19 Oct 2016

Pastor producing fake Peak milk caught by NAFDAC..photo

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control has arrested a 56-year-old man, Christopher Nnabuihe, for selling faked Peak Milk.

The suspect, who lives at 42, Cameroun Road in Calabar, Cross River, confessed to the crime:
“You can only suspect it to be counterfeit through the taste because the packaging for the fake and the original is the same,”
A NAFDAC statement quoted Nnabuihe as confessing that he procured cheap powdered milk and branded it as Peak Milk, which is more expensive.

“I buy the already printed (Peak Milk) 440g packs from Ariaria Relieve Market in Aba, Abia State and bring it to Calabar for refilling. I seal them up with candle light.

“One 50 kilogram of the milk will fill 27 pieces and that is two cartons and three pieces. I sell one carton of the fake Peak Milk for N6,000 and make a profit of N1,000 per carton," he said.

The Cross River State Coordinator of NAFDAC, Dr. Isaac Kolawole, said the agency acted on a tip-off to arrest Nnabuihe.

“We have been receiving complaints of adulterated Peak milk from consumers, which made us to swing into action. The suspect was arrested when he was supplying the products to shops.

“Taking such an unwholesome and questionable product may result in some form of health problems as nobody can vouch for the content of the fake product and the good hygienic practice.”

The prosecution of Nnabuihe has commenced at a Magistrate’s Court in Calabar, while judgment has been fixed for November 28, 2016.

Watch video of Governor Ambode offer a jobless woman instant employment at a town hall meeting

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A woman during a town hall meeting had openly pleaded to the governor that she needed a job and the governor replied saying she will get one. The woman who wasn’t expecting it was so excited as others rejoiced with her. By the way, you need to watch this video; it gives you a closer look of Governor Ambode. Never knew our Governor was this handsome! Handsome and fresh!!!


Wow! President Buhari meets the 21 freed Chibok girls...photo

The President met with the 21 freed Chibok girls and their families at the State House, Abuja, today October 19th. 
See more photos below...

Update! Fayose tells FG, says EFCC probe will not distract him and Count him out of Obanikoro's alleged confession

Ayo Fayose has told the Federal Government to pay attention to hunger and suffering ravaging Nigeria and its people and leave him alone. He said
 “Fayose must be implicated at all cost’ project will definitely not put food on the tables of Nigerians and for all I care, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and its collaborators can keep running from pillar to post while I keep delivering good governance to Ekiti and its people.”

The governor, who dismissed the reported claim that former Minister of State for Defence, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro confessed to the EFCC that he received fund from the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) under Col Sambo Dasuki (rtd) to fund his election, said
“We have gone pass this stage of media trial, EFCC should rather keep its gun powder dry, when we get to the bridge, we will cross it. They said more than this in the 2006 poultry scam blackmail, despite that, I am the governor today.”
According to a statement signed by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, Governor Fayose said he was only reacting just to fulfil all righteousness because Nigerians were more interested in having food on their tables, adding that;
“those who arranged the dramatic and compromised return of Senator Obanikoro to Nigeria obviously did so in continuation of their project ‘Fayose must be implicated at all cost’ but I am not bothered because my election was legitimately funded. However, if this is why they are intimidating judges and the judiciary, it won’t work as far as my own matter is concerned as no one can play God. As far as I am concerned, I am busy here in Ekiti attending to the welfare and well-being of my people. I won’t be distracted.”
While challenging the EFCC to also beam its searchlights on the funding of APC elections, Governor Fayose said;
“Since we are now in the era in which financial assistance from Nigerians to fund elections is being criminalised, the international community, especially those funding EFCC must insist that the commission probes the funding of APC elections before further funds are released to the commission.”

Omg! Meet the babysitter who gets 16 months sentence for having sex with a teenage boy 70 times...photo

Deleah Poulton, a Welsh babysitter has been served a 16 months jail sentence for having sex with a 13 year old school boy 70 times. Deleah, who is only 19, was suppose to be taking care of  the boy, instead she fell in love with him not minding the age gap.

