Wednesday, September 20, 2017

‘IPOB crisis is bigger than Boko Haram’ – Gov. Shettima
The Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB separatist crisis being spearheaded by Nnamdi Kanu is bigger than the activities of the deadly terrorist group Boko Haram, Borno State Governor Kashim Shettima has said.

No fewer than 20, 000 people are believed to have been killed by Boko Haram since the Islamist sect started its attacks in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa state, especially and partly in Abuja and some other parts of the country about eight years ago.

Thousands of others have been maimed by the sect that was also responsible for the infamous abduction of 276 Chibok schoolgirls in April 2014. More than 100 of the girls are still in the sect’s custody.

Thousands of others abducted by the sect remain unaccounted for.

Speaking in Owerri on Monday night during a meeting with Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha, when he led a truce team of North’s governors to the state, Shettima said the threats posed by the Nnamdi Kanu-led secessionist IPOB to the nation’s survival are far bigger than those posed by Boko Haram.

He said it was for this reason that he had to leave the killings going on in his state behind to join Governor Aminu Tambuwal (Sokoto) Simon Lalong (Plateau) Aminu Bello Masari (Katsina) and Abubakar Atiku Bagudu (Kebbi), on visits to Abia, Rivers, and IMO, seeking peace.

“Only this morning, 25 people were killed in my state via explosions carried out by three suicide bombers, but I have to be on this mission because of what it means to the nation,” he said.
According to the nation, He noted that the huge population of Nigeria makes it imperative to avoid anything that could lead to war among its tribal groups, wondering which country would have the capacity to accommodate Nigerian refugees in the event of another civil war.

He said: “What we wanted to forestall actually was a mass movement of Nigerians from one part of the country to another. It was a very dangerous signal.
“We equally invite our brothers from the South East to visit some of the northern flashpoints like Kaduna, Kano, and Jos, and together we can talk to our Igbo brothers and sisters there to assure them of the safety of their lives and properties.

“Make or break, this country belongs to all of us. The population of Syria is a paltry 22 million. Only 2 million Syrian refugees are knocking on the doors of Europe and it is causing reverberation. How then do you perceive a situation where 35 million English-speaking Nigerians are knocking on the doors of Europe?
“That is why we have a moral obligation as stakeholders to make things work in this country. We are all part of the leadership challenges we are facing in this country, and none of us can exonerate him or herself from blame.
“Like I said earlier in Aba, the hope of the black man rests not with the hard-thinking South Africans or the obsequious Kenyans who are struggling to be more white than the white men, but with the people of this country.
“If you see an African walking on the streets of London and would not leave the way obsequiously for the white man to pass, you don’t need a soothsayer to tell you that that black man is a Nigerian.
“If we allow this country to implode, up is the Sahara Desert, Niger is already a failed state. The population of Niger is only 11 million while Kano has a population of about 30 million. We can eat up the entire food reserve of Niger Republic within a week.
“Down in the Atlantic Ocean and the tiny countries of Benin Republic, Togo and Senegal. Maybe some of us will migrate to Gambia. The entire food reserves of those tiny West African countries can be exhausted within two weeks.”
“While we were in Rivers, we were not opportune to address the northern community. But in Aba and Umuahia, we were able to do so and thank the governor, because the reports we got directly from the northerners residents in Umuahia, Governor Ikpeazu had solved 70 percent of their problems; that they had never had it so good of a governor that responded rapidly to the challenges they were facing in their communities.”
‘If your boyfriend refuses to suckk your v*gina, use your period to cook bitter leaf soup for him’ – Facebook user shocks
According to a Facebook user,

“My advice to every girl out Der, if your boyfriend refuses to suck ur Virgina Do u know what u will do,. use your period take cook bitter leaf soup for him. Since he wants to fuck but he can’t suck”

SMH! The things we see on the internet.
Two men in Warri fight over 5-month-old baby delivered by 18-year-old girl (photo)
Two men, Ajayi Tosin and Kesiena Tito are presently in contention over ownership of a five-month-old baby, Emmanuel Omkhode Ajayi in Warri, Delta State.

