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Monday, 22 October 2018

Woman’s Eyes Removed By Ritualists After Being Injected On Her Farm. .

 
A woman’s eyes have been removed after being attacked by suspected ritualists on her farm in Plateau state.

It was gathered that the shocking incident happened at Kunga village in Jos North local government area of the State after the grandmother went out to her farm to look for what she will eat and also fetch some firewood.

According to David Ayuba, on her way back home, the aged woman met some people who offered to assist her but she declined because she was reportedly scared of them.

The two men allegedly forced her down and injected her with an unknown substance.

According to the grandmother, she didn’t know what happened afterwards, but she woke up to realise that her two eyes have been removed by the two men apparently.
            
The woman who says she’s lucky she was not killed in the process – is currently at University of Jos Teaching Hospital undergoing treatment.


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Lady Reveals How Housemaid Was Caught By Home CCTV making Out With BF And Maltreating Boss Child.

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A Nigerian woman has taken to Facebook to narrate her bitterness after the home CCTV caught her housemaid having sex with her boyfriend and also maltreating her baby.

According to the obviously heartbroken lady, the maid not only maltreated the son but was fond of dropping the baby with the security guards while engaging in sexual activities with her boyfriend.

Read her story:


The story of my life again…. 

My son nanny almst killed my boy slowly,I wud hv posted the vid the camera caught her bt bc my son is involve,I wish i can so you see her maltreating my boy. Staving him of food,and eating my son’s food

The weight my boy has is frm birth bc if its food i spend 26k mking sure he eat well. Not knowing d crazy girl eats my son food n stave ds little boy dtz jst 7 mnths old, My hrt was broken into pieces aft watching d vid, seeing my son been maltreated in such manner, Hv never been bad to her, those dt knw me knws me pretty well, hv never ever been rude or bad

D love i hv fr my boy, i transfer it 2 her,i care fr her like my own daughter bt yet, My people no matter hw kind u r person wer wan do u go still do u. She kicked my boy while he was trying 2 crawl, leaving d boy 2 cry helplessly ,d little man jst needed a cuddle 2 put him 2 sleep, In d vid she was slapping my son, hitting him. I couldnt believe my eyes

I hv learnt my lesson, weda am going 2 work, sch or wt eva i cn never ever leave my boy 2 anyone ,Xcept my sis Deborah Essien outside her i said no 1 else. Watching d bully depressed me fr 3days now i cnt gt over it.

I need a psychologist please help me befr i kill someone or hurt mysef. How can someone be ds wicked, Hitting my son, staving him of his food i spend my hard earn money 2 buy fr him ,my boy was dying slowly

Hving sex wt her bf in my house whn m away n giving my security my son to carry while she was busy holding prick. If d is anyting i love so much in ds world is my son n my shuga. 

I feel so hurt right now. I provide evyting fr her pls jst hold my boy fr me she bully him kick him, stave him, slap him, hit him,No human sympathy .

Pray for my boy pls. 

E effect is 2 much on him

Xcept hv been bad 2 her, hv stave her food if not heaven will stave her 

D will maltreat her children , d will b useless

If m ever bad or rude 2 her, she will be free bt if am not

God will judge her.

I wud hv taken her 2 police station 

But let God deal wt her 

I provide everything for her

i was even abt to increase her salary by 50percent not knowing my boy is in pains.

His body us shaking bc of lack of food

Let God b d judge n she will never go unpunished xcept am bad 2 her 

Xcept i bully her d way she bully my son.

A boy of 7months is total wickedness. 

Tnks to pastor Chris Nwala n my colleague n frnds fr d care love and support d gv 2 my son. 

I appreciate u all 

God bless u
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Prophet arrested over alleged plan to kidnap church member.

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DETECTIVES from the Ondo State Police Command have arrested a Prophet and founder of a Cherubim and Seraphim Church, the Gethsemane Zion Church,  Prophet Godwin Ayenugha,  in Igbokoda headquarters of Ilaje Local Government Area of the State, over his alleged involvement in the kidnap of a member of his church, Omosaye Segun.

