3 Feb 2017

See 24-year-old Indonesian woman who looks and behaves like a toddler

Sari Rezita Ariyanti looks like a three-year-old girl, but she is actually 24-years-old.

Born in 1993, the second of five children, Sari who weighs 20kg and is 87cm tall, speaks, acts and is as helpless as a child. She also cannot walk and has to be pushed around in a wheel chair. 

Sari struggles to speak and only makes sounds which her mother alone can understand. She is totally dependent and lives with her mother, Suryani H Suud and sister Lela in Didie Jaya District, Indonesia.

In spite of her appearance, Sari menstruates every month like every grown woman and as with all else, she has to be assisted by her mother who helps her maintain hygiene during this period.
"I feel very sad. I see my first and third children and they are healthy but Sari is different," Suryani lamented. 
''I was deeply shocked but thanks to God, Sari has siblings who love and take care of her. People would stare at us and others would ask 'why can't she walk and why is she so short?' 
"When Sari was a baby, I used to take her to the market, and someone asked why does my first child and Sari look so different. I was sad, so I couldn't answer it." She continued.
Sari was born a beautiful baby and no one suspected she had a health problem until she was two-years-old and still could not talk or walk. Sari was finally diagnosed at 13 by the medical team at Ibnu Sina Hospital in Sigli City with a hormonal growth disorder and think the most likely diagnosis is Turner Syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects one in 2,000 to 2,500 babies - and only occurs in girls.

If treated early the condition can be managed but not cured, but Sari's family did not have money to seek help early for her.

Doctor Suriadi Umar, Sp. A at Ibnu Sina Hospital, revealed that Sari's delayed diagnosis could have also contributed to further developmental delays.
"Because of Sari's hormonal abnormalities, it is possible it affected the motor gland and can make her slower," Dr. Umar said. 
"Because we didn't see Sari until she was a teenager, the muscles didn't respond quickly. If we had seen her at the age of six months we could have immediately consulted the parents on Sari's condition. 
"God willing, now we know the core disease, we will see sari slowly move through treatment and physiotherapy."
Sari now undergoes physiotherapy once a week and her mother nurses the hopes that her daughter will be able to work and lead a full life.

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Female fuel attendant in Kwara State found and returned lost N108,000 belonging to customer

A female staff of Total Nigeria has been praised for her rare display of integrity. Adeyeye Omolara (pictured in Red) returned the sum of N108,000 that a customer lost at a branch of the station. Below is the announcement made on Facebook by Total Nigeria:

"We all know that it is widespread in Nigeria that Service Station attendants are fraudulent and in fact, they have been subtly termed as "crooks". Well, I am proud to announce to you that Total Nigeria is not in that category!
It was yesterday 1st February 2017; a report came in that a customer returned to the Total service station Yakuba road Illorin Kware state, complaining that he had lost an envelope containing money. The customer did not go beyond the pump Island hence the search started and ended there but to no avail.
Later that day, an envelope was found containing N108,000 between the sand bucket and the fuel pump. The station immediately reported the issue on air through a radio station to contact the man as he had his name on the envelope with other documents. The man later came back to the station in tears, full of appreciation and gratitude and yes the cash was handed over to him.
It was so touching to know that the N108,000 was meant for the school fees/purchase of forms for three of another man's children and was given to him to execute. Thanks to our Heroic attendant, the money remained intact.
The Integrity and Gospel of good business ethics trickles down to the smallest bits of Total Nigeria Plc’s business operations. We are really proud of the discipline exhibited by our station staff Adeyeye Omolara (The Lady in Red) - she is our hero"

Watch Esabod's surprise visit to Banke & Akeem Adetoro of Royal Textile in Liverpool

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Watch Esabod's visit to the Adetoros' at Royal Textile and exclusive interview with them. 

Alleged thief beaten up after trying to steal cash and iPhone in Delta State

A man tried to steal the sum of N10k and iPhone from an early morning traveller at a park in Delta State on Wednesday, February 1st. The attempt proved unsuccessful as he was caught and beaten up by angry mob. Another photo after the cut.