She often bought the 13 year old alcohol when his parents were out in other to lure him into penetrative and oral sex without using contraceptive, an act, which the complainant estimated to have taken place 70 times at their respective houses.

At the court hearing which took place at Mold Crown Court yesterday, Judge Niclas Parry having giving her a 16 months sentence, also ordered her to sign the sex offenders register for 10 years after admitting five charges of sexual activity, alongside a 10-year sexual harm prevention, which states that she is not to have any unsupervised contact with boys under the age of 16.

Baby factory discovered where children are sold between 100-150k in Rivers state ...photo

Operatives of the Anti-Cultism Unit of the Rivers State Police Command, on October 18, 2016, smashed a baby factory at Etche LGA, Rivers State, Nigeria where one Reginald Akagbuto and four pregnant teenage girls were arrested. The four pregnant suspects arrested at the baby factory are: Oluchi Okorie, Chidinma Joseph, Ngozi Ekere, and Miracle Michael.

When interviewed, they confessed to have agreed with the Proprietor of the illegal factory, Akagbuto, to sell the babies  for certain price depending on the sexes of the children. While the male child is for N150,000, the female is for N100,000.

They attributed their desire to sell the babies to lack of care and denial from their purported fathers.

Confirming the arrest of the suspects, the Rivers state Public Relations Officer, DSP Omoni Nnamdi said:
“the Commissioner of Police, CP. Francis M. Odesanya, once again wishes to reiterate his earlier stance to deal with all criminal elements in the state and urges the people to have confidence in his ability to reduce crime. He however, solicits for useful information from the public as crime fighting is not a one-man business.”

Wow! Check out the brand new 2017 Lexus SUV Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh received from her hubby...photo

The actress and mum of one shared the photos of the car above on social media,  and wrote
"I am indeed speechless by your love for me..Everyday I applaud myself for marrying such an awesome husband as you....Thank u my dearest husband for gifting me such a wonderful gift as dis cutie(Lexus LX 570 2017).
May God bless and enrich u dearly for me,You SHALL KNOW NOT LACK. Your Love has made me a better woman and I am grateful to God for letting our paths cross..I LOVE YOU SO MUCH #PAPAKING#MYKINGKONG #LOVERS #GIFT#PRAYINGWIFE #SANTA CAME EARLY@lexususa".

Omg! See what they did to this armed robber in Benin...photo

This suspected armed robber was caught in Benin, Edo State, he was stripped, beaten and tied to a stick before he was handed over to the police. Another photo below...

Photo of little girl brutalized by her father and stepmother over bed wetting rescued by police

Police in Yenagoa, Bayelsa state have rescued a little girl who was badly brutalized by her father and step mother, for bed-wetting. According to twitter user, @MissTekenah: "I've heard cases of Child Abuse. 
But seeing a victim today brought tears to my eyes. I can't get over it. It shouldn't hurt to be a child For always urinating in bed, this is what her father n step mother did to her. There's no excuse for child abuse." Continue to see more photos of the little girl after she was rescued...

True story! Nigerian girl incacerated and exploited as a domestic slave by a wealthy family in the UK

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26-year-old Cynthia is one of the thousands of modern slavery victims whose suffering has been highlighted in a report published by the University of Hull and YouGov on Tuesday, October 18th, about the lack of awareness of the scale or nature of modern slavery in the UK.

In December 2013, a year after she escaped, Cynthia, then 23, reported the abuse and exploitation to the police. Her case is currently in its final stages. And three years later, precisely last week, she won her asylum case and is now working for a charity alongside her Accountancy studies. 

However, walking away from slavery was terrifying for Cynthia. Enslaved at the age of 13 after being tricked into leaving her home and school in Nigeria for a better life, she had spent a decade incarcerated and exploited as a domestic servant at the hands of a wealthy family in Essex.
"I knew I had to leave," says Cynthia. "But I was very afraid. I didn’t know where I was going or where my future lay. My head was all over the place."
During those 10 years at the mercy of a rich, well-connected and seemingly highly respected family from Nigeria, not a soul batted an eyelid at the young girl in their community who would take other pupils to school, then pick them up, but at no point attend classes herself. In most respects, she was invisible to the outside world.

