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Monday


 This days, many people save a lot of documents on there Pc, mobile phone especially smart phones as its common nowadays,
They save documents such as passwords of different websites (Could be a commercial, school, government or job recruiting orgarnization website)
not being security conscious. Do you know that you are not safe in all the transaction you are performing online with your Pc, a Cyber-cafe, and even your mobile phone? If No then, consider yourself very lucky to be here today because, i'm here to teach you how to be security conscious with the way you login and logout of any system, whether yours or not... so stay tuned.

1* Always remember to logout in any system you have insert your login credentials, don't ever keep your credentials logged on your or any device you have logged in unless you are the only one using that device but if second hand goes there? Always stay logged out, don't trust anybody with your document or personal information.

2* After you've log out, always clear cache and cookies when done with whatever you are doing

3* When you go to cyber-cafe to browse, If you are done with whatever thing you are doing, please! LOG OUT by YOURSELF! Never allow the employee to log out for you unless you are there watching him/her do it BECAUSE, this days you don't have to trust anybody with your personal info! UNLESS, he/she is a trustworthy fellow

4* Make sure you have Anti-Virus installed on your system and Always scan and check your computer for unwanted programs, malwares, and when found... please delete them and Don't let anybody watch you while you insert your password or username


5* Always update and reformat your system frequently for at least 2-3 times monthly
to stay away from unwanted programs (malwares and viruses)


TO BE CONTINUED

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Thursday


MsKemi-768x693Controversial self proclaimed journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has in a new series of tweets, stated that Nigerian celebrities, E-money & Linda Ikeji, are next to be robbed – this comes after reality TV star, Kim Kardashian was robbed earlier in the week in Paris.

Just weeks after she blasted Linda Ikeji, calling her a h*e for saying she can’t wait to have regular s*x, Kemi Olunloyo, has said that billionaire businessman E-money and celebrity blogger Linda Ikeji could be the next to face robbery attacks.

Why? Because the both of them, flaunt their wealth too on Social media, unlike her… Her tweets are ironical… SMH! Just continue below and see if you understand:
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You see, there is one thing people don't understand! The Law of Karma!
This young man, According to him, he has raped innocent girls. (If not more than two) and after messing around, he  thinks he'd definitely get away with that? No! Not at all!! You will be paid according to your deeds, Dont forget this things in life, the law of karma is definitely gonna do a comeback.
Now look, He'd gone posting about his evils on facebook,
*Girls he raped
*How he raped
*and how to lure and rape anybody!
At least if not for our country, he will definitely bag for himself 12years imprisonment?
See more Pics of reaction below


Whats your take on this? Lets see via your comments.
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Saturday

Friday


Vera, a transgender woman who was born Charles Austin Nlewedum, recently spoke to the LGBTIQ  website NoStringsNG about her life and struggles in Nigeria. Read her story below:
"I am Charles Austin Nlewedum living in Nigeria. I am a transgender woman. My trans name is Vera, and I was assigned male at birth. I am trained in physiotherapy. My friends know that I am a transgender woman, but my family does not know, as I fear they will disown me if I tell them.

Childhood 
While growing up, I felt different from the sex that was assigned to me at birth. I felt like a woman. My expressions mirrored a typical reflection of what society describes as a woman. Because of this and the stereotype associated with male homosexuality, many see me as gay, but I have always seen myself as a woman.
 
Experience with the LGBT community, friends and other people
I have experienced  a lot of abuses from people. I have been attacked, beaten and tortured. I was raped at age 15, and I have been living a fake life here in Nigeria as a man while I actually feel like a woman inside.
My experience with the gay community has been mixed; I have been partially accepted. Many still struggle with accepting that I am transgender.
When I came out to most of my friends, many rejected me, as I guess it was difficult and complicated for them to deal with. Ever since then, I have been living what I can describe as a fake life. Sometimes I will have to pretend that I am gay, just to fit in, whereas I know that I am a straight woman who loves men.
 
Emotional struggles
This has affected and limited me in so many ways, because I can’t express myself completely as according to the way I actually feel.  Sometimes I feel like trying on some female shoes, make my hair, and do my make up, but this is hard, because of what people will say, and possibly the reaction it will provoke from people who do not understand me.
At some point in my life, I became very miserable, and attempted suicide twice.
 
