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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

US Olympic gymnast, McKayla Maroney says team doctor started molesting her when she was 13

US Olympic gymnast, McKayla Maroney says team doctor started molesting her when she was 13
US Olympic gold winning gymnast, McKayla Maroney has alleged that she was molested by a former USA Gymnastics team doctor as she adds her voice to the #MeToo movement on social media where people are sharing experiences of sexual harassment and assault.

In a statement released on her Twitter page today, the 21 year old athlete alleged she was molested for years by former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, who is currently awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to federal child pornography charges.

“People should know that this is not just happening in Hollywood,” she wrote, in reference to the allegations about producer Harvey Weinstein. “It started when I was 13 years old, and it didn’t end until I left the sport. I had a dream to go to the Olympics, and the things that I had to endure to get there were unnecessary and disgusting.”

Maroney ended her involvement with the sport in 2016.



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Transgender soccer player has her application denied because she's too 'physical' to compete against biological females (Photos)




Transgender soccer player has her application denied because she

The Australian Football Women’s League has denied an application of a transgender soccer player because she's too 'physical' to compete against biological females.
Hannah Mouncey, 27, a former member of the Australian men's handball team, started “transitioning” in 2015 and ever since then she has participated in other Australian Football competitions against bio women.
She recently applied for the 2018 AFLW draft but her application was rejected, denying her the chance to take part in next year's Australian rules football professional women's league.
In its decision, the subcommittee said Mouncey, would have “an unreasonable advantage” over the smaller biological female players.
Transgender soccer player has her application denied because she
“The AFL has made a decision that the physical disparity between Hannah and other AFLW players is significant, in that it would have an effect on the AFLW competition and give rise to an unreasonable advantage,” an AFL statement read.
The subcommittee added: “This decision solely relates to Ms. Mouncey’s nomination for the 2018 AFLW draft and participation in the 2018 AFLW competition. Ms. Mouncey may nominate for future AFLW drafts and for registration in other Australian Football competitions.”
Reacting after her application was rejected, Mouncey said she was "extremely disappointed".
"While I am extremely disappointed with the AFL's decision regarding my participation in Wednesday's AFLW draft, I thank them for the genuine way in which they approached my situation.
"Despite not being able to take part in the draft, the AFL has given me the all clear to play for Ainslie next year in the AFL Canberra competition for which I am very grateful and look forward to doing in 2018, before hopefully being able to nominate for next year's draft".
 Transgender soccer player has her application denied because she
The AFL Players Association (AFLPA) are also not happy with AFL and have accused them of lacking "clear guidelines for transgender players".
Its statement added: "No athlete should face such confusion around their eligibility for an elite competition just days out from a draft."
According to BBC, Mouncey, who is 6ft 2in and weighs 15st 8lb, has played eight matches and kicked 17 goals for Ainslie in the Canberra Women's League.
          Transgender soccer player has her application denied because she
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Photo: Terry G's lookalike son resumes school in the UK



Photo: Terry G
The Proud father took to his Instagram page this evening to share the photo above!
Photo: Terry G
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Matthew Ashimolowo's son, Tobi and wife share a kiss as they celebrate their 3rd wedding anniversary





Tobi is one of the sons of popular clergyman, Matthew Ashimolowo. Tobi and his wife, Toyin,  are celebrating their 3rd wedding anniversary today October 18th. They got married in October 2014. They already have a daughter. Posting these photos of his family on IG, Tobi wrote
"Today I celebrate being married to my best friend, girlfriend and baby mama @teetomato_ for three years. I thank God for your life and how you have changed my world. I couldn’t have asked for a better wife and mother to our daughter. You are the most outstanding and loving mother to Kaylah. Blessings to us and many more years, children, grandchildren, grey hair (mine has already started to come) and exploits for the Kingdom of God! And just to let you know the sun, moon and the stars still wouldn’t be enough to pay your dowry!'. 
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"Cancer won": Wife posts heartbreaking tribute after husband dies of cancer one month after their wedding





