2 Apr 2017

Update! Photos Of Lady Arrested In The Murder Of Jumia Delivery Man

This is Joy Eluwa, the lady among the 3 arrested for the murder of Chukwuma Eleje, Jumia delivery man. It's a shame to see what greed leads to ...thank God they were caught.

Nigerian Gay man rapes boy to death (graphic photo)

According to Hausa online news platform, Filter, the little boy pictured above named Aminu, died after he was kidnapped by a gay man named Ahmed Maishayi at the Kontagora area of Niger state, and subjected to repeated anal sex. This is how the Hausa Newspaper reports the story in Hausa.
"Homosexuality Dan shot a boy in Kontagora
From Comrade Zakari Adam Y. Kontagora

From below a picture of a child past the late Aminu and a man named Ahmed Maishayi suspect shield him for a long time with his homosexuality which has caused lost his life.

Local community Kontagora around lust and called on authorities to immediately follow the child right.

God have mercy, and mercy, God and he gave his criminal mummmar nature.

Is the idea of ​​a kind of punishment appropriate to continue adding rape and sodomy in particular for children in Nigeria?

Shocking! Pastor Adeboye makes a controversial statement on couples who meet through social media

Today, the clergyman said those who get their wives through Facebook would lose them through Youtube. Listen to him say this from the 18th minute. 

See the 21-year-old Nigerian student who was brutally attacked by Indian mob in shocking video

This young man identified as a 21-year-old Nigerian student Endurance Amalawa and his brother Precious, were wandering through a Ansal Plaza when the phone rang with warnings from a friend, “Hurry home, mobs of Indians are attacking Africans across the area."

The brothers, who came to India to seek better education and work opportunities, rushed out and tried to hail an autorickshaw, just as a mob of Indian men saw them and ran towards them.

The Amalawas ran back inside the mall but dozens of screaming men followed them. Precious Amalawa hid inside a changing room but Endurance got dragged out. They thrashed him with stools, bins, blows, and whatever they could grab. No one tried to help Endurance or stop the attack. One man even took a selfie with the violence in the background.

"They attacked him with bricks, sticks, belts," 23-year-old Precious said  on Friday as he sat, still stiff with shock and fear, in their apartment.

Endurance’s body was dotted with medical staples on his temple, his cheek and both arms. Precious’ arms were covered in cuts and bruises from when the mob chased him from his hiding place by shoving sharp objects through the changing room’s thin walls.

The violence started on March 24 when a teenage boy disappeared in Greater Noida, outside New Delhi, and angry relatives claimed he’d been killed by his Nigerian neighbors. A mob of people began searching the area for Africans, with some accusing kidnappers of eating the boy.

The boy returned home Saturday morning. He died later that day of what police said was a drug overdose.

Five men who had been charged with kidnapping and murder were let go within hours because police could find no evidence.

But rumors about cannibalism swirled and mobs began to attack Africans across the suburb. The last attacks were reported Wednesday. There were reports of mobs pulling Africans out of taxi cabs and autorickshaws and assaulting them.

The African Students’ Association in India asked Africans across the capital to remain alert and especially warned those living in Greater Noida from stepping out at all.“All African Students Studying in Greater Noida are hereby instructed to stay at home as the situation remains volatile,” the statement said.

The association has been arranging food and water for African students in Greater Noida as most of them hide at home.

Police say they have arrested five men for attacking the brothers and are searching for others. Police patrols in the area have been increased after Foreign Minister asked that the local government ensure the safety of Greater Noida’s African population.

13 UNILAG Students Remanded In Kirikiri Prison

The police on Saturday charged 13 students of the University of Lagos before a Special Offences Mobile Court in Oshodi, Lagos, over unlawful invasion of a broadcast media outfit, TVC.

They are standing trial before Chief Magistrate P.E. Nwaka, on two counts bordering on unlawful invasion and disruption of activities.

The names of the accused are:
Femi Adeyeye, Toni Aina, Kodri Yaya, Asimi Oladime, Ismahim Olalekan, Segun Okesola, Abdulazeez Soneye, Idris Abogunloko, and Muyiwa Olaniyi.

Others are Toheed Oladimeji, Joseph Akanni, Lukumon Olusegun, and Abiodun Agbeniyi.

