Met Police : Missing Man considered dangerous to the public

The Met Police have considered Benedict Onyemaechi 48 missing from from his home in South-gate and may be dangerous to the general public. He is described as a black man, 5ft tall and huge. According to the Police,  Benedict Onyemaechi is considered potentially dangerous to the public and should not be approached. The last time his family saw him was on Monday, January 18. An MoJ order was issued on Wednesday, 20 January, under Section 42(3) of the Mental Health Act stating that Benedict Onyemaechi is not medically fit and he is a risk to the public. The order recalled him to the NHS North London Forensic Service for urgent assessment....

Young GreyC drops ‘Merry’ shortly after dad’s death.

Barely three weeks after losing dad, Young GreyC has released a new single, titled ‘Merry’ The ‘Chukwuma’ singer lost her dad, Edward Edoja to the cold hands of death 3 weeks ago, but she surmounted all odds and bounced back with the release of a new single, ‘Merry’. The new jam, which is a cover of Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’, is a feel good song which preaches merriment at all times without the need to wait for the festive period. The Rookie of the year nominee at the just concluded Headies 2015 has no doubt started 2016 on a jamming note!...

Snow paralyses activities in Washington D.C., others

TVCE (US) - A thick layer of snow covered the Washington D.C. area on Saturday (January 23) as a potentially record-setting blizzard arrived on the East Coast, paralyzing road, rail and airline travel from North Carolina to New York. A time lapse video showed streets in Washington D.C. being buried under a blanket of snow after the storm started on Friday afternoon. The Washington and Baltimore metro areas were expected to bear the brunt of the storm. Two to three feet of snow are likely, accompanied by winds of 30 to 50 miles per hour (48 to 80 km per hour), before the storm winds down on Saturday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. ...

Tips to the smart-casual look for men

This is a new menswear dress code. The smart-casual look is oftentimes known as the centre between a jeans, t-shirt and a full suit. Previously, smart–casual was said to be a leisure Friday’s outfit but now it helps with the traditional rule of not looking out of place or overly dressed as well as looking stylish enough to make you fit in a pub. This key pieces below will help you find a perfected fit no matter the occasion. 1. Jacket: A blazer is a sure bet; get one you would not necessarily wear to work. A textured wool jacket will do just fine. Chose a colour that will work well for you, in this case blue was chosen, it’s easy to wear, it’s smart but not official, relaxed but not lazy. It will pair great with denim or trousers too. 2. Trousers: What you wear on your legs will be a result of...

Ex-Eaglets star joins U.S league side

TVCE (SOCCER) - In what many described as search for greener pasture, ex-Golden Eaglets star, Akinjide Idowu, has joined United Soccer League side Portland Timbers 2 on a two-year deal with an option of a one-year extension. Portland Timbers 2 announced the Nigeria Youth Soccer Academy product as its first signing ahead of the 2016 season, Goal reports. “T2 announced the signing of midfielder Akinjide Idowu ahead of the 2016 USL season. “Idowu joins the team after helping lead Nigeria to the Round of 16 in the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand. “Idowu will be added to the roster pending the receipt of his International Transfer Certificate (ITC). Per league and club policy, terms of the transaction were not disclosed,” Goal quoted the club as saying in a statement. [caption id="attachment_7424" align="alignleft" width="300"] Akinjide Idowu, ex-Golden Eaglets midfielder[/caption] Portland Timbers’ head coach, Andrew Gregor, lauded the Nigerian midfielder, describing him as a top...

Olubadan for final farewell February 12

[caption id="attachment_7414" align="alignleft" width="244"] Late Olubadan of Ibadan, Oba Samuel Odulana[/caption] TVCE (IBADAN) - The remains of the late Olubadan of Ibadan, Oba Samuel Odulana Odugade will be interred on  Friday, February 12, Oyo State government has announced. Governor Abiola Ajimobi announced that the burial rites for the late Olubadan of Ibadanland will begin on February 6, while his remains would be interred on February 12, in Ibadan, the state capital. The governor, who disclosed this during a condolence visit to the Monatan, Ibadan, residence of the deceased, on Friday, said President Muhammad Buhari will be expected to lead other dignitaries to the city for the burial ceremonies. He said that the decision was taken by a committee comprising members of the deceased monarch’s family, Olubadan-in-council and the state government to ensure that Oba Odulana was given a stately final farewell. Ajimobi said that a burial committee would be unveiled in due course, while details...

PDP won’t provide sureties for Metuh –Jalo

[caption id="attachment_7410" align="alignleft" width="300"] Olisa Metuh, PDP Spokesperson[/caption] TVCE (POLITICS) - The embattled national Publicity secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, Olisa Metuh, may spend more days in the prison. This is because the national leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party has said that it will not provide sureties as required in his bail conditions. The party said since Metuh was being prosecuted for offences that have nothing to do with it, its embattled spokesperson should look for those who would stand as sureties for him. Speaking to Journalists in Abuja on Friday, deputy National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Abdullahi Jalo said that it would be wrong for anyone to be expecting the party to provide sureties for Metuh when the party did not benefit from the money he allegedly collected from the former National Security Adviser, Lt Col. Sabo Dasuki (retd.). [caption id="attachment_7411" align="alignleft" width="300"] Olisa Metuh, PDP Spokesperson and Prison officers in...

FG launches operation AWATSU to tackle pipeline vandalism

TVCE (ABUJA) - The Federal Government has launched a special military operation code-named operation AWATSU against pipeline vandals in the country, Defence Spokesperson has said. Addressing Journalist on Friday, acting Director, Defence Information, Brig.-Gen. Rabe Abubakar, said the operatives also seized 50 vehicles belonging to the vandals in the ongoing operation in Lagos. Defence spokes person said Army also arrested 25 members of the gang of vandals operating at the Arepo in Ogun State and parts of Lagos State.  He said that the military was taking proactive steps to curtail the activities of the vandals in the Lagos axis. It would be recalled that the military had last year took a decision after a meeting between the leadership of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation to maintain a presence at the Arepo area following the killing of four policemen and 11 officials of the Department of State Services by suspected vandals. Abubakar said that the arrests...

Surprise Bachelor Party for Ebuka-Obi- Uchendu in South Africa

  Media Personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu who is getting married to the daughter of billionaire CEO of young shall grow Cynthia Obianodo on Feb.6th in Abuja got treated to a surprise package from his friends - An all-boys trip to Cape Town, South Africa for his bachelor's eve party. Ebuka’s traditional marriage to Cynthia took place in October 2015. Those that went on the trip include Banky W,Segun and Tunde Demure. More pictures.  ...

Four killed in Canada shootings

TVCE (CANADA) - At least four people have been killed and several injured in shootings in the western Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Police report that a male suspect is now in custody and children have been moved to safety after the shootings at La Loche Community School and another location. Although Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau,had earlier said five people had been killed, the figure was later corrected. The school shooting was “every parent’s worst nightmare,” Mr. Trudeau said. Trudeau, who was speaking in Davos, Switzerland, also praised “the first responders who acted quickly and bravely.” Witnesses at the school described screaming and more than half a dozen shots. ...

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