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Actress Helen Duru has accused operatives of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) of attacking her in her apartment in Enugu state.

The actress shared a video of her covered in blood and with a fractured skull.

She alleged that the operatives forcefully gained access to her apartment at about 2 am this morning and attacked her despite that she was never a person of interest.

Narrating her ordeal, Helen wrote;

“Ccs department Enugu Zonal command of the economic and financial crime commission (EFCC) did this to me . exactly 02:53 I heard noise in my compound , then I gently came out at my balcony to peep what it was , I saw some men but couldn’t identify them as it was still dark. When they saw me, they asked me to come down and open the staircase door which I ignored and hid. They had flash lights . They kept insisting I open the staircase door . I later went inside my house.

Few minutes on , I heard a boy screaming and crying for help. Then my neighbor called me to alert me. I told her I was awake , We both came out from our balconies ( She lives on the first floor) they men started shouting at us that we should go in or open the staircase gate. The next thing we heard they started damaging the staircase door and gained acces . I went inside my room and locked the door. Two men climbed to my flat, damaged my two doors, gained access into my house and started beating me. I got a slap first that made me shouted Jesus Christ . They spoke in Hausa language but all I could hear was “yamiri” the beating became intense as they beat me in turns , using a rod/stick ( don’t exactly know what that was ) all over my body . One picked my usb phone cord and descended on me.

They kept speaking In Hausa as the beat me. I could feel the rage in them as I kept screaming Jesus . I feared for my life Then I ran into the bathroom and close the door. They try to push it down but the entrance was too slim for both of them. They left my room.

I thought they came on their own accord , once I noticed they left my room . I tried to come down to inform whoever is their superior what had happened, another one saw me, without saying a word he took his instrument and repeatedly hit my head screaming “get out ,go up “ I tried to explain why I had come down but he made sure he repeatedly hit my head until I felt fluid dripping on my face . I wiped my face and saw it was blood. ( continue from the pictures ). Please me repost this until it gets to the right authorities.”

 [PM News]


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Nigerian singer, Chike has sold his GLE Benz for the sake of his new album, The Brother’s Keeper. In a tweet, Chike revealed he sold the Benz for 11 Million Naira after he couldn’t meet up with the bills from his PR company.


According to Chike, the sell off was because he need money to promote his music. He informed his fans that the car no longer belongs to him and if they see anyone driving it, they should mind their business.

He also added that if any of his fans happen to see him trekking in Lekki, they should ignore him and face front.

If you see me trekking, mind your business” – Chiké says as he sells his  Benz-GLE to fund music | Theinfong



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The seventh week of the ongoing Big Brother Naija Level Up competition commenced on a negative note following the devastating elimination of Amaka, one of the most interesting contestants in this edition. Viewers of the reality tv show dubbed her elimination unfair as it came during a week day and not the traditional Sunday eviction show.

It is important to note that this would not be the first time a Big Brother Naija contestant would be evicted from the competition on a week day. In previous seasons, housemates had surprisingly been kicked out of the show on week days for several reasons including disqualification or failing to win a significant contest. Hence, Amaka’s elimination is not historic.


Equally, aside from the current Head of House, Dotun who would not be facing eviction this coming week, every other housemate understands that they could be leaving the house this coming Sunday. Unlike the last eviction show where fake housemate, Modella was sent packing for failing to carry out Biggie’s assignment, at least two housemates would be leaving the competition this weekend.

Everyone, including Dotun’s deputy, Daniella could be sent packing. Due to the fate that awaits the housemates on Sunday, the timorous housemates who are in romantic relationships try to discuss what the future holds for them when they “go outside the house”.

Here are five talking points from the seventh week of the BBNaija Level Up competition.


Questions raised about Sheggz’s ‘unhealthy’ obsession with Bella


Sheggz came into the competition as a natural fan favourite due to his good looks and charming personality, the footballer later entered into a relationship with another contestant, Bella, establishing the union dubbed ‘Shella’ by netizens.

As time went on, Sheggz became very possessive of Bella, giving her orders and restricting her from bonding with other housemates, especially the male contestants. As a matter of fact, both contestants received stern warning from the show coordinator, Biggie, one week ago for failing to contribute significantly to a particular task after they were paired with different contestants.

On Thursday, a segment between Sheggz and Bella raised eyebrows after the footballer hurled insults at his lover for failing to yield to his instruction.

