Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Breaking: Tonto Dikeh Finally Confirms Marriage Break-up


 Despite all efforts to deny the alleged marriage break-up, actress Tonto Dikeh has finally agreed all is not well with her marriage.
 
In response to an open letter written by one Joel Ikenna Maskot from Rivers state, actress Tonto Dikeh  confirms  she and her husband are living separately. read below

Maskot wrote:
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Graphic: Mortuary attendants storm cemetery, Seize man's corpse after family failed to pay balance for mortuary services

According to Facebook user, Efo Maidoff, this happened at Tema Community 9 Cemetery, Ghana on Saturday, February 11th 2017. According to her a family had failed to complete the agreed amount to the mortuary attendants for tending the corpse of their loved one, and the mortuary people wasted no time in claiming the dead.
mortuary

Read what she wrote below:
 
Some funny thing happen at the cemetery yesterday. A family who did not pay the full amount to the
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Lagos Recognized as one of 100 Resilient Cities Great for Tourism, Ambode Says

Sometime in May of 2016, Lagos State, alongside Enugu State and hundreds of other cities around the world was nominated by the Rockefeller Foundation in the 100 Resilient Cities project. The project is dedicated to helping cities around the world become more resilient to the physical, social and economic challenges that are a growing part of the 21st century. And only two days ago, Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode received the Certificate of Admission of the State as one of the 100 Resilient Cities (100RC) in the world.
Ambode, Lagos 
According to him, it was a starting point and a positive partnership that would help the State address the challenges of urban planning, transport gridlock, environment and modern infrastructure.
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Breaking: BEDC Arraigns Civil Society Member, Principal, 6 others for tampering & bypass of Meters

A Vice-Principal of a secondary school in Benin, Mrs. Caroline Akoriegie, and a civil society activist, Mr Joseph Ngbede, were among the eight people arraigned at a Benin Federal High Court on Thursday for allegedly tampering with electric fittings, a crime that is punishable under Section 3 (6) of the Miscellaneous Offences Act Cap M.17 Laws of Nigeria 2004.
Principal, Civil Society Member,  bypass of BEDC  
A second count of unlawful disconnection, removal, damage, tampering and interference with electric fittings, meters, or other appliances designed to use for transforming or converting electricity property of the BEDC.
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