Friday, July 21, 2017


Emotional OJ Simpson is granted parole after nine years in prison

Orenthal James Simpson was granted parole on Thursday afternoon after nine years in prison.The former football star will now be released from prison this October after four members of the Nevada Parole Board unanimously approved his parole.Simpson was joined at Lovelock Correctional Facility on Thursday by his lawyer Malcolm LaVergne for the hearing, who arrived alongside Simpson's close friend Tom Scotto, his sister Shirley Baker, and his daughter Arnelle.

UNIPORT VC under fire as students protest closure of tuition portal

Students of the University of Port Harcourt have protested against what they described as the high-handedness of the Vice Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Ndowa Lale.The students, in their thousands, took to the streets of Port Harcourt to kick against the alleged rigid attitude of Lale towards the payment of tuition fees.Some of the students who spoke with newsmen on the condition of anonymity decried the the VC’s refusal to approve access to the institutions Internet portal to enable students pay their fees.

Thursday, July 20, 2017


Idea 29 of 52: Monetise your Skills (

1.   Idea Intro: 

Are you skilled and looking for ways to make extra revenue? Do you know you could prepare a class, record a video of the class and put it on; this would allow you earn revenue as people watch your class.You do not have to do any publicity as is a community of ready members from all over the world willing to learn if what you are offering is something of valuable interest.

PHOTOS:The armless Indian man who sews with his toes

An inspirational man has defied the odds by becoming a professional tailor - despite having no arms.Madan Lal, 45, from Haryana in India was born without arms but learnt to adapt to the demands of everyday life by using his feet.Now he uses his talented toes to stitch beautiful garments from a shop in his village.He said: 'Whatever I have to do in my life, it's just with my feet. All the stitching work I do with my feet. From cutting the cloth to measurement, I have to use my feet.'

Senator John McCain, 80, is diagnosed with aggressive brain cancer

John McCain has been diagnosed with brain cancer. The 80-year-old Rep. Senator for Arizona underwent surgery last week for what was thought to be a blood clot above his eye. The Senate eagerly awaited his return and postponed voting on Trump's healthcare bill until he had come back to take part. On Wednesday, McCain's family revealed that after the surgery, doctors discovered cancerous tissue in his brain. President Trump, who last week joked about his 'crusty' condition when the senator's condition seemed less severe, sent his well wishes after learning of the development late on Wednesday night. 

Usher paid a stylist $1.1million and covered her medical bills after he infected her with herpes

Usher reportedly paid a former lover $1.1 million to settle a lawsuit after claiming she contracted herpes from the singer.Court documents, first published by Radar Online, show that the 38-year-old 'U Got It Bad' singer, whose real name is Usher Raymond IV, was diagnosed with the incurable condition between 2009-2010.An affidavit from the complainant states that the singer nonetheless engaged in unprotected intercourse without first disclosing the affliction.

Photos: EFCC Seals Off Politician's Mansion In Rivers

EFCC officials  sealed off a mansion said to be owned by politician, Itohen Henry Ogiri. The property is situated at 28, New Heaven Estate off Tombia Street New GRA Port Harcourt Rivers State. The house has been linked to George Turnah, the former PA to MD NDDC on youth development who is currently being investigated for conspiracy, stealing, OBT and money laundering.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017


Nigerian government begged me to take five states but I refused – Kanu

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, Wednesday, claimed that the Nigerian Government offered him Biafra Republic while in Prison, with only the five South-East States but he turned it down.According to him, he rejected the offer because that did not constitute the complete Biafra.

Inside the secretive world of Japan's elite sumo wrestlers

This is the secretive world of Japan's elite sumo wrestling where wrestlers eat 8,000 calories-a-day and wear oxygen masks while they nap. Incredible photos have emerged from inside the Tomozuna sumo 'stable' in Nagoya, Japan, where 11 gigantic wrestlers wear only loincloths and take turns throwing each other out of a ring of sand. The wrestlers, or 'rikishi', spend more than three hours each morning practising holds in Japan's 15-century-old national sport, with defeat facing the first to fall or be forced out of the ring.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

I was sent to destroy Amaechi, Wike’s government is criminal – Livingstone Wechie

Livingstone Wechie has recanted two years after launching a smear campaign against former Governor of Rivers state and now Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi over allegations of corruption.Wechie while speaking on a live television programme said all documents used to smear the image of Amaechi were fabricated by agent of Rivers state Governor, Nyesom Wike.He added that he (Wechie) personally developed the blueprint of the whitepaper presented by the Justice George Omereji-led Judicial Panel of Inquiry that investigated the Minister.