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Lionel Richie’s Son Miles Causes A Scare After His Alleged Bomb Threat At Heathrow Airport

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The 24-year-old son of Lionel Richie, Miles Richie reportedly was arrested and detained last Saturday at the Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 threatening to explode a bomb (he claimed) he had in his possession after he was not permitted to board the flight.

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Bobrisky In Trouble — Deported From The U.K Where He Was Scheduled To Hold A 'Luxury Birthday Bash'

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Nigeria’s male barbie Bobrisky experienced quite the humiliating experience at the Heathrow Airport in London Friday night.
Bobrisky was in the UK for an event but was not allowed entry and was deported back to his homeland due to issues relating to his visa.

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Bobrisky In Trouble — Deported From The U.K Where He Was Scheduled To Hold A ‘Luxury Birthday Bash’

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Nigeria’s male barbie Bobrisky experienced quite the humiliating experience at the Heathrow Airport in London Friday night.

Bobrisky was in the UK for an event but was not allowed entry and was deported back to his homeland due to issues relating to his visa.

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Nayele’s Assets – Half Of Money Found In Her Accounts Goes To NACOB

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Nayele Ametefe aka Ruby Appiah

The Narcotics Control Board (NACOB) have legally taken control of half of all money seized from the frozen bank accounts of drug baroness, Nayele Ametefe.

In a breakdown of the seized funds authorised by the judiciary, the court hearing the case gets 30% of the seized funds, with the remaining 20% being put into the Consolidated Fund.

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NACOB Donates Jailed Drug Baron Nayele Ametefe’s Assets To Rehab Centres In Ghana

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Nayele Ametefe aka Ruby Appiah

Seized assets of the jailed drug baron, Nayele Ametefe, has been donated by officials of the Narcotics Control Board (NACOB), to various rehab centres in the country.

The items, including expensive furniture worth thousands of cedis, were donated to three rehab centres by the narcotics combating agency

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