Staff, (Daily Sun) - Shock and disbelief aptly captured the mood of most Nigerians as they reacted to the crisis rocking the marriage of the founder, Believers' Love World Incorporated, popularly known as Christ Embassy, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome over a divorce suit reportedly filed by his wife, Anita Oyakhilome.
Staff, (Punch) - Enemuo was said to have contracted the virus from an Economic Community of West African States diplomat while allegedly treating him of Ebola symptoms in a hotel in Port Harcourt. It was gathered that Enemuo, before he took ill on Tuesday "operated on a woman on Monday presumably after treating the diplomat."
JIMITOTA ONOYUME, (Vanguard) - Commissioner of Health, Dr Sampson Parker who broke the news Thursday in Port Harcourt said the late Dr Iyke Sam Enemuo died Friday last week from suspected Ebola virus, adding that a test on his corpse released yesterday confirmed that the deceased died from the virus.
Staff, (Punch) - A military source said on Monday that the soldiers arrived in Mubi, Adamawa State by road around 5pm on Tuesday. Mubi is near the nation's border with Cameroon. He added that the troops would be reunited with their counterparts in the North-East to continue with the ongoing operation against the insurgents.
Daud Olatunji, (Vanguard) - Former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has taken a swipe on the economic situation in the country under President Goodluck Jonathan-led administration, declaring that Nigerians are back to the late dictator, General Sani Abacha where the middle class was non-existent.
Seyi Gesinde, (Nigerian Tribune) - Rosdeep Adekoya, a mother charged for killing her three-year-old son, Mikaeel Kular, has been jailed for 11 years in United Kingdom. Adekoya, was sentenced on Monday by Edinburgh court, after she admitted last month that she repeatedly beat Kular before stuffing his lifeless body into a suitcase.
Staff, (Vanguard) - Lagos State is facing the problem of shortage of volunteers to help care for the victims of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). In spite of a life insurance scheme and N60, 000 daily allowance being offered by the state government, health workers and volunteers are still not forthcoming.
Eniola Akinkuotu, (Punch) - On May 7, 2015, a Nigerian, Chuka Umunna, could make history by becoming the first black Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Born in London in 1978, Chuka was bred in the UK. His late father, Bennett, hailed from Anambra State while his Irish mother, Patricia, is a solicitor.
Staff, (FIFA.com) - Nigeria have had a tendency to score quick goals during their time at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2014, and Courtney Dike continued that trend with a goal barely more than a minute after kick-off before Asisat Oshoala added four goals en route to the Super Falconets’ stunning 6-2 semi-final win against Korea DPR in Moncton, Canada.
Ibe Uwaleke, (Guardian) - Pandemonium broke out Monday at the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos, following the arrest of a physically challenged man suspected to be Boko Haram suicide bomber at CENTREX, an annex office of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA).