Bobbi was found unconscious in the bathtub of her Atlanta home, Jan. 31 and has the exclusive photos of the police inside her gated neighborhood.

Bobbi Kristina Brown, 21, was raced to North Fulton Hospital in Roswell, GA., Jan. 31 after a friend called 911 after they found her unresponsive in her spoke to eyewitnesses on the scene and we have the first photos of the police blocking off the area in front of the home she once lived in with her mother, Whitney Houston.
Bobbi was revived by paramedics and is reportedly in stable condition at the hospital. This comes just 11 days before the three-year anniversary of her mother’s own tragic death, after overdosing in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. spoke to an eyewitness who tells us: “Police have been here [in the neighborhood] since before ten this morning. The entire townhouse area is surrounded by police. Security didn’t have a lot of details … still no access to the town home area.”
Another source tells us that Bobbi, who lives with her husband, Nick Gordon, had a lot of bad influences around her.
“It’s a sad reality for her,” an insider tells us. “No one seems to be looking out for her. There have been lots of her friends coming and going and some of them quite rude. It was an issue for a while.”

We told you that a hospital spokesperson would not reveal anything but that a source told TMZ Bobbi is “now stabilized and breathing again.”
Just a few days ago, Jan. 26, Bobbi tweeted about her mom.

Bruce Jenner's evolving look has been the source of much speculation. Now comes word that the former Olympian's change is for real and that Bruce's ultimate goal is to live life as a female.
'Bruce is transitioning to a woman,' a family insider confirmed to People. 'He is finally happy and his family is accepting of what he's doing. He's in such a great space. That's why it's the perfect time to do something like this.'
The 65-year-old has been pictured in recent days with manicured nails, smooth legs, longer locks and what appeared to be fuller lips.

The same source revealed that the Kardashian-Jenner family has been allowed time to get used to the idea, and that they're slowly accepting his decision.

'He's being very smart about and also respectful about his transition,' the insider said. 'Instead of completely shocking everyone, his changes have been subtle, and his family has had the chance to slowly get used to his new looks and life.'
'He has come out to those closest to him... He's been through a dark period and is coming out on the other side,' added the insider.

Sixty-five-old grandfather, Alhaji Ganiyu Jimoh, never failed to visit his aged mother at Mushin area of Lagos on daily basis. But that predictable routine might have cost him his life.

Without goodbyes to his wife, Risikat, without an inkling of what was about to befall him, Jimoh had set off from his house in Ikotun, around 5pm on Thursday, January 22, 2015, the usual time of his visit to Mushin.

But he was not located until the morning of Saturday, January 24. By that time, it was too late. His corpse was found in front of a newly constructed estate at the old National Youth Service Corps camp ground on the Isheri-Igando Road, Lagos

According to Jimoh’s widow, her husband, who was an accommodating man, never liked refusing a stranger a lift in his Lexus RX 300 SUV with registration number LND 740 CU.

She said this might have been how he was ‘trapped,’ by his assailants, who killed him after robbing him of the vehicle.

When our correspondent visited the deceased’s home at Ikotun, on Monday, the same day he was buried, the widow, who was surrounded by sympathisers, told our correspondent that she did not have an inkling that her husband of 36 years would die in the hands of armed robbers or kidnappers.

Fighting back tears, she told our correspondent how her husband left home on Thursday.
“There was nothing unusual about him leaving home around 5pm every evening. We all knew that when he did, it meant he was going to visit his mother at Mushin.
“But that day, he said he was going to collect his voter’s card at Alausa before heading to Mushin. Usually, when it was about 9pm, I called to ask whether he was on his way.
“That was what I did that day and he picked the phone to tell me that he was around the Jakande Estate gate at Isolo. That was his usual route and I estimated that in less than 15 minutes, he would have been home. I did not know that call to him was the last time I would hear his voice.”
When the deceased had not got home by 10pm, his wife called his line again, which rang without being answered. When she called 30 minutes later, it was switched off.
“I tried every 30 minutes after that and I got no reply. I had started becoming unsettled because I knew it could not be that his battery was flat since he had a charger in his car,” the widow said.
But when it was midnight and her husband’s number was still switched off, she alerted a next-door neighbour and called the deceased’s older children to inform them about what was happening.

Risikat, who was sighing frequently and shaking her head in sadness during the interview, could not say much as grief overtook her.

N1m ransom demanded

But one of the deceased’s sons, Moshood, said when he received a call from Risikat (his step-mother) around 12am that day, he also called his father’s line many times which remained switched off until he tried again around 1am and it rang.