Alleged thief beaten up after trying to steal cash and iPhone in Delta State

A man tried to steal the sum of N10k and iPhone from an early morning traveller at a park in Delta State on Wednesday, February 1st. The attempt proved unsuccessful as he was caught and beaten up by angry mob. Another photo after the cut.

Angelina Jolie Slams Donald Trump's Travel Ban

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Angelina Jolie has slammed President Trump's immigration ban which suspends the admission of refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries.

The actress, who is known for her humanitarian work, especially her efforts to aid Syrian refugees, penned the scathing op-ed for the New York Times.

In the piece, she urged that policy decisions should be based on "facts, not fear," and invoked former President Ronald Reagan in her opposition to the ban.

"The global refugee crisis and the threat from terrorism make it entirely justifiable that we consider how best to secure our borders," she wrote.

"Every government must balance the needs of its citizens with its international responsibilities. But our response must be measured and should be based on facts, not fear."

"It is simply not true that our borders are overrun or that refugees are admitted to the United States without close scrutiny,"

 "If we create a tier of second-class refugees, implying Muslims are less worthy of protection, we fuel extremism abroad, and at home we undermine the ideal of diversity cherished by Democrats and Republicans alike:

'America is committed to the world because so much of the world is inside America,' in the words of Ronald Reagan."

The actress is a special envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

Trump signed the controversial executive order on Friday, and Hollywood at large has been vocal in its criticism of the ban.

I Was Raped By 12 Men: Yazidi Freed From ISIS Reveals Horrific Details Of Her Ordeal

A Kurdish woman who was kept as an ISIS sex slave revealed how she was raped by 12 men and forced to change her religion.

Nadia Murad was only 22 when the terrorists invaded her village in northern Iraq in 2014 and she was taken into captivity, along with 6,500 other women.

Her mum and six brothers were killed as the ISIS fighters advanced.

Nadia was enslaved, repeatedly raped, told what to wear and made to change her religion.
Children from her village were taken to training camps to become the next generation of ISIS soldiers.

Nadia eventually escaped, fled to Germany and has since become a United Nations goodwill ambassador.

She said: "All ISIS members have the same behaviour and they were dealing with us at the same level, but this one who took me told me he was a very, very bad man.

"I was subjected to many bad things. In total 12 men raped me."

Nadia escaped when her captor went to buy clothes for her after telling her to prepare to be raped.
Any woman over nine was placed into slavery and ordered to convert to ISIS's branch of Islam.

Nadia was held captive by a man with a wife and family.

She was repeatedly raped and fell unconscious during some of her attacks.

"When he went to the supermarket to bring some clothes, I fled and went to a local house in Mosul where someone gave me a fake ID and from there they helped me relocate."

Nadia eventually made her way to America and was given an audience with Barack Obama.

Court acquits mother accused of trafficking Nigerian woman into Ireland and forcing her into prostitution

A mother accused of trafficking a Nigerian woman into Ireland and forcing her into prostitution has been acquitted on January 31, after several inconsistencies emerged in the alleged victim's evidence.

The complainant had previously told a jury she underwent a “voodoo process” in her home country during which she swore she would not report the alleged trafficker, Joy Imasogie (aged 40). 

She said that once in Ireland she had to have sex with up to ten men a day to pay off a €50,000 "debt" to Ms Imasogie arising from her being brought to Ireland.

Ms Imasogie of Chapleswood Crescent, Hollystown, Dublin 15, had pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to organising for the woman to enter the country illegally, to compelling or coercing the woman to be a prostitute and to controlling or directing the activities of prostitution for gain on dates between March 2006 and April 2008.

Judge Patricia Ryan directed the jury to find Ms Imasogie not guilty following a defence application for the case to be withdrawn. The judge ruled it would be unsafe to the jury to consider the case given the clear contradictions in the evidence.
During the trial the alleged victim told the jury that she had stopped working as a prostitute in 2008 after she broke contact with Ms Imasogie and threw away her phone.

The woman told the project she was still working as a prostitute and that she advertised her services on the internet. She also said she didn't want help to leave that way of life.

Judge Ryan said the woman was not recalled by the prosecution to explain these inconsistencies. As a result “there is no explanation for how these matters arose,” the judge said. She said there was a “complete conflict in the evidence”.

