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Ondo health school students allegedly gang-rape mate
Three students of the School of Health and Technology in Ondo state’s capital Akure, have been arrested by the state’s police command for allegedly gang-raping their schoolmate.  The suspects identified as Damilola Aderoboye, Charles Eyitayo and Blessing Michael have been transferred to the Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department of the command for... Read more
50 Cent stops Wendy Williams from entering his party (video)
Wendy Williams got turned away by 50 Cent after she showed up for the rapper’s pool party at New Jersey’s BarCode on Saturday.  Sharing a footage in which the 55-year-old daytime talk show host was spotted wearing her now-signature Yankees hat, 50 Cent stated that she can’t just show up... Read more
Man pranks his girlfriend by pretending he had another girl at home and her reaction has Instagram users in stitches (video)
A man pranked his girlfriend by setting up a dummy to make it look like he had another woman in the house. The girlfriend’s reaction when she walked in will have you watching the video multiple times. In the viral video, the man can be seen putting the dummy... Read more
37 FRSC officials arrested for extorting money from motorists on Nigerian highways
A Joint Inter-Agency Team led by the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has arrested 37 officials of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) for allegedly extorting money from motorists on Nigerian highways.   The Team, comprising officials of ICPC, FRSC and the Department of State... Read more
We defeated IBB and Abacha, we won’t allow another dictator — Femi Falana
Femi Falana on Monday August 18, reiterated that there is nothing wrong in calling for revolution as Nigerian leaders in the past did same.  Speaking at a symposium organised by Coalition for Revolution (CORE) in Lagos, the human rights lawyer recalled how early Nigerian political leaders called for revolution during the... Read more
Woman thought she had kidney stones but gave birth to triplets
A South Dakota mother-of-two went to the hospital earlier this month thinking she had kidney stones but she was surprised to find out she was about to give birth to triplets. Dannette Giltz had suffered kidney stones and also experienced pregnancy labor. This time, when she was in labour, she thought she... Read more
NYPD fires officer who put Eric Garner in chokehold even as he shouted ‘I can’t breathe’
A New York City police officer involved in the death of an unarmed American man, named Eric Garner, has been fired by the department five years after. Eric Garner, 43, was killed by police on Staten Island in 2014 and his death elicited outrage and spurred Black Lives Matter activists into action. Garner... Read more
Ex-VP Mphoko makes dramatic escape
The Herald Freeman Razemba Crime Reporter FORMER Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko yesterday agreed to surrender himself to Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) officers at a Bulawayo police station, but beat a hasty retreat and sped off movie-style, leaving the investigating officers shell-shocked. In a dramatic incident that became the talk... Read more
Zim targets Japan for investment
The Herald Fidelis Munyoro Chief Reporter Zimbabwe is targeting the forthcoming Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) as part of the “open for business” drive to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) needed to develop all sectors of the economy. The three-day TICAD Summit, slated for August 28... Read more
Facilitate Gukurahundi apology, NPRC told
The Herald Bulawayo Bureau Speaker of Parliament Advocate Jacob Mudenda has urged the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) to advocate a national apology for past conflicts, including Gukurahundi. He said a confession from Government would help the country move on from its past and pave way for successful... Read more