Hopes
I am hoping that one day I will fully transition into the woman that I was actually meant to be. I do not want to live a fake life anymore. I want to engage in activities that reflect who I really am inside. I feel completely tortured.
I want to go to a place where I will be accepted as me, where I can actually make my inside match my outside. I want to be me. I want to be Vera.
 
© 2016  http://nostringsng.com/vera-nigerian-transgender
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ehn ehn
iye eh
iye eh
oh no no no


ah iye eh, eh eh eh
girl is up to you but i dey pray you say i do
eh eh, ahh iye eh, eh eh eh
go tell your papa eh, say na me dey come for you
eh eh
iyo gogo….iyo gogo
iyo gogo….iyo gogo
kainje nai ke bishop na ega di go…ega di go
iyo gogo…..iyo gogo iyo gogo…..iyo gogo
kainje nai ke bishop na ifa di go…..ifa di go
ehn ehn
today na today eh, and when i finish you go no say na me
as you dey they delay eh
to proof my love, you must to chop my money eh
because my bank alert na kpagam
my cheque e no dey bounce
my mansion na badder
baby take a look around
my bank alert na kpagam
my cheque e no dey bounce
my mansion na badder
make you take a look around
ahh iye eh, eh eh eh
girl is up to you but i dey pray you say ‘i do’
eh eh, ahh iye eh, eh eh eh
go tell your papa eh, say na me dey come for you
eh eh
iyo gogo…..iyo gogo iyo gogo…..iyo gogo
kainje nai ke bishop na ega di go…..ega di go
iyo gogo…..iyo gogo iyo gogo…..iyo gogo
kainje nai ke bishop na ifa di go…..ifa di go
ehn ehn


like play, like play eh
the person wey one chop you run dey beg to stay eh
dem say i dey craze
say which kin love be dis
they don’t know how i feel
baby say something…..something
make we do something…..something
e ye eh, let me here you say i do
baby say something…..something
make we do something…..something
e ye eh, baby mu na gi be bi oh
because my bank alert na kpagam
my cheque e no dey bounce
my mansion na badder
baby take a look around
my bank alert na kpagam
my cheque e no dey bounce
my mansion na badder
make you take a look around
ah iye eh, eh eh eh
girl is up to you but i dey pray you say i do
eh eh, ahh iye eh, eh eh eh
go tell your papa eh, say na me dey come for you
eh eh
iyo gogo…..iyo gogo
iyo gogo…..iyo gogo
kainje nai ke bishop na ega di go…..ega di go
iyo gogo…..iyo gogo
iyo gogo…..iyo gogo
kainje nai ke bishop na ifa di go…..ifa di go
ehn ehn
ehn ehn…..ehn ehn, ehn ehnehn ehn,ehn ehnehn ehn, eh
iye eh…..iye eh
iye eh…..iye eh
iye eh iye eh
ehn ehn eh eh eh
emmanu o di ri zi o eh
imakuo ogim jido, eh eh eh
imakuo efizzy nji oh…..efizzy nji oh
efizzy nji oh, imakuo ndi ndi di o
because my bank alert na kpagam
my cheque e no dey bounce
my mansion na badder
baby take a look around
my bank alert na kpagam
my cheque e no dey bounce
my mansion na badder
make you take a look around
ah iye eh, eh eh eh
girl is up to you but i still dey pray you say i do
eh eh, ahh iye eh, eh eh eh
go tell your papa eh, say na me dey come for you
eh eh
iyo gogo…..iyo gogo
iyo gogo…..iyo gogo
kainje nai ke bishop na ega di go…..ega di go
iyo gogo…..iyo gogo
iyo gogo…..iyo gogo
kainje nai ke bishop na ifa di go…..ifa di go
ehn ehn

