday's attempted arrest of Suleman in Ekiti state, arguing that his recent comments on the religious crisis in the country is permitted by the Constitution of the

Entertainment: Harrysong reacts to his arrest by former record lable, Five Star Music

Harrysong has indirectly reacted to his arrest by owners of his former record label, Five Star Music, yesterday. Posting a video on his IG page where himself and his friends were popping bottles of Champagne, he wrote "Thank you all so so much for the love and prayers... don't be scared..they can't pull us down...#samankwe all the way.. #@alterplatemusic".

Crime: [Photos] Nigeria Police declares Woman, Man wanted for stealing over N100million

The Nigeria Police has declared one Lilian Omekara wanted for the offence of conspiracy and stealing by conspiring with fraudsters to transfer over N29million to her account. She has since withdrawn the money and is currently at large.

Foreign Entertainment News: Lionel Messi sets wedding date to marry his partner, Antonella Rocuzzo

Barcelona football star Lionel Messi,29, has fixed the date of his wedding to his childhood sweetheart and mother of his two kids, Antonella Rocuzzo, 28. According to various reports in Spanish and Argentine media, the football ace has fixed June 24, 2017 as the date he'll wed Antonella in his hometown, Rosario.
However, the question on the lips of everyone in Argentina is if his rival, and World Footballer of the year, Cristiano Ronaldo will be invited, even though Ronaldo will be participating with Portugal in the

Foreign Health News: France bans free soft drink refills over obesity and diabetes

France has banned restaurants from offering free soft drink refills over the risk of obesity and diabetes. The ban which was first passed in April 2015, took effect on Friday, January 27, 2017 after the government said no restaurants should offer unlimited refill of soda and other sugary drinks for free.

According to NY Times, the move by France is in line with WHO recommendations, which has urged countries to impose a tax on sugary drinks to battle the increase of obesity in the World.

Maritime: [Photos] Customs hand over 2 impounded helicopters worth N9bn to Nigeria Air Force

The Nigeria Customs Service, Murtala Mohammed International Airport Command (MMIA), have intercepted and seized two Civil Models 412 EP of Bell Helicopters and 23 packages containing various accessories, with duty paid value of N9,757,135,240.86.

Crime: [Photo] First Bank of Nigeria staff sentenced to 4 years for stealing N9.3Million

A Bank Cashier, 26-year-old David Anibolu, was on Wednesday sentenced to four years in prison by an Igbosere Magistrates’ Court in Lagos for stealing N9, 308,000 from a customer’s First Bank of Nigeria (FBN) Plc account. Anibolu was arraigned on April 3, 2014 on a two-count charge of conspiracy and stealing.

It was revealed by the prosecuting Police Superintendent, Chidi Okoye, that on the 22nd of March 2015, Anibolu who was on annual leave came to the bank where he worked at FBN Alaba 2 branch in Ojo under the pretext that he wanted to assist a customer in posting his land use charges. Anibolu allegedly used the

Foreign News: 17 Police Officers arrested in Zimbabwe in Connection with illegal gold mining

Seventeen police officers from Zimbabwe have been apprehended in connection with illegal gold mining activities. According to Zim Eye, eleven police officers from Inyathi and six from Nkayi were arrested on Wednesday last week and have been appearing before an internal tribunal at the Nkayi District police headquarters.

A police source said the officers appeared on Monday, January 23 at the Nkayi Police Station were they allegedly charged them for failing to execute their duties, with member of the public accusing them of turning a blind eye to illegal activities.

Foreign News: [Photos] Recreation of of mum, Princess Diana, in homeless charity's photo by Prince Harry

Late Princess Diana was a great humanitarian and philanthropist during her time and her younger son, Prince Harry seems to be taking after her in more ways than one. Prince Harry recreated a photo his mother had taken in 1995. Recently, Prince Harry went on a tour of the Depaul Trust Hostel in Willesden, north London, as part of his project on exploring how sports can be used to help communities. More...

