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Allan Mbote, a Kenyan footballer has been killed by lightning while celebrating his team’s goal.
Five other players also injured by the lightning during Nangina Ward Football Tournament at Luchululo village
The player was celebrating Red Sharks’ equalizer against their opponents on Sunday when he was struck by lightning
The Standard, Kenya, reports that the 20-year-old Mbote, was also a Kenyatta University student.
He played as a defender for his team.
Three of the players are still on admission at Nangina Mission Hospital.
Kenyatta University has confirmed the death of the second year student.
The MP for the area, Dr. Oundo Mudenyo also sent his condolence as he wrote:
“Some tragedies are hard to take: lightening striking a player during a soccer match! RIP Allan Mbote.”

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Jubilations broke out in Ado Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital, on Monday as the Ado Ekiti Division of the Federal High Court dismissed the suit filed by former Governor of Ekiti State, Chief Segun Oni, to challenge the eligibility of Governor Kayode Fayemi to contest in the July 14 governorship election in the state.
Fayemi’s supporters and well-wishers gathered at the pavilion and Fajuyi Park to celebrate the court victory amid drumming and dancing.
Oni, who was an All Progressives Congress aspirant in the election, in the suit, challenged Fayemi’s eligibility on the grounds that the governor did not resign his appointment as a minister 30 days before the party primaries and as well that he was indicted by the Justice Silas Oyewole-led commission of inquiry last year.
The commission of inquiry was set up by the former Governor Ayodele Fayose to probe the finances of the state government when Fayemi was governor of the state between 2010 and 2014.
Among others, Oni, through his counsel, Chief Anthony Adeniyi, prayed the court to void the votes cast for Fayemi in the primaries for refusing to resign and the indictment, withdraw the certificate of return issued to Fayemi, declaring Oni as duly nominated APC candidate and as well duly elected governor in the July 14 election.
But Fayemi, though his lawyer, Chief Rafiu Balogun, who urged the court to strike out Oni’s suit for lack of merit, said Fayemi was not a public servant nor an official of the APC hence the resignation clause was not binding just as he said an Abuja court had quashed the decision of the commission of inquiry.
The case, which had earlier begun at an Abuja Division of Federal High Court was transferred to Ado Ekiti last month.
Security was beefed up in the court area as no fewer than 17 police pick up vans were stationed around the court in addition to an armour personnel carrier stationed at the pavilion area.
Justice Uche Agomoh, while delivering her two-hour judgment on Monday, dismissed the suit for lacking in merit, saying, “I am of the firm view that the originating summons is hereby dismissed.”
Agomoh, who resolved the issues for determination in favour of Fayemi, said the governor could not be disqualified on the basis of the report of the Commission of Inquiry whereby an Abuja court had quashed the indictment.
The judge said: “Indictment does not satisy the definition of conviction. He cannot be disqualified”.
Agomoh also said: “The issue of 30 days resignation before election does not apply in this case,” saying the applicant’s claim that Fayemi was an official of the APC and a public servant could not be proved.
According to the judge, Fayemi, as a minister of the federation was not a public servant but a political office holder and an appointee of the President, hence the 30 days resignation stipulation did not apply.
Counsel to Oni in his response, said, “We are going to study this judgment to determine the next cause of action”.
In his response, lawyer to Fayemi described the judgment as wonderful, saying “the court agreed with the positions of the law in arriving at the verdict.”
APC Deputy State Chairman, Sola Elesin, described the judgment as “a victory for our party. Our candidate, who is now governor, is one of the best in the country. He won the election fair and square.”