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Thursday


The next week came and was about to submit my assignment to my HOC when I met the guy that copied my work the previous week. “Baba I don dey find you since,” he said to me. “Find me keh! Shey you wan arrest me?” I asked. He said he was looking for me to also copy my answers for the current assignment I had done.  I laughed and told him I haven’t done it but will soon do it. He asked for my number and I told him my phone was stolen and I was yet to recover my sim card. He said his name was Uchenna. I told him mine. Well, he said he was going somewhere that he would come and check on me at that place. Immediately he left, I did the assignment. He came back some minutes later and did the usual “Copy and paste” too. He thanked me and left.
When I got back home to my empty room. I met some people in the room. I guessed they came to check out the room. I asked them and they said they indeed are checking out the room before making payments. Na so I come dey fear. “I had prayed and fasted for people not to pack into the room for the main time so as to give me opportunity to stay. But it seemed my prayers were far from answer.” According to the guy I met, if things works out, he would pay and move in the next week. “The accommodation had giving me too many worries, coupled that I have no money. Adaobi had been the one feeding me. Sometimes bola would give me N10 for my mancot transport to school.”
As I was busy thinking all that. I went outside and saw Uchenna passing by. He asked if that was the place I was staying. And I told him “yes,” He asked if I had done the new assignment given to us that day. I tell am say I never do am. Perhaps na typing work and I don’t have money, and the submission date was still a bit far. “But you know the procedures wella?” uchenna asked. “Ofcourse” I told him I knew it. He said he would come to see me the next day which was a Saturday.
The next day. Uchenna came, he met me outside. Na so the guy land my house with one guy like that. He and the guy was just teasing themselves. He was calling the guy Warri idol. Uchenna was hailing me. He was telling the guy that i am very intelligent. “This guy know book die. Na book full him head,” uchenna said referring to me. I laughed. Immediately they entered the empty room, “Chaaiii, na dis place you dey stay?” the other guy asked. “Yes ooo,” I replied. They thought I was just joking as they laughed. They cracked joke about it as they brought out their laptops from their bags. “Chaiii, these ones get lappy. Ordinary phone sef I no get,” I thought to myself. Both of them were funny guys. And I got to know the other guys name was Abisoko. Na  im make Uchenna dey call am warri idol because he’s from Delta state. We did the assignment together. After about 4 hours at my place, when they were leaving, I decided to follow them to their house which was close to the school gate.
When we got there, it was a family house with 2 big rooms and a large parlour. Na there uchenna tell me say him mama na from Ogun state and his dad was from Arochukwu in Abia state. So the house he was staying was his late grandfather’s house(man that gave birth to his mother). So he no dey pay house rent. He stays in one room while Abisoko stays in the other room. Na only Abisoko dey pay for rent. Immediately, part of me asked me to tell him if he could help so I could come and squat with them. Another part of me said I shouldn’t, that I should just be calm and exercise patience. The other part of me that asked me to voice out my problems was like, “Gbadebo! You are a fool oo. You will soon die in silence and timidity. Tell this people you are looking for accommodation now so if they can help out.” I am a kind of person that likes observing people before moving close to them. I try to be careful. “But it looked as if two people in me were arguing and fighting, either for me to speak out or shut up.” Something in me said I shouldn’t be afraid, that this is school life and nothing was going to happen.
I obeyed my other voice that said I should keep calm. I stayed in their house and even slept off. When I woke up, it was some minutes past 10pm. The generator was on and uchenna and Abisoko were watching film with their various laptops. I told them I was going, they told me it was very late and I can’t find any car going to camp. They asked me to stay back and go the next morning. They even made me feel comfortable as they offered me food. Jellof rice and egg. Chaiii, and I dey terribly hungry. Na so I chop the thing oooo. As I dey chop the rice, something in me started talking. “You see wetin I tell you, this guys are nice people. They will not harm you. Them even give you food chop. Tell them and they would allow stay.” I kept calm and continued eating. Another thought sprang up and told me not to tell them.
The next morning, I opened up to Uchenna all I was going through concerning my accommodation. Infact, he told me that I was most highly welcome into the house. Abisoko said I can stay in any of the rooms. Either in Uchenna’s own or his. Chaiiii, na so I happy ooooo come go camp. When I got to camp, I found my bag and clothes outside. 
Why is my bag outside???
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I had always looked at myself as a child of promise.
Even my mom use to say it; That when I was born, the
chief Iman of Ilorin came and prayed for me. He
prophesied into my life that I will do well and achieve
great things at a very young age. He also said that my
parents will be elevated. But now am wondering what
has gone wrong about those prophesies? What is
holding them back? Why has it not come to pass. The
worse part of it is that my dad died when I was 5. The
elevation prophesy sef, even if say e come, na only my
mama go come chop inside! Or maybe the gods are
punishing my family because we later converted from
Muslim to Christian religion!  

