9 Nov 2016

Governor Fayose reacts to Donald Trump's victory

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Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State has hailed the victory of the Republican Presidential candidate, Donald Trump in the US election, describing it as “the beginning of a real change in Nigeria because those who imposed the present APC government on Nigerians just lost out.”

The governor said; “Now that Trump has won, it portends hope for Nigerians that the excesses of the President Muhammadu Buhari led federal government will stop as the road has ended for those who conspired to impose Buhari on Nigerians.”

He said he believes that Trump will be able to tell President Buhari to respect rule of law and sit at home to solve the country's economic problems instead of junketing around the world.

Governor Fayose said; “Trump presidency symbolises different things to different people and nations. It symbolises God at work and a clear departure from the old order.

“It is also a turning point for Nigeria and Nigerians, particularly those controlling the federal government that must have to change their ways as their allies who imposed them on us just lost out.

“Most importantly, President Barack Obama got what he did to Dr Goodluck Jonathan. God bless President-Elect Donald John Trump!”

Photo of two Nigerian men arrested in New York for possession of forged credit cards

Two Nigerian-Americans were arrested in New York for possessing forged credit cards and a credit card encoder.

20-year-old Olisa Uzoegwu and Chidubem Adi, 19, were pulled over on Saturday morning, Nov. 5th, at about 3 a.m, after driving through a red light on Long Island, New York.
The police officers searched the car and discovered a bag of marijuana, a credit card encoder and forged credit cards.

Uzoegwu was subsequently charged with four counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument, criminal possession of a forgery device, false impersonation, and driving without a license, while Adi was charged with criminal possession of a forged instrument in the second degree, unauthorized possession of marijuana, and false impersonation.

Source: Sahara Reporters

TB Joshua deletes US election prophesy after Donald Trump won

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Prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations has deleted a Facebook page where he said he saw Hillary winning. 
According to the post made last week Sunday, the Prophet had said he saw a woman emerging the next US President, but it turned out to be a man early hours of this morning and the post has since disappeared from his page. But you know what? Internet never forgets. Find the old post below..

Yoruba and Eegun clash in Ajah and many properties destroyed ..photo

There is an ethnic clash between the Yorubas and Eegun currently going on in Ajah.

According to Rapid Respond Unit, no life was lost but a lot of shanties and structures have been destroyed. 
The Police force are currently at the scene of the crime trying stop the violence. A baby was left behind by her parents who were trying to flee from their burning house. 
The child was luckily rescued and has been united with the family.  
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Police rescue one month old baby from woman desperately seeking child ...photo

Police in Akwa Ibom State, yesterday, said it had recovered a one-month-old stolen baby girl from a 30-year-old woman, identified as Peace Chukwuemeka. The police added that it also rescued a four-year-old boy from a young man, who had snatched him from his mother at gunpoint.

The Commissioner of Police, Mr. Murtala Mani, who disclosed this to newsmen yesterday at the Police Headquarters, Ikot-Akpan Abia, said Peace Chukwuemeka was arrested by officers of its Family Unit following useful information.

Mani said Chukwuemeka lives in the same compound with the parents of the baby girl at Mbak Itam in Itu Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State. According to him, “rescuing the one-month-old baby and bringing her back to the mother is a great achievement. The suspect, who has been married for some years now without a baby, left Lagos State for Uyo.

“Intelligence reports reveal that she has been staying in the same compound with parents of the baby in Mbak Itam with the intention to steal the baby-girl by drugging the mother.

“Unfortunately for her, the Family Unit of the command, through intelligence reports, was able to rescue the baby and give her back to the mother.”

Peace Chukwuemeka, who confessed to the crime, denied drugging the mother before stealing the baby. She linked her action to desperation due to her inability to bear children after 10 years of marriage. She said: “I did not drug her mother; it was coincidental that she was asleep and I seized that opportunity to take away the baby. I have been married for 10 years now, so I was desperately in need of having a baby.”

Asked where she was arrested with the baby, she said: “I took the baby to my mother in the village, but she (my mother) refused to collect her from me.

“So I came back to Akwa Ibom and the owner of the baby started asking me of her baby. That was how I was arrested by the police.”

Suspected killers of 3 policemen in Benue State arrested ...photo

The Benue State Police Command has arrested the suspected killers of three officers in a bloody attack on a police station in Igumale, Ado local Government Area of the state on October 2nd.

