Usain Bolt has been partying with his woman Kasi Bennett for days now
after getting injured at the World Athletics Championships.
The sprinting legend was photographed exiting Liberties night club in
London with Kasi at about 4:30 a.m. but something in the photo has
caught attention. There's a visible liquid stain on his pants, by his
groin. and people are asking; is that...? *coughs* Lol.
See the photo below.
The Lagos state police command has arrested the Baale of Oshoroko
Village in Ibeju-Lekki area of the state, Olusegun Oyeri, and three
others identified as Aroki Badiru, Nasiru Isiaka and Akeem Balogun. for
allegedly masterminding the death of a police inspector, Musa Sunday,
and hiding his body for nine months.
According to reports, the deceased had gone to the area to answer to a
distress call on November 29th last year. He never returned to the
police station, prompting his colleagues to go in search of him. After
many months of fruitless search and investigation, a member of the
community confessed to the police that the inspector was killed and that
they were made to swear an oath of secrecy by the Baale never to reveal
what happened to him.
The community resident then took the police to the Ibeju-Lekki
water-front where the deceased was buried. Police officers dug the grave
and exhumed the remains of the deceased and his AK47 rifle. The
community leader was arrested and when interrogated, denied any wrong
doing. He claimed the crime was perpetrated by one of the chiefs.
The Lagos state Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, who confirmed the arrests, said
“Inspector Musa Sunday disappeared from a crime scene in Ibeju-Lekki
when he was, alongside other officers, deployed to that axis from
Ibeju-Lekki Free Trade Zone. In the course of patrol, they were alerted
by the community of a communal fight between two families over land
issues. Dutifully, they joined the informant but on getting there, one
of the community callously turned against the patrol team and at the end
of the fight, the team returned without Sunday. The next day, I went
there and met the traditional rulers and elders of the community to
appeal to them to release the inspector if they have him in their
custody. They denied seeing him. We put together a team of policemen
with technical support from the Inspector General of Police Intelligence
Response Team (IRT) led by DSP Philips and they sustained
investigations. Based on intelligence, nine months later, his decomposed
body was found buried along the waterway with his service AK47. We
swung into action and arrested the Baale of the community and three
others. The law does not respect anyone and we use this to send a
message to criminals pretending to be custodians of our culture. During
investigation, we gathered that the Baale led the community in
swearing an oath of secrecy to cover the crime and also refused to
produce his two sons that were responsible for the killing.”
The Baale and the others would be arraigned in court soon.
The United States Coast Guard and military crews are currently searching the ocean off Hawaii for five crew members of an Army helicopter that reportedly went down during a training exercise.
Officials at Wheeler Army Airfield near Honolulu reported losing communications around 10p.m on Tuesday with the crew of a UH-60 Black Hawk. Responding
teams reported spotting a debris field about 2 miles (3 kilometers)
west of Kaena Point, Oahu, shortly before 11:30 p.m.
An airplane, two helicopters and several boats are being used in the
search across an area with light winds and 2-foot seas.Two Black Hawk
crews were conducting training between Kaena Point and Oahu's Dillingham
Airfield at the time communications were lost, officials said
In a recent interview with The Tribune, actress Mercy Johnson-Okojie,
described her husband, Prince, as a saint. According to her
"My husband is a saint. Everything. My husband is not someone you
interact with, with your body. He is someone you commune with, with your
soul. You just love his soul. He is everything bottled in one person. I
don’t know how to explain him. My husband is the closest thing after
God’s existence. I am not saying he is perfect, but l love that man too
much [Sings]. Sometimes I can’t explain him"
Mercy says she is so crazy about her husband that she had to learn his language, Esan, and now she speaks it fluently.
"I speak Esan very, very well. I am crazy about my husband. I do
anything that makes him happy. I understand the language to the core"
Kailey "Winter" Wilkey, who rose to fame when she appeared on season
16 of Bad Girls Club, has released new photos of herself in nothing but
her birthday suit.
The reality star appeared bold in the photos, posing with only her
limbs covering her private parts. Her naked body was covered in large
tattoos. With muted makeup and a wet hairstyle look, Winter looked as
natural as possible.
Barely two days after a ritualist den was uncovered under the bridge at Obadeyi bus-stop, Ijaiye, Lagos-Abeokuta road,
the police in Lagos state today discovered yet another suspected
ritualist den at Ile-Zik on the Lagos/Abeokuta Expressway very close to
Ikeja, the Lagos state capital. Items found in the den included several
human parts, clothing items and others. The police fired tear gas
canisters to smoke out two of the suspected ritualist hiding inside the
den. One of the suspects who posed as a mad man but had a sharp knife on
him was also arrested.