Foreign News: Kenya beer firms to compensate individuals who suffer damages from alcohol

The Kenyan government recently passed a bill that will see beer manufacturers compensate individuals who suffer damages from alcohol. According to the Alcoholic Drinks Control Act Bill proposed by Imenti Central MP, Gideon Mwiti,  manufacturers will put between five and ten percent of the revenue they generate in insurance companies for compensation.

Entertainment: DJ Real writes Small Doctor an open letter, calls him stingy and ingrate

Rumor has it that there's been a silent war between popular street Disc Jockey, DJ Real and famous street pop star, Small Doctor. Recently, Dj Real took his time to pen a lengthy open letter to address the issue calling Small Doctor 'Self centered and Stingy' and warning him to take off his record label name from all his social media pages. The open letter below:

"I am writing this Open Letter to all street DJs and my fans to learn from my mistake. Been keeping silence for the past few months now based on what happened between me and Small Doctor who thinks he's bigger than the person who stood by him, believed In his talent and did

Saturday, 28 January 2017

Entertainment: Osita Iheme 'Pawpaw' launches music record label, signs 2 artist

Nollywood actor, Osita Iheme, popularly known as Pawpaw has launched his own music record label and has signed a record deal with two young artists. Pawpaw revealed that he launched his record label, Young Boss Record, to give talented Nigerians a chance. To this end, he has signed two new acts, Barrister Max and Charisma, and both artists are said to have released their individual singles. Congratulations to him.

Boko Haram: Female suicide bombers now strap babies to their backs - Nigerian Military

The Defence Headquarters, DHQ, on Friday disclosed the new tactics being used by female suicide bombers in the North East in order to evade detection by security operatives. A statement issued by the acting director of defence information, Rabe Abubakar, said the attackers, usually teenage girls, now strap babies to their backs in order that security personnel may ordinarily pass them for innocent nursing mothers.
"The two recent suicide bomb attacks in Madagali, Adamawa State are instructive in this regard. The DHQ wishes to seize this opportunity to appeal to members of the public to be patient and cooperate with the military and other security agencies while carrying out thorough security search and checks as the essence is

Crime: Notorious kidnapping kingpin abducted by gunmen at Owerri High Court

Unknown gunmen on Friday morning stormed the Owerri High Court  in a commando style, scared everybody off with gunshots and rescued a notorious kidnapping kingpin, Henry Chibueze a.k.a Vampire and two others.
The suspect is pictured in 2015 being paraded at the premises of Imo Police command, after his arrest following five years of unsuccessful manhunt. He was facing criminal charges bothering on armed robbery, kidnapping, murder, etc.

Crime: 65 year old man arrested for sexually assaulting 8 &10 year old girls

65 year old man Alosuposo Louis, pictured above, has been arrested by men of the Ogun state police command, for allegedly sexually assaulting two minors aged 10 and eight years. In a statement signed by the state Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, the suspect who is a radio repairer, was arrested after one of the mother of the victims complained at the Aiyetoro police division in the state.

Breaking: Five Star Music issues official statement on arrest of Harrysong

Yesterday, Five Star Music arrested Harrysong for breach of contract. In a new statement signed by Five Star Music Lawyer, Mr. C.C Chris, they explained and narrated why he was arrested, how they paid 5million naira to buy off his former contract with Questionmark Entertainment and how Harrysong has breach the contract he signed with Five Star. Read the full statement after the cut... 

It has become both imperative and necessary to state our position on the ongoing misguided and fallacious news making the rounds in the media between our esteemed record label and Mr. Harry Tare Okri.

Sometime in 2008 when Mr. Harry first approached our record label for a music contract, we immediately declined the request when we found out that he had a subsisting contract with one Mr. Kevin Luciano of

Step into millions with DiamondXtra

Diamond Bank has launched Season 9 of its DiamondXtra reward scheme with over N584 million to be won. In the monthly draws, 13 customers win one million naira each, 1 customer wins two million naira and the luckiest customer wins the grand prize of salary for life; that is N100,000 naira monthly for 20 years!