The suspect include 24-year-old Gabriel Ocheme, also known as Embassy, (pictured) who allegedly led the attack and another member of the gang, Okwori Oko, 25. The gang also carted away many arms and ammunition. 
Police Commissioner, Bashir Makama, who briefed newsmen in Makurdi. while parading the suspects along four other criminals, said the police were on the trail of other members of the gang.
"We are trailing other members of the gang and also making concerted efforts to recover the arms the gang carted away from the Igumale Police Station. We discovered that the gang is made up of young men who are sometimes hired as mercenaries to prosecute inter-communal crisis in the state. They are also known for masterminding several highway robberies in the Benue south area of the state, including the attacks on police patrol and stop-and-search teams in the area." said Makama

Wow! Meet the only female teacher at a primary school in Roni, Jigawa ...photo

29-year-old Suwaiba Yunusa is the only female teacher at Janbulo Islamiyya Primary School in Roni, Jigawa State.

"There aren’t many female teachers in the state so we are fortunate to have even one." says Headmaster Shaaibu Hassan. 

Some of the male teachers said that as as the only female member of staff, Suwaiba is far more than just another teacher.

"When they know there is a female teacher in the school, parents are easily convinced to send their girls to school," says one teacher.

"When the girls see her coming sometimes they start chanting her name. I think it’s because they are so happy to see someone who is like them," says another.

Speaking to the Global Partnership for Education, Suwaiba said:  "In our culture, it is inappropriate for male teachers to help the older girls one on one; they are also limited in their ability to discipline the older girls. But a female teacher—like a mother—can discipline a child of any gender and any age. "

She is also on hand to deal with the expected challenges that come up around older girls and menstruation that her male colleagues only laughed nervously about. But Suwaiba recognizes that perhaps her most important function is as a role model.

"Growing up I had two women teachers. I remember thinking I wanted to be like them. Now I am. So I know how important it is when the girls come up to me and say, ‘When I grow up I want to be a teacher like you."

"Last year, I was so happy. There were two other female teachers assigned to this school. We would work together to do exercises with the children. We would meet between classes and talk about whatever problems we faced in the classroom. This year, because there are so few female teachers around, they were transferred to other schools. Now, honestly, I don’t enjoy coming to school anymore. I feel so lonely and isolated. The male teachers all sit together and talk in the shade. Culturally, there is no way I can sit and talk with them. And there is no staff room where I can go and sit. So between classes I just wander here and there by myself with no one to talk to. I am thinking about leaving. I told the headmaster that if they can’t bring in another female teacher soon, I want to transfer to another school"

Omg! Teenage girl sells her body online in order to save her cancer stricken mother ...photo

This 19-year-old girl in China identified as Cao Mengyuan, posted an advertisement online to sell ‘herself’ in return for money which she intends to use as her ill mother's medical treatment.

Cao posted the advertisement titled '(I am) selling myself' on WeChat, where she disclosed in a post that the treatment would cost around 350,000 Yuan (£41,000), but whoever offered the highest price would win the right to 'use her body at will'.

According to MailOnline, a 'generous boss' had responded to Cao’s advertisement and agreed to help her cover her mother's medical bills, however, what the man intends to do with Cao is still largely unknown.

Coa is quoted as to have disclosed through her post online, that her mother is 45 years old and had been a farmer all her life. She also said that her mother had been diagnosed with skin cancer recently and had been admitted into the Gaozhou People's Hospital for almost a week, adding that her mother's health was deteriorating and serious infection had started developing on her right thigh.

She also said that to treat her mother's illness, they would need about 350,000 Yuan (£41,604), which her family can not afford and her sick mother who does not have medical insurance for free access to treatment can not afford also.

Cao is quoted to have written at the end of her post online;
'Everything I said is true. I will sell myself to the highest bidder!'
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Man who drugs his victims with tea, biscuits before stealing their cars arrested by police ...photo

A notorious car thief who specialized in drugging his victims before stealing their vehicles within Abuja, Benue and Kogi States, has been arrested by operatives of the Inspector- General of Police Special Intelligence Response team.

Eight vehicles suspected to have been stolen from the suspect's victims have been recovered. The suspect is currently on detention at the Force Headquarters, Abuja...

