26 Jun 2017

Nigerian fake pastor caught burying a charm in a compound

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A fake pastor identified as pastor Osinachi Christopher from Abia state was humiliated and disgraced after he was allegedly caught while trying to bury a pot of charm in someone's compound at Nnobi area of Anambra state. According to the person who shared this, this is not the first time the pastor has done this.

Read what was shared by Uzochukwu Onuabuchi on Friday, June 23rd.

Wonders shall never end, this is pastor Osinachi Christopher from Isuochi Abia state. He was caught this evening with a pot of charm, he wanted to bury at someone's compound. which they will later bring out in the name of liberating the family. He even confess that he was working with one Pastor miracle ihuoma.

He even confessed that this fake Pastor miracle buried a pot of charm, in front of one shop that belongs to one woman that happens to be a wife to one makosa. The fake Pastor miracle later told the woman, that it was the former Pastor ebubedike that buried the charm. The fake Pastor just used this trick to chase the former Pastor ebubedike away. Ebubedike that God has been using mightly to do wonders there in Nnobi.

Well one thing I know in this life is that nothing is hidden under the sun. God has finally exposed the fake Pastor miracle ihuoma, that has ministry at makosas compound, in ifite Nnobi Anambra state. Hmmm my people beware of fake Pastors. like this fake Pastor osinachi on the photo and Pastor miracle ihuoma. Nawaoooo......
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Nollywood actor, Victor Eke has passed away

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Victor Eze was a highly respected stage actor and dancer. He was famous for his roles in numerous movies and dance productions, but most especially for his role as Alika in epic series, Fuji House of Commotion. 

The veteran actor died after a brief illness. God rest his soul and comfort his family.

Omg! See the kidnappers den discovered in Akure


A group of kidnappers were arrested at their den - uncompleted building at The Parliament Hotel junction beside Ondo State House of Assembly, Akure.

According to reports, a long rope suspected to be used by the kidnappers in hanging their victims was discovered.

Also, mattress cut into a size which they use to block the mouths of their victims whenever they want to cry out was found.

Other items discovered were empty bottles, clothes, shoes, women bras, pots, plates and spoons as well as cooking ground inside the building.

The suspects have been taken to the Ala Police station for interrogation. See more photos below...


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Mercy Aigbe - Walk out of your marriage if your partner is provoking you


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe who was a victim of domestic abuse and have been in and out of court with her husband Lanre Gentry who is facing an assault charge, has taken to Instagram to share a photo of a battered woman, with a message to those going through such.

According to Mercy Aigbe, 'If you feel your partner provokes you to the extent of bringing out that animal in you pls do yourself a favour by walking out of that marriage'.

Here's what she wrote;

"According to Human Rights Activist lawyer Emeka Uguwonye..... This woman was battered by her husband! How long are we going to condone this inhumane act for?
Some very shallow and evil minded fellows will say she must have done something to provoke the man!.......

For Christ Sake, if you are provoked can't you control yourself? Instead of killing your partner or rendering the person disabled! If you feel your partner provokes you to the extent of bringing out that animal in you pls do yourself a favour by walking out of that marriage ! ...... We should learn to control our anger as violence doesn't solve anything...... If you know you have anger management problems, pls get professional help!

Battery and Assault is a crime punishable under the law!
#learntocontrolyourself Join the #1in3Africa an initiative of her Royal Majesty @oloriwuraolaogunwusi ........#StopViolenceAgainstWomen ! Join us as we walk against Violence on June 30th by 10am! Start of point is Falomo Bridge by Awolowo Road!

Every woman should be empowered ........ The Sucess of a marriage should be a collaborative effort , Men pls stop expecting the woman to do all! Remember it is a partnership!"


Ooni Of Ife Educates - You Can Vote Your President Out If You Don’t Like Him

The Ooni of Ife, Adeyeye Ogunwusi, has told Nigerians to vote out their president, if they are not happy with his administration and retain him if they are pleased with him.

