Wednesday, September 20, 2017

KEFCHILD #ARIWO Video Dropping Soon @kefchild

Babatunde Olobayo popularly know as Kefchild the oluwa crooner and a fasionista who recently launched his clothing line has proven beyond doubt that he  is a true royal blood from Kabba, Kogi State.The award winning song star Kefchild has repeatedly proven to be top the game after he kept the industry lip syncing His newest song “Ariwo ” the cattcy lyrics and harmonies levitates it as a certified banger Is.  and a a prequsite for sucess he shot an energetic youthful video with the industry best hands on the cam,  @frizzlenbizzlefilms it is expected  to drop share and be blessed 

Kenyan actress Maureen Wanza dies during childbirth

Sorrow and pain as actress Maureen Wanza dies during childbirth

Popular Kenyan actress Maureen Wanza has been confirmed dead - Wanza is well known for several coast based soap operas that have aired on Kenyan TV screens especially Sumu on K24
 - She was reported to have died while giving birth to her child, the baby also died shortly after birth Mombasa-based actress Maureen Wanza popularly known as Sasha from the hit local show Sumu that airs of Citizen TV has passed on. The announcement of untimely demise of the popular actress shook the country who loved her good work. READ ALSO: PSquare cancels upcoming concerts making fans believe they are fighting According to reports, the super talented actress who was pregnant passed on while she was ushering a new soul into the world. 
Wanza is a revered Kenyan thespian who has made appearances in a number of regional and national programs such as Kenya's favorite Moyo Series that airs on Citizen TV and Sum that airs on K24.

The big question: Will cancer immune therapy work for me?

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Pennis Lyon was a genetic train wreck. Cancer was ravaging his liver, lungs, bones and brain, and tests showed so many tumor mutations that drugs targeting one or two wouldn't do much good. It seemed like very bad news, yet his doctors were encouraged.

The reason: People with the most messed-up genes often are the ones who do best on treatments that enlist the immune system.

"These are the patients we used to be very depressed about," thinking they couldn't be helped, said Dr. Razelle Kurzrock at the University of California, San Diego. "Now when we see those types of patients, we're really excited," because there are so many ways for the immune system to recognize the cancer cells as abnormal.

Terrified shopper dodges death TWICE as glass mall roof collapses during 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Mexico

A shopper in Mexico is lucky to be alive following the earthquake which struck yesterday afternoon, as this heart-stopping footage shows.
Video captured in Angelópolis Lifestyle Center, in the city of Puebla, shows how the woman cheats death twice in 20 seconds as the 7.1 magnitude quake hits.
She can be seen panicking as the quake starts, unsure of where to run before making her way into a large open area.
But moments later the glass roof above her head comes crashing down, with some large shards missing her by centimeters. 
Fortunately the woman gathers her senses enough to flee, moments before a large pane comes crashing down where she was just standing.
Puebla is located just 40 miles from the epicenter of the earthquake, and  43 people are said to have died there.

More than 200 killed as powerful 7.1 earthquake strikes central Mexico

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A powerful 7.1 earthquake rocked central Mexico on Tuesday, collapsing homes and bridges across hundreds of miles, killing at least 217 people and sending thousands more fleeing into the streets screaming in a country still reeling from a deadly temblor that struck less than two weeks ago.

Entire apartment blocks swayed violently in the center of Mexico City, including in the historic districts of El Centro and Roma, crumbling balconies and causing huge cracks to appear on building facades.

Panic spread through the city's core; rescue vehicles raced toward damaged buildings, and neighbors took on heroic roles as rescuers.

Firefighters and police officers scrambled to pull survivors from a collapsed elementary and secondary school where children died.

"There are 22 bodies here — two are adults — 30 children are missing and eight other adults missing. And workers are continuing rescue efforts," President Enrique Peña Nieto announced Tuesday night.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Putting Together the ULTIMATE Fantasy Football Draft

There is nothing quite like watching your favorite football team winning on a Sunday afternoon while your daily fantasy team is ALSO doing great. We're sure there is a chemical reason in your brain for those feelings but we're only interested in chasing and finding more of them. That is why daily fantasy sports have gotten so popular over the past couple of years. People want to watch football and win money. It's a simple thing. The rise of DRAFT, a daily fantasy site that opts for snake drafting rather than salary cap drafting, has gotten so popular in recent months. Still, winning is only a possible outcome when you know what you are doing. Today we are going to walk you through the steps to winning your first daily fantasy football contest.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Trump crosses yet another line on Twitter days before U.N. address

