5 July 2016

Father Accidentally Shoots Son Dead At 'World's Safest Gun Range'

A father has accidentally shot and killed his teenage son at a firing range that boasted about its safety record.

Stephen J. Brumby, 14, was shooting with his dad William 'Clayton' Brumby, 64, against a wall at High Noon Gun's in Sarasota, Florida, when he was tragically hit by a stray bullet on Sunday.

Two of the youngster's six siblings - his 24-year-old brother and 12-year-old sister - were also there, and watched as he bled out, according to reports.

The boy was taken to hospital after the shooting but was pronounced dead a short time later.

Police said in a statement: 'After firing a round, the spent shell casing struck the wall causing it to deflect and fall into the back of (the elder) Mr. Brumby's shirt.

'Brumby then used his right hand, which was holding the handgun, in an attempt to remove the casing. While doing so, he inadvertently pointed the firearm directly behind him and accidentally fired.'

His mother Elizabeth later uploaded a picture of her dead son with the message: 'There are no words'.

The family have also set up a GoFundMe page in a bid to help the family with their expenses.

The description on the page read: 'Stephen Brumby, the fourth of seven children and the son of Clayton and Elizabeth Brumby died tragically July 3rd 2016.

'In his 14 years of life he was described as “a meteor that couldn’t be contained” by his family or anyone that knew him.

'He loved fishing, tennis music, archery, and knife throwing. He had an insatiable appetite to learn and was constantly sharing his wisdom with those around him.

'He was passionate about his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and dedicated his life to sharing his hope with everyone he met.

'The families’ only comfort is knowing that He is communing with the heroes of his faith and rejoicing in paradise.

A father has accidentally shot and killed his teenage son at a firing range that boasted about its safety record.

Stephen J. Brumby, 14, was shooting with his dad William 'Clayton' Brumby, 64, against a wall at High Noon
Gun's in Sarasota, Florida, when he was tragically hit by a stray bullet on Sunday.

Two of the youngster's six siblings - his 24-year-old brother and 12-year-old sister - were also there, and watched as he bled out, according to reports.

30 June 2016

Cat Transforms Into Young Girl In Ibadan

Stories like this surface from time to time, but later the family of the 'human being' involved will come out to deny and claim that she is mentally unstable and they've been looking for her, end of story.

According to Fresh FM's Head of News in Ibadan, this girl transformed from a cat. Details below...



PHOTOS: Who Is Doing This To Naija Ladies?

Lol! When I saw this pic, what came to my mind is how I'm going to help some ladies who have allowed the greed for "instant gratification" affect their future without knowing. See my take below...


Look at these two photos well: Many so called fine girls today will reject Vincent Enyeama as he was in 2004, but they can kill themselves or kill another lady today just to be his woman. If you try to advise them, they will tell you that every lady want to marry a rich man, that they are not the only one.

Guess what? You are just misguided. There is no permanent rich or poor man, you are simply blinded by your desire for immediate enjoyment. A rich man today can be FLAT BLOKE in less than 5 years from now. A regular guy today can be SUPER RICH in the next 5 years or even less.

That is why many marriages are failing, as the averagely rich guys are seeing their woman as trophy wife who married them because she is fine and he is rich. If that man become broke, you can't cope. Troubles!

Ladies, if you can't marry a man like Enyeama as he then was and grow with him to where he is today, just know that you are being ruled by greed... Check yourself and change for your own good!

Former Nigeria Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ojo Maduekwe dies at 71

Former Minister of Foreign Affairs and one time Minister of Transportation, Ojo Maduekwe, has died. He died today June 29th. He was aged 71. He was appointed Foreign Minister of Nigeria on July 26, 2007 by President Umaru Yar’Adua and was made Minister of Transport by former President Olusegun Obasanjo in 2001. May his soul rest in peace Amen.

