A pharmacist slumped and died while having sex with a sex worker in a hotel in Igando, Lagos.
The lifeless body of the pharmacist, Bassey Asuquo, was discovered in one of the rooms of a brothel along Akesan road, Egan area of Igando, Lagos, Friday, July 31.
It was gathered that Bassey, believed to be in his 40s, took a room in the brothel at about 10pm the previous night, after a drink at the bar.
Policemen from Igando division who were alerted by the management of the brothel, stormed the scene, where a crowd had gathered to have a glimpse of Bassey’s lifeless body.
A packet of cigarette, an inhaler and a stained boxer were reportedly found in the room while the commercial sex worker had escaped.
Report had it that the fleeing commercial sex worker had contacted the hotel manager on phone, explaining how late Bassey was gasping for breath and attempted to reach out for his inhaler when he gave up the ghost.
Attempt to lure her back to explain further, failed as she reportedly told the manager on the phone that she was about crossing the nation’s border, in her bid to evade arrest.
Two staff of the brothel were arrested by the police, while the corpse was evacuated.
Meanwhile, family of the deceased are making efforts to retrieve the corpse for burial.
“What are we celebrating” – Yul Edochie fumes, says Nigerians are suffering
As Nigeria marks her 60th Independence Anniversary today, Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie has cried out over the plight of Nigerians.
Yul took to his Twitter handle hours ago, to speak on the country’s Independence Day Anniversary and how there is nothing worth celebrating.
The actor said that he could not wish anybody a happy independence especially because most people were not happy.
The talented movie star went further to list some unfavourable things that had gone on in the country such as fuel price increase, electricity tariff hike, unemployment and others.
Yul Edochie stated that one needed to speak the truth which is that Nigerians are suffering.
He wrote: “I cannot wish anyone a happy independence when my people are not happy.
“What are we celebrating?
“Fuel price increase? Electricity tariff hike? Hardship? Bad roads? Killings everywhere?
“Jobless youths turned beggars?
“The list is endless.
“Speak the truth.
“Nigerians are suffering.”
See his post:
I cannot wish anyone a happy independence when my people are not happy.
What are we celebrating?
Fuel price increase? Electricity tariff hike? Hardship? Bad roads? Killings everywhere?
Jobless youths turned beggars?
The list is endless.
Speak the truth.
Nigerians are suffering.
— Yul Edochie (@YulEdochie) October 1, 2020
Nigerian mother disgraces her daughter after catching her in a hotel room with a man (video)
A video which has gone viral on social media, captured moment a Nigerian mother disgraced her daughter after catching her in a hotel room with a man.
The angry mother who spoke Yoruba, was seen dragging her daughter out of the facility while hitting her intermittently. Where the incident occurred is still unclear at the time of filing this report.
Here is the video below;
”Laycon fans would do well if they formed a political party” – OAP Toolz
Popular Radio Peronality, Toolz Oniru-Demuren, has reacted to the level of loyalty BBNaija winner, Laycon has gotten from his fans.
According to Toolz, Laycon’s fans, who are known as ICONs, would do well if they formed a political party.
Her post on twitter reads ;
Over 900 million votes during the seasons #BBNaija!!!! And a good percentage went to Laycon. Laycon fans would do well if they formed a political party.
Over 900 million votes during the seasons #BBNaija!!!! And a good percentage went to Laycon. Laycon fans would do well if they formed a political party. 🙌🙌
— Toolz O.D (@ToolzO) September 30, 2020
Below are some reactions ;
@AbdulMustapha8 wrote ;
It goes to show U the zeal and enthusiasm amongst the youth, it’s only making up our minds as youths, if we collectively agree we could be a force to reckon with in electioneering in Nigeria politics , imagine if independent candidacy is approved it.
Chidi wrote ;
Maybe INEC should recommend the #BBNaija model of voting to Nigerians (₦50 or ₦100 Naira per vote per candidate whatever the case is). I think it would be interesting to see the outcome.
Edward wrote ;
It doesn’t work that way.
In BBN, you can vote multiple times. In Politics, you can only vote once.
Also, note that the votes also cut across other Africa countries as well…
A movement of the masses can get corrupted by the lures of political positions, e.g NLC
Politics is different from BBN
— Ola (@SH3MEDIA) September 30, 2020
We are waiting for Falz to tell us that he’s interested in politics so we can make him the president. Ojoro no go fit stop us. He shld just mention it n it is done.
— Ipod (@lekan_ipod) September 30, 2020