“Someone picked the call and immediately I heard the voice, I knew that was not my father. It was a baritone voice that bore no resemblance to my father’s.
“I said, ‘Daddy, where are you?’ and the person replied, ‘I am with my girlfriend.’ When I asked him where he was, he said Iyana-Iba (along the Lagos-Badagry Expressway). I decided to disconnect the call at that point and informed the family what I heard.”
Another member of the deceased’s family decided to call after that and got a more terrifying answer.

“When one of my siblings called the line again, someone with the same baritone voice picked the call and said, ‘If you want to see this man again, you’d better come to Iyana-Iba with N1m.’ That was when we realised that the matter had gone beyond what we could handle alone. We then informed the police,” Moshood said.
Saturday PUNCH learnt the police at the Ikotun Police Station where the matter was reported, radioed other police formations about the missing man.

The following day, Saturday, the Igando Police Division, which had received the same alert, contacted the Ikotun station. A body had been found. The family would later visit the mortuary where the body was taken to and identified it as that of Alhaji Jimoh.

The deceased was not shot, he had no physical injury. He had been strangled, the police said.

Suspected killers’ accomplice in custody

Moshood told our correspondent that two weeks before the incident, his late father had come home after his usual visit to his mother at Mushin and told Risikat about his encounter with a young woman he gave a lift in his vehicle.

Moshood said,
“My father did not know how to say no when people waved to him while driving and asked for a lift. Also, he never kept a secret. He always came home to tell his wife whatever happened while he wasaway from home.
“Two weeks before he went missing, he told mama – my step-mother – that he gave a young woman a lift on his way back from Mushin and they spoke at length. He went as far as even saying that they exchanged numbers.
“Mama was angry when he told her that the lady even asked about how much he bought his car and he said he ordered it from the US for N1.6m. Mama had to call our younger siblings in the house to report to them that their father gave too much details about his life to strangers.”
The day he went missing, Saturday PUNCH learnt that the young woman, whose name the police have yet to release, called the deceased on the phone and told him to pick her up if he was going to pass through her route around Jakande Estate, where they had first met.

The woman, who is now in police custody, told investigators that she wanted him to give her a lift to church.Moshood said he believed the woman had been in touch with his father ever since the first day he gave her a lift.

A police source told our correspondent that the woman was apprehended through information they found in a bible at the scene where Jimoh’s body was dumped.

When she was arrested, the woman said she only saw the men who took the deceased away but denied being an accomplice.

“She told us that she called the deceased on the phone to pick her up on Thursday and that they were both going to church. But that is suspicious because the family said the man was a staunch Muslim.
“The suspect said on their way to church, she told the deceased to stop the car so that she could buy fruit. But that by the time she got back to the car, she saw two men holding the deceased at gunpoint. She said when she made to intervene, the men told her they had no business with her and drove the deceased away in his own car.”

The suspect could not give an answer as to why she did not report the incident to the police until she was tracked to the white-garment church where she was apprehended on Saturday.

The police said her name and that of the church was found in the bible.

Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Mr. Kenneth Nwosu, said the suspect had been transferred to the Department of Criminal Investigation for further investigation.

“The family mounted pressure on the divisional police officer to release the body and have buried it without autopsy. But that would not stop our inve

Available information has shown that four-year-old Abraham Omonigho, who was attacked by two German shepherd dogs in Igando area of Lagos State, in September 2014, was infected while at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja.

This was said by the medical personnel at the Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, an Indian medical facility in Telegana State, where Omonigho was flown to late November, 2014, after his father, Odia, took him out of LASUTH.

After spending about two months at the Apollo Hospitals, Omonigho returned to Nigeria on Thursday. The treatment of the undisclosed infection was said to have lasted over one month.

Omonigho’s scalp had been covered up by the doctors but Odia said his son would return to India in June 2015, for a micro surgery.

Saturday PUNCH learnt this on Friday during a visit to the Abrahams in their Akesan Estate residence in Igando area of Lagos.

Our correspondent had reported that Omonigho was riding a bicycle with his brothers-Bobby and Osemidiamen-when they were attacked by the two dogs owned by their landlord.

The PUNCH had reported that while the older brothers jumped down from the balcony of their one storey apartment, the victim was ravaged by the dogs, which tore his scalp.

Neighbours and policemen were reported to have stood at the gate, helpless, until the victim’s mother arrived at the scene.

Our correspondent reported that the crowd persuaded her not to go in, but she was spurred to move in after seeing one of the dogs emerge from the balcony with blood in its mouth.

Helen reportedly fought off the dogs singlehandedly and rescued her son while the crowd assisted in taking him to the hospital.

