• Three docked in Ekiti for alleged damage of Yinka Ayefele’s vehicle

    Three docked in Ekiti for alleged damage of Yinka Ayefele’s vehicle

    One Kolade Owolabi, 35, Tope Olorunfemi, 22 and Isiaka Yusuf, 20‎, and others at large were on Monday arraigned before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrate Court over alleged malicious damage.

    The police prosecutor, Sgt. Bankole Olasunkanmi told the court that the accused persons committed the offence on Oct. 27, at about 7:30pm at Ewi’s palace in Ado-Ekiti.

    According to him, the accused persons conspired among themselves to unlawfully damage the windscreen of one popular musician, Yinka Ayefele during his visitation to Ewi’s palace […]

  • How to Protect Your Debit and Credit Cards From Damage…No. 2 is the Best

    How to Protect Your Debit and Credit Cards From Damage…No. 2 is the Best

    Check out these four easy ways you can protect your credit/debit card that would save you money.

    The magnetic strip, or “magstripe,” on the back of credit and debit cards is crucial. It contains all the information needed to conduct transactions when you swipe your card. Without that information, a card reader lacks what it needs to check your balance or authorize a purchase. Unfortunately, the magnetic strip is subject to wear and tear and may get scratched, dirty or demagnetized, […]

  • Excessive intake of food seasoning can damage human brain – Expert

    Excessive intake of food seasoning can damage human brain – Expert

    A medical practitioner, Dr. Festus Olalekan of the Graceland Hospital, Ilorin, Kwara State, has warned against excessive consumption of food seasoning, saying it can damage the brain.

    Olalekan told newsmen on Thursday in Ilorin that most of the food seasoning contained Monosodium Glutamate, which poses serious health damage.

    According to him, the amount of sodium in the food seasoning over stimulates the brain cells until the cells die off.

    He said that food seasoning with high sodium content should be avoided.

    He explained that […]

  • Pastor who invaded shrine to be charged for malicious damage

    Pastor who invaded shrine to be charged for malicious damage

    According to reports, the Ogun Police Command says it will prosecute a Pentecostal pastor, Wale Fagbere, who allegedly invaded a traditional shrine in Ketu area of Ayetoro in Ogun.

    The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Mr Abimbola Oyeyemi, said on Monday that the cleric would be charged for malicious damage and conduct likely to cause a breach of public peace.

    He said, “What he did was wrong and so he must be charged to court. If it was the other […]

  • Police arraign 34 FUNAAB students for malicious damage

    Police arraign 34 FUNAAB students for malicious damage

    The police on Friday arraigned 34 students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta in an Abeokuta, Ogun State Magistrates’ Court for conspiracy and unlawful assembly.

    They were arraigned on a four-count charge of conspiracy, unlawful assembly, riot and malicious damage contrary to sections 516, 443, 70, 71 of the Criminal Laws of Ogun State 2006.

    The Prosecutor, Sunday Eigbejiala, told the court that the accused persons committed the offence on August 18 at the school campus in Abeokuta.

    Eigbejiala said the accused […]

  • Coffee reduces cardiac damage – Scientists

    Coffee reduces cardiac damage – Scientists

    Scientists at York University on Sunday in Toronto came up with research findings that coffee reduces cardiac damage done by heart attacks.

    The team said the new finding suggested that patients who drink one to two cups of coffee are 20 per cent less likely to die prematurely from heart damage than those who don’t drink coffee.

    It said the findings revealed that coffee can help heal the heart after heart attacks and lower the chances of another heart attack.

    It, however, warned […]