The conversation was specifically about food.

“You struggle with instructions.

I told you don’t open it.

Why can’t you listen.

Because you’re who? Somebody cannot even have a girlfriend that listens,” Sheggz heatedly said in the brief argument that ended almost immediately it started.

Watch the segment below:

The sweethearts have had a week of back-to-back arguments that has left Bella’s fans and viewers concerned for her mental health amid what has been described as Sheggz‘ “controlling” and “abusive” behavior.

During her Thursday diary session, Bella admitted to Big Brother that they were on the brink of a breakup and desperately in need of a dinner date for all the privacy that comes with it.


Here is what concerned viewers have to say about their relationship.

The ‘what are we’ conversation between Hermes and Allysyn

Hermes and Allysyn have decided to talk about their ongoing entanglement.


On Wednesday, they decided to ask about the direction of their ongoing affair.


The conversation today was birthed by a break in communication from the night before, the housemates spoke seriously about their future, especially outside the house, noting the realities of their individual lives.

True to his response style, Hermes made a philosophical lecture of the conversation noting that Allysyn needed to make up her mind on how she intends to deal with their lives in and out of the house.

Very early on in the show, Hermes stunned the housemates with the revelation that he was in a relationship with two beautiful women in the real world.

He also made no secret of his romantic interests in Allysyn.

When the pair finally sealed things with a passionate kiss during one of the Saturday night parties, fans and shippers cheered.

Moment of reflection for Daniella

Daniella was in tears after her infamous romp with the current head of house, Dotun a night prior.

Just after Daniella seems to have been moving on from her defunct relationship with Khalid who was evicted from the reality show a couple of weeks, she hinted that she was having second thoughts about her relationship with the week’s Head of House.

On Thursday morning, Daniella was seen shedding tears as if she was apologetic about what had happened between her and Dotun.

Watch the segment below:

Evicted ‘Fake’ housemate gives reason for refusing to get attached with Bryann

Modella, one of the four fake Big Brother Naija Level Up housemates, was eliminated from the competition on Sunday, August 28.


She was evicted due to her inability to comply with Biggie’s demands and tasks.

She was the only contestant, though fake, who was eliminated from the competition on Sunday.

Modella was reacting to a question from a fan identified as Moalebogo Zibani, who identifies as a fan of Bryann on Twitter.

Asking the question, the fan wrote, “Biggie on behalf of Vibryannts, thank you for freeing Bryann from Modella.”

Reacting the statement, Modella had this to say, “Really… Girl… Bryann would have still wanted me to remain in the house though.”

She continued, “Me and Bryann, we are really cool. Whatever happens, happens. I am a fake housemate and I do not want him to get too attached to me.”

Watch her speak below.

Chichi and Eloswag fall out over bathroom use

Wednesday, two housemates, Chichi and Eloswag commenced the day with conflict as they came close to throwing hands over the latter insisting on washing the bathroom before other housemates use it.

The contest also involved Rachel.

“You are one of the people always littering this bathroom,” Rachel stated while she was confronting Chichi.

Watch the segment below:



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Timaya’s manager and childhood friend Prince Oluzor has died from gunshot injuries after he was shot outside a gas station in Atlanta.

Prince Oluzor, who was 38- years old, stopped at the BP along 14th Street NW at Atlantic Drive near Georgia Tech around 9 p.m. on Wednesday 31 August.

While waiting in line in the store for about a couple of minutes, he noticed some individuals trying to get into his car.

He ran outside in pursuit of them. As he approached them, one of the suspects opened fire, shooting him. Oluzor was rushed to the hospital, but died from his injuries.

The suspects are still at large. Police say there were 2 to 3 suspects last seen leaving in a gray or silver four-door sedan heading west on 14th Street NW.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta at 404-577-8477.


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Kanye West, the controversial US rapper, says his addiction to pornography destroyed his family.

The award-winning rap mogul spoke about his pornography addiction and family during a recent Instagram rant.

In the now-deleted posts, Kanye West called out Kris Jenner, his ex-mother-in-law, for allowing Kylie and Kim Kardashians, her daughters, to get involved in the Playboy magazine shot.

“Don’t let Kris make you do playboy like she made [Kylie] and Kim do,” he wrote while addressing Victoria Villarroel, Jenner’s former assistant.

West also described Hollywood as a “giant brothel,” while vowing not to allow his daughters to get involved in the movie industry.