The Prophet, Ayenugha, was arrested with an accomplice, Ibukun Adetigha who used to send text messages to their victims informing them of their impending kidnap.

Speaking on the arrest, the state Commissioner of Police, Mr Gbenga Adeyanju, explained that the suspects were arrested through a network of intelligence gathering by the detectives from the state.

He disclosed that the victim,  Omosaye Segun, who was kidnapped in November 2017 and regained his freedom in January 2018 after paying the ransom, received a text message from the suspects who claimed they were responsible for his kidnap.

According to the Police boss,  the suspects informed Omosaye that they will be coming for him again to kidnap him, threatening to kill him if they eventually kidnap him this time

The suspect, however, informed the police, while they swung into action and the owner of the phone used to text the message was arrested which led to the arrest of the Prophet.

The CP said “on the receipt of the complaint,  detectives from the command swung into action and through intelligence gathering arrested one Ibukun Adetigha and later arrested Prophet Godwin Ayenugha, a founder of a church in Igbokoda.

“The Techno handset that was used in sending the text messages was recovered from them. Upon interrogation,  the two suspects confessed to have sent the text messages but denied their involvement in the abduction of the victim.

“Prophet Godwin Ayenugha happened to be the spiritual father of the victim who claimed to have seen the vision that the victim would be kidnapped.”

Confessing to the crime,  Prophet Ayenugha, said he was pushed to the crime because of hunger, but said he had no hand in the last year kidnap of the victim.

He said he had earlier informed the victim that he should be prayerful to avoid being kidnapped again, saying “because he believes in me,  he gave me money in order to organise a prayer session for him.”

He said “I am very close to the victim and I have been working and praying for him for some time but I was financially down and had to think of how to get money from him

“I asked one of my church members to text him and one other person to inform them that we are coming to kidnap them. I know they will come to me for spiritual assistance and I eventually collected N150,000 from  Omosaye and the other person paid N60,000.”

The 48-year-old father of five, however, said: “I did not have any knowledge about his first kidnap because I was away to Cameroun but I intend to kidnap them to get cash from them because I need money so badly to feed my family.”

The accomplice, Adetigha,  also confessed to the crime, disclosing that the text messages were sent on the order of his spiritual father and confirmed receiving N25,000 from the prophet as part of his share in the deal.
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‘I Only Used My Fingers’; Man Arrested For Raping Girl In Delta State.


A man has been apprehended and is currently in police custody for allegedly defiling a nine year old girl in Warri area of Delta State.

The police officers attached to B-Division Warri swung into action immediately the case was reported and tracked the suspected rapist known as Aghogho Matthew to his residence.

The officers went after him in the mid-night and arrested him just as he was preparing to escape on hearing that the police have been notified.

The alleged rapist said after his arrest that he only used his fingers for the act contrary to doctors’ report that revealed there was penetration.

The suspect has been detained at the police station.
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Police vow to unravel killers of 2 priests in Umuahia.

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The Abia Police Command said on Monday that it had commenced investigation into the suspected murder of two priests and a woman at Umuobia Housing Estate, Umuahia.

The Command’s Public Relations Officers (PPRO), SP Geoffrey Ogbonna, made this known to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Umuahia.

He said that the command had commenced investigation into the murder, adding that it hoped to unravel the perpetrators of the dastardly act.

NAN recalls that the deceased included Kelechi Iwuanyanwu, a pastor and founder of Winds of Glory, a new generation church located in Ohokobe-Ndume in Umuahia North Local Government Area.

Ogbonna was reportedly murdered in his residence at the estate in the early hours of Sunday, Oct. 14, along with his alleged mistress and Woman Leader of the church, Ruth Andrews and Kalu Ikeagwu, the assistant pastor.

Their remains were recovered on Saturday by the police, following a report by Ikeagwu’s relatives and distraught members of the church.

According to him, the remains of the deceased were found decomposing in Iwuanyanwu’s bungalow, situated in an isolated part of the estate.

