He admitted he ejaculated during the act but withdrew his manhood and should not be held liable for any wrongdoing.
A Ghanaian man has made a startling confession while on a live radio program after his wife accused him of defilling his step-daughter. The man, who denied defilling his step-daughter said he never penetrated the girl but merely brushed the entrance or ‘tip’ of her private part.
The accused stated this while appearing on Kumasi-based radio Nhyira FM after he was dragged to the station by his wife who leveled the allegation against him. He admitted he ejaculated during the act but withdrew his manhood and should not be held liable for any wrongdoing.
“When I discovered who he really was, I contacted his family and because of this, he got mad at me and put up my vital information on the internet, calling me a rapist”.
An American woman, Ann (other names withheld), has accused her estranged husband, Mr. Obinna Ezenwa (Egbueriaku), a former President of Students Union Government, SUG, of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, FUTO, in 2015, and others of defrauding her of about $50,000 (about N20 million in today’s exchange rate).
According to Vanguard, others mentioned in the alleged romance scam included Vivian Ezechukwu Ginika, who would later marry Ezenwa, and Collins Anthony Obiegbule.
FG to seek review of $35k business registration fee for Nigerians in Egypt.
Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has disclosed that the federal government will look into the possibility of seeking a review of the $35,000 fee requested by Egypt from foreigners to operate a business enterprise in the country. This was disclosed by the information minister during a recent meeting with the Nigerian community in Cairo, Egypt’s capital.
There are different fees for registering various categories of businesses in Egypt, including a limited liability company (LLC) nominee option said to cost $34,350. The LLC alternative is said to be the most common in Egypt and can be 100% foreign owned”.
Black Cinderella, a Kenya OAP has called out Zazoo Zeh crooner Portable over a video footage which shows the moment a kenyan lady was rejected after she reportedly tried to strike a business deal with the singer. The ‘Zazuu’ singer has been in Kenya for a music tour while showcasing his craft.
Taking to her Instastory, Black Cinderella lamented over Portable’s song, adding that what he does to Kenyan girls is rubbish. She also noted that the recent video he posted is an insult to Kenyan girls.
JAMB spokesperson sues broadcaster for defamation, demand N6bn.
The Head, Media and Public Relations at Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB), Dr Fabian Benjamin, has dragged Mr Ahmed Isah of Human Rights Radio (2nd defendant) to court over injurious broadcast, false allegations and innuendos which amounted to defamation of the claimant’s character. The JAMB spokesperson, Dr Benjamin is claiming N6 billion as compensation for general damages.
Queen, Saga react as Mummy GO reveals the dark mystery behind BBNaija.
The organisers of BBNaija try to make people believe that they can see what everyone does because of cameras whereas in reality, it is the Devil watching.
Big Brother Naija Stars, Saga Adeolu and Queen Mercy Atang have reacted to a viral video of controversial Evangelist Funmilayo Adebayo a.k.a Mummy G.O revealing the identity behind Big Brother. Recall that Mummy GO stated during a recent sermon that the voice behind Big Brother is Lucifer.
A 70-year-old elder in the church pleaded with them to leave him.
Pastor of a Celestial Church of Christ, Adewunmi Awotidoye, has been hospitalised after armed thugs invaded the church in the Jakande area of Lagos State. The thugs, who were armed with guns and machetes, were said to have stormed the church on motorcycles during a service, beat up the cleric and also cut him with a machete.
‘Five years ago, my life changed. Thanks to love, my life is now a dream. Nothing in life has come easy. I know what it is to have nothing and to have everything,’ she said.
Georgina Rodriguez’s new Netflix series, I Am Georgina, premiered on Thursday and tells the tale of how she met her football megastar boyfriend, Cristiano Ronaldo. The pair relate their distinct experiences of their first encounter at Gucci in Madrid, where Georgina worked as a saleswoman, in the episode titled The Day That Changed My Life.
Cristiano had stopped by with his eldest son Junior for a shopping spree.
It was a Thursday in summer, Georgina recalled.
She says the meeting was fortuitous. She ought to have closed at 5pm, but a colleague called and asked her to wait another 30 minutes for a female client coming to pick coats at their Gucci store.
Highlighting why transformational leadership is critical to national life, the Vice President noted that it would spur positive changes across all sectors and spheres of society.
Nigeria’s vice president, Yemi Osinbajo has disclosed that the pursuit of the common good requires a collective condemnation and exposure of corruption and corrupt practices, which he termed cancer to the country.
Osinbajo also stated that only leaders inspired by a higher purpose other than their profit could bring about national transformation.
This was stated on Friday by Osinbajo at the 1st Annual General Assembly of Catholics in Politics and Catholic Business Leaders themed ‘The Advancement of the Common Good towards Justice, Unity, Structure and Development of Nigeria’ in Abuja.
Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President on Media and Publicity, Laolu Akande, disclosed this in a statement he signed late Friday titled ‘Only leaders inspired by higher purpose, not personal profit, can bring about national transformation-Osinbajo.’
The Vice President who described corruption as a “cancer” noted that “the cancer in governments anywhere is corruption. When public officials, be they high or low in the executive, legislature or judiciary, are toll gates for the extortion of the populace while seeking government dispensations, the common good, happy and prosperous lives for the people is impossible.”
He added that the pursuit of the common good must “involve a relentless pursuit of integrity and transparency of public officers, we must think through the systems that will reduce human discretion in public-facing institutions. So we must, as a collective, condemn and call out corruption and corrupt practises.”
Osinbajo also encouraged Nigerians not to despair, despite some of the challenges, but to have hope and belief in the promise of a great nation while urging that Nigerians must be willing to pay the price to achieve national greatness by actively pursuing the common good of all, regardless of tribal and religious differences.
He also posited that transformational leadership, particularly in a multi-ethnic and multi-faceted country like Nigeria, is needed across all levels of government and spheres of society. Its primary focus is the pursuit of the common good to ensure fairness, justice, unity and development in a nation. Highlighting why transformational leadership is critical to national life, the Vice President noted that it would spur positive changes across all sectors and spheres of society. He added that as a leadership model, transformational leadership operates by serving and uplifting others because it is servant leadership.
“The purpose of power is service, not domination; it is to uplift and empower others rather than to control or oppress. This is a model of leadership that is inseparable from our conception of the common good.
“Transformational leadership is, therefore, the pursuit of the common good. But the pursuit of the common good itself is not as easy as it sounds. This is especially so where the wounds and enmities of ethnic and religious conflicts are deep.
“The common type of leadership will seek the path of relevance and popularity within their own ethnic or religious camps by seeking only the good of their own. The servant-leader will serve his people by emphasising the letter and spirit of the gospel, that even our worst enemies were still made in the image of God. And the pursuit of the common good is the pursuit of the good of those who hate us and have hurt us even in the recent past,” he said.
Osinbajo affirmed that, contrary to opinion in some quarters, the country will not fall because it is being built and needs yet many more people to commit to building the sort of nation that Nigerians want.
“The throes and pangs of birth must not be interpreted as the pains of impending death. We are by the grace of God, more than able to overcome our present difficulties, and we will overcome them,” he added.
In attendance were the Governor of Plateau State, Simon Lalong; Deputy Governors of Osun State, Gboyega Alabi; Akwa Ibom State, Moses Ekpo; Edo State, Philip Shaibu; Prof. Nora Daduut; and Catholic Archbishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Kukah, who was represented by Raymond Aina.