1 Jun 2016

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Young Girl Uses Wizkid's Name to Defraud Guys of N10.4m

Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Fatai Owoseni, has revealed how a 19-year-old girl, who had been posing as Music star, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, aka Wizkid, on social media, was arrested.

The young girl, who's not even up to 20yrs old, was said to have duped many people, including students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), before she was arrested. Among her victims were also two people living overseas. The money was over $53,000, equivalent of about N10.4 million.

I Don't want to Die, My husband is not A Real Man – Wife Cries

A 45-year-old businesswoman, Anna Oshomogbe, has asked an Igando Customary Court in Lagos to dissolve her marriage with Edmund because his family controls her home. She told the court that Edmund with whom she had two children in their 18-year-old marriage could not make decisions on his own.

Anglo verdict: McAteer and Bowe found guilty of €7.2bn fraud on the markets

Left to right, William McAteer, Denis Casey, John Bowe, and Peter Fitzpatrick
Left to right, William McAteer, Denis Casey, John Bowe, and Peter Fitzpatrick
Two former executives from Anglo Irish Bank have been found guilty of conspiring to defraud the public in 2008.
On day 84 of the longest running criminal trial in the State's history the jury at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court returned the majority verdicts. The verdict comes after 38 hours of deliberations, the longest jury deliberations in the history of the state.

Gay Nigerian guy Bisi Alimi goes to registry with his soon-to-be husband (photo)

bisi alimi and loverRemember Nigerian gay rights activist, Bisi Alimi ? 

 Bisi Alimi and lover He is set to wed his soon-to-be-husband, Anthony. The two men (lovebirds) were seen at the UK registry recently when they went to give notice for their wedding coming up in November. 

For real?! Jesus Christ spotted in Ghana (see photo)

An image of Jesus Christ was spotted today, June 1, in Dansoman, a sub-urban town in Accra, Ghana. 

The alleged image of Jesus in Ghana This is about the second time the image will allegedly show up in the sky in the area. The first time was in 2013 when the image triggered speculations about the second coming of Jesus Christ. 

However, just this morning, the people saw another image of an Heavenly body in the sky which allegedly lasted for a few hours statically, they watched the angel persistently until it vanished off gradually into the sky. Many were afraid at the sight of this appearance. 

The Oyo State House of Assembly has revealed the list of Commissioner

The Oyo State House of Assembly has revealed the list of Commissioner- nominees and Oyo State Independent Electoral Commission (OYSIEC) members forwarded to it by Governor Abiola Ajimobi.
The names were announced at a plenary session of the House on Wednesday by the Speaker, Hon Michael Adyemo.
Below are the names of the commissioners:
1. Abimbola Adekanbi
2. Atinuke Oshinkoya
3. Abimbola Kolade
4. Taibat Adaba
5. Barr Oyewole Oyewumi
6. Barr Abayomi Oke
7. Wasiu Dauda
8. Ajiboye Omodewu
9. Isaac Ishola
10. Abdul-Ganiyu Mudashiru
11. Toye Aruloun
12. Oluwaseun Abimbola
13. Prof Niyi Olowofela
14. Dr Azeez Adeduntan
15. Fatai Salawu.
Names of eight members to constitute OYSIEC are as follows:
1. Adewole Ajeigbe (Chairman),
2. Sunday Aborisade
3. Adedeji Raimi
4. David Adeagbo
5. Bello Lateef
6. Omolola Odekunbi
7. Abdulrazaq Akuru
8. Rasheed Oyekanmi
Adeyemo directed all the nomines to submit 40 copies each of their Curriculum Vitae to the Clerk of the House on or before June 3, 2016 ahead of sceeening next week

DRAMA ON IG – Get off my page fool! Annie Idibia Blasts 2Baba’s Babymama’s Sister (See What Happened)

Annie Idibia
Yesterday, Annie Idibia put up a post praising women who do not punish their kids by keeping them away from their dads. She hailed 2 Face’s baby mama Sunmbo for being a great mum .