During the trial the complainant told Kerida Naidoo SC, prosecuting, that she was living in dire financial circumstances with her grandmother in Benin City, Nigeria in 2006 when a neighbour told her he knew somebody in Europe who was looking for girls.
The woman said she then spoke on the phone to Ms Imasogie, who told her she owned a hair salon in Ireland and asked her if she was a “good girl”.
“She said I could help out in the salon and mind her children,” the woman told the court.
The woman said a man named Kingsley then arranged for her to visit a village where she swore an oath before a “native doctor”. Her nails and pubic hair were cut and she then swore she would not report Ms Imasogie or Kingsley to the police, she said.

She also swore that she would pay back a sum of €50,000, which she was told was the cost of travelling to Ireland. This was some kind of “voodoo process”, Mr Naidoo said.
She said that on arrival in Ireland Ms Imasogie told her she would have to sleep with men for money to pay off the €50,000.
“I was angry and crying, saying this wasn't what I was told...I didn't want to do that,” the woman said.
She said she was soon having sex with up to 10 men a day for no payment. She said all the money she received was handed over to the accused.

Ms Imasogie denied organising prostitution or trafficking the woman. She said she sometimes let the woman do her hair in return for food. The accused also alleged the woman was having an affair with her husband.
“She wanted to have a baby with him,” she told gardaĆ­.
The accused also claimed the mother of the alleged victim was using voodoo to take her husband away from her, but "did not succeed".

Source: Irish Examiner

African woman murdered in India during argument over money for sexual favour

An African woman said to be a commercial sex worker was brutally stabbed to death by a young man allegedly over a trivial row at her house in Kothanur, Bengaluru, India in the early hours of Thursday, February 2nd.

The deceased identified as Florence Nakayaki from Uganda, had met Ishan, a student and native of Himachal Pradesh, at MG Road and later took him to her house in Thimmegowda layout allegedly for sexual favours after he promised to pay her Rs. 5,000.

According to the police, Florence soon after reaching home had demanded Rs. 10,000 and threatened Ishan at knife point. Heated arguments ensued and took an ugly turn when Ishan snatched the knife and stabbed her to death.
Residents who heard the commotion alerted the police. Bagaluru police inspector Anjan Kumar, who was on night duty, rushed to the spot to investigate. But a group of African nationals, who had gathered at the spot by then, attacked Mr. Kumar. 
Additional police rushed to the spot and arrested Ishan and another African. The case is currently under investigation.

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Ugandan police man who tested positive to HIV commits suicide after mudering his wife

A Ugandan police officer who discovered he was HIV positive has murdered his wife and committed suicide. According to Facebook user, Basudde Sam who shared the photos, the police officer, Mr Godfrey Sabiti a father of three took his family to go conduct a HIV test and allegedly discovered he was positive, he murdered his wife then wrote a suicde note before he killed himself.
 However, it is reported that the test results of his wife and kids have been retrieved and it all reads negative. Basudde wrote; 
A police officer attached to VIP Protection Unit has killed himself after shooting his wife dead. Police say Godfrey Sabiti, a resident of Nsambya barracks killed his wife before turning the same gun at himself after he allegedly tested HIV positive. “We have recovered the test results of HIV for the wife, Akol and the children except for the man. These reads negative. We suspect that the man must have found himself positive and took a wrong decision. He planned it since he took all the family members for HIV test on January 24, 2017,” said Kampala Metropolitan Police deputy spokesman, Paul Kangave. This is the second officer to kill himself in just two months period. In December last year, Patrick Oloya, a Field Force Unit (FFU) personnel attached to Pader Central Police station ended his life after locking himself inside his uni-port house at the Police barracks.
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Shocking! Doctors pull live cockroach from inside woman's skull...video

Doctors in India pulled a live cockroach from the skull of a 42yr old domestic helper named Selvi after she woke up in the middle of the night with a "crawling sensation" in her right nostril which became a "burning" feeling in her head.