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President Trump has defied political conventions, challenged norms and upended traditions since he first rode down a gilded escalator at Trump Tower in mid-2015 and launched his improbable march to the White House.
On Sunday, he crossed another line: retweeting a doctored video from someone whose Twitter handle can't be repeated in a family newspaper, showing Trump striking Hillary Clinton in the back with a golf ball and knocking her down.
The reaction was predictable. Critics were outraged. Supporters were gleeful. And social media lit up like a Christmas tree.
Perhaps the morning broadside was just Trump’s way of hitting back, a reminder of his pugilistic instincts honed by the raucous ethos of reality TV. In recent days, Clinton has called him a “clear and present danger” to American democracy, and noted that she won 2.9 million more votes than he did on election day, as she touts her memoir of the 2016 election, “What Happened.”

Here's the truth about why women 'go off' sex in long-term relationships

When it comes to long term relationships,women go off the idea of having sex with their partners before men do, says the National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyle.
But you probably already knew that, right?
It’s one of those things that everyone has a low-level awareness of - yet no-one had confirmed it until now. But confirm it they have. So the big question is: why?
Let's be clear - women aren’t less inherently sexual than men. Women, contrary to what you might have been told, don’t find it satisfying to grit their teeth through sex until they’ve produced children and then spend the rest of their lives faking a headache. That’s not what we want.
But it seems that is what many of us are lumped with. The most shocking part? Just how quickly we get bored. The research found that women who had been in a relationship for more than a year were getting fed up.

Former WWE star Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan dies at 73

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Legendary pro wrestling manager Bobby “the Brain” Heenan died Sunday from cancer complications at the age of 73, the WWE announced. Heenan was diagnosed with throat and tongue cancer in 2002 and spent the last several years battling the disease, including losing the ability to talk after multiple surgeries on his tongue and the reconstruction of his lower jaw.
Heenan, born Raymond Louis Heenan, is considered by most experts to be the greatest pro wrestling manager of all time.
Heenan came to nationwide prominence as the manager of Ray Stevens and Nick Bockwinkel in the American Wrestling Assn. He also managed Bockwinkel when he became the league’s heavyweight champion.          

Wayne Rooney admits being three times drink-drive limit - but is told to pay £170

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Wayne Rooney, the former England captain, has apologised for an "unforgivable lack of judgment" after pleading guilty to drink-driving.

The Everton striker was given a two-year driving ban and ordered to carry out unpaid community work after being caught three times the legal alcohol limit on a night out while his pregnant wife and their three sons were on holiday.

After admitting the charge on Monday morning, Rooney was also told to pay £170 - made up of prosecution costs and a victim surcharge. It is a figure he can earn by working just 12 minutes of his reported £150,000-a-week earnings.

The 31-year-old was stopped by police while driving a black Volkswagen Beetle belonging to Laura Simpson - a woman the court heard he had met while socialising with friends - in Wilmslow, Cheshire, at 2am on September 1.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

SARS operatives responsible for the series of kidnappings and armed robbery attacks in Rivers- Governor Nyesom Wike alleges

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has declared that most of the kidnapping and armed robbery taking place in the state are perpetrated by operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). The governor stated that the embattled Rivers State Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS) Commander, Mr Akin Fakorede and his operatives have been indicted by an official Police Signal, which indicated that they are responsible for the series of kidnapping and deadly robbery across the state.
Addressing journalists at the Government House Port Harcourt today, Governor Wike stated that the SARS Commander was planted in the state to sabotage the security architecture of the state and create an atmosphere of fear. He said that criminal activities of Mr Fakorede were uncovered by the Inspector General of Police X Squad Abuja deployed to the state after the squad busted the attempted kidnap of one Mr Azumana Ifeanyi on September 11, 2017 at the GRA, Port Harcourt.

8 die as Florida Keys are ravaged almost beyond recognition by Hurricane Irma

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Eight people are known to have died in the Keys during or because of Hurricane Irma, authorities said Wednesday.
Two people died in Key West; the other six in other parts of Monroe County.
“The deaths are both storm-related and due to to natural causes,” said Cammy Clark, the county’s public information officer.
Also, 40 people were injured during the storm.
Irma ripped through Cudjoe and Big Pine with end-of-the-world fury, destroying homes big and small.
Trailers were shredded, ocean waters rushed through the ground floor of beach-side houses and RVs were overturned, leaving much of the area ravaged almost beyond recognition.
“It’s been a nightmare,” said Mark Lum, 57, who rode out the powerful storm on Cudjoe Key, huddled with his dog Cruzan inside a concrete bunker-like bath house in the Venture Out development. “You live here in a resort, everything’s nice and pretty, and the next day it’s all gone.”
Hurricane Irma has destroyed a quarter of the homes in the Florida Keys and badly damaged many more, federal officials said Tuesday.