Can A Woman In Her 40s Still Find The Right Man? (GUYS COMMENT)

Forever young. Eighteen till I die! There are tens of terms women use to describe the ageing process, a million ways to deal with the denial of the appearance of wrinkles at the outer corner of the eyes, otherwise known as crow’s feet or if you want to be politically correct laughter lines, sagging skin in certain places and slow metabolism.

If you buy this phone, God will not forgive you (photos)

Have you ever seen the price tag on a phone and thought “Why is this phone this expensive, can it call heaven?” 
Phone being sold for N4.9million For many people who think having the latest smartphone is a sign of affluence or showing “i have finally arrived”, this phone

Totally Awesome – 10 men reveal what doggie style feels like

Men love it when they get to thrust their women from behind. Ten men try to use words to describe the doggy style sensation with most agreeing that it certainly is an amazing experience.

How Obasanjo stopped Buhari from naming looters

naij.comPolitical heavyweights led by former president Olusegun Obasanjo, have allegedly stopped President Buhari from naming those who looted the country’s money  

Wizkid’s ex-manager allegedly arrested for Fraud!

On Tuesday, May 31, Wizkid’s former manager who getting ready to tie the knot, Osagie Osarenkhoe was arrested by the Nigerian police for being involved in a N13m fraud by, Baseline Records.

SHOCKING! See Graphic Photo of a Man Who Beheaded His Mother for Ritual Purpose (Viewers Discretion)

SHOCKING! See Graphic Photo of a Man Who Beheaded His Mother for Ritual Purpose (Viewers Discretion)
The residents of a local community in the north-eastern Nigeria, has met with tragedy after an evil son beheaded his own mother for ritual purposes.
The residents of a local community in the north-eastern Nigeria, has met with tragedy after an evil son beheaded his own mother for ritual purposes.

AGAIN: Absence of EFCC witness stalls Saraki’s trial

Abuja – The absence of EFCC witness, Mr Micheal Wetkas, on Wednesday stalled the trial of Senate President Bukola Saraki at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT). Saraki is standing trial on

Lagos syndicate produces fake naira notes

Two men who are allegedly members of a syndicate that produces fake naira notes have been arrested by the police on Oluwakemi Street, in the Ojodu Abiodun area of Lagos State.
PUNCH Metro gathered that the suspects – Hope Ihesiaba and his brother, Ifeanyi – were arrested by the Isheri Police Division on Saturday.

OMG: Man, pregnant wife, daughter suffocate in apartment

A family of three has been found dead inside their mini flat on Church Street, Lagos Island, after allegedly inhaling some chemical substance.
Who sprayed the chemical into the apartment had been a thing of concern to the victims’ family members and residents of the area.
The deceased are 30-year-old Ibrahim Yusuf, a tricycle rider; his wife, Saidat; and their five-year-old daughter, Rodiat.
PUNCH Metro learnt that neighbours had heard a scream from the victims’ apartment in the early hours of Monday which they ignored, thinking it was a sign of disagreement between the couple.
At about 2pm, Ibrahim’s friend, Quadri Aderibigbe, who lives on Freeman Street, said he became worried when he did not see him.
He said, “Usually by 7am he should be at the park. When it was 9am and I did not see him, I sent a boy to check on him. The boy came back and said he knocked on his door but didn’t get any response. When it was 2pm, I went to see his mother if she had seen him, she said no.
“We decided to go to his house. As we got there, we heard a faint voice from inside, but the door was locked. We forcefully entered through the window and met Ibrahim and Rodiat dead. Saidat was still breathing. There was no food around them to suggest they took a poison.”
 Aderibigbe said Saidat was rushed to a private hospital, from where they were referred to the Lagos Island General Hospital, which pronounced her dead on arrival. He added that they had been buried according to Islamic rites.
“We later went back to the apartment and smelled some chemical, which suggested that the room had been sprayed with chemicals. But who sprayed the chemicals into the apartment is our concern now. The three of them have been buried.
“We reported the incident at the Adeniji Adele Police Station. A policeman who came to inspect the house said they were likely killed by generator fumes. However, the exhaust of the generator pointed outside the apartment,” he added.
Saidat’s father, Biliaminu Sodeinde, who resides in Idumota, said he was in the office when his wife alerted him to the incident.
“I rushed to their (the deceased’s) house and met the husband dead. Rodiat was taken to the Mercy Hospital, but she did not make it either,” he said.
Sodeinde’s father, Chief Lateef Olohunje, said he wanted Saidat’s corpse exhumed and a postmortem conducted on it to ascertain the cause of the death.
A friend of Saidat, who identified herself only as Bilkis, said, “I don’t believe the deaths are natural. An autopsy should be carried out to ascertain the causes of the deaths.”
A neighbour of the deceased, who did not want his name in print, said he was surprised by the deaths, adding that some co-tenants claimed to have heard shouts from their apartment.
He said, “Some of our neighbours said they heard screams from their room, but thought it was a fight. If I heard, I would have come out and checked on them because I have never heard them fight before.”
The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Dolapo Badmos, confirmed the incident. She added that the police had commenced investigation into the case.
She said, “The matter was reported to the police on Tuesday. Although the corpses have been buried, the police are still investigating the matter. As the case progresses, we will brief you.”

