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Friday, September 8, 2017

Anambra Elections: Dr Chris Okafor under pressure from CIA to Run



A group of Concerned Indigenes of Anambra have called on Dr. Chris Okafor to contest the Governorship elections in Anambra State.
Dr. Chris Okafor is the General Overseer of the Mountain of Liberation and Miracle Ministries, a.k.a Liberation City. The popular preacher who is known for his unrivaled prophetic accuracy and point-blankness on National Issues, has by his prophecies elevated many politicians to the seats of power. He is currently the personal spiritual adviser to scores of Nigerian State Governors, Senators, Ministers, and presidents in numerous countries around the world.
The group, Concerned Indigenes of Anambra (CIA) disclosed that they had been on his tale for a little over one year, persuading him to run in the 2017 Gubernatorial Elections in Anambra State,  as his candidacy, according to them, was bound to transform Anambra for good. The group lamented their frustration in getting Dr. Okafor to see through their reasoning,  wondering why he feels too comfortable being just a pastor while his homeland suffers from gross leadership deficits.
CIA insists that Dr. Okafor's visionary leadership and extreme prophetic endowments are some of the rare qualifications that stand him out from the crowd. They believe that men of God like Dr. Chris Okafor should stop shying away from politics and start getting involved in political leadership. CIA believes that Dr. Okafor's attitude is the reason criminals have invaded the seat of power all over Nigeria.  They claimed that if Bishop Mike Okonkwo wasn't as old, that they would've approached him as well. According to the CIA leadership "we are tired of politicians, not only in Anambra but in the whole Igbo Land. We need men of God who are seasoned, tested and trusted to come and take over power. They don't have to have experience. We will back them up. We know how to mobilize the people. I wish Dr. Chris would listen to us. There is a ticket waiting for him. Anambrarians will be too blessed to have him as our Governor"
Whether Dr. Okafor will honor the CIA with a response is topic for another day, but CIA  has vowed to increase their pressure on Dr. Okafor until somehow they're able to make a politician out of the fiery preacher.
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Delta seals 12 companies over tax liabilities



Ifeanyi Okowa, Delta State Governor
                                 Ifeanyi Okowa, Delta State Governor
By Edeki Igafe
The Delta Board of Internal Revenue (DBIR) on Friday sealed 12 companies, hotels and schools in Warri, over tax liabilities.
According to Mr Joel Ogege, DBIR’s Director (Enforcement and Compliance), the companies were shut over accumulated Personal Income Tax liabilities totaling more than N10 million.
Ogege, who led the team, said that the tax liabilities ranged from between N500,000 to N3 million.
“We were left with no option after the defaulters ignored several notices, including Court orders,” he said.
He said that the exercise was smooth except in one company where his team encountered resistance.
The official said that it was unlawful to resist a government order or harass revenue officials, and declared that the matter would be taken to court.
He said that the exercise was continuous, stressing that no defaulter would be spared.
Among outfits sealed were oil and gas firms, private schools, supermarkets and hotels.
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Wanted: A restructuring of Nigerian minds

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Some Nigerians protesting in August: there is need to restructure the minds as well
By FEMI ADESINA
Hearing some Nigerians speak (whether based at home or in the Diaspora) you discern that they are “in the gall of bitterness and in the bondage of iniquity.” They spew out things that give them away as “whited sepulchers, which indeed appear beautiful outward, but are within full of dead men’s bones.”
What happened to grace? Where did decency disappear to? Are words not to be seasoned with salt again? What has happened to us as a people? The more rotten, the better, it seems. The fouler and odoriferous the cesspit, the more attractive, followed by applause. That seems to be the philosophy of some people today, and it doesn’t matter who they are. High or low. But we cannot continue that way, if we want to be acceptable to God, and to our fellow human beings. National development does not come by a sudden flight. You work at it.
The sing-song in the country today is restructuring of the polity. We want more states. We want a return to regional structure. We want a revision of the revenue allocation formula. We want six vice presidents, one from each geo-political zone. We want those zones to be the federating units, rather than the states. And so on, and so forth.
In fact, so loud is the cacophony of voices over restructuring that if you ask 100 people what they mean, they give you 100 different explanations. But as a country, I believe we will get there someday. And soon.
However, is political restructuring the most urgent thing Nigeria needs now? I don’t think so. For me, what is more urgent is the restructuring of the Nigerian mind. A mind that sees the country as one, that believes that we have a future and a hope, that believes that we are one people under God. But what we see now is ruinous for any country. It is hemlock, bound to poison the entire polity, and send it to a premature perdition.
The National Bureau of Statistics announced our descent into recession. They embraced the news, almost with sickening glee. Now, the same agency has announced exit, and they begin to question its impartiality. What kind of people are they? They want to hear only bad news? May their minds be restructured, lest bad news dog their footsteps