Alleged N27b fraud: EFCC picks ex-governor’s son
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) yesterday confirmed the arrest of Ogbonna Orji , is one of the children of a former Abia State Governor Theodore Orji.
It, however, denied the arrest of the sons of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar.
The commission described the purported raid on the apartments of Atiku’s sons for foreign currencies as another tales by moonlight.
The EFCC also said it did not block or freeze the accounts of Atiku’s running mate and former Anambra State Governor Peter Obi.
It made the clarifications in a statement by its Acting Head of Media and Publicity, Mr. Tony Orilade.
The statement reads: “We have received several calls and email messages asking us to confirm the arrest of the sons of the presidential candidate of the People Democratic Party, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, as being alleged in some quarters.
“Some also said we raided the apartments of Atiku’s son looking for foreign currencies. This is nothing but another tales by moonlight.
“It is in the news that we have been investigating the former Abia governor, Senator Theodore Orji over alleged N27 billion money laundering. In the course of investigation, we discovered that he laundered part of the money through his sons.
“We have been on the trail of some of the purchases made by his son including the cars the boys allegedly bought.
“Last Friday, we traced one of the cars to a night club in Abuja. In order not to cause panic, we waited until the business of the club was over and when the owner of the suspected car entered to take off, we arrested him and his friend who has a similar brand of car. That was about 5am on Saturday, December 8, 2018.
“The two boys we arrested were Ogbonna Orji, 32, and Kelvin Ilonah. While Orji’s car, a Range Rover is valued at about N100 million, Ilonah’s car also a Range Rover, is valued at about N35 million.”
The statement gave the details of the interrogation of the governor’s son and his friend.
“In the course of further interrogation, the two boys led us to their apartment, three flats, and documents retrieved from the apartment showed it was rented for N13 million each per annum.
“Another new Prado Jeep, a 2017 model was recovered from the boys in the compound. The two boys in question gave useful information to the commission, which is helping in our further investigation.
“The EFCC, as a responsible organisation is abreast of the establishment mandate and we shall not deviate from such mandate.
“We never went after Atiku’s sons, neither were Atiku’s sons among the two boys arrested. There is no link whatsoever to Atiku.
“Only last week, PDP was alleged to have raised alarm that the commission blocked and or freeze the accounts of the vice presidential candidate of the PDP, Peter Obi.
“Again, this was another lie which we immediately punctured as there was no truth in it whatsoever, to the accusation. Till now, only silence has prevailed from the camp of the accusers.”

Bola Bamigbola, Osogbo
An herbalist, Amos Sulaimon, has said that he told his client, Supo Bamidele, to bring a human head and wrists in order to discourage him from engaging in money ritual.
Sulaimon, who was paraded by the Osun State Commissioner of Police, Mr Fimihan Adeoye, in Osogbo, alongside his client, said he had never been involved in money rituals.
Adeoye told journalists that Bamidele was caught with a severed head and wrist in Ile-Ife, and upon his arrest, he told the police that his herbalist asked him to bring the human parts for ritual.
Explaining what transpired between him and his client, Sulaimon stated, “I am an herbalist and I live and work in Ile-Ife. Bamidele had been coming to me to seek spiritual assistance. I inherited this job from my father and we don’t engage in money rituals.
“I don’t do evil nor engage in money rituals. In the last four months, Bamidele had been disturbing me for spiritual assistance, because he claimed that his business was not doing well and that he wanted a charm that could improve his fortunes.
“Because he would not allow me to rest, I told him to bring a human head and wrist. It was a ploy to scare him away. I never knew he would go to the extent of looking for the items.”
Responding to questions from journalists, Bamidele, who sells planks, said he resorted to fortune-changing charms because he was not doing well in the business.
Bamidele added that his wife and children had left him because he could not provide for their needs.
He added that he exhumed a corpse at a burial ground in Onikooko area of Ile-Ife, severed the head and wrist, and headed for the residence of the herbalist.
“I was, however, caught inside a tricycle that I took while going to my herbalist’s house. I didn’t know any of the people buried in the cemetery; I just went there and took the parts that I needed,” he stated.


Former president Olusegun Obasanjo.