They were arraigned at about 10.20am on Saturday, and they all pleaded not guilty to the charge.

Meanwhile, the magistrate ordered their remand at the Kirikiri prison, pending their bail application.

The court adjourned the case till April 6, for a determination of their bail.

The police prosecuting counsel, CSP Effiong Asuquo, Officer-in-Charge, Legal of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Panti, had told the court that the accused committed the offence on March 31, 2017.

He said the accused had engaged in a riotous invasion of TVC station in Lagos, protesting an alleged rustication of one of their colleagues.

According to him, the students also invaded the main campus of the University of Lagos, Akoka, and disrupted normal activities in the institution.

The prosecutor said the institution’s semester examination is scheduled to begin on April 3 (Monday) adding that the invasion by the students was simply a ploy to stall the commencement of exams.

He said the offence contravened the provisions of section 168 (1) (d), and section 2 of the Criminal Law, Laws of Lagos State, 2015.

Indian Doctors Mocked Us, Refused To Treat Us – Attacked Nigerian Student

A Nigerian student at NOIDA International University, India, Precious Amalcima, who was among Africans attacked by Indians, shared his ordeal with Punch 's Toluwani Eniola. Excerpt:

Can you tell us your background?  
I am a 23-year-old final year student of Political Science at NOIDA International University, India. I am from Edo State. My brother, Endurance, who was also attacked, is studying Economics in the same institution.

What led to your attack by the Indians on Monday?Few days ago, five Nigerians were accused of killing a 17-year-old Indian student, Manish Khari, who died of a suspected drug overdose. The police arrested the Nigerians and later released them. The five Nigerians accused of killing the Indian boy are also students of NOIDA International University.

So, some Indian locals went to the homes of the accused to harass them, claiming they killed the Indian boy. The mother of the deceased was trying to take the case to court. The police released the Nigerians on Sunday (March 26). I think that enraged the Indians. On Monday, while the convocation was going on in our school, we (my brother and I) asked the police if we could go out. This was due to the tension then. The police gave us the green light to step out.

That evening, I was not feeling well. So I told my younger brother, Endurance, to get me some drugs. When he came back, we decided to go for shopping at a certain mall close to our hostel. While we were inside the mall, we got information that the locals were attacking blacks. We began to panic as we considered which route to follow to avoid the (rampaging) locals.

Why didn’t you hide inside the mall?  
No one was trying to help. The Indians at the mall became hostile and asked us to go out. Suddenly, we saw Indians, who we think were more than 500, running towards us. They held sticks and other weapons. We entered another plaza and asked for help but nobody was interested in helping us to take cover. We hid somewhere for about 25 minutes but the crowd soon caught up with us. They dragged out my brother from where he was hiding and began to beat him. They also dragged me out from where I was hiding. They stabbed me on the shoulder with a knife as I cried for help. It was our cries that attracted other students, who called the police. The police came to our aid and rushed my brother and I to the hospital. The medical officers at the hospital refused to treat us. They were even laughing at us.

How come they refused to attend to you when it was the police who took you to the hospital?  
It was not only us who were attacked; other blacks in the city were also attacked. So, the police had to leave us at the hospital to rescue others. So, I dragged my brother out of the hospital. Fortunately, we saw an Indian, who was a Good Samaritan. The Indian took us to another hospital where we eventually received medical assistance. The (Nigerian) embassy officials later came to commiserate with us. They took good care of us and even paid the hospital bills. So after three days, on Wednesday, we were discharged while the police escorted us home.

Was that the first time you would experience such an attack?  
That was the first time of being attacked in India. But that was not the first time that blacks, especially Nigerians, have been attacked in the country. In fact, Indians attack blacks, especially Nigerians, every year. Although there are some good Indians in the country, others have been generally hostile to us. This year, they attacked blacks in other states. Last year, they killed many Africans. If you check the records, their attacks on Africans have become an annual ritual.

Why are they hostile to blacks and Nigerians?  
I think Indians don’t really like blacks, especially Nigerians. They think Nigerians are drug peddlers. In the state we are studying, almost all Nigerians are students and we don’t deal in drugs as being claimed.

