“Sex negotiation leads to death” | 7 important things you didn’t read yesterday (but should have)

1. Dirty Messi loses his cool

Apparently, Lionel Messi can get dirty and nasty on a football pitch… who knew?

The mercurial, diminutive talent, lost his cool on Wednesday, as he grabbed the throat of Roma’s defender, Yangwa-Mbiwa.

And as always, his violent conduct did not earn him a red card from the referee… who probably didn’t want to upset him further.




2. El Rufai doing something new in Kaduna

Nasir El-Rufai is on a roll…

Perhaps, there’s a competition for best governor in the first 100 days in office?

The Kaduna state governor, has broken some hearts by ordering that all the state’s monies should be held in one account- Treasury Single Account.




3. If this would help Minimah sleep at night, fine.

Former Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Kenneth Minimah, has tried to justify the court-martial of those soldiers.

The soldiers, who were sent to the war-front without ammunition, yet went on trial for refusing to fight.

Minimah, during a pulling-out ceremony in his honour, said the court martial of the soldiers inspired the army.




4. It’s war… between Police and cultists

The battle line has been drawn between police officers and cultists in Ogun state.

“We have decided that a cult member would be treated as an armed robber, a murderer.”

The above statement by Ogun State Commissioner of Police, Abdulmajid  Ali, says all there is to say…




5. Dr. Thomas is not on the run

Doctor Femi Thomas says he’s not on the run, but people are saying he is..

Who knows why these rumours surface when the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission goes after public officials?

The Former Executive Secretary of National Health Insurance Scheme, says he is ready and available for those folks at EFCC.




6. Would you die for your country for N49k?

When you hear tales of Nigerian soldiers fleeing from Boko Haram, remember- they are reportedly paid N49,000 per month.

Social media influencer and show-host, Kayode Ogundamisi believes our soldiers are paid that paltry nonsense.

And we wonder why the war against Boko Haram, yet lingers.




7. Sex negotiation leads to death

Dear God, may one’s last act not be ‘negotiating for sex with a hooker’… 

Even though it’s not good to speak ill of the dead, Anuoluwapo Saheed, will have some explaining to do before his maker.

He was recently killed in Abule Egba, Lagos, while trying to negotiate for sex service.


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