The study finds that just eight per cent of the UK population understands the true extent of slavery in this country, while more than 55 per cent admit to not being aware of the most common sign. This lack of awareness about modern slavery among the British public is highlighted in Cynthia’s story. 

As a young teenager she would walk the family’s children to school each day and then return home again, without neighbours voicing any concern. When she was 15 she started attending evening classes at the local school, but none of the teachers questioned why a teenager was studying in the evening and not during the school day.
"People didn’t care," Cynthia recalls. "It’s one of the things that really bothers me. I was only 13 years old, but nobody took issue with the fact that I shouldn’t be doing these things. I didn’t speak about it because I was told not to talk, but it’s sad that it took 10 years for anyone to say something."
A report published by Kevin Hyland OBE, the UK’s Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, recently revealed “chronic weaknesses in modern slavery crime reporting,” pointing to a lack of intelligence reporting and evidence-based action, leading to victims such as Cynthia being failed by the system. In response to Cynthia’s story, Mr Hyland said: 
"There are many girls and women being brought over and working in the shadows. Cynthia was taking the children to school at the age of 13, and people didn’t take notice. She was clearly a child being treated differently from the other children, but no one spoke out or took action. It’s a problem with the law as well. It needs to be dealt with like any other crime of abuse."
Before she moved to the UK, Cynthia was attending school in the village where she grew up in Lagos State, Nigeria. Although she was in school her family was poor, and when the offer came up through a distant family friend for her to move in with a rich Nigerian family in Britain, her parents didn’t want to turn down the opportunity for her to escape poverty and gain access to a better education. But on arriving in the UK Cynthia quickly discovered the reality was very different. 
"The day after I moved here the man of the house threatened me," Cynthia says. "He said I had to wake up at 5am every morning to clean the house. I wasn't allowed to go to school. I had been told I would take the kids to school and then go to my school for the day. But they said after I did the school run I wasn’t allowed to leave the house – just do the chores. That blew my mind."
Cynthia became one of the 13,000 victims of modern slavery suffering in silence in the UK. She realised she had left behind a much happier life in her home country, but she found herself trapped and was unable to break out. She says:
"In Nigeria I had friends and I would play. But when I came here I had to become an adult even though I was a child. I had to take on loads of responsibility. It was a lot to cope with and I had no privacy at all. My bedroom door was always kept open so they could call me at any time. Sometimes at 1am I’d have to get up and work."
As time went on her treatment became worse. Several weeks after her arrival Cynthia wrote a letter addressed to her parents, telling the reality of what was happening, but kept it in a closed notebook. 
"The woman somehow found it," she says. "That’s when I realised I was really afraid of them and I couldn’t do anything. I had to beg her for forgiveness. She wouldn’t talk to me. I became like an enemy in the house. I couldn’t talk to people. I didn’t have anyone to talk to. I tried to tell my family in Nigeria but they didn’t believe what I was saying. The woman told them things that weren't true – that I wasn't behaving."
While struggling with her deep loneliness, Cynthia pined to go to school again. After a year of living in the UK she got another chance at education.
"The family realised I was constantly crying about not going to school," she remembers. "I would have swollen eyes at the end of every day from crying about it. The woman spoke to a friend who worked in a college and I was enrolled onto evening classes." But succeeding in her studies while completing her daily domestic work was no easy feat. "Before going to classes I had to finish all the housework, The woman would inspect it before I went. Sometimes I would be late for school, other times I couldn't go at all. But I couldn’t talk to anyone there about what was happening. I had to pretend everything was okay."
Despite missing a year of classes and studying only in the evenings, Cynthia passed her GCSEs just a year late. After that she was hungry to continue her education.
"I wanted to do a Business qualification, but it was full-time," she says. "The woman said I had to look after the kids, so I couldn’t do it. I had to do evening classes again. Accounting was the only evening class available, so I took that. I had to put so much effort in. I was determined. I had to do the housework too. I had to make sure everywhere was clean before I went to the library or anything."
Despite missing a year of classes and studying only in the evenings, Cynthia passed her GCSEs just a year late. After that she was hungry to continue her education.
"I wanted to do a Business qualification, but it was full-time," she says. "The woman said I had to look after the kids, so I couldn’t do it. I had to do evening classes again. Accounting was the only evening class available, so I took that. I had to put so much effort in. I was determined. I had to do the housework too. I had to make sure everywhere was clean before I went to the library or anything."
At around the same time as she began her college studies, Cynthia met someone who made escaping seem possible.
"I met a woman in town. She was Nigerian but not within the right-knit Nigerian community," she says. "I was sitting in a bench and she came over with her kids and started talking to me. She could see that I was worried. We got talking and she gave me her number. I called her a few weeks later. Gradually I was able to open up to her. She said the best way was to move out of the house. From there I was able to make that choice. I knew it was the right time for me to move."
By talking with someone about her situation, Cynthia eventually grew the confidence to tell the family she was leaving.
"I was very afraid of the future. I didn’t know where I was going," she says. "I made up my mind that I wanted to go, but it was really scary. I had been in there for 10 years."
Cynthia found a room to rent with the help of the woman who encouraged her to leave. The family reluctantly agreed she could leave, but kept her passport. She did not initially report them to the police. She thought she could swiftly move on from what had happened, but soon found the experience was causing her distress, heightened by financial pressures. She recalls: "It was a stressful time, and I found it hard to pay the rent. I would clean for people, I would iron clothes. But I was drained emotionally and physically.  
"I couldn’t sleep for the fear of what was going to happen to me. Then I started hearing voices in my head at night, shouting orders at me. I got to the point where I was sleeping for one hour a night. I thought if everything got that difficult I would pack my bag and go back to my country, but I couldn’t even do that. They still had my passport and I had no visa, nothing. That’s when I decided I had to tell the police what they had done to me."
Cynthia reported the abuse to the police in December 2013, a year after she escaped, and her case is currently in its final stages. Just 28 per cent of modern slavery crimes in the UK that get recorded; despite there being 3,146 potential victims identified by the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) in England and Wales last year, only 884 crimes were recorded by police forces.

