Connect with us


Lekki Tollgate: Samklef Mocks Nigerian Military With A Hilarious Photo



Nigerian artist and blogger, Samklef has trolled the military of Nigeria after the Lekki Tolgate shootings.

Several artists who took part in the protest have expressed their disappointments in the military for the inhumane action they took on peaceful protesters who were just chanting the national anthem of the country.

– Advertisement –

Sharing a funny photo which comes from Kenya, Samklef wrote:

Nigeria army after they heard sonwolu.

See the photo below:

– Advertisement –
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Man sentenced to life imprisonment for raping his 14-year-old stepdaughter in Cross River state



The Family Court sitting in Calabar, Cross River State has sentenced 47-year-old Emmanuel Thompson Udo to life imprisonment for raping his 14-year-old stepdaughter.

Udo was on Thursday, December 3, found guilty of raping the minor in August, 2018 at his residence No. 45 Afokang Street, Calabar South local government area of the state.

He was convicted by Hon. Justice E.E. Ita, Acting Chief Judge of Cross River State and presiding Judge of the Family Court.

His conviction was secured courtesy of the Basic Rights Counsel Initiative (BRCI); Hon. Tanko Ashang, former Attorney General of Cross River State; Mr. Felix Itittim, the DPP; Blessing Egwu and the Nigeria Police.

Barr. James Ibor, Head of BRCI, said the rape incident was exposed after the victim’s mother reported the matter to the group. He said the victim who is now 16 years, was excited when she heard of the sentence handed to her stepfather.

Ibor thanked the Nigeria Police special investigators; the former Cross River State Attorney General, Hon. Tanko Ashang; the DPP-Mr Felix Itittim and Blessing Egwu for their effort in securing justice for the victim.

“Thanks to the Basic Rights Counsel Initiative team providing support to the survivor through out the period of investigation and trial.”

Continue Reading


Court orders final forfeiture of N235m linked to Invictus CEO, Obi Okeke



A Federal High Court sitting in Ikoyi, Lagos has ordered the final forfeiture of the sum of N235.4 million traced to the account of convicted fraudster, Okeke Obinwanne known as Invictus Obi to the Federal Government of Nigeria.

This came the Chief Executive Officer of Invictus Group pleaded guilty to two charges: computer fraud and wire fraud after his arrest in the United States.

Justice Liman had on March 23, 2020, ordered the interim forfeiture of the money domiciled in First City Monument Bank (FCMB) following an ex parte application dated December 18, 2019, by the Lagos Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

He also ordered the commission to advertise same in any national newspaper for anyone to show cause why the said money should not be finally forfeited to the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Serving an update on the case, Spokesperson of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Wilson Uwujaren said Justice Liman has ordered a final forfeiture of the sum.

It was gathered that the final forfeiture order was granted after EFCC counsel, I. Sulaiman, prayed for the confiscation.

Okeke who made it into Forbes Africa’s Under 30 List in 2016, was nabbed for $11 million fraud after an official account belonging to a steel company’s CEO was hacked. The FBI was contacted about the scam by the representatives of Unatrac Holding Limited, the export sales office for Caterpillar heavy industrial and firm equipment.

Continue Reading


Nigerian Army dismisses Boko Haram’s claim of killing 43 farmers in Borno because one of them was arrested



Nigerian Army has dismissed Boko Haram’s claim of killing 43 farmers in Borno as revenge for the arrest of one of its members.

Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, Maj.-Gen. John Enenche who gave an update on Thursday December 3, on the operations of the armed forces between November 26 and December 2 in Abuja, after the insurgents released a video in which they alleged that the farmers had given information of their movement in the area to the military, said the insurgents are trying to instill fear in the minds of the people because they have seen the governor is trying to make sure that people return to their homes.

Eneche said;

“The truth is that whenever they are losing ground as a result of the military activities, this is what they resort to.

“It is a fallacy because we killed one of them and that the farmers gave information about them, but the likelihood is wickedness.

“They want to use that to instill fear in the minds of the people because they have seen the governor trying to make sure that people return to their homes.

“Our message here to the general public is that they should not be discouraged and that we are moving forward and with your cooperation, we are going to end this menace.”

The Defence Spokesperson added that troops have been carrying out ground and air offensives against the insurgents who are trying to instill fear with propaganda.

Continue Reading

Popular this week