 
All that were my thought. My heart was bitter. I just
dey regret. Na who send me go write JAMB! Na who
send me go even write the FUNAAB Post UTME! If I
had known I would have saved that money and use it
for better things as my mother had suggested. I no
hear. Na so I use the money go write JAMB. And that
would be the second time I was writing JAMB and
passing through, yet no money for tuition fees. No
money to further. I wrote one the previous year and
choose University of Ibadan. I passed the Jamb but
there was no common N3000 to process my Post
UTME. Chaiiii, poverty bad. I encouraged myself. My
mom had earlier said I should give up on going to
school, that there was no money to see me through.
Yes, I saw her point but I was hoping for a miracle to
happen. I was just believing that I would just see a tree
full of money and start plucking them. Or maybe
meeting a helper that would say, “Let me just train you
through your higher institution.”
I had saved up to N45, 000 the past year. I gave my
best at where I worked just to see I save money for my
school. My mom who was into Akara business. She
had been complaining about her eye problem. Out of
the N45,000, I gave her N12,000 to go for treatment.
Money don short nah. But I was determined that I
won’t lose that admission. I must enter university this
time. No going back, whether money dey or not.
That was how my mom nearly closed down her Akara
business that she was raising fund for me to go to
school. She borrowed N27, 000 from the cooperative
group she was. Plus the one I had. I went to Federal
University Of Agriculture Abeokuta (Funaab), paid my
admission acceptance fee, school fees and other fees.
We never even start to dey talk accommodation sef.
The guy I was squatting with had graduated and he
was leaving the room the next weekend. I had earlier
asked if he would leave some few things for me. He
said he couldn’t, that he needed money badly so he
wants to sell them. Even if the guy leave am for me,
how I wan take pay for accommodation sef! He has
really tried. I met him when I came to write my post
UTME. I didn’t even know anybody in Abeokuta. But he
was God sent. He harboured me for 4 days and I still
came back, he was still harbouring me. He said the
rent would be due the next two weeks.
So after paying the necessary fees, I had to go back
home to sort myself on accommodation and feeding,
refresh and come back to campus fully the next week
to resume.
When I got home, things were not so good at all. My
mom was down with malaria. I know say she go don
dey think how she go take pay back the money wey
she borrow from cooperative. And even her crumbling
business, coupled with all the irony of life. I only had
N430 left with me at that moment inside my pocket. I
had to rush to the chemist shop to get my mom drugs.
I called one of our relatives in Offa and updated her on
what was happening to my mom.
3 days later, it seemed my mom was recovering
gradually. I withdrew the last N5, 000 in my account
and went to buy provisions and food stuffs. There was
nothing much at home. At least, even if say person
poor, that does not mean say we no go chop better
food.
A day before travelling back to Abeokuta, I went to the
place I worked before leaving. My former Oga wey like
me wella. He gave me N2,000. I told him I was going
back to school. Some of my paddies still dash me small
money. I calculated everything and it amounted to N3,
450.
“Gbadebo! Gbadebo!!” my mom called. I was outside
chatting with a friend when he called. I came into the
room. “Gbadebo,” she said. “Ma,” I answered. She
brought out some squeezed naira notes from the edge
of her wrapper were she tied it. She handed them over
to me. I counted them and It was N3, 500. “Kosi owo.