10 June 2016

Young Nigerian Marry 86 years White Lady For Money


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I think the these is a complete bullshit ,a young Nigerian recently got married to an overage white ,a woman i assume is old enough to be his mother ,all because of money

Jessica Williams – Use Sex For Getting Role Not Drive Success




Some want to be actresses would do whatever it will need to be famous, including slept with movie producer only one celebrity who considers such actresses will not last is Jessica Williams.

Jessica Williams ghana

Mystical Women, Mabre Agu, Lil Win and Bukom no actress makes it to the top if she likes sex for role instead of putting her talent to good use, According to the new actress that has featured in movies such as Prince Sam. To Jessica, such actions do not guarantee that one will make it. “There are a lot of actresses in Ghana nevertheless, you can barely count up fifteen A list actresses. Question me the location exactly where the rest are” she shared with Showbiz within a talk to a couple of months ago.

The graduate of Accra Polytechnic who majored in Bookkeeping mentioned that some wannabe actresses are way too keen becoming renowned because of this the important thing purpose why to finish every thing to you need to producers.

“How a great deal of producers could it be feasible to sleeping with so it’ll be to the top degree? A movie producer is likely to make the most of you following he realizes you’ll be keen to finish almost something to possess a place,” she integrated.

Although she really is probably not that favored, Jessica getting handled Jackie Appiah, David Gardiner, John Dumelo and Yvonne Nelson defined the onus is positioned concerning the celeb to persuade the business she is achieved. She exposed that some actresses possessed offered in numerous movement photos but possessed not been lucrative because they’re not achieved.

9 June 2016

Graphic pics: Young man reportedly hacked to death by suspected cultists in Calabar

According to unconfirmed report on Facebook by Ekeng Iyang, the young man pictured was hacked to death in broad day light today at Mayne Avenue by Palm Street, Calabar, in what seems to be a cult attack. The photos are very graphic.

8 June 2016

STEPHEN Keshi dies at age 54


What a sad day for Nigeria! One of Nigeria’s most iconic sports personalities, former Super Eagles captain and former coach of the team, Stephen Keshi, has died. According to his family, he died in the early hours of today Wednesday June 8th of Cardiac arrest in Benin, Edo state. He was just 54 years old. He wasn’t even ill, he just suddenly died. His family has announced his death.
“With thanksgiving to God, the Ogbuenyi Fredrick Keshi family of Illah in Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State, announces the death of Mr. Stephen Okechukwu Chinedu Keshi.ur son, brother, father, father-in-law, brother-in-law, has gone to be with his wife of 35 years (Nkem ), Mrs. Kate Keshi, who passed on on the 9th December 2015. Since her death, Keshi has been in mourning. He came back to Nigeria to be with her. He had planned to fly back today Wednesday, before he suffered a cardiac arrest. He has found rest.” his brother Emmanuel Ado

