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19-yr-old gets N.4m bail for allegedly stealing.

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A senior magistrate court in Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital on Monday granted bail to a 19-year-old Miracle Sunday who allegedly stole gutter manhole slabs in the state.

Sunday, who was arraigned before a senior magistrates court in Port Harcourt, was accused of stealing three of the concrete slabs from the state ministry of works, was granted bail in the sum of N400, 000.

The incident reportedly took place at UTC junction, Port Harcourt on March 1, 2019.

He pleaded not guilty to the one count charge of stealing slammed on him.

He was also not represented by any lawyer

The presiding Magistrate, Gomba Osaro granted bail to the sum of N400,000 with one Surety.

He said Surety must be a civil servant of any grade and must present his national identity card or permanent voters card and his address must be verified by the prosecutor, Godwin Nwinam.

Osaro adjourned the matter till April 9, for hearing.

APC Chieftain Weeps As INEC Declares Ortom Winner Of Benue Election.

A former President of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Daniel Onjeh, on Sunday wept after INEC declared Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue winner of the 2019 governorship election in the state.

Mr Onjeh, who started crying in reaction to Mr Ortom’s victory at his home town in Ogbadibo, stated that he was weeping for Benue people.

According to him, he did not know how they would be able to endure another four years of torture and deprivation under Mr Ortom.

Mr Onjeh said he was not sure if President Muhammadu Buhari would release more bailout funds and Paris Club refunds to Benue in the next four years since the ones released before had not been accounted for.

He said he wept for Benue workers, pensioners and their families because they went out enmass to vote out Mr Ortom for nonpayment of salaries and pensions.

Mr Onjeh is also the Board Chairman, Project Development Agency (PRODA)

“How long will the children of workers and pensioners in Benue be out of school for lack of financial support from their incapacitated and oppressed parents?

“How long will Benue workers and pensioners endure this hunger and denial as a result of nonpayment of their wages?”

“The painful side is that the same resources the workers and pensioners were denied, were the same Ortom used to buy votes.”

Mr Onjeh expressed surprise at the way PDP big shots in Benue, who condemned Mr Ortom’s governance style while he was in APC, made a U-turn to support the same man they condemned.

“I’m surprised at how David Mark, who accused Ortom of distribution of wheelbarrows to Benue youths as the only project he has done, could turn around and support the same Ortom to win second term in office.”

“Suswam also accused Ortom of ballooning the wage bill when Ortom was in APC but turned around to support him to win a second term in office.”

“Abba Moro also condemned Ortom and said that he failed woefully as such, does not deserve a second term but turned around to support him because he defected to their party.”

“This flip-flap Politicians’ behavior shows that they are only working for their own selfish purpose and not for the common good of the masses as always portrayed,” Mr Onjeh lamented.

The former student unionist therefore, encouraged Emmanuel Jime of the APC who contested against Mr Ortom not to give up on the fight for his mandate.

Mr Onjeh urged Mr Jime to head to the tribunal, pointing out that he had good grounds to do so since there were so many irregularities of rigging and electoral malpractices in the conduct of the election.

“I expected INEC to have cancelled the places where the use of Card Readers was even disregarded.

“The places are Guma, Logo, Buruku, Ukum and Vandeikya local government areas.


Woman Marries A 'Pillow' In Ogun State .

A woman married her absent Dubai-based lover represented by a pillow yesterday in Abeokuta, Ogun state. We have all the photos below.

According to social media reports, the woman’s fiance was for reasons currently unknown, unable to attend his own wedding, so a throw pillow was used to represent him.

In the wedding pictures, his bride is seen gorgeously and tastefully dressed as she beams with joy.

This won’t be the first time a Nigerian woman is getting married to an absent abroad-based lover who was represented by images.

But as usual, this lady’s current wedding has drawn a lot of reactions online, with many Nigerians criticizing the move, while others expressed shock.


Blind man asks court to recover N350, transistor radio from repairer.

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A 50-year-old blind man, Abubakar Umar of Sabon Gida Kano Road, on Monday prayed a Kaduna Sharia Court ll Magajin Gari to recover his N350 and radio set from a repairs man.

Mr Umar told the court that his radio set was the only friend he had and he was tired of going to the repairer’s shop seeking back his N350 and the radio set.

“I am a blind beggar, I suffered to raise that N350, he must give me back my money and radio set, he has betrayed the trust I had in him.

“I am tired of going to his shop. Sometimes he tells his boys to tell me that he has travelled and when I go to the shop, I hear his voice speaking softly.”

The respondent, 51-year-old Garba Abubakar of Sabon Gida Guragu Street, Kano Road, Kaduna, who appeared in the court with the radio set, told the court that he delayed fixing the radio due to the unstable power supply.

“I fixed the radio set. I was only keeping it for him to come and get it.