“Hollywood is a giant brothel Pornography destroyed my family I deal with the addiction. Instagram promotes it Not gonna let it happen to Northy and Chicago,” he wrote, in reference to his daughters.

In another post, West, Kris, and Kim could be seen arguing about the school the kids will attend.

“My kids going to Donda, they not going to Sierra Canyon. Charlemagne the God and Kris. Get your motherfucking popcorn,” he added.

Kardashian filed for divorce from West in February 2021. They share four kids together — North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.

West had previously talked about his porn addiction during an interview with Zane Lowe.


“For me, Playboy was my gateway into full-on pornography addiction,” he had said.

“My dad had a Playboy left out at age five and it’s affected almost every choice I made for the rest of my life.”


Watch the 2019 interview below:


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Mikhail Gorbachev was a voice of sanity in a crazy cold war world, and his death marks the end of a particular era in 20th century history. During his time as leader of the Soviet Union (1985-1991), Gorbachev brought about enormous change in Russian politics and society, in international relations, and in the global ideological struggle.

He highlighted the dangers of nuclear weapons, the growing environmental catastrophe, and the need to make socialism relevant in an increasingly globalised capitalist world.

Gorbachev was born in Privolnoye in southern Russia in 1931 and his family were victims of Stalinist repression. Gorbachev’s experiences during the great patriotic war (second world war) and the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union greatly influenced his world view. He was also influenced by the Czechoslovakian communist Alexander Dubček who introduced significant reforms in his country during the Prague Spring of 1968.

To really understand what the world has lost, here’s five things you need to know about him.

1. He helped end the cold war

When considering which of the 1980s’ big three leaders – Gorbachev, US president Ronald Reagan and UK prime minister Margaret Thatcher – was most important in ending the cold war peacefully, the answer is clearly Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev.

His meeting with Thatcher in 1984 saw her declare that he was a man she “could do business with”, and she encouraged Reagan to meet the Soviet leader. A number of high-profile summit meetings took place and a relationship of trust between the two superpower leaders developed.

Talks soured over the two nations’ nuclear and defence capabilities, but Gorbachev restarted negotiations and continued to work towards a world free of nuclear weapons. He helped bring Reagan to the point where he would declare, while standing in Moscow’s Red Square in 1988, that the USSR was no longer an “evil empire”.

The most astonishing turn of events began in December that year when Gorbachev told a meeting of the UN General Assembly that he was planning to remove hundreds of thousands of Soviet troops and thousands of tanks from Soviet-occupied eastern Europe.

Previous Soviet leaders had sent tanks in to shore up Kremlin-backed dictatorships, but Gorbachev concluded that the USSR had “no right, moral or political, to interfere in events” there. The military move out of eastern Europe was hugely significant in paving the way for eastern European countries to become independent.

2. He tried to democratise the Soviet Union

When Gorbachev became Soviet leader in March 1985, he inherited a country and system in trouble. The situation was not quite as critical as he led people to believe, but the economy was slowing down. Consumer goods were hard to find in the shops, and few people still believed in communism .

Gorbachev introduced significant reforms – perestroika (restructuring), glasnost (openness) and demokratizatsiya (democratisation) – and these were designed to save the Soviet Union and make life better for Soviet citizens whose living standards were declining. His foreign policy also sought to improve relations between east and west and to end the nuclear arms race.

His credentials as a genuine reformer were first tested in April 1986 with the meltdown at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Gorbachev used this to reform the Soviet media and allow more investigative journalism to report on aspects of Soviet life that were traditionally hidden.

Citizens were allowed to discuss and debate important issues so they could know about their past as they considered their future. Gorbachev said that the Chernobyl disaster, “more than anything else, opened up the possibility of much greater freedom of expression in the Soviet Union”, and it made glasnost more important. Things really were beginning to change.

Gorbachev’s perestroika began to change the communist party. Embracing individualism and competition became a core part of the Soviet economic ideal. And these ideas extended into eastern Europe, previously tightly controlled by Moscow, where greater freedom was starting to be allowed.

3. He freed eastern Europe

Gorbachev’s promise to allow eastern Europeans the right to go their own way was a logical consequence of glasnost at home. Political protesters in Soviet satellite states used Gorbachev’s reforms to see how far they could push their governments away from the days when their movements were controlled, their purchases restricted and freedom of speech limited.