Three years after escaping from the labour exploitation she was subjected to, Cynthia has just won her asylum case last week and is now working for a charity alongside her Accountancy studies, with plans to work as an account in the future. But her relief and hope for the future are infused with a sense of frustration and sadness in knowing that that there are thousands of other victims in the country who are still suffering in silence. “A lot of people in the UK don’t even know what child trafficking is," she says.
“It saddens me that even though I’ve come out of it there are still thousands of people out there in the position I was in. The victims are kept inside the house. They’re crying but people aren't listening out for their voice."

Photo of man caught allegedly raping a minor in Rigasa, Kaduna state

The local vigilantes caught this young man while he was allegedly raping a minor last night at Makarfi Road, Rigasa, Kaduna State. No word on whether he has been turned into the authorities.

Photo Credit: Twitter/‏@MusadiqZ

Christ Embassy Church secrets exposed...pls share this post to get to Benny Hinn Ministry!!!

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We have recently been getting words from Christ Embassy Ministry in Nigeria especially to expose this brainwashed ministry. We also received information that they plan to host Pastor Benny Hinn in their church and feel he should be aware that this ministry is not one he should be visiting. Below is the revelation of evil acts going on in this brainwashed ministry.

Dear Pastor Benny,
We urge you to cancel this meeting with Christ Embassy with immediate effect. Pastor Chris, his family and all his senior pastors are not running the ministry in a biblical way. Especially his pastors and his family in particular. They are causing so much chaos in the church. They make the lives of other pastors and members miserable if they believe they are not following the rules of the ministry that they themselves followed.

These rules that were laid down are archaic and have not changed with time and most certainly they are not biblical. the senior Pastors of the ministry and the family of Pastor Chris see the ministry as their bread and butter, meaning that they now see it as their money making machine. They would do anything to keep it so and continue living the lavish, five star and expensive lifestyle that they enjoy living.