According to Dailypost, he stated this in an interview aired on The Osasu Show.

When asked what government must do to better the lot of the Nigerian youth, the Ooni was quoted to have said; “Why must it be government, government? Who is government? It is the people that are behind the government.

“If you are not happy with your president, you go for another election, and you will vote your president out. If you are happy with your president, you will continue with that government for them to be in power.

“Truth be told, we Nigerians don’t know our power yet. We don’t know our voting power, yet. Until we know it, we won’t stop complaining, especially the youth. Once we know it, we won’t complain again.

“My school of thought is let us, first of all, organise ourselves and let us talk positively about this country. Let us stop derogatory, hate speeches. Things that will continue to divide everybody further.”

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American citizen remanded in Kirikiri for allegedly duping 3 Nigerians of $565,000

An American citizen, Marco Ramirez, was on Thursday, June 22, remanded at the Kirikiri Maximum Prison by an Ikeja High Court for allegedly duping three Nigerians in a $565,000 green card and investment scam.

Ramirez, who was arrested and arraigned before Justice Josephine Oyefeso, by the EFCC, pleaded not guilty to the 16-count charge of obtaining money under false pretences leveled against him.

According to O. Aigboje, the EFCC prosecutor, Ramirez duped the managing director of three companies – USA Now Plc., Eagleford Instalodge Group and USA Now Capital Group between February 2013 and August 2013.

He fraudulently received $545,000 from Godson Echejue to invest in his company, Eagleford Instalodge Group, in order to procure an American green card (residence permit) for him (Echejue).
He also allegedly received $10,000 from Abubakar Umar through a non-existent investment programme in the US, which was billed to make Umar eligible to obtain an American passport.

The EFCC also accused Ramirez of illegally receiving 10,000 dollars from one Olukayode Sodimu under the pretext that the funds were facilitation fees with the American immigration services for an American green card.

The prosecutor urged the court to remand the defendant in prison pending his trial. But Ramirez's councel, Chukwudi Maduka urged the court to in EFCC custody and not in prisons, as he was on EFCC administrative bail.

However, the prosecutor said the EFCC facility was overstretched and asked that the defendant be kept in prison.

In her ruling, Justice Oyefeso ordered the defendant remanded in prison, noting that "the proper place for remand is prison. I so order"
The case was adjourned till July 3 for bail application hearing.

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Update! How a policewoman helped with the release of notorious kidnapper, Evans in 2006


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...Chukwudumeje Onuamadike, the kidnap baron, known as Evans, was allegedly arrested for armed robbery in 2006 but a policewoman helped him circumvent justice.

According to NAN, the police source who gave this revelation on Sunday, disclosed that seven members of Evans’ gang died while sharing their loot in Lagos state.

After attacking a commercial bank in the state, the gang members were said to have gone somewhere around the National Arts Theatre, Iganmu, to share the loot.

While sharing it, the suspects reportedly had a disagreement and shot at one another, leading to the deaths of seven of them.

“The then divisional police officer of Iponri police station, Yahaya Bello, now a deputy commissioner of police, said there was a serious incident involving some persons who shot at one another. He said about three of them had been arrested,” the source said.

“One of the members of the gang arrested then was Chukwudi Onuamadike, popularly known as Evans. If you look at his chest, I cannot remember whether it is the right or left side, there is a scar. It was as a result of the gunshot from his gang members that day.

“He bled and there was no way he could run away before the police came. The case was transferred to the Lagos state anti-robbery squad. We investigated and discovered that they were armed robbers.

“Evans led the team. We also went to Mbidi police station, Imo state, to carry out an investigation on them. We were able to arrest two other members of the gang. We then had five of them in police custody.

“There was a policewoman at the band section of the Police College, Lagos. She was known as Tina, a superintendent of police. She insisted that we should drop the case and that Onuamadike (Evans) was her brother.

