South African Police Officers Stage Protest Against Nigerians (Photos)



A 25-year-old Nigerian man identified as Ibrahim O. Badmus was allegedly killed by South African police officers at his home on October 10th. According to reports, South African policemen raided his home at Vanderbijlpark triangle on suspicion that he sells hard drugs. They handcuffed him and used excessive pepper spray on him. He passed out and died due to suffocation.

Nigerians stormed the police station in protest. They called for an investigation into the matter.

Yesterday, the South African police officers staged their own protest, accusing Nigerians residing in the council of intimidation and false accusation. See photos from their protest below...





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Ukrainian Heiress Jumps A Red Light & Kills 6 People With Her Car, Forcing Her Armed Guards To Protect Her From Angry Crowds



A 20-year-old Ukranian heiress jumped a red light then rammed into a crowd, killing six and causing injury to some others. 

There was carnage on the streets of Kharkiv, in Ukraine, after Alyona Zaitseva's Lexus mowed down people waiting on the pavement at a pedestrian crossing before flipping on its side. An onlooker who was caring for the injured said it was so bad, it was like a war zone. A 15-year-old schoolgirl was among those killed.

Alyona, the daughter of local energy company multi-millionaire Vasily Zaitsev, was uninjured in the crash. The crowd was so furious after the crash that Alyona's armed bodyguards had to immediately drive up in two jeeps to protect her from them. The glamorous heiress was detained initially for three days following the crash. Police said she was found not to have been drinking before the crash. If convicted, she faces up to ten years in jail.


Local bloggers expressed fears that because of her powerful father she will go free despite claims that she sped through the red light. 

A shocking video of the aftermath of the crash showed bodies strewn on the pavement. Among the seriously wounded is a woman who is seven months pregnant, described as being in a grave condition in hospital.

Carnage as Ukrainian heiress, 20, jumps a red light and kills six people when her car smashes into pedestrians, forcing her armed guards to protect her from angry crowds.




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Erecting A Statue For Jacob Zuma Shows How Little President Buhari Means To Okorocha - Daniel Wilson Says



Daniel Wilson believes it is an insult on President Buhari for Imo state governor, Rochas Okorocha, to erect a statue of Jacob Zuma when he has not erected that of his own president. According to him, it shows how little president Buhari meant to Governor Okorocha. Read his opinion which he shared on his social media page below...

MY PEOPLE MY PEOPLE! 
MY STATUE MY STATUE!

CAN ANY OF YOU IMAGINE A GOVERNOR OF ONE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ERECTING A STATUE OF THE RUSSIAN PRESIDENT IN HIS STATE WITHOUT ERECTING ANY FOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE USA? WELL! THAT WILL BE CONSIDERED TREASON IN ALL RAMIFICATIONS YET ROCHAS IS NOT ONLY ROAMING FREE BUT STILL A GOVERNOR? CHAI I DON DIE! 
THIS IF YOU ASK ME IS TOO MUCH INSULT EVEN FOR PRESIDENT BUHARI, I MEAN, HOW CAN PRESIDENT BUHARI CONDONE SUCH INSULT FROM THE GOVERNOR OF A STATE THAT GAVE HIM 5%? IS IT BY JUJU?
I ALWAYS KNEW THIS ROCHAS OKOROCHA WILL SHOW OUR PRESIDENT BUHARI HOW LITTLE HE MEANS TO HIM SINCE HE STARTED PUTING OUT BILLBOARDS OF HIS HANDSHAKE WITH OBAMA. AS IF THAT IS NOT ENOUGH, NOW HE ERECTED A STATUE, NAMED A STREET AND GAVE THE HIGHEST CHIEFTAINCY IN HIS LAND TO COMMON JACOB ZUMA FOR WHERE BUHARI DEY.. MY GOD WHAT A SLAP IN THE FACE OF OUR PRESIDENT!!!
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Comedian, AY Shares Throwback Photo Of His Wife, Mabel



Comedian, AY shared this throwback photo of his wife, Mabel beside a recent photo and captioned it; "it is a throwback something with different shades of @midas_interiors #drybonesshallriseagain"


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Five Children Rescued From Drug Den In South Africa (Photos)



Five young children were removed from the care of their drug addict parents at a drug den in Eldorado Park southern Johannesburg, following a visit to the family home by South African Police Service officers.


The police and social workers were called to a house last Friday where the children between the ages of one month and nine years old were subjected to appalling living conditions including witnessing how their parents used drugs in front of them.


A family member, who wants to remain anonymous, has told Eyewitness News that she reported the matter to a social worker.

She says she doesn’t regret making the phone call, as she still hopes her brother and sister-in-law will receive urgent help to stop their drug addiction.


“It’s not right, that’s why we went to complain, we wanted actual help.”
The woman says that the children’s grandmother in an adjacent house had to look after the children when their parents were doing drugs.

“We as a family always go there to help my mother with food and stuff because they don’t get grants for them.”
Mbangwa of the Gauteng Social Development Department says a team met with community members on Tuesday.

“Three of them have been reunited with their families. The other two because their parents seem to have had drug problems, social workers are still ascertaining. They are kept in a place of safety to ascertain the next plan of action.”






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FG Arraigns Senator Isah Misau In Court On Charges Of Injurious Falsehood Against The Inspector General Of Police



Today, Senator Isah Misau representing Bauchi Central senatorial district was arraigned before the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in Maitama, Abuja.

He was arraigned on charges of injurious falsehood against the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr Ibrahim Idris; a former IGP and Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Mr Mike Okiro; and the Nigeria Police Force.  

The Federal Government charged the senator with five counts bordering on dissemination of falsehood and against Mr Idris, the Police Service Commission, and the police between August and October 2017.  

Misau, however, pleaded not guilty to all the charges.  His counsel, Godwin Obla, further moved an oral application for his bail on the ground that Section 393(1) of the Penal Code under which he was charged carried a maximum of two years punishment upon conviction.  

Obla added that Section 163 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act expressly provided for the bail of the defendant.  Director of Public Prosecution of the Federation, Mr Hadj Sales, objected to the oral application and argued that such bail application must be in writing.

Justice Bello, in his ruling, said although Obla applied for bail in self-recognisance for the defendant being a serving senator, the court was inclined to grant the application but with a bail bond of five million naira and two sureties.  He then fixed November 28 and 29 for trial.

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Frank Ocean Wins $14.5 Million Libel Suit Against Him By His Estranged Father



Frank Ocean has won the libel lawsuit filed against him by his father, Calvin Cooksey, for calling him a bigot.

According to TMZ, the singer’s dad, Calvin Cooksey, sued him for $14.5 million in damages, claiming Frank defamed him with a social media post recalling a story from his childhood.

Frank said his pop had called a transgender waitress “a f****t,’ but judge heard the case in L.A. Tuesday, and ruled in favor of Frank, saying Cooksey failed to prove his son had defamed him at all.

Frank’s attorney told TMZ, “It was a sad case, but we are glad that it ended in Frank’s favor and that it is over.”
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