Causes OF Heart Attacks

From the a perspective of health, cardiovascular disease is a public enemy number one.  According to the World Heart Federation, 17 million people die every year of CVDs, mostly from heart attacks and strokes- that is more than victims of cancer, malaria, HIV and AIDS combined.  
A person is said to have a heart attack when the blood flow to the heart is suddenly cut off, leading to decrease the supply of oxygen and nutrients which is vital for proper functioning  of the heart. When oxygen fails to supply to various important organ such as brain, liver, kidney, etc. this may eventually lead to death of tissue within the organs and their ultimate failure.
What causes heart Attacks?
Heart Attacks are generally caused by the blockage that prevents blood from flowing into the heart. Mostly due to build-up of fatty deposits in the arteries, making the blood vessels narrower and less flexible. So, the blood vessels are blocked by the blood clots, restricting the blood flow to the heart muscles.
The major reason for heart attacks depends largely on many factors. It includes-
  • Blood pressure: A person is said to have high blood pressure or  hypertension when pressure in the arteries is above the normal range. Hypertension makes your heart work harder than normal to pump blood through the blood vessels. This  phenomenon may lead to narrow the blood vessels and block from the blood clots from lining of the blood vessel wall, which lead to a heart attack.
  • Cholesterol: High cholesterol level in your blood can also cause heart attacks. Over time, cholesterol builds up in the walls of arteries and arteries becomes narrowed, making difficult for blood to flow into your heart. When enough oxygen  cannot reach your heart and its supply of blood  is cut off completely, finally, it leads to a heart attack.
  • Smoking or tobacco: Smoking carries a double risk of a heart attack. It reduces the blood circulation by narrowing the arteries, making your heart beat faster and blood pressure goes up. This gives a way to form a clot. When a clot blocks the flow of blood to your heart, then it causes heart attacks.
  • Family history heart attacks:  The cardiovascular disease can also be inherited. If your parents or grandparent had a history of heart attack then you are also likely to have one. Your genes are passed down from them and sometimes, they are responsible for passing, such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels.  Although, you don’t have a control over these situations, however, in order to stop the risk factors for your next generation, you need to live a healthy life like quitting smoking(if you are) and decreasing cholesterol level as normal as possible.
  • Obesity: A person with obesity has a greater risk of heart disease than someone who is not.
  • Stress: Study has shown that the emotional stress increases blood pressure level of cholesterol and changes the blood clots that increases the chances of heart attack. Stress changes the body behavior about the blood and nervous system which carries a negative impact on your heart. It often leads to poor habits like smoking, drinking and unhealthy eating.

UNILORIN Lecturer Caught in The Act with Female Student


Just because of five minutes enjoyment, he lost his appointment and respects.
A lecturer at the Department of English, University of Ilorin, Dr Mohammed Idiagbon, has been removed as head of the department for engaging in 'sexual things' with a student of the institution.

Dr Idiagbon was removed as the HoD after his act with the young lady leaked online.
According to sources in the university, it was confirmed that he intimidated and wooed the student. The said the lecturer had invited her to his office and allegedly proposed romantic friendship with her.

One of the sources said the student secretly recorded the conversation between her and the lecturer.

He said, “The lecturer did not r*pe the student, but only tried to intimidate her to become his lover.”

A female source said when the matter was reported to the authorities of the institution, a panel was set up to investigate the matter and the lecturer was queried.

She added that the lecturer was removed as the HoD to avoid interference while investigations continued.

The lecturer, knowing the implication of his action, has resigned his appointment from the university.

6 June 2016

How Nigerian Girl, Amina, Died of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome after Buying Drugs from Quack Chemist

I'm short of words...don't even know what to say about this girl's story...
Following the death of 14-year-old Amina Ibrahim, after reacting to a combination of drugs that she took, Punch's Motunrayo Joel writes about the dangers of self-prescription and Stevens-Johnson syndrome, the rare but dangerous medical condition that it can trigger.

Amina Ibrahim’s mother, Maryam, rushed to her daughter’s bedside, knelt down and began to pray loudly in Hausa, hot tears running down her face soaking her black hijab. Her wailing rang out loud and clear filling the air within Mohammed Abdullahi Wase Specialist Hospital in Kano State.

“I hoped that my baby will survive. She cannot die; she will be healed. You cannot die; we will all go home together,” she cried. Sadly, Amina didn’t rise up to pacify her. 14-year-old Amina died.

“Your death could have been avoided. What did I do wrong, why did my daughter have to die?

My Amina, I refuse to believe you are gone,” she cried. As she cried, her husband, Bala Ibrahim, looked on. His vacant eyes staring into space. Bala held his daughter’s hand. He could not touch her face or hug her in death. Stevens-Johnson syndrome, the medical condition that Amina succumbed to, had left her face and body terribly disfigured.

As tears rolled down Maryam’s eyes and her hijab got even more wet, the doctors and other hospital workers who struggled to save the fourteen-year-old’s life moved in to console her.

Shortly after she started wailing, the Accident and Emergency ward of the hospital began to fill up with people who heard her and came to console her. Within a short while, the entire ward was a cacophony of noise and screams.