Photos: Three young car thieves arrested in VGC

A group of men stole a Toyota Camry from VGC yesterday evening but before they could escape with the vehicle, an alarm was raised by the owner. Unfortunately for the three men, they were apprehended after a long chase after they smashed the car at the VGC exit roundabout. More photos after the cut...

Intimate details of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's relationship to be exposed in new film

Estranged couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are about to have their relationship made into a documentary by film maker, Ian Halperin, 52. Ian revealed that the movie will be an exposé on the life of the celebrity couple, including intimate details behind their breakup and never-before-seen footage and interviews of both of them. 

As a teaser to what is to come, Ian claimed that Jolie and Pitt had been separated for more than one year prior to announcing their break-up in public.

Photos: Gov. Ambode Commissions newly upgraded Eagle Square, Tinubu at Lagos Island

Representative of Lagos State Governor & Acting Commissioner, Tourism, Arts & Culture, Mrs. Adebimpe Akinsola, cutting the tape to officially open the upgraded Eagle Square, Tinubu at Lagos Island on Friday, January 27, 2017. With her Sole Administrator, Lagos Island Local Government, Alhaji Nasir Musa; Special Adviser to the Governor on Central Business District (CBD), Mr. Agboola Dabiri; Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture, Mr. Adewale Ashimi and Sole Administrator, Lagos Island East Local Council Development, Hon. Abiola Aare. Other photos after the cut...

Photos: Suspected 'robber' narrowly escapes lynching in Benue State

A suspected robber identified as Ugo, narrowly escaped lynching after he was on caught with knives at Ella market, Otukpo, Benue State. But for the quick intervention of some good Samaritans, the suspect, said to be from Anambra State, would have been lynched by Okada riders.

Beware! Woman stops to help a child and luckily escapes when she realised it was a trap

An unnamed 33yr old American woman almost fell victim to her own compassion when she stopped to assist what looked like a lost child by the roadside. It was 1:33 am and pitch dark when her headlights picked out a figure dressed in kids clothes, unknown to her, it was a dummy planted there by robbers.
Two male attackers jumped out at her but thankfully, her doors were locked and she sped off unharmed.
Police responded to the scene and are calling for information which could lead to the arrest of the perpetrators.

Photos: Chimamanda Adichie mourns Buchi Emecheta

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has mourned pioneering Nigerian author Buchi Emecheta, who passed away on Wednesday.
The late literary icon who championed women and girls in her writing, died at her London home at the age of 72. Some of her works included The Joys of Motherhood, Second-Class Citizen and The Bride Price. Her first book, In The Ditch, details her experience as a poor, single parent in London.

"Walai, e be devil gaskia" - Father who beat 10-year-old daughter to pulp in Kano

The Senior Magistrate’s Court 34, sitting at Rijiyar Zaki, Ungoggo Local Government Area of Kano State, has remanded one Saminu Umar for brutally beating his ten-year old daughter. According to Daily Nigerian, Umar beat Naja'atu for visiting her uncle without his permission. The loud cries of the girl drew neighbours’ attention, who overpowered the father and  rescued her. 

The neighbours then reported him to the Rijiyar Zaki Police Division in Kano.

Aisha Buhari is now a grand mother, cradles adorable baby in new photo

Mrs Aisha Buhari, Nigeria First Lady is pictured with an adorable baby boy at the Villa.Wow, so adorable.

RIP: Hollywood legend & Harry Porter actor John Hurt dies at 77

British actor, John Hurt who garnered Oscar nominations for his roles in "Midnight Express" and "The Elephant Man," has died at the age of 77, his agent confirmed this morning. He died yesterday Jan. 27th in London just 5 days after his 77th birthday.

Hurt worked more than six decades in television, movies and voice work in England and the United States. He recently played a priest who counsels Jacqueline Kennedy in last year's biopic "Jackie".

Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Drug convict takes NDLEA to Appeal Court over death sentence

A drug convict, Aluagwu Lawrence, 32, of Iju Ishaga Lagos who was sentenced to life imprisonment for possessing 220 grammes of cannabis has taken the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) to the Court of Appeal in contention of the sentence awarded him at the Federal High Court.

