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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Nigerian Navy arrests 12 crew members of an oil vessel for Illegal bunkering in Akwa Ibom State (Photos)











A team of operatives of the EFCC, led by the Uyo Zonal Head, Abdulkarim Chukkol on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, at the Nigerian Navy Forward Operating Base FOB at Ibaka Town in Oron, Akwa Ibom State, took delivery of a vessel, MV SWORD FISH V, its 12 crew members and illegally bunkered diesel, (Automotive Gas Oil AGO), which were arrested by the Nigerian Navy.



Speaking at the handing over of both the vessel and crew members, the Acting Commanding Officer, Navy Captain R.O. Adoki disclosed that the vessel, its captain and his crew members and the illegally bunkered petroleum product were arrested at Monipulo Nigeria Limited Platform at Agbani Oil Field by a team of naval officers on patrol.





The arrested sailors onboard the vessel are: Bakpa Yerinmene (Captain), Aremu Temiloluwa (Chief Mate), Marvel Douye Prince (Deck Cadet), Bakumo Uyatede (Chief Engineer), Izamohi Samson(Engr Cadet), Jonathan Tuoyo (AB 1), Iyaragba Ebimayenimigha (AB 2), Abejuwa Clever (AB 3), Pius Ziko (AB 4), Omoniyi Oba Joseph (Oiler 1), Imangbe David (Oiler 2) and Jumbo Anthony (Cook).



Speaking to journalists, Chukkol condemned the action of the illegal bunkerers and promised swift and thorough investigation which he said will be carried to a logical conclusion, adding that the arrested suspects will face prosecution if they are found culpable.

Egyptian football legend Mido faces flogging in Saudi Arabia after insulting a fan on Twitter









Egyptian football legend and former Tottenham striker, Mido, may likely face ten strokes of the cane in Saudi Arabia after being accused of insulting a fan on social media.

The 36-year-old has since been sacked as coach of club Al-Wehda after abusing the supporter on social media, sources said.

Trouble started after a fan wrote to him on social media after Al-Wehda’s latest 4-0 defeat to rivals Al-Nassrin the Saudi league.

A supporter wrote online: “Please, resign from your rule as Al Wehda coach, we understand your coaching style, but it is not helpful, it is better for you to be pundit, your words is good, but as coach you are not so well.”

Mido allegedly replied: “pu**y of your aunt’s mother”.

The ex-striker denied responsibility for the abusive Twitter post despite it being sent from his verified account and insisted his page had been hacked.

He said: “I respect the decision of the board, but my account was hacked and I’m going to use all my legal tools to prove it.”

In Saudi Arabia, it's an offense under the law of the strict Islamic kingdom to publicly insult a Saudi national. Punishment for such a crime has previously been flagellation.

A club source told The Sun yesterday: “Saudi law has made it clear that using social media to insult or threaten someone will end in punishment.

“Saudi newspapers have written that anyone found guilty for insulting a Saudi national will receive a punishment of 10 floggings.

“The club stepped in before any fan went to the Saudi police and had him arrested. He is still in danger of punishment.” Since his appointment in January, Mido helped the team in 13 matches, winning six, losing four and drawing three.

In a statement, Mido said yesterday: “Thanks to Al-Wehda board and thanks to the fans.

“I held the responsibility in tough conditions and with the support of God, the board, the players’ dedication, the technical, the administrative and the medical staff I was able to lead the team to outstanding performance and results which were hailed by everyone.”

Labour Party sues INEC over exclusion from fact-finding meeting In Rivers State












Labour Party has filed a suit against the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over its exclusion from a meeting with the fact-finding committee sent to Rivers State to investigate the irregularities that marred elections in the state.



In a suit filed before a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja on Tuesday marked FHC/AB/306/2019, the Labour Party and its governorship candidate in the March 9 governorship and house of assembly elections, Isaac Wonwu, are praying to court to determine whether INEC was right to have excluded them from meeting INEC’s fact-finding team that was sent to the state to look into the disputes arising from the polls.



The party is also praying the court to stop the electoral body from proceeding, as it had announced, with the resumption and declaration of the results of the polls until the matter has been determined.



INEC has scheduled Wednesday, March 20, 2019, for the announcement of the result of the March 9 elections held in the state.

How true is this about relationships?









Every relationship, including marriage, has "ups and downs" and these social media users have tried to interpret what ups and downs means in different relationships.

Do you share their sentiments?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit New Zealand House in London to sign condolence book following Christchurch massacre












The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited New Zealand House in London yesterday to pay tribute to victims of the Christchurch massacre in New Zealand.



The Queen asked Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to represent the British royal family at the event, having been the last members to visit New Zealand when they went there last year on their first overseas tour to the South Pacific.



The couple signed a book of condolence on behalf of the Royal Family, writing: "We are with you."



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'I love you no matter what' - R Kelly wishes his enstranged daughter 'Happy Birthday' despite being branded a 'Monster' by her











R. Kelly has just sent birthday wishes to his eldest daughter on her 21st birthday today.



The embattled singer dropped a “Happy Birthday” song to Joann Kelly, his daughter with ex-wife Drea Kelly making it the first time he’s tweeted anything since January 1.



Joann, who performs under the stage name Buku Abi, had been quiet on the controversy surrounding her father until earlier this year, when she made a lengthy statement. “My choice to not speak on him and what he does is for peace of mind. My emotional state. And for MY healing,” Joann said back in January, adding that it has been very “difficult to process it all.”


Family for life ???? ? pic.twitter.com/ZEeBslMtHW— R. Kelly (@rkelly) March 20, 2019

However, Kelly is still reaching out to his daughter, especially after paying off his six-figures in back child support. After singing the birthday song, Kelly told his daughter, “I love you … no matter what, I love you so much.”

'That's her personal problem' - Leo replies after Khloe calls him a 'snake' (Video)













During a re-union episode of th last BBNaija reality show, the housemates were brought back to relive the moments when they were in the house and Khloe went on camera to say, 'I'm cool with all the housemates except for one person that we can never be friends. Myself and Leo Dasilva can never be cool because I don't like snakes'.



In his response on Twitter, he simply said, 'that's her own personal problem'.



See the video and his response below....

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