A former Nigerian president, Olusegun Obasanjo, has denied media reports (not PREMIUM TIMES) that he has decided not to support any candidate for next year's presidential election in Nigeria.
Mr Obasanjo made the clarification in a statement on Sunday by his media aide, Kehinde Akinyemi.
'While Chief Olusegun Obasanjo is in Cairo to attend the maiden edition of the Intra-African Trade Fair (IATF), of which he is Chairman of the Advisory Council, his attention has been drawn to a report by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) with the headline "Atiku: Obasanjo Shifts Political Gear to Neutral."
"It is disingenuous, if not malicious, for anyone to suggest that Chief Obasanjo was being neutral when he chose not to use the Owu Convention as a platform for political campaign but instead adopt a communal and familial approach in talking to members of his Owu family," Mr Akinyemi said.
"For the records, and as accurately reported by some media organisations, what the former president said at the convention in Iwo was that while he would not impress any candidates on them, Nigerians should vote for credible candidates who will drive growth and development and make their lives better than it is now."
He explained that Mr Obasanjo's statement did not suggest his neutrality, as he believes that, "only a fool will sit on the fence or be neutral when his or her country is being destroyed with incompetence, corruption, lack of focus, insecurity, nepotism, brazen impunity and denial of the obvious."
"Chief Obasanjo is no such fool nor is he so unwise," the aide said.
The former president, who already declared his support for opposition presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, said he would not sit on the fence when he needs to be out and active for people to know where he stands in the best interest of Nigeria.
He urged Nigerians to stop complaining about their current situation and advised that they should and go out to get "beneficial change," stating that, "they must know that such change will not come if they remain inactive just complaining and complacent and they allow themselves to be deceived by sycophants and enemies of Nigeria."
"If they do not become active and get much needed change of the current administration to a government that will improve the economy, regain the confidence of investors and generally drive growth, development and economic progress with security, what is coming will be much worse than what Nigerians currently suffer."
Mr Obasanjo said he would continue to speak against poor governance and nobody should manipulate his stance on the 2019 presidential election.
Mr Obasanjo was an ally of President Muhammadu Buhari, whom he supported for the 2015 general elections.
He has, however, accused the president of nepotism, poor performance, and sectionalism and declared his support for Mr Abubakar.
The presidency has however repeatedly asked Nigerians to ignore Mr Obasanjo, saying Mr Buhari's performance in office was enough to earn him re-election.
Mr Buhari also accused Mr Obasanjo of corruption while in office.

Chairman of Bomadi Local Government Area of Delta State, Mr William Angandi, has charged youths in the area to shun all forms of negative behaviour, especially cultism and armed robbery, noting that the council has perfected  security strategy with top security personnel to embark on dusk to dawn curfew in Bomadi to stem crime wave in the area.

Rivers Youths after their protest march against SARs Brutality in Port Harcourt on Thursday

Angandi stated this when he conducted newsmen around the council secretariat, where he is embarking on massive renovation works with over N25 million. He said: ”What you see in the council, with the massive renovation works and fresh projects ongoing at the same time, is part of my resolution to make a statement through my achievements. “The vision is in line with Governor Ifeanyi Okowa’s SMART Agenda of prosperity. I want to put an indelible mark in the council before my tenure expires. The council’s executive arm in collaboration with the legislature has unanimously enmarked over N25 million for these projects in the council secretariat..” He named some of the ongoing projects to include renovation of administrative and legislative buildings, two major walkways leading to the council chairman’s office, Chairman’s office, car park.

By Ola Ajayi
Residents of Ekotedo area of Ibadan metropolis were reportedly woken up from sleep by the distress cry of a middle-aged woman, Martha, being beaten by her husband, who allegedly caught her with her female lover in a hotel.
It was gathered that the couple, who is based in Benin City, Edo State, were reportedly invited to Ibadan by her step-father for a discussion over a misunderstanding between them, which was amicably settled.
A source disclosed that after the intervention of the step-father, the woman was said to have lodged at a hotel for the night because her husband had other engagements in town.
However, trouble started when the husband, Dickson, who had checked on her early in the morning, allegedly caught her in the act of lesbianism.
Angry Dickson reportedly pounced on his wife and beat her to stupor.
It was the noise of the woman that woke up the people in the area, who expressed surprise when they got the hint of what led to the scuffle.
The battered woman, who denied the allegation, reportedly went to Iddo Police Station to lodge complaints before going to a nearby private hospital for treatment.

