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Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Obtain Marriage License! Legally Husband And Wife!

Earlier this week, it was rumored that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West would tie the knot before they actually wed in Paris.
Well, according to sources, that happened!
The couple got their marriage license, and there was apparently a little somethin’ extra that took place in California!

Well, if it is true, Congrats Kimye.

Chibok: CAN releases names of abducted girls

Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Sunday, released the names of the abducted female students in Chibok by the Book Haram Sect.

The National Christian Body, consequently, demanded N50m as damages as well as overseas scholarship, for each girl from the federal government. A Statement signed by the President/Founder of Old Time Revival Hour, Kaduna & immediate-past chairman of Northern States Christian and Elders Forum (NOCSEF), an affiliate of CAN, Evangelist Matthew Owojaiye gave reason for the attack on Chibok girls’ high school. “Chibok Local Government is 90% Christians. Majority of the girls abducted are Christian! Why did Boko Haram visit Chibok Local Government? Why didn’t they visit so many other Local Government Girls Secondary Schools in Borno State?”
While demanding for those girls in Senior Secondary School, SSS, one and two to be transfered to schools of their choice, CAN called on faithful across the country to pray for their release. Owojaiye said for “Daughters …

Charly Boy's father Justice Oputa passes on at 89

A former Justice of the Supreme Court, Justice Chukwudifu Oputa, died on Sunday aged 96.

A son of the departed jurist and a musician, Mr. Charles Oputa (aka Charlie Boy), confirmed the death of his father in a statement.

“The Family of Justice Chukwudifu Oputa wishes to announce the passing to glory of the eminent jurist and a retired Justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria at the age of 96 years. He passed on peacefully on Sunday afternoon, May 4, 2014, after recovering from a brief illness. Funeral announcements will soon be released by the family,” Charles’ statement read.

Oputa, before his death, had been absent from public functions in recent years due to critical health condition.

A source said the body of the deceased had been deposited at the morgue of the National Hospital in Abuja.

Oputa, was appointed to head a panel constituted to investigate rights abuses during 15 years of military rule between 1976 and 1999 when President Olusegun Obasanjo took office as elected presid…

Explosions reported in Kenya; at least 3 dead, scores injured

At least three people were killed and scores injured in a blast in downtown Mombasa on Saturday, the Kenyan Interior Ministry said.
The explosion was caused by a grenade that was hurled at a crowd, the ministry said via Twitter.

Eleven of the injured were taken to Coast General Hospital, according to the ministry.
A second explosion was reported near the tourist area of Nyali Beach, also in Mombasa, the ministry said.
Several people at the Reef Hotel were injured in the Nyali Beach explosion, CNN affiliate KTN reported.

The Interior Ministry, however, said there were no casualties in the second explosion. An improvised explosive device was discovered at the Reef Hotel gate when a bag was noticed and people took cover, the ministry said.
The Nyali area is home to resorts and hotels along the coast.

Global protesters call for release of Nigerian girls: 'These are our sisters'

Protesters took the streets again Sunday, adding to the international pressure on Nigeria do more to rescue more than 200 schoolgirls abducted by militants.
Crowds from Los Angeles to London rallied on Saturday, carrying posters reading #BringBackOurGirls -- a campaign that began on Twitter after the mass abduction of the girls by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram last month. In Washington, protesters gathered at the Lincoln Memorial to denounce what they described as a poor response by the Nigerian government to rescue the girls.

On Sunday, about 100 demonstrators gathered outside the Nigerian High Commission in London again, where they chanted "Bring them back!" as well as "Not for sale!" and "African lives matter!"
The mainly female crowd, from young girls to older women, also carried banners that read "These are our sisters" and "No child born to be taken."

"It's very important that everyone do something," London…