"Cancer won": Wife posts heartbreaking tribute after husband dies of cancer one month after their wedding
A man diagnosed with a rare form of cancer has died just five weeks after his wedding and his heartbroken wife is telling of her grief at losing the love of her life and becoming a widow at only 26.
Paul Brame, 35, was told by doctors that he had a cancer in his liver so advanced and aggressive it was inoperable and non-curable. As expected, he was devastated by this news but thought there might be hope, so he and his wife Niah, 26, tried everything they could. 
The couple from Chelmsford, Essex, were told their only hope was palliative chemotherapy which could have halted or slowed the cancer's growth. They went about raising funds for his treatment but matters only worsened further as the tumor failed to shrink. The couple decided to marry before the illness overcame the 35-year-old shop manager. Five weeks after they were married, Paul's condition deteriorated rapidly. He died on Saturday following a rapid decline in his health.
His wife revealed the news in a heartbreaking Facebook post, saying: "It breaks my heart to have to write this a million more times than my first post. Deep breath... here goes… On Saturday October 14 at 8.20pm, the love of my life took his last breath which ended his pain and suffering. Paul's health deteriorated unexpectedly very quickly soon after I set up the fundraising. He developed further spread of the cancer to his bones but also pneumonia and possibly sepsis."

"Cancer won": Wife posts heartbreaking tribute after husband dies of cancer one month after their wedding
Mrs Brame has previously spoken about when Mr Brame found himself in excruciating pain on March 18, the day that her world changed forever.
She had said: "I was woken by Paul during the early hours with cries of excruciating pain in his right side and shortness of breath. I called an ambulance, he was reviewed with no concerns and told to monitor. Paul being Paul, woke up the following morning still in pain but continued to go to work as he didn't want to let his colleagues down even though he was doubled up in pain."
Paul, who was a store manager and buyer at Zagger on Bond Street in London, was in such pain he was only able to work for a few hours before coming home. A trip to the out-of-ours GP led to the initial diagnosis of gall stones in the liver which needed to be removed. But within 24 hours the couple were given the earth-shattering news that Mr Brame could have liver cancer.
Niah said: "I was standing beside Paul gripping his hand when the consultant came into the bay, drew the curtains and told us that at aged 35 years old Paul's scans were showing signs of cancer in his liver."
The couple were told to come back the next day, with both of them praying that there had been a terrible mistake.But when they returned to Broomfield Hospital, Mr Brame was told that his cancer, which had not revealed itself with any symptoms until that weekend, was incurable.
Shocked by the news, the couple went to their local pub, The Duke of Wellington, to try to digest the news. While at the pub, Paul decided to seize the moment to propose to Niah.

"Cancer won": Wife posts heartbreaking tribute after husband dies of cancer one month after their wedding
Mrs Brame said: "It was overwhelming, heart-wrenching but wonderful at the same time. It's not how I expected it to be but it was nonetheless amazing."
Paul and Niah had put off marriage and children so Niah could pursue her dream of becoming a midwife but his horrifying diagnosis shocked them into action. As they began to make plans for their wedding, Mr Brame received another devastating update from his doctors. They told him his full diagnosis was cholangiocarcinoma cancer of unknown primary origin with liver metastases. This meant that the source of the disease could not be found and had spread to the liver in such a vast amount that it was not only inoperable, it was incurable.
Mr Brame's type of cancer is more often seen in people over the age of 65. He was only 35. He went in for his first treatment in June where he developed blood clots in both lungs. Shortly after being discharged, he was back again admitted this time with pneumonia and larger clots in his lungs.
"Cancer won": Wife posts heartbreaking tribute after husband dies of cancer one month after their wedding
A scan at the end of July showed the cancer had not slowed and so another line of treatment was followed. Having been in hospital for a week, the pair decided it was time to get married promptly, as neither could stand the idea of him not being able to stand at the altar or enjoy the day.
They got married on September 10 at West Street Vineyard in Coggeshall, surrounded by their family and friends. 
 
