Wizkid Allegedly Hides From DNA Paternity Test, Avoids 2nd Baby Mama

Ever since the news broke out about the existence of a second baby mama, reports have been circulating about Wizkid’s alleged refusal to take responsibility of the baby who’s mother is Guinean-American Binta Diallo.
In an interview with The Shaderoom, Miss Diallo alleged that Starboy Wizzy has refused to own up to his parental responsibilities and referred to him as a ‘deadbeat dad’.
Reports emerging have revealed that Wizkid is indeed shying away from his fatherly responsibilities.

Inside sources revealed to YNaija that the Nigerian singer has also refused to show up for a DNA test requested by Binta Diallo, to prove that he is indeed, the father of her son.


Supreme Court okays Rev King to die by hanging

ABUJA – The Supreme Court has okayed the convicted General-Overseer of the Christian Praying Assembly, Chukwuemeka Ezeugo, a.k.a Rev. King to die by hanging. In a unanimous judgment Friday afternoon, a seven-man panel of Justices ‎of the apex court led by Justice Walter Onnoghen, upheld the death sentence that was earlier handed to Ezeugo by the Lagos State High Court.

Consequently, the court in its lead verdict that was delivered by Justice Sylvester Ngwuta, dismissed the appeal the convicted clergy lodged before it. General Overseer of the Christian Praying Assembly, Rev. Chukwuemeka Ezeugo, a.k.a Reverend King Justice Ngwuta who noted that “the ‎facts of the case could have been lifted from horror film”, resolved all the 12 issues Ezeugo raised in his appeal.” “This appeal has no merit. The judgement of the court of appeal is hereby affirmed. The prison sentence that was earlier handed to the appellant is no longer relevant in view of the death sentence passed on him”, Justice Ngwuta held. It will be recalled that Ezeugo was convicted and sentenced to death by hanging on January 11, 2007, for the alleged murder of his church member, Ann Uzoh. He was arraigned on September 26, 2006 on a six-count charge of attempted murder and murder. The charge against him was at the instance of the Lagos State Directorate of Public Prosecutions. During the trial, the prosecution had argued that the convict poured petrol on the diseased, Uzor and five others. Uzoh died on August 2, 2006, exactly 11 days after the incident. In her judgment, trial Justice Joseph Oyewole who is now a Justice of the Court of Appeal at Calabar, said there was sufficient evidence linking the accused person to the commission of the crime. Consequently, Justice Oyewole convicted and sentenced Ezeugo to 20 years imprisonment for the attempted murder and death by hanging for the offence of murder.

Dissatisfied with the judgment, Ezeugo took the case before the Lagos Division of the Court of Appeal. The condemned clergy, in his notice of appeal dated January 16, 2007, prayed the appellate court to set aside the judgment. Aside 16 grounds of appeal he raised through his lawyer, Mr. Olalekan Ojo, he was subsequently granted leave to argue additional 16 grounds based an amended notice of appeal he filed on June 15, 2008. Ojo argued that his client did not commit the crime and was not at the scene of the incident. He insisted that the deceased, Uzoh, had in two statements she made after the incident and before her death, stated that she got burnt in a generator accident and that the cleric was not responsible for her injuries.

Ojo said the Investigating Police Officer, IPO, had tendered statements which stated that Ezeugo was not responsible for the burns that led to Uzoh’s death. He alleged that the trial Judge refused to admit in evidence, the statements he said exonerated Ezeugo of the crime. The lawyer further contended had those “vital exhibits” been admitted rather than expunged by the trial judge, they would have operated to cast serious doubt on the case of the prosecution. He maintained that Justice Oyewole’s refusal to admit the exhibits in evidence “occasioned a great miscarriage of justice” against his client. Meanwhile, after due consideration of the case, a three-man panel of justices of the appellate court, in a lead judgment that was delivered by Justice Fatimo Akinbami, dismissed Ezeugo’s appeal and upheld the high court verdict.

The other members of the appellate court panel that equally concurred with the lower court’s verdict were Justices Amina Augie and Ibrahim Saulawa. Determined to save his life, Rev Ezeugo lodged an appeal before the Supreme Court. His appeal was challenged by the Lagos state government which through its Attorney General, Mr. Adeniji Kazeem and Director of Public Prosecutions, Mrs. Idowu Alakija, urged the apex court to dismiss it and uphold the concurrent verdicts of the two lower courts.

11 Students Of Lagos State University In Trouble Over Colleague’s Death

Up to 11 students of the Lagos State University have being made to answer for their alleged involvement in the cause of death of their colleague.

The Lagos State University (LASU) has suspended 11 students over the death of Omolara Gbadeyan, a 200-Level student of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, at a party two weeks ago.

The students were said to have held the party to mark the Students Society of History and International Studies (SSOHIS) award without permission.

The students, who were executives of SSOHIS are: Babatunde Kareem Arubo (chairman, organising committee); Paul Tumininu Shenjobi (President); Esther Kudayah (Vice President); Whenu Mathew Balogun (General Secretary); Latifat Bidemi Eletu (Treasurer); Shobowale Omokeji (Financial Secretary); Omoebo Princess (Assistant General Secretary); Rahman Abiodun Aka (Social Director); Jamiu Oluwasan Yekini (Sports Director); Tope Odeyemi (Speaker); Ademola Adeshina (LASUSU Financial Secretary).

An official bulletin released on Tuesday said the students would face a disciplinary panel.

The bulletin reads:-

“The students were the organisers of the unauthorised c*m ill-fated party of the Association’s Award Night of Thursday February 11, where the unfortunate death of Omolara Gbadeyan, a 200-Level student of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management (IRPM), Faculty of Management Sciences of the University occurred.

“Consequently, the affected students are henceforth, not allowed to participate in any of the students’ related activities.

“In addition, they are expected to face the Students’ Disciplinary Committee immediately.”

Sad News!! See Photos As Dangote Trailer Kills People At Oji-River In Enugu Earlier Today

God Have mercy!!! many people died just few hours ago at Oji River in Enugu state as Dangote trailer crushes many to death.

The source who revealed that a Dangote trailer carrying goods lost control resulting to killing many people narrates the terrible incident .

Our source was among the Victims but was fortunate to be Alive – Praise God for him.

Our Source said:-

I was shocked to see human beings cut into two pieces, seeing about two lying lifeless and some who were rushed to d hospital still died.

When I saw them I vividly remembered that it is not my righteousness that made me alive but God’s mercy. Those ones lying lifeless, I am not better than them. can you join me and say “Thank you lord for keeping me alive an for your mercy”

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See Olajumoke as she takes her first catwalk lesson

Despite of all the economy palaver, God picked her call, #Olajumoke is ur time! See more photos below
Continue reading See Olajumoke as she takes her first catwalk lesson


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