Suspected members of the Badoo cult early Friday morning killed two lovers in their apartment in Ogun State.

A source told our correspondent that the heads of the victims were smashed.

The incident happened at a storey building located on Hassan Abiodun Street, off Ojodu Berger, in Ifo Local Government Area of the state.

Many of the residents could not be consoled as policemen from Ojodu Abiodun Division took away the remains of the deceased for onward transfer to the General Hospital Sagamu.

Many of the residents wailed as the corpses were brought out of the room and wrapped in wrappers.

A resident told our correspondent that the victims were to be officially married in December.

“The lady recently lost her father and the man she was to marry only came on a visit. 
She was a tall, beautiful lady and was also pregnant, ” the resident said.

It was gathered that their assailants tore the window net to gain entry and thereafter smashed the lovers’ heads.

Another resident said none of the tenants knew what happened until daybreak.

The resident said, “There is a police officer who lives next door to the deceased's Boy's Quarter. He did not hear anything. It is very sad and this development will create panic in the area. ”

Our correspondent observed that the police station is a stone's throw from where the murder took place even as residents said vigilantes patrol the street every night.

The police also arrested a man who tried to take a picture of their van and the vehicle the victims were put in.

As of 11am the occupants of the building were still crying at the frontage.

The spokesperson for the police in Ogun, ASP Abimbola Oyeyemi, could not be reached for comments as his mobile indicated that it was switched off.

The Founder and General Overseer of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin, during a service in his church in Warri, Delta state, invited single men and women to the altar and ordered them to start choosing whoever they like for marriage.

During a prophetic service, the man of God summoned a lady and asked if she was married. The lady replied no, and the pastor asked her when she likes to get married.

The clergyman then ordered her to choose any man she likes in the auditorium.

The woman is then seen searching through the congregation to see a man of her choice.

After the fruitless effort by the lady, the man of God concluded that there was a demonic mark upon her preventing her prospective husband from locating her.

The pastor asked the lady:
“Chop and go. How many men don chop you?”

The matchmaking then metamorphosed to another level as the pastor eventually summoned all single men to file out and spinsters to line up behind the men of their choice.

“If anybody wants to marry anyone here come and touch the person - any person you like.
“We cannot allow women to be like this forever. I want to marry for these people.
“Look at your back. I give you people from now till month ending to screen your wives. Nobody should go and meet for night o,” the man of God said.

Pastor Fufeyin promised to sponsor the mass wedding of the would-be couples.




Following the recent release of WAEC results nationwide, there have been viral reports of good ones, bad ones, extremely good ones, and some really bad ones

Now, a young Nigerian man identified as Lyambee Sade Aorabee, has been reported heartbroken and left in a vulnerable state after he found out which category he belonged to..

The young man, though broken, took to his social media page to share the result with his friends and family.

He did this while attaching a strong caption to the uploaded result. From the way he wrote, it was obvious that the young man had given up on himself and has accepted defeat.

He apologized to his mother while acknowledging the fact that he has let her down. He also mentioned that could have cheated but his ego would not let him stoop that low.

He wrote on Facebook;

“Always knew I was the dull one. I’m sorry mama! I didn’t make it. Should’ve cheated — but no, ego and self righteousness got the better of me”



The Confederation of African Football have confirmed that the continental championship will increase by eight teams.

The Confederation of African Football have confirmed that the Africa Cup of Nations will be expanded from 16 teams to 24 as of the 2019 edition.

The expansion of the biennial tournament was one of the key issues discussed during the Caf Symposium in Morocco earlier this week, and a statement issued by the Confederation of African Football have confirmed the decisions taken by the working party.

As well as the expansion—the first since 1996—the tournament will be shifted from January-February to June-July, a step which brings the competition further in line with the European football calendar.

However, there are other proposals which have not been passed.

The tournament will remain every two years, rather than switch to every four years, while the Caf statement confirmed that the competition would be played exclusively on African soil, with the possibility of allowing other continents to host the Afcon having been mooted.

The decision is sure to go down well with European clubs and Europe-based players, who will now avoid the regular player vs. club wrangles that affect many of the continent’s overseas players during Afcon years.

However, the decision also raises various unanswered questions.

For example, moving the Nations Cup to June and July would appear to rule out a whole swathe of potential hosts for whom the summer months would be too hot for putting on the continental showpiece.

The expansion also risks diluting the quality of the tournament.

The symposium has also led to changes elsewhere in the continental game; inter-club competitions will shift to an August-May calendar – again a move which aligns the African game with the European calendar – having previously been played within a single calendar year.

There will now be regional qualifiers for age-grade Nations Cups – a move which will doubtless affect West African hegemony of the tournament – while Caf have also vowed to improve international partnerships and strengthen relationships between the confederations, each national association, governments and the African Union.

Finally, Caf have also promised to endorse “the principle of creating a framework for cooperation with legendary African footballers and their greater involvement in CAF activities.”

A social media influencer is simply a responsible individual that can communicate with brands and their audience effectively. There are many opportunities for users to earn a lot of money online if they have a large number of followers on any social media platform and in this post I'm going to be looking at the average earnings on different social media platforms. 


(The statistics below are estimated average earnings, the actual earnings may be higher or lower). So you actually don't have any excuse to say you're broke. 

If you're looking for more money, YouTube is your best bet, you can earn an average of $125,000 if you have over a million subscribers. Now I'm already imagining how much Mark Angel Comedy is already making off their YouTube Channel.


If you have up to 7 million subscribers you can earn almost $300,000. Now imagine what your favorite artistes are probably earning.

Getting a million subscribers seems quite difficult but the minimum number of subscribers you can get before earning up to $25000 is a 100,000.

Next up after YouTube comes Facebook with $6,250 for a minimum of 100,000 followers and $187,500 for up to 7million Followers.


Then there's Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter. (P.S : Twitter closed Vine) check the infographic below for more details. Don't forget to share. Got any questions.. Use the comment box


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