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Glo present prizes to new winners in Onitsha. (Photos)

Foremost digital services company, Globacom, on Wednesday, February 1, 2023 presented another set of prizes to winners in the commercial city of Onitsha, Anambra State in the on-going Festival of Joy promo.

The venue of the presentation ceremony, Conoil Gloworld, Onitsha Bridgehead was filled to the brim with family members and friends of the winners who came to celebrate with them.

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At the event, 30 year old Construction Technician, Chukwuemeka Chikezie received the keys to a brand new car while other winners went home with different home appliances, including Power Generating sets, Sewing Machines and Rechargeable Fans.

The car winner, Chikezie who is impaired in his left arm from a job related accident, stated that, “If anyone had told me yesterday that I would be a car owner today, I would never have believed”, adding that “I love the Glo network very well and I have always depended on it for my calls and data needs”
Chikezie who was full of praise to Glo for transforming his life through the car prize said he received Glo call on Tuesday while working on a project in Enugu, far away from his Onitsha base. He said he found it difficult that he could become an instant car winner just like that.

He explained that he travails that led to his being unable to use his left hand was enough to make anyone lose hope, but he never gave up.

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Speaking at the event, Hon. Emeka Orji, the transition Chairman, Onitsha South Local Govt Area, Anambra State, Hon. Emeka Orji, who commended Globacom for putting the promo in place, expressed his joy and happiness that the event was held his territory.

Also the representative of the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC), Mr Ezelue Nnamdi, stated that the promo has been very transparent all through.
The event was by attended by Hon. (Mrs) Beverly Ikpeazu-Nkemdiche, representing Onitsha South 2 Constituency, Anambra State House of Assembly as well as nollywood duo of Ebube Nwagbo and Stephen Odimgbe (Flashboy).


“Miracle no dey tire Jesus” – Man declares as he shows off his newly built house.

Congratulations are in order for a Nigerian visual artist, identified as Kalejaye Tosin, as he becomes the latest homeowner.

The young man, who designs contemporary artworks for companies and brands, took to Twitter to show off his newly built home and it is exquisite!

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He posted a series of photos which showed when the bungalow was at the early stage of construction and when it was finally completed.

Kalejaye also said the interior and exterior part of the house was designed by him as he congratulated himself. He further declared that the house was a miracle performed by Jesus Christ.

He wrote;

“Miracle No Dey Tire Jesus. Blessings and Big Congrats to me. 🎉

I did a thing! A work of Art!

Ps: Interior and Exterior design by me.”

NDLEA Intercepts Xmas Colorado, Cannabis Juice Consignments At Lagos Airport, Seaport.


Cosignments of Colorado concealed in vehicles imported from Montreal, Canada and packs of cannabis juice flown in from South Africa, meant for distribution ahead of the Christmas festive season, have been intercepted by operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), at the Tincan seaport, Apapa and the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, MMIA, Ikeja, both in Lagos State. (Watch Video Here)

NDLEA spokesman, Femi Babafemi in a statement on Sunday disclosed that at least, 12 suspects including two dock workers and a wine shop businessman have so far been arrested in connection with the two seizures.

Mr Babafemi further revealed that the NDLEA also recovered 152 kilograms of skunk from two dealers in Kano; 100,000 pills of Tramadol in Imo state and 520kgs of cannabis hidden in soft drinks crates loaded in a truck coming to Abuja, the nation’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT). (Watch Video Here)

According to the communique, at the SAHCO import shed of the Lagos airport, the search of a consolidated cargo from South Africa led to the discovery of smuggled bottled Cannabis juice with a gross weight of 16.50kgs on Wednesday 21st December.

READ ALSO: NDLEA Seized 100 Million Pills Of Tramadol In 22 Months – Marwa

Investigations by anti-narcotics officers subsequently led to the arrest of four freight agents: Soremekun Olalekan Wasiu; Olufisayo Dayo; Moruf Olusegun Bashir and Imole Moses Ajayi, whose statements eventually led to the arrest of the consignee, a wine shop business owner, Emebede Chuka, the following day Thursday 22nd December. (Watch Video Here)

Also, an attempt to export quantities of cannabis and ecstasy pills also known as MDMA concealed in beverage drink, Bournvita, containers to Dubai, UAE, through the NAHCO export shed on Friday 23rd Dec was frustrated while a vulcanizer given the assignment for a fee of N4,000, Iyanda Ogunleye Yaya (Watch Video Here) has been arrested.

