Thursday, August 16, 2018

Policeman Grossly Humiliated, Arrested For Allegedly Extorting People (Photos+Video)



A police officer has been arrested in Imo state over alleged extortion. The policeman identified as Inspector Tom Edet of Nigeria Police Ihiagwa Division in Nekede, Imo State, was said to have collected N120,000 from an undercover official of Behind Bars Initiative.




It was gathered that the police inspector and his colleagues refused to release a young man who travelled from Delta to Imo State, as they reportedly detained him for days.

His family contacted Behind Bars Defenders because they couldn’t pay N400,000 demanded.

The officers were baited with the N120,000 bribe and they fell.



The policeman is currently in custody and his accomplice Seargent Bassey and Charity, are said to be on the run.





“Will Saraki’s Impeachment Reduce The Price Of A Bag Of Rice To N7,000” – Fayose Shades APC



Outgoing Governor of Ekiti State, under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Ayodele Fayose, has mocked the All Progressives Congress (APC) for its repeated statements targeted at impeaching the Senate President, Bukola Saraki.


He described the actions of the APC as capable of heating up the polity, stating that the party had shifted blame for its failure from former President Goodluck Jonathan to Saraki.

He also alluded to the unimportance of the threats of impeachment, noting that it was not capable of changing “the price of rice to N7,000 per bag that it was in 2015.”


A series of tweets via his handle, @GovAyoFayose, read: “It is appalling that after more than three years of blaming former President Goodluck Jonathan and the PDP for their failure, they have now shifted their blame to Senator Saraki.

“When a ruling party turns the removal of Senate President to its main agenda, the result is a heated polity. They are holding meetings upon meetings on Saraki’s impeachment as if removing the Senate President will reduce the price of rice to N7,000 per bag that it was in 2015.”

Graduating UNIOSUN female students dress in high school uniforms to celebrate their last examination (Photos)



Some graduating students of the Osun State University dressed in high school uniforms to celebrate their last examination at the higher institution.



Thompson Damilola Nancy and her colleagues who finished from the department of Political Science at the Osun State University in the South-western part of Nigeria dressed like secondary school students to write their final examination.

The expensive-looking young lady who has over 11,000 followers on her Instagram page rocked shirts, ties and shirts with lovely shoes along with her elated colleagues.

Their pictures are making the rounds online with several top commenters making inquiries about their love lives.


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“My husband wants to kill me with s3x, he demands it more than he does for food” – Nigerian lady cries out



A Grade “C” Customary Court in Iseyin, Oyo State, on Wednesday dissolved a seven-year-old marriage between one Baliki Oke and her husband, Arowolo, over the man’s incessant demand for s-x.


Baliki had approached the court in July seeking dissolution of her marriage to Arowolo over his frequent s-x demand.

She told the court that the union had produced a six-year-old boy.

“My husband wants to kill me with s-x, he demands it more than he does for food, he wants to have s-x with me six times in a day before he gets satisfied.

“Arowolo goes to the farm very early in the morning and would not wait for me to bring his lunch.

“He will come home in the afternoon just to have s-x twice before he goes back to the farm and would still make demands when he returns at night.

“Anytime I try to resist him, he will beat me till I surrender.

“I have decided to quit for the sake of my life, I don’t want to die now, my lord, please dissolve this marriage,’’ she said.

Responding, Arowolo, who did not refute the claims of his estranged wife, told the court that he has a high s-x drive.



“I have worked very hard to solve this problem of incessant urge to no avail. The truth is that I can’t cope with life without s-x, I can’t work, eat or play, s-x is more important to me than anything else in life.

“I have been suffering since she packed out of our house about 10 days ago; I have not been going to work, I have begged her relatives to plead with her on my behalf,” he said.

Arowolo, who urged the court not to dissolve the marriage, also promised that he will check his urge for s-x if she returns.

