11 September 2014

News Update: Oscar Pistorius will not be found guilty of murder

Oscar Pistorius will not be found guilty of murdering Reeva Steenkamp.

The stunning development was revealed as Judge Thokozile Masipa read her summation of the evidence Thursday in front of a packed courthouse in Pretoria, South Africa, and a worldwide television audience.

Masipa has yet to hand down her final decision, which is expected later today. Pistorious could still be found guilty of culpable homicide, a conviction that comes with no mandatory jail time. But a murder charge is out.

Adamawa Youths, Vigilantes Kill 80 Boko Haram Members

In a fight to take over their towns back from Boko Haram, reports coming in from Adamawa state is that about 8o members of the sect have been killed by youths and vigilantes in Muchika  and Madagali local government of the state on Tuesday night, September 9.

Boko Haram Allegedly Agree To Swap 30 Chibok Girls For 18 Commanders

Boko Haram are reportedly ready to release some of the abducted Chibok girls following a secret negotiation with the group commander.According to The Nation, they want to exchange the female students kidnapped in April for 18 key sect members currently in detention.

Research: Ebola May Hit 15 More Countries

A new research has revealed that the deadliest Ebola outbreak in the history of mankind could spread to no fewer than 15 countries in West and Central Africa.

The research, carried out by the University of Oxford, also stated that up to 70 million people would be at risk of infection.

Shettima Used Us To Become Governor - Boko Haram

It seems more revelations are comig forth since Australian negotiator, Dr. Stephen Davies accused some prominent Nigerians of funding the terror group Boko Haram.

9ice Takes Political Ambition One Step Further

Singer visited his state of origin, Ogbomosho, Oyo state Tuesday September 10 for awareness campaign and to identify with the electorate.

Will Oscar Pistorius Go To Jail?

Judge Masipa is currently reading files after files as she reviews evidences and testimonies before verdict.
As we countdown to the final hour before Oscar Pistorius' final verdict is pronounced in a court in Pretoria, South Africa today, Sept. 11, many question if he could walk free or be sent behind bars.