The duo is laying claim to the child delivered by an eighteen-year-old girl.

The matter deepened after Ajayi was allegedly arrested over the weekend following a petition of “Threat to Life” instituted by Kesiena to the Nigeria Police Area Command.

In an exclusive chat with DAILY POST, Tosin Ajayi, a twenty-three-year-old barber claimed to have cohabited with Blessing Iroroteh since 2015 before she delivered a bouncing boy this year, 2017 in his house.

Ajayi also claimed that his elder sister was responsible for the medical bills after Blessing was delivered of the baby, delivered.

He stressed that he has been catering to her and the baby, including her mother who came to nurse (Omugo) the baby for two months in his house at Nnewi Street, Akah Avenue in Effurun, Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State.

Ajayi noted that he did the naming as well as dedication ceremony in the presence of her mother who later whisked her (Blessing) away to the home of Kesiena Tito as the owner of the baby.

Ajayi said, “I was at home when Police came to arrest and took me to the Area Command.”

Ajayi alleged that he was forced to say that he was not the father of the baby at the Police Station by Kesiena’s family.

He added that he was even forced to take N100,000, sign an undertaking to forfeit the child by the Kesiena’s family stressing that, “they even said I should swear affidavit” but I rejected it.

Ajayi insisted that he was the owner of the baby boy saying, “I am the owner of the baby. I don’t want to sell my child. They should go ahead with the DNA but that other man should pay for it.”

In a contrary view, Kesiena Tito claimed to have dated Blessing, mother of the contending baby boy for five years pointing out that they separated ten months ago over an unresolved issue before she was delivered of the baby at Ajayi’s house.

Kesiena who hails from Ophorigbala Community, Ughelli South Local Government Area stated that he has been responsible for the education of Blessing all these years.

Kesiena insisted that he is the owner of the child saying, “We were dating before for the past five years before she left me for. The baby is my own.”

Blessing Iroroteh stated that she left Kesiena’s house to Ajayi’s house because she felt he (Kesiena)will not accept the pregnancy and the baby.

Blessing also stated that her mother was aware that the child does not belong to Ajayi but she came there to do “Omugo” and partook in the dedication.

DAILY POST gathered, however, that the Police at the Area Command in Warri has ordered that DNA be carried out to ascertain the true owner of the child or that the matter is referred to court.
Cult members shoot UNIUYO final year student
Suspected cult members have shot Mr. Stanley Mbanefo, a final year student of the Department of Geography, University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.

The incident was said to have taken place at the university community of Idak Okpo, Uyo, around 10.47pm on Monday.

Punch learned that the hoodlums, about five in number, invaded the community and shot the victim at a close range while he was trying to escape from a shop.

A witness, Chief Eno Clement, who is the chairman of Idap Okpo Community Development Association, said the assailants shot Mbanefo in the arm.

He added that after the incident, some residents the community rushed the victim to a hospital in the area.

He said, “They shot him in the arm and we rushed him to a hospital.”

Another witness, Eno Sunday, said doctors at the hospital had been battling to extract pellets from the victim’s arm.

She said Mbanefo was preparing for his national youth service in November before the attack.

At the hospital, a doctor, who did not want her name in print, said, “We have so far removed 14 pellets, while the patient has received blood transfusions because as of the time he was brought here, he had lost a lot of blood.”

A woman, who identified herself simply as Ekaette, said the hoodlums also attacked shop owners in the area.

“They (the cult members) commanded us to lie face down before they started stealing our things, including cash, mobile phones, and laptops,” she said.
The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Chukwu Ikechukwu, promised to give details of the incident later.