According to Vanguard, The 49-year-old suspect while confessing to the crime, said;
“I am Garuba Ibrahim, 49. I am from Otukpo area of Benue State. I am married with four children. I deal on fairly used shoes and I buy my shoes from Jos, Plateau State but in the year 2013, I went into selling cars.  I used to go to Cotonou through Birini-Kebbi, but when my father died, I was asked to come home. When I got there, the elders told me that my father said I should stay at home before he died. Before that, there was an arraignment I had with my sister that if I should stay at home, they will pay me N100, 000 monthly. I stayed until 2015, the money stopped coming. Then, I was into farming of kola nut, maize and I harvested it. I made over N330, 000. I gave my family N50, 000, and I took the rest to Birini Kebbi where I went into car business. Gains from car business: 
As soon as I went into the business, I started making huge profits from it. I was into buying and selling of vehicles. Then one day, I took a vehicle from Makurdi to Gboko and offered the driver food. I bought Semovita and soup and drugged it without the driver’s knowledge. We then drove to the secretariat and he started eating. As soon as he tasted the food, he started feeling dizzy. I brought his floor mat and he slept on it. Before then, I asked him to give me his car key to scratch my ear which he willingly obliged. I then drove the car, a Golf 3 station wagon, down to Otukpo and gave it to a man they call Chiama. I sold it to him for N500, 000. Fourteen days later, I travelled to Abuja and took a cab to Sheraton hotel. When we got there, I paid him and asked that he should wait for me. 
I went to the swimming pool, sat down there and when I got out, I asked him to take me to another hotel. When we got there, I paid for a room and we went inside. Then we decided to get something to eat. After that, he bought bread and I bought some other items. When we went back to the hotel and we were about eating, I bought a packet of biscuit and cleverly drugged it. I also bought a bottle of beer and offered him one of the drugged slices of biscuit and he ate it. Thirty minutes later, he slept off. I took the key to the car, a Toyota Picnic and drove off. I took the car to Kano and sold it to one Abdulraman for N600, 000. I found two phones in the car and gave one to my mother in-law and a sister to my wife. The man who taught me the trick of drugging my victim is Ibrahim Dogo from Sokoto state.”

Photo of three men arraigned by EFCC over N6M fraud...

Justice Rabi T. Umar of the Bauchi State High Court will today, November 9, 2016, decide on the bail application of Nasiru Inuwa Illelah, Muhammad Adamu Gana and Adamu Yunus who were arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, for fraudulent conversation of the sum of N6,000,000 (Six Million Naira) only and issuance of a dud cheques.

Ordeal of the trio started on April 18, 2016, when a case of obtaining money by false pretence and issuance of dud cheques was reported to the Commission by one Alhaji Garba Maigana against the above accused who are the Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer respectively of the Hospital Management Board of the Amalgamated Union of Public Corporations, Civil Services Technical and Recreation Services Employees and its leadership.

The petitioner alleged that sometimes in January, 2016, the trio lured him by requesting for the supply of a truck of a 50kg Labane rice to the union in Bauchi State.

In his own part, the complainant reported that he delivered to them a trailer load of rice (600 bags) valued at N6, 000,000.00 under the false pretence that Local Government staff were to be the beneficiaries. He was also made to believe that payment would be effected through direct deduction and be affected in two monthly installments against January and February, 2016 salaries.

In soliciting his trust, he was issued with two post-dated Sterling Bank cheques numbers 13894740 of 5th February, 2016 and 13894740 of 5th March, 2016 which were separately lodged and returned dishonored for insufficiency of fund. All efforts to get them pay back the money yielded no fruits as they were eventually found out to have diverted the goods elsewhere for their personal benefit.

The investigation carried out by the Commission, a prima facie case was made against the defendants, that investigation linked the defendants with the offences with which they were charged.

Two topless women protesting against Donald Trump's victory arrested by police ...photo

Two topless female protesters were today taken into custody by police after dropping their tops at a voting poll upon hearing that Donald Trump has become president.
The ladies, who are Hilary supporters, removed their tops to show Anti-Trump statements written on their body and were arrested by police for public nudity and inciting 'public unrest'.

Photo credit: NY Daily News

Donald Trump wins the US election and becomes the next american President

Donald Trump has won the US election and is the next American President.  Hillary Clinton has called to congratulate him on the victory. Congrats to him! 

FG charges supreme court justice with money laundering and age falsification ...photo

The Federal Government, on Tuesday, preferred six counts, including money laundering against a Justice of the Supreme Court, Justice Sylvester Ngwuta, at the Federal High Court in Abuja.

He was accused of retaining in his residence N35,358,000; $319,596 and £25,915 during the raid on his house by the operatives of the Department of State Services between October 7 and 8.

The office of the Attorney General of the Federation, which filed the charges on Tuesday, described the sums of money “as proceeds of unlawful activity”.

A highly-competent source told The Punch on Tuesday that charges would also be preferred against some of the judges under probe before the end of the week.