On Tuesday, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) announced that we had exited from economic recession. It was cheery news for majority of Nigerians, save for those in the gall of bitterness. They spat in the sky, and collected the spittle with their faces. Who gave Nigeria the permission to exit recession? Who gave her the audacity of hope? How can the economy attempt to rebound, when it should sink deeper and deeper into the miry clay? They were in the doldrums, unhappy because good news came for the country. In their befuddled minds, Nigeria must never see a silver lining in the sky.
The ravening clouds must ever remain victorious, must forever possess the sky, simply because of primordial reasons. The party in power is not my own, so why should Nigeria make progress under it? The President in office was not the one I voted for, so why should he succeed? He does not speak my language, he is not of my religion or ethnic stock, so why must Nigeria prosper under him? They, therefore, throw all sorts of tantrums, like a child whose lollipop is taken away, and attempt to rubbish the news on exit from recession. And those same people would canvass for a restructuring of the polity.
Big mistake. Wrong priority. They need to have their minds restructured first, so that they have goodwill towards their own country, and towards all men. Left to them, they wish that when NBS releases results for the next quarter, Nigeria should have gone back into recession. Filthy dreamers! Awful imaginations! They need a restructuring of their minds, and quickly, too.
Some people spend their lifetime expecting thunderstorms and hurricanes, so they never enjoy showers of blessing. Their addled minds expect negative news, so they never enjoy good tidings. They are the type that swallow poison, and then begin to hope that it will kill the person next door. Restructuring, restructuring, that is what such minds need.
Chase after him. If you catch up with him, kill him. If he outruns you, poison his footsteps. That is the chant in most parts of the country today. Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks. Hate has become their natural language. When they speak hateful words, they speak their native language, their mother tongue. Don’t mid the elevated offices they occupy now, or which they have occupied in the past.
They are in the throes, in the paroxysms of bitterness. Only a restructuring of the mind can save them. My dear senior friend, Ikemba Obosima, from Imo State, has good counsel for them, in a text message he sent to one of them recently, which he copied me:”Pain will follow him who speaks or acts with evil thoughts, as does the wheel of the foot of him who draws the cart. He is greater man who conquers self than he who kills a thousand men in war…Love will purify the heart of him who is beloved as truly as it purifies the heart of he who loves.” But will they listen? If they have not danced too far, and have not become like the dog fated to get lost, which refuses to hear the whistle of the hunter. Let them return home, to sanity.
The National Bureau of Statistics announced our descent into recession. They embraced the news, almost with sickening glee. Now, the same agency has announced exit, and they begin to question its impartiality. What kind of people are they? They want to hear only bad news? May their minds be restructured, lest bad news dog their footsteps. Malediction? Am I cursing anybody? Not at all. Just a warning, and a call to new attitude, new thoughts, new conduct. The things we expect have a way of coming upon us. Ask the biblical Job. “What I feared has come upon me. What I dreaded has happened to me.”(Job 3:25).
One of the characteristics of a hateful mind is that it conjures a lot of mischief, and purveys same as truth. And the gullible laps it up. During the health challenge of our dear President, a thing common to any mortal, big or small, of high or low estate, they filled the land with evil tidings. Oh, he is on life support machine. No, he is dead and long buried. He will never return to that office, I swear. And then, God did what He knows how to do best. He showed the Deus ex machina, His Invisible Hands. Now, the reputation of those people is hanging on life support. If only men would restructure their minds!
President Buhari says exit from recession is cheery news, but until the life of the average Nigerian is positively touched by the economy, he doesn’t consider the job done. Very good. Even the NBS, which brought the good news, says the economy is still fragile, and the good work must continue, so that we don’t slide back. That is exactly what this government would do. That is the motive behind the ERGP (Economic Reconstruction and Growth Plan). So, let nobody be filled with diabolic thoughts. Government does not feel it is there yet. Action stations! All hands on deck.
A final word for haters, wailers, purveyors of fake news, or whatever you choose to call them. Evil minds wax worse and worse. A hater would envy others unnecessarily. He would conjure evil thoughts that would poison his system. He would manifest all sorts of negative tendencies that turn him into a proper child of the Devil. And at the end of it all, his master welcomes him home with open arms. “Abandon hope all ye who enter here.” (Dante’s Inferno). And there will be plenty weeping, and gnashing of teeth.
*Adesina is Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari.
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Love, not money, is everything – Kissdaniel


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The United Nations says cholera is spreading rapidly through IDP camps





The United Nations says cholera is spreading rapidly through IDP camps sheltering people displaced by Boko Haram in north-eastern Nigeria.

