Price Of Bread To Increase By 20%, Top Nollywood Actress Fights Over Lesbian Accusation…MORE

Bakers ‘Agree’ On 20% Hike In Bread Price

Bakers appeal to public over bread price hike

The Abuja bakers’ union has directed its members to implement a 20 per cent increase in prices of bread amid an increase in the cost of ingredients.

A union official told PREMIUM TIMES on Friday that operators of bakeries in the federal capital territory were advised that it was better to increase prices and reduce the quantities of bread loaves to cover the increased cost of ingredients like flour, sugar and butter, rather than close shop.

The decision followed days of scarcity of bread in Abuja, and speculations that bakers had gone on strike. Many households rely on bread as their staple for mostly breakfasts and other meals.

Source – Premium Times

 

Top Nollywood Actress Fights Over Lesbian Accusation

Nollywood actress, Biodun Okeowo popularly known as Omoborty has just clashed with her followers on Instagram over her recent post.

The movie star and mother of two had posted a video of where she’s playing with her daughter and asked her fans to guess what they were doing and a fan commented ‘ Lesbians’.

This obviously didn’t go down well with Omoborty and some of her diehard followers who under the comment section rained abuse on the Lesbianism accuser.

Source – Kemi Filani

Man Goes Wild, Murders Father, Buries Him In Shallow Grave

Man kills and buries his 70-year-old father inside a shallow grave in Anambra (photos)

A 26-year-old man, Chisom Ogum, has been arrested by men of the Anambra state police command for allegedly killing his biological father, Christopher Ogum, 70, and burying him in a shallow grave in Umuomaku community in Orumba South local government area of the state today September 26.

According to reports, Chisom reportedly went berserk, attacked, and killed his father with a shovel and then buried him in a shallow grave. The suspect attempted to escape before he was apprehended and beaten to stupor by an angry mob who equally forced him to exhume the corpse of his father from where he buried it.

Confirming the incident to newsmen, the spokesperson of the state police command, Haruna Mohammed, said police detectives visited the scene of the crime, photographed the victim and took the corpse to the mortuary for autopsy after it was certified dead by a medical doctor at Umunze general hospital.

Source – Linda Ikeji

 

Two Men Hack Each Other To Death While Fighting Over Woman

Peter Obi, former Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, vice presidential candidate, has reacted to campaign poster circulating online ahead of 2023 presidency.

The campaign poster which surfaced online on Friday, has Obi running for president while Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso, former Kano State Governor is his running mate.

Obi in a short statement on his verified Twitter page wrote: “I am not a part of the poster being circulated. – PO.”

Source – Daily Post 

 

Nigeria Shuts Two Isolation Centres Due To Lack Of Patients

COVID-19: Nigeria shuts two isolation centres due to lack of patients

Authorities of Federal capital territory have shut two of the four isolation centres for coronavirus patients in the Nigerian capital.

COVID-19 isolation centres located inside Karu and Asokoro general hospitals are now closed following the reduction in the number of patients.

Only the treatment centres in Idu and THISDAY Dome will now hold COVID-19 patients in Abuja.

Source – Within Nigeria.

 

Customs Officers Allegedly Shoot Panel Beater To Death In Ogun

Some men of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) have allegedly shot one Mr. Idowu Moses at Oja Odan, Yewa North Local Government area of Ogun State.

Idowu Moses, DAILY POST gathered, was the chairman of Nigerian Association of Panel Beaters, Oja Odan branch.

Sources said some operatives of the NCS were in Oja Odan earlier on Saturday in about three patrol vehicles.

Source – Daily Post 

 

Abraham’s Late Strike Saves Chelsea From 2nd Straight Defeat

Tammy Abraham’s late minute goal helped Chelsea avoid their second straight Premier League defeat against West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns.

Two goals from Callum Robinson and one from Kyle Bartley all in the first half saw Slaven Bilic’s men win the opening half of their encounter.

But the Blues fought back in the second half with Mason Mount, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Tammy Abraham all scoring to help the Stamford Bridge outfit share the spoils at the end of the game.

Source – Legit

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