As mentioned earlier, if a committed member, partner or pastor is not acting according to their brainwashed ways, they send other members to spread bad rumours about them. When this is done, other members would then stop speaking to the member to ostracize them. Then they send someone to provoke that person to anger to get a reaction. This therefore detaches the innocent member from others and inevitably leads to the exit from the church and ministry.

Pastor Chris himself has bitterly expelled Pastors and members from his ministry. Not only did he expel them, he made sure that their life was miserable afterwards as well. This is sad for a ministry to do to innocent people. It is extremely heinous - they tell members not to mix with other people or to go to other churches. Then they ensure that this happens by trailing these members everywhere and if they are seen in other churches, with other Christians or even their family members, its a big problem for them. The rules above then applies to these members, no matter how long they have been in or served in the ministry. The people that head and carry out this insane heinous scrutiny on the members are the senior pastors, and family of Pastor Chris.

Their ways are extremely diabolical, this type of behavior from these ministers surrounding Pastor Chris and from his family has most certainly affected Pastor Chris himself. It can be said that this is what led this promising minister of God into the marital situation he is in presently. It has also encouraged his adulterous and fornication lifestyle. his family and senior pastors will go any length to cover up for him  even if another life is taken in the process, they don't care.

As mentioned recently by his ministry in Nigeria, Pastor Chris is not the most influenced, most respected or one of the richest pastors in his country. If anything, a lot of people from our county do not relate to his ministry or his teachings. We will mention a few of his pastors who per take in his evil acts below...

Rev. Tom Amekhenan
Evangelist Eddy Owase
Pastor Mary Owase
Pastor Ambrose Issesele
Pastor Dupe Issesele
Pastor Ken Oyakhilome
Pastor Ose Oyakhilome
Pastor Raymond Okocha
Pastor Linda Okocha
Pastor Mercy Oyakhilome
Evangelist Kathy Woghiren
Pastor Emma Aikhomokhan and wife
Pastor T T edun
Pastor Ewaen Edun
Pastor Joy Amekhenan
Pastors Kayode Adeshina

And many more and some of the female pastors are Pastor Chris's concubines which some of the senior pastors are aware of. 
We encourage you Pastor Benny, to protect your image by not allowing Pastor Chris host you in this devilish environment. It's obvious nothing good will come out of this but they carry on destroying many innocent souls. 

Wow! Read the beautiful message Ooni of Ife's wife, Olori Wuraola wrote to him on his birthday...

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Wife of the Ooni of Ife, Olori Wuraola, took to her official Instagram page this morning to celebrate her husband Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, who tuned a year older on October 17th. Sharing a portrait of herself and the king, she wrote:
"Happy birthday to my King! May Our creator continue to bless you with wisdom, happiness, success, and love. You are the sugar in my tea! #OloriWuraola #OoniofIfe"

Wow! Rich Nigerian dropout, Alexander Amosu, bags Honorary PhD in Entrepreneurship...photo

Nigerian luxury designer, Alexander Amosu, who left university half way to pursue his business, has bagged a PhD in entrepreneurship. Focus is VERY important in life. His words:
"I left university half way through my final year to focus on my business. No degree. Funny how life is, when they call you back to award you Doctorate in Entrepreneurship. Dr Alexander Amosu. Education is key, but life skills are also important."

Tragic! Two Nigerians killed in South Africa

The Nigeria Union in Pretoria has confirmed that two Nigerians residing in South Africa have been killed this month. Secretary of the union, Adetola Olubajo, told newsmen in Pretoria on Tuesday that the first victim, one Adeniyi Olumoko, a petty trader, was stabbed to death on October7. 

He said that 37yrs old Olumoko, an indigene of Ogun State, was killed at Marabastard in Pretoria by a South African, who forcefully took the Nigerian man's goods without paying.

He cited witnesses as saying that Olumoko was left bleeding for up to five hours because para-medics could not show up to attend to him. The secretary, Adetola Olubajo, said that the killing had been reported to the Central Police Station in Pretoria and Nigerian Mission in South Africa. 

Adetola said that another Nigerian, Christian Onwukaike, was shot dead by assailants at Empangeni in the North Coast area of Kwazulu Natal on October16. 