Herbalist defrauds money-seeking Lagos banker of N2.5m

A herbalist, Seye Olufokunbi, has narrated how he defrauded a Lagos banker, identified simply as Lekan, of N2.5m.
The 33-year-old said he told Lekan, who worked in one of the banks on the Victoria Island, that the money was for a special soap.
He said he lied to the banker that the soap, when kept in a box for two days, would produce a lot of money.
The money magic was said to have failed, leading to a petition to the Lagos State Police Command’s Rapid Response Squad in February 2016.
The operatives were said to have trailed and arrested the suspect at his base in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State.
The suspect, who spoke with our correspondent at the command headquarters in Ikeja on Tuesday, said he was initially selling herbs to Lekan before the banker told him to perform money ritual for him.
He said, “I have known Lekan for a long time and he is my customer. He was initially patronising me for herbs for his ailment.
“But he later approached me for money ritual, saying the money he was making as a banker was not enough for him. I said I could do it if he could give me N2.5m. He brought the money and I gave him a bar of soap. I told him to keep the soap in a box for two days, after which he should check the box and he would see a lot of money.
“He did that, but it failed, he then reported me to the police, who arrested me.”
The suspect, who claimed to have been into the job since 2011, said he was a member of a syndicate.
He explained that he got N500,000 from the money the victim paid, while the rest of the money was shared among the group members.
“I was initiated into this job by my brother. My ex-wife, whom I divorced after a disagreement, is not aware I am doing this. I was doing this because after I finished studying Business Administration in 2002 in a polytechnic in Oyo State, I couldn’t get any good job,” he added.
The Police Public Relations Officer, SP Dolapo Badmos, advised members of the public to be wary of those they transacted business with, adding that the suspect would be arraigned in court at the end of investigation.
“We are still hunting for the fleeing members of the syndicate and at the end, we will make them face justice,” she added.