According to the UN, more than 530 suspected cases had been registered in camps in Borno state, three times the number reported five days earlier and more than 20 people have died.

Last month the Nigeria Humanitarian Fund, which is managed by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, allocated $10.5m (£8m) for life-saving assistance to the most vulnerable. Nearly two million people have been displaced by the conflict between Boko Haram militants and government forces.
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Nigerian pastor allegedly resurrects, days after being declared dead in Rivers State

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Basketmouth releases his childhood pictures to address the viral “before and after” photo of him

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OAU SUG excos fight over N3.8m, Vice President beaten up, Director of Social stabbed


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Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Students’ Union Vice President, Jacob Tosin ( Emerald ) and the Director of Social, Adedayo Afolabi ( Lamba ) fought dirty on Tuesday, 5th of September, 2017 at the CEC meeting that held at the office of the President of the Union, Oyekan Ibukun.
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Investigation revealed that the kerfuffle is connected to N3.8 million Students’ Union backlog fund released by the University management on Thursday, 31st of August, 2017.
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It was gathered that the council resolved to embark on some projects with the backlog fund which include; refurbishment of union library and construction of SUB relaxation centre, while the Vice President, Emerald expressed her displeasure over the decision because they declined her proposal.
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The Welfare Director of the Union, Ajiboye Adekanmi, said: “The Vice President was not pleased with the decision because we denied her the funds for fresher’s package.
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We told her to wait for the disbursement of of 2016/17 session but she flared up. While she proceeded to the door to exit the meeting, Lamba engaged her but she raised alarm of harassment.
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Emerald attacked Lamba first before he retaliated. Later, she opened the fridge of the president but could not find any bottle except a malt bottle on the shelf which she broke to attack Lamba.
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When both party engaged in another round of physical combat, Lamba headbutted the Vice President, Emerald. They both sustained injuries and they were taken to university health centre”, Welfare Director said.
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The Financial Secretary of the Union, Omisakin Kehinde also shared story related to that of the Welfare Director. “Emerald raised the issue of fresher’s package which was discarded since she already has N1.4 million in her proposed budget.
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She got vexed. While trying to leave, Lamba blocked her but she slapped Lamba. Emerald broke a bottle and charged at Lamba while Lamba also headbutted her,” Omisakin stated.
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In a telephone conversation, Lamba revealed that he only prevented the VP from going out, which led to the saga. The University Acting Chief Security Officer, Mr. O. Babatunde who said the Vice Chancellor had ordered the security unit to investigate the incident and file comprehensive report to his office.
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They’re usual suspects, says Indian man who filed false robbery report against 4 Nigerians



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The Gautam Buddh Nagar Police on Sunday arrested a 24-year old cab driver for registering a fake case against four Nigerians alleging that they stole his car.
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The accused Ankur Kumar, was arrested and the white Wagon-R was recovered from his possession. The accused told police that he had failed to pay the EMI following which he concocted the plot.
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Amit Kumar Shrivastava, CO Greater Noida-I, said that the accused had got the cab from cab aggregator Ola in April 2017. He had paid Rs 25,000 non-refundable money as down payment and Rs 950 per day for a fixed tenure.
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The accused worked for some months for the company, and later found himself in trouble due to insufficient bookings. Meanwhile, on Wednesday night, he made a phone call to police and reported that four Nigerians booked his cab and stole it.
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“They dumped me near Ryan International School and fled with the car,” Ankur told police. Police officers sensed a foul play and called him in for questioning. However, he switched off his phone and went incommunicado.
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Police launched a search and arrested him along with the same cab on Sunday. He then confessed to have registered a fake case. “I was burdened and was unable to pay the EMI due to low bookings.
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I visited a friend and secretly made a fake booking using his phone. Then I came to Greater Noida and parked the car in a friend’s place and faked the robbery,” Ankur said. He said that he got married last year and his wife was expecting in a few days.
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“It was also difficult for me to meet the medical expenses. I concocted the plot to evade EMI and recuse myself,” he said. When asked why he named Nigerian for the incident, he said that the Nigerians are usual suspects.
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“I thought police will believe my narrative and I will escape from this mess,” he added. An FIR under Section 420, 482, 472 and 182 of IPC has been registered against the accused. “He was arraigned and sent to judicial custody on Monday,” said police.
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50 Cent’s first babymama, Shaniqua Thompson, calls him weak for publicly disowning their son, Marquis