Timaya says success is attainable by everyone, regardless of background and social class.
The ‘Bam Bam’ singer, born Inetimi Alfred Odon, said he believes there’s room for all to succeed, “if someone like me who used to be a plantain seller can be successful”.
Timaya gave the motivational talk on the sidelines of the Hennessy Artistry music concert.
He urged the youth to believe in themselves and remain passionate about their goals.
“I want to say here that everyone can be successful, if someone like me who used to be a plantain seller can be successful, then why not everybody,” the singer said.
“The youths need to believe in themselves because if they don’t, who will believe them. I want to advice youths to make money before friends.
“If the youths make money first, then the friends will automatically come; but there won’t be a friend without money.
“I want to thank all Nigerian fans who supported me to be what I am today, I will be forever grated.”
Timaya performed some of his hit songs such as Sanko, Bum Bum, Dance, Ukwu, Dem Mama, I like the way, and Sexy Ladies at the concert.

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•Theatre Command exposed us to attack
•Soldiers on war front being owed allowances
•B/H attacked us with 15 N/A vehicles
•DHQ reaffirms that only 23 soldiers died in Metele attack
•Why Army Chief, Buratai, changed 85% of Lafiya Dole field commanders
•I’ll continue to work for elimination of terrorism in Lake Chad—Buhari
•As Jordan King commiserates with Nigeria over soldiers massacre
By Our Reporters
BUJA—Contrary to claims by the Nigerian Army that 23 soldiers died in the recent attack by Boko Haram insurgents on Nigerian Army 157 Task Force Battalion in Metele, Borno State, one of the soldiers who survived said no fewer than 200 people lost their lives in the incident.
He also said that Boko Haram members, who were earlier arrested by soldiers in the battalion but later released by superior authorities, were among the attackers.
But Defence Headquarters in a reaction, dismissed all the allegations raised by the surviving soldier, insisting that only 23 soldiers were killed in Metele attack.
The soldier, who disclosed these, yesterday, to Vanguard on condition of anonymity, said the video being circulated as depicting the Metele attack was the video of an earlier attack on soldiers in Jeli.
He further noted that the wrong location of the base, faulty Armoured Personnel Carriers, APCs, and absence of aerial support from the Nigerian Air Force made it possible for the insurgents to inflict heavy casualties on the soldiers.
However, the surviving soldier appealed to President Buhari to disregard the information being given to him, saying that apart from the poor equipment deployed to the battlefield, soldiers were being owed six months allowances.
Consequently, he urged the President to review the welfare packages of those fighting the war, alleging they are being underpaid by the authorities.
Also, he regretted that the ground troops were not getting enough support from the Air Force, saying while Boko Haram insurgents monitored their activities with drones, the Air Force hardly carry out such tasks in enemy camps.
Continuing, the soldier, who said the Army does not have an accurate data of those on the war front, added that the Air Force always attribute alleged inability to support them to poor visibility.
  Metele attack 
His words: “The information about the Metele attack by the head of the Army, especially the Chief of Staff is wrong. I do not think they are doing what they are being paid to do. Soldiers are being killed daily, and their families are not being catered for properly. Last year, a celebration was hosted in Maiduguri to make sure that Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs returned to their respective areas. One hundred and fifty (150) vehicles left Abuja for Maiduguri for the exercise, 15 suddenly got missing and the 15 vehicles that got missing were painted green, with Operation Last Hold written on them. They are the vehicles being used in attacking military locations, including Gagiram that was first attacked.
“The attack led to the death of a Captain and 11 others, but they told the press and others that we lost only seven soldiers. Even if seven soldiers died, was it right to describe the figure as  only? I think Nigeria is in a state of war. For us to lose about 11 soldiers and they called it just seven it is not true.
State of war
“Gagiram was attacked the second and third time. Minari was attacked and we lost 13 soldiers and officers. Others, who ran into the bush are still missing.  The fight against the insurgents became intense with attacks on many locations. Between Gudunbalo and Gamasa, we lost many soldiers but it was unreported in the press and to the Presidency. No fewer than 200 soldiers were killed and the truth was never told.
“Jeli was also attacked. Many soldiers died and some are still missing. The question I am asking today is: Does the Army headquarters actually know the total strength of soldiers fighting in the North East? I don’t think so.
“Since the Metele attack, many soldiers are still missing. Some corpses have been recovered while many have not been recovered. How do they know the total number of soldiers? I was surprised when the Chief of Army Staff came out on the TV and said only 23 people died. Let’s assume that 23 soldiers died, was that enough to call the number only? It is inhuman. What I know is that when a General loses in a battle, he is supposed to be court-martialed, retired, or jailed.
