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Mom Beat Teen Boy to Stupor After Catching Him in Bed With Her 16-year-old Daughter

Jeanette Woods, of Mesa, Arizona, was arrested after telling police that she repeatedly punched a 16-year-old boy she found in 16-year-old daughter's bed on Thanksgiving. She admitted to police that she also caused $5,300 worth of damage to the boy's car with a baseball bat

An Arizona mom has been charged with assault and unlawful means of transportation after reporting herself to the police for beating up a teen she caught in bed with her daughter.
The 36 year old woman whose name was given as Jeanette Woods was said to have discovered him in bed at about 1am  on Thanksgiving after the teens had consensual sex and fell asleep. 

The boy said Woods repeatedly punched him in the face and body as she straddled him on the bed.
He finally broke free, but Woods chased him out of…

Army commutes soldiers’ death sentence

The Nigerian Army on Saturday commuted the death sentence handed to 66 soldiers earlier this year to 10 years imprisonment.
The Acting Director, Army Public Relations, Col. Sani Usman, said this in a statement on Saturday. The 66 out of 72 soldiers tried for mutiny and other charges were sentenced to death by firing squad by military special courts between January and March this year. The statement said the cases of other soldiers were being reviewed and would be made public once the reviews are completed. The decision to commute the soldiers’ sentence, the statement said, was taken after thorough consideration of petitions by concerned citizens.
Culled from THE NATION

Lady Catches Dad Cheating While She’s F*cking Her BF In The Kitchen

An 18-year-old girl banging her boyfriend allegedly got the surprise of a lifetimewhen she caught her dad with his mistress… at the same damn time! The hilarious story, which ended up on Reddit, thanks to her snitch ass boyfriend, since went viral, and now, people are wondering what’s going on with this potentially fictitious family. Redditor breakingbad4321 wrote, this happened about 20 minutes ago
My girlfriend and I had just finished in town, so I walked her home, on the way home we were both being a little flirty. After reaching her house, long story short I had her over the kitchen counter very quickly. About 20 seconds into it we hear rustling coming from the closet, instinctively, I pulled out, zipped up.
She opens the closet and out falls her dad, straight away my stomach drops because he was one of those guys who made it clear I wasn’t to touch his daughter anymore than a peck on the cheek, but then in the back of the closet was a woman id never seen before (I knew both parent…

Vatican to Declare Mother Teresa a Saint After 2nd Miracle

ROME — Mother Teresa, who dedicated her life to helping India's poor, will be made a saint in the Roman Catholic Church, the Vatican said Friday. She will likely be canonized in September to coincide with the 19th anniversary of her death and Pope Francis' Holy Year of Mercy, according to an Italian Catholic newspaper report. The pontiff marked his 79th birthday on Thursday by approving a decree that the nun had performed a second miracle 11 years after her death, the Vatican confirmed in a statement. She was beatified in 2003 as Blessed Teresa of Calcutta for healing an Indian woman's tumor through divine intervention, but full sainthood requires the declaration of two miracles. Her Missionaries of Charity helped the poor on the streets of the city, now known as Kolkata. She won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. "We are all absolutely delighted about the news," Sister Ita of the Missionaries of Charity told NBC News from its headquarters in the center of the city.…

I was gang-raped by ISIS thugs until I blacked out- Yazidi Woman Shares Her Ordeal At the United Nations Security Council

Speaking out: 21-year-old Yazidi woman, Nadia Murad Basee Taha, described her experience of being an ISIS sex slave in front of the United Nations Security Council.

A young Yazidi woman has revealed the horrific torture and rape that she suffered at the hands of ISIS fighters, as she was held as a sex slave for three months.
Nadia Murad Basee Taha described her nightmare imprisonment before the United Nations Security Council, pleading with it to wipe out the terror group.
The 21-year-old described the persecution the Yazidi people face under ISIS, which trades women and children from the minority population as ‘war booty’.
‘Rape was used to destroy women and girls and to guarantee that these women could never lead a normal life again,’ she said, visibly shaking with the effort of recounting her story.