Manage elei.” She said I should manage it that there
was no money. Infact, she even tried. I couldn’t say
anything. As I took the money, I went to bed to sleep,
thinking of how my 4 year journey would look like in
Funaab with my poverty condition.
The next morning, I arranged my only travelling bag,
which doubles as my school bag. I only had few
clothes which I inserted into the bag, with the only foot
wear I had, my pam slippers, na im I go wear go back.
“I am going to school.” person wey see me go think
say I dey joke. Na only 2 trousers and 5 shirts wey I
get I put inside my bag. I didn’t have time to buy many
things because I was saving to go to school. The only
mobile phone we had, a small touchlight phone. I had
to leave it with my mom. I told her I would be calling
from a business center. It was better for me that way
so I could be reaching out to her rather than me taking
the phone to school.
I looked my mom into the eye as I was about leaving
for the park. She looked worried seeing me leave. “I
guessed she was worried how I would cope.” I hugged
her and left to the park where I would be boarding a
car to Ibadan. As I entered one of the cars going to
Ibadan, I wasn’t happy. My heart was filled with too
many weird thoughts that I didn’t even know when the
car got filled up, I paid and we left.
On the road to Ibadan, “I thought about my life.” After
paying for my transportation, I was only left with
N4,450. We never get to Ibadan ooo. I have not even
talked about my accommodation. Where will I even
stay? How will I feed sef? And I go even pay transport
go school. As all those thoughts were flipping through
my mind, tears ran down my eyes. The woman sitting
close to me was the one that even called my attention.
She asked what was wrong with me that I shed tears.
And we were sitting at the front seat opposite the
driver. I had to bring out my handkerchief from my
pocket and whipped my face. I don’t even know what
to tell the woman. I wished she was Jesus that could
just take my burden away. Well, I told her that it’s just
some family related issues that was making me shed
tears. “Family issues keh!” she said. She spoke in
Yoruba language. She asked what kind of family issue
was that. I no wan tell her. One don’t just go around
telling people their problems. I felt reluctant telling her.
“Part of me said I should open up to her while another
part of me said I should not. She seemed to be asking
genuinely but she’s just a random person. Even if I tell
her, will she adopt me or give me N1m.” I just told her
that the money I was giving to for my school was not
enough. Immediately I said that, almost every one
inside the car busted into laughter. Part of me was
like, “You see, you see wetin I tell you. You should have
not told her.” I began regretting saying it out. The
woman laughed uncontrollable in a mocking tone. “Is
that the family problem,” she asked. She said there are
some people their own case was worse so mine was
even not a case. By then, I just wished she knew more
about my own case. As other people in the car were
talking, some gisting and telling stories of how their
children survive in higher institution. I just ignored
them. “No be their own e dey me sef. I went back into
deep thoughts that I didn’t even know when we got to
Ibadan. The woman beside me called my attention
when she was alighting. She was kind enough to give
me N500. I accepted it graciously and thanked her as
she told me not to cry. She left. Well, N500 will
definitely go a long way.
Na so I take car wey dey enter Abeokuta. It dropped
me in a popular spot called “Camp,” a road leading to
Funaab. The place I am squatting.
Next Episode     © 2016 Christian C. Ozor
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Wednesday