But, some of our commanders failed and were then promoted. It shows that we are very wicked and we have lost it all as a nation. What about the people that died as a result of his actions?
We are poorly fed
“On our welfare, the Federal Government has released Ratio Cash Allowance, RCA, and operational allowance. It has not been given to us. We are only paid N20,000 monthly, and we are not paid at when due.
They pay N10,000 in cash and N45,000 is being given to the commandant for feeding. What are we being fed? They feed us beans every day in the morning. At noon we are given rice, while we eat garri for supper. People have developed diabetes because of regular intake of carbohydrate. Some soldiers now have challenges with their eyes because of what we eat. We are not properly fed, but they will come out to tell Nigerians that soldiers are well paid.
“The issue is not about deploying more people to the North East. People have stayed in the North East for four years without being rotated. Some have never seen their families, some who had no chance of seeing their families have died. They should forget about sending people to the North East and equip the soldiers properly. I want the President to heed this advice. What we need is not to send people to Sambisa. The President should ask what the army leadership did with money for the procurement of weapons. Did they actually buy new weapons or refurbished weapons?
Army on the defensive
“The APC’s we have cannot run for 10 to 15 minutes without overheating or stopping in the bush. The Anti-Aircraft Artillery, AA, also has the same challenges. We cannot shoot for three minutes without stoppages. But Boko Haram shoots for more than two straight hours without stoppages. Now, the question I am asking is: Is the Army supposed to be on the offensive or defensive? I know that an army is supposed to be on the offensive. There is no need for us to be defensive all the time.
“We lack equipment.  Soldiers have overstayed in the battlefield. There is a standing order that soldiers who have spent three months will be allowed to have two weeks to visit their families. What suddenly happened to the standing order?”
Recognition for  Col Sakaba
He continued: “Soldiers, who fought and died were never to be promoted. But those who recovered the body of the late Major General Akali in Jos have all been promoted. What about the people who are fighting Boko Haram and those who died fighting Boko Haram? The late Lt. Colonel Sakaba who died in Metele should be promoted. The families of other soldiers who died fighting should be compensated. We are all human beings. We only read about our allowances on the pages of newspapers.
“It was reported that we are entitled to N2,000 daily for feeding, while N5,000 is the operational allowance for 30 days.  The Federal Government said the soldiers in the North East are being paid N95,000, it is not true. We are only being given N20,000 as monthly allowance and it is not regularly paid. We want our money paid as at when due and they should pay us all the arrears effective from the day it was released.
“They have moved soldiers from Arege to Malapatori but Malapatori is not supposed to have two locations. The removal of soldiers from Arege has made Monguno vulnerable to attack. The moment they take Monguno, definitely, they will capture Maiduguri.”
Defence Headquarters reacts
Meanwhile, the Defence Headquarters yesterday, dismissed insinuations that troops in the North-East battling Boko Haram terrorists were not properly fed, adding that there was no iota of truth in the allegations that soldiers wounded in Metele attacks were paying for their drugs.
It also denied that over 170 soldiers died in the recent attack carried by the terrorists at Metele Village in Borno State, reaffirming that only 23 soldiers died, with 31 others wounded.
The Director of Defence Information, Brigadier General John Agim, reacting to the allegations while speaking to Vanguard on the telephone, insisted that the military authorities were fully responsible for all the needs of the troops in the North East and asked the general public to disregard the allegations he described as not only baseless but also unfounded.
He said:  “It is not true that our troops are feeding themselves. The allegation that their allowances are not being paid and also that they are paying for their kits is baseless and unfounded.
“Where are they getting their kits from?  Where are they buying the food from and where are they getting the money from to feed themselves?
“It is not true, people just want to bring corruption to everything we are doing. I think the allegation came after the attack in Metele.
“Well, we are fighting a battle and these people (insurgents and terrorists) are getting more daring because they are now getting support from Islamic State of West African Province. So,we are fighting ISIS, we are fighting ISWAP altogether. We are bound to have setbacks if there are lapses.
“But people are trying to raise allegation of corruption against the commander, but they should know that the Metele attack affected the commander too; he died. So if he was corrupt as some are alleging, where has it taken him?”
