28 October 2014

Woman Delivers Baby Boy After Carrying Pregnancy For 5 Yrs

An Abuja-based woman, Mrs Adenike Kolawole, (pictured left) who was barren for 27 years, has reportedly given birth to a baby boy after carrying a 5-year pregnancy. How possible?
According to PM News, Mrs Adenike gave birth on Sunday October 26th at Evangelical Church of Cherubim and Seraphim located at Pipeline Road, Mafon area, Ejigbo, Lagos during the church’s Sunday service.


Narrating her story to PM news, Mrs Kolawole said she suffered miscarriage in the early period of her marriage and afterwards found it difficult to conceive again. She said she had sought medical help both spiritual and orthodox but none provided any remedy. She said she finally took in five years ago but even in her pregnant state, she was still having her menstrual cycle. She said all through the years she was pregnant with her baby boy, herself and her husband (pictured above) suffered rejection from family and friends 
“I was rejected by my relations, my husband’s family who did not give me the chance of bearing a child. My only consolation was my faith in God,” she said
She said on the day she gave birth to her son, she was in church for their Sunday service when she noticed her water broke and within minutes, her baby was out. 
Her excited husband, Kayode said he did not believe his wife was pregnant all these years because he had waited in vain. He said he was grateful to God for what he had done and thanked the well wishers for their support

24 October 2014

Dallas Nurse, Nina Pham Declared Free of Ebola and Released From Hospital

The Dallas nurse being treated for Ebola at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda, Md., is free of the virus and was discharged on Friday, the NIH says.

Pham will now be headed back to North Texas from Maryland where she had been receiving treatment at the National Institutes of Health facility in Bethesda.
Before she comes home, Pham met with President Obama in the Oval Office, where she received a hearty hug.


Photo: Baby born in Ibadan clutching holy Qur’an

The baby, who has since been named Ismail, was born in a church at the Oniyanrin area of Ibadan in September, the report from Nigerian Tribune
The preacher testified that he was one of the earliest callers at the Owode/Academy, Ibadan residence of the parents of the baby to witness one of God’s wonders.He said the mother, Jelilah, gave birth in a church at Oniyanrin area of the city, where the baby was seen clutching a strange object in his left hand.
“The woman, who took the delivery, thought it was one of the devilish drugs used by the mother to terminate the pregnancy, hence she threw it in the dustbin,” he explained.
 Amoo said that the said object, which later turned out to be a pocket-size Qur’an, was wrapped in a thread.
He said that with the forceful removal of the object from its hand, the baby became restless and continued to clutch an empty fist.
“Following his restlessness, a local cleric advised them to go and bring what they took from the baby which later turned out to be a copy of the mini Qur’an.”
“They were all afraid to touch it until I got there and I had to remove the remaining thread on the object and to my surprise, it was a beautifully- designed pocket-size complete noble Qur’an,” Amoo Said.

23 October 2014

Sammy Okposo And Wife Ozioma All Loved Up

Recently, Sammie Okposo revealed that he had found peace after marrying his wife .He said he met his wife when he got tired of the many fruitless relationships he had with women in entertainment, and decided to look outside. Looks like he found a good thing indeed. The gospel singer shared these photos of himself and wife, Ozioma Mkparu, on a night out.

He captioned the one below;


"it's so good loving somebody when that somebody loves you back....i love you my queen my wife my friend my chic my 1st lady my paddy my no 1 fan my gossip partner lol" 

20-year-old graduate receives N1million, employment offer from Gov. Fayose


Oluwatosin Ogunbusola, 20, was the cynosure at the second convocation ceremony of Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD) on Tuesday as she emerged the Best Graduating Student of the 334 students at the 2014 convocation of the institution.


The Economics graduate led the pack of 46 other First Class graduates; 158 Second Class (Upper Division), 115 Second Class (Lower Division) and 14 Third Class graduates.


On the occasion, a former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon (retd); a former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos and currently the Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University, Ndifu Alike in Ebonyi State, Professor Oye Ibidapo-Obe; the Vice Chairman of Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, Mr. Heinz Stockhausen, and a United Kingdom-based specialist in General Medicine and Neurology, Dr Ann Coxon, were honoured with honorary doctoral degrees.



Ogunbusola, told Tribune Education on the occasion that she “sacrificed social life, sleep time, gist time” to achieve the feat, thanking Governor Ayò Fayose, who gave her N1million as gift as well as an offer of employment, saying “I’m extremely grateful and short of words.”

Graphic pics: Man cut into pieces at railway crossing line in Ibadan

This horrific scene happened around 5.30pm yesterday  at the railway crossing area in Bodija Ojurin in Ibadan. A man was found dead cut in two on the railway tracks. No one saw what happened, but they suspect he was crushed by a train. Please be warned the pics are really graphic.

Policeman Assaults 25-Year Old Banker For Urinating Beside bank in Ogun State

There was confusion on the premises of Stanbic IBTC in the Ifo area of Ogun State after a banker, Mr. Ogidan Bolaji, was hit with the butt of a gun by a police officer identified as Kayode Ojo, leaving the 25-year-old victim with a deep cut on his face.

The matter, which was said to have been reported at the Sango Police Station, was however, said to have been dismissed by the police authorities.


Bolaji, an indigene of Ewekoro area of the state, said he wanted justice in the matter.

He said he had alighted from his car to make withdrawal from the bank’s ATM when he decided to ease himself.

He said, “I was coming from Ifo with a neighbour. But, on our way, I discovered I was cash-strapped, and needed to make a withdrawal. So, we stopped by at Alisaba, in Ado Odo Ota where the bank is located.

“We parked outside their premises and on getting to the ATM, the security guard said there was no network.

22 October 2014

Newly Married Wife Chops Hubby's Manhood

A newly married woman has cut off the genitals of her husband with a blade when he was asleep inside their house in Giridipalli village under Odagan block of Nayapalli district in Odisha, liveleak.com reports.

Police said, the young couple had quarrelled at night, and at around 2 am the wife "Bobbitted" her husband's genitals with a blade.

As the man screamed in pain and began bleeding profusely, he was rushed to the local government hospital in Nayagarh, where he was given treatment. The man has given his statement to the police, who are presently investigating the matter.

This is so sad, I must tell you that the picture of the incident you are about to see below is something you have probably never seen before. Please viewer's discretion is strictly advised . 

WHO officially declares Nigeria Ebola free

According to Channels TV , the World Health Organisation  (WHO)  on Monday declared Nigeria free of the deadly Ebola Virus. Nigeria has not recorded a new case of Ebola for 42 days or two incubation period of 21 days. The disease entered Nigeria  in July through a Liberian, Patrick Sawyer on diplomatic assignment who had gotten the disease and was admitted at the First Consultants Hospital, Obalende, in Lagos. Thank God is over!

Rape Victim walk down memory lane

A Rape victim tells her story. If you have ever been raped and still wallowing in self pity or disgust,please read this story,it might encourage you.