 Selvi, from Injambakkam, India, who did not want to give her full name, said:
"My immediate reaction after feeling that crawling sensation in the right nostril was to brush it off in half sleep. But before I could do anything, it went inside. I could not explain the feeling but I was sure it was some insect. 
"There was a tingling and crawling sensation. Whenever it moved, it gave me a burning sensation in my eyes. I spent the entire night in discomfort, sitting up and waiting for dawn to go to Stanley hospital after getting the reference of a doctor from my employer."
The next morning, Selvi and her son headed to the nearest clinic where medics could find nothing wrong.

The next day she went to state-run Stanley Medical College Hospital, in Chennai, where doctors found the live roach. Baffled medics used a nasal endoscopy to find the insect "sitting in the skull base between her eyes".

 They were forced to used clamps and a sucker to get it out, but miraculously the bug was still alive.
Doctors said if Selvi had ignored the scratchy sensation, the insect would have died, causing an infection close to her brain. Dr M N Shankar, head of the ENT department at the hospital, said:
"This is the first such case I have seen in my three decades of practice. It was sitting in the skull base, between the two eyes, close to the brain. 
"If left inside, it would have died before long and the patient would have developed infection which would have spread to the brain. 
"It was difficult to remove it because of the place it was sitting in. I had to first drag it to a place from where I could pull it out. It was finally removed after 45 minutes."
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Source: MirrorUK 

Update! Court grants son of former FCT Minister, Bala Mohammed, N100m bail

Justice Nnamdi Dimgba of the Federal High Court sitting in Maitama, Abuja has granted Shamsudeen Bala, son of a former Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Senator Bala Mohammed N100 million bail and has ordered that he be remanded in Kuje prison pending the perfection of his bail terms which includes two sureties in the sum of N50million each.

Bala is being prosecuted on a 15-count charge of money laundering to the tune of N1.2 billion by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

According to the presiding judge, the sureties must either be private businessmen or public servants not below the rank of assistant director. The sureties must have landed properties in Abuja or within Lagos metropolis excluding satellite towns.

The defendant must produce three years tax clearance and must not travel without the consent of the court.

The defendant must also comply with Section 15 of the ACJA, 2015 or depose to an affidavit in case of delay by the EFCC.

106yr old Brazilian granny gets engaged to her 66yr old beau

It's never too old for love. Brazilian pensioner, Valdemira Rodrigues de Oliveira is believed to be the world's oldest person to get engaged after she said 'yes' to her 66yr old lover Aparecido Dias Jacob in a ceremony last Saturday. The lovebirds defied doctors' ban to go ahead with the engagement.
Medics had assessed their health and age and warned the duo, known as Valda and Jaco, would not be able to cope with living on their own.

But after three years together, the senior romantics, who have separate rooms at Nossa Senhora Fatima retirement home in Pirassununga, south east Brazil, were determined to prove age is no barrier to finding your soul mate. The elderly sweethearts exchanged engagement rings in a betrothal service organised by volunteers under an initiative called the 'Project of Dreams' and the event was no puny affair. It was lavishly decorated with a four-tier cake, flowers, cupid ornaments and scattered rose petals. Valda looked her best in a white dress with a fancy in her hair, pearls around her neck, nails painted and comfortable slippers.

 She walked down the aisle with her Zimmer-frame decorated with roses.

 Speaking about her love for her future husband, the centenarian said:
"I fell in love with him. I like him a lot. If he dies, I die too."
The two lovers have never been engaged and most of Valda's relatives have died while Jaco has lost touch with his family. At the altar, the couple couldn't hold back from sealing the occasion with a passionate kiss before taking their vows in front of the 150 invited guests.

 After a short message and prayer, the happy couple said "yes" to stay loyal to each other and exchanged engagement rings. The lovestruck pair met at the residential home for the elderly in 2014 and it was love at first sight for Jaco, who suffers from paralysis of the left arm. He has been living in the home for 19 years after being homeless and unemployed.
He said:
"I fell in love with Valda from the moment I saw her. I know she's a little older than me, but that doesn't matter because she makes me really happy. 
"I asked her to marry me and we always believed it would happen but getting engaged is a step forward for us right now."
The inseparable couple spend all day with each other, chatting, eating their meals together and sitting side by side in the home.
"I know it's not going to happen but I would have loved to be able to wash Jaco's clothes, cook his meals and look after him like a wife," Valda said.
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Update! Photos of Seun Egbegbe handcuffed with his accomplice after his arrest in Gbagada, Lagos

Movie producer, Seun Egbegbe along with his accomplice were arrested yesterday after trying to rip off unsuspecting Mallams out of thousands of dollars at Gbagada General hospital, Lagos. More details to follow...