Across the summer and autumn of 1989, eastern Europeans pushed ruling dictators from power. The Berlin wall (which divided communist eastern Europe from the west) would not have come down when it did without Gorbachev pushing for significant change.

Germans were certainly grateful to Gorbachev and the role he played in helping to unify their country. Previously East Germany had been separated from West Germany by a wall or fence with security posts, and people were shot trying to escape. The end of Soviet rule in eastern Europe was a powerful reminder that nothing lasts forever. And this included the Soviet Union itself.


4. He sparked the collapse of the Soviet Union

Gorbachev allowed Soviet citizens to find their voice in the 1980s, and they used their collective power to criticise the government and non-Russians built powerful independence movements. These grew quickly and they helped to sweep Gorbachev, his reform process, and ultimately the Soviet Union, away.

The Baltic states first called for more autonomy and then for the right to secede from the USSR. Other republics including Ukraine followed this call. Wider protests across the Soviet Union destabilised the country and the once sure-footed Gorbachev ordered the army in to lead bloody clampdowns of nationalist meetings in Georgia and Lithuania. Dozens of people died in these clashes.

Gorbachev realised that he had to renegotiate the relationship between Russia and the other republics. But the New Union Treaty spooked communist hardliners so much that they led a coup and removed him from power while he was on holiday in the Crimea. On December 25, he resigned as Soviet leader.

5. He won’t be getting a state funeral

Gorbachev didn’t agree with current Russian leader Vladimir Putin on various policies including the invasion of Ukraine, and he was a public critic of the president. In his 2016 book The New Russia, Gorbachev wrote that Putin’s “current policies are an obstacle to progress”.

For Putin, Gorbachev was a weak leader who initiated the “biggest geopolitical catastrophe of the century” – the collapse of the Soviet Union. Putin would not want to be seen giving a national honour to someone who he blamed for weakening Russia, especially as Gorbachev is still lauded as a hero in the west.

Inside Russia, Gorbachev is less popular than in the west, and seen as the instigator of the problems they experienced in the chaotic, troubled 1990s when crime rose, there was mass unemployment and many people lost their money after banks suddenly closed.

His mixed legacy was highlighted well in an advert he made for Pizza Hut.

However, Gorbachev’s willingness to talk to his political enemies and to negotiate with those who saw the world differently to him was as powerful a message in the 1980s as it is now. And this is why Mikhail Gorbachev must be remembered as one of the most significant political leaders of the 20th century.

[Premium Times]

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The World Bank Group President, David Malpass, has said that the bank is ready to support Nigeria in phasing out regressive fuel subsidies while increasing social assistance for the poor and vulnerable.

He also stressed the need for a unified exchange rate in Nigeria, which would significantly improve the business-enabling environment in Nigeria, attract foreign direct investment, and reduce inflation.

According to a statement published on the Bank’s website on Thursday, Malpass said this when he met with Vice President Yemi Osinbajo of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

The statement read in part, “President Malpass encouraged a decisive move toward exchange rate unification and stabilization by Nigeria, highlighting the economic benefits for the Nigerian people. President Malpass emphasized to Vice President Osinbajo that a unified exchange rate will significantly improve the business enabling environment in Nigeria, attract foreign direct investment, and reduce inflation.”

The statement noted that Malpass and Osinbajo discussed Nigeria’s Energy Transition Plan.

It added that Malpass welcomed Nigeria’s commitment to achieving universal energy access and reducing GHG emissions while maintaining reliable baseload.

He further stressed the importance of integrating climate and development, as well as the need for an enabling policy and regulatory environment alongside strengthened institutions in the energy sector.

The statement also noted that Malpass and Osinbajo discussed the importance of increasing domestic revenues through broadening Nigeria’s tax base and increasing the efficiency of tax administration.

In January this year, the Federal Government ignored warnings from economists and multilateral agencies such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, deciding to retain the controversial fuel subsidies for another 18 months following threats of protests by the Nigerian Labour Congress and other interest groups.

In a recent The PUNCH report, it was disclosed that the cost of fuel subsidy was estimated to increase by 369.93 per cent from 2021 to 2023.

In 2021, the NNPC said fuel subsidy gulped N1.43tn, although there was no record for under-recovery in January.

The finance minister said that the Federal Government had projected to spend N6.72tn on petrol subsidy payments in 2023.