In the same vein, a consignment of 185 parcels of cannabis Indica, popularly called Colorado weighing 61.3kgs have been seized during a joint examination of a container at the Tincan seaport, Lagos.

The container marked MSCU5206726 from Montreal, Canada was declared as containing three units of used vehicles but upon a 100% examination, it was found to contain two vehicles; a 2009 Toyota Corolla car and a 2009 Ford Econoline bus as well as used car engines, bicycles, shoes and other items including the drugs. Two dock workers: Abdulquadri Abdulazeez and Ogbuji Kenneth are already in NDLEA custody in connection with the seizure following their initial arrest by the Port Security and the Police. (Watch Video Here)

Meanwhile, in Kano, two suspects: Nura Zakariya’u and Alkasim Abubakar were arrested along Zaria-Kano road, Kwanar Dangora, with 161 blocks of cannabis weighing 152kgs and various quantities of Exol and Codeine based syrup, while a total of 100,000 pills of tramadol were recovered from a suspect, Amaechi Johnson in Imo state on his way to Onitsha, Anambra state.

Similarly, a total of 708 kilograms of cannabis were recovered by operatives from a bus at Ehinogbe, Owo area of Ondo state on Tuesday 20th December. (Watch Video Here)

In his reaction to the arrests and seizures, Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of NDLEA, Brig. Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa (Retd) commended the officers and men of the MMIA, Tincan, Kano, Ondo, Imo and FCT commands for their vigilance, professionalism and robust working relationship with other security agencies in their areas of responsibility, urging them and their compatriots across the country to ensure no gram of illicit substance escapes their checks into the streets during the festive season and beyond.

He wished them and their families a Merry Christmas celebration and a prosperous new year in advance.




Terror group supporters injures 31, turn Paris into warfront.


Violent clashes broke out for a second day in Paris on Saturday between police and supporters of the PKK terrorist group, resulting in at least 31 French police officers injured, police chief Laurent Nunez said on Saturday. (Watch Video Here)

Having gathered at the central Place de la Republique at around 2:00 p.m. local time (1300 GMT), thousands of supporters of the terrorist group then marched to the Boulevard du Temple chanting pro-PKK slogans and carrying posters of the terrorist group’s so-called leaders. (Watch Video Here)

They then ripped off the paving stones and threw them at the police, nearby houses, and shops. The attackers also turned the scene into a battlefield with fireworks and sparklers, destroying the bus stops. (Watch Video Here)

Speaking to local broadcaster BFM TV, Nunez said at least 31 security personnel were injured, along with one protester. There had been 11 arrests, he added. (Watch Video Here)

The intervention by police at the scene was rather limited and they occasionally used tear gas against the attackers.

On Friday, a 69-year-old gunman in Paris opened fire, killing at least three people and injuring three others. He was placed in custody after he fired gunshots on Enghien Street in the city center. (Watch Video Here)

Suspected racist motivations behind the attack will be investigated, Paris prosecutor Laure Beccuau said. (Watch Video Here)

Following the incident, supporters of the PKK terrorist organization wounded at least six police officers in Paris on Friday, according to local media.

In its more than 40-year terror campaign against Türkiye, the PKK, listed as a terrorist organization by Türkiye, the United States, and European Union, has been responsible for the deaths of more than 40,000 people, including women, children, and infants.

Türkiye has been frequently voicing concerns over European countries’ tolerance toward the PKK, however, the terrorist organization still maintains a strong presence in the region, being able to hold rallies and engage in recruitment activities. (Watch Video Here)

The EU’s law enforcement agency Europol classified the PKK as an “ethno-nationalist” and “separatist” (Watch Video Here) terrorist group, saying in its 2020 and 2021 reports that the group still uses European countries for propaganda, recruitment and fundraising activities, even though in most of it is officially banned.

Also, supporters of the PKK terrorist group on Saturday disrupted peace and clashed with police in London. (Watch Video Here)

Gathering in front of the French Embassy in London, a group of the terror group’s supporters chanted slogans against Türkiye and France over Friday’s shooting in Paris.

The terror group supporters, also marched toward the Turkish Embassy in London, carrying banners that read “Freedom for Öcalan,” referring to jailed terrorist ringleader Abdullah Öcalan, who is serving a life sentence. (Watch Video Here)

The protesters also caused traffic disruptions as they marched through central London on a day when people rushed around for last-minute Christmas shopping.

When they arrived in front of the Turkish Embassy, a clash between terror supporters and police took place after one of them threw a most likely stone toward the embassy building.

They also chanted slogans including “revenge” and “no justice, no peace.”