After reading this, you'll never want to use your mobile phone in the bathroom again

What? A cellphone in the bathroom? Do people really do that? If you're honest, you have probably taken yours with you to read something on Facebook or watch a video while spending some quality time alone in the bathroom. What you probably don't know is that you weren't really alone, and that you were bringing hitchhikers out with you on your phone.
The unfettered use of smartphones is creating a new problem. Bacteria that is normally only found in the restroom is being seen more and more elsewhere. Studies are showing that these bacteria are on both cell phones and hands, raising concerns as to how the bacteria got there. Listed below are the four most commonly found bacteria on cell phones.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Young Louisiana rapper ‘Da Real Gee Money’ shot dead

 22-year-old local rapper was shot to death early Sunday on Dallas Drive, Baton Rouge police said.
Garrett Burton, known as "Gee Money" or "Da Real Gee Money," was found about 1:30 a.m. in a parking lot in the 1900 block of Dallas Drive, police spokesman Sgt. Don Coppola said. Burton, of 3336 Laurel St., died at the scene.
No suspect or motive has been identified, Coppola said.
Baton Rouge activist Arthur "Silky Slim" Reed said he had met Burton a few times, calling him a very dedicated musician. 

8 dead, gunman killed at Dallas football watch party in Texas

8 people were shot dead on Sunday night when a gunman with multiple weapons barged into his ex-wife's home and went on a shooting spree.
A Texas football watch party had been underway at the single-family home off Spring Creek Parkway in Plano, less than 20 minutes from Dallas, around 8 p.m. when the shooter opened fire inside the party. Two people were wounded, and 7 were killed before authorities arrived and shot the gunman dead.
Authorities responded to the home in the 1700 block of West Spring Creek Parkway, near Custer Road, at 8:04 p.m. after multiple gunshots was reported. An officer heard shots upon arrival. He entered the home and confronted the gunman before fatally shooting him.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Images of Heroism Emerge From Hurricane’s Turmoil

The images of destruction and peril during Hurricane Irma have been hard to avoid, and the challenges are just beginning for those who evacuated or sheltered in place.
But there were also scenes of heroism and levity, many of which were shared widely on social media. These were some of the moments that offered people at least a small lift in difficult times.

North Korea sanctions: UN security council unanimously agrees new measures

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The UN security council has unanimously ratcheted up sanctions on North Korea, imposing a ban on the country’s textile exports and a ceiling on the country’s imports of crude oil.
The vote for the sanctions, the ninth package of measures imposed by the UN Security Council on Pyongyang since 2006 for its nuclear and missile tests, came as a relief to US diplomats who had feared a Chinese abstention, which would have considerably blunted the impact of the new sanctions.
In late night negotiations on Sunday, the US considerably diluted its initial draft sanctions resolution, which would have imposed a complete oil embargo and a partial naval blockade, in an effort to win support from China and Russia.The final resolution adopted by the security council on Monday imposed a ban on oil condensates exports to the regime, capped refined petroleum exports at 2m barrels a year – cutting existing export levels by half – and maintaining international exports of crude oil to North Korea at existing levels, about 4m barrels a year. China supplies most of North Korea’s crude.

18 of the best photos from around the US military

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Below, you can see photos of the missions and duties that have taken those men and women away from home

Aviation Electrician's Mate 2nd Class Lucas Mclean, assigned to the "Black Knights" of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 154, displays his patriotic body art aboard the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68), June 30, 2017.

Aviation Electrician's Mate 2nd Class Lucas Mclean, assigned to the "Black Knights" of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 154, displays his patriotic body art aboard the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68), June 30, 2017.
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Patty Jenkins to return to direct Wonder Woman 2

Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot on the set of Wonder Woman.

Patty Jenkins will return to direct the 2019 sequel to this year’s hit superhero movie Wonder Woman, film trade publications have said, after she became the highest-grossing female director in Hollywood history.
Jenkins will once again direct Israeli actress Gal Gadot as the superhero in Wonder Woman 2, scheduled for release on 13 December 2019, publications including Variety and Hollywood Reporter said.Both publications, citing unnamed sources, said Jenkins would be paid around $8m and also receive profits from the film’s box office gross.               

