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A 43-year-old woman, Alaba Mulika and her 16-year-old daughter, Olamide (surname withheld) have been arrested by the Ogun State Police Command for allegedly trading in cannabis.
The mother and daughter were dwarfs, and the Nigerian Tribune gathered that dwarfism runs in their families, as the woman’s mother, sister and others were also dwarfs.
This was just as a total of 56 suspects were paraded by the Ogun State Police Command on Thursday, with the Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, saying that various units of operatives had been deployed in different areas of the state to curtail kidnapping, robbery, cultism and other crimes.
Fellow Nigerians, unbeknown to many of our people, the battle for who becomes our next President has already started in earnest.
Never mind the fact that the incumbent President is still firmly in power even if he’s spent more time outside than inside in recent times. Despite his absence, President Muhammadu Buhari continues to exert almost total control on the affairs of state through regular phone chats with the Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, who is deeply loyal and committed to their joint cause, and emissaries who criss-cross the two continents to transmit messages to him and relevant officials. Nonetheless, you can’t blame the gladiators for shaping up this early for the big contest that is looming. It is big because it is unlikely that the current incumbent President will run again because of the fragile state of his health. Like joke, like joke, the Buhari/Osinbajo government is in its third year. By this time next year, the general elections would just be about six months away. That’s just too close for comfort.
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Come link up one time, MC Joassycan Pro will be there live so dont dull ya self.
The quality of this visual with adorable story line added to interprete the audio of the banging track of Chief Obi "Carry Go" X YBNL General Olamide will make you want to watch this video again and again.
President Donald Trump on Friday issued fresh threats of swift and forceful retaliation against nuclear North Korea, declaring the US military "locked and loaded" and warning that the communist country's leader "will regret it fast" if he takes any action against US territories or allies.
The warnings came in a cascade of unscripted statements throughout the day, each ratcheting up a rhetorical standoff between the two nuclear nations.
The president appeared to draw another red line that would trigger a US attack against North Korea and "big, big trouble" for its leader, Kim Jong Un.
The unnamed fan got Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s twin’s name’s tattooed on the back of his hands.
We have all heard of celebrity superfans getting their favourite celeb’s name, face or song lyrics permanently tattooed on their skin – but this member of the Beyhive went a step further to prove his ultimate devotion to Queen Bey.
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"Then my dad and mom pray to the devil and their eyes go black," a slim 13-year-old girl from Bloemfontein said via CCTV, as she testified against her parents in the Free State High Court.
While she testified that several men had raped her "one after the other", her father, 44, and mother, 36, sat next to one another in the dock, their eyes glued to the TV, The father wiped over his eyes a few times, as though he had become teary.
"My mother laughed at me. I don’t know why," she testified, claiming that her mother had been present throughout the assaults.
"If I asked her to help me, she said I was a bitch. I deserve it," the tearful teen said.
Responding to a question from Advocate Ena Liebenberg, for the State, she responded: "My dad knew; He took videos."At first, they stayed in a "brick house" in Bloemfontein. She couldn't remember how many "men" had raped her there, "but there were several".
Big Concerts confirmed today that Bryan Adams will be returning to South Africa performing in four cities as part of his Get Up World Tour. Don’t miss the chance to see Bryan Adams performing all his hits live starting in Johannesburg on 9th December at the Ticketpro Dome, 10th December at the Sun Arena, Time Square, Pretoria, 12th December at the Durban ICC and 14th December at the Grand Arena, GrandWest, Cape Town.
The tour is presented in partnership with South Africa’s leading entertainment provider DStv and media sponsors 947, KFM, CapeTalk, East Coast Radio and Channel 24.“Our partnership with Big Concerts provides a fantastic opportunity for DStv to showcase the power of great entertainment by bringing to life our customers’ favourite music content in a multisensory experience. We are also driven by our need to thank our customers for their loyal support through such events,” commented Nomsa Chabeli Mazibuko, Group Head of Marketing: MultiChoice.
The rappers, well known for their hitBad and Boujee, are set
to hit SA shores in October as part of their Culture Tour.
Local record label Mabala Noise, who are behind the massive concert, made the announcement on their social media accounts. According to the label the rap group will perform in Durban on Friday, 20 October at the Durban ICC, and again in Johannesburg on Saturday, 21 October at the Ticketpro Dome.
That’s what Herman Botha, 64,
kept on telling Benita Botha, his daughter-in-law, after a farm attack in the
“You are going to be okay. You are going to pull through,” she
kept on reassuring him,
“He said he was in a lot of pain
and went to lie down on the lawn,” said Benita.
It’s thought that Botha had a
heart attack soon after that and before an ambulance arrived to take him from
the farm to a rugby field in Groblersdal, where an emergency helicopter was on
standby to take him to a hospital in Pretoria. Botha died in the ambulance
before he could be transferred to the helicopter.
Botha, a well-known farmer in the
Loskop district, had an angiogram last week and had two stents inserted in