He urged members of the society to partner the police to rid the society of criminal elements.
‘I don’t know number of people I’ve killed with my drugs’ – Fake doctor confesses in Lagos
A 42-year old fake doctor, John Anopuem has confessed that he gave drugs to patients without prescription as such he could not say the number of the patients that may have died in the process of using those drugs.

He also confessed that he administered drugs through guesswork. Sometimes it worked and at other times it was harmful to the patients which might result in death.

The Orlu Imo State-born was arrested and paraded by the State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Imohimi Edgar at Ikeja, Lagos.

P.M.EXPRESS reports that the suspect was arrested at his store located at Seriki Aro Street in Ikeja where the police also recovered some suspicious drugs as exhibits. Some of the drugs recovered from the suspects include Emzolin, Tuxils, Codeine and many others.

Parading the suspect with other criminals, Edgar said it was one of the efforts the police was making to make the state crime free that led to the arrest of the suspect. P.M.EXPRESS spoke with the suspect and he admitted that he was actually selling those drugs without giving normal prescription as recommended. “It was a mistake I made and I could not say it was not harmful and I cannot confirm the number of the patients that may have died as a result of the wrong prescription of the drugs.” He said. He said if he was given another opportunity, he would not do such and hoped he will settle the matter with the police. But contrarily, CP Edgar said the suspect will be charged to court after the conclusion of the investigation.
Mum’s hidden camera ‘catches nanny violently throwing baby into cot like rag doll’
A nanny is facing charges of attempted murder in Namibia after she was allegedly caught on camera violently throwing a baby into a cot. Scroll down to watch the graphic video. VIEWER’S DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

The child’s mother, Annemarie Theron had set up a hidden camera in her home after she noticed bruises on her nine-month-old daughter Laila’s neck, shoulders and under her feet.

Laila had been in the care of her nanny since May this year.

Footage captured by the camera appears to show the family’s nanny manhandling the tot, tossing her into her cot like a rag doll.

Devastated mum Annemarie told news websites Netwerk24 & Rekord:

“It was very emotional watching it. I refused to sleep, eat or drink for a couple of days afterward.
“It’s difficult to imagine how long this has been going on for. I can see Laila is so, so broken after everything.
“In July, I had noticed some marks under Laila’s feet but never suspected our nanny. In August, I noticed my baby had marks on her arms and neck.
“This was when I started to monitor the situation closely.
In the beginning of September, my husband, Johan was home for two days. He told me that Laila feared our nanny.”
Hence, the Theron family decided to install cameras.
Last week, Annemarie noticed that Laila had an egg-shaped bump on her forehead and her eyes were swollen from crying.

“The nanny told us that she fell out of her walker. If she was crying that badly, why did she not phone me?”
A friend assisted Annemarie in downloading an application that allowed her to see the footage from her phone.

Annemarie and her husband Johan informed police and the nanny was arrested on Friday.

She appeared in court on Monday to face charges of child abuse, assault, and attempted murder. She was denied bail and remanded in custody until October.

Annemarie told that the nanny requested a visit from her.

“I did go and see her. She asked me to forgive her. She said it only happened one time. If it only happened once, why all the bruises?
“My response was that I had a duty as a mother to look after my children. I told her that I could not forgive her.”

                                                    Annemarie, husband Johan and baby Laila

                      Nanny caught on tape abusing Laila

I had $x with my daughter to become rich’
A 55-year-old old man named Bashiru Adeyanju, has told a Magistrates’ Court in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, that he and two native doctors raped his teenage daughter because he wanted to become rich.

Adeyanju, who was arrested on September 11, confessed to raping the girl nine times for money ritual but insisted that he and the native doctors raped his 17-year-old daughter.

The accused, however, was not happy that he was the only one charged to court for the crime.
He said:

“We were three people that committed this crime, but I’m surprised that I was the only one police charged to court.”
But the magistrate, Mrs. Dolapo Akosile, said: “Don’t worry; others will soon be brought to court.”

According to the accused, he used a white handkerchief to wipe the private part of his daughter after having intercourse with her, as he was instructed by the witchdoctors, so that he could become rich.