”Umar has a temper. The last time he came to my shop, he began hitting everybody with his stick, I refused to give him the radio because of his last action”, he added.

After listening to their testimonies, the judge, Musa Sa’ad-Goma, ordered Mr Abubakar to tune the radio to a particular station, to see if the radio was working.

The judge also ordered Mr Umar (the blind man) to touch the radio to confirm if it was his.

However, Mr Umar tested the radio and further complained that the stations are not tuning and that the ambience was very low.

The judge further urged Mr Umar to remain calm and not to go to the repairer’s shop again for any action, promising that the case will be solved amicably.

Police arrest 113 suspected cultists in Anambra.

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No fewer than 113 suspected cultists have been arrested by the police in separate locations in Anambra state.

The state commissioner of Police, Rabiu Ladodo, disclosed this to newsmen on Monday while parading the suspects at the police headquarters in Amawbia.

He said the arrests were made by the Command Special Anti-Cult unit between March 11 till date.

He added that 45 of the suspects were charged to court, 35 screened out, while 33 others were under investigation.

“Exhibits recovered from the suspects include one browning and locally made single barrel pistol, 7 live ammunition, axe, daggers, machetes and some quantities of dry leaves suspected to be Indian hemp,” he added.

Also paraded was a gang of robbers who specialized in car snatching.

According to the Commissioner, a total of eight vehicles were recovered from them.

He said, “Police operatives attached to the Command Special Anti-Cult unit went on investigation to Asaba in Delta State and arrested one Chukwuezugo Paul, 42 of Asaba.

“Discreet investigation led to the arrest of his accomplice and gang leader, one Micheal Obinna, aka Mayor.”

Ladodo said the same syndicate robbed a woman of her Toyota Venza car at gun point.

“Exhibits recovered include 7 vehicles comprising of 1 black Toyota Venza, 3 Toyota Corolla, 2 Lexus 350 Jeeps, 1 Toyota Rav 4 Jeep.

“Others include 1 barreta pistol with 10 rounds of 9mm ammunition, 1 cutlass, 3 iPhones, 1 Samsung phone and 1 black Lexus 350 car,” he added.


“I Consulted A Native Doctor After Suspecting My Wife Of Cheating, Now They Are Sleeping Together” – Man Reveals.

A man who suspected his wife was cheating on him and consulted a native doctor – has been left heartbroken after his partner allegedly ended up having an affair with the spiritualist.

The heartbroken husband now believes the man was a fake native doctor who was only interested in having sex with his wife.

Mvuleni Ntjiyo said his wife Puleng (51) left their home in Moroto Village, outside Thaba Nchu in South Africa on Christmas Eve.

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“When my wife started cheating in 2017, she faked illness and claimed to have the calling.“So she sought help in Lesotho but never came back. “I called her relatives in Lesotho and they said she never arrived. I learnt she was having an affair, and that’s when I consulted Dr Mirror.”

Mvuleni said he paid the native doctor. “My wife came back home a few days later but refused to sleep with me and stopped doing housework.

“She said I was evil and vowed to never allow me to have sex with her. I called Dr Mirror again and he inserted his fingers in her private part. He said something was having sex with my wife and causing her to deny me sex.”

Mvuleni said his wife continued to consult the native doctor and would come home late and sleep on the floor.

“She and the kids left on Christmas Eve and I later heard she was seeing the native doctor. “Dr Mirror failed to help me. I want a refund. It’s fine if my wife doesn’t come back.”

But Puleng said she left because her husband was abusive. “I’m not sleeping with Dr Mirror and I don’t want to go back to my husband,” she said.

But Dr Mirror, whose real name is John Mbeleko, said he did help Mvuleni. “I don’t think he will get a refund. I’m not sleeping with his wife. That man is a liar,” he said.


I’m Quiting Music Because I’m Now Too Broke – Singer Waje Laments In New Video.

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Afro-soul star, Aituaje Iruobe popularly known as Waje reportedly wants to quit doing professional music.

Waje announced this move in a now-viral video, citing the high cost of publicity and low album sales as reasons she was not prepared to invest in her musical career any longer.

In the viral video, Waje said, “After everybody shouted ‘Waje, your last album was how many years ago, please we need an album’. Where are all the people that were shouting?

“I don’t have the money for publicity and that’s what I am saying. Emerald’s (her daughter) school fees is there.

“It’s like I have ten things laid out for me and every single time, its always been my music, my music that is taking the bulk of my money.

“I am not willing to put money there anymore,” she said.

Nigerians on Twitter have reacted to the video, making ‘Waje’ the number three trending topic on Twitter, as of the time of filing this report.

She released a single titled ‘OH MY’ in November 2018 and later released her Album same 2018, titled ‘REDVELVET’.