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Kim Wall case: Sub hatch cover caused death - suspect

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Swedish journalist Kim Wall died by accident after being hit by a hatch cover on board a submarine, the Danish owner of the vessel has told a court.
Peter Madsen said he had been holding the heavy hatch - but then lost his foothold and the hatch shut.
Mr Madsen then said he had tried to bury Ms Wall at sea and intended to commit suicide.
He has been charged with killing Ms Wall, whose headless torso was found on 23 August in waters off Denmark.
She was last seen alive on 10 August as she departed with Mr Madsen on his home-made submarine.

Tension in Abuja as factional students' associations clash over ASUU strike

Tension in Abuja as factional students' associations clash over ASUU strike (photos, video)

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike has taken a new dimension - Pro and anti-government student's associations has turned on each other - The Unity Fountain in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja is the battle ground There is currently a clash going on between two factions of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) at the Unity Fountain in Abuja. A first group had assembled at the Unity Fountain to protest the ongoing strike action by ASUU when another group appeared to counter the protest. While the anti-strike group led by Haruna Kadiri urged the federal government to do all within its power to ensure that the ongoing strike by ASUU is called off, the second group led by Ade Abayomi said they are not at the fountain for a clash. 
Abayomi who spoke to said it is clear to everyone that Kadiri is not a student. “He has no admission letter, and we have said it times without number that due process must be followed,” Abayomi said. 
He added that the faction had written to the federal government of the association's demand. He said a 21-day ultimatum had already been given to the government on the ongoing strike.
Meanwhile, NANS has given a 7-day ultimatum to the Niger state government over the health situation of one of its former leaders. In an emergency resolution issued in Abuja on Friday, September 1, the students body tasked the Niger State government as a matter of urgency, to take over the medical bill of Dauda Mohammed, a former president of NANS from Niger state. 

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Nigerian man Bunny Benson reportedly killed by a train in Italy

Nigerian man Benson Bunny reportedly killed by a train in Italy (photos)

A Nigerian businessman based in Italy, Bunny Benson, has just been reported dead by one of his friends who goes by the name Trigonometric Ratio on Facebook. His friend disclosed that he left late Benson at the train station in San Romano, Pisa, Italy, when the unfortunate incident happened. The deceased was reported to have missed his train five times already. Ratio disclosed to that: “He is my friend named Benson Bunny, he is an Igbo man, he just got killed now by fast running train in San Romano train station, Pisa, Italy. He was rushing to catch a train to Firenze Italy, where he does his business. According to him he has missed his train 5 times today. His body was littered everywhere.

5 signs you are likely suffering from “Nomophobia”

Most Millenials are prisoners of their phone.

Nomophobia is described as the fear of being without or unable to access one’s mobile phone. This habit has a propensity to negatively impact all human endeavours – work, relationship and social interaction.
“People with Nomophobia actually experience feelings of fear, anxiety and some people actually report panic just at the thought of not having their phone,” said Dr Elizabeth Waterman, a clinical psychologist.
These symptoms show you may be suffering from “Nomophobia”, but you did not know.

Meghan Markle finally opens up about her relationship with Prince Harry: 'We're in love'

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Actress Meghan Markle is finally opening up about her private relationship with Prince Harry, but don't expect her to give you too much of a peek into what it's like dating a member of the royal family. 
"We're a couple," Markle says in the October issue of Vanity Fair. "We're in love. I’m sure there will be a time when we will have to come forward and present ourselves and have stories to tell, but I hope what people will understand is that this is our time. This is for us. It’s part of what makes it so special, that it’s just ours. But we’re happy."
The two have been dating for over a year after meeting through friends in July 2016. They've kept such a low profile that there isn't a clear public photo of the pair together
The 36-year-old "Suits" actress says she isn't letting the whirlwind romance change much about her life.

Nigerian Tax Guru, Olanike Disu dies suddenly 24hrs after celebrating her birthday

Popular female tax guru, Olanike Disu, who is widely called Madam Tax, has died! She was a director at the Lagos Inland Revenue Service. She died yesterday September 4th, barely 24 hours after celebrating her birthday on Sunday, September 3rd.
She died in mysterious circumstances at a private hospital after complaining that she's not feeling too well barely 24-hours after she celebrated her birthday. She's survived by her two children. May her soul rest in peace, Amen.


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