"Cancer won": Wife posts heartbreaking tribute after husband dies of cancer one month after their wedding
Mrs Brame said: "It was more than I could have ever hoped it would be because he was so well and he was able to walk and talk and enjoy himself. I probably didn't have the normal feelings for a wedding day but still it was incredibly humbling and I'm so grateful we were able to do it."
With all options available on the NHS exhausted, Mrs Brame had been looking into other ways of treating her husband's illness.
She said last week: "If we could find the primary source it would give us a better chance at fighting it with the correct stuff, so more genetic tests need to be done that are again not offered by NHS. Immunotherapy is one possible new treatment for cancer and is offered through some clinical trials or private. It works by encouraging the immune system to fight rather than chemotherapy helping the body kill itself.'
"Cancer won": Wife posts heartbreaking tribute after husband dies of cancer one month after their wedding
Mr Brame had completely overhauled his diet, cutting out sugar and dairy, and was taking supplements and herbs. But he was also fighting a blocked bowel, fatigue, sickness, constant nose bleeds, as well as extreme weight loss. 
"Cancer won": Wife posts heartbreaking tribute after husband dies of cancer one month after their wedding
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19-year old boy stabs his younger siblings to death and injures dad so he could be alone



19-year old boy stabs his younger siblings to death and injures dad?so he could be alone
A 19-year-old teenager, Malik Vincent Murphy accused of stabbing his two young siblings to death and wounded his father in Colorado, told investigators he carried out the attack so he could be alone in the house.

According to reports, officers called to the home early on Tuesday found the 5-year-old girl and 7-year-old boy, along with the father of all three siblings covered in blood.

Officers tried to save the children, who later died at a hospital. The father, Jefferson Murphy, told investigators he was sleeping in his bedroom with his wife when he heard screaming in the basement. He said when he went to check things out, he saw his son stabbing his younger children.

The dad is in serious but stable condition after he was stabbed during the confrontation with his son who was arrested on suspicion of two counts of first-degree murder.

The father told investigators that this son had previously talked about killing the family. Malik Murphy had been arrested in Illinois in March and accused of setting fire to his parents' sport utility vehicle. The parents told authorities that Murphy had severe mental health problems and they did not want him to prosecuted in the fire, Effingham County State's Attorney Bryan Kibler told WXEF-FM. Kibler said authorities agreed to dismiss the case if the teen got treatment.
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Nigerian model opposes gender equality because it will make women start returning their husbands’ slaps

Nigerian model opposes gender equality because it will make women start returning their husbands’ slaps. check his instagram page below:



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Gabrielle Union steps out looking gorgeous in bold tropical two-piece after admitting she was raped at gunpoint





Gabrielle Union steps out looking gorgeous in bold tropical two-piece after admitting she was raped at gunpoint
If there's one person who looks nothing like what she's been through, it's actress Gabrielle Union.
The 44-year-old was all smiles as she arrived at her New York hotel. Earlier in the day, she had been a guest on Good Morning America where she made the heartbreaking revelation that she had been raped at gunpoint when she was 19. 
But Gabrielle Union looked the picture of strength as she arrived at her New York hotel after a book discussion in the city on Tuesday.  She looked absolutely gorgeous in a stylish, tropical co-ord which comprised of a billowing shirt and trousers emblazoned with a jazzy palm tree motif and contrasting stripe detailing.  She paired the outfit with platform brogues.
More photos below. 
Gabrielle Union steps out looking gorgeous in bold tropical two-piece after admitting she was raped at gunpoint
Gabrielle Union steps out looking gorgeous in bold tropical two-piece after admitting she was raped at gunpoint
Gabrielle Union steps out looking gorgeous in bold tropical two-piece after admitting she was raped at gunpoint
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England FA apologises to Eniola Aluko after her former coach made racist jibe about Ebola and her family in Nigeria



