Welcome to the Newsbreak roundup of the top 10 Nigerian newspapers headlines for today (Tuesday, June 14th, 2022).
Man Sentenced To Life Imprisonment For Defiling JSS 3 Student
An Ado-Ekiti High Court on Tuesday sentenced a 30-year-old man, Shola Oguntuase to life imprisonment for defiling a 14-year-old JSS 3 student.
The convict was arraigned and tried before Justice Adekunle Adeyeye on a one-count charge of defilement. Read more here.
Larry Gaaga Appointed As Vice President Of Def Jam Africa
Nigerian music producer and recording artiste, Larry Ndianefo, popularly known as Larry Gaaga has been appointed as Vice President of Def Jam Africa.
The news, made official on Monday, further revealed that Gaaga will head the A&R division of the company in English-speaking markets. Read more here.
There Is No Love In Marriage – Comedienne Helen Paul
Nigerian female comedian Helen Paul has said that there is no love in marriage.
According to her, love is within people and it is up to them to pour that love into their marriages. Read more here.
Botched Surgeries: Nigerians Who Died From Butt Enlargement Procedures
With the advent of cosmetic surgeries, many women have been able to gain more confidence from going under the knife or undergoing some beauty enhancement procedures to get the look they desire. Women who feel like their rear end is too small for their body frame or too flat to give them that desired hourglass figure in their clothes often opt for butt implant surgeries or BBL.
The butt implant and BBL procedures may give the same results, however, they are often mistaken to be the same thing. Read more here.
Abuja: Gunmen Abduct Three Pregnant Women, 14 Others
A lady with the Twitter handle, @Ameerah_sufyan, has raised an alarm that she, along with three pregnant women and 13 others, has been kidnapped by gunmen.
Newsbreak.ng learnt that the kidnappers were allegedly in police uniform, consisting of four Yoruba men and two Fulanis. Read more here.
Gunmen Storm Church In Ogun State, Abduct Worshippers During Vigil
Some gunmen on Tuesday stormed a Celestial Church in Ogun State and abducted two worshippers, newsbreak.ng reports.
The church, CCC, Oshofa Parish is situated at Wasimi, Ewekoro Local Government Area, Ogun State. Read more here.
BREAKING: Former World No. 2 Announces Immediate Retirement From Squash
Newsbreak reports that France squash star, Camille Serme, on Tuesday announced her immediate retirement from the game.
Serme is the most successful female French player of all-time and enjoyed an eight-and-a-half-year unbroken spell in the top 10 between October 2013 and April 2022, reaching a career-high of World No.2 in February 2017. Read more here.
Zazu Crooner, Portable Welcomes Second Child
Nigerian singer Habeeb Okikiola better known by his stage name, Portable or Zazu, has welcomed a baby boy with his wife.
He took to social media to thank God for safe delivery as he makes the announcement to his fans and followers. Read more here.
Four Brothers Rape 11-Year-Old Boy To Death
Four brothers (names-withheld) have reportedly raped an 11-year-old boy to death.
According to reports, the four brothers between the ages of 15, 17, 23, and 28 abused the 11-year-old for several years and infected her with HIV. Read more here.
Drug Trafficking: Court Jails Two Co-defendants Of Abba Kyari
A Federal High Court, Abuja has convicted and sentenced two co-defendants of suspended DCP Abba Kyari over an alleged drug trafficking to two years.
Newsbreak.ng reports that the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) had filed a suit against Abba Kyari for his involvement in a cross-border drug cartel. Read more here.
That’s the roundup of the top 10 Nigerian newspapers headlines this evening. More Nigerian newspapers headlines are available on Newsbreak website.