March 23, 2017

Mike Epps estranged wife wants $109k in monthly support amid divorce

Mechelle Epps, the estranged wife of American stand-up comedian and actor, Mike Epps is asking him to pay her $109k a month in child and spousal support following their divorce in 2016, TMZ reports, citing court docs. Ms.Epps told the court that Mike makes $3.5 million a year but recently cut her off from his bank accounts and credit cards, leaving her dry with zero income.





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Female fraudster bags 14 years in jail for Issuance of Dud Cheque

A female fraudster was on Monday, March 20, 2017, convicted and sentenced to 14 years imprisonment at the State High Court sitting in Mararaba, Nasarawa State. Hanna Abraham was sentenced on a 3-count charge of obtaining by false pretence and issuance of a dud cheque to the sum of N7million preferred against her by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.







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Donald Trump sends condolences to Theresa May on the terror attack in London

Five people were killed and several others wounded in a terror attack near the Houses of Parliament in London today. In her reaction, UK Prime Minister Theresa May sounded a defiant note, hours after the attack on the Houses of Parliament, insisting that life will go on in London as normal.





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"I am still that church girl that is playful and loves Singing" Angela Okorie says as she shares her throwback photo

Actress, Angela Okorie shared this throwback photo on her Instagram page and talked about her closeness to God and how she used to sing in the choir with her friends. She wrote;






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FG reacts to reports of renewed attacks on Nigerians in South African

The Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reacted to reports of renewed attacks on Nigerians residing in South Africa. In a statement released by the Ministry's spokesperson, Clement Aduku last night, the ministry said the reports of renewed attacks calls for great concern as it comes few weeks after an attack that caused grave damage to Nigerians and their businesses.





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