Stevens-Johnson syndrome is a life-threatening skin condition that disfigures the body before finishing off its victim.

Mayoclinic.org, the website of foremost US medical group, Mayo Clinic, describes Stevens-Johnson syndrome as a “rare, serious disorder of skin and mucous membranes” that is usually “a reaction to a medication or an infection.”

It says, “Often, Stevens-Johnson syndrome begins with flu-like symptoms, followed by a painful red or purplish rash that spreads and blisters. Then the top layer of the affected skin dies and sheds.”

Maryam told our correspondent that her daughter’s health problems started when she started reacting to the drugs she bought from a local drug dispenser in their neighbourhood. These drug dispensers are called ‘chemists’ across Nigeria.

Punch learnt that Amina, who resided with her parents in Dala Local Government Area of Kano State, developed body pains after taking the drugs.

Maryam said, “I wish I had told Amina not to go to that particular chemist. But how could I have known that she embarked on a trip to her death? My children and I usually patronise the chemist. We do not have money. I am a housewife while my husband is an electrician. We feed on the little money my husband makes on a daily basis. I have five children; we cannot afford to be visiting a hospital every time we are ill. My daughter complained of cold and cough which made her visit the chemist to get some medications.

“On May 26, Amina and her younger brother went to the chemist near where we live in Dala council area. She told the chemist what was wrong with her. I later learned that it was the chemist’s son who was on duty that day. The boy is about 19 years old.”

Mrs. Ibrahim, who spoke through a female interpreter, added that the boy prescribed an antibiotic, Septrin, to Amina, claiming that it would relieve her of her discomfort.

According to her, later in the evening of that day, Amina took the drug (septrin) and within an hour, her lips and tongue got swollen and her eyes became red.

“The pain was unbearable for her. We did not know what to do. I had to check the expiry date on the drug sachet to be sure it had not expired. But I could not find any date, ’’ she stated wiping tears with her palms.

She further said Amina returned to the chemist the next day to complain of her reaction to the drug.

‘‘I followed her to the chemist and we met him in his shop. He said Amina was developing symptoms of chicken pox and that she would need to be placed on injection and other drugs to fight the ailment. We heeded his advice, believing he was an expert in health matters,” her mother said.

She told our correspondent that the chemist gave her daughter a combination of drugs which included paracetamol, ciproxin, puriton, ciprotob and blood tonic to treat the chicken pox which he claimed Amina had.

“Immediately she completed her injection doses, things got out of hand. My beautiful daughter changed into someone I could not recognise. Her face turned black as if she got burnt. Her health also deteriorated daily,” she said.

Throughout his narration, Amina’s father, was lost in thought. Once in a while, a solitary teardrop would travel from one of his eyes, down his face and on to his cheeks. He did not wipe these tears. He just stared into space.

Actress Bibi celebrates Her Birthday With No Panties & Bra?

Actress Bibi Bright, who's the founder of Carridad Films in Ghana, just turned 30 and to mark her day she decided to hit the internet with these tempting photos where she had no pant or bra. 


Photos. Nigerians React to Brymo advise To a fan that begged for school fees to drop out of school




It is gradually becoming a trend for the fans of Nigerian celebrities to beg them for money to either pay school fees of start up a small scale business.
Many times, the celebrities succumb and help out. Weeks ago, Davido supported a fan with N50,000, Kcee gave N85,000 to yet another fan who begged him to pay her school fees. Then Funke Akindele bought Tricycle (Keke Napep) for another twitter user.

However, singer Brymo is not as charitable as others; to him, nothing good comes so easy.

It all started when a Twitter user sent him a heartfelt note. “Please sir, kindly help me with anything you have. I need to pay for my tuition fee which is 65,000,” the fan said. “Please shower mercy on me.”

And Brymo did shower him with more than mercy; he asked the fan to drop out of school and go pursue he dreams. “It’s what I did,” Brymo added.