Why did you and your brother choose to study in India?  
We developed an interest to study in India because of India’s interesting movies which we grew up watching and adore. We thought all Indians were nice people but our recent experiences shows that we were na├»ve.

Did you regret coming to India to study?  
If I knew (Indians don’t like Nigerians) I would not have come to India. With this experience, I will not even advise any of my siblings to consider India again because of the insecurity and the undue treatment meted out to blacks. I definitely regret coming to India to study. While the mob pounced on us, I thought we were going to be killed. I did not even remember to pray. I was only crying and begging them while the attack lasted. If not for the police intervention, we would have been dead by now.

Do you think the Indian government and the police have a hand in the attacks?  
The Indian government is capable of stopping the problem but I don’t think they are serious about it – as such attacks have been occurring over the years. They renew their promises of protecting Africans every year but they have not been able to live up to their promises.

What is the present situation in NOIDA?  
We are living in fear. For now, we (students) have been advised to stay indoors since Monday. The embassy has been supplying welfare materials to us. Many good Indians also came to the hospital to apologise on behalf of the mob. Some Indians also donated welfare materials to us. If you don’t have food, you would request and they would get it for you; and water too. They have been helping us in that regard. Some Indian groups have also risen to the occasion, donating welfare materials. The Nigerian embassy has been very supportive. They asked for our bills and I am sure they will offset them. I went back to the hospital again today (Thursday) for further check up and to get eye drops. My dad asked us to come back home but the ambassador pleaded that he should allow us to stay, promising him that things would get better.

Do you plan to relocate to Nigeria?  
I don’t plan to relocate to Nigeria because it would mean starting my course all over again.

What do you want the Federal Government to do about now?  
I don’t know exactly what to say because I am devastated. My brother has been resting since we were discharged from the hospital. The Federal Government should talk to the Indian Government to stop this kind of attack. If they don’t want us to study in their country, they should tell us. The Federal Government should withdraw their cooperation by sanctioning Indian companies in Nigeria. If they cannot guarantee our safety, I don’t see any reason why Indians should be making billions of naira in Nigeria while we are facing undue treatment in their country. So far, we are impressed by the intervention of officials of the Nigerian embassy, who warned the Indian authorities not to allow the attack to happen again. The Indian police have apologised too. The only problem is that we have been restricted to stay indoors. We hope that things will get better in days ahead.

What do you want the Indian police to do on this matter?  
The Indian Government and the police authorities should not sweep this matter under the carpet. They should fish out the attackers and ensure that there is justice. Ensuring justice on this matter would serve as a deterrent to others. If they don’t arrest the culprits, more attacks would still happen. These attackers should be treated as scapegoats.

Omg! Nigerian PhD student in Malaysia slumps and dies

A Nigerian doctorate student at the International Islamic University, Malaysia (IIUM), Adedeji Abiodun Liadi, has died. According to reports, he slumped while jogging on the campus field. He was rushed to the school's medical facility where he was pronounced dead.
Popularly known as ‘Olubadan’, the deceased hailed from Ibadan, Oyo State. He was 44 years old.

He was a lecturer at the Department of Economics, National Open University Nigeria (NOUN), Lagos. He was buried according to Islamic rites at the Muslim burial ground in Malaysia, with hundreds of people in attendance.

Omg! Nigerian bishop and his secretary jailed for sexual assaults on teen

A Nigerian bishop and his female secretary have been jailed after they sexually assaulted a teenage girl and a woman during private prayer sessions at their south London Christian centre.

Benjamin Egbujor, 55, of Harold Avenue, Belvedere, Kent, was sentenced at Inner London Crown Court to three years and four months' imprisonment on Friday, March 31, after he was found guilty of sexual assault and causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Rose Nwenwu, 43, of Thurlestone Road, West Norwood, London, was convicted of helping and encouraging Egbujor in relation to one of his victims, and taking part in that sexual assault herself. She was sentenced to three years’ imprisonment.

The offences took place from March 2011 to January 2013, at the Jubilee Christian Centre in Penarth Street, Peckham, where Egbujor was a bishop.

Officers in the Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Command (SOECA) started an investigation in January 2014 after a teenage girl disclosed to her family she had been abused by Egbujor. 
The victim, who was under the age of 16, said Egbujor told her she had been chosen to attend an individual prayer session.