Omg! Teenager survives after crashing car into electric poles in Kano ...photo

A teenager survived after crashing his Mercedes Benz GLK into electric poles along Sokoto Road, Kano State on Wednesday night.
According to eyewitnesses, the unidentified teenager lost control while moving on high speed. He however sustained injuries during the accident. More photos below...

Update! Ex-Minister's son Shamsudeen Bala hides his face in court

He has been charged by EFCC for allegedly stealing N1.2billion and also paid for houses in Abuja. His father also has cases of alleged corruption to answer....na wa o!

Omg! ISIS Amputate Hands Of Two Boys Aged 10 And 12 For Refusing To Execute Two Civilians

ISIS have amputated the hands of two boys aged 10 and 12 who refused to execute two civilians in front of their families in Mosul.

Fanatics trained up a group of children from its stronghold in western parts of the city to fight against advancing Iraqi troops.

But two of the youngsters refused to carry out the twisted demands of their terror bosses.

The youngsters were severely punished for refusing to execute two prisoners in front of their families.

According to Iraqi News, they both had a hand chopped off by extremists.

Public amputations are a common punishment under the terror group's murderous regime, but the brutal punishment is normally reserved for people accused of theft.

ISIS leaders are resorting to increasingly desperate tactics as they continue to lose territory in Mosul.

VP Osinbajo Wants State Police Introduced

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, yesterday, in Abuja, advocated the introduction of state police, adding that there were ongoing efforts by the Federal Government to reform the Criminal Justice System in Nigeria. This, he said, will help in re-positioning the courts and the entire judiciary.

According to him, the reforms would also take into consideration the methods of appointing judges, their salaries and other welfare packages. Osinbajo said the new justice system will ensure stiffer penalties for corruption. The acting President who fielded questions from participants of Course 25 of the National Defence College, NDC, Abuja, after he delivered a lecture entitled “Economic Dimension of the National Security: The Nigerian Experience,” said,  “The criminal justice system as you know is policing, it is prosecution. It touches on our jails and so on. One of the most important things that we have always talked about in the criminal justice system is community policing. State police is very important because there is no federation of our size that does not have state police. You need community policing to be able to be more effective just in detection.

“If you look at the countries of the world, it is important for there to be a police force in the local community that is homegrown and understands the language, whereas the army can be a national army because the army hardly engages itself in internal issues except in extreme situations. The police cannot afford to be a federal force, there must be a community force. That is one aspect.

“The other aspect of it is the prosecution and detection. Of course there are so many issues around detection which we cannot go into now. Let’s just talk about prosecution.

“The prosecution of cases usually is a state affair and you find that if you have an effective investigation system, prosecutors will usually have good materials to work with but you also need the court system, the court system that is efficient. When a court system is inefficient, it is either for two reasons. One is structural and the other is an administrative issue.

“So, we need to build a system that is based on consequence for misdeeds and rewards for good conduct. Once that is put in place, most people are rational, there is nowhere in the world where people will run around doing what they like and the reason why they don’t is because there is a system in place. But once there is no system or the system doesn’t work, they do what they like.

“So, one of the critical things that we need to do is to ensure that people know that there is consequence for corruption especially within our system of justice. Once that is clearly outlined, it becomes easier to find judges or persons who will do their jobs diligently and who will not compromise.

“So, in the reform of the criminal justice system, we are in conversation with the relevant stakeholders, the Attorney- Generals and others, looking at what to do, how to do it, looking at the remuneration package, the appointment of judges, discipline and all that.

“Also, there are issues around the appellate system, trying to stop frivolous abuse of trials  and the appellate courts must refuse any attempts to frustrate progress of trials in the lower courts. It is a whole comprehensive set of reforms that will be required.”

The acting President also admitted that there were divisions amongst the ethnic nationalities in Nigeria, saying that a new orientation was needed to tackle the issue.