Day: June 2, 2019

Another Setback For Okorocha as AA Denies Uche Nwosu

Uche Nwosu, son-in-law to the out-gone Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state, and governorship candidate of the Action Alliance, AA, got the shock of his life when his party denied him on Friday, May 31, before the State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Owerri. He, thus, suffered a setback. It all started when two lawyers, Chief Okey Ehieze and Chief Adeniyi Akintola, SAN, battled for who should represent the Action Alliance, AA. While Akintola told the Tribunal that he was representing Uche Nwosu and the Action Alliance, Ehieze said he was “not a gate-crasher”. Said he: “From the...

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Kayan Mata sex enhancer is dangerous – Clerics

Clerics on Sunday warned youths against the use of trending sexual booster called “Kayan Mata”, saying that it has spiritual implications. Some of them who spoke with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja said that in spite of the fact that some couples believed it’s helping their marriages, it has future repercussions. Speaking on the effects of using such products, Reverend Joshua Aribisala of the Tabernacle of Glory Church, warned users that there’s always a price for using such products. “I have heard so much about this Kayan Mata, so many married women in my church have come...

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Bovi denies “Drake” contact after Joshua’s defeat

Nigerian comedian Bovi Ugboma popularly known as “Bovi” has denied having any link or taken a picture with Canadian rapper Drake following belief that any team or athlete he is pictured with ends up losing a big event. Bovi wrote on his official instagram page “oficialbovi”: “Never taking a picture with Drake! Never!!! He Dey use people pant! The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Bovi’s response followed reports that he took a picture with Drake, which to him could mean a career nosedive. Nigerian-British boxer Anthony Joshua emerged as the latest sports star to be a victim...

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4 vehicles, House razed, 1 dead in Edo State

A violent clash between members of an age-group and a vigilance group, has left in its trail, gun injuries, destruction of properties and razing of a building and four vehicles in Fugar, headquarters of Etsako Central Local Government Area of Edo State. ‎Trouble reportedly started on Saturday following the death of the ‘father’ of the age-group who was scheduled to be buried. It was learnt that by tradition, when the ‘father’ of an age-group dies, the group is required to perform certain rites and give the children of the deceased some items, including a goat. An eyewitness told our...

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