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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Suspected Cultists shoot UNIUYO final year student.

Posted by Flexzy Awkward On September 20, 2017 No comments
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Suspected cult members have shot Mr. Stanley Mbanefo, a final year student of the Department of Geography, University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.

The incident was said to have taken place at the university community of Idak Okpo, Uyo, around 10.47pm on Monday.

Our correspondent learnt that the hoodlums, about five in number, invaded the community and shot the victim at a close range while he was trying to escape from a shop.
 
A witness, Chief Eno Clement, who is the chairman of Idap Okpo Community Development Association, said the assailants shot Mbanefo in the arm.

He added that after the incident, some residents the community rushed  the victim to a hospital in the area.

He said, “They shot him in the arm and we rushed him to a hospital.”

Another witness, Eno Sunday, said doctors at the hospital had been battling to extract pellets from the victim’s arm.

She said Mbanefo was preparing for his national youth service in November before the attack.

At the hospital, a doctor, who did not want her name in print, said, “We have so far removed 14 pellets, while the patient has received blood transfusions because as of the time he was brought here, he had lost a lot of blood.”

A woman, who identified herself simply as Ekaette, said the hoodlums also attacked shop owners in the area.

“They (the cult members) commanded us to lie face down before they started stealing our things, including cash, mobile phones and laptops,” she said.

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Chukwu Ikechukwu, promised to give details of the incident later.

He urged members of the society to partner the police to rid the society of criminal elements.

NAF joins Python Dance, deploys fighter jet in S’East.

Posted by Flexzy Awkward On September 20, 2017 No comments

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The Nigerian Air Force declared on Tuesday that it had joined the ongoing Operation Python Dance in the South-East and had deployed its fighter jet in the region.

The NAF said its deployment of “air assets” to the operation was based on a request by the army and in line with its constitutional mandate to ensure national peace and security.

The NAF Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore Olatokunbo Adesanya, said the Alpha Jet was deployed and would operate from the air force 115 Special Operations Group, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

He said, “In line with its commitment to national peace and security, the air force has deployed some of its air assets, including the Alpha Jet aircraft, to its 115 Special Operations Group in Port Harcourt, to support the ongoing Nigerian Army’s Exercise Egwu Eke II.

“The essence of the deployment is to provide the necessary air cover for the ground troops to enhance overall operational cohesion and efficiency. The wide expanse of the exercise area and the request by the Nigerian Army for close air support made the involvement of the NAF inevitable.

“The deployment of the air assets in support of the Nigerian Army is thus in fulfilment of one of the constitutional mandates of the NAF.”

Barman, friend jailed 25 years for manslaughter.

Posted by Flexzy Awkward On September 20, 2017 No comments
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Justice Kudirat Jose of a Lagos State High Court, Ikeja, on Tuesday sentenced a barman, Marvelous Chibueze, and his friend, David Oladimeji, to 25 years’ imprisonment for killing one Peter Madueke.

It was learnt that Madueke was stabbed with a broken bottle in the neck.

The incident was said to have happened on January 27, 2015, at Love Garden Hotel in Ikotun Egbe, Lagos State.

Chibueze, in his testimony before the court, said the deceased came to the hotel, where he worked as a barman, to buy a cigarette.

“He requested a stick of cigarette which cost N50 and he gave me N500. I told him that there was no change and suggested that he should buy a bottle of beer, which he obliged.

“I was dozing where I sat when the deceased pushed me and demanded his change. I told him to be patient. He pushed me again and we started fighting until a director of the hotel separated us.

“I thought the fight had ended, but I was surprised when he returned with a long bamboo stick and hit me.

“We were still fighting when David and his friends –Friday and Wasiu – came in. It was Wasiu that broke a bottle.

“I did not notice that the man was stabbed. The director later called me that the man had been stabbed in the neck and that we should rush him to a hospital.

“We rushed him to a private hospital where the nurses rejected him and he died in front of a hospital,” Chibueze said.

The second convict, Oladimeji, had also told the cour that one of the prostitutes in the hotel came to call him that Chibueze was fighting with Madueke.

“When I got there, Madueke was holding a big bamboo stick. We were struggling with him for the control of the bamboo stick when Friday, who is at large, stabbed Madueke with a broken bottle,” he said.

Justice Jose found both men guilty of manslaughter and conspiracy and sentenced them to 20 years on the first count, and 5 years on the second count of conspiracy, which would start counting from when they were remanded.

“It is obvious from the facts before me that the deceased was the aggressor, nevertheless, a human life was lost.

“I hereby find both defendants guilty of manslaughter and conspiracy. You are sentenced to 25 years,” she said.

THE wife of a private security firm owner, Gladys Kelikuma, has accused the police of being behind the murder of her husband, Ernest Kelikuma.

Sixty-year-old Kelikuma, a father of 10 children and a native of Ewechi-Onicha-Ukwuani in Ndokwa West Local Government Area of Delta State, was allegedly murdered after he received a call from an investigating police officer over the arrest of an armed robber by his private security outfit.

The wife of the deceased said the incident occurred on August 31, 2017 at Fegge Police Station at about 6.30pm, adding that the remains of her husband were deposited at Boromi Hospital, Onitsha by the police.

It was gathered that Kelikwuma’s security firm, called Ambassador Security Service and Co. Nigeria Limited located at No 52, Old market road, Onitsha in Anambra State, had apprehended an armed robber, who was trying to break into a house in Fegge town and recovered the robber’s gun.

The wife of the deceased, who spoke to our correspondents in Asaba, maintained that the spirit of her husband would not rest until his killers were brought to book.

She said, “My husband left the house full of life on that day after receiving a call from the police and never returned home. All they are telling us is that Ernest killed himself while trying to dislodge the gun found with the robber.”

The son of the deceased, Chidubem Kelikwuma, narrated that “On 31st August, my father and I were eating in the house when he received a call from Fegge Police Station on his MTN line at about 4.45pm.

“He immediately left the food and told me that his attention was needed at the police divisional headquarters and requested that I should go with him to the station, but I told him that I was tired and needed to rest.

“He left the house with the promise to return very soon, but we never saw him again. The next day, my mother told me that she received a call from the security adviser to my father requesting that she should come to the police station.

“The gun that the police claimed killed my father was the exhibit which my father’s security personnel, Emmanuel Akpan, handed over to the police after apprehending the armed robber.”

When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer, Anambra State Police Command, Nkiruka Nwode, said she was not aware of the incident, but promised to call back.

The state police spokesperson, however, did not call back as promised as of the time of filing this report.

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

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kidnappers killed Chinese expatriate, driver, police escort.

Posted by Flexzy Awkward On September 19, 2017 No comments

A Chinese expatriate, his driver and a policeman have been killed by suspected kidnappers along Ajaokuta-Lokoja Road in Kogi State.

Another policeman and a civilian reportedly sustained injuries during an attempt by the kidnappers to abduct the Chinese.

PUNCH Metro gathered that the expatriate and other victims, who had yet to be identified, were on the road on Saturday when they were waylaid by the gunmen.

The policemen were said to have resisted the attempt to kidnap the Chinese, which led to a shootout.

A source said, “The Chinese expatriate, alongside his driver, was killed in the crossfire between the policemen and the kidnappers.

“One of the policemen lost his life, while another policeman was seriously injured in the gun duel.”

The Police Public Relations Officer of the Kogi State command, Mr. William Aya, confirmed the incident.

He said the command had commenced investigation, adding that the perpetrators would be fished out.