16 May 2017

See Nigerian Guys Arrested For Drug Trafficking​ In UK

Two Nigerian brothers Kenechi and Oluchi Ochereobia, who are secret drug dealers, were arrested by Police in the United Kingdom after flaunting huge cash, wrist watches, cars and expensive jewelry.

Both were discovered to be trafficking Cocaine and Heroin. Kenechi Ochereobia controlled the drugs operation using a central mobile, but ran a network of drug couriers around Cardiff with his brother Oluchi.

According to Mirror Online; officers searching his home found around £23,000 in cash at Kenechi’s home in Cardiff, along with pictures of him posing with wads of notes.

He tried to hide his involvement by pretending to be a legitimate clothes distributor, whilst in reality he was getting younger gang members to run drugs across the country.

Nigerian Lady Caught Stealing In Man's House; Beaten & Stripped and blames it on charm

This lady was humiliated after she was caught stealing in a guy's house. The beautiful lady who works at Ministry of Agriculture, was taken home by a guy she met three days ago. On getting to the house, she entered his room and stole his money...

She was eventually caught, beaten and stripped. She cried and blamed her act on charm as she said she didn't know what happened to her.

10-Year-Old Girl Who Is 5 Months Pregnant After Being Raped By Stepfather Forced To Go To Court To Ask For Abortion

A ten-year-old girl who was raped by her stepfather has been forced to go to court to plead for an abortion.

The young child, from Rohtak in the Haryana state of India, is due to give birth in four months, but abortion laws in India could prohibit her from having a termination.

According to reports, the girl's mother discovered she was pregnant and took her to see a doctor. The child then told her parent that she had been repeatedly raped by her stepfather. They had allegedly been left alone together countless times while the girl's mother was at work.

The stepfather has now been arrested and detained in custody while a full investigation is carried out.

In India, abortions are not allowed after 20 weeks, and two separate doctors must be able to certify that the pregnant woman's life would be in danger if she was to give birth.

After 20 weeks, India's Supreme Court must decide if the pregnancy can be terminated.

Dr Ashok Chauhan, medical superintendent at the Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, said: "The police and the authorities will now take the report to the court which can order whether the child can undergo an abortion."

But he the girl's case was "borderline" and that it was difficult to tell exactly how many weeks pregnant the girl was due to lack of advanced technology

A Nigerian man,and another arrested in India for duping girls through matrimonial sites

Police has busted an international gang involved in duping girls in Jaipur, India after befriending them on matrimonial sites.

Those arrested include a 41-year-old Nigerian man identified as Kenena Solomon, who has been living in India illegally for the past eight months and a local man, Kaushal Prasad Gupta, 35, a resident of New Delhi.
Police officials said that the gang committed at least 14 frauds in the past 10 days. This fact came to the light when cops checked one of the accused man’s bank account and found transaction of more than Rs 10 lakh in this period.

The gang members would befriend girls on matrimonial sites, posing as non-resident Indians (NRI)
"This particular gang was busted when we launched an investigation into an FIR lodged on May 3 by a Adarsh Nagar-based girl in Jaipur," said commissioner of police Sanjay Agarwal.
The officer said that she had been contacted by one Kelvin who claimed he worked with a company in London as an advisor. He promised to marry the girl and said that he would settle in India after the wedding. Kelvin told the girl he needed to transfer some money and other valuables to India before moving.

On May 2, the girl received a call from a woman, identifying herself as Simran. She said she was a customs officer in Delhi.

"The girl said that the customs department had seized gold biscuits, electronic items and 75,000 British pounds. The girl was asked to pay the customs department Rs 40,000 as taxes to take possession of the confiscated items. In installments, the girl paid a total of Rs 1.35 lakh in name of various clearances," said DCP, west Kunwar Rasthradeep.
The accused Nigerian national had come to India on a tourist visa. He didn’t leave the country even after his visa expired. He had been living in India illegally for the past eight months.

The police have found some banks accounts belonging to the gang members. They were opened on the basis of forged documents.

Source: PC Post

See the suspected serial rapists/robbers posing as women arrested in Kenya

Police in Kiambu, Kenya last Sunday arrested a suspected serial rapist Laban Wekesa, believed to be part of a gang that has been posing as women while preying on victims.

The officers from Karuri Police Station in Kiambaa Sub-County also arrested three other suspects who are believed to be Wekesa's accomplices. One of them has already been positively identified by one of the robbery victims.

According to the police, Wekesa has also been engaging in robbery incidents Muchatha and Ruaka areas. Police who were working on a tip off from members of the public recovered stolen electronic goods, gas cylinders and mobile phones at his house in Muchatha.