The victim was taken to LASUTH and the State Governor, Babatunde Fashola, ordered the management not to collect money from the family.

However, the victim’s father, Odia, had a running battle with the hospital management, which he said still charged him for drugs and other medications.

Odia later raised the alarm that his son’s condition had worsened as a result of neglect by the hospital.

The Delta State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan, intervened and together with a non-governmental organisation, Global Initiative for Peace, Love and Care, a trip to India was arranged for Omonigho to undergo a surgery.

The Lagos State Commissioner, Jide Idris, in a press release cautioned against the trip, saying the victim’s condition was delicate.

Idris alleged that the victim’s father declined the state government’s offer for Omonigho to be flown to another specialist hospital in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Odia, however, insisted that his son’s head had started to rot and that the Indian trip had been concluded before the state government gave him the Dubai offer.

Odia said the Indian doctors thrashed the medical report LASUTH issued to them, which he said was termed as “mere paper.”

He said, “They said the report did not give them any information and couldn’t have been written by a doctor. They said it was good I quickly brought my son because his head was getting rotten and had been infected while at the hospital. The doctors told me they could not start with the surgery because they had to treat the infections first.

“You remember I cried out that my son’s head smelled, but the LASUTH people said it was granulation. I had always suspected things were wrong because at LASUTH, the nurses would open his head for dressing at 6am and leave it open for the doctors, who would not show up till 12pm. And when they did, they would ask the nurses to close it up. I remembered that no doctor showed up for two weeks during a particular time. That was when I got mad because his condition was becoming critical.

“But in India, they dressed his wound three times a day, and at least five special senior doctors attended to him every day.”

Our correspondent was shown a medical document of the hospital which confirmed that Omonigho’s head was infected.

It read, “At the time of admission, there was: large raw area over scalp with infection; the raw area was extending from frontal scalp, bilateral parietal scalp to occipital region; the raw area was looking pale and slimy; Infection+.

“Dr. Durga Prassad, consultant paediatrician, was consulted for evaluation of medical problems. He (Omonigho) was diagnosed as a case of infected raw area over scalp.”

Odia said the doctors told the family they needed to do skin grafting to temporarily cover up the wound before the major operation would be done after his return to India in June.

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The Lagos State Government has announced the cancellation of the monthly environmental sanitation exercise scheduled to take place on Saturday, 31st January, 2015.

The monthly environmental sanitation exercise where movement of vehicles and
residents are restricted for three hours, between 7-10:00 a.m., was scheduled to hold on Saturday, 31st January, 2015.

However, with the state yet to achieve up to 60 per cent success in the collection of
Permanent Voters' Cards (PVCs), the state has decided to cancel the exercise to enable
the people of the state to collect their PVCs.

Press release from APC regarding the alleged stoning of Buhari at his Lagos rally today...
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has denied the concocted story by former Minister of State for Defence Musiliu Obanikoro that the party's presidential candidate, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, was pelted with stone during the party's rally in Lagos, saying a lie has never worn a bolder face.
In a statement issued in Lagos on Friday by its National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the party said Gen. Buhari and other top leaders of the APC rode in a open bus from the Palace of the Oba of Lagos to the Teslim Balogun Stadium venue of the rally, to great cheers from Lagosians who lined the route.

''Not once was he pelted with stone during the almost two-hour ride. It is obvious that those who were paid by Mr. Obanikoro to stone the General failed to deliver. We therefore urge him to seek a refund of whatever money he paid to his hired hands to pelt Gen. Buhari with stones,'' it said.

APC said Obanikoro's statement on an imaginary attack on Gen. Buhari in Lagos must be his own way of saying 'thank you' to his masters for nominating him as Minister on Friday, as his reward for ceding the gubernatorial ticket he claimed to have won to Jimi Agbaje.

The party thanked the good people of Lagos for turning out in unprecedented numbers to welcome Gen. Buhari to Lagos, saying the Centre of Excellence has never witnessed such a huge and cheery crowd.
Alhaji Lai Mohammed
National Publicity Secretary
All Progressives Congress (APC)
Lagos, Jan. 30th 2015 

Wife of Nollywood actor, Jide kosoko, Henrietta Kosoko, was involved in accident along Sagamu Abeokuta road this afternoon. She was traveling in her grey color SUV when her car veered off the road and hit a standing PHCN pole. Residents came to her rescue and and rushed her to the hospital.

"She's been taken to Lajoro Hospital in Abeokuta. God took total control". Her husband confirmed!