The police prosecutor, Sergeant Monica Ikebuilo, told the court that Adeyanju violated Section 31(2) of the Ekiti State Child Rights Law. She sought an adjournment for issuance of legal advice from the office of the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP).

The plea of the accused was not taken as his counsel, Mr. Simon Ojo, pleaded for a date of adjournment from the court pending the issuance of the legal advice.

The magistrate remanded Adeyanju in prison pending advice from the DPP. She adjourned the case till October 12.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Nigerian man stabs friend to death over money in Kenya
A Nigerian was stabbed to death by a countryman in a dispute over money in Ruaka Town, Kiambaa sub-county, Kenya on Monday, 18th September.

An eyewitness said that the man pulled out a knife and stabbed his friend moments after arriving at his residence.

“The guy came over and they met at the gate. He stopped outside his friend’s car, knocked on the window, took out the knife and stabbed his friend in the chest,” a guard at the residence said.

Neighbors said the guard held the attacker and roughed him up, but was saved by police
 who arrived at the scene. They described the friends as secretive and reserved.
Police officers said the victim was stabbed several times on the chest following a confrontation over an unknown amount of money. The suspect is being held at Karuri police police station and the body of the victim was taken to Nairobi City Mortuary.
Watch video of his arrest below….

Monday, September 18, 2017

Man fatally shoots 34-year-old mother of his newborn son at home
A quick-tempered Queens man shot and killed the 34-year-old mother of his newborn son after the couple had a fight early Sunday, cops said.
The boyfriend, 31, blasted Luz Cuza in the head outside her home on 147th St. near 133rd Ave. in Jamaica at about 2 a.m., according to police. She was taken to Jamaica Hospital, where doctors tried in vain to save her.
Cops picked up the boyfriend, identified by sources as Robert Rodriguez, a short time later at 115th Ave. and 225th St. in Cambria Heights. They recovered a .40-caliber firearm, authorities said.
Suspect Robert Rodriguez is charged with murder, criminal possession of a weapon, criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal possession of marijuana. His arraignment was pending early Monday.

Cuza’s brother, Ray Garcia, was at home with his sister when the crazed boyfriend pulled the trigger. He said the couple had been arguing that night.

“I didn’t think he was going to hurt her because she just gave birth to his son, like, two months ago,” he said.
Garcia was in a separate room when he heard a shot ring out.

“When I go to the front, my sister is laying on the ground with her eyes almost popped out,” he said. “She was gasping for air.”
“When I saw that, I knew how much I loved my sister, because I started crying,” Garcia recalled, devastated.
“I said, ‘Don’t worry, I’m gonna save you.’ And I knocked on every neighbor’s house because I didn’t have my phone with me.”
One of the neighbors had already called 911, but the boyfriend had fled.

Police caught up with Rodriguez, who works as a parking attendant in Manhattan, soon after.

Cops said there had been no previous calls for domestic violence at the home.

Neighbors said the suspect’s mother came by every weekend to spend time with the child.

The investigation was ongoing Sunday.

Source: NYDaily
Son beats 81-year-old mother to death to please his wife in Egypt
The death of an elderly woman after she was ruthlessly beaten by her own son in Alexandria sparked outrage in Egypt, with many calling for severe punishment to her son.

The 81-year-old mother, Zeinab as-Sayyid Mahfouz, was beaten by her son to please his wife who had complained about her. He left her unconscious and bleeding in the hall of their residence and went out for dinner with his wife.

Her blood seeped outside the apartment door alarming the neighbors who broke into the house after no one opened the door for them.

Zeinab was bleeding when they found her and was immediately transferred to hospital, where she died of her injuries.

When the son and his wife learned what happened, they tried to flee but security forces detained the son who confessed to the crime.

Egyptians have taken to social media to demand justice for Zeinab and called on lawyers not to defend her “ungrateful” son.