Gelato crooner DJ Cuppy shared an image of her wining and dining with her valentine pals. She tagged it:-
#GalentinesDay party mine ❤️
It's certain she enjoyed herself, though she had tweeted earlier that she's single.
SINGLE AF #ValentinesWithNobody— Cuppy (@cuppymusic) February 14, 2020
PM Express Reporting
Facts have emerged on why a popular Celestial Church of God Pastor, Adesegun Babatunde, killed a lady suspected to be sex worker, buried her head and some parts of her body inside church altar in Osun State.
P.M.EXPRESS gathered that Pastor Babatunde was said to have needed to perform certain rituals which involved human blood and parts so that he would perform miracles in order to boost the Church membership and make more money.
However, the action has landed him in big trouble because he was later arrested by operatives from the Osun State Police Command alongside his accomplices, who claimed to be his boys and Church members.
The Police confirmed that the victim’s head, legs, kidney, one of her hands were cut and buried at the altar, while the remaining body was buried in the bush.
The victim was said to be from Rivers State, who left looking for greener pasture without the knowledge of her parents.
On further interrogation, the suspects confessed that the prime suspect, Pastor Babatunde, engaged and told them to bring a lady for ritual purposes as he promised to pay them N500, 000. The suspects thereafter took the investigators to where the remains of the victim were buried.
The Police were able to track and arrest Pastor Babatunde who fled the neighbourhood as soon as his accomplices were arrested.
The exhumed remains of the victim were deposited at General Hospital mortuary for autopsy.
The Police source said that the suspects will be charged to Court after the conclusion of the investigations.
The suspects will likely be charged for murder which attracts death sentence by hanging if they are tried and found guilty of the alleged offence before the Court.
Popular Yoruba actress, Mercy Aigbe, has dished out words of advice to single ladies dating married men to secure the ‘bag’ and cash out of the relationship and not to love.
The single mum of two gave the advice in her Valentine’s day message to lovers. In a video she shared on her YouTube channel, she said:
”If you are a side chic to a married man, Girl, you are better be cashing out. Secure the bag, get that dough, get that money because that man isn’t yours. Sis, he isn’t yours. He belongs to another woman so please it had better be worth it.
“Don’t go and collect chocolate and flowers as gifts from a married man oh.. If you do, your head needs to be examined. If you are dating a married man, chop his money, collect his money because that man is already married.
So stupid girls will be dating a married man will be doing love…sis he is not yours. He belongs to another woman so use your brain” she said
Africa recorded its first case of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on Friday as a foreigner who had been put in isolation at a hospital in Egypt tested positive for the disease.
In a statement, Egyptian Health Ministry said it had informed the WHO and had taken all necessary preventative measures.
It did not give the nationality of the affected person or any other details.
A total of 17 African countries, including Nigeria, have confirmed having facilities where the disease can be detected.
Apart from Egypt, other countries where the virus has been confirmed are Singapore, UK, Malaysia, Taiwan, Spain, Vietnam, Germany, UAE, France and Japan.
Other countries where cases of the disease have been reported are Thailand, Canada, Australia, Italy, Russia, Sweden, Finland, Cambodia, and the United States.
WHO said it could take 18 months for the first vaccine for coronavirus to be ready.
Meanwhile, the WHO says in the last 24 hours China has reported 1,820 laboratory-confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the total to 46,550.
Dr Michael Ryan, Executive Director, WHO Health Emergencies Programme, said this in a statement posted on the agency’s website on Friday.
Ryan gave the figures while briefing newsmen on COVID-19 at WHO headquarters in Geneva.
“China reported 13,332 clinically confirmed cases in Hubei province.
“ We understand that most of these cases relate to a period going back over days and weeks and are retrospectively reported as cases, sometimes back to the beginning of the outbreak itself.
“So this increase that you have all seen in the last 24 hours is largely down to a change in how cases are being diagnosed and reported.
“So, in other words, in Hubei province only a trained medical professional can now classify a suspected case of COVID-19 as a clinically-confirmed case on the basis of chest imaging, rather than having to have a laboratory confirmation,” he said
According to him, this allows clinicians to move and report cases more quickly, not having to wait for lab confirmation, ensuring that people get to clinical care more quickly.
“It also allows public health responses in terms of contact tracing and other important public health measures to be initiated.
”You have noticed with suspect cases, there have been some backlogs in testing and this is also going to help ensure that people get adequate care and adequate public health measures can be taken.
“So we are not dealing, from what we understand, with a spike in cases of 14,000 on one day,” he said.
According to him, to an extent this is an artefact of the reporting and we are working with our colleagues in China, and our team there are working very hard.
“They are working hard to see exactly how many days and weeks and how those numbers are spread across those days and weeks.
“In the rest of China and the rest of the world, laboratory confirmation for reporting is still required,’’ he said.
According to him, WHO will continue to track both laboratory and clinically-confirmed cases in Hubei province.
“We have seen this spike in the number of cases reported in China, but this does not represent a significant change in the trajectory of the outbreak.
“Outside China, there are 447 cases from 24 other countries, and now two deaths. In addition to the death in the Philippines, there is now one more death in Japan ,’’ he said.