Brigadier General Agim appealed to the general public to support the military in its ongoing battle against the terrorists so that the security situation in the North East could be brought to an end, saying anything on the contrary could only escalate and prolong the situation.
“I want to appeal that if we have an attack, everybody should stand behind the military and encourage them, we are always very quick to castigate the military; you don’t know that these things have consequences.
‘’For instance, there are insinuations that soldiers are running away from the terrorists in the North East and they can’t stand to fight. This kind of thing only emboldens the terrorists.
“There are certain things about these terrorists that we shouldn’t write about because doing so will rather encourage the terrorists and insurgents to be bold. We should be downplaying some of these things because it is not possible that these things you mentioned are happening because their allowances are paid as at when due,” he further said.
Speaking on the actual number of soldiers that died in the Metele attack, Agim said contrary to speculation that more than 170 soldiers died, only 23 died in the attack.
The dead, he said, included the Commanding Officer and the Intelligence Officer.
“We have 23 soldiers that died, including the officers. The officers were Intelligence Officer, the Commanding Officer and the 2IC.  Also, we have 31 troops that were wounded in the unfortunate attack,” he said.
Also, over the weekend, indications emerged that the decision of the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, to carry out massive redeployment of several Brigade Commanders and Commanding Officers in the ongoing battle to eliminate Boko Haram terrorists from the North East was due to the need to restore confidence and high morale among fighting troops.
It was also gathered that concerns about the strict adherence to implementation of allocated allowances and other welfare packages for troops which had been filtering into the ears of the Army Chief, which became louder, following the November 18 Boko Haram attack on Metele base in Guzamala Local Government of Borno State, spelled the last straw.
Vanguard gathered from a General in the Army who spoke in confidence that because of the determination of the COAS to ensure maximum morale among troops in routing Boko Haram terrorists, he had bypassed bottlenecks in the disbursement of allowances due troops prosecuting the operation.
He was also said to have ordered that funds for troops’ welfare be sent directly to the Field Brigade Commanders and Commanding Officers of Units and Battalions for direct disbursements to troops.
“So it was a surprise to the authorities that some revelations that came out after the Matele attack pointed to issues of allowances to troops as one of the things that affected morale,” the officer said.
Asked why some soldiers who got injured in several gun battles with terrorists were left to cater for themselves by buying drugs, the officer said though he was not in a position to confirm the development, it also bordered on welfare which was one of the reasons for the COAS’ action.
Regarding the issue of payment of N1,000 RCA to troops in the battle front, the officer said the Army authorities, particularly the Chief of Army Staff, should be commended for paying N1,000 which was hitherto N500 daily.
“Mind you, this is aside from their normal feeding which is provided by the Army as at when due. As I speak with you, every other soldier outside operational areas receives N500 daily as RCA. So there is no foul play there,” he said.
Speaking on allegations that many more soldiers (over 100) were killed by Boko Haram during the Metele attack, than the 23 dead and 31 injured quoted by Army headquarters, the senior officer said he could not dispute the casualty figure of the Chief of Army Staff, noting that there were procedures and investigations backing the figure released by the authorities.
He added:  “Those choosing to doubt the Army should know that the dead are dead. They have families. So what will be the gain of saying somebody is alive when he is dead or denying when he has a family”.
King of Jordan condoles with Nigeria
Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has assured His Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein of Jordan that he would continue to work towards total elimination of terrorism in the Lake Chad basin area.
President Buhari gave the assurance, yesterday, when he received a condolence message and assurance of support in the fight against terrorism from the Jordanian King who prayed for peace and calm in Nigeria, and throughout Africa.
A statement by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, disclosed that the condolence was sent through telephone conversation.
According to the statement, King Abdullah, who is from the Hashemite family of Jordan, commended the Nigerian Army for its courage and resilience in the face of challenges in fighting terrorism.
President Buhari thanked King Abdullah for his concern on the recent setbacks that led to the loss of lives of soldiers in the North East.
The President assured that several measures had been discussed and were being implemented to steer the country from the unfortunate occurrence.