The suspects have been taken to the Isokoko police station for questioning.
Actress Tonto Dikeh whose marriage to Olakunle Churchill crashed a
few months ago has revealed that she is still open to love and will
remarry once she finds true love.
Speaking to Premium Times, Tonto Dikeh said that she is a very private person and that no
one truly knows her.
"I have always been a very private person and anything that people
say about me is what they want to make up. No one truly knows me, no one
knows what I eat or don’t eat. No one knows me and the only thing about
me that is being made public is what I post on social media. So, if I
don’t post it, disregard it." She said
Speaking on her love life and the possibility of getting married
again, Tonto DIkeh said; "Love is a beautiful thing and love is
exquisite. So, of course, I will remarry once I find true love."
Nollywood actress, Uche Jombo has joined several Nigerians taking shots at President Buhari's media media aide, Lauretta Onochie who said no one has the right to enquire about the state of health of the president.
Not long after her comment last night, Uche Jombo simply tweeted, 'Buhari has the worst Aides I swear'.
Despite Real Madrid and Portugal star footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo
being prime favorite to win this year's FIFA's Best awards and Ballon
d'or - Super Eagles and African football legend, Jay Jay Okocha feels
the Portuguese is unfortunate to be in the same generation as his rival,
Ronaldo's heroics for Real Madrid this season, helping them win the
UEFA Champions League and La Liga titles means he will most likely win
his 5th Ballon D'or Award (leveling up with Messi) and his second FIFA
Best award (surpassing Messi who has none), but former PSG and Bolton
Wanderers star, Jay jay Okocha thinks differently.
In an interview with FIFA.com, Okocha said: "I have to be diplomatic
here, especially as I’ve a lot of Portuguese friends, but I tend to lean
towards Messi. He’s a more natural talent"
"Ronaldo is a fantastic player, one of the best I’ve ever seen, but
he’s been a bit unfortunate to be of the same generation as Messi.
Consequently, they have to share the limelight," he added.
"Messi and Ronaldo have dominated world football for a decade and,
given the nature of football, at a certain point the baton will have to
pass to someone else. "I think Neymar has a great chance of filling that
In line with the ‘New Direction Agenda’ of His Excellency.Gov Yahaya
Bello of Kogi state, Senior Special Assistant (SSA) on entertainment,
arts and culture, Mercy Johnson- Okojie is organising the ‘GYB Talent
Hunt’ for youths in the state.
The talent hunt, which is aimed at discovering talented actors and
actresses across Kogi State will help launch their careers in mainstream
Nollywood. Speaking on why she embarked on a talent hunt, Mercy
“This is my way of giving back to the state that made me who I am. I
have been incredibly blessed to have played my little part in the
revolution that is Nollywood, it is now time that my brothers and
sisters in Kogi state get the same opportunity.”
The search for Kogi state’s future Nollywood stars will commence on
August 17 at the Civic Center in Okehi and continue on August 18 at the
Idah Local Government hall, Idah. The team will be in Ayingba on August
19 at the Theater Arts Hall, Kogi State University, Ayingba. The search
ends in Lokoja on August 21, at Riverton hotel.
Joining Mercy Johnson-Okojie on the judging panel are some of
Nollywood’s most reputable acts including, Bimbo Akintola, Francis Duru,
and movie director Frank Rajah.
The first prize winner will be taking home 250,000 naira and a lead role in the upcoming folklore movie ‘INIKPI’.
The first runner up will receive 150,000 naira and a key feature in’
Inikpi’, while the second runner up will win 100,000 naira and a feature
The upcoming movie ‘Inikpi’is a Kogi folklore that tells the story of
an Igala princess ‘Inikpi’, who out of love for her father and her
people, gave her life to save the Igala land from total annihilation in
the hands of their enemy, the Bini Kingdom.
To register, visit www.realmjotv.com For more information, go to:
www.realmjotv.com Instagram: @gybtalenthunt @mercyjohnsonokojie Twitter:
@realmercyj Facaebook: MercyJohnsonOkojie ##
Athletes staying at the Tower Hotel for the World Championships in
London have been struck by food poisoning, event organisers have
The Public Health England says about 30 athletes and support staff have been affected.
Botswana's Isaac Makwala, who is considered to be the main challenger
to Olympic champion and world record holder Wayde van Niekerk for the
400m, withdrew from Monday's 200m heats after a reported bout of food
The IAAF said Makwala withdrew from the 200m "due to a medical condition on the instruction of the IAAF medical delegate".
