A cult war in Ikorodu area of Lagos has claimed at least three lives in two days. According to reports, the clash started following the brutal killings of Gbendu, a suspected Eiye member, at Sago and a Vulcanizer, a suspected member of Black Axxe cult group (Aiye) at Ota –Ona last week.
The two groups reportedly launched deadly reprisal attacks on each other at the weekend and early morning on Monday, April 8.
It was gathered that two more members of the Black Axxe Confraternity were brutally killed last Saturday at Lucky Fibre area with their hands cut off and taken away by their assailants. The two men were killed at a bar.
It was also gathered that the two corpses were taken away by the police who arrived at the scene after the killings which left the residents of the area in shock and fears.
Also, a suspected member of the Eiye Confraternity was allegedly killed in the early hours of Monday (yesterday) morning in what was described as a reprisal attack by the Black Axxe confraternity hit squad.
Winners Chapel Has Spent Over $200 Million On Landmark University – Leke Beecrof
AS NEW WINNERS CHAPEL UNIVERSITY PROJECT KICKS OFF IN NASSARAWA
The church has commenced the construction of her 3rd university. Investigations revealed that the initial plan had been to build the third university in Calabar, Cross River state, before building the fourth in Abuja, the Federal Capital. However, due to the Nigerian governments desire to have a ‘world class’ university situated in the capital, pressure was mounted on the church authorities to reconsider and locate the third institution in Abuja and these may well have paid off. The National Universities Commission (NUC) thus visited Goshen, the site of the proposed university along the Abuja-Nassarawa Expressway. It was reported that they were impressed with the facilities they met on ground at the sight and the church authorities quickly corrected their impression and told them that the university construction was only about to begin and that the structures on ground were strictly for other church objectives. Requirements for the university construction is already available for deployment by the church which is known not to accept loans. Oyedepo stated that the university, just like Landmark University will be built without taking a single offering. As at 2016, over $200 Million had been spent on Landmark university. The university in Nassarawa may turn out better than her predecessors in terms of infrastructure by the time construction is completed. – Leke Beecroft
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has just revealed that it will not reschedule the 2019 UTME for any candidate who misses the exam.
While addressing newsmen in Abuja, JAMB Head of Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin warned all candidates writing the UTME to print their examination slips before Thursday.
He added that anyone who misses the exam would have to wait till next year to retake it.
“The examination will start on Thursday and we are urging all the candidates to ensure that they print their notification slips before Thursday. This is important so that candidates can know their schedules.
“This is because the board will not reschedule the exams for anybody.
“If anyone misses the examination, such has missed it till next year.”
“The board has not restored the 14 computer-based test centres that were de-listed during the conduct of its mock examination on April 1st.
“The 14 CBT centres delisted remain so. We don’t have any addition at the moment.”
TV and show host, Bolanle Olukanni has showed off her stretch marks and revealed how it affected her confidence at a young age.
Sharing lovely new photos, she wrote;
“I first got stretch marks on my shoulders when I had my first Growth spurt . I was probably 12. All my friends would wear tank tops and spaghetti tops and I felt like I had to cover my shoulders. It affected my confidence during my teenage years and I spent my early early adulthood hiding my shoulders. Well , I finally got over it and I realized it’s not a big deal . So to women and men who have stretch marks and feel self-conscious about it …please don’t – you are beautiful no matter what ! ❤️❤️❤️ #beautylook #growingpains #stretchmarks #flawsandall ”
A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to call out a Nigerian airline she accused of dropping it passengers halfway through flight.
The lady identified as @iamvic3 on twitter alleged that AeroContractors took them on a flight from Abuja to Warri, but ended the flight at Benin Airport, before hiring a car to take them on the rest of the journey by road.
Imagine paying for flight from Abuja to Warri only for AeroContractors to drop you at Benin airport then put you in a car to Warri Nigeria my country.
But while reacting to the post, a certain commentator mentioned that it is not a new occurrence as he has experienced such too, and it even happened in a developed country. Though he was eventually compensated.
A two hundred level student of Food Science Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Calabar, Miss Rebecca Chukwueke has fallen.
She was unconscious as at 12:27am in the early hours of Saturday, April 6, 2019 when she was rushed to the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH).
However, the nurse/doctors refused to examine the patient with an excuse that they are on strike, they had to leave UCTH for general hospital, yet the same excuse and finally, they took her to Navy Hospital, High way where she was confirmed dead.
Popular Nigerian On-Air Personality, Denrele Edun, has visited the graveside of Goldie, a Nigerian singer who died years ago.
Goldie was a dear friend of Denrele and her death left him absolutely distraught. Since she died, Denrele has maintained the ritual of going to her graveside every year to pay tribute.
Yesterday, February 14th was the 6th death anniversary of Goldie and Denrele did not fail to show up at her grave.
He posted photos from his visit on his Instagram page and wrote an emotional tribute.
He wrote: “My friend GOLDIE died 6 YEARS AGO on the 14TH OF FEBRUARY!
“I started to write about her yesterday, but found myself at such a loss.
“For 36 hours, I’ve been struggling to find the right words to describe my friend – to tell you about her, to explain why this loss is so tragic. And, I can’t seem to find them. Any death of someone so young is a tremendous loss, I know.
“GOLDIE was special. Dare I say extraordinary.
“I’m so scared of losing all those memories. I worry that as time passes my mind will shed those precious gifts. But I know that even if it does, GOLDIE is in a part of me that nobody can ever touch. There’s a Central Bank shaped compartment in my heart that will hold her ‘til the day I die!
“Here is an excerpt of her LAST INTERVIEW with @sesanadeniji for @mystreetzmagazine .
“I’m way past this but I recall one artiste who called me exactly a day after Goldie’s demise. And the convo went;
“Your friend is dead? Eeeeeyah…. and I was part of the people who used to diss her incessantly. What more can I say? There’ll be space for us now”…. I dropped my phone like hot coals! I was too distraught to hear the rest!
“IT IS WELL!
“R.I.P OLUWABIMPE SUSAN FILANI HARVEY aka GOLDIE!”
Below are more photos of Denrele at Goldie’s graveside