BIG SHAME:As ​Edo State Lawmakers Wrestles Fiercely to remove Speaker

We brought you reports yesterday that The speaker of the Edo State House of Assembly, Justin Okonoboh, has been impeached by lawmakers at the Assembly on Monday in Benin City, the state capital.

In a video clip that has gone viral on the Internet, lawmakers of the Edo state were seen wrestling vigorously in a free for all fight.

According to reports, 19 members of the state House of Assembly impeached the Speaker of the House, Mr Justin Okonoboh, his deputy, Mrs Elizabeth Atvie and the Majority Leader of the House, Folly Ogedengbe for alleged abuse of office.

The lawmakers accused the Speaker of abuse of office, illegal award of contract and high handedness.

The lawmakers consequently elected the former Chief whip of the House, Mr Kabiru Adjoto, representing Akoko Edo constituency 1 as the new Speaker, Victor Edoror (Esan Central) was elected Deputy Speaker while Rolland Asoro (Orhiomwon South) was elected Majority Leader.

As it is now, the political tripod of the state has changed as Edo North now has the Speaker, Central district the Deputy while Edo South where Governor Obaseki hails from now has the Majority Speaker position.



Justice Abdulaziz Anka of a Lagos Federal High Court on Wednesday ordered that the fundamental rights enforcement suit filed by billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, also known as Evans against the Nigeria Police Force will proceed.

Kidnapper Evans Wins First Case In Court, To Continue Trial

Anka gave the ruling while dismissing the objections of counsel to the Nigeria Police Force, Emmanuel Eze, during proceedings in Evans’ N300m suit.

The judge agreed with Counsel to Evans, Olukoya Ogungbeje that service on the first and second respondents in the case had been properly effected.

The first and second respondents in the suit are the Inspector General of Police, the Nigeria Police Force. The other respondents are the Lagos State Police Commissioner and the Special Anti Robbery Squad, SARS.

Justice Anka also ruled that leave was not required for the matter to be heard during vacation as Order 4 Rule 5 of the Fundamental Rights Enforcement Procedure Rules of 2009, enjoins the court to pursue speed and justice on issues of fundamental human rights.

Evans, through his lawyer had filed a N300m lawsuit against the police, challenging his continued detention since June 10 without arraignment.

The billionaire kidnapper is asking the court to award him N300m as exemplary damages for his alleged illegal detention and the alleged harm caused by his media trial.

 Another Deadly Ritualist Den Discovered In Lagos (Photos)

Wetin  dey happen for Lagos nah?

From Ajala Obadeyi in Ijaiye Ojokoro to Ile-Zik here In Ikeja, Lagos, na wa o!

Reports reaching us again stated that another ritualist den was discovered at Ile-Zik along the Lagos – Abeokuta Expressway.

Hmm, dem say police nab two suspects with correct IPhone after the top officers throw tear gas inside the drainage hole for Ile-Zik.

We also heard that ACP, Tunji Disu and other senior police officers were all on ground during the arrest.

Na so we see am o.

See shocking photos below…

“PHOTOS: Kidnappers’ den uncovered in Lagos, suspect set ablaze

Suspected kidnappers’ den was discovered on Tuesday around a canal at Obadeyi Ajala, Ijaiye end of the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway.

A highway sweeper with the Lagos State Waste Management Agency raised the alarm when she heard the voice of a woman calling for help from the canal.

A suspected kidnapper, who fled from the canal, was caught by a mob and set ablaze before the arrival of the police at the scene.” –

​Venezuela’s currency is so worthless that people don’t count it but weight it

The Inflation rate in Venezuela is predictable to be 720 % this year, with the biggest Bolivar bank note now to be valued at just US5 cents on the black market. Few shop cashiers reported that they have started weighing rather than counting the pack of cash which consumers offer to them, and normal size purse have become useless in the South American regions. Many citizens now carry a large amount of cash in handbags, money belts, or backpacks instead of wallets. The scene shows hyperinflation and its effects.

In 2014, the dropping international oil prices destroyed the economy of Venezuela. To fix the issue, President Nicolás Maduro reacted by altering the currency exchange rate and ordered banks to produce more money, which eventually undervalued the cash, while goods prices rose. Jesus Casique, a consulting company executive, told the news site that even this method of weighing cash was not very common everywhere, it was an indication of a monetary disaster. He said that when we start weighing cash instead of counting it shows the rise in inflation. It is worst that Venezuelans don’t realize how terrible it is because the authorities do not announce the facts and figures.

Humberto Gonzalez, who runs a meat and cheese selling shop in the city, said that he uses similar scales to weigh and assess pieces of salty white cheese and the tons of bills which consumers handed over to him. Mr. Gonzalez told Bloomberg that it is a very sad thing and at this point, he believes that the cheese values more. Oil accounts for an amazing 95% of the Venezuela’s exports, and one-fourth of the country’s economy, with the generated revenues fulfilling approximately half the government’s budget. This kind of dependency on only a single export discourages all the other businesses in the country and this is known by economists as Dutch Disease.

When the price of oil in the universal market distorted in 2014 by two-third, Venezuela had nothing much for its backup. So, an ordinary response would have been for the Bolivar to fall. But Mr. Maduro, who died in 2013, as a substitute attempted to alter the exchange rate, generating a gigantic black market for money. Buying dollars and selling them for Bolivars set a feedback loop which increases inflation. The 42-year-old owner of a small newspaper kiosk told that he gently fills a plastic bag with his daily income, approximately 100,000 Bolivar (around £42) in notes of 10, 20, 50 and 100 Bolivars. Venezuela has one of the highest crime rates and he is afraid to lose his money while carrying to another place.

The ATM machines need to be refilled every 4 hours. The value of money dropped to the ground. Bremmer Rodrigues, the owner of a bakery, said that it is difficult to manage his daily hundreds of bills. He hides the cash in his office, stacks in cartons to carry it to the bank. He said if anyone sees him like this, he might be misguided for a drug trader.

Shocking !!! See what these women go through just to become pregnant

The agony of a woman not having a child can not be quantified by any measurement in the world, so no one can blame these women for going the extra mile to ensure they are also called mothers.

This is the story of dozens of women in Indian who are desperately looking for a child as they allow ‘God-men’ to trample over them. Tribal women in Andhra Pradesh, southern India, have performed this ritual for generations during the annual festival of Ekadashi, during the month of July.

Panic as sheep delivers human-like lamb [See Photo]

Residents of South District of the Ashanti Region have been thrown into panic over the delivery of a human-like lamb in the area.

The strange birth had forced the traditional authority to schedule special rituals in order to cleanse the land of possible curse.

Chief of the predominantly farming community, Nana Druye Adarkwa the second, called for the creature to his palace minutes after it was delivered on Saturday.

The chiefs and the people were in serious panic that the presence of the creature could bring calamity to the community.

Nana Druye Adarkwa the second told Nhyira FM that the creature cannot be taken for an ordinary sheep.

According to him, “the lamb has eyes, eyebrows, mouth and nose which look like a human being.

“The rituals will mitigate any bad omen that may befall him and his people.”

Nana Druye added that he had since sent emissary to search for the owner of the sheep, pending performance of the rituals.