Area police boss, Wilberforce Scharani, who confirmed the arrest said Wekesa has at least five rape cases that have been reported against him adding that they had unsuccessfully trailed him since January this year.

Mr Scharani said after his arrest, two of his rape victims positively identified him, and have already recorded statements. The police, he said, have a watertight case against the suspect.
"Already, we have five cases which we will file against him in court. Already we have two complainants who have already recorded statement and are expecting the remaining ones to come on board," Mr Scharani said on Monday.
Police said they tracked him using his mobile phone and those of some of his victims. He added that the suspect’s communications had implicated him in the rape cases. The suspect, according to the police, would wear women dresses to ensure his victims do not suspect him or get frightened. 
"They would waylay women who were returning home late in the night and with the female dressing, the targets would even comfortably walk alongside them oblivious of their intentions.
"Somewhere along the way, the suspect would draw knives to intimidate and rape them before making away with their money and any other valuables," he said.
 The gang is believed to be behind a series of robberies in the area, which Mr Scharani said had reached alarming levels.

Some of the victims have identified their items which included flat screen TV sets, computers, mobile phone, gas cylinders, and decoders, among other household goods.

Source: The Nation Kenya

Nigerian Couple Who Met On Twitter Weds

The couple who started their love on the social media platform, got married last Sunday. Wow! 

Update! Obas Council Gives Olugbo Four Days To Withdraw Statement Over Superiority

The Secretary General, Council of Yoruba Obas, Oba Aderemi Adedapo, has described the Olugbo of Ugbo Kingdom, Oba Fredrick Akinruntan, as a rabble rouser and an attention-seeking monarch for declaring himself as the leader of all Yoruba Obas.

Olugbo had while speaking at an event in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, on Sunday, said, “I am the leader of all obas in Yorubaland. I speak with thunder in my mouth and I make bold to say so. No one is above me in Yorubaland inasmuch as it has been accepted that we are from Ife. I am the one that Oduduwa met at Ife. We are the husband of Moremi Ajasoro.

Anyone who wants real Yoruba blessing should approach me. I am the one bestowed with the power.” Asked which of the various historical accounts of Yoruba land was authentic since his own version was the latest in the series, the Olugbo said his account was most accurate.

The Oba said, “People should face the truth. My account of the history of Yoruba race is the most accurate and authentic. I have published a book on it already. Like I said, Oduduwa met my people in Ife. Don’t mind my critics who use Facebook to abuse me. The truth is that many of them are children of slaves.

 “They don’t want the true story of their fathers to be told. Slaves don’t want history to be told. I am bold because I am not a son of a slave. My book is there. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, has accepted the book as the authentic history of the Yoruba race. I am about to publish another book on the same subject.”

But Oba Adedapo, who is also the Olojudo of Ido Osun, said the Olugbo’s claim was untrue.

Adedapo  said this while speaking with one of our correspondents in Osogbo on Monday in his reaction to the claim of the Olugbo.

Oba Adedapo said no one could rewrite history of the Yorubaland now in order to suit his purpose, saying the Ooni of Ife remained the leader without any controversy.

Oba Adedapo, who is also the Coordinator, South-West Council of Traditional Rulers, said the late Ooni, Oba Okunade Sijuwade, was  highly instrumental to Oba Akinruntan’s ascension to the throne.

He said, “Oba Akinruntan is an attention seeker. He is a rabble rouser, he deserves no response but some people especially outside the country may tend to believe his claim if he is not corrected.

“His utterance is part of royal rascality we are talking about. Does he want to rewrite history or what? Nobody can rewrite history. The late Ooni Sijuwade made it possible for him to become the Olugbo.

“He must withdraw that statement within the next 96 hours which is four days. What he is saying is abominable in Yorubaland.”

The monarch said Olugbo was not part of the 54 Yoruba Obas with original crown, saying he was using various tactics to draw attention to himself.

The Alake of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo, when contacted on the supremacy claim by Olugbo of Ugboland, was said to have travelled to Lagos.

His media aide,  Baaroyin Lai Labode, said the monarch was out of town.

He said he would need to brief him on the issue when he returned from the trip.

He said, “Kabiyesi has travelled to Lagos, and until he returns. I need to talk to him on the issue, whether or not he will want to comment on it.”

Also, the Olu of Ilaro and paramount ruler of Yewaland, Oba Kehinde Olugbenle, said he would not comment on Olugbo’s claim.

The personal assistant/media aide to Oba Olugbenle, Bolaji Leigh, while reacting to the issue on behalf of the monarch, said, “Good day my brother, Kabiyesi will not comment on that.”