 Cosmopolitian - 27.11.2018 - How do Hollywood starlets look so toned and slim into their 40's, 50's, and even 60's? Is it always expensive liposuction and dangerous plastic surgery? According to Dr. Oz, the answer is NO! So if they aren't all using surgery to stay looking great, what is their secret? Keep reading, it's excitingly effective, safe, and cheap! 

A few weeks ago on the Dr. Oz show, he shared the secret he gives his celebrity clients who want to lose some kilograms fast, but are scared of the potential risks of surgery or do not have enough time for working out. We were so surprised by how shockingly simple, cheap, and effective his technique was, we had to test it ourselves and write a feature article on the results!

The Best Weight-Loss Solution You’ve Never Heard Of

Dr Oz had always kept this weight-loss secret reserved for his high paying celebrity clients until recently. He said he felt like he had to let his audience know because he was tired of hearing countless stories about his viewers throwing away thousands of dollars on expensive dietary supplements or dangerous surgical procedures that make big promises that often do far more harm than good. As a result, a few weeks ago he shared the simple solution with everyone watching his show, and he had previously only shared it with his celeb clients!
He actually discovered this weight-loss miracle when multiple celebrity friends and clients were constantly reaching out to him hoping for a solution to look slimmer to prolong their career without going in for surgery.
 On his show he said he was thrilled when after months and months of painstaking tests and research, his team came across a product thatliterally allows people to lose 22-27 kilograms in just a month. More shockingly, it is safe, and costs next to nothing! The product he mentioned on his show is Green Coffee.

So what is it?

2 Key Ingredients For Losing Weight:

1. Caffeine
2. Chlorogenic Acid
These are both natural substances that work together to burn fat and cellulite at the cellular level – which is why they’re so effective.
The first piece of the weight loss puzzle Dr. Oz talked about was caffeine. It accelerates the metabolism and boosts immune system during the slimming course.
Chlorogenic Acid: 
Firstly, it transforms glucose and body fat into energy. Secondly, it prevents sugar absorption and thus, the body fat accumulation. In addition, it purifies and firms the skin, has a comprehensive antioxidant effect, and suppresses appetite.

"How do I do it?"

It's actually very simple. You simply take Green Coffee 30 minutes prior to each meal, and you will see the noticeable changes in your body in several days!

We Decided to Put it to the Test!

As excited as we were after the show and after getting a flood of letters, we wanted to try it for ourselves before we wrote this feature piece praising it. We decided to take a volunteer, someone in our office. Let me introduce Brenda Wright, a 37 year old mother of 3 who jumped at the chance to test this weight-loss product. Here is her story...