The offences captured in counts one to three are said to be contrary to Section 15 (2) (d) of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act 2011 (as amended) and punishable under Section 15 (3) of the same Act.

Apart from the money laundering charges, Justice Ngwuta is also accused of being in possession of two valid Diplomatic Passports, an offence said to be contrary to Section 10 (1) (a) of the Immigration Act 2015.

The Justice of the apex court is equally accused of “knowingly” making a false statement to the Passport Office concerning his date of birth for the purpose of procuring an additional Diplomatic Passport for himself in violation of Section 10 (1)(c) of the Immigration Act.

He is accused of  submitting multiple application forms to one or more passport offices with the intention of obtaining multiple Diplomatic Passports for himself in violation of Section 10 (1) (d) of the Immigration Act 2015 and punishable under Section 10 (1) of the same Act.

The office of the Attorney General of the Federation filed the charges, numbered, FHC/ABJ/CR/232/2016, before the Federal High Court on Tuesday.

Justice Ngwuta was among the judges, whose houses were raided by the operatives of the DSS between October 7 and 8.

The DSS alleged that it discovered large sums of money in foreign and local currencies in the raided houses.

Our correspondent confirmed on Tuesday that charges had not been filed against others, whom the AGF had said there was a prima facie case against.

The charges against Ngwuta read, “Sylvester Nwali Ngwuta, adult, ‘M’, 65 years, of No. 2 Yellow Houses, Supreme Court Quarters, Off Shehu Shagari Way, Central District, Abuja, on or about the 8th day of October, 2016, within the jurisdiction of this honourable court, retained in your possession the sum of thirty-five million, three hundred and forty-eight thousand naira (NGN35,358,000.00), which sum forms part of the proceeds of an unlawful act and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 15 (2) (d) of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act 2011 (as amended).

“Sylvester Nwali Ngwuta, adult, ‘M’, 65 years of No. 2 Yellow Houses, Supreme Court Quarters, Off Shehu Shagari Way, Central District, Abuja, on or about the 8th day of October, 2016, within the jurisdiction of this honourable court, retained in your possession the sum of three hundred and nineteen thousand five hundred and ninety-six United States of America dollars ($319,596), which sum forms part of the proceeds of an unlawful act and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 15 (2) (d) of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act 2011 (as amended).

“Sylvester Nwali Ngwuta, adult, ‘M’, 65 years, of No. 2 Yellow Houses, Supreme Court Quarters, off Shehu Shagari Way, Central District, Abuja, on or about the 8th day of October, 2016, within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court, retained in your possession the sum of twenty-five thousand nine hundred and fifteen pounds sterling (GBP 25,915), which sum forms part of the proceeds of an unlawful act and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 15 (2)(d) of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act 2011 (as amended).

“Sylvester Nwali Ngwuta, adult, ‘M’, 65 years, of No. 2 Yellow Houses, Supreme Court Quarters, off Shehu Shagari Way, Central District, Abuja, FCT, on 8th October, 2016, at Abuja, within the jurisdiction of this honourable court, had in your possession two valid Diplomatic Passports and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 10 (1) (a) of the Immigration Act 2015.

“Sylvester Nwali Ngwuta, adult, ‘M’, 65 years, of No. 2 Yellow Houses Supreme Court Quarters, Off Shehu Shagari Way, Central District, Abuja, FCT, on 17 September, 2014, at Abuja, within the jurisdiction of this honourable court, you knowingly made a false statement to the Passport Office concerning your date of birth for the purpose of procuring an additional Diplomatic Passport for yourself and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 10(1)(c) of the Immigration Act.

“Sylvester Nwali Ngwuta, adult,male, 65 years, of No. 2 Yellow Houses, Supreme Court Quarters, Off Shehu Way, Central District, Abuja, FCT, on September 17, 2014, within the jurisdiction of this honourable court, you  submitted multiple application forms to one or more passport offices with the intention of obtaining multiple Diplomatic Passports for yourself and thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 10 (1) (d) of the Immigration Act 2015 and Punishable under Section 10 (1) of the same Act.”

Monthly environmental sanitation in Lagos has been nullified by appeal court

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The Appeal Court in Lagos has described as illegal the monthly environmental sanitation exercise held in the state. Delivering judgment in a suit filed by a resident of the state, Faith Okafor against the Lagos State Government (Respondent) over the weekend,  Justice Ugochukwu Ogakwu of the Court of Appeal said their was no law written in the state that validates the restrain put on members of the public not to leave their homes between 7am to 10am as instructed by the state government during any of the monthly sanitation exercise. The court ruled that the order given to residents of the state not to leave their homes within a stipulated time is unconstitutional, illegal and unlawful.
Faith had dragged the state government to court after she was arrested and charged before a special court for moving about during environmental sanitation on May 25th 2013.