Some Catholic priests were recently attacked by Fulani Herdsmen in Enugu State. According to reports, the priests, Rev Fr Chetanna Jude Chukwuneke, Fr Emmanuel Dim and Fr Prof Ezeokana were in a car when the incident occurred. Chukwuenke was driving his car along Obimo in Uzo-Uwani when the suspected herdsmen emerged from a bush in a bad spot of the road and shot him in the head but thankfully he didn't die. They also injured the passengers, kidnapping one in the process.


In a post shared on his Facebook Page, Chukwuneke confirmed the incident. He said: 
"Dear friends, thank you so much for your solidarity, goodwill messages, calls and most importantly your prayers. I am very much stable, hale and hearty. Our Lord did the greatest miracle for me: I was shot in the head through the side window of the drivers side by Fulani hoodlums along Obimo in Uzo-Uwani, near Nimbo both in Enugu state. The pellets stopped few inches to my brain/skull, and left orbit and ear. It could have been the end but GOD SAID IT'S NOT YET TIME. However, I still have some pellets in my face.Finally continue to pray for Fr Emmanuel Dim who was abducted. Also Fr Prof Ezeokana is recovering from burns."
© 2016 Talklatest.blogspot.com
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Tuesday


If you live in Lagos State and you have not been or heard of Surulere, chances are you live under a rock. These reasons will reveal to you why the Lagos town is a hot cake to live in.
A residential and commercial Local Government Area located in the state, Surulere is one of the most exclusive areas on Mainland Lagos.
Aside from the fact that Surulere is known as the sports city of Lagos seeing as it houses two international sport venues, some of the most famous streets in Lagos state such as Adeniran Ogunsanya, Adelabu, Ogunlana Drive, Bode-Thomas and Eric Moore, are found within the district.
If you are a lover of Nigerian music or you are active on the Nigerian social scene, you may have heard lines and comments affirming Surulere as one of the best places to live in Lagos.
If you are wondering why the district is so acclaimed, Jumia Travel have shared 5 possible reasons Surulere is the best place to live in Lagos.
1. It is mid-point
Surlere is undoubtedly one of the key transport nodes of Lagos, as it connects the city’s mainland with Lagos Island and Victoria Island.
Basically, it serves as a mid-point between the island and mainland and living there ensure you have quick and easy access to both areas.
2. Diversity
Surulere is full of ALL types of people. Young families, Grandparents, Politicians, struggling musicians, millennials, students, Igbo people, Hausa natives – you name it, they all live in Surulere and they all love it.
It is very easy to fit into the different neighborhoods within the district without fear of segregation or any form of culture shock.
3. The best street food in Lagos
It is no secret that the best of Lagos street food can be found in Surulere and at the best rates too.
On the hunt for the best shawarma, to the best Suya, people travel from as far as the Lekki Peninsula to Surulere for a palatable and affordable taste.
Surulere also has more local independent restaurants and bukkas than it is possible to choose from, and you most rank very highly among the best places to eat authentic meals in Lagos.
4. Surulere is full of independent businesses
Aside from restaurants and bars, there are so many businesses, in all sorts of industries, based in Surulere.
You will find Clothing stores, Interior Design boutique, car dealers e.t.c among other business in this district, and not only will you be spoilt for choice when it comes to buying locally but there are plenty of opportunities for jobs too.
The most popular street in the district that harbors some of these independent businesses is Adeniran Ogunsanya. There is literally nothing you cannot find on the street and all are of good quality too.
5. Active nightlife
You will never be bored at night if you live in Surulere. There is a load of great bars, lounges, and pubs…and most importantly, there is good security in most of the areas.
You find clubs where you can stumble along to for a dance on a rogue Tuesday night, as well other bars that open from 10am to 4am every single day including Sundays.© 2016 Naijaloaded.com
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A father has been left crying and mourning in pain at the site of a fatal road accident that killed his 5-month-old baby and wife.
Touching photos has caught the shocking moment a father cradled his dead 5-month old baby after an accident killed his wife.
The man who caused the accident, a Russian tourist was arrested yesterday morning for allegedly killing a Thai woman and her five-month-old daughter in a road accident in Chon Buri’s Bang Lamung district, The Nation Thailand reports.
The tourist identified as Konstantin Volk was arrested in Soi Kasetpan while he was allegedly trying to flee in a Honda Civic after the accident.
Police suspect he was drunk and speeding when he crashed into two motorcycles that had stopped at a traffic light in South Pattaya at around 3.40am.
Amphai Inwan died at the scene. Her five-month-old daughter died at Bangkok Hospital Pattaya.
Amphai’s flower-vendor husband Thanongsak, a two-year-old girl and a taxi motorcyclist were severely injured.
Police conducted a blood alcohol test on Volk to determine if he would also be charged with drunk driving
See photos:-
© 2016 Talklatest.blogspot.com
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20-year-old Bassey Johnson has been arrested for allegedly luring children into his room at the Egbeda area of Lagos, with kids cartoon television shows on cable network, and then raping them.

According to the police, Bassey who hails from Akwa Ibom State, met his waterloo when one of his victims, a four-year-old girl, complained of pains in her private part to her mother.