He said that reports from the union`s chapter in the province, indicated that the assailants shot the victim from a moving car. Adetola explained that Onwukaike, a native of Awgbu in Orumba area of Anambra, drove himself to the hospital after the shooting and eventually collapsed and died. 

“Nigeria Union is calling on the Nigerian Mission to demand results of investigations of all murder cases involving Nigerian victims from the South African authority, he pleaded.

Adetola said that the union was not happy that all murder cases involving Nigerians in South Africa were never resolved. “We recommend that the consulate officials visit the area immediately in company of some members of the national and provincial executives of the Nigeria Union to speak with the police and the Nigerian community,” he said. 

The report of the incidents had been received at the consulate.

Wow! Meet this female graduate who's into Painting and Tiling...photo

This hardworking lady, Nwabueze Eucharia, does painting, tiling, interior decorator for a living, it is even more interesting to note that she's a graduate of UNIZIK. Another photo of her on duty...

Lobatan! Obanikoro confesses 'I Gave Fayose $5.377Million Cash'

Barely 24 hours after his detention, former Minister of State for Defence, Musiliu Obanikoro has implicated Governor Ayodele Fayose in the N4.745billion wired to a firm that is linked to him by the Office of the National Security Adviser under Sambo Dasuki.

The said cash was wired into the company, Sylva Mcnamara within seven months in 2014.

Obanikoro opened up that N2.23billion was transferred to Fayose out of the money...
He said out of the sum, he handed over $5,377,000 to Fayose in cash, N1.3billion was received by the governor’s associate, Mr. Abiodun Agbele.

He admitted that the N1.3billion was flown to Akure airport in two chartered flights for delivery to Agbele for Fayose.

The money was sourced from $2.1bn meant for arms from the Office of National Security Adviser.

Obanikoro, who opened up to EFCC detectives however said he is not the owner of Sylva Mcnamara that was used to transfer the funds to Fayose.

But he defended why the money was remitted to Mcnamara including the warding off of a plot by Boko Haram to attack Lagos.

Accompanied by his lawyer, Mr. James Onoja (SAN), the ex-Minister was confronted with a petition from ONSA which was dated November 28, 2015.

The petition was titled “Payment to companies with no contract awards or approval.”

He said having gone through the petition, he discovered that Sylva Mcnamara was No.78 on the list of firms being investigated having “collected the aggregate sum of N4,685,000,000 between April 4, 2014 and November 13, 2014.

A source quoted Obanikoro as saying that “the sum of N2.2bn was transferred to Sylva Mcnamara for onward transfer to Mr. Ayodele Fayose on the instruction of the NSA.

“The sum of N1.3billion cash was brought in a bullion van by Diamond Bank on the instruction of the NSA.

“In addition, the sum of N60million was converted to dollars at the rate of N168 per dollar and altogether the sum of $5,377,000 was handed over in cash by me to Mr. Fayose while the N1.3billion was received by Mr. Fayose’s associate, Mr. Abiodun Agbele in the presence of my Aide-de-Camp (ADC), Lt. Adewale who also accompanied them to the bank along with the bank officials.

“I didn’t interact with the bank officials. I called Fayose before the funds were handed over to Mr. Abiodun Agbele. I spoke to Fayose with my phone at Akure airport.”

On how the cash was transferred to Fayose, the source said Obanikoro told investigators that “two flights were used to convey the money from Lagos.

The ex-Minister said he “ took off with the first flight with part of the money while the second flight brought the remaining funds to Akure local airport and I directed that it should be handed over to the same person.”

The source told The Nation that Obanikoro however claimed that part of the cash was used to ward off Boko Haram aggression in Lagos and in the South-West in general.

The source added: “He told us that he is “ not the owner of the company in question but introduced the owner, Mr. Kareem Taiwo to the NSA, Mr. Sambo Dasuki when the threat of Boko Haram became more visible in Lagos.

“He said the government wanted to “incorporate local input into the intelligence gathering and prevention of terrorist attack on Lagos and the South-West in general.”

The EFCC had discovered that Sylvan Mcnamara Limited, allegedly owned by Obanikoro and his sons, was used to launder the N4.745billion.