After being taken into his private office, the girl was forced to undress and oil was poured over her.
As a result of further enquiries, officers also interviewed a woman in her 30s who disclosed she had also been sexually assaulted by Egbujor.

The adult victim said Nwenwu, who worked as Egbujor’s secretary, also took part in the sexual assault by taking her clothes off and pouring oil over her.

Egbujor and Nwenwu were both found guilty on March 9 after a five-week trial at Inner London Crown Court.

Egbujor was sentenced to three years' imprisonment for the sexual assault and four months, to be served consecutively, for inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Nwenwu was sentenced to three years' imprisonment for sexual assault and three years, to be served concurrently, for helping and encouraging Egbujor.

Both were made subject of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order and will have to sign the Sex Offenders’ Register.
Detective Inspector Angela Craggs, of the Met’s Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Command, said:“Egbujor and Nwenwu exploited the trust of their congregation when they targeted and abused these victims. They believed their position within the church would protect them from facing justice, but the court has held them accountable for their actions. I hope this conviction serves to empower victims of sexual violence to come forward and report to police, and as a warning to offenders who think they can use their position to protect them from the law.”

Police Constable James Bell, of the Met’s Offences and Child Abuse Command (SOECA) said
"Egbujor and Nwenwu preyed on their victim's vulnerabilities, whilst satisfying their own sexual urges under the guise of private prayer. I commend the victims for their courage and commitment in this case. I fear there may be other victims who have not yet come forward and I urge them or any victim of sexual abuse to tell the police what happened."

Dino Melaye refuses to answer question about his graduation from Harvard (video)

Senator Dino Melaye, during a live interview on Channels Television today declined to answer whether he graduated from Harvard University or not. Dino who had claimed that he earned degrees from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts and London School of Economics (LSE) in London, refused to answer the question during an interview on Channels Television telling the presenter that he did not want to be ridiculed.
Watch the interview and how he evaded the question below... 

See What Happened To This Bride That Wore this Revealing Dress On Her Wedding Day

A bride has the right to wear whatever she wants as long as her groom, family and the church is okay with it but what this bride wore to her wedding caused major debate on social media with many saying it was inappropriate.
This is so inappropriate in every way...

“I Miss Everything About Her” – Iyanya Says As He Reveals What Yvonne Nelson Said After Their First Love-making Session

It seems Nigerian singer, Iyanya, is yet to over Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson, almost five years after they broke up as he revealed in a recent interview, that he misses Yvonne and he regrets the fact that things did not work out between them.
He said;
“…we broke up because we hardly had time for each other. I was hustling and I would do four shows in a day and I will make two million. So, I won’t say because I was in love with a woman I’m going to see money and I’m going to lay back.”
“It’s not easy losing a great and beautiful woman like Yvonne. She was everything I have at that moment until I lose her… Life was miserable for me after the break up but life goes on.”
He also revealed details of his first love-making session with Yvonne when he was asked what he missed about her.
“Like our first day in bed. She was like ‘Oh Yeah baby, I really love it’ and her late night and early morning messages and calls. I miss everything about her.”

Check Out Photos & Video Of Nigerian Singer, Davido Romancing South Africa Girl Leaks Online

Superstar, David Adeleke popularly known as Davido seems prepared to impregnate more ladies as he was seen on camera in a compromising position with a curvy South African lady.
Father of one Davido recently enjoyed a swell-time clubbing in South Africa where he made out time with his close friends.
He finally retired to his apartment with a South African lady which he romantically grabbed at regular intervals.
How the video surfaced online still remains unknown. Davido has been embroiled in another baby mama drama of late. Reports gathered on social media reveal Davido has a strong phobia for condom usage during se x.
Watch the video below:

Kenyan Lady Who Lied She Was Attacked In India Confesses Her Nigerian Boyfriend Attacked Her

A Kenyan woman who claimed she was beaten by a racist mob in India may have given false information, authorities say. Ms Mary Kataka Burudi who on Wednesday reported to Indian Police authorities that she was assaulted by a gang of men later recanted her story.

Kenya’s High Commissioner to India Florence Weche said investigations found that her horrible tale was false. “The girl admitted that she did not tell the truth. The assault was meted on her by her ‘boyfriend, a Nigerian,” the envoy wrote in her brief to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Nairobi.