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Police rearrest child killer who escaped from custody in Port Harcourt



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The Plateau state Police Command has apprehended the runaway ritual killer suspect in Rivers state, Ifeanyi Dike. The 23-year-old undergraduate of the University of Port Harcourt, killed eight-year-old Victory Chikamso Mezu and removed her body parts for ritual.
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He escaped from the custody of the State CID in Port Harcourt after being paraded at the Police Headquarters. A policeman, Sergeant Johnbosco Okorinize, is in prison custody for the escape.
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Another Catholic priest, Rev.Fr Daniel Onukwubeuka Nwankwo, shot right inside his parish in Lagos


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If you have to trap a man to marry you, then you have lost the plot. Ladies need to stop that rubbish – Toni Payne

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Father-of-3 loses his hand following an attack in Delta State



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One Peter Majemite Jolomi has lost his left hand, after being attacked by a man identified simply as Dimeyin. While giving an account of the incident, an eyewitness, Samuel Khalil, wrote: “The wickedness and inhumanity of Itsekiris to itsekiri.
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This happened at Otumara, Warri south west LGA; the leader of the delegation that brought this carnage upon Peter Majemite Jolomi who is a father of 3 Kids and a husband to a lovely woman, is alleged to be one Mr “GENTLE”and the man that CUT off the hand and head of this young man is COLLINS OMAGHOMI DIMEYIN who is loyal to the said GENTLE.”
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Mentally challenged woman delivers a baby boy by the roadside in Delta State




A mentally unstable woman has given birth to a bouncing baby boy in Sapele, Delta state, Sapele Oghenek reports.
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The lady was said to have been assisted by a roasted plantain seller who noticed that she was in labor. The Good Samaritan however noticed that the placenta refused to come out, prompting her to call for help.
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A doctor, Ugochuckwu, later arrived the scene and assisted her in delivering the baby safely, before being taken to the hospital, as her family were located. The baby has since been named Excel.
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Nigerian mom reveals how God saved her children from sudden death after their fence collapsed today


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We warned Buhari not to appoint Alhassan – El-Rufai



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Nasir el-Rufai, governor of Kaduna state, says supporters of President Buhari were not in support of his choice of Aisha Alhassan as a minister.
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Speaking with state house correspondents after meeting with the president on Friday, the governor said Alhassan has never been a supporter of Buhari. He said he was not surprised that the minister openly endorsed former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar.
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El-Rufai alleged that the minister voted against Buhari in the presidential primary election of the APC. Abubakar was among the five aspirants of the APC who sought the presidential ticket, which Buhari won eventually.
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“The minister of women affairs, Jummai Alhassan, was never in the Buhari camp. She did not support our candidates during the national convention, she didn’t vote for Buhari during the primary,” el-Rufai said.
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“Out of the largeness of the president’s heart and to encourage women, he picked her as a minister. What she has tried to do in Taraba (Alhassan contested the 2015 governorship election on the platform of APC) earned her being nominated as a minister. Many in Buhari camp did not support it but he overrode us.
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Her comments are not surprising. She has never been a supporter of the president. She has never believed in Buhari’s ideology. So, I am not surprised.”
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The governor maintained that she was entitled to her opinion and added that it was at the discretion of the president to either retain or replace her. “As a Nigerian, she has every right to express her views and support whoever she wants,” he said.
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“What I am saying is that Nigerians should not be surprised or shocked. This has always been her position because from time she has never supported Buharism or what Buhari stands for.
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Being part of Buhari government is a different thing, because government sets policies and if you are a minister you execute the policies. You can execute those policies while pursuing a different brand of politics.”
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Her comments are not surprising. She has never been a supporter of the president. She has never believed in Buhari’s ideology. So, I am not surprised.”
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The governor maintained that she was entitled to her opinion and added that it was at the discretion of the president to either retain or replace her. “As a Nigerian, she has every right to express her views and support whoever she wants,” he said.
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“What I am saying is that Nigerians should not be surprised or shocked. This has always been her position because from time she has never supported Buharism or what Buhari stands for.
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Being part of Buhari government is a different thing, because government sets policies and if you are a minister you execute the policies. You can execute those policies while pursuing a different brand of politics.”
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Husband impregnates wife’s sister, strangles baby after birth