However, Ahmed noted that the subsidy payment projection was based on two scenarios, with the first being spending an estimated N6.72tn for the entire year and the second, removing subsidies by June 2023, with the government spending N3.36tn rather than the full estimated N6.72tn.

She further noted that both scenarios had implications for net accretion to the federation account and projected deficit levels.



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The Lagos State Police Command has arrested popular musician, Ice Prince, for allegedly assaulting a police officer.

The singer was arrested in the early hours of Friday, according to the command’s Police Public Relations Officer, Benjamin Hundeyin.

He said the singer was stopped for driving without license plates but allegedly abducted the police officer in his car and assaulted the said officer.

Hundeyin in a tweet on his Twitter handle on Friday also alleged that the singer threatened to throw the officer in a river.

The tweet read, “At 3am today, @Iceprincezamani was stopped for driving without license plates. He agreed to be taken to the station.

“He, thereafter, abducted the police officer in his car, assaulted him and threatened to throw him in the river. He has been arrested and would be arraigned today.”


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THE Twitter team is internally testing the ‘Edit Tweet’ button before it is extended to Twitter Blue subscribers in the coming weeks.

In a post, Twitter said ‘Edit Tweet’ is the most demanded feature by users of the social media application, and edited Tweets would be public.

The feature will allow users to effect changes to their Tweets even after it has been posted. It provides a window period for fixing typos, adding missed tags and more.

“For this test, Tweets will be able to be edited a few times in the 30 minutes following their publication.

“Edited Tweets will appear with an icon, timestamp, and label so it’s clear to readers that the original Tweet has been modified.

“Tapping the label will take viewers to the Tweet’s Edit History, which includes past versions of the Tweet,” the post said.


The limited timeline and editing history are instrumental as they safeguard conversations and provide a public record of the initial post.

Twitter said it is intentionally testing the new button with a controlled group to aid effective feedback, and solve potential issues which consist of the feature’s misuse.

“Later in September, Twitter Blue subscribers will get access to Edit Tweet; this early access would aid Twitter’s test before its official launch.

“We’ll also be paying close attention to how the feature impacts the way people read, write, and engage with Tweets,” the post added.

Twitter has said it will keep improving user experience.


Last modified on Friday, 02 September 2022 06:00

Technology company Flutterwave has been granted a Switching and Processing License by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). The license is widely regarded as CBN’s most valuable payment processing license.


This license will allow Flutterwave to offer customers transaction switching and card processing services. Others include non-bank acquiring, agency banking and payment gateway services.

The Switching and Processing license allows Flutterwave to enable transactions between banks, fintechs and other financial institutions. The Company is also able to process card transactions, participate in agency banking and offer various payment services without any intermediary. Prior to this license, Flutterwave operated with its Payment Solution Service Provider (PSSP) and International Money Transfer Operator (IMTO) licenses.

Since its inception, Flutterwave has processed over 200 million transactions worth over $16 billion to date and serves more than one million businesses including customers like Uber, Flywire,, and others.


The company stated that its key advantage is international payment processing in 150 currencies and multiple payment modes including local and international cards, mobile wallets, bank transfers, Barter by Flutterwave etc. Flutterwave has an infrastructure reach in over 34 African countries, including Nigeria, Uganda, South Africa and others.

Flutterwave CEO and Founder, Olugbenga Agboola said: “This is big news for our customers, partners, investors, and other stakeholders. It is an important milestone in our growth story. Building a thriving payments ecosystem in Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy, is in line with our goal of developing a world-class and secure payment infrastructure for global merchants and payment service providers across the continent.”

Also, Flutterwave’s Chief Regulatory and Government Affairs Officer, Oluwabankole Falade said the firm was thrilled to have been issued the license after fulfilling all of the regulatory requirements. “The application process was rigorous and included a detailed review of our operations as a business. As a switch, we have more responsibilities and will continue to work with Regulators to ensure we meet and exceed their expectations.”


Head, Product Marketing of the company, Onyedikachim Nwankwo, said the license would allow the firm to offer more services and explore more payment use cases for its ecosystem. “With this license, we can offer more value to our customers while taking more control of our value chain to enable an improved payments experience for our enterprise, medium scale and retail customers.”

“The application and review process by the CBN was a tough and rigorous process that examined every aspect of Flutterwave’s business, including the company’s financial position.

“We remain a leading African payments technology company that enables businesses across the world to expand their operations in Africa and other emerging markets through a platform that enables cross-border transactions via one API.”


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