Devastated: Nadia was visibly affect…

NUPENG blames security operatives, others for fuel scarcity

The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) have blamed security operatives for the present acute fuel scarcity in the country.
According to NUPENG, security operatives who should have been deployed to fight Boko Haram, kidnapping and armed robbery that are making life unbearable for Nigerians are now working at filling stations thus causing confusion there.
National President of NUPENG, Comrade Igwe Achese who made this disclosure also asked the Federal Government (FG) to redeploy the security operatives to go and fight crime and criminality that have become very rampant in the country.
A statement from the union quoted Achese as having made the disclosure in Port Harcourton Thursdayat the end of the National Executive Council (NEC) meeting of NUPENG.
He also said that security challenges on oil pipelines and on the movement of fuel from one state to another are equally contributing to the fuel scarcity.
Achese also blamed the refusal of FG to carry out Turn Around Mai…

UN tasks FG on violence against women, children

The United Nations has admonished leaders at all levels in the country to ensure that all hands are on deck in fight against rising trend of gender based violence (GBV) and violence against children (VAC). 
The representative of UN Women to Nigeria and ECOWAS, Dr. Grace Ongile spoke in on Wednesday in Gombe during a one-day consultative meeting aimed at strengthening partnership and commitment with community and religious leaders in the state towards tackling the menace.  She said the global body under its Women, Peace and Security Programme has called community and religious leaders because they are value bearers, spiritual mentors and critical stakeholders in the quest for sustainable peace.  Ongile who represented by Peter Mancha, Deputy Programme Manager, UN Women said violence against women slows down poverty eradication, just as much as it is a consequence of discrimination against women.  She nevertheless emphasised the need for GBV/VAC prevention strategy to be backed by political…

Police deploy 5000 personnel to Niger for Yuletide

Niger State Police Commissioner, Mr. Abubakar Marafa has stated that no fewer than 5000 police officers and men would be deployed during the Christmas celebration.

According to the police boss, the personnel would be deployed to places of worship, markets and recreation centers across the state.

Speaking to newsmen in Minna, Marafa said patrol and surveillance activities are being intensified for the safety of the lives and property of people throughout the festive season.

Marafa who spoke on the activities of the police in the state stated that they are currently winning the war against criminals and their activities adding that cattle rustling, youth gangsterism, kidnapping and highway robbery have been reduced to the barest minimum.

He said that 1,986 suspects were arrested for major crimes in the state while 889 cattle, 114 sheep and goats and 14 donkeys were recovered from cattle rustlers in 2015.

Fashola assures of stable power supply in 2016

The Minister for Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola has assured electricity consumers of better days ahead, especially next year.

According to him, his optimism is hinged on the fact that the sixth turbine of Egbin Power Generating Station will come on stream in January 2016, to bring the total electricity megawatts generated by the plant to 1,320mw.

He said five of the six turbines generate, put together(1,100) megawatts of electricity adding that with the rehabilitation work on the sixth turbine billed for completion in January, the plant would be generating 1,320 megawatts of electricity ( 20 per cent of the total current electricity in the country.

The minister said the development implies that the plant, for the first time in 20years, would be producing at its  installed capacity of 1,320 megawatts of electricity for the benefits of Nigerians.

Speaking in Lagos, during a meeting with the owners of the plant other stakeholders, Fashola said when the six plants are ope…

Farmers cry out, say Ekiti officials stealing crops from abandoned airport

Farmers displaced from the land earmarked by Ekiti State Government for the construction of an airport are seeking court protection over illegal evacuation of their crops by government agents.

The aggrieved farmers have told a state High Court in Ado Ekiti where they had filed a suit that despite the assurances given them by Governor Ayo Fayose at a meeting held with them on October 12, his agents still visit their farms on daily basis to cart away their produce.

The farmers and land owners in Igbogun, Igbemo, Iwajo, Aso, Ayegunle communities have dragged Fayose and other officials of state to court demanding N650 million compensation for damages incurred by them in the course of clearing the land for the airport.

In an affidavit in support of the Originating Summons deposed to by one of the plaintiffs, Fabiyi Osho, the farmers claimed that government agents have continued to cart away their farm produce acting under the pretext of purported revocation of their title to their lands.