It is unclear whether he will be able to race in the 400m final, which takes place on Tuesday
Several German and Canadian athletes staying at the Tower Hotel also fell ill last week.
German triple jumper Neele Eckhardt collapsed but was well enough to compete on Saturday, and took part in Monday's final.
30 Germans athletes that arrived this morning have been moved to different accommodation around London.
The Ireland team, who are also staying at the hotel, have confirmed
that one athlete - 400m hurdler Thomas Barr has been affected.
A Local Organising Committee (LOC) statement said: "There have been a
number of cases of gastroenteritis reported by team members residing
within one of the official team hotels.
"Those affected have been supported by both team and LOC medical
staff. In addition, we have been working with Public Health England to
ensure the situation is managed and contained.
"As a result, further advice and guidelines have been issued to team doctors and support staff."
The Tower Hotel said investigations conducted by environmental health
officers and the International Association of Athletics Federations
(IAAF) had shown the hotel was "not the source of the illness". That has
also been confirmed by Public Health England.
The hotel added: "We have followed strict hygiene protocol, ensuring
that those affected are not in contact with other guests and all public
areas have been thoroughly sanitised."
Governors of eighteen Northern States today donated N360 million to
support the Borno State government in addressing problems associated
with humanitarian needs and rebuilding of communities and livelihoods
following the prolonged Boko Haram attacks in the state.
Governors Aminu Bello Masari of Katsina, Nasiru El-Rufai of Kaduna,
Aminu Waziri Tambuwal of Sokoto and Bindo Umaru Jibrilla of Adamawa
States conveyed the donations in cheques issued by Government of the
Northern States with each donating twenty million. The four Governors
flew to Maiduguri in the morning and spent some hours before departing.
While in Maiduguri, the Governors visited one of the internally
displaced persons camps and paid a courtesy call on Governor Kashim
"At our last meeting of the Northern Governors, it was resolved that a
committee was set up to visit Borno. We were nominated as memo the
committee. We are here to show sympathy to the good people of Borno and
in solidarity with our brother, Governor Kashim Shettima. We are solidly
behind him and we stand by him at this trying time. We have also
resolved to be more united than ever before. What affects any of us,
affects all. Each of the 18 northern States is donating N20m totaling
N360m. Some have already issued cheques while others are sending theirs
soon. We will stand in solidarity with each other and we will do
everything humanly possible to ensure that this kind of crisis that
affected the northeast does not affect any other part of the north and
by extension the country" Masari said.
Host Governor Shettima said part of what has kept him going is the empathy of his colleagues from different States in Nigeria.
"As your brother and colleague in this State, one of the things that
has kept me strong despite the calamity of Boko Haram, is the genuine
empathy and encouragement I constantly receive from all of you. Most
Governors have solidly identified with us even when Borno suffered its
most severe neglect between 2011 and 2014. It was at this period that
Boko Haram took over most of our local government areas after very
audacious and bloody attacks. They killed thousands, destroyed
communities, abducted and raped our sisters and daughters. They
destroyed nearly one million residential houses; destroyed over five
thousand classrooms and other school buildings. They destroyed over 200
healthcare centres. They bombed water and electricity installations.
They set large scale farms ablaze, blocked major economic highways like
the Ngala road connecting Nigeria with five countries. Wealthy traders
and international transporters lost their trailers and became poor
overnight. The insurgents kept on launching suicide attacks on the
Maiduguri Monday Market in order to cut off economic activities in the
State. They mounted pressure on the State so much that our local economy
was only charged anytime salaries were paid to workers at the State
level and at the University of Maiduguri which is the second largest
employer in Borno. Traders were terribly affected to the extent that we
had to resort to giving some sort of bailout to some of them.
Shocking as this may sound, throughout that darkest period of large
scale killings and destructions, the total support we got from the
Federal Government was a paltry two hundred million naira. This came at
time the State Government was spending six hundred million naira monthly
to feed about two million internally displaced persons. At that time,
the international community didn't quite appreciate the humanitarian
situation in the northeast. Most of the UN agencies and international
partners started making major food interventions in 2016. It was
actually the unfortunate Chibok abduction of April 2014 that began to
attract focus on Borno. But like I always say, going through difficult
times is not the worst thing in life. The worst is to be hopeless in the
face of difficulty" Shettima said.
Uriel shared these beautiful photos of herself on her IG page and in
one of the captions, she indicated her interest in the hottie of the
moment, Anthony Joshua.
"300K followers ... im dancing Ajasco ....... THANK YOU plsssss oooo Dress/styled by @dukez_n_duchezzmake up and hair by Uriel.... waiting on Anthony joshua in this picture ?"she wrote