Thursday, 20 August 2015

Caitlyn Jenner could be charged with vehicular manslaughter as early next week in connection to a February crash in Malibu, California that killed one.

The lead detective on the case told KABC that they plan to turn the results of the investigation over to the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office next week, and will recommend Jenner be charged with misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter.

It will be up to the DA's office whether to charge Jenner with the crime. In California, the maximum sentence for misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter is one year in jail.
The detective said the recommendation for the charge is based on how fast Jenner was going at the time of the crash, which they believe was unsafe.

John Dumelo Plans to Venture into Agriculture

Ghanaian actor, John Dumelo, seems to be having lots of ideas going through his mind as he ponders on what next to invest his money in.

The singer aside acting has a clothing line, a brand ambassador and a host of other businesses.
Recently, he explained that he majorly gets his inspirations from the farm and might soon be taking up farming as the next project.

“This farm fields gives me inspiration, might just take up farming as my next project,” he said.

John who has always being an entrepreneur, advised fans to think towards the direction of Agriculture as an alternative towards feeding the nation.

Dismissed soldiers for refusing to fight Boko Haram recalled by the Army

Many soldiers who were earlier dismissed from the Nigerian Army for refusing to fight have been recalled and are currently being screened at the Jaji military cantonment in Kaduna State, Daily Trust gathered yesterday.

While some soldiers were sentenced to death, others were dismissed by military court martials for their refusal to fight Boko Haram militants. But the soldiers said they were not provided the right combat equipment to fight the terrorists.

Daily Trust gathered in Kaduna that the screening, which is going on at the outskirts of the cantonment, is housing over 3,000 soldiers awaiting determination by a committee from the army headquarters.

New NNPC boss- Nigeria’s fuel subsidy unsustainable

The new head of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) said on Thursday the country’s fuel subsidy was an unsustainable drain on the economy, calling for deregulation of the oil and gas sector.

“Subsidy creates distortions in government revenue distribution,” NNPC managing director Emmanuel Kachikwu said in a speech in Lagos.
Nigeria produces some two million barrels of crude a day but despite its huge reserves, the country imports much of its fuel due to a lack of refining capability — a situation blamed on corruption and mismanagement.

To make fuel affordable, Nigeria has frozen the price of a litre of petrol at 87 naira ($0.44, 0.39 euros), lower than the market rate. Fuel importers expect subsidy payments from the government to make up the difference.

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Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Home set on fire by 10 year old


Maka but why now........A 10-year-old boy set fire to an apartment Thursday night after his request to use another child’s bicycle was refused, police said. The suspect was not identified because of his age.
Police said he intentionally set fire to the front door of an apartment at 7450 35th St N. in the same complex where he lives.

25-year-old man caught on expressway with N48m in cash


25-year-old John Okafor was arrested by operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency for being in possession of N48m cash. It was learnt that the suspect was apprehended with the money on the Abaji-Abuja Expressway on Monday by the anti-narcotic officials who were on a routine patrol.
He was said to be one of the  the passengers of a commercial bus coming from Onitsha, Anambra State, when he was arrested.

Okafor insisted that the money belonged to an unnamed bureau de change firm in Onitsha, that he was an employee of the firm. He said he was heading for the foreign exchange market in the Federal Capital Territory to convert the sum to dollars when he was arrested.
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Woman claims she found lizard in her latte


A Phoenix woman says she found a small lizard inside her Starbucks latte. And she has the pictures to prove it.
Kim and Brian Dillon aid they visited Starbucks and ordered two sugar free lattes and found an extra ingredient inside one.

"It was just so gross knowing it was in my mouth," said Kim.
"It was a lizard," said Brian. "A little lizard! That she drank. That went into her mouth."
Shocked and disgusted, Kim and Brian couldn't believe it.
"I was like, 'Oh my God,'" said Kim. "I was almost going to swallow it."
The couple went back to the store, with the lifeless critter in a bag and the staff apologized.

CBN Stops foreign firms from printing cheques for Nigerian banks


The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has denied accreditation to foreign printers who hitherto printed cheque books for some Nigerian banks. In a circular released, yesterday, entitled: “Circular to deposit money banks, cheque printers and other stakeholders on the accreditation of cheque printers for 2015/2016″ and signed by Director, Banking and Payment Systems Department, Dipo Fatokun, the Central bank said it has duly notified all accredited printers and issued certificates to them.
It listed all the accredited cheque printers to include Superflux International Ltd, Tripple Gee and Company Plc, Nigeria Security Printing and Minting Plc, Euphoria Group and Popi Printing Company Ltd.

The Central bank said it did this to ensure an efficient payment and settlement system.

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