“She has withdrawn the case and the police have said they would not bring up the case again.” Mr Burudi had claimed that she was beaten by a mob as she rode in a taxi I Greater Noida City, a town about 50 kilometres south east of Indian capital New Delhi.

A gang of a dozen men is said to have stopped their taxi after which they ordered both the Indian driver and his Kenyan passenger out. She said they beat her claiming she was Nigerian, a supposed reference to the bad blood between local Indians and Nigerians since the week began.

Her attack, coming just days after two Nigerians were beaten in India, accused of overdosing a local lad with drugs and who later died, could have been labelled a racial attack.

Ms Burudi had also claimed that the mob only stopped beatings after she shouted her Kenyan nationality and that the first hospital she was taken to rejected her.

But on Friday, she recanted that tale, saying “family issues” had pushed her in to trauma.

Lobatan! Bank Of Englannd Plans To Use Palm Oil To Make New £20 Note

First the Bank of England outraged vegans and religious groups by using animal fat in the new £5 note. Now it has annoyed environmentalists by revealing the new £20 note could be made with palm oil, the production of which leads to deforestation.

The Bank suspended the tender process for the £20 note – due in 2020 – after protests over tallow in the plastic fivers. But on Friday it was criticised by Friends of the Earth after revealing the ‘only practical alternative’ is palm oil.

The Bank said it would ‘reflect’ before making a final decision by summer.  This comes after it was emerged the polymer used to make the new notes contains traces of tallow, a by-product of animal farming.

This polymer is converted into a ‘substrate’ - a white coated film – on which the design of the note is printed.

The Bank of England promised to come up with potential solutions in December, shortly after more than 110,000 people signed a petition to shelve the £5 notes.

The report and the Bank’s note printers De La Rue, suggested palm oil would be the best alternative.

But the Bank said it will ‘reflect upon the various religious, ethical and environmental considerations’ of both tallow and palm oil before making its final decision.


Son Of Hate Preacher Who Left UK To Fight With Jihadists Is Stripped Of His British Passport

The son of hook-handed hate preacher Abu Hamza has had his British passport taken from him, leaving him stranded in Syria.

Sufiyan Mustafa, 22, left the UK to fight with jihadists in 2013 after his father was jailed in the US for terrorist offences.

But after he left, the Home Office stripped him of his identification, meaning he can no longer return home.

He told an Arabic newspaper he has appealed to be allowed back into the UK, according to the Telegraph. 

He has now spoken to a newspaper - al-Quds newspaper, saying 'Britain is the place where I was born and lived.

'I have never been a threat to national security in Britain and will not commit aggression on its population because our religion does not allow attacks on unarmed innocents.'

Earlier this month, Abu Hamza's youngest son appeared in a propaganda video denouncing ISIS and the actions of Assad's government. 

In the video, he said: 'There is no solution to the Syrian situation while Assad is in power… if you want to help then shine a light on the atrocities carried out by Bashar Assad, the Russians and ISIS.'

'It is very unfair for the West to judge Muslims by the actions of Al Qaeda, ISIS or Hizbollah. If that is fair then all Muslims have the right to view all Christians as crusaders or Americans as Charles Manson.'

In a YouTube video he is also seen reciting verses of the Qu'ran.

He is the sixth of eight children fathered by Hamza, who is serving a life-sentence in prison in Colorado.

New US law would force the federal government to treat marijuana like alcohol

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On Thursday, March 30, 2017, a new set of bills was introduced in the U.S. Senate and House that would drastically reform the way marijuana is regulated at the federal level and allow state-legal marijuana programs to move forward without federal intervention.
The bill was Introduced by Sen. Ron Wyden and Rep. Earl Blumenauer, the legislative package would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substance Act’s list of most dangerous drugs and set up a federal framework for regulating it.

The lawmakers say this would close the gap between federal and state-level marijuana policy, keep people out of jail for minor drug offenses and allow marijuana businesses to thrive.
“As more states follow Oregon’s leadership in legalizing and regulating marijuana, too many people are trapped between federal and state laws, it's not right, and it’s not fair" Blumenauer said in a statement.