“But when she was unable to achieve her aim, she travelled to Imo state. Not long after, we got a message from the Imo state police command that they had been searching for Evans and asked us to transfer the case to them so they could continue from where we stopped. Since that time, we did not hear anything. We heard he was later released there.”

The source said he identified Evans after he saw his pictures during the recent arrest, and that some of his colleagues at the time Evans was arrested then drew his attention to the recent development.

“We identified him only as Chukwudi. Some of the persons we worked together on the case also called me to draw my attention to the fact that he was the one arrested,” he said.

“He couldn’t have been the only person released. The request was that we should transfer the case to them. We sent him and two members of his gang to the command. There is a hotel in Okota area where they used to meet to share their loot.

“The owner of the hotel was their friend. There was a time they robbed three banks in Alaba International Market in 2005. They also looted shops there. One of the owners of the shop complained to the police and we carried out an investigation.

“We discovered that some of the items stolen in the man’s shop were digital cameras. We traced the cameras to the hotel and into the office of the hotel owner. It was then that ‘big men’ started calling from everywhere that we should drop the charges against them.

“The owner of the hotel was later killed by the robbers, following a disagreement. His body was dumped by the roadside in one of the states in the east some time ago.”

The source expressed fear that if Evans was not properly investigated and prosecuted, he could form a terrorist group.

“The best way to handle his case is for the police to do their work. They should do a proper investigation. If it will take four months to investigate him, they should do so. He has links in South Africa, Ghana, etc,” he said.

“I know him. Bank robbery and hijacking of bullion vans was easy for him and his gang members. He did not hesitate to shoot any member of his gang suspected of foul play.”

NAN said the inspector-general of police intelligence response team that arrested Evans confirmed all the allegations of the source.

Update! See the gunshot scar, Kinapper Evans got in 2006 for robbery

Suspected kidnap kingpin Chukwudumeje George Onwuamadike (aka Evans) has confessed that the gunshot scar on his shoulder came from the injury he sustained during a 2006 bank robbery in Lagos.

This is contrary to his earlier claim that he got the injury during a fracas following a drug business in South Africa in 2007.
Evans, who was confronted with a newspaper interview that indicated the scar was as a result of a gun duel between him and his gang members at the National Theatre in Surulere, Lagos Mainland, admitted that he lied earlier.

According to the suspect, he and his gang members robbed a bank in 2006. While sharing the loot, there was a disagreement, which led to a fight.

He admitted that they started shooting themselves, adding that many of the robbers died. He was seriously injured and abandoned by the others.

The kingpin also admitted that he was arrested by the police, adding that he and two others were transferred to the Imo State Police Command, where they were released.

The officer in charge of the Inspector General of Police’ (IGP) Intelligence Response Team (IRT), Abba Kyari, an Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), said: “Evans was confronted with the interview on Sunday and he admitted that the bullet wounds are from disagreement over sharing of loot after bank robbery in Lagos in 2006. They shot one another and many gang members died while Evans survived with bullet wounds.”

A Superintendent of Police with the Band section of the Police College in Lagos, simply identified as Tina, reportedly sought to get the case being put together against Evans after the bank robbery dropped. Her attempt was rebuffed.

She reportedly travelled to Owerri from where a report was sent requesting the transfer of Evans to the command because of another case he was involved in, which they claimed was under investigation.

The kingpin was quietly released inOwerri. Tina is believed to be related to Evans’ mother.

The Nation gathered that the police were out to fish out all those who participated in the 2006 release of Evans and two of his gang members. They are to be prosecuted.

It was also learnt that the police have begun a manhunt for another soldier said to be a member of Evans’ gang.

The soldier whose identity is yet to be revealed, it was gathered, was attached to one of the Army formations in Lagos.

A source said the police had the soldier’s names and pictures, adding that they would leave no stone unturned in arresting him.

“He should have been arrested on Saturday night but we believe he might have gone into hiding after his colleague, Victor Chukwunonso, was caught. That was why the police high command did not want to release information on the arrest of Chukwunonso because there are so many others being investigated.