When the toddler was interrogated, she mentioned Johnson’s name and her parents invited the police. Johnson was immediately arrested and upon interrogation, blamed the devil for his action.
“This is the devil’s handwork. I am indeed very sorry for my action. I did not know that the offence is this grave. When I came back from an outing on Saturday, I tuned my television set to a cartoon station. Immediately, the children in the compound heard the sound, they rushed inside to watch. I took my clothes, which I had washed the previous day, to the line and when I came back, I sat on the bed and carried one of the children on my lap. That is how I do it. After some time, as my conscience started pricking me, I dropped her. The children later went out when there was power cut. But the child’s mother later called me and asked what I did to her daughter. I opened up but maintained that I did not penetrate.”he is quoted by Vanguard as saying
Clinical check on the victim revealed that her hymen was broken, indicating that there was penetration. Bassey who just completed his apprenticeship as a welder has been transferred from Egbeda Division to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, SCIID, Yaba.
© 2016 Talklatest.blogspot.com
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Monday


In a surprising move, a top African musician has surprised the mother of his child by gifting her an expensive mansion.
This might just shock many people! A top Tanzanian musician has allegedly surprised his baby-mama by gifting her a mansion to celebrate her birthday.
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According to reports, Diamond Platinumz claims that he has bought a house in South Africa for his woman, Zari to celebrate her birthday.
He made the announcement while sharing pictures of the house on his Instagram. While wishing her a happy birthday, he said they will celebrate in Zanzibar.
Diamond is one of the biggest singer in East Africa with many hit songs. His remix of Saida Karoli’s Salome added more to his popularity as the song was an instant hit.
He has a baby, Latifah Dangote with Zari.

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59 year old HIV positive man, Monday Ekpade (pictured), has been arrested by the Delta state police command for sexually assaulting a 6 year old girl in Agbor on Sept 4th. According to Monday, he had sex with the minor because he believed that sleeping with her would cure him of HIV. 



Speaking on his arrest, the spokesperson of the state police command, Celestina Kalu, said

"On the 4th of this month, we got a report from our division in Agbor, that one Monday defiled a small girl of six years. You can imagine this man with HIV penetrating a small girl of six years, what would be the fate of the little girl? And we don't know how many little girls he has done this to".

The little girl's grandfather who she was staying with when the incident happened, said Blessing was out on an errand when she met with Monday

"Her mother sent her on an errand to go and buy something. When she was going, Monday caught her on the road and had sex with her"he said

When interrogated, Monday confessed to the crime but however blamed the devil 

"It is the devils work. The little girl caused it. She came to our house and then I tried having sex with her but my manhood was too big. I have only defiled her two times but the little girls its three times"he said

He would soon be charged to court.
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EFCC operatives have reportedly found N5 billion lodged in an account operated by the daughter of an Army General. According to an official in the antigraft agency who spoke on condition of anonymity to The Sun, investigations so far carried out into the account, showed that N10 million was sometimes deposited 5 to 6 times within a day.

The source stated that the Army general's daughter is under 30 and recently got married. The account officer, a lady who manages the account was subsequently invited by the EFCC. She gave useful information which led to the invitation of the Army General’s daughter towards the last week of August. The source stated that she pleaded for more time to enable her attend to her infant child.

The young nursing mother eventually turned up with her mother, baby, husband and lawyer about two weeks ago. And for two days, she faced interrogation though she was not detained because she is a nursing mother. “Details of the account show that cash deposits of about N10 million were consistently paid into the account sometimes five or six times a day. The money so far deposited into that account and another in London should well be over N5 billion”, the source said.

Investigators also discovered that even though the lady was still a student in the United Kingdom, hundreds of thousands of Pound Sterling were wired into the bank account of a London based firm’s bank account for her. The firm, Carrington Whyte Consulting with Flat 4, Grove End Gardens 33 Grove End Road NW8 9LL London, as its address, was curiously registered around June 2014 and shortly after, the funds began to hit its bank account from Nigeria in torrents.