Soldiers storm Kogi Assembly, stop legislators from sitting

Armed soldiers on Tuesday stormed the Kogi State House of Assembly, where they turned back legislators from entering the parliament.
Last Thursday, a group of legislators operating on the platform of the G15, who had secured an Abuja court ruling, stormed the parliament and held a plenary session.
The soldiers numbering 15 got to the Assembly complex in a truck as early as 6am.
They took over the gate and the road leading to the parliament.
The G15 is led by the embattled Speaker, Mr. Momoh-Jimoh Lawal.
A group of five lawmakers, who operated on the platform of the G5, had announced the impeachment of Lawal, who had the backing of 14 lawmakers.
The court had ruled that the impeachment of Lawal as the speaker was null and void.
Journalists, who arrived at the Assembly to cover proceedings, were turned back by the soldiers.
The soldiers dislodged the riot policemen, who had manned the Assembly’s gate since last week.
Spokesperson for the G15, Matthew Kolawole, expressed shock at the turn of events.
He said the group was shocked to discover that soldiers from the Army Records Unit, Kogi, had barricaded the Assembly’s gate.
Kolawole said the soldiers prevented them from entering the parliament.
He said gunmen in two vans had stormed the Kogi legislative quarters in the midnight of Monday and shot repeatedly into the air in order to intimidate the members of the G15.
But the Special Adviser to the state governor on Media and Strategy, Alhaji Abdulkareem Abdulmalik, denied government’s involvement in the crisis besetting the Assembly.
According to him, the security men were there to prevent a breakdown of law and other.
Also, the Kogi State Commissioner of Police, Yakubu Usman, said he withdrew his men in order to prevent a clash that might result in the loss of lives.
Meanwhile, the Kogi State Independent Electoral Commission has been called upon to conduct a supplementary election in Idah and Ofu local government areas, where election had been declared inconclusive.

Religion, culture responsible for child abuse – Group

A Kaduna-based NGO, All Children Charity International Foundation, has attributed the high rate of child abuse in the country to religion and cultural practices.
The Executive Director of the foundation, Mrs Ranti Daudu, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kaduna on Wednesday that these two issues should be addressed to reduce the trend.
According to her, people capitalise on cultural and religious beliefs and practices to perpetually keep the children silent when they are being violated.
Daudu said, “Violence against the child is somehow related to cultural practices.
“Children are being violated by elders, but they cannot say anything out of fear and because they are expected to respect their elders.
“It is a good thing to respect elders, but it is becoming part of the extension of violence against children, as elders are taking advantage of that to abuse children.
“Even religion has also been used to keep the child quite.
“A three-year-old girl was raped to death in Kawo, Kaduna, but the parent said no, we won’t prosecute the offender, we leave everything to God. This is a serious cause for concern.”
She said child abuses were on the increase because the violators were getting away with what they were doing.
According to her, the incidence of child abuse was also rampant among the elite in the society.
She commended the United Nation Children’s Fund for its interventions in protecting the right of children, urging communities to join the fight to win the battle.
Daudu also urged parents, teachers, community leaders, religious leaders, civil society organisations and NGOs, among others, to rise up to the challenge.
On domestication of the Child Rights Act, she said the problem was beyond domestication, adding that implementation of the Act is not encouraging.
The executive director said about 23 states had domesticated the law.
“Apart from Lagos, nothing is happening in other states because there are no serious efforts to implement the Act,” Daudu said.

Court jails wheelbarrow pusher for stealing 3 bags of bambara nuts

Mararaba (Nasarawa State) – A Mararaba Grade 1 Area Court on Wednesday sentenced a 23-year-old wheelbarrow pusher, Bashir Mohammed, to 12 months imprisonment for stealing three bags of bambara nuts worth N36, 000. The convict stood trial for criminal conspiracy and theft, punishable under Sections 97 and 288 of the Penal Code. The Judge, Mr Albert Maga, however, gave the convict a N5, 000 option of fine. Maga said he had no option than to sentence the convict accordingly since he had pleaded guilty to the charges. He also ordered the convict to pay the complainant N36, 000 for the bambara nuts. “The punishment would have been more severe if you had not pleaded guilty and you should also stay away from bad friends, because they will only cause you more harm than good,’’ he said. Earlier, the prosecutor, Cpl. Friday Adaji, told the court that one Ugwuja Jude of Aso Pada, Mararaba, reported the case at the ‘A’ Divisional Police Headquarters, Mararaba on May 29. Adaji said that on the same date, the complainant bought three bags of bambara nuts and asked the convict to convey them in his wheelbarrow to his shop located at Mararaba Junction. “However, while the complainant was making a call, the convict conspired with one Husseini, now at large and stole the three bags of bambara nuts valued at N36, 000. “He was caught when he tried to escape and the complainant raised an alarm,” he said.

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