Friday, September 27
Big queen, American R & B singer, Mary J Blige arrived Nigeria earlier on yesterday September 27th, ahead of the ‘Sisters with Soul‘ concert.
Mary who had the red carpet rolled out to welcome her at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos was all set to perform at the Divas' Concert which also held last night at the Eko Hotel, Lagos.
Will bring pictures from the event later.
This shocking picture shows a three-month-old baby Asree Gul with an extra head as she lies at a hospital in the Afghanistan city of Jalalabad.
Asree Gul's mother gave birth to twins, two girls, one girl was in good health but Asree Gul had an abnormality. She had an extra head attached to her head!
Asree Gul's second skull made it difficult for her to sleep, and led to her being stigmatised in their
A French mother who held her four-year-old son by the arms while he was raped by his stepfather in a prison visiting room has been sentenced to a maximum 20 years in jail.
According to reports, 25 years old Sabrina Bonner had blindfolded her child, made him kneel on a chair, then held her son's arms and watched as her 31 years old partner Lionel Barthelemy penetrated
|Late Drummer Lee Rigby's widow breaks down in court as her husband's killers plead not guilty to murdering him|
At a pre-trial hearing at the Old Bailey criminal court in central London via videolink on Friday, September 27, Michael Adebolajo from Romford in Essex and Michael Adebowale from Greenwich
Jane Hampson, 37, said she would usually enjoy one 125ml glass of red wine a week with a meal after reading a research which suggested it was medically acceptable.
But the Deutsche Bank worker, who is overdue with her first baby, was left dumbfounded after a barman at Pi bar, in Liverpool, told her: 'Sorry, I can't serve you.'
When she asked him why, the bartender said: 'I refuse to have serving alcohol to pregnant women on
Pictures: Rukky Sanda, Oge Okoye, Monalisa Chinda + More @ Rukky Sanda's 'Keeping My Man' Movie Premiere
Someone asked this question, guys, so I thought I share it here, let's hear what you think. I'm sure we have well grounded, sound bible students here.
Who committed the first act of disobedience and usurped the blissful paradise of peace of both heaven and earth? Was it Satan or Adam?
If it was Satan, common sense would have required God to shield the newly created earth, especially impressionable newborns like Adam and Eve, from the influences of Satan .
To have allowed that to happen would have been gross negligence of the highest form. Even more absurd is the fact that the impressionable newborns are thereafter punished for an event that should not have happened if the right measures had been taken.
Even more absurd is that the innocent offsprings of Adam and Eve are condemned for eternity for no sins of their own , but for the lapse in judgement of the first Babysitter.
God allowed Satan to roam free knowing fully well that naive couple like Adam and Eve would be susceptible to his charms, which begs the question: What was God's game plan? What's the point of telling Adam not to eat the forbidden fruit and yet allow the serpent to slunk about, unchecked?
Pandemonium broke out yesterday at Iyana Adeoyo, Ring Road area of Ibadan when an unidentified man in his thirties, attempted suicide by jumping in front of oncoming vehicle, after officers of the Oyo State commercial vehicle registration unit impounded his bike because his papers were fake.
According to eyewitnesses, the man kept on pleading, trying to explain to the officers that he didn't know his papers were fake. Unfortunately, his pleas fell on deaf ears.
That was when the man went into a frenzy, ran towards an oncoming trailer and flung himself in front of the vehicle. Onlookers jumped at him, rescued him. Before they turned again, the man threw himself under an SUV, he was pulled out again.
He then reportedly went into shock, started foaming in the mouth. Some policemen arrived and carried him to a nearby hospital.
The disgruntled passengers practically held passengers on other planes at the airport hostages as they blocked the runway of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, preventing planes from taking-off or landing.
According to reports, the angry passengers' flight that had the Cross River State Governor, Liyel