The company, which was incorporated in November 2011 had the following as its directors: a close aide of the ex-Minister, Ikenna Ezekwe(700,000 shares) of 51 Simpson Street, Ebute-Metta; Idowu Oshodi(299,000 shares) of 8, Prince Tayo Adesanya Street, Park View Estate, Ikoyi; and Elizabeth Adebiyi(1,000 shares) of 3, Adedoyin Street, Ijeshatedo, Surulere.

But Ikenna Ezekwe has had his accounts de-frozen by EFCC since the funds were not traced to him.

A document said: “To set the stage for the use of the company for money laundering, the board of directors on May 7, 2012 passed a resolution that the company should open an account and appointed Mr. Gbolahan Obanikoro, Ikenna Ezekwe, Ms. Theresa Matuluko (Secretary) and Mr. Babajide Obanikoro as the signatories to the account.

“The board added that the signing combination be that any of the signatories can sign alone.”

According to EFCC, when it was time to illegally draw the N4.745billion from ONSA as war chest for Ekiti Governorship poll, ex-Minister Obanikoro made the account of Sylvan Mcnamara Limited available and coordinated the disbursement.

The breakdown of the disbursement was as follows: 
N N759, 384, 300 changed into dollars through Bureau De Change firms; N160million used to purchase cars through Balmoral International Limited; N1, 219, 490,000 ferried by Obanikoro in two flights to a branch of Zenith Bank at Plot 13, Alagbaka Estate, Akure to evacuate the cash and received by Fayose’s associate, Abiodun; balance of about N2billion withdrawn by Obanikoro and his two children in cash.

Shocking! Read heartbreaking letter 14 yr old Nigerian girl wrote about s3xual abuse by Employer before leaving the house

The police in Lagos State have arrested a man, identified only as Nathaniel, for allegedly drugging and raping his 14-year-old housemaid in the Ikotun area of the state.

Punch Metro learnt that Nathaniel, who stayed on Ajisegiri Street, in the Egbe area, was arrested by the Ikotun Police Division on Sunday.

It was gathered that the suspect allegedly lured his housemaid, Chinwe (pseudonym), with a cup of juice penultimate Monday, which contained a sedative.

The two persons were reportedly alone in the apartment on the day.

The victim, who is an orphan, was brought from a village in the south eastern part of Nigeria to work in Nathaniel’s house.

It was said that when she woke up, she found that she was naked.

She also reportedly found semen in her private parts.

Punch gathered that after the incident, Chinwe fled the house, dropping a letter for the suspect’s wife to intimate her on the sexual abuse she (Chinwe) had allegedly suffered.

It was learnt that the teenager also confided in a neighbour, who is a pastor in the area.

The pastor was said to have informed a child rights’ organisation, which in turn reported at a police station.

In the letter obtained by Punch Metro, Chinwe wrote that she did not want to return to the house as she was fed up with sexual abuses allegedly by Nathaniel.

She said, “Dear aunty, I want to go. I am suffering here. Look at what your husband has been doing to me. The last time that he did it, he gave me a drink and I did not know that he purposely gave me that drink so that I could fall asleep.

“It was when I woke up that I now found myself naked. I now saw white thing on my laps. This is what he was doing to me the other time that I told you that I wanted to go. I do not want to cause trouble for you. Please, call my brother to come and take me away. I want to go and I do not want to stay here again.”

A source with the Child Protection Network, where the pastor reported the case, said, “The man is over 40 years old. He employed the victim as a domestic help.

“He had been sexually abusing the 14-year-old victim. On that Monday, he drugged her juice. That day was a public holiday. When she slept off, he raped her.

“She ran away from the house, because she did not want trouble for the man’s wife. Nathaniel has been arrested by the police. The Family Support Unit of the police is handling the matter.”

The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Dolapo Badmos, confirmed Nathaniel’s arrest.

She said, “The state Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, has directed that the case be charged to court.”

Indonesia authorizes Chemical Castration for Paedophiles

Indonesia could "wipe out" paedophilia with its new policy of chemical castration, President Joko Widodo has told the BBC.