In response to the motion of appeal, the NDLEA at the weekend filed its brief of argument and March 27, 2017 was fixed for the commencement of the argument of the motion of appeal.

The appellant counsel, Barrister Vincent Nwanna in his submission stated that the 25 years sentence by the Federal High Court on his client for possessing 200 grammes of cannabis is excessive and should be reviewed by the Appeal court.

Photos: Travelers stranded as aggrieved Delta women barricade East-West Road over rape and killing by Fulani herdsmen

Thousands of travelers were stranded on Wednesday, after aggrieved women, numbering over 100 barricaded the East-West Road, over what they termed the incessant killing, raping of indigenes by armed Fulani herdsmen.

The protesting women from Ohorhor community, Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State besieged and barricaded the busy road with planks of wood, leaves, tires and chairs.

Photos: Nigerian Troops leave for Gambia to ensure incumbent president, Yahya Jammeh, hands over tomorrow

Ahead of the presidential inauguration in Gambia today, the Nigerian Air Force Wednesday, airlifted troops to the country as part of efforts by ECOWAS to ensure that the incumbent President, Yahya Jammeh,  hands over power to the president-elect and winner of the December 1st Presidential election, Adama Barrow. The Nigerian troops will join their counterparts from Ghana and Senegal to apply force to remove Jammeh from office should he refuse to hand over.

Kenyan MP tells women to deny their husbands sex if they don’t register to vote

A Kenyan opposition MP has urged her fellow women to deprive their husband of enjoying their conjugal right until they register to vote ahead of August's general election.
Speaking at the Costal City of Mombasa on Monday to kick-start a month-long nationwide drive to register millions of new voters ahead of the August 8 polls, Mishi Mboko, a Mombasa representative said women should withhold sex until their men get their valid voter ID cards.

11 Catholic retired priest push for an end to celibacy

A group of 11 retired high ranking Catholic priests is causing vocational drama across Germany with their request to abolish celibacy in an open letter, written in review of their fifty (50) years as clergy. They are part of a group of clerics who were anointed in 1967 in Cologne, a city considered both a Catholic stronghold and one of Germany’s most progressive and gay-friendly cities. 

Speaking to DW, Franz Decker, a retired priest who for over a decade led the Catholic Relief Service in Cologne, said: 

3 siblings burnt to death in South Africa

A shack fire has claimed the lives of three Soweto siblings in South Africa. The three siblings, aged 11 months‚ three and five years were asleep with their parents in a rented shack when it caught fire in the early hours of today, January 18, 2017. The deceased parents were said to have escaped half naked.

Ezekiel Kapo, one of the witnesses attached to the victims' shack said he was awakened by his neighbors screams.

'Many Americans believe Russian interference didn't change presidential election outcome '- New CNN poll reveals

According to a new CNN/ORC poll, 58% percent of Americans believe that Donald Trump would have still come out victorious against Hillary Clinton in the U.S Presidential elections whether Russia interfered in the election process or not.

8 in 10 Americans say they have been closely following news about Russia's attempts to influence the election last year, including 84% of Democrats, 75% of independents and 72%

Prophet Mugadza charged to court over President Mugabe's death prophecy

Prophet Patrick Mugadza of Remnant Pentecostal Church in Kariba has been charged to court over President Mugabe's death prophecy.

The Zimbabwean preacher was on Monday arrested for creating nuisance by giving a prophecy that President Mugabe wasn't going to live to see the end of 2017.

Police in Plateau intercepts two trucks conveying 145 Almajiri children to Kaduna and Nassarawa States

Police in Plateau State intercepted about 145 almajiri children in Jos while being conveyed in two trucks to Kaduna and Nasarawa States. 

The children mostly between the ages of four and eight, including three teenagers, three Malams and two drivers were intercepted last Thursday night by men of sector 2 attached to Operation Safe Haven stationed opposite University of Jos.

The Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Tyopev Mathias Terna, who confirmed the incident said that the minors were being moved from Bauchi and Jigawa States to the two States for

MMIA Scanning Machine detected five wraps of cocaine I inserted in my anus - Suspect

Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have arrested an importer of electronics on his way to Hong Kong for ingesting cocaine.
Another suspect who lives in Athens, Greece was also apprehended in connection with unlawful possession of wraps of substances that tested positive for cocaine. The arrests were made at the Murtalla Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos during screening of passengers on an Ethiopian Airline flight to Hong Kong and Egypt Airline flight to Athens.

Preliminary investigation suggests that the suspects had targeted the Christmas holiday to smuggle cocaine out of the country but drug law enforcement officials at the Lagos airport were able to uncover their plan. The total weight of cocaine seized from the suspects is 1.150kgs.

Sunday, 8 January 2017

Photos: Gambia's first lady breaks silence, expresses love and support for President Yahya Jammeh

Gambia’s First lady, Zineb Jammeh, has expressed firm love and support and love for her husband, President Jammeh.  In an interview with the Daily Observer, the first lady described President Yahya Jammeh as a very devoted leader who is able to ensure peace and stability in a country.
"It is never perfect, but it is very important to acknowledge the positive. It is important to say what is negative but never forget to acknowledge what is positive as well," she stated.
Zineb Jammeh said this while on her traditional visit to Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital (EFSTH) in the capital of Gambia, Banjul to meet the new born babies of 2017 to present them with her gifts for her foundation Operation Save the Children Foundation (OSCF).
 This is her first interview since President Jammeh refused to step down after he lost the December 1 election to Adama Barrow.
Jammeh initially accepted the results of the election but on December 9, he reversed his position and said he would challenge in the country's Supreme Court as the poll was riddled with irregularities.

Saturday, 7 January 2017

Photos: Buhari reacts to Southern Kaduna killings, orders 'strong actions'

After weeks of silence, President Muhammadu Buhari has given instructions for decisive measures aimed at bringing an end to the recurring acts of violence and destruction in the Southern part of Kaduna State. The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) had earlier condemned the President's silence "over the ongoing genocide in Kaduna'.

The General Secretary of CAN, Dr. Musa Asaka, said Buhari's silence in the last few weeks "speaks volume over perceived official endorsement of the dastardly and ungodly acts."
A statement issued on Thursday, by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu said:

Breaking: Nigerian drug dealer shot dead by Indonesian police

Indonesian authorities nabbed a Nigerian man, Tanzanian woman and shot dead another man from Nigeria who were reportedly members of a Malaysian-based drug ring as they tried to smuggle marijuana and crystal methamphetamine into Indonesia, an official said on Friday, January 6.

Customs officials at Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta International Airport had arrested the Tanzanian woman, whose name has not been unannounced as she arrived from Kuala Lumpur in the early hours of Wednesday, January 4th

Photos: Imo State pensioners protest non payment up to 77 months arrears

Pensioners in Imo State, led by the state Chairman, Chief Gideon Ezeji, took to the streets Thursday and blocked both Okigwe road and the entrance to Government House Owerri as they protested the non-payment of their pension.

According to Ezeji; “As at December 2016, the state is owing Imo pensioners between 22 months and 77 months arrears. Our gratuities have remained unpaid since 1998 till date.”

Hopeless and hungry mothers in Lake Chad resort to prostitution to feed their children - Red Cross

Due to the insurgency by Boko Haram terrorists that have driven millions from their communities, women in Lake Chad are forced into prostitution to survive, The International Committee of the Red Coss (ICRC) said on Thursday.

The violence has displaced more than 2.4 million people across the swamplands of Lake Chad, where the borders of Chad, Cameroon, Niger and Nigeria meet, and disrupted the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of others, ICRC says. Up to a million people have been cut off from humanitarian aid by Boko Haram despite a regional military offensive against the Islamist militants, according to the United Nations.

Sunday, 1 January 2017

Happy New Year to all of you

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