England FA apologises to Eniola Aluko after her former coach made racist jibe about Ebola and her family in Nigeria
The English FA has apologised to two England women's team players Eniola Aluko and Drew Spence after an internal investigation revealed that their former coach, Mark Sampson made discriminatory remarks towards them.
The FA bosses and Aluko faced a parliamentary inquiry on Wednesday, where former England coach Mark Sampson, 35, was found to have made "ill-judged attempts at humour" when speaking to players Eniola Aluko and Drew Spence.
Recall in August, the Chelsea Ladies star, who is the elder sister of Nigeria striker Sone Aluko, accused Mark Sampson of subjecting herself and her Nigerian family to a ‘racist’ jibe about the Ebola virus. (Read previous post here)
England FA apologises to Eniola Aluko after her former coach made racist jibe about Ebola and her family in Nigeria
She claimed Sampson made an inappropriate comment about her Nigerian family having Ebola before an England match in 2014.
And Spence, 24, alleged Sampson made remarks about the number of times she had been arrested in a racial light.
The allegations came at a time when Sampson was already under the spotlight for inappropriate behaviour during his time at Bristol Academy, which led to his departure from the national side.
In a statement, FA CEO Martin Glenn said he and his organisation wanted to "sincerely apologise" to Aluko and Spence.
"Based on new evidence submitted to independent barrister Katharine Newton, she has now found that they were both subject to discriminatory remarks made by an FA employee. This is not acceptable," he said.
He admitted there was "much to learn from this episode", that the FA needed a better way to support whistleblowers, and it was "regrettable" Aluko did not take part in Newton's initial investigation to the case.
Katherine Newton, who led the investigation, concluded that Sampson was "not a racist", and that Aluko had not been subjected to prolonged bullying.
Aluko explained she had not participated because she felt the first internal inquiry had been flawed.
At the hearing, MP Julie Elliott asked Glenn if he accepted the FA had failed in its duty of care to players.
Glenn: "We have clearly made mistakes."
Elliott: "You can't say you have failed in your duty of care. I think that speaks of volumes."
Sampson, 35, had earlier been cleared of wrongdoing by the internal inquiry, and Newton's initial report, following discrimination allegations made by England players, including Aluko.
He said his conscience was clear, and denied being a racist.
FA chairman Clarke accepted criticism around the recruitment of Sampson in 2013, saying: "What should have happened was a process of due diligence - which does happen now - but did not happen then."
He said there had been "systemic, historic failings" at the FA and added: "When I took the job, there was one other decent applicant. It's career death. I'm willing to risk my reputation to make it better. If it doesn't get better it's my fault."
Despite Sampson's sacking, Aluko who was dropped out of the England team after she made the allegation, is yet to be recalled by new boss Mo Marley.
Miss Aluko who was the first women’s player to appear as a pundit on Match of the Day, won 102 caps and scored 33 goals for her country, England. She was born in Lagos, Nigeria, but moved with her family to Birmingham in the West Midlands of England when she was a year old.
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Kenya top election official resigns and flee to US amid death threats

Kenya top election official resigns and flee to US amid death threats
Roselyn Akombe, a senior member of Kenya's electoral commission (IEBC) has resigned from her position and fled to the US amid death threats ahead of next week's presidential election re-run.
This comes a week after opposition leader Raila Odinga pulled out of the presidential election re-run after the Supreme Court annulled the result of the original 8 August poll, when current President Uhuru Kenyatta was declared winner, after finding irregularities and illegalities.
Speaking to BBC Newsday interview from New York, Ms.Akombe recalled the murder of the election commission's IT head, Chris Msando, before the August poll.
"You'll be suicidal to think that nothing will happen to you.I have never felt the kind of fear that I felt in my own country," Ms Akombe told the BBC.
According to her, the IEBC was under political "siege", unable to reach consensus or take any decisions.
Ms. Akombe said she left the IEBC because "the commission in its current state can surely not guarantee a credible election".
‘There is a very high likelihood that the mistakes that some of the presiding officers made during the last election will be repeated," she told the BBC.
She said IEBC members had been voting along partisan lines, without discussing different issues on merit and that commissioners and other IEBC personnel were facing intimidation by political actors and protesters.
Roselyn added that the death threats were anonymous threats, and she had been put under pressure to resign.
She said she did not "feel safe enough to be able to go home" in the foreseeable future.
IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati in a statement said he regretted Ms. Akombe's decision to quit and warned Kenya's political leaders not to "interfere with the process".
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My dad now uses us as case study – Christian marriage counselor’s daughter who ended up with a Muslim husband

My dad now uses us as case study – Christian marriage counselor’s daughter who ended up with a Muslim husband. read her instagram page below:




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“That’s why you’ll forever remain like a broom,” follower blasts Nigerian fashionista, Denola, over his response to a fan’s advise

check the response below.


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Actress Adesua releases “5 Spending Rules” for those who slay on credit and foolishly buy things to impress

check out her instagram handle.

