The picture of the Port Harcourt Serial has now been published and he's currently on the police wanted list in Port Harcourt. This came two days after the man had killed another victim in a hotel on Monday 16th Septemeber.
Celebrity blogger, Linda Ikeji celebrated her son's first year birthday in grand style. The proud mum threw a destination birthday party for her adorable son Jayce in Dubai. Jayce who was born last September turned one yesterday September 17th.
I naturally should ignore lies making the rounds that I’m the father of Tboss’s child. Every child is a blessing from heaven to every new mother and I congratulate TBoss on the new bundle of joy. As for the father, it’s not me.
When Weta confronted her husband, he told her to go look for Auma’s husband and marry him. Weta thought of their constant quarrels and said enough is enough. She summoned the courage and left Matayos in search of Bwire.
Ignore those demanding $1,000 for your flight. We have not designated or recruited any agent in South Africa to collect money on behalf of Air Peace. So, nobody should pay money to anyone or group of persons posing as Air Peace agent or staff.
“Tacha came from a regular Nigerian middle class family (correct me if am wrong) Uncle Seyi came from a well-known Family that their name alone will automatically open doors for you so yea if he hadn’t been Awolowo’s grandson.”
"Things were tough and hard for him and his family so he resorted to 41-day dry fasting and prayer for spiritual help As it stands now, Ikechukwu is currently receiving treatment at the Accident and Emergency Ward of Federal Teaching Hospital in Abakaliki"
Under interrogation, Chidinma admitted, that the Ponzi scheme was initially registered as a Non-Governmental Organization(NGO) and that she was running it in connivance with her accomplice, one Ken Onyekwere Okwuikpo who resides in PortHarcourt, Rivers State.
“My heart cries for my Nigerian brothers and sisters who have been senselessly killed in South Africa. “I strongly condemn this hateful discrimination and xenophobia. I pray for us to come together as a continent to fight this injustice.”
The police prosecutor, Patrick Agbonifo, informed the court that the convict stole the sum of N3,520 from the church. He said the offenses were punishable under Sections 415 and 390 of the Criminal Code