He said Indonesia respected human rights but there would be "no compromise" when it came to punishing such sexual crimes.

Indonesia passed controversial laws earlier this month authorising chemical castration for paedophiles.

The laws were however subject to fierce debate in parliament.

The Indonesian Doctors Association says its members should not be involved as the procedure would violate medical ethics.

Chemical castration is the use of drugs to reduce sex drive and libido, without sterilisation or removing organs.

President Widodo said "our constitution respects human rights, but when it comes to sexual crimes there is no compromise".

"We are strong and we will be very firm. We will hand out the maximum penalty for sexual crimes."
He added: "In my opinion… chemical castration, if we enforce it consistently, will reduce sex crimes and wipe them out over time."

Tragic! Late Ogoni activist Ken Saro-Wiwa's son, Ken Wiwa dies aged 48 ....photo

Ken Wiwa, also known as Ken Saro-Wiwa, Jr, the first son of late Nigerian writer, and environmental activist, has died. The 48 year old was a prolific journalist, author and served as an aide to former president Obasanjo, former president Yar'Adua and former President Jonathan as his Senior Special Assistant on Civil Society and International Media. According to Sahara Reporters, Mr Wiwa died today. He was aged 48. May his soul rest in peace, amen.

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Photo of suspects paid N500,000 to kill woman's husband in Lagos

A plumber identified as Bright Ikechukwu has narrated how a 41-year-old woman named Mrs. Chika Orji contracted him and two others to allegedly kill her estranged husband. 

According to The Nation, Ikechukwu who came to Lagos from Delta state for the job, said they were offered drinks and Kola nuts and promised N500,000 to kill the man. 

The suspect who was arrested while trying to steal from the apartment, said himself and two of his colleagues had gone to the man’s house at Jakande Estate, Ajah, on four occasions but didn’t succeed in stabbing him as they planned to do.

 “I live in Ogwushi -Ukwu, Delta state. My friend, Ekene, called me on the phone to inform me that he has a job for me. This was three weeks ago. I hurriedly came to Lagos and stayed with him in Ajah, I met another of his friend, Samuel. He told us that Madam Chika promised him N500,000 to kill her husband. 
Thereafter, he told Samuel to take me to Mr Orji’s house, so as to be able to identify the target. We went there and hid inside a tricycle, waiting for Mr. orji, whom we were told always opened his gate himself whenever he returned home. But on that day, it was his daughter that opened the gate. We went back the next day, it was his daughter that opened the gate again. 
By the time we went the third day, it was Mr. Orji that opened the gate himself. The plan was to rush to him and stab him eight times in the chest, rib and neck. But Samuel, who was supposed to stab him went to buy cigarette and by the time he came back, our target had gone inside and shut the gate. Out of frustration, I went back home and told Ekene to give me my own share of the money that I was going home. But he said that madam Chika would only pay after the deed was done. 
I decided to go into Mr. Orji’s apartment to steal instead, in order to get some money to go back to Delta state. But as I was trying to jump through the fence, somebody raised alarm and I was arrested by vigilantes. I was tied with a wire and beaten without mercy. I had to open up when they almost killed me.”
Meanwhile the accused woman has denied the allegation, claiming she only asked them to beat him up for denying her access to their children and selling their property without giving her share of the money.
She said: “We got married 14 years ago and have three daughters and a son. All of a sudden, my husband suddenly became a wife beater. He would beat me and leave me with swollen face. He threatened to kill me. It continued until three years ago, when he finally chased me out of the house and denied me access to my children. I made several efforts to get my children back, part of which was to report him to human rights offices for settlement but he did not honour any of the invitations. Both families have made attempts to settle us but he would not listen. 
He was served with a court warrant over the issue but he also refused to show up. Along the line, he sold the house we both built, for N85 million but never gave me any dime. He also stopped my children from visiting me and any attempt to see them always resulted in beating. Out of frustration, I told Ekene, our carpenter, to beat him up, so as to teach him a lesson. I did not hire anyone to kill him. I am a frustrated woman and I am sorry for everything.”‎she said.