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Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian shares new photo of daughter with Serena Williams


Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian shares new photo of daughter with Serena Williams

Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian shared a photo of him and Serena Williams' daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr, on Instagram.
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Members of Apostle Suleman's Omega Fire Ministry pictured rolling on the floor during church service




Members of Apostle Suleman
The same Pastor reportedly 'resurrected a dead child' few days ago.
Members of Apostle Suleman
Members of Apostle Suleman
Members of Apostle Suleman
Members of Apostle Suleman
Members of Apostle Suleman
Members of Apostle Suleman
Members of Apostle Suleman
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Grace Mugabe sues Lebanese businessman for failing to deliver the $1.35m diamond ring she ordered



Grace Mugabe sues Lebanese businessman for failing to deliver the $1.35m diamond ring she ordered
Zimbabwe’s First Lady, Grace Mugabe is suing a Lebanese businessman for failing to deliver a $1.35m (£1m) diamond ring.

According to the country’s state-run Herald newspaper, Jamal Ahmed is said to have provided Mrs Mugabe with a ring worth $30,000 instead of the one she ordered.

It is the latest in the legal saga over the 100-carat ring that was meant to be President Robert Mugabe’s present to his wife for their 20th wedding anniversary.

Last year, Mr Ahmed took the first lady and her son from her first marriage to court after they seized three of his properties in a dispute over the ring. He said in court documents at the time that Mrs Mugabe had demanded a refund after the diamond ring, purchased in Dubai, was delivered to her after it had been polished by a third party.

When he failed to repay the money to an account in Dubai, even though he says it was remitted through a Zimbabwe bank, the first lady forcibly took over his houses. Mr Ahmed said he had suffered a "reign of terror and harassment" and was "verbally threatened, harassed, insulted" and told that he could not do anything about it "as the parties involved [Mrs Mugabe and her son] were in fact 'Zimbabwe'".

Last December, a judge ordered Mrs Mugabe to return the seized property. Now she is suing Mr Ahmed, who has a Zimbabwean residence permit and businesses in the country, for $1.23m to settle the alleged debt.
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Woman who had 18 miscarriages in 16 years gives birth to "dream baby" at 48



Woman who had 18 miscarriages in 16 years gives birth to "dream baby" at 48
A woman who suffered 18 miscarriages after her own body rejected her pregnancies has finally become a mother at 48.
Louise Warneford and her husband, Mark, 55, from Swindon in England, tried everything to have children. Over 16 years, they endured countless rounds of IVF, which cost around £80,000, before a specialist finally found the reason behind her miscarriages.
In 2010, she gave up on her dreams of having more kids. However, determined to find out what was wrong with her body for peace of mind, Louise decided to find a clinic who could finally diagnose her fertility problem. The breakthrough came when doctors identified that she had "killer cells" which meant her own body was destroying her embryos. The couple agreed to have one final try after a doctor told them a donor embryo might be successful. Fortunately, it worked and Louise gave birth to a healthy baby boy, William, at 37 weeks.
Woman who had 18 miscarriages in 16 years gives birth to "dream baby" at 48
Louise and Mark say people sometimes mistake them for baby William's grandparents but they don't mind and are over-the-moon to finally have a child of their own.
Louise explains: "Mark and I had been trying for a baby since I was 32. We'd suffered 18 miscarriages and spent £80,000 but looking at William now, it was all worth it. I'm not the spring chicken that I used to be and it does take me a while to chase him around the floor but it's worth it."
Woman who had 18 miscarriages in 16 years gives birth to "dream baby" at 48
The couple first met in 1999 and Louise immediately knew that Mark was "the one" that she wanted to start a family with. However, due to Mark's vasectomy from a previous relationship, the pair had to look for alternative ways to make Louise's dream of having a baby a reality.
She says: "We went to a fertility specialist to find out about the quickest way of conceiving, and they suggested a sperm insemination. So we found a donor who had the same attributes as Mark and I, and we went along with the process. I fell pregnant a number of times with the insemination, but every single time I ended up losing the baby around the 14-week scan mark as they couldn't find the heartbeat. Each time I got my hopes up and thought that 'this was it' and I was going to have the perfect family I'd always wanted - I couldn't stop crying every time I miscarried. We decided to try IVF but despite falling pregnant a number of times, we always lost the baby. It was a complete mystery why my body kept rejecting my baby at just a few weeks old but it was heart-breaking every single time."
Louis added: "There is no grief that can compare to losing a much loved and wanted baby - all your hopes and dreams are shattered."
In spite of the grief, she kept on trying different options but everytime it was the same outcome; she would get pregnant then suffer a miscarriage.
She said: "We'd even tried using an egg donor but that failed as well."
Woman who had 18 miscarriages in 16 years gives birth to "dream baby" at 48
Then the problem was diagnosed and she decided to give childbirth another try.
Louise said: "I met a specialist in maternal medicine called Doctor Shehata and he told me that I had killer cells in my body, which was why I couldn't hold a child. I told him I'd had 18 miscarriages and that I couldn't go through that again but he gave me the courage to have one more try. I didn't do anything until four years later, when I was 47 and I said to Mark that we had to try one more time before I was 50. This time, because I was too old for certain clinics in the UK, I decided to do my own research and had embryo donation in the Gynem Clinic in Prague."
The couple finally got pregnant when Louise was 47 and, despite a nerve-wrenching nine months, their son William was born healthy. 
Woman who had 18 miscarriages in 16 years gives birth to "dream baby" at 48
"He was born at 37 weeks through a planned C-section because I was told that there was a problem with the placenta. Although I couldn't enjoy my pregnancy, because I was constantly scared that I was going to lose him, it was completely worth it for my dream baby."
Louise is now sharing her story to provide help for anyone facing a similar situation to her and to raise discussion about miscarriages.
Louise said: "It was the toughest time in my life, but it's so worth it for our dream baby. We're a perfect family now and I finally feel complete - we even have a grandchild now, and at just ten months old, William, became an uncle. It was very expensive, and we spent £80,000 in total for fertility treatment, but we just put our life on hold for our dream baby. We saved the money over the 16 years of trying, and just didn't go out very often - we were very frugal, but we wanted a child more than we wanted money. We want people to know that it is doable and despite my multiple miscarriages and rounds of IVF, our dream baby was achievable."
Mr Hassan Shehata, Founder and Director of Centre for Reproductive Immunology and Pregnancy, said: "Natural killer (NK) cells are subtypes of white blood cells which are responsible for body defence. The NK cells are known to attack foreign bodies such as viruses independently and directly hence the name natural killer cells. In some women these NK cells can wrongly identify pregnancy as a foreign threat and attack it causing a miscarriage."
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Photo of President Buhari and his family enroute Turkey today