And this has sparked a debate about how young Nigerians are quick to hop on celebrities pages, asking for money. While some people applauded the ‘Klitoris’ singer for not playing Father Christmas, others felt he was damn too harsh.

President Buhari To On 10-Day Vacation To London For Medical Reasons

President Muhammadu Buhari will take a 10 days vacation to London on Monday June 6th, to rest.

During the holiday, he will see an E.N.T. specialist for a persistent ear infection.
According to a statement released,it says;

President Muhammadu Buhari will take 10 days off and travel to London on Monday June 6th to rest. During the holiday, he will see an E.N.T. specialist for a persistent ear infection. The President was examined by his Personal Physician and an E.N.T Specialist in Abuja and was treated. Both Nigerian doctors recommended further evaluation purely as a precaution.


FEMI ADESINA
Special Adviser
(Media and Publicity)

Novak Djokovic Wins 2016 French Open Title .

Novak Djokovic Beat  Andy Murray in four straights to win the French Open title despite Andy Murray's strong start to the match
Andy Murray won the first set 6-3, but the Serbian tennis guru Djokovic subdued  the 29 year-old Scot to win the final four rounds  3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 at Roland Garros.


With this win, Djokovic has won all the four major titles this year and in taking a twelfth Grand Slam the Serb became only the third man ever to hold all four of the Major titles at once.

Murray said “what he’s achieved is phenomenal ...
It’s not happened for an extremely long time and it’s going to take an extremely long time for it to happen again... obviously it sucks to lose the match ... I’m proud to have been part of today.”
Djokovic who spoke in French, later slipped into English for Murray's benefit 
'Talking of “very special moments we’ve shared ... I’m sure I’ll be seeing you with big trophies in the future ... I know how much work you guys put in .. he’s one of the most dedicated guys on the tour.
My family, my team, thank you so much for tolerating everything on a daily basis. There’s plenty of things I can talk about til tomorrow ... but thank you so much for being able to manage me.”
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Welcome To The Holy Month ,Ramadan fast begins Today

Ramadan fast begins tomorrow June 6th

The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar III has directed all Muslims to begin the Ramadan fast tomorrow June 6. The Sultan gave the directive in Sokoto on Sunday, saying that the new moon was sighted in various states in the country and that the moon sighting was verified by the National Moon Sighting Committee.
"Today, 29th Day of Shaaban, 1437 AH, equivalent to June, 5, 2016, therefore marks the end of Shaaban. Therefore, tomorrow, June 6, 2016 is equivalent to the 1st of Ramadan,1437 AH,” The Sultan said in a statement

4 June 2016

Do Not Cook With Fire On Sunday 5th June Benin Kingdom Advises Residents

A press statement signed & released by Secretary to the Benin Traditional Council, Mr. Frank Irabor, has advised Benin kingdom residents not to cook with fire on Sunday - the day of Igberimwin in the royal funeral rites programme. 

According to the statement, cooking without fire is in accordance with Benin customs & tradition and is part of activities for the continuation of the 15 days funeral rites of late Benin Monarch, Oba Erediauwa.

Flavour Put His Living Room On Display

 Check out Flavour living room .........................

Guys, Would You Be Being A House-Husband If Your Wife Can Comfortably pay The Bills


Guys, Would You Be Being A House-Husband If Your Wife Can Comfortably pay The Bills?

