Saturday, September 26, 2015

Woman Stabs 13 Year Old Maid And Hides Her From The Police

A trader, Esther Bello, has been arrested by the Lagos state Police for allegedly abusing her 13-year-old househelp, Titi, in Obanikoro, Lagos. According to Punch Metro, Policemen from the Pedro station were called by neighbours after Titi ran out of her madam's house with a bleeding hand that had been cut deep in 3 places. She explained that her madam, Esther had caused the injuries and threatened to kill her if she raised any alarm..

Photo of Mrs Idongesit Udoh, Woman Who Was Shot Dead For Refusing To Give Police Bribe

Pictured above is the 34 year old mother of 4, Mrs Idongesit Udoh, who was allegedly shot dead by a bribe demanding police officer in Lagos last week. Mr Udoh who suffered a bullet scratch has been discharged from the hospital and is now home to face the reality of raising his 4 little children without their mother. Activist Joel Odumakin visited the family today.

1 Dead, 20 Hospitalized After Eating Poisoned Soup At A Wedding In Enugu

A 13-year-old primary school pupil has been confirmed dead, while 20 others are battling for life in different hospitals in Enugu-Ezike in Igbo-Eze North Local Government Area of Enugu State, after eating  at a traditional marriage ceremony last weekend.

Trouble started after the traditional marriage of Obiageli (surname witheld) when her in-laws departed to their hometown, Nrobo in Nsukka Council area. About 30 people, who ate the soup prepared for the entertainment of guests, were said to have started complaining of serious stomach upset.

Russia's activity in Syria: What really Scare Washington

'Sole Superpower' in Decline: US Losing Its Grip on the Middle East:

Washington has lost its strategic influence in the Middle East, writes F. William Engdahl, adding that the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) has acquired a new meaning in light of the Syrian crisis.

Twenty five years ago, on September 11, 1990 then US president George H.W. Bush declared the United States the "sole superpower"; however, times have indeed changed for Washington since then, American-German economic researcher and historian F. William Engdahl emphasizes.

Saudis Blame Pilgrims for Their Own Deaths in Hajj Stampede

Saudi Arabia on Friday suggested that pilgrims who ignored crowd control rules were responsible for causing a stampede that killed more than 700 people at the annual Hajj pilgrimage.

Millions of Muslims from around the world have traveled to Saudi Arabia for the Hajj, a pilgrimage that all able Muslims must make at some point in their lifetime.

The stampede took place when two large groups of pilgrims collided at a crossroads in Mina, a few miles east of Mecca, on their way to performing the "Stoning of the Devil" ritual at Jamarat, Reuters reported.

Photo: The head of Ghanaian King decapitated by Dutch Terrorist back in the day returned to Ghana in 2009

Kidnappers Shoot Man After Collecting N30m Ransom

An Abeokuta-based oil magnate, Mr Akeem Lawal, 36, was kidnapped and shot after the kidnappers were paid N30 million as ransom.
The incident happened while he was on his way to his home after the day’s business.

The Ayetoro-born Lawal, who owns Alak Vision Filling Station in Abeokuta North local government area of the state, was reported to have been abducted by a four-man gang of kidnappers around 6:30 pm a few days to his trip to Saudi Arabia for the hajj exercise.

Baby Found In A Polythene Bag In Akwa Ibom (Photo)

A new born baby with his umbilical cord still attached was found along Dibue road, Ikot Ekpene in Aka Ibom State this afternoon. A lady after delivering this baby, put her in a polythene bag and dumped her by the road side. An eye witness said that he saw a lady in that area this afternoon but didn’t know what she’d left behind until she’d gone. The baby was already dead before people noticed what was in the bag.

I Made N6million As A Fake Lawyer – Suspect

fake lawyer, Olawale Falola, who claimed to be a dropout of a university in Osun State was arrested by the Oyo State Police Command during a stop-and-search in Ibadan recently.

It was gathered that after seeing a sticker belonging to the Nigeria Bar Association on his windscreen, the police asked him about his identity, but he couldnt defend his ‘Lawyer’ status.

He said he made N6m from victims whom he promised to help secure jobs at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC.

According to him:

Fulani Herdsmen Working For Boko Haram – Falae

The former Secretary to Government of the Federation, Olu Falae, has revealed that six Fulani herdsmen kidnapped him on Monday and made him trek 30km from Ilado where he was taken, to Owo.

He also said he was made to sleep in the bush for three days as the kidnappers changed their locations every four hours.
President Muhammadu Buhari had on Wednesday directed the Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase, to ensure the rescue of the former minister.

Army Alleges Sabotage By Borno Leaders

The Nigerian Army on Friday raised alarm over plans by “some highly-placed individuals” in the North East, particularly Borno State, to sabotage military operations in the region.

A statement by the army spokesman, Sani Usman, said the elite were bent on having the activities of the Boko Haram terrorists prolonged for their selfish interests.

Mr. Usman, a colonel, did not however state in clear terms the means through which the notable individuals were undermining the war against terrorism or how they would benefit from the insurgency when prolonged.

“The Nigerian Army wishes to inform the public and send a very strong and serious final warning to some prominent individuals and political groups who hailed from Borno State in particular and North East generally, that there is information of plans by some highly placed individuals and political groups to undermine and scuttle the fight against terrorism and insurgency in this country.

Sylva: I Remain APC Governorship Candidate In Bayelsa State State

Timipre Sylva

Iyobosa Uwugiaren in Abuja

The Timipre Sylva Campaign for the Bayelsa State 2015 gubernatorial election has described as misleading and completely untrue reports that the All Progressives Congress (APC) Governorship Primary held on Tuesday, in Yenagoa has been cancelled or rescheduled.