The APC Presidential Rally is happening now at the Teslim Stadium, Surulere, Lagos, and it looks like quite the turnout with a huge crowd showing support for Gen.Muhammadu Buhari – as well as some Nigerian celebrities.
Olamide, Don Jazzy, Dammy Krane, Adebola Williams and more were spotted at the gathering.
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In past PDP rallies celebrities like Ibinabo Fiberesima, Kanu Nwankwo, Joseph Yobo, Onyeka Onwenu, Kate Henshaw and more have been spotted.

Jordan has threatened to fast-track the execution of a would-be suicide bomber the Islamic State is trying to free if the terror group kills its captured pilot.

The government has apparently warned that Sajida al-Rishawi and other jailed ISIS commanders would be 'quickly judged and sentenced' in revenge for Muath al-Kaseasbeh's death.

It comes after a deadline for a possible prisoner swap allegedly set by ISIS passed yesterday with no clue over the fate of al-Kaseasbeh or fellow Japanese hostage Kenji Goto

Intelligence sources said ISIS's refusal to prove that al-Kaseasbeh was alive meant any deal with the militants was doomed.

Now Jordan has reportedly stepped up its rhetoric by warning of its intent to retaliate if the negotiations end in bloodshed. Only God can save us from these boko haram/ISIS people.

Yesterday, an unfortunate incident of a man who jumped over the 3rd mainland bridge went viral.Many wondered what prompted him to make that move..According to Punch, the man, identified as Okechukwu Ezeigbo, has drowned in the Lagoon after taking a dive from the top of the Third Mainland Bridge on Thursday.

The Imo State indigene was said to be among several passengers in a commercial bus heading towards Obalende, on the Lagos Island area of Lagos State, when the incident happened.

Punch Metro learnt that the victim suddenly asked the driver of the bus to stop and before anyone could realise what was going on, he hurriedly put off his shoes and took a dive into the Lagoon.

Some officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, who later arrived at the scene, were said to have sought the help of fishermen in the area, who brought the victim out. But he was already dead.

A LASTMA official, who pleaded anonymity, said, “The incident happened around 9am. We got an alert that somebody had fallen into the Lagoon.

“He was in a commercial bus and then jumped down and dived into the river. Nobody knows the reason for his action.Motorists began to park their vehicles on the road and that created a gridlock.
“We quickly moved in and asked people to clear their vehicles from the road.
“Some fishermen then brought him and we handed over the body to the Adekunle Police Station. There was nothing with which we could identify him.”

When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer, Kenneth Nwosu, confirmed the incident, adding that the police had contacted his relatives.

Nwosu added that preliminary investigation showed that the victim had mental problem and had been taken to a church located along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway,for prayers before he escaped.

He said,
“The relatives said they did not know how he left the place and joined a public transport. The police have recovered the corpse and deposited in a morgue”

Governor Babatunde Fashola of Lagos State yesterday challenged the People’s Democratic Party, PDP governorship candidate, Mr. Jimi Agbaje, the owner of Jaykay Pharmacy, to publish receipts showing that he had paid N1.6 million land use charge debt.
The governor, who made the statement while addressing the crowd at the APC campaign rally held in Epe Local Government, said that revealing the facts on land use charge debt of JayKay pharmacy was not for personal reasons but for the development of the state.
According to him, “It is not that I hate him (Agbaje). But this is not a personal issue. This is an issue that concerns the development of Lagos State. I am saying this without mincing words. His pharmacy has not paid land Use Charge for year 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012; it amounts to N1, 629, 064.62. But they have paid for 2013 and 2014.”
This came 24 hours after Agbaje accused the governor of distort ing the fact, saying “I have even been commended for paying my Land Use Charge on time.
“I didn’t say you did not pay two years Land Use Charge, LUC you did. But you have four years unpaid LUC. If you have paid all your LUC, please publish your receipt.”

Agbaje condemns Fashola, APC’s attacks on him

Meantime, Agbaje yesterday decried the constant attacks on his personality by the All Progressives Congress-led government.
Agbaje, who said this while addressing a rally organised for Amuwo Odofin and Apapa local government areas said that rather than resort to mudslinging, the APC should focus on issue based politics.
Addressing the supporters, Agbaje decried the campaign of calumny against him orchestrated by the APC and the Lagos State governor, Mr Babatunde Fashola.

He described the governor’s allegation of tax evasion as false and a campaign of clamuny based on fear of loosing to the PDP.

He said: “The more mud they throw at me, the cleaner I come out as you all know. The governor in one of the APC rallies had said that I am too old to govern the state whereas we are all in our 50s and I look younger than them. At another forum, he said I do not have experience to be a governor and I begin to wonder there where he got his own experience as governor before governing Lagos. I want you to know that governance is not about experience but qualification.”

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