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The police in Bayelsa State have arrested a 47-year-old man, Moses Otimba, for impregnating his wife’s younger sister, Joy Mathew, and killing the male child five days after birth, TheNation reports.
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Otimba was said to have asphyxiated the child to death and buried him in a shallow grave at a river bank. The suspect, reportedly executed act in connivance with the 19-year-old girl.
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The two have since been arrested. The Commissioner of Police, Bayelsa State Command, Mr. Asuquo Amba, said: ”The pregnant Joy was delivered of the baby by a traditional birth attendant at Amarata, Yenagoa on May 8, 2017.
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On May 13, 2017, Moses, Joy and the baby left the birth attendant and went across Swali bridge where Moses took the baby from her mother (Joy), went down the river shore, sniffed the baby to death and buried him in a shallow grave.”
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Amba said Joy, who claimed to be under the influence of ”some spirits”, disclosed the incident to her mother three months after the act. He said angered by the development, Joy’s mother reported the matter to the police.
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Amba said: ”The suspect, Moses Otimba, has confessed to the crime and Joy Matthew has also confessed on her alleged involvement in the murder of the baby. Investigation is ongoing.”
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Otimba, in his confessional statement said he killed the baby boy because he was ashamed to tell his wife (Glory) and his mother-in-law. He admitted killing the baby with the consent of Joy, after discussing his predicament with her.
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Otimba said: ”When I was carrying out the act, I was weeping and crying but I had no choice. I closed his nose and within some seconds, he stopped breathing. After that, I started regretting.
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The mother of the baby agreed that we should kill the baby. I told Joy that the situation was precarious for me and that I did not know how to tell my wife about the development. On that day, she was carrying the baby.
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She gladly gave me the baby to do whatever I wanted to do. My wife was not aware. But somehow, I did not know what happened. I learnt Joy told her mother who alerted the police and we were arrested.
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Man reveals how community policing helped him in apprehending some herdsmen that attacked him and killed a driver in Ogun State


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Country Music Hall of Famer, Don Williams, has died after a short illness. He was 78 years old.


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Man hijacks church member’s car with a year-old baby inside


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Kwara State police command arrested a middle aged man on Friday in Ilorin after he hijacked a car with a 12-month old baby on Thursday night, Tribune reports.
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The baby’s mother had agreed to help the man from her church to Diviland area of Gaa-Akanbi, when the incident happened. The man was said to have later hijacked the car with the baby inside and drove away.
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A manhunt was immediately launched by the police. It was learnt that the man later abandoned the baby at Akerebiata area and drove back to Asa Dam area, where he parked to spend the night with his girlfriend.
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Narrating her ordeal, the woman said: “We had just finished the communion service and then this man came up to me asking that I help him up to Diviland, which is just near my own house.
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I agreed to help him and just as I took the turn to our house immediately after Diviland, he brought out a knife and asked me to surrender the car.
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I struggled with him for sometime because I noticed that the knife he carried was not a very strong one but there was nobody to come to my aid. He later pushed me out and that was when people around realised something was wrong so they came but he had already sped off.”
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Pastor Paul Adefarasin’s wife, Ifeanyi, reveals that American pastor, T.D Jakes, is Igbo, as she presents him with a gift


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Senate reacts to Itse Sagay's claim that each senator earns N29m a month and N3bn per annum