2016 budget: Buhari summons emergency FEC meeting

An emergency meeting of the Federal Executive Council is scheduled to holdon Friday.
The meeting to be presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to consider and approve the 2016 Budget to enable the executive arm of government to forward same to the legislature. Buhari is expected to present the budget to a joint session of the National Assemblyon Tuesday. When askedon Thursdaywhether the President will submit the budget personally to the National Assembly or send it through a minister as was done in the recent past, the Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udo Udoma, said the details would be made public later. The FEC had at its last meeting approved the Medium Term Expenditure Framework which was forwarded to the National Assembly.
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Husband's Furious family Call For a Divorce after his Wife is Caught kissing a CAMEL

The family of a man in Saudi Arabia have demanded he divorce his wife after his mother witnessed his bride kissing a camel. Bizarrely, the woman's mother-in-law was left furious after witnessing the exchange and her demands to end the marriage have prompted a massive family dispute. Despite the protestations of the couple who remain happy together, the wife is now too scared to return to her husband's home where her mother-in-law also lives. But her furious mother-in-law considered it a breach of social and religious norms and demanded her son divorce her. According to the news site, the woman moved back to her own family's home and was now reluctant to return to her husband because she felt her mother hated her. The couple stated they wished to remain together, but she felt her mother-in-law was using the camel kiss as an excuse to attack her. She added this may be because she had not given birth to a baby, and hoped the dispute could be resolved so she could live in peace with…

The Blind Mystic Who Predicted 9/11 & the Rise of ISIS Has More Chilling Prophecies

Baba Vanga predicted many things before she passed away in 1996 at age 85, but it’s only in hindsight that we see that so many of her predictions came true. Not only did she predict 9/11, saying that “two steel birds” would take the towers down, but she also predicted that an African-American man would be the 44th President of the United States (yep, Obama). She foresaw the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami and warned of climate change and the polar ice caps melting in the 1950s. In her 50-year-long career Baba Vanga made hundreds of predictions. Known as the“Nostradamus of the Balkans,” her visions have had roughly an 85% accuracy rate, which is very high and totally terrifying. What’s most concerning about her visions is what Baba Vanga foresaw in the next few years. Here’s a roundup of those predictions: 1-Baba Vanga warned of an invasion of Europe by Muslim extremists in 2016. 2-By 2043, Baba Vanga foresaw a large Muslim caliphate with Rome as its epicenter. She was already right in predic…

91-Year-Old Woman Dies During Sex Game with Married Neighbor

A sexually active 91-year-old Portuguese widower was found dead in her bed after a sex game gone wrong. She was naked from the waist down with a sex toy placed on her side.

In Aveiro, a small town south of Porto, Portugal, her neighbors described the woman as having “an affinity for cracking jokes with men and [being] very active despite her age.”

Jornal de Noticias, a Portuguese newspaper, reported that the elderly woman was found with injuries inside her genitals, presumably caused by the sex toy she was flanking.

She was found by her neighbor Ana Martins who said, “I noticed only two small bruises on her face, but there was blood on the sheets and a picture of her husband resting on her chest.”

The man she lay with was identified as her next-door neighbor, a married father of two children, through a DNA analysis of his semen at the scene of her death. He was apprehended and eventually released on bail.

The woman is believed to have suffocated during their sex game, and the whole i…

Full list of winners at The Future Awards Africa 2015

The 10th year anniversary edition of The Future Awards Africa (TFAA)  which held today at the prestigious Intercontinental Hotels, Victoria Island, Lagos, lived up to its billing as Africa’s biggest youth event.

The awards hosted by multi-talented singer and producer, Dare Art-Alade and South Africa’s leading OAP, Bonang Matheba saw 11 outstanding young achievers rewarded for their excellent work across the continent in 
different fields ranging from science and technology, business, entertainment, politics, to education.

The highlight of the evening was the presentation of awards to deserving winners from all across Africa with Nigeria’s Philip Obaji Jnr. taking home The Future Awards Africa Prize for Young Person of the Year.

The event was attended by high-profile personalities including the Kaduna state governor, Nasir el-Rufai, Oby Ezekwesili, Mo Abudu, Tara Fela-Durotoye, and more.

See below the full list of winners and their profiles:
The Future Awards Africa Prize in Advocacy & A…