Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Man died while having sex with Lover

Man dies while having sex with

A young man, Johnstone Phiri, has allegedly
passed away after a round of rigorous sex
with his lover over the weekend at the
Mpongwe area in Zimbambwe.
Tuko.co.ke reports that the man who is in
his early 30s, decided to make-out with his
lady, Mary Mwamba, after 3 months of not
seeing. But it turned tragic after a while.
The man who was healthy before the sexual
activity began complaining that his heart
was beating too fast and that he had a
Almost immediately after complaining,
he slumped and died. All attempts by Mary
to bring him back were futile. This made
Mary to shout for help but neighbours were
quick to call the police who arrested her.
Recall that months ago, an elderly man died
on top of a city commercial sex worker. He
was carted to a morgue while still stuck to
the woman who was mortified at the

Mad woman gives birth to baby in Ghana

Mad woman gives birth to baby
in Ghana

A mad woman who lives inside a bush at
Effiakuma in Takoradi area of Ghana
recently gave birth to a baby girl.
Peacefm online reports that residents
spotted the 42-year-old woman taking care
of her newborn baby in the bush where she
is said to have been living for over 4 years.
Residents reveal that this is the second time
the lady will give birth in the bush but her
relatives usually take the baby form her. The
father of the baby is unknown and the new
baby has been collected from her and taken
to a nearby hospital for medical attention.

Vincent Enyeama ranked 6th best goalkeeper in Europe

Vincent Enyeama ranked 6th
best goalkeeper in Europe

– Enyeama ranked among the top 10
goalkeepers in Europe
– The Ex-Nigerian international thanks
everyone that have supported his career this
– He beats world class goalkeepers on the
Former Super Eagles goalkeeper Vincent
Enyeama has beat the likes of David Degea
of Manchester United, Petr Cech of Arsenal
and Joe Hart of Manchester City in the list
of the top 10 goalkeepers in Europe for the
2015/2016 season.
The ranking compiled by the Swiss-based
CIES Football Observatory had Enyeama
coming in an impressive sixth position on the
list, Goal.com reports.
According to CIES Football Observatory, the
ranking was done, taking into account the
number of goals conceded per match,
number of minutes per goal, number of
passes per match, number of saves per
match, number of saves per goal conceded
and the percentage of saves.
After every all assessment, Enyeama
finished in sixth place behind renowned
goalkeepers like Manuel Neuer of Bayern
Munich, Jan Oblak of Atletico Madrid,
Gianluigi Buffon of Juventus, Kevin Trapp of
PSG and Claudio Bravo of Barcelona.
Coming behind Enyeama on the list are
Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris, Alphonse Areola of
Villareal, Keylor Navas of Real Madrid and
Pepe Reina of Napoli in the list of 10.
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Enyeama took to his Instagram handle to
appreciate his family, fans, teammates and
supporters for their support.
The 33-year-old recently missed out on
winning silverware with Lille this season as
they lost 2-1 to PSG in the French Cup final.
Enyeama’s illustrious international career
came to an abrupt end last year when he
announced his retirement after a publicized
fall out with former Nigeria coach Sunday

Collapse 36 states to 6 zones,
Ekweremadu tells FG

-Ekweremadu has proposed that the 36
states be collapsed into 6 zone
-Ekweremadu’s positions were offered in his
new book, Who will love my country: Ideas of
building the Nigeria of our dreams
Deputy Senate president, Ike Ekweremadu
Nigeria’s deputy senate president,
Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has called for the
collapse of the 36 states of the federation
into six geopolitical zones.
According to the legislator, the move is a
drastic restructuring of the country to avoid
continually hindering of development.
The abolition of the 36 states, he said,
would release the latent potentials for
growth by the regions, which he said, were,
over the years, foiled by the reckless
derailment of the country’s federalism by
successive military governments.

Saraki raises ALARM

Saraki raises alarm over
alleged plot to remove him

– Bukola Saraki, the Senate president, has
alleged that his opponents are plotting to
force him out of office
– He alerted members of the public on the
plan by some politicians to create public
disorder through a sponsored demonstration
– The office of the Senate president urged
the inspector general of police and his
officers to prevent any incident that can
wreak havoc on people, public institutions
or facilities
“The office of Senate president has alerted
members of the public on the plan by some
politicians to create public disorder.”
Bukola Saraki, the Senate president, has
raised the alarm over alleged plots by his
opponents to create public disorder by
organizing demonstrations and force him out
of office.


Nigeria's oil revenue drops
N1.1 trillion in one year

– The Nigerian economy has had a rough
time plummeting
– Oil revenue has been the key factor
affecting the economy, as reports show a
drop of about N1.1 trillion
– Analysis show that Nigeria incurred a
huge loss in the 2015 fiscal year
Data obtained from the Central Bank of
Nigeria (CBN), show Nigeria’s oil revenue
dropped from N1.114 trillion to N1.86 trillion
in the 2015 fiscal year.
CBN report shows that Nigeria lost oil
revenue in the 2015 fiscal year.
The N1.114 trillion decline represents 18.35
per cent of Nigeria’s 2016 budget estimate
of N6.07 trillion, and is attributable to the
low price of oil in the international market,
which saw the price of commodity dropping
to as low as $30 per barrel.

According to the CBN Statistical Bulletins for
the first, second, third and fourth quarters of
20115, at N1.859 trillion, the country’s crude
oil revenue for the 2015 fiscal year dipped
by 37.47 per cent from N2.973 trillion
recorded in 2014.
Giving a breakdown of the earnings, the
reports pointed out in the first quarter, Q1
2015, the country earned N557.5 billion from
crude sales, in Q2 N459.89 billion, while in
Q3 and Q4, oil sales earnings dipped further
to N426.15 billion and N415.82 billion
The Vanguard reports that in comparison, in
Q1 2014, N843.47 billion was earned from oil
sales, while in Q2, Q3 and Q4, N866.35
billion, 679.42 billion and N584.08 billion
were earned respectively.

As a result, the CBN disclosed that the
country recorded gross oil revenue of
N819.50 billion in Q2 2015, dropping by ¦
372.28 billion or 31.24 per cent from N1.192
trillion recorded in Q1 2015.
The report also put the gross oil earning for
Q2 2015 at N968.42 billion or 54.16 per
cent, below the level in the same
corresponding quarter of 2014. As a result,
Q2 gross oil revenue met 60.35 per cent of
its budget target of ¦ 1.358 trillion. But after
deductions of first line charges, net oil
revenue stood at ¦ 626.84 billion, indicating a
decline of N344.91 billion or 35.49 per cent,
and N643.95 billion or 50.67 per cent, below
Q1 2015 and Q2 2014, respectively.
For Q2 and Q4, the CBN said: “Analysis of
gross receipts in the fourth quarter revealed
that, at ¦ 811.82 billion, oil revenue
accounted for 57.56 per cent of total
federally-collected revenue, while the
balance of N598.58 billion or 42.44 per cent,
was collected from non-oil revenue sources.
“Gross oil revenue for the fourth quarter
reflected decreases of N118.65 billion or
12.75 per cent and N635.42 billion or 43.91
per cent, from N930.46 billion in the third
quarter of 2015 and N1.477 trillion in the
fourth quarter of 2014 respectively.
“Gross oil revenue met 59.79 per cent budget
target of N1.358 trillion.