Brenda's Story & 14 Days Experiment Results:

Brenda is a 37 year old mother of 3 from Chicago. Like most women her age, the years have started to give her unwanted kilograms. Brenda said she volunteered because she was so frustrated that nothing she had tried seemed to work. She was even considering highly risky and very expensive liposuction. This was somewhat of a last resort for her.
Here are her results...


 After the first day of using Green Coffee, I was surprised at how wonderful it made my body feel. There was no heavy feeling in the stomach or intestinal disorder. It felt like every muscle on my body was being tightened by this magical drink. It actually gave me so much energy so I started eating less junk food but I still didn’t workout because I didn't have time for it.

DAY 10:

 After ten days of taking Green Coffee, I was shocked at the fantastic results. I lost 12 kg! I was astonished by the results, and literally felt more confident. It was a pleasure to look in the mirror every time!

DAY 14:

After 14 days, not only had all my doubts and scepticism absolutely vanished - SO DID MY EXCESS WEIGHT! By now, I have already lost 17 kg. I've never felt or seen anything tighten my skin with this kind of force before, no matter how expensive the product is! All my friends and family were shocked. They couldn't believe the difference, and were convinced I was lying about not getting liposuction!

The Verdict:

Taking Green Coffee, you are able to lose 22 kilograms in a month. It tightens your skin at the stomach and thighs, removing all signs of sagging, aging, and skin dehydration.

Will This Work For You?

There are plenty of weight-loss gimmicks out there, and most of them are ridiculously expensive. With so many options it’s only natural for you to be skeptical about the results, and so we don't want to promise our readers anything, we simply want to challenge you to do what Dr. Oz recommended on the show: try it for yourself!
For your convenience, I have provided the links to the exact product Dr. Oz recommended. As of the writing of this article they are still offering a 50% discount on Green Coffee. Use the link below and you will get the lowest possible shipping price as well.


The Ekiti State Police Command on Sunday revealed that the fate of the student of Ado Grammar School, Ekiti, Kehinde Timilehin who allegedly stabbed his colleague, Favour Mathew to death on Thursday will be determined by the judiciary.
Timilehin, a Senior Secondary School 3 student, on Thursday stabbed the victim to death during a “juju” contest which later turned bloody.
Favour died at the Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital after being stabbed within the school premises due to disagreement between the duo which degenerated to contest over terrestrial power.
The suspect has since been detained at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) at the police headquarters in Ado Ekiti capital city.
Speaking with journalists in Ado Ekiti on Sunday, the Police Public Relations Officer, Ekiti Command, DSP Caleb Ikechukwu, said the status of the suspect, who was 16 years when he committed the offence remained an issue that would be determined by the Ekiti judiciary.
He said the office of the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) of the state Ministry of Justice would determine whether the suspect will face prosecution or be taken to the Juvenile Correction Centre for detention.
“I want to say that the suspect’s fate will be determined by DPP, because being a minor a lot of things would have to be taken into consideration.
“But as for us in the police, we are investigating the matter to be able to establish whether it was a case of murder or manslaughter.
“We are investigating the elements of the case, because by law. If you less than 18 there must be special consideration for any offence committed.
“But we also have juvenile correction centre, so the DPP will study the outcome of our investigation and come up with the best alternative that would be in line with the law”, Ikechukwu stated.
However, adequate security measure had been taken to prevent carnage in the school by threat of reprisal attack as the school management in collaboration with the state government has agreed to shut the school for the rest of the first term session.
First term is to terminate on December 17 and the students had already wrapped up their first term examinations before the killing.
It was also revealed that the state government is not going to punish any teacher over the killing since it happened after the school had closed.
A source said: “ The school is to be shut but the teachers will be working , because the victim’s family threatened that 30 students will be killed in the reprisal attack.
“It is not in any way safe for us to ask students to return to school now. They had finished their examinations before the incident happened.
“Even if they resume on Monday, we shall ask them to go back in the interest of security”, he said.


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