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29 April 2016

Tiwa Savage finally addresses Tee Billz's accusations, admits marriage has been over for a while (must watch video)

In an exclusive interview with Thisday journalist, Azuka Ogujuiba and obtained by Pulse.ng following her husband's accusations yesterday, the singer said she's never cheated on him. She confirmed that he was found on Lekki-Ikoyi toll bridge yesterday, and said they've been separated for two months. She also said she knew the marriage wasn't going to work. She said she found out she was pregnant again while in Jamaica but had a miscarriage and later found out her husband was cheating. She said Teebillz has never spent a dime on their child and she was the one taking care of their family. She also accused him of allegedly stealing from her and taking cocaine in their home. She said their marriage is over and what he did on social media was Godsent...that it made it easier for her to finally walk away. She said a whole lot more.

Just In: Oba of Benin, Oba Erediauwa dies at the age of 93

The 38th Oba of Benin, His Royal Majesty Omo n'Oba n'Edo Uku Akpolokpolo Erediauwa I, is dead. He died on Friday afternoon at the ripe old age of 93. His death was announced few minutes ago by the Iyase of Benin Kingdom, Chief Sam Igbe. The late monarch had been battling an unknown illness since last year. He succeeded his father, Oba Akenzua on 23 March 1979 and actively ruled till last year when he fell ill. May his soul RIP. 

Photos: Army arrests tailors who make clothes for Boko Haram members


The troops of 3 Battalion, 22 Brigade have arrested Bukar Gujja and Bukar Kahalifa, two tailors who makes clothes for Boko Haram terrorists. The troops arrested them alongside 4 other members of the terrorist group during an operation in Kala Balge yesterday April 28th.

The gallant troops tracked and arrested the 6 terrorists kingpins who sneaked into Kala Balge as a result of the onslaught of our heroic troops on the terrorists in Sambisa.

National Assembly Staff Stabbed To Death By A Motorcyclist (Photos)

A staff of the National Assembly Abuja, identified as Suleiman Bello, who was driving a Toyota Camry and later got into a heated argument with a motorcyclist also known as Okada at Bhyanzin junction of the federal capital, has met his tragic death last night after he was repeatedly stabbed by unknown motorcyclists in Abuja.

RMD shares 12 fake accounts impersonating him on Facebook

The iconic actor shared the screen grab above and wrote; 
"I am aware that a lot of fraudsters have Facebook accounts set up with my name and image(s) and pretend to be me. I have on several occasions publicly stated that I Am Not On Facebook! I had an account I stopped operating in 2010. Please unfriend these fraudsters and help me bring down these fake profiles and accounts.

"Tiwa Savage and Tee Billz's marriage fell apart last year, he moved out two weeks ago"

 Following yesterday’s dramatic suicide attempt by Tunji “Tee Billz” Balogun, more details are emerging about his troubled marriage to Tiwa Savage, which according to Encomium broke down last year.

Encomium reports speaking to sources close to the couple who claim that, two weeks ago Tee Billz moved out off the Lekki Phase 1 home they both share with their 9 month old son, Jamil.

North Korea has sentenced a US man to 10 years of hard labour for spying.

North Korea has sentenced a US citizen named Kim Dong-chul to 10 years of hard labour in Prison for spying. 62 year old - Kim Dong-chul who was born in South Korea but is a naturalised US citizen, was arrested in October 2015.

In what was seen as a forced public confession which is common by foreign prisoners in North Korea, Kim had appeared in front of reporters last month making a confession, saying he was introduced to South Korean spies by US intelligence officers and was paid by South Korea to conduct espionage.

North Korea alleges that Kim had a USB stick containing military and nuclear secrets on him and have sentenced him to 10 years of hard labour

Cattle herdsmen as the new Boko Haram? By Reuben Abati


“No matter how far the town, there is another beyond it” – Fulani Proverb

There has been so much emotionalism developing around the subject of the recent clashes between nomadic pastoralists and farmers, and the seeming emergence of the former as the new Boko 

Haram, forbidding not Western education this time, but the right of other Nigerians to live in peace and dignity, and to have control over their own geographical territory. From Benue, to the Plateau, Nasarawa, to the South West, the Delta, and the Eastern parts of the country, there have been very disturbing reports of nomadic pastoralists killing at will, raping women, and sacking communities, and escaping with their impunity, unchecked, as the security agencies either look the other way or prove incapable of enforcing the law. The outrage South of the Sahel is understandable. It is argued, rightly or wrongly, that the nomadic pastoralist has been overtaken by a certain sense of unbridled arrogance arising from that notorious na-my-brother-dey-power mentality and the assumption that “the Fulani cattle” must drink water, by all means, from the Atlantic ocean.

28 April 2016

Family member gives the newest update on Tiwa Savage and Tunji Balogun marital drama

A very close source who spoke to Bellanaija has revealed that Tee Billz is “safe and with loved ones”. 

When asked if Tee Billz’ Instagram account was hacked, the source confirmed that the Instagram messages were posted by Tee Billz though he is being advised to say it was a hack.
On whether this is a publicity stunt of some sort – “definitely not” was the answer given.

Former Cameroon airlines boss jailed for life for $56m graft

A court in Cameroon has jailed for life the former head of the defunct national carrier Camair, Yves Michel Fotso, on conviction of embezzling almost US$56 million. Fotso, already sentenced to 25 years behind bars in a separate graft case, “took the rap for life”, said a source close to the Special Criminal Tribunal.

The judges “found Mr Fotso guilty of embezzling 32.4 billion CFA francs” (US$55.7 million) when he was chief executive of the airline – full name then was Cameroon Airlines – from 2000 to 2003.
Fotso created three front companies to rent aircraft to the airline when the planes had already been purchased outright with public funds, the source explained.

Designed by Jide Ogunsanya.