“But I know he would be caught. Our bosses will simply approach army authorities with evidence and request that he be handed over to the police.

“It is true that they have started looking for that Tina woman and many other officers who were serving at the Imo State Command at that time that Evans was released. So many heads will roll in this matter.”

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Nigerian Mother Of Nine Caught For Alleged Human Trafficking

A National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons has arrested a 40-year-old woman, identified as one Mrs Halimatu Osifo, for alleged human trafficking in Oredo Local Government Area of Edo State.

It was learnt that the suspect, a mother of nine, was arrested in the Upper Sakponba area, after a tip off and in collaboration with operatives of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps on June 22.

It was gathered that Osifo, who hails from Igbanke community in Orhionmwon Local Government Area of the state, had recruited two young females whom promised to provide with lucrative jobs outside Nigeria.

The suspected was said to have sent the girls, aged 18 and 20 years, to her daughter, identified as one Blessing aka Stella, for prostitution in Togo.

After being subjected to the ordeals of prostitution, the victims were said to have given up their earnings before they were rescued by the agency.

The Benin Zonal Commander of the agency, Mr. Nduka Nwanwenne, confirmed the arrest in a statement on Sunday.

“As soon as they (victims) arrived Togo, Blessing procured skimpy dresses and introduced them to prostitution and collected their earnings,” Nwanwenne stated.

He added, “Exhausted by the ordeals of prostitution, one of the girls, threw in the towel and said, ‘I will not prostitute again; if they want to kill me, I am ready to die.

” The girls had to hide some of their earnings to escape before being rescued by NAPTIP.”

According to him, the suspect would be arraigned in court while efforts were on to track down the suspect’s daughter and her recruiter, identified as Maxwell.

Reacting to the development, the Director-General of NAPTIP, Julie Okah-Donli, stated that the Agency would not relent expose human traffickers anywhere in the country.

Okah-Donli also noted that the agency was gathering intelligence in endemic communities in Nigeria with a view to getting the perpetrators out of business.

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Shocking! 12 yr old boy found guilty of murdering his 11 yr old 'girlfriend'

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A 12 year old Standard Three pupil was this week charged before Naivasha High Court judge Christine Meoli for killing his 11-year-old girlfriend identified as Mary Nduta in Magumu village in Kinangop, Kenya.
The boy(pictured with his lawyer) from Kinangop allegedly stabbed the girl to death on July 5, 2016,claiming that dark forces ordered him to stab the girl three times as the two had sex.

The High Court found the boy guilty of murder. He denied the charge and Justice Meoli directed that he be held at Engineer Police station in Kinangop until the 28th of July when the case will come up for mentioning.
However, the court ruled that the accused was experiencing a difficult childhood in a dysfunctional family and sent him to Kimumu junior probation hostels for three years.
In his defence the boy, who was represented by lawyer Francis Mburu, said dark forces directed him to stab the girl.
The boy told the court that he was getting intimate with the girl when a tall man armed with a machete and a shiny knife appeared and ordered him to kill her. After stabbing the girl, the boy confessed to her sister.
But in her ruling, the court dismissed the boy’s defence describing it as incredible. The judge ruled that from evidence adduced in court, the girl could have rebuffed the boy’s advances leading to the fatal attack.
Meoli noted that minutes before she died, the girl told her relatives the person who had stabbed her.
On the accused defence that a mysterious man dressed in a dark cap appeared to him before the incident, the judge termed it as fiction and an invention of the minor.
She added that during the trial, the boy was careful to cover any loopholes describing him as having a fertile but corrupted imagination.
“The accused defence is unbelievable, conjured to absolve him and the prosecution has proven the case beyond any reasonable doubt,” she said.
The judge noted that it would be unfair to return the minor back to the harsh background that he had been raised in, adding that he need counseling and education.
There is no need to send the boy back to the dysfunctional background but to a place where he can be rehabilitated," she ruled.

Source: Standard Kenya