Fuel Scarcity: MTN To Shutdown

Nigeria’s leading mobile operator MTN, has stated that it may shut down its services within the next 24 hours due to the unavailability of diesel to power its power base stations. Making this known via its Twitter handle, @MTNNG, the company hinted that the current diesel scarcity in most parts of Nigeria is hampering its ability to run its base stations effectively. READ ALSO: Okonjo-Iweala Slams ‘Fraudulent’ Marketers, Osinbajo According to Akinwale Goodluck, the company’s corporate services executive, MTN’s reserves of diesel is running low and if the company is unable to receive additional supply of the product within the next 24…

Military Wipes Out Boko Haram From Sambisa Forest

The Nigerian troops fighting terrorists in the north-east have inflicted another crushing defeat on Boko Haram militants at the Sambisa Forest, in a major offensive against insurgency. Military authorities said ground troops and fighter pilots on Sunday, killed a large number of the terrorists in an operation described as ‘merciless’. Thousands of people have been killed and millions displaced by the militant group in the last six years, which at its height, saw the terrorists control some towns in Nigeria’s North-east region. Meanwhile, the troops overran 10 camps used by the Islamist terrorists in the Sambisa Forest on Saturday, prior to the…

My Ex-Husband Affected My Career Badly – Tope Osoba

Popular Nollywood actress Tope Osoba is no doubt a popular name when the Yoruba genre of the Nigerian movie industry is talked about.  The Abeokuta born actress joined the movie industry about a decade ago after featuring in star actress, Laide Bakare’s blockbuster movie titled “Ijo ya”. Tope in a new interview with PlaygroundsTV has revealed how she suffered  and got abused by her former husband and how he affected her career negatively. She also talked about her debut movie titled “Single Ladies” and the flick premiered at Time Square Events Center, Ikeja, Lagos on Sunday 17th May 2015. Read excerpts from the interview…

‘My wives know I’m a criminal’

A 27-year-old suspected kidnapper, Rasheed Adetunji, who was paraded alongside other suspects, has confessed that his two wives knew he was a criminal and not a kidnapper. He also revealed that he used part of the ransom money collected from victims to get married to them. According to the Osun State-born Adetunji, his love for women is responsible for his having two wives at his age and had hoped to marry more before he was arrested. He told Vanguard that one of his wives had a premonition of his current travails and warned him to stay away from members of his gang.…

STORY OF A WIDOW THAT CLAIMED THAT SHE STILL LIVING WITH HER DEAD HUSBAND

Shocking confession of widow who has been having sex with dead husband for 4 yrs Widow who has been having sex with dead husband for 4 yrs – A 30-year-old woman identified only as Marie has narrated how her late husband who died four years earlier has been having sex with her. In a chilly narration, Marie who hails from from Bulawyo, Zimbabwe, explained that her husband died when she was 26 years old but has refused to let her go following his constant demand for sex from her physically. In a chilly narration, Marie who hails from from Bulawyo, Zimbabwe, explained that her…

Rescued Victims Say Boko Haram Is In Trouble

Women rescued from Boko Haram in the Samisa Forest have said that the insurgents are experiencing a serious shortage of arms and fuel, which is causing tension between the sect militants and commanders. The news emerged on May 4, Monday, after the rescued women had been interviewed, Vanguard reports. Nearly 700 women have been freed over the past week by the Nigerian army. The victims disclosed that the terrorists had been complaining to their captives about lack of weapons and ammunition. Many fighters had to carry sticks and some of the vehicles had no gasoline. Aisha Abbas, aged 45, told how the insurgents…

Buhari Hails Nigerians, Congratulates Jonathan

In a televised speech Wednesday, after the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Attahiru Jega, officially declared him the winner of Saturday’s presidential election, Mr. Buhari said “In a more profound way, it is you, Nigerians that have won. The people have shown their love for our nation and their belief in democracy”. Mr. Buhari said Nigerians have made history, and that it was the resolve of Nigerians that made the change they were yearning for possible. “The good people of Nigeria, answered the call of history. When the account of this fine moment is written, it will be said…