The court in its ruling, restrained the Lagos State Government and its affiliates from further arresting the anyone whatsoever on the basis of a purported environmental sanitation offence or trying anyone in the Special Offences Court without conforming to the dictates of the Constitution.

Part of Justice Ogakwu reads
“I have arrived at the inexorable conclusion that the appeal is meritorious. The same succeeds and is allowed by me. The Ruling of the lower court in Suit No. M/548/2013: FAITH OKAFOR vs. LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT & ANOR. delivered on 1st July 2014 is hereby set aside. In its stead and for good order sake, judgment is hereby entered for the Appellant against the Respondents in the following terms:
It is hereby declared that the arrest and detention and transportation of the Appellant in the back of a vehicle which is of a metal cage with very little ventilation and light “Black Maria” by officials and/or agents of the 1st Respondent (KAI Brigade) on 25th May 2013 for a purported environmental sanitation offence violates the Appellant’s fundamental rights to respect for the dignity of her person, personal liberty and freedom of movement as provided under Sections 34, 35 and 41 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999, as amended, and is therefore illegal and unconstitutional.”

Four members of Awawa cult group paraded by police in Lagos state ...photo

Four members of a dreaded cult group named Awawa, in Kadiri area of Agege, Lagos, have been arrested by the Lagos State Police Command.
The state’s police spokesperson, Dolapo Badmos, while confirming the arrest of the suspects to Tribune, noted that the Dopemu command had been alerted through a distress call by the residents of the area, who disclosed to the operatives that cult members known as Awawa were terrorising them and passersby around the area.

“Today, at about 09:30, the command, through its operatives from Dopemu division received a distress call that some bad boys popularly known as ‘Awawa ‘ were on rampage in Kadiri area in Agege, wielding dangerous weapons. A patrol team was drafted to the area, where four male suspects Sherif, Ismail, Amusa and Abel were arrested with various degrees of injuries, all hiding in a building at No 29, Abeje Street. The Commissioner of Police has directed that the suspects be transferred to SARS, where they will be given medical care in custody while discreet investigation is been done to apprehend other suspects now at large, so as to be charged to court at the conclusion of investigation. The command will no longer tolerate any act of impunity and recklessness under any guise of cultism,” he added.
The suspected cult members numbering about over 15, who reportedly took advantage of the confusion created by their activities to rob unsuspecting residents and passersby of the area, were arrested with varying degrees of wounds from where they were hiding.

Tuface Idibia reveals his saddest moment was during the baby mama saga....

