Luxury Rental Benelux, a car rental company based in Germany claims a Lamborghini car was stolen from Switzerland and its currently touring the expressways in Africa.

The car rental company posted on Instagram via its handle, luxuryrentalbenelux, that the car was rented in June in Zurich, Switzerland.

Again: A truck loaded with 4500 Petrol Fuel Fell At Otedola Bridge but no Fire

Earlier today, a truck fully loaded with 45000 litres Petrol fell at the Otedola bridge. All  emergency responders have been activated. Transloading of content is on going to prevent truck from exploding. Truck will be  recovered  from the road to ensure free flow of traffic.

LASEMA Recovers Truck in Lone Accident at Costain

A truck with unknown registration number conveying two 20ft containers fell sideways at Costain area of Lagos, inward Ijora today during the down pour.

The lone accident was attributed to tyres of the truck getting stuck in a pot hole covered with water in a failed portion of the road which was not visible, as a result of the flooded road resulting from the rain.

Social Activist Emeka Ugwuonye Drags Police To NASS over fabricated Murder Charges

A  Lawyer, Emeka Ugwuonye has dragged the Nigerian Police to the National Assembly over  murder and armed robbery charges preferred against him.

He has been detained at the Kuje Medium Prison for over eleven months.

Emeka in petition written through Due Process Advocate International,  dated October 9, and signed by Kelvin Asekome, said the police charged him with armed robbery and murder because he was on the verge of exposing a N5 billion (annual revenue) of illegal prison racketeering and other illegal operations allegedly by some police officers in Abuja.

Ondo closes schools in flood- prone areas for three weeks

Meanwhile, Ondo state Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, has directed public Primary and Secondary Schools submerged in the flood- prone areas to proceed on a three weeks holiday beginning from Monday, October 14, 2019 .

Ondo flood wreaks havoc

Flood occasioned by days of torrential rainfall is ravaging many communities in Ondo state.

Some of the affected community ravaged by flood are Akungba, Ilaje, Ese-odo.

Worst hit by flood are communities in the riverine

Houses, schools and churches have been flooded for days.

Many people have been rendered homeless  while roads are no longer accessible.



Chikaodinaka Nwankpa, a professor of Nigerian origin, has resigned after it was discovered that he spent $242,390 research funds in strip clubs and iTunes purchases.

According to a statement released by the eastern district of Pennsylvania attorney’s office, Nwankpa repaid $53,328 and resigned in place of termination after he was discovered.

The professor was also said to have paid for goods and services offered by Cheerleaders, Club Risque, and Tacony Club.



Ejike Anyaduba

That Anambra state is safe today is not in doubt. That she wants to remain so and avoid complacency that encourages relapse is understandable.

But it is well to remember that she once copped an image of a gangland, feared by everybody and avoided by visitors. And it wasn't until Operation Kpochapu, the 2nd phase of which is to be launched on Friday 11 October, 2019, to strengthen some loose ends, that she exited the crime zone.

Senate Afrirns Nomination of Adeleke Adewolu As NCC Commissioner.

The Nigerian Senate has confirmed the Nomination of Adeleke Adewolu as Executive Commissioner on the Governing Board of the Nigerian Communications Commission

This followed the presentation and consideration of a report by the Chairman of the Senate committee on Communications, Oluremi Tinubu.


House of Reps. Speaker Gbajabiama Threatens Employers on Employees Scheme

The Speaker of Nigeria's  House of Representatives has threatened to drag employers of labour who default in remitting the statutory contribution into the Employee Compensation Scheme to court.

Femi  Gbajabiamila issued the threat in Abuja, while declaring open an investigative hearing into alleged non-remittance of contributions into the Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund by the Federal, State and Local Governments parastatals, public corporations and companies from 2010 to date.

FG warns travellers against Bobrisky

The Federal Government has asked travellers and tourists to be careful wherever they notice the presence of Bobrisky, mostly as it affects sharing of public facilities, including toilets.

The report followed a report received by the Federal Government on how Idris Okuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, caused a stir at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja when he used a female toilet.


Breaking News Fire Guts Catholic Bishop office in Awka.

Office of the Catholic Bishop of Awka Diocese, Most Reverend Paulinus Ezeokafor on Saturday night has been gutted by fire.
It was gathered that  there was an electric spark when power was restored in the area which led to the fire outbreak.

Book Haram Insurgents Attack Babangida Community in Yobe

Suspected Boko haram fighters have attacked babangida community in Yobe state.
Eye witnesses say the insurgents invaded Babangida market and start shooting sporadically on air.
The number of casualties cannot be ascertain for now.

Ace Broadcaster Uncle Kunle Adesope Dies At 82

A titan has joined the saints...Uncle Kunle Olasope passed on today at 82! His was the first male face and voice on TV in Africa that eternally memorable day on October 31st, 1959 when WNTV was birthed by the western regional government of Chief Obafemi Awolowo.

Breaking: Gunmen Kidnap 6 Persons In Adamawa

At least six persons have been kidnapped by heavily armed bandits in Gurim village, Fufure Local Government Area of Adamawa state.


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