Delivering judgment, the president of the court, Adelodun Raheem, said that all the efforts of the court to plead with the wife and her relatives to resolve the crisis did not yield a positive result.

Raheem, consequently, dissolved the marriage and granted the custody of their child to Baliki.

He ordered Arowolo to be paying N2,500 weekly to the court’s registrar for the child’s upkeep.

(NAN)

Man jailed for 2 years after neighbour he helped to hospital, died



A man was jailed for 2 years after he volunteered to take his sick neighbour, who later died, to the hospital. He was accused of murder by the deceased’s family members.


The man identified as Mr Chidiebere Onwumere, a native of Umuagbaghagha village in Osisioma local government area of Abia state, only got to be released after the intervention of a legal practitioner, Barr. Uzosike.


Narrating his ordeal to Abia Facts Newspaper after his release from Nigerian prisons in Afara, Umuahia on Tuesday, Mr Chidiebere who was full of praises to God for vindicating him after two years of suffering for a crime he knew nothing about, said it was in his bid to save a neighbour that caused him to suffer this injustice.


He said:

“I came back to where I was residing at Umujiji, Isiahia Osisioma around 6pm after 2 weeks in my village where I went to harvest and process palm fruits only to see my neighbour lying helpless and very weak and I decided to assist her to the hospital with the help of other neighbours since none of her blood relations was around”.



“A pastor who resides within the neigbourhood took us with his car to a nearby hospital called Shiloh hospital where the doctor after examining him asked us to deposit 5000 naira to enable him conduct a text that will determine exactly what was wrong with her, I and some other neighbours contributed the money and made the deposit, when the result came out the doctor told us that she was on substance overdose and was knocked out by the illegal substance, he assured us that he will treat her and she will be well again”.

“The next morning Mr Promise the elder brother to the deceased, arrived the hospital and insisted on taking her away to another hospital against the doctor’s advice, but he insisted and took her to an unknown destination”.

“After a few days Promise came back to our compound and took me to World Bank police station Aba where he handed me over to the police claiming that I beat her sister to death”.

“Despite pleas by neigbours and other relations of the deceased that my hands are clean and that there was a doctors report stating that their sister died of substance abuse, Promise insisted and filed a murder charge against me and I was arraigned on suit no. U/520c/2016 and remanded in prison custody since June 2016 till date if not for Barrister Jerry Uzosike who God used to vindicate and bring me out of prison today”.

Barrister Uzosike after leading Chidiebere out of prison asked him to go home to his family and reintegrate himself back into the society,insisting that the system must seek ways to not only address such injustice but design a befitting compensation for victims of injustice.

Female Corper Shows Off Her Mom Who Sold Fish To Sponsor Her Education



A female corper took to social media to appreciate her mum who sold fish to sponsor her education.


She shared a photo with her mum and she caotioned it:

“I can never be ashamed of my parents, I love my parents to the moon and back. Momma made me graduate with fish selling. Momma very soon I’ll give you a better tin doing, love you my world best mom”


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Detained Journalist Jones Abiri Freed After Two Years



Bayelsa-based journalist, Jones Abiri, who had been detained for more than two years by the Department of State Service (DSS), has been set free.

The journalist was released on Wednesday after he was said to have met his bail conditions.

There had been an outrage within and outside the country over Mr Abiri’s arrest and detention by the DSS.


The publisher of the Weekly Source Magazine was arrested on July 21, 2016, at his office in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital.

He was arrested for his alleged link to armed militancy in the Niger Delta region, an allegation he denied.

Two years after his arrest, he was not charged to court.

Following public outcry, however,Abiri was eventually charged with the offence on July 27, 2018, at the Chief Magistrate’s Court in Wuse Zone 2 in Abuja, the nation’s capital.

The court later granted him bail in the sum of N2 million and two sureties whom the court said must be civil servants not lower than level 12.

Last week, the court reviewed the journalist’s bail conditions, following an application by his lawyer who said they were too stringent for his client.
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