Photo of President Buhari and his family enroute Turkey today

As shared by his official photographer, Bayo Omoboriowo
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Photo: 17 year old girl drugged, raped and impregnated by her sister's boyfriend in Lagos



Photo: 17 year old girl drugged, raped and impregnated by her sister
17-year-old Ogechukwu, pictured right, accused her sister's boyfriend of raping her and getting her pregnant sometime in April this year. Ogechukwu's plight was brought to the public by the president of Behind Bars Initiative, Prince Harrison Gwamnishu. LIB reached out to Gwamnishu for details of the case and here is what he told us.

Ogechukwu moved to Lagos last year to live with her sister in the Ojo area of the state. Ogechukwu's sister sells clothes but also pimps girls for some men in the area.  The sister allegedly always wanted to introduce her into her line of business but she couldn't because Ogechukwu was a virgin. While celebrating her birthday in April this year, Ogechukwu said her sister gave her a glass of soft drink to take. She did not know that the drink had been mixed with a substance that would make her sleep. The next day, she woke up to see blood on her private part with her sister and her boyfriend around her. Ogechukwu said her sister told her that there is no big deal in her losing her virginity.
Ogechukwu, who is an indigene of Anambra state, left the sister's place in anger and went to her brother's home in Asaba where she informed him of what her older sister and boyfriend had done to her. Weeks later, Ogechuku discovered she was pregnant. She picked up a job as a teacher to support herself. Last Thursday, October 12th, her employer complained that over N60,000 was missing. Ogechukwu and two other persons were arrested. The other persons were able to bail themselves but Ogechukwu who couldn't afford the N15, 000 bail was remanded in the cell. 
Prince Harrison was at the station yesterday for another matter when he met the pregnant teenager. After hearing her story, he facilitated her release from police custody. Ogechukwu and her brother would be in Lagos soon to report the matter to the police and take legal action against her sister and her boyfriend.
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Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, erects a billboard to announce the banning of Nigab (face veil) and other immoral outfits

Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, erects a billboard to announce the banning of Nigab (face veil) and other immoral outfits. check the photos below:



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