31 January, 2020

Man accused of killing his missing wife ‘dies in hospital two days after suicide attempt’

Man accused of killing his missing wife ‘dies in hospital two days after suicide attempt’
Man accused of killing his missing wife
A 52-year-old man who was charged with killing his estranged wife after she went missing has died two days after he attempted suicide.
In a statement by Norm Pattis, the lawyer of Fotis Dulos said his client died just after 5.30pm at Jacobi Medical Center on Thursday in the Bronx, New York.
Mr. Pattis said: “Mr. Dulos was tried and convicted in the court of public opinion. Now he has been executed.”
His attorney added: “We remain committed to demonstrating he did not murder Jennifer.”
Before his death, the estranged husband of Jennifer Farber Dulos attempted to take his own life inside his garage while awaiting trial for the murder of wife Jennifer Dulos who went missing after dropping her children at school.
Man accused of killing his missing wife
The real estate businessman was found in his car inside the garage of his mansion in Farmington, Connecticut, on Tuesday afternoon, having suffered carbon monoxide poisoning.
He was found by Police officers who had gone to check on him as he failed to appear for a court hearing over one of the properties used to secure his $6 million bond.
Officers later found him at his Farmington, Connecticut, house in distress and called for an ambulance. They performed CPR and airlifted him to UConn Heath for treatment of carbon monoxide poisoning before they took him to a specialist medical centre.  He died after two days.
His estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos, a 50-year-old mother of five, disappeared in May 2019 in New Canaan, Connecticut, after she dropped her children off at school.
Man accused of killing his missing wife
Investigators found her car near a park not far from her home, but she has not been seen or heard from since, and officials now believe she is dead.
She and Fotis Dulos were in the midst of a bitter custody battle before she went missing.
In 2017, Jennifer Farber Dulos moved out to a home in New Canaan and filed for divorce, court records show. She told officials she was afraid of her husband, according to court documents obtained by CNN.
“I know that filing for divorce and filing this motion will enrage him,” she said, according to the documents. “I know he will retaliate by trying to harm me in some way.”
Fotis Dulos denied making any threats or bullying her, according to court filings.
He and his then-girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, were arrested in June and charged with tampering with or fabricating evidence after investigators found blood stains and evidence of attempts to clean the crime scene, officials said. They pleaded not guilty.
He was arrested on murder and kidnapping charges earlier this month and again pleaded not guilty.
In arrest affidavits, police said they believe Jennifer was attacked in the garage of her rented property in New Canaan, Connecticut, after taking her kids to school before the killer moved her body in her car, which was found nearby.
During the search for Ms.Jennifer, Police found pools of blood that appear to have been partially mopped up, as well as blood in the car.

I killed my girlfriend because she left me for wealthy men after my money got finished

I killed my girlfriend because she left me for wealthy men after my money got finished
A 31-year-old man paraded by the Taraba State Police Command has confessed to killing his girlfriend, Imbajuri Ambisi.
The suspect identified as Munda Bala reportedly conspired with his two friends to kill his girlfriend who they burnt to ashes before burying her in a bush.
The native of Donga Local Government Area who was paraded alongside some ashes and bones of the deceased, blamed the sad act on jealousy and hardship.
He told newsmen;
“I fell in love with Imbajuri Ambisi. She became my girlfriend; I got her pregnant and she delivered a baby boy and killed him after seven months.
“This got me angry and I couldn’t tell anyone. My money got finished and she ran away to some wealthy guys who engage in the selling of rosewoods to foreigners.”
“This got me jealous and I met two of my friends who advised me that if I really want my heart to be at rest, I have to kill her, hence our decision to eliminate her.”
Taraba State Police Spokesperson, David Misal said a manhunt has already been launched to arrest the other fleeing suspects.


07 January, 2020

A Hausa woman with Biafrans Flag (Video)

A Hausa woman with Biafrans Flag (Video)

It was amazing how that I saw a Hausa Muslim woman with the Biafran  wrapper today, she used it to tai here baby at here bag and I was like does this woman know what she is doing 😕😱😱😱??
See the video below

06 January, 2020

Iranian Hackers Hack Into American Government’s Website

A US government website has been targeted by hackers claiming to be from Iran, according to a report by Metro UK.
The website for the Federal Depository Library Program,, showed a picture of Donald Trump being punched in the face, along with a message from ‘the Islamic Republic of Iran’.
Below the President’s bleeding face were the words ‘Hacked by Iran Cyber Security Group Hackers’ and ‘this is only a small part of Iran’s cyber ability’.
The chilling warning said ‘martyrdom was (Suleimani’s)… reward for years of implacable efforts’.
He said the number 52 was symbolic of the number of American hostages taken by Iran ‘many years ago’.
In a series of sinister tweets Trump warned that some of those targets were ‘high level’ and important to Iranian culture.
He said: ‘Iran itself will be hit very fast and very hard. The USA wants no more threats!’
Iran has vowed harsh vengeance over a US airstrike in Baghdad that killed leader of the Quds force general Qassem Soleimani.


01 January, 2020

Bishop David Oyedepo releases his prophecies for 2020

Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith Church, has released his prophecies for the new year, 2020.
Speaking during the 2019 cross-over night at the church’s headquarters in Ota, Ogun State, Oyedepo disclosed that Nigerians would break limits in all their endeavours.
He said: “The Bible is full of limit breakers. God has ordained to get you on the list of limit breaking saints. I receive this prophetic Word and I declare with my mouth that.
“I am stepping into the year 2020 breaking limits in all my endeavours, in my spiritual life, in my business, in my career, in my destiny. I receive it, I believe it, and I experience it.

“The year 2020 is ordained my limit breaking year and i am stepping into the reality of it with faith in God whose hand can make anything happen at anytime. So help me Jesus, to walk into the reality of this limitless grace in all area of my life.
“I am breaking limit in my health,I am breaking limit in my family, in the name of Jesus!”.

Apostle Suleman Unveils New Year 2020 Prophetic Declaration

Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) has prophesied that 2020 shall be a year of greater glory and greater works.

This news medium understands that Apostle Suleman released the prophetic words on New Year’s Day for 2020.

In a tweet on his handle, the tough-talking clergyman also predicted that helpers will come to people from every part of the World.

“This year 2020 shall be your year of greater glory and greater works…you will become an institution..your sorrow shall be turned to joy(John 16.20) shall enjoy peace on every side…helpers will come to you from everywhere in Jesus name..happy new year,”
He tweeted

24 December, 2019

Gunmen kidnap Oba Akinramade’s wife and two daughters, demand N60 million ransom

Gunmen kidnap Oba Akinramade
The kidnappers of Olori Regina Akinrinmade, the wife of a monarch, Oba Rufus Akinrinmade, the Orunja of Odigbo kingdom and her two daughters, have demanded N60 million ransom for their release.

Chief Olu Akinsawe, the Odofin of Odigbo kingdom confirmed this development to journalists in Odigbo Local Government Area of Ondo State saying the monarch’s wife, her two daughters and their drivers, were abducted by some unknown gunmen on Saturday along Owo-Oba-Ikare Akoko road while heading to Akungba Akoko.
“They are still in the kidnappers’ den as I speak; the security agencies are yet to know their whereabouts.  
“The abductors have reduced their ransom from N100 million to N60 million. We have been praying for their safety, we, therefore, appeal to the abductors to release them unhurt,” Akinsawe said.
He, however, called on the state government and security agencies within and around the area to help rescue the monarch’s family from the unknown gunmen.