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Charly Boy Escapes Lynching In Abuja’s Wuse Market

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A popular musician, Charles Oputa, popularly called Charly Boy, who has been leading a campaign for the return or resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari, has been attacked.

Charly Boy was attacked in Wuse Market by angry protesters who are believed to be supporters of the president, witnesses told us

The musician and his fellow campaigners were last week attacked by security officials who dispersed them violently from the Unity fountain, also in Abuja.

“Charley Boy came to this market with some cameramen doing his protest here.

I was standing in front of my shop when I saw him running for his dear life, being chased by those youth,” a trader at the market said.

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Heart Breaking Story Of Nigerian Woman Allegedly Beaten To Death By Husband, Buried With Her Baby ( Viewer Discretion)

This is the heartbreaking story of a Nigerian woman Chinyere Sylvia Alaleme who  allegedly died after her husband  Obinna beat her to coma on the day she was to give birth.  Facebook user Ukan Kurugh who posted the story online with photos wrote; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE:THE UNTOLD STORY OF ENGR. CHINYERE SYLVIA AKALEME (NEE IGBO) The menace of Domestic violence in Nigeria and it’s implications on the families of the victims.

Late Engr Sylvia Unfortunately for Sylvia or Chinyere as she was fondly called by family and close friends, she did not live to tell her own story. She was cut down in her prime by the man she loved till death did them part Obinna Akaleme, her husband. She died on the day she was due to give birth after series of miscarriages in her husband’s house.  A brief biography of the victim Chinyere Sylvia Akaleme (nee Igbo) was born on 27 april 1981 into the family of Mr and Mrs Reginald Chiaka Igbo. The second child and 1st daughter of the family with six other siblings, Sylvia was raised in a middle-class Catholic family residing in Ajao estate, lagos where she had her nursery, primary and secondary education. She was a very bright pupil and her position in class never went below the top three.                  Continue reading

The Queen is reportedly planning to hand over power to Prince Charles when she turns 95

The 91-year-old Queen could pass her power on to her son when she turns 95.

Queen Elizabeth II — the oldest and longest-serving monarch at the age of 91 — could be planning to pass her power on to Prince Charles when she turns 95, according to The Mail on Sunday.

The newspaper reported that the Queen has told “her inner circle” that should she still be on the throne at the age of 95, she will ask for a “piece of legislation called the Regency Act to come into force — granting her eldest son full power to reign even while she still lives.”

This would effectively be a softer version of abdication, which the Queen has vowed never to do.

Buckingham Palace declined to comment on the report when contacted by Business Insider, and an inside source cast some doubt on the idea.          Continue reading

Taylor Swift vows to donate to sexual abuse victims after she WINS her assault case: Singer is awarded symbolic $1 in damages as jury finds Denver DJ DID grope her bare bottom

Pictured above is a photo of Shannon Melcher (left) and Mueller (right) with his hand behind Swift (center) at the Pepsi Center in June 2013

An eight-member jury has sided with Taylor Swift in her countersuit against a fired radio DJ in Denver who is now forced to pay the singer a symbolic $1 after groping her four years ago.

The pop singer accused former radio host David Mueller of groping her during a meet-and-greet photo session in June 2013 at the Pepsi Center.

After nearly four hours of deliberating, the jury, comprised of six women and two men, ruled in favor of Swift.

Mueller will be required to pay $1 in damages to the 27-year-old songstress.

The jury also found the singer’s mother, Andrea Swift, not liable for tortious interference.

After the verdict was announced, Swift hugged her attorneys and her, teary-eyed mother before mouthing the words ‘thank you’ to the jury. Mueller did not even glance at his attorneys and remained expressionless.           Continue reading

10 potent home remedies for falling asleep fast

A good night’s sleep is crucial to having a productive day. When sleep takes a flying leap, so does emotional stability, perspective, and stamina. Sometimes, the temptation is to grab something at the pharmacy to help you sleep.
In reality, there are a number of thing you can do to help yourself fall asleep quickly each night. Below are 10 things you can do at home that may help you fall asleep quickly and get a better night’s rest.

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Watch Edo state House of Assembly members exchange blows and kick themselves as they impeach their speaker


Yesterday, members of the Edo state House of Assembly impeached their speaker, Justin Okonoboh, on grounds of high handedness, illegal award of contracts and abuse of office. The impeachment process did not come easy as the lawmakers in support and against the former speaker exchanged some blows and kicked each other in the chambers. Watch the video below                                   Continue reading