Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

 

Jean-Claude Van Damme’s Son Arrested, Allegedly Held Roommate at Knifepoint

Jean-Claude Van Damme’s youngest son  got busted for allegedly holding his roommate at knifepoint, TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ that 21-year-old Nicholas Van Varenberg was arrested Sunday in Tempe, AZ. We’re told cops got a call to check on him because he’d punched the elevator in his building. Cops say they found a trail of blood leading to his apartment, and after speaking to him and a roommate, discovered Nicholas injured his hand. Officers left, but 20 minutes later, the roommate ran downstairs, claiming he’d escaped the apartmentRead More


Ronaldo’ll Beat Messi Mercilessly, says Boxing Champ Anthony Joshua

Who would win out of the football superstars? Media crew for a Youtube channel,  recently posed this question to boxing heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua. Joshua who appeared not to anticipate such a crackly question in the interview, spontaneously busted into laughter as he found the question quite entertaining. Responding, the British born Nigerian believes Cristiano Ronaldo’s power would overcome Lionel Messi’s ruggedness. Ronaldo and Messi have been rivals at the pinnacle of the footballing world for the best part of a decade – sharing the last nine Ballon d’Or awardsRead More


Leaked Audio Reveals Mamman Daura Discussing Buhari’s Health, Calls Aisha Buhari ‘Suicide Bomber From Yola’

SaharaReporters has received exclusive audio of a conversation between Mamman Daura, a cousin of President Muhammadu Buhari and one of his closest supporter, with Dr. Mamhud Tukur a member of his cabal, during which Daura refers to the president’s wife as “suicide bomber from Yola.” The conversation took place during the president’s medical vacation in London, and the two men are overheard discussing their worries about his health condition during his treatment.  And shares their concerns about the wife of President Buhari, Aisha whom they referred to as “Suicide Bomber”Read More


Group condemns Army’s attack on Nnamdi Kanu’s country home

South-East groups on Monday lambasted the Nigerian Army over the alleged attack on Biafra agitators at Nnamdi Kanu’s country home in Abia state. It was alleged that no fewer than five persons lost their lives in the said attack, while scores were also wounded. Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), said he was the target of the attack, even as the military has insisted that no life was lost. In a reaction, the Eastern Consultative Assembly (ECA), said it was worrisome that only a section ofRead More


Soldiers surround Nnamdi Kanu’s home, invade NUJ office

Tension has returned to Umuahia, the Abia State Capital, as a detachment of soldiers from the Nigerian Army has surrounded the Afaraukwu country home of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu. The soldiers arrived the community on Tuesday barely 48 hours after the clash between the Army and IPOB members on Sunday evening, which left three people injured. The soldiers returned with about 10 Armoured Carrier Vehicles and seven Hilux vans. The development has caused panic in the area, forcing shop owners to close immediately. SomeRead More