3 June 2016

Euro 2016 Complete Fixtures

All league matches are all on hold for now ,as euro best players will be in action in France these June to July for these yer euro championship ,i have comprehensively gather the fixtures of these year tournament  .
GROUP A  
Friday, June 10: France v Romania (20:00, Stade de France, Paris)
Saturday, June 11: Albania v Switzerland (14:00, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens)
Wednesday, June 15: Romania v Switzerland (17:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)
Wednesday, June 15: France v Albania (20:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)
Sunday, June 19: Romania v Albania (20:00, Stade de Lyon)
Sunday, June 19: Switzerland v France (20:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)
GROUP B
Saturday, June 11: Wales v Slovakia (17:00, Stade de Bordeaux)
Saturday, June 11: England v Russia (20:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)
Wednesday, June 15: Russia v Slovakia (14:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)
Thursday, June 16: England v Wales (14:00, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens)
Monday, June 20: Russia v Wales (20:00, Stadium de Toulouse)
Monday, June 20: Slovakia v England (20:00, Stade Geoffroy Guichard, St Etienne)
GROUP C  
Sunday, June 12: Poland v Northern Ireland (17:00, Stade de Nice)
Sunday, June 12: Germany v Ukraine (20:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)
Thursday, June 16: Ukraine v Northern Ireland (17:00, Stade de Lyon)
Thursday, June 16: Germany v Poland (20:00, Stade de France, Paris)
Tuesday, June 21: Ukraine v Poland (17:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)
Tuesday, June 21: Northern Ireland v Germany (17:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)
GROUP D  
Sunday, June 12: Turkey v Croatia (14:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)
Monday, June 13: Spain v Czech Republic (14:00, Stadium de Toulouse)
Friday, June 17: Czech Republic v Croatia (17:00, Stade Geoffroy Guichard, St Etienne)
Friday, June 17: Spain v Turkey (20:00, Stade de Nice)
Tuesday, June 21: Czech Republic v Turkey (20:00, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens)
Tuesday, June 21: Croatia v Spain (20:00, Stade de Bordeaux)
GROUP E  
Monday, June 13: Republic of Ireland v Sweden (17:00, Stade de France, Paris)
Monday, June 13: Belgium v Italy (20:00, Stade de Lyon)
Friday, June 17: Italy v Sweden (14:00, Stadium de Toulouse)
Saturday, June 18: Belgium v Republic of Ireland (14:00, Stade de Bordeaux)
Wednesday, June 22: Italy v Republic of Ireland (20:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)
Wednesday, June 22: Sweden v Belgium (20:00, Stade de Nice)
GROUP F  
Tuesday, June 14: Austria v Hungary (17:00, Stade de Bordeaux)
Tuesday, June 14: Portugal v Iceland (20:00, Stade Geoffroy Guichard, St Etienne)
Saturday, June 18: Iceland v Hungary (17:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)
Saturday, June 18: Portugal v Austria (20:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)
Wednesday, June 22: Iceland v Austria (17:00, Stade de France)
Wednesday, June 22: Hungary v Portugal (17:00, Stade de Lyon)
LAST 16  
Match 1: Runner-up Group A v Runner-up C (14:00, June 25, St-Etienne)
Match 2: Winner B v Third-place A/C/D (17:00, June 25, Paris)
Match 3: Winner D v Third-place B/E/F (20:00, June 25, Lens)
Match 4: Winner A v Third-place C/D/E (14:00, June 26, Lyon) 
Match 5: Winner C v Third-place A/B/F (17:00, June 26, Lille)
Match 6: Winner F v Runner-up E (20:00, June 26, Toulouse) 
Match 7: Winner E v Runner-up D (17:00, June 27, St-Denis) 
Match 8: Runner-up B v Runner-up F (20:00, June 27, Nice)
QUARTER-FINALS  
Match 1: Winner Match 1 v Winner Match 3 (20:00, June 30, Marseille)
Match 2: Winner Match 2 v Winner Match 6 (2000, July 1, Lille)
Match 3: Winner Match 5 v Winner Match 7 (20:00, July 2, Bordeaux)
Match 4: Winner Match 4 v Winner Match 8 (2000, July 3, St-Denis)
SEMI-FINALS  
Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 (20:00, July 6, Lyon)  
Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 (20:00, July 7, Marseille) 
FINAL 
Winner SF1 v Winner SF2 (20:00, July 10, St-Denis)