Update! See baby Khadija who was raped when she was 6 months old in Kano

Remember Baby Khadija Bashir who was raped when she was just six month's old by a neighbor's husband? The good news is that she is doing and has gained some weight as shown in these new photos. She weighs 6kg now. 

Baby Khadija was raped by her mother's female friend and her husband when she was only 6 months old and was seriously injured to the extent that she had to undergo surgery which was successful. She is currently receiving medical attention at Murtala Muhammad Specialist Hospital, Kano and looks good in these new photos.
The case against her rapist is in the Kano high court and the culprit has hired 10 lawyers to defend him. 

Sad! Meet 22 year old Nigerian deportee who narrates her ordeal in Libyan prison

A 22-year-old lady from Edo state, Beauty John has narrated her experience in Libyan prison after she was caught by security agents while trying to enter Italy illegally. Speaking to Vanguard, the young lady revealed that she discovered she was pregnant for her boyfriend in Benin while in prison and how she and her child almost died of malnutrition.
She described her experience as hell. Beauty John is one of the 158 people that got recently deported from Libya. Read her story below:

“One of my aunts, who stays in Italy,visited Benin and told some of us to come over, promising to help us secure jobs. Five of us made up our minds to go, but at the end, I was the only one who could raise money for the trip.  On July 11, 2016, some other male friends and I left Benin for Sokoto State, through the desert. We got to Libya a week after and stayed somewhere in preparation for the trip to Italy by sea. Unfortunately, we were caught by some security agents. After profiling us, we were taken to a cell in the desert, where I spent five months. 
“While in the cell, I discovered I was pregnant for my boyfriend, who lives in Benin. My experience in the desert cell could best be described as hell. Sometimes, we were given a slice of bread as breakfast and watery spaghetti for diner. No lunch. 
“Some inmates I met in the cell died as a result of malnutrition and lack of proper medical care, while others lost their sight. 
“I also fell sick. That I gave birth and we are both alive today is a miracle. After giving birth, my baby cried for days without food, as my breasts were not bringing out milk. I was advised to put it in his mouth like that. I cried and regretted embarking on the journey. I thought my baby and I will die of starvation. 
“Finally, help came my way when the Nigerian Ambassador to Libya visited the cell and asked if we would like to go back home. I am grateful to God that I am alive to share my story.”

Update! Watch video of 8yr old boy who committed suicide getting bullied by his classmates

8-year-old Gabriel Taye committed suicide last Friday, after he was knocked unconscious by his classmates. New surveillance footage has just been released to show the moment his classmates slammed him into a bathroom wall, knocking him unconscious for over seven minutes. While Gabe lay unconscious, his classmates can be seen kicking and prodding his unconscious body before school staff came much later to attend to him.

School authorities initially claimed that Gabriel fainted but after the boy's mother accused the school of covering up the attack which occurred on January 24th, the CCTV footage had to be reviewed and was released by the Cincinnati Public School system.

See the heartbreaking video below. 

Nigerians top list of foreigners held for drug trafficking in India

According to authorities in India, Nigerian nationals have topped the list of foreigners arrested for drug smuggling in Navi Mumbai, India over the past five years.
A total of 66 narcotic related cases were registered between 2012 and April, this year in the city. Nigerian nationals were involved in 14 of these cases, the police said.
Since 2012, the police have arrested 14 foreign nationals for smuggling drugs to the city and 13 of them were from Nigeria, while one was from Ghana.

Barely a week ago, the police arrested one Nigerian from Kopar Khairane who had come to sell mephedrone rock and powder. Around 25 gram of the drug in powder form and 85 gram in rock form collectively worth Rs 3.30 lakh was seized from his possession.

Speaking to Hindustan Times,  Tushar Doshi, the deputy commissioner of police, said: 
'When it comes to drug smuggling by foreign nationals, by and large all the criminals are from Africa in general and from Nigeria in particular. The number of foreign nationals including those from Africa has also increased in the city over the past two years.'
The police said that these Nigerians work in networks which also operate in other cities such as Delhi, Mumbai and Pune. Apart from their countrymen, several Indians are also working in those networks.

Officials from the city special branch told Hindustan Times that presently around 950 foreign nationals from nearly 70 counties are staying in Navi Mumbai and around 50 of them are Africans.

Amit Shellar, police sub-inspector from the anti-narcotic cell who also reacted to the report, said: 
'Most of the Nigerians arrested for drug smuggling, had come to India on a business visa. Initially, they would export garments from Mumbai to their country. However, when their business would fail, they would trade drugs for easy money.'
'Apart from drug smuggling, several Nigerians were also arrested for online cheating, credit card and debit card frauds among others,' he added