Fake Nigerian Doctor in Police Net, Performed over 500 Surgeries, Caused Death of 46 Patients Before Arrest

A Nigerian fake doctor identified as Ibrahim Mustapha has been alleged to have performed over 500 surgeries and caused about 46 deaths before his arrest. The fake doctor who was arrested by the DSS Director in Cottage Hospital, Fufore in Adamawa State has confessed forging MBBS credentials he, however, denied causing the death of any patient throughout his career until his arrest. The Fake Surgeon also had fake NECO results, MBBS from Bayero University. NYSC Discharged certificate and medical and dental council annual registration. The suspect used the fake certificate…

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This is what a 78-billion-kilogram asteroid looks like and why some call it “Doomsday”

This is what Asteroid Bennu looks like Scientists claim Asteroid Bennu has a 1 in 2,700 chance of striking Earth in the next century, between the years 2175 and 2199. It does get close every six years. If Asteroid Bennu did hit our planet, it is estimated that the kinetic energy of this impact would be equivalent to 1,200 megatons – that’s 80,000 times the energy of the Hiroshima bomb. NASA‘s first asteroid sampling spacecraft OSIRIS-REx captured the stunning picture when it closer to the asteroid than ever before on June 13.…

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5 things that can negatively affect trust between partners

The thing about trust is that although it takes time to build, it does not take too much to lose it. 5 things that can negatively affect trust between partners (Credit – Ranchatdovetree) It often takes some time to warm up to another person completely, and for some, it may even be difficult to let down their guard easily. Once the trust is achieved though, they may love truly and trust deeply. A woman or woman in love will make excuses for you when you are not getting it right,…

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Oyo First Lady’s Sweet Message to Her Husband, Seyi Makinde on Father’s Day

What everyone who comes across the first couple of Oyo State cannot fault, is their electric chemistry. It is indeed a fact that the people loving, humble, youthful, charismatic Governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde and his beautiful, amiable wife, Tamunominni Makinde are the perfect example of a Godly, happy couple. The governor had indeed stated that much when he emotionally gave kudos to his wife for completing him and contributing to his success today. He told pressmen in an interview: “Watching her birth my children, drew me closer to…

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Testicle Cooling Device Set To Go On Sale Later This Year

It’s a good thing that April Fools has long been over or you might think that this article is a joke. We’re actually serious, the testicle cooling device is actually a thing. But before you burst out laughing, let us tell you beforehand that this unusual underwear has a practical purpose. It is not merely made just to cool down the goolies but there’s a scientific reason behind it. Designed and manufactured by CoolTec, theCoolMen is an innovative device in the form of men’s underwear. This testicle cooling device is specifically designed to improve semen…

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Man Dies at 7th Round During Sex Competition In Lagos Hotel

Man Dies During Sex Competition After Seventh Round In LagosFacts have emerged on how a middle aged man, simply known as Davy, died in a popular hotel in Lagos during a sex competition with a lady. P.M.EXPRESS reports that the incident happened at the popular hotel located in Ikotun area of Lagos where the deceased took the lady identified as Loveth for the competitive romp. It was gathered that the late Davy had argued with Loveth on who among the duo can last longer during a sex romp. Both claimed…

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Young Nigerian Married to 50yr-old Russian Dies Of Heart Attack

Gabriel Segun Ajayi, a 32-year-old Nigerian married to a 50-year-old Russian woman died of a massive heart attack at a dance club last Friday night, October 12, in the city of Cherepovets, about 500 km north of Moscow. Russian investigators have launched a preliminary probe into reports of Ajayi’s death, saying that the cause of death would be determined after a forensic examination. Earlier, the official portal of the city of Cherepovets, Russia reported that Ajayi had died of a heart attack at a local nightclub. The Nigerian Embassy in…

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Singlet anointed by Pastor Adeboye resurrects lady dead for 12 days in Bayelsa [Video]

A man has recounted how a woman, who had been dead for 12 days, was resurrected with a singlet. According to the testifier, he laid a singlet that the General Overseer of Redeemed Christain Church of God, Pastor E.O Adeboye, had earlier prayed upon on the deceased, and viola she awoke. Narrating the incident, the man said; They said they embalmed her at home. How could you do such a thing? For me getting there she had changed, somebody that died 12 days ago. the singlet that was prayed on…

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MY WIFE SLAPS ME ANYHOW, WHAT SHOULD I DO? -Abused husband

I have been married to this girl for four years now even after my parents insisted on we not getting married citing ethnic differences, I still went ahead simply because at the start it was love and we were almost inseparable. The problem now is that she slaps me at the slight provocation and I am so ashamed of telling people around me this. I also find it terrible because I can not even raise my hands back at her even when I’m seriously pained because of our society which…

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Orangutans Use Plant Extracts to Treat Pain

Credit: Borneo Nature Foundation Humans aren’t the only animals that have discovered medicinal plant. Medicine is not exclusively a human invention. Many other animals, from insects to birds to nonhuman primates, have been known to self-medicate with plants and minerals for infections and other conditions. Behavioral ecologist Helen Morrogh-Bernard of the Borneo Nature Foundation has spent decades studying the island’s orangutans and says she has now found evidence they use plants in a previously unseen medicinal way. During more than 20,000 hours of formal observation, Morrogh-Bernard and her colleagues watched…

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