Yesterday, chairman of the Presidential Action Committee on Anti-Corruption (PACAC), Itse Sagay, alleged that members of the Senate collect as much as N29 million as monthly salary which is N3 billion per annum. .
The Senate has now released a statement reacting to his claim. In the statement which was signed by Senate spokesperson, Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi, the legislators called on President Buhari to caution Sagay who they described as a loose cannon. According to Abdullahi, Sagay talks like a man who is constantly under the influence of some substance and perhaps possessed as he employs the language of a tout with no civility. Read the statement below
The Senate has urged President Buhari to rein in the chairman of the Presidential Action Committee on Anti-Corruption (PACAC), Professor Itse Sagay who it accused of spreading falsehood and making hate speeches against the National Assembly.
In a statement by its spokesman, Senator Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi, the Senate stated that Sagay was fond of using every opportunity he has to make public speeches to disparage the Federal Legislature by using uncouth and unprintable words to describe the legislators and the institution they represent.
He noted that Sagay had been one of the few divisive elements in the Buhari administration who believe their relevance is enhanced only when they create constant tension between the legislature and the executive while also setting members of the executives against each other.
Abdullahi noted that while the legislators had ignored past statements made by the Professor of law, his recent speech at a public lecture in Lagos organized by the Society of International Law where he gave false details about the salary and allowances of the legislators and the various bills passed bordered on inciting members of the public against the legislators and deliberately circulating hate speech; which the government is working hard to contain.
"Ordinarily, we would ignore Sagay whose statements and attitude present him like a rascal and sadist instead of a former university teacher. However, his last speech in Lagos during which he was reeling out false and exaggerated figures about the salaries nod allowances of legislators and also lied about the passage of anti-corruption bills showed that he just deliberately set out to undermine the legislative institution and lower its reputation in the estimation of right thinking members of the society and we therefore believe we should put him in his rightful place.
"As an academic whose creed should be to find facts and make comments based on truth, we believe that Sagay should stop spreading beer parlour rumours about the salaries and allowances of legislators when he could simply get the facts from the Revenue Mobilization and Fiscal Allocation Commission (RMFAC) which is the body constitutionally charged with the responsibility of fixing salaries and allowances of all public officials.
"Let us make it clear that our salaries and allowances are open books and the details can be taken from the RMFAC by any interested party.
"Prof. Sagay at his lecture in Lagos also made comparisons which did little credit to his background as a lecturer as he was talking of the salary of the United States President and that of a Nigerian legislator. That is like comparing oranges with apples. Only a senile, jaded, rustic and outdated Professor of Law like Sagay will make such a comparison which falls flat on its face, even to an ordinary lay man. Surely, Sagay is basing his analysis on street talks.
"Sagay could not even check the records before proclaiming that "the National Assembly has not passed a single bill for the promotion of anti-corruption war since it commenced business in July 2015". First, the 8th National Assembly was inaugurated on June 9, 2015 not July. Also, it is on record that the Senate has passed the Whistle Blowers' Protection Bill, Witness Protection Bill, Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Bill and the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Agency Bill.
"This man talks like a man who is constantly under the influence of some substance and perhaps possessed as he employs the language of a tout with no civility. He is probably constantly excited and incensed by the fact of having his first opportunity to find himself in the corridors of power.
" He pontificates and talks as if the war against corruption of the Buhari administration depends solely on him to survive. He once publicly attacked the Attorney General of the Federation and accused him of not doing enough to prosecute the war. In the Lagos speech, he took a blanket swipe at the judiciary and rubbished that entire institution which he as a lawyer has the professional, ethical and constitutional duty to respect.
"This is a man who cannot stand for Councilorship election and win. We challenge him to state what his contributions are in the election of our amiable President, Muhammadu Buhari and what new ideas he has contributed to making the fight against corruption more effective since his appointment. With an easily excited man like him as head of an advisory body, the nation has continued to lose anti-corruption cases in courts due to the failure of his advices. He needs to do more work and talk less because media prosecution cannot win the war on corruption", Abdullahi stated.
The Senate therefore called on the President to caution Sagay and stop him from further creating needless tension in the relationship between the executive and the legislature.
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Dr. Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi
Chairman, Senate Committee on Media and Public Affairs
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Hot Shots! Photos from Telemagic Group Annual Partner's Luncheon



On Saturday, September 2nd, 2017, Telemagic Group - A mobile VAS company and world class ICT Solutions developer in Africa founded in 1998, hosted its partners to yet another annual luncheon party at Lekki Phase 1.
Over the years, Telemagic Group has been successful in maintaining their position as the number one mobile VAS company in Nigeria and in doing so, they annually dedicate a luncheon party to appreciate their esteemed partners in the business for putting up a remarkable team effort and support.
The Founder and CEO Telemagic Group, Mr Eyo. E.E. Eyo sure put in a lot in ensuring the luncheon party was indeed a successful one as refreshments and entertainment were properly taken care of.
Popular Celebrities present at the event were; Iyanya, Fred Amata, Keppy Ekpenyong among others...See pictures below!
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