Though the Army General’s daughter is currently on administrative bail, she is however, expected to report back for further interrogation next week. “We had to study her last statements, juxtapose them with our findings and draw up fresh questions for her and with which we confront her next week”, the source explained.© 2016 Talklatest.blogspot.com
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5 shops were burnt down completley at 24, Gaskia College Road, Ijora in Lagos yesterday September 23rd. Millions of Naira worth of goods was lost in the inferno.
See more photos below:-5 shops were burnt down completley at 24, Gaskia College Road, Ijora in Lagos yesterday September 23rd. Millions of Naira worth of goods was lost in the inferno.
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A Nigerian Godgift Azubike is pictured carrying Ghana-must-go bag, claiming he is leaving Nigeria as a result of increasing hardship in the country. lol, i hope someone will remember to call you when things becomes normal..lol Sai BUHARI, Sai BABA!!! (I did not say anything O 
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The registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, Ishaq Oloyede, on Friday, said the agency will ensure candidates are not mistreated by their preferred universities.
He also listed eight conditions that tertiary institutions must follow when admitting students.
Mr. Oloyede spoke at Baze University, Jabi, Abuja at the first Extraordinary Technical Committee meeting on 2016 Admissions to First Choice Institutions.
He said the only difference in this year’s admission process is the policy that there should be no written post-UTME test.
Mr. Oloyede insisted that as a referee, his agency would not allow arbitrariness by institutions in the admission process.
“JAMB will resist such arbitrariness and illegal introduction of extraneous factors which were not contained in the published advertisement made available to the candidates.
“We should be able to explain to every Nigerian child who had applied for admission, why s/he was not admitted into his/her institution of choice,” he said.
According to him, the right of Senate or Academic Board of each institution on admissions of candidates is subject to the following conditions:
a. Guidelines stipulated by proprietors of the institutions
b. 60:40 (Science/Art) ratio for conventional universities
c. 80:20 (Science/Art) ratio for non-conventional universities
d. 70:30 (Technology/Non-technology) ratio for National Diploma Awarding Institutions
e. Use of 2016 JAMB, UTME results’ print-out for all candidates
f. Adherence to published subject combinations of various courses as specified by the Senate/Academic Board and included in the 2016 JAMB brochure
g. Adherence to the 2016 Admissions quota as prescribed by the Regulatory Bodies (NUC, NBTE, NCCE)
h. (For Federal universities) The quota stipulated by the Federal Executive Council concerning Merit, Catchment and Educationally less developed states, should be complied with.
Mr. Oloyede stated that the deadline for approved institutions’ admission panels was still November 30, 2016.
He also said the second Technical Committee Meeting would take place at Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri, Imo state on November 14, 2016.a. Guidelines stipulated by proprietors of the institutions
b. 60:40 (Science/Art) ratio for conventional universities
c. 80:20 (Science/Art) ratio for non-conventional universities
d. 70:30 (Technology/Non-technology) ratio for National Diploma Awarding Institutions
e. Use of 2016 JAMB, UTME results’ print-out for all candidates
f. Adherence to published subject combinations of various courses as specified by the Senate/Academic Board and included in the 2016 JAMB brochure
g. Adherence to the 2016 Admissions quota as prescribed by the Regulatory Bodies (NUC, NBTE, NCCE) 
h. (For Federal universities) The quota stipulated by the Federal Executive Council concerning Merit, Catchment and Educationally less developed states, should be complied with. Mr. Oloyede stated that the deadline for approved institutions’ admission panels was still November 30, 2016. He also said the second Technical Committee Meeting would take place at Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri, Imo state on November 14, 2016.
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Friday


The CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, who was in Nigeria few weeks ago has a goal bigger than connecting the whole world through the Internet.Mark and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have the dream to eradicate diseases by the end of this century. (Isn't That Amazing?)

The couple to this end have earmarked a $3billion donation over the next 10 years to speed basic scientific research which includes creating research tools ranging from software to hardware's.

The goal is to “cure, manage and prevent all diseases in the next 80 years”.

The couple acknowledge that it might sound crazy but pointed out how far medicine has come in the last century with the development of vaccines, heart transplants and chemotherapy.

Zuckerberg and Chan hope that their effort will inspire other far-reaching efforts and collaboration in science,medicine and engineering, so that basic research is no longer pushed to the sidelines.

Chan’s work as a pediatrician might also have been a big influence on why the couple have taken on this huge cause.
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