“We appeal to anybody with useful information that will help us to unravel the killers to come to the command with such information,” Ogbonna said.

He said that a team of policemen, led by Deputy Commissioner in charge of the State Criminal Investigation Department, Mr Patrick Edung, recovered the corpses.

He said that preliminary findings showed that the deceased were all macheted to death by their assailants.

Ogbonna said that members of the church became apprehensive over the whereabouts of Iwuanyanwu, Ruth and Ikeagwu after they failed to attend services on Oct. 14 and Wednesday.

He said that worried by the development, they decided to visit the pastor’s house.

“Upon getting to the house, they noticed that the place was under lock and key, with bad odour oozing out of the compound.

“They decided to scale the fence into the compound and when they peeped through the windows, they found the three corpses in different locations inside the house,” he said.

He said that the people quickly rushed to Ubakala Police Station, where they reported the incident.

The spokesman said that the bodies were deposited at the Federal Medical Centre morgue in Umuahia.

He also said that the assailants reportedly took away electronic gadgets and exotic cars, including Pathfinder and Lexus Jeeps, allegedly belonging to the pastor.

The lady, Ruth, was said to be a proprietor of a popular crèche, nursery and private school in Umuahia.
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Xenophobia: 9 Nigerian-owned Shops Burnt In South Africa.

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Nigerians in South Africa have become apprehensive after shops owned by Nigerians were burnt down.

As Xenophobia on Sunday reared its ugly head again in South Africa, Nigerians have lost more than nine shops to arsonists in Hillbrow, central Johannesburg.

The Publicity Secretary of Nigerian Union in South Africa, Mr Habib Miller, told the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, on the telephone from Pretoria on Monday that South Africans allegedly committed the act.

Miller said that the union had informed the Nigerian Mission in South Africa and was expecting their response to the development.

“Nine Nigerian businesses have been looted and burnt. The incident began on Sunday and continued till Monday, Oct. 22.

“Businesses affected range from restaurants, internet cafe, bar, groceries and stores.

“ At the time of the incident, electricity in the area was cut off. One of the businesses affected is owned by Mr C.J. Ubah, a bar owner at Fife Street,’’ he said.

Miller called on the police to come to the rescue of Nigerians by protecting their lives and property.

“The union is monitoring the situation. We have not received any report of casualty on any Nigerian, but the situation is still tense because there are fears that the looting will resume in the night.

“We have also advised Nigerians in the area to adopt safety measures by being alert,’’ Miller said.

NAN reports that xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa hit a high magnitude in 2016 but it had occurred in 2015, when a series of attacks were carried out on nationals of foreign countries.

In that attack nationals of Zimbabwe and Nigeria bore the brunt of the violence. That particular incident was attributed to the inciting words of the Zulu king who called on all foreigners to leave the country.

Prior to that time there had been reported attacks in 1998, 2000, 2008, 2009 and 2013.

In 2013, the Governments of Nigeria and South Africa signed a Memorandum of Understanding to reinforce diplomatic ties with the hope of preventing further attacks.

The events of 2016 and 2017 have proven that those efforts were in vain. The recurrence of these attacks without a doubt raise the question as to why they are common to South Africa.

Indeed, at a loss to understand why Nigerians have been targeted, many reasons have been adduced as being responsible, the most amusing of which is the claim that South Africans involved in the attack were acting upon false information that foreigners, including Nigerians were taking away their jobs and women!

At least no fewer than 184 Nigerians have been killed in xenophobic attacks between 2016 and this year.
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Wife Seeks Divorce Over Sex Denial.

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A housewife, Sa’adatu Musa, on Monday begged a Mararaba Upper Area Court, in Nasarawa, to dissolve her marriage to her husband, Dembe for allegedly denying her sex.

Sa’adatu told the court that Dembe denies her sex, as he only has sex with her once in four months.

She said that as a result of his inconsistent sex with her, she did not get sexual satisfaction.

