Friday, 10 May 2013

Imo Police Rescues 17 Pregnant Teenagers

Imo State Police Command recorded another success in its renewed fight against crime and criminals, following the bursting of child trafficking and baby factory syndicate in the state.
Disclosing this to newsmen Thursday evening, at the State Police Headquarters, Owerri, the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Mohammed Katsina, said the Command has clamped down on illegal motherless babies homes, as well as rescued 17 pregnant teenagers.
According to the Imo police boss, one of the illegal homes, Ahamefula Motherless Babies Home, located in Umuaka, Njaba local council area, is allegedly owned by a middle aged woman simply identified as “Madam One Thousand”.

Share Nigerian University Girls Exposed, Lésbian Party Gone Wild (

would wish if you can share this story on your platform, There have been rapid increase of gay relatíonships in Nigeria and these days alot of people take it as a normal thing, here I was invited for a party, so i came with my boyfriend and later got to know it was an all girls party, so since he had exams, he said i should just have fun that we would see later, I was disappointed, but later decided to cheer up since i didnt want to feel down, but i was surprised that when the music started playing, girls started doing Intimate stuff with each other, some where kíssing, and touching each other séxually, i took pictures but my battery was low so i couldnt take much, here are the ones i got, i would have loved to share the university with you but dont want any silly stuff to come out, and since am a girl i would be affected, cause you know that even if i share the name of the uni with the world, if the authorities come they will start doing off things, which will simply just piss me off.
but i can confirm that its in the eastern part of Nigeria thou. please share my story and pictures too.
thank you

theNETng Is One!

theNETng – New Logo
It’s already been one year since Nigerian Entertainment Today (NET) went live with Nigeria’s premiere entertainment breaking news!
Within the first year, the website has earned a reputation as a trusted journal – and reputable media platforms like Channels, The Guardian, The Punch, THISDAY, Vanguard and The Sun continue to regularly pick up leads, breaking news and exclusive pictures from the site.
www.thenetng.comhas become a part of our daily lives, with many – including young professionals, students, journalists and academics- regularly visiting to find out what’s up, who’s hot, and who’s not.
“It’s been a remarkable year; for good and bad reasons” Ayeni Adekunle , founder of NET’s parent company – BlackHouse Media, let on. “From Dagrin’s car crash to his unfortunate death; 9ice and Toni Payne’s separation, to the Kora Awards controversy, HipHopworld awards, Ashionye‘s baby, Terry G’s accident and Basketmouth’s swimming pool picture with. Sir Richard Branson, we have broken some of the biggest and most difficult stories of the year; all along sticking to the ethics of journalism even though we operate on the internet where it is easy to dump the rules and play reckless“.
Ayeni, who had worked with Encomium, THISDAY and The Punch before setting up NET, then declared, ‘And the success is obvious! Less than five months after we launched the website, we followed with a newspaper – another first in the entertainment industry. NET Newspaper, which debuted on April 26, is fast becoming a household name, with increasing circulation figures and spread across the country.’

There were plenty of goodwill messages from celebrities and industry stakeholders. R&B singer Djinee wrote on Twitter early Tuesday, “Big Shout out to @ayenithegreat on the anniversary of TheNETng. You will continue to reap the reward of your labour. Amen“.
A big congrats on NET’s first anniversary. Bigger things coming. Please keep up the good jobDarey wrote in a message NET’s board.
Other artistes celebs who have sent in good wishes include model Warebi Martha, hip hop act Weird MC, Founder of Truspot radio Ike Orizu, Chocolate City boss Audu Maikori and HipHopWorld Chairman Ayo Animashaun.
Meanwhile, it is expected that the website will be overhauled this weekend. “We’re coming up with a totally new look and feel; a simpler-but-exciting layout. The changes are a result of feedback we’ve gathered over the past months. And I’m hoping our readers would love it!Ayeni says.
An anniversary event, already tagged “CHAMPAGNE CONVERSATIONS” will hold at a later date.
www.thenetng.comis edited by Chiagoziem Onyekwena; with the likes of Kenechukwu Agbodike, Joy Isi-Bewaji, Wallace Olalekan, Dimeji Ogedengbe, Victor Obot, Grace Kerongo, Tosyn Bucknor, Gbemi Olateru-Olagbegi, Akintomiwa Fawunmi and Victoria Ige on the editorial team.
Ayeni Adekunle – Founder

Michael Jackson’s Real Father Children Finally Confesses!!

Brit actor Mark Lester has dramatically vowed to have DNA tests to prove he is the ­father of Michael Jackson’s three children, the Sunday People can reveal.

Former Oliver! child star Mark – godfather to all Jacko’s kids – believes there is a “good possibility” he is their biological dad.

The 54-year-old actor, who was Michael’s best pal for 30 years, donated sperm to the ­superstar a year before the singer’s first child was born.

Now Mark, who has not been ­allowed to see Prince Michael, 16, Paris, 15, and Blanket, 11, since their father’s death in June 2009, has sent them a message, ­saying: “I’m here, come and visit England, we’ll look after you.”

Speaking exclusively to the Sunday People, Mark said: “After Michael asked me to donate sperm for him I completely forgot about it.

“He was a great dad to them, brought them up and was brilliant with the kids so I just didn’t go there but there is obviously a good possibility (that I could be the biological father).

“I wouldn’t have a DNA test without the children’s permission but when the children come of age, and it’s not far away, and they decide they want me to do it then I will. It is up to them.

“I don’t want to tell them what to do. I just want to reconnect and be the godfather that Michael made me.”

Nasarawa Killings, 30 Policemen Dead, Others Missing.

militiamen, dressed in black shirts and caps, kept approaching amidst heavy gunfire as bullets were not penetrating them.
**police officers were gathered in heaps and set ablaze by the militiamen.
Ten policemen who survived Tuesday’s onslaught from the Ombatse militia group in Nasarawa State have attributed their survival to luck.
Narrating their escape, one of the police officers who spoke on behalf of nine other survivors (names withheld) said their survival was only by the grace of God as they were outnumbered and overpowered by the militiamen. He also disclosed that the militiamen had prior knowledge of their coming and laid siege on the narrow road leading to the village, Alakyo, where they were supposed to effect the arrest of their leader and recover arms said to be in his possession.
He said, “The road is narrow and they allowed us into their midst before opening fire on us at close range.” Efforts to return fire and scare them into hiding ware futile as bullets were not penetrating them, he said.
The militiamen, dressed in black shirts and caps, kept approaching amidst heavy gunfire, which forced their Hilux van, the last van on the convoy, to turn back. “Due to the nature of the road and ensuing gun duel, our men could not turn back and 10 of us in our van were able to manoeuvre our way out but not without suffering bullet wounds,” he said.
The recuperating officer added that the driver of their van was shot on the leg but, luckily enough, one of them with him in front could drive and immediately took over. Many of the officers took to the bush but hugely outnumbered by the militiamen who knew the terrain better, they were pursued and killed.
“As soon as they killed an officer, his rifle was taken off him.”
Meanwhile, the pervading atmosphere in Lafia, the Nasarawa State capital, is that of fear, anxiety and hope as the families of the slain policemen converged on the Dalhatu Araf Specialist Hospital (DASH) to identify their loved ones most of whom had been burnt beyond recognition.
The Nasarawa State commissioner of police, Mr Abayomi Akeremale, has confirmed that the bodies of 30 policemen killed on Tuesday by a militia group at Alakyo village in Lafia had been recovered.
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