BREAKING: 37 Nigerians deported from Italy just 2 weeks after another 33 were sent packing

The Italian government has deported 37 Nigerians for committing immigration-related offences in the country.
The deportees arrived at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMlA) Lagos, on Tuesday night.

The deportees,who are all males, were brought back in a chartered aircraft with registration number OM-IEX.

DSP Joseph Alabi, the spokesman of the Lagos Airport Police Command, confirmed the development.

The deportees were received by officers of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) , the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) and the Police.

Also on ground to receive them were officials the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN).

The deportees were profiled by immigration authorities and were each given a stipend to facilitate their transportation to their respective states.

It will be recalled that the Italian government had on Feb. 23 deported 33 Nigerians from the country for similar reasons.

Recall that just days after a set of Nigerians were deported from Libya and Cameroun, another 171 citizens have been repatriated to the country

The repatriation exercise was carried out by some organisations which collaborated with the National Emergency Management Agency.

Meanwhile, a Nigerian who spoke with Naij.com, in this video below believes if President Buhari is sick, then the country itself is sick.

Breaking: Court dissolves marriage of Nollywood actor Emeka Ike

News reaching us this moment states that Lagos High Court has dissolved the marriage between top actor Emeka Ike and his wife Suzanne Emma Rero.
Actor Emeka Ike and wife

The battle which started in 2015 has come to an end as seen on a news flash report by SaharaReporters on social media which stated that the couple was on Thursday, dissolved by a court sitting in Lagos.

Court Dissolves Marriage Of Actor Emeka Ike

The mother of three, Suzanne Emma Rero in 2016 filed for divorce from her husband of 16 years, due to the complaint that the actor could not stop battering her and constantly calls her a witch which Emeka vehemently denied.

More updates soon…

Out Now: Sweet Love by WizKid 

Wizkid has finally released Sweet Love, a song he recorded since early last year. Sweet Love becomes
Wizkid ’s 2nd single in 3 months following Daddy Yo, released just before Christmas.
According to Wiz, the song was inspired by Ojuelegba and is a song about him wanting sweet love and good vibe. Sweet Love is off Wizkid ’s Soud From The Otherside mixtape. Did he nail it? Listen below,

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Now Out: Give Thanks by Ace Hood

Ace Hood ‘s career. The Florida rapper released the revelatory Starvation 5 in July and the equally fiery Body Bag 4 in October . He shows no signs of letting up in 2017 . He follows last week’s “Guess Who ” with another heater: “ Give Thanks. “Ace recounts his many blessings and humble beginnings while also raining hellfire on his enemies over a trap-influenced beat produced by Scott Styles. “Turn a nigga to a beast / competition get deceased,” he raps.” Guess Who ” and “ Give Thanks ” mark the beginning of a series of tracks that will lead up to the release of Ace ‘s fourth studio album later this year

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Just In : Six Men Arrested By NAFDAC For Producing Fake Peak Milk, Injections And Documents.

NAFDAC parades men allegedly involved in producing fake beverages and injection water
– The agency also parade a syndicate who specialise in the forgery of NAFDAC numbers, certificates and documents of other government agencies

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) on Tuesday, February 28, paraded a group of suspected criminals arrested by the agency.

Punch reports that while speaking in Lagos, NAFDAC’s Acting Director General, Mrs Yetunde Oni, who was represented by the Director of Enforcement, Mr. Kingsley Ejiofor, said a distributor of fake Peak Milk and a manufacturer of fake water used in mixing injections was arrested.


NAFDAC arrests five people involved in production of fake beverages
Suspects displaying sample of counterfeit products recovered from them

She also disclosed that on February 24, the Federal Task Force on Fake and Counterfeit Water Production arrested one Mr. Daniel Ezekwelu for allegedly producing fake water for injection in two compounds at Ojoto, a village near Nnewi in Anambra state.

Oni said the agency raided the premises of one Mrs. Nkiru Okoro of Ezedams Nigeria Limited located along Kilometre 16, Badagry Expressway, Ojo, allegedly being used as a base for the production, distribution and sales of suspected counterfeit alcoholic beverages.

NAFDAC arrests five people involved in production of fake beverages

She said: “During the raid, two under-aged girls were found filling and sealing the fake water for injection under Ezekwelu’s cover.

“Items recovered include plastic containers, gas cylinders and packs of the fake water for injection packed as 100 to 10m vials and labelled ‘sterilised water for injection BP’, with manufacturing date of 2015 and expiry date put at 2020, and said to be produced by Hossanna Laboratories Limited, Surrey.”

Oni said a vehicle containing several cartons of suspected counterfeit Peak Milk from the East was intercepted by the agency as it arrived Lagos by 4am on February 17.

The agency also a syndicate that specialise in forgery of NAFDAC numbers, certificates and documents of other government agencies was busted after several reports from foreign countries.
She said after investigation, it was discovered that the three cases were hatched and executed by an alleged international criminal group headed by Mr. Eze Okoronkwo, a resident of Aba, Abia State.

Oni said: “Okoronkwo had other Nigerian collaborators, Indian collaborators as well as nationals of Philippines, Tunisia, El-Salvador, the United States, Canada, Mauritania, Denmark, Mexico, Greece, Switzerland, Indonesia and Republic of South Korea, who all acted as brokers to the syndicate.

“The syndicate had collected the sum of $13,640, while there were plans to collect a further sum of $57,720.”

Meanwhile, two Chinese men, Taolung Shen and Xu Jing Yao have been arrested in Lagosfor allegedly importing fake and substandard tyres into Nigeria.

The Chinese company, Sino Nigeria Import and Export Limited’s warehouse, located in Lagos was also sealed up by Standards Organisation of Nigeria (Son).

Panic As Housa woman Been Declares Wanted Alive By EFCC, See Her Crime

The Economic and Financial Crime Commission has declared a woman wanted over some fraudulent activities.
The woman who has been identified as Aisha Shettima Nur was declared wanted by the anti-graft agency on February 27.

The EFCC on their Facebook page said:

“The public is hereby notified that Aisha Shettima Nur whose photograph appears above, is wanted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for money laundering.

On November 14, 2016, Nur, a former banker, was convicted (in absentia) on a ten count charge of money laundering. Investigations had revealed that the convict laundered monies which were the proceeds of crime through the accounts of her siblings and daughter, as well as through the purchase of vehicles and stocking of a provision shop.

“While the cases were ongoing at both the Federal and State High Courts, the convict had jumped bail, consequent upon which judges of both courts issued bench warrants for her arrest. Unfortunately, all efforts to arrest her by the Commission proved abortive, resulting in suspended sentencing until the convict is apprehended.

“The fair-skinned fugitive is 37 years old and 5.4 feet tall. She hails from Maiduguri, Borno State and is fluent in Hausa, Kanuri and English languages. Her last known address is No 1, Umar Galadima Street, Kawo, Kano.

Anybody with useful information as to her whereabouts should contact the Commission in its Enugu, Ibadan, Kano, Lagos, Maiduguri, Gombe, Port Harcourt and Abuja offices or through these numbers 0809 3322 644 (0809 EFCC NIG), 0818 3322 644 (0818 EFCC NIG); its e-mail address: info@efccnigeria.org or the nearest Police Station and other security agencies,” the EFCC said.

Meanwhile, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has urged the general public to be good and patriotic citizens by reporting any money depositedmistakenly into their various accounts