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In an interview with Sunnewsonline , Nigerian music legend Tuface Idibia has revealed the key factors to being a successful musician, the saddest and happiest moments of his career, Plantashun Boiz and future plans.
"My saddest moment was when they were writing things about me some years ago while I was celebrating the kids coming. Some people were using it against me, and saying some hurtful things to put me down. Another sad moment was when I lost my dad. All of a sudden I realised that this man who used to carry us on his shoulders and take us out for shopping and all that was going to die. Although, I tried all I could but I couldn’t help him, and he died. I cried like a baby,"
Just like he has had his sad moments, the 'African Queen' crooner and father of six has also had his happiest moments.
"There are so many first moments I could describe as my happiest. For me, it has been a string of firsts, and I am glad that I am a pioneer. Officially, I was the first artiste to be endorsed by a very big company and that was a very happy moment for me. I was the first to be declared by a big record label as the first artiste to sell above a million copies. I was the first to be on the popular Billboard charts.
I was also the first Nigerian artiste to have his music played on MTV Base Africa. In fact, the list is endless; and my kids are huge sources of inspiration for me, even though, when they were coming and I was rejoicing that I was going to be a dad, some people were complaining; thanks to their mums and my wife."
He identified humility, respect for people, talent and belief in oneself as key factors to being a successful musician.
"The number one factor to success is that you have to be ready mentally, physically, spiritually and every other ‘ally’. You have to be ready to face challenges.
Number two is respect. You must respect people because people are the backbones of your success and failure. Respect your fans and the people that contributed in one way or the other to your career, because there is no artiste that can come out and say he or she is an island. You must have some level of humility as well. It’s not necessary that you greet everybody you see on the road; but you have to know that since you have put yourself out there, you must be humble. And finally, you need to have talent; talent is key because it is the foundation on which you will build your career as a musician."
Speaking further, Tuface says his dream has always been to sing, and while growing up, he listened to the likes of Bob Marley and Fela Anikulapo-Kuti. However, in 1997, after he relocated to Lagos with Blackface and they founded the Plantashun Boiz, he made up his mind to make a career out of singing. Recalling how he has handled success over the years, Tuface said.
"You know, there is this thing about life. If you have been planning and aiming for something, you wouldn’t be so surprised when you eventually get to that place. Like when I started music as a career, there was an intention to go all the way but the speed, magnitude and stardom that came with success was overwhelming at one point. And that was because when we were planning this, we never knew it will get this big, so we just had to re-adjust to the new level on ground. So, for me, I will say that I worked towards it. So, when it started happening, I wasn’t so surprised."
Tuface has sold millions of records, won numerous awards and is indeed a music icon not just in Nigeria but also across the continent. Asked if he misses the Plantashun Boiz 12 years after the group broke up? he said:
"You know that once in a while you feel that way and nostalgia just overwhelms you and you are like ‘wow!’ It was really fun those days hanging out with Faze and Blackface, singing together, cracking jokes and living together in the hotel, and all the funny things we did. We have some plans to still do stuff, but right now, we haven’t fixed a particular date or anything concrete."
The Benue-born musician said he has no regrets.
"I am not somebody that likes to regret. I feel that whatever that happens has happened. The only thing I think of is how to blend and turn things positively. I don’t just sit down; fold my hands and start regretting. Instead, I re-adjust and move on."
Despite his success, Tuface says he is not yet fulfilled:
"I am somewhere now but not exactly the place and position I want to be. I still want to go far. I am still hungry to achieve other things as a business man and not just a musician"

Meet this 6 yr old boy worshipped by people believing he's a god ...photo

Pranshu, 6 yr old  from Jalandhar, Punjab of India, is being worshipped by villagers as the reincarnation of a Hindu god, after a medical condition left him with an enlarged forehead and narrow eyes.

Pranshu who was born with the medical defect makes it difficult to walk.The villagers believe him to be a divine child and a reincarnation of the god; Ganesha. However, the Ganesha god, depicted with an elephant's head on a human body, is alleged by the people to be the god of good fortune who provides prosperity and success.
Pranshu is not just worshipped by the people but also his teachers - who bow down their heads before him. The mystery boy is said to be met outside a temple near his village every Thursday by a crowed who come to worship or consult from him.
Pranshu has four siblings, including an elder brother, pictured, who has the same medical condition. However, the difference is that  his elder brother who is just like him, can work properly unlike him.
Pranshu comes from a poor family. His father who is a labourer, earns less than £4 per day and says the boy was taken to a local doctor a year after his birth but they were unable to offer a definitive diagnosis or offer any treatment to his condition.

A 26 yr old man caught having sex with neighbour's goat blames the act on rejection from women ...photo

Gabrielle Simiyu a motorcycle taxi operator from Kenya was almost lynched by an irate mob after he was caught having sex with a goat, it took the intervention of the police to save him. 
The horny 26yr old says he had sex with the animal because he was rejected by women and villagers claimed it wasn't the first time and he had previously coupled with a chicken and a cow. Luck ran out on Simiyu after the female goat's owner, Richard Wanyonyi, heard bleating and checked his shed in the village of Nangwe, Kenya.

Goat owner
He told local media:
"I thought my animals were strangling each other so I tiptoed to the cow shed and flashed my torch. "I was shocked when I found the man but he ran away very fast. "Since it was at night I did not see him very well so I took the shoes he left behind and began a search in the morning."
Mr Wanyonyi showed the shoes to other motorcycle taxi operators and they told him they belonged to Simiyu. Kenyan media said Simiyu admitted having sex with the animal and pleaded for forgiveness.
He said:
"I have a serious problem and need help. Every time I approach a girl she refuses and it really pains me. "I am appealing to well-wishers to take me to a doctor or a specialist so the problem I have can be identified." Police say he will be charged with bestiality.

Donald Trump may be the next President, he takes lead in most states...

Donald Trump and  Hillary Clinton are going to make history if either of them win the election. So far according to CNN, Donald Trump is winning with 245 electoral votes to Hillary's 209 votes. 
Each candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win the US presidency. Fox News says Trump is winning by 254 electoral votes but the fight is still not over. Photos below...