Monday, August 25, 2014

SAD: 2face looses dad

Pa Michael Idibia, father of multi award winning singer, Tuface Idibia is dead.
Pa Idibia died at an undisclosed hospital in Abuja on Saturday, after an unsuccessful battle with prostrate Cancer.
Tuface’s Manager, Efe Omoregie, who confirmed the news Saturday evening said the singer is still in shock over the sad incident.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

EBOLA UPDATE: Dr. Adadevoh dies

Female medical doctor at First Consultant Hospital, Lagos, Dr Stella Adedavoh, has died from the Ebola virus disease.
Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Dr Jide Idris, confirmed this to newsmen last night.
The doctor was the one who attended to Patrick Sawyer, the Liberian-American who brought the virus to Nigeria.
Dr Adedavoh had been in coma for nearly a week as a result of the virus.

Monday, August 18, 2014

BREAKING NEWS: Suspected suicide bomber arrested at Lagos airport

There was panic Monday at the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos, following the arrest of a physically challenged man suspected to be Boko Haram suicide bomber at CENTREX, an annex office of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) by private security men.
An eye witness, who spoke to reporters, said that the suspected bomber was about to gain entrance to the annex when he was accosted and subsequently arrested by private security guards of the agency.

Monday, August 11, 2014

OFILI SPEAKS: Obama Says Africa Not Ready For #Ebola Drug After Watching I Am Legend

Breaking Satirical News
Washington DC, USA – President Barack Obama at a press conference on Wednesday said that it’s too early to send the unapproved experimental drug “Zmapp” to Africa where the outbreak of Ebola has killed close to a 1000 people. Despite the fact that Ebola is spreading at its fastest rate ever, the President still wants the drug to be fully tested on Americans before using it on dying Africans.
“We have to let science take its course. The last time an experimental drug was used it mutated into a deadly strain killing over 90% of the planets population. We don’t want that to happen to Africans,” the President said at the African Summit.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

OFILI SPEAKS: Africa Finds Its Own Cure For #Ebola

While America is busy injecting defenseless rats with the Ebola virus to systematically extract antibodies that can maybe “cure” Ebola. A group of extraordinary Africans have come together to find a more humane and effective cure for the disease.
Sources confirm that this potential cure does not involve harming rats, monkeys or any sort of animal and neither was it created in any fancy or expensive African research University or Hospital (that is if they even exist). These brilliant scientists…I mean pastors gathered inside Africa’s most lavishly equipped and weekly funded medical research facility … the Nigerian church … where several other cures have been discovered in the past couple of years. Including the cure for Aids, the cure for Cancer, the cure for Poverty and even the cure for Boko Haram just ask Pastor T.B. Joshua!

Ebola terror: Woman tested for killer virus as she collapses and dies at Gatwick Airport

Fresh fears over Ebola arriving in the UK were raised again when a woman died at Gatwick Airport after arriving from Gambia yesterday.
The elderly woman collapsed at the airport shortly after arriving on a Gambia Bird flight and was later pronounced dead.
The woman, who is thought to be in her early 70s, showed no symptoms during the flight, according to a spokesman from Public Health England.
She later tested negative for the virus.


A Nigerian nurse who treated a man with Ebola is now dead and five other people are sick with one of the world's most virulent diseases after coming into contact with him, the country's health minister said Wednesday.
The growing number of cases in Lagos, a megacity of some 21 million people, comes as authorities acknowledge they did not treat Patrick Sawyer as an Ebola patient and isolate him for the first 24 hours after his arrival in Nigeria last month. Sawyer, a 40-year-old American of Liberian descent with a wife and three young daughters in Minnesota, was traveling on a business flight to Nigeria when he fell ill.

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