Sa’adatu said that she married Dembe sometime in 2015 and that the union did not produce any child.

She pleaded with the court to dissolve the marriage, saying that there was no longer love in the union as nothing could bring them together again since he could not satisfy her sexual needs.

The respondent, Dembe, however, denied the allegations.

The judge, Mr Ibrahim Shekarau, adjourned the case until Oct. 29 to allow the parties to settle out of court.
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Man, 28, charged with murder.

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A 28-year-old man, Ibrahim Isah, charged with murder, was on Monday brought before an Ebute Meta Magistrates’ Court in Lagos.

The defendant had appeared on a count charge of murder.

The Police Prosecutor, Jimah Iseghede, said the defendant committed the offence on Oct. 5, at 10.45 p.m. at No. 15, Olaniyi St., Julie Estate, Oregun.

He alleged that Isah had murdered a woman, Florence Obinali, 50, by using a plank to hit her on her head, resulting to her death.

“The deceased had gone to pay the debt she owed the defendant’s wife late in the night but instead of leaving immediately she stayed to have a `tete-a-tete’ with the wife of the defendant.

“In anger, Isah picked up a plank with which he used to chase his wife inside and the deceased away but in the process, she fell and died as a result of the injuries she sustained,’’ he said.

The prosecutor said the offence contravened Section 223 of the Criminal Law of Lagos state, 2015.

The Magistrate, Mrs A. Kusanu, granted the defendant N200, 000 bail with two sureties in like sum and ordered that their addresses must be verified.

The case was adjourned until Nov. 14 for mention.
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Armed robbery suspect trailed targeted car for 3 days.

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An armed robbery suspect, Ishaku Samuel, has confessed that he trailed the car he wanted to snatch for three days, before he eventually got it from the owner.

Samuel, 32, who was paraded by the Plateau Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC), on Monday in Jos, said that it took him “a lot of efforts” before he succeeded in the armed robbery act.

Mr Solomon Olasupo, who paraded the suspect, had said that he was arrested on Oct. 15, following a tip off from a credible informant.

“The command received a report of a stolen Toyota Hiace bus with registration number ABE 92 LG CROSS RIVER, from one Mr Gabriel Bethel, on Oct. 15.

“Immediately we received the report, we swung into action. During a routine patrol within the state, NSCDC operatives intercepted the suspected stolen vehicle around NIPPS, along Vom road, in the outskirts of Jos.

“On close scrutiny, the operatives discovered that the suspected armed robber, who was driving the bus, had in his possession a bunch of Toyota keys, an extra number plate with registration no. TEB-190-AX Bauchi, as well as a traveling bag.”

He said that the suspect had allegedly confessed to the theft, adding that he would be charged to court as soon as investigation into the case was concluded.

Olasupo cautioned motorists to be security conscious and be mindful of where they parked their vehicles, especially, during public functions.

The suspected armed robber, who identified himself as a driver, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), during an interview, that he actually committed the crime.

He told NAN that he had planned to start a transport business in Kaduna State, using the stolen bus, before he was caught.

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Two teenagers in court for allegedly brandishing dangerous weapons,malicious damage.

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Two teenagers were on Monday, arraigned at an Ebute Meta Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos, for allegedly brandishing dangerous weapons in the public and malicious damage.

The accused, who are both 17, are being tried on a three-count charge of stealing, brandishing dangerous weapons in the public and malicious damage, offences they both denied committing.

The Prosecuting Counsel, Mrs Ibijoke Akinpelu, said that the accused committed the alleged offences on Oct. 6, at about 11.00 a.m., at Ijeshatedo, Itire.

She alleged that the two accused brandished dangerous weapons in the public and had damaged a Honda Jeep and Nissan Xterra parked in the area.

Akinpelu said the offences contravened Sections 52, 350 and 411 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State 2015.

The Chief Magistrate, Mrs A.O. Adedayo, granted each of the accused N100,00 bail, and ordered them to produce a surety each in like sum.


Adedayo adjourned the case until Oct. 31 for mention.
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