Kate Henshaw To Give N300,000 To Anyone That Finds Her House Help Who Absconded With Her Money.

Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw, has placed a bounty on her house help that absconded with a huge amount of cash she had left at home.

The actress and fitness trainer expert cried out on Instagram.

She wrote:

My house help pictured above (SUNDAY OKE ) whom I have trained as a son for the past 9 years now and sent to school ran away with my money, a huge sum, on the 18th of March 2019.

If you have any information about his whereabouts or know who can find him kindly call 08098585500.

A reward of N300k will be given to anyone who can give information that will lead to his arrest.

Kindly repost his picture and share on your social media network.

Daughter of NGE’s Deputy President Escapes from kidnappers’ Den.

Mrs. Habiba Abdulsalam, the daughter of the Deputy President of Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE), Mallam Uba Gaya, who was abducted recently in Kano, has regained her freedom and reunited with her family members.

Speaking on the terrifying incident, Uba-Gaya told PRNigeria that his daughter miraculously escaped from her kidnappers’ den on Saturday night.

Gaya, who disclosed that the abduction of his daughter happened between 5 and 6 pm on Friday evening, described the incident as most ‘horrific and traumatic’ for him and the extended family.

He said they could not sleep properly, just as many of them were tramatized and lost appetite for foods.

He added that they got to know of Habiba’s kidnap when his younger brother called some few minutes past 5pm to inform him that his daughter’s phone number was not reachable, after she had spoken to a close family member at about 4:49 pm.

“On the fateful Friday, Habiba went to plait her hair in the house of one of her friends. And after making her hair, she then proceeded to my late father’s house in Kano metropolis. But the ugly fate that would later befall my daughter started when she boarded a tricycle, and the Keke rider thereafter took two other women at various locations in Kano town, immediately he carried her.

“According to my daughter, the Keke rider then took a road leading to the popular Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital. Immediately, a bus came and overtook them. It quickly stopped, and three hefty men emerge and whisked them into the vehicle and zoomed towards Zaria.

“When the kidnappers arrived at an area in Kaduna that Friday evening, they took my daughter and the two other women to an unknown house. They were blindfolded and taken to a thick forest in Niger State,” Mal. Gaya narrated.

However, Mal. Gaya explained that his daughter’s escape was miraculous in nature, owing to the intensive supplications offered by family members and teeming well-wishers since the news of her abduction broke on Friday.

Uba-Gaya further told PRNigeria that Habiba’s freedom was secured without paying any ransom to the kidnappers even when some members of the family had started negotiating the sale of assets in case.

Narrating he escape, Uba-Gaya said: “What happened was that on Saturday night, my daughter told her abductors that she wanted to relieve herself. So, one of them followed her to an isolated area, some metres from the place they were held hostage. But unexpectedly, the man who accompanied her to urinate told Habiba that she had been disturbing them and told her to leave them alone.

“So, my daughter took the opportunity and took her heels that night. By Sunday morning she arrived at a certain settlement In Niger State, where she met some people and narrated with tears her ordeal. They took her to Dikko Junction, along Kaduna-Abuja highway and gave her a phone to call her family about her escape.

“We are glad that Habiba was not hurt by her kidnappers. Right now, she is back in Kano after boarding an Air flight from Abuja yesterday. Her abduction and subsequent reunion with us was without paying a dime as ransom.”

The Deputy President of NGE expressed gratitude to the Police, and other security agencies, especially the Army for its robust intelligence gathering on the circumstances surrounding his daughter’s abduction and timely release by the kidnappers.


‘I stole 6-year-old girl on ritualist’s demand’.

A suspected child trafficker on Monday confessed abducting a 6-year old girl in Umuefi Nteje, Oyi local government area of Anambra state on the instructions of a native doctor.

The suspect, Monday Onyikwa who made the confession to newsmen at the Police headquarters in Amawbia, said the native doctor, Monday had promised to pay him the sum of N100,000.

He said he kidnapped the victim during a burial ceremony in the community and was on his way to the native doctor’s place when he was nabbed.

“I got to know the native doctor at the police station when I was arrested for stealing phone. He introduced himself to me and gave me his number.

“I picked up the girl at a burial and was heading to the native doctor’s place who demanded her for ritual before I was arrested,” he said.

Confirming the arrest, the police spokesperson in the state, Haruna Mohammed said the victim had since been reunited with her family.

He said the case was being investigated.

He said, “On 23-3-2019, at about 9am, one Pius Egbuna of Nteje reported that his daughter, Chisom was missing and was nowhere to be found.

“Following intelligence report, police detectives arrested one Monday Onyikwa in the bush with the victim.

“Suspect confessed that he was taking her to one Nnamdi, a native doctor who was equally arrested at Nando village in Anambra East LGA for a fee of N100,000 for ritual purpose.”