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Friday, 18 August 2017

MAN ARRESTED FOR USING CHARM TO BEAT HIS NEIGHBOUR TO DEATH IN OGUN STATE

The Ogun State Police Command has arrested one Olatunde Akapo, 32, for using a dangerous charm to beat his 42-year-old neighbour Augustine Ode to death.

A statement issued on Friday, August 18, by the spokesperson for the command, ASP Abimbola Oyeyemi, said the arrest follows a report by the brother to the deceased who reported at Ibogun Division that his brother was having a minor disagreement with his neighbor which degenerated to a fight and in the process, the suspect rushed into his room, came out with a charm with which he used to beat the deceased as a result of which the deceased fell down and subsequently kicked the bucket.

The DPO Ibogun Division, SP Nicholas Tamuno- Inam led detectives to the scene at Alapako Eke and the suspect was promptly arrested. The remains of the deceased has been deposited at Ifo General Hospital morgue for autopsy.

Meanwhile the Commissioner of Police, CP Ahmed Iliyasu has directed that the case be transferred to Homicide section of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation and prosecution of the suspect.

CATHOLIC CHURCH EXCOMMUNICATES A PRIEST WHO QUIT PRIESTHOOD

The Catholic Church in Nigeria has excommunicated a priest, Rev. Patrick Edet, who recently quit priesthood and stripped him of all power, rights and privileges accruing to a leader of the Church.

Recall that the popular priest, who served in the Catholic Diocese of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, had announced over a local radio station on August 2nd, that he was leaving the Catholic Church so he could be ‘free to serve God the way he wanted.’



In a general notice issued to parishioners on August 12, the Catholic Bishop of Uyo Diocese, John Ayah, advised them to stay away from Mr. Edet.

"I advise that no Catholic member should approach him to obtain any service or guidance henceforth in the name of the Church,” the bishop said.

"Any Catholic who attends his programme or identifies with him in any way does so at the risk of his or her Catholic faith and membership,” he said.

The Bishop said he was forwarding Mr. Edet’s resignation letter to Pope Francis for further directives on the matter.


Reverend Patrick Edet.  who ran a Pentecostal-style fellowship  in Uyo, said "..... Henceforth, I cease to be a Catholic Priest, in my spirit and in my soul... I forgive those who will criticize me, I live for God...I seek freedom for my soul. As I leave, I leave smiling, I AM SO HAPPY THAT I AM FREE".


“You cannot know God beyond that box. You cannot express God beyond that box. And any attempt for you to go beyond that box brings you label. The reason I am doing this is that I want to be right with God first. I want to go to heaven when I die,” he said.

PHOTOS: PASTOR ADEBOYE VISITS PRESIDENT BUHARI IN LONDON


BABATUNDE ADU: NIGERIAN SHOW PROMOTER JAILED FOR LAUNDERING IN THE U.K

Babatunde Adu aka T-moneyAdu or Alagapromoter, a Belvedere fraudster who laundered almost a million pounds in a year will spend more than six years behind bars.

 T-moneyAdu, was found to have a number of credit cards and fraudulent documents at his home during a police raid in October last year.

The raid was part of a week-long initiative to tackle card fraud, after intelligence suggested he had been using compromised cards to buy electronic goods with a value of up to £15,000 to sell on.

Police research revealed the 38-year-old owner of Bigfoot Records & Entz, had a bank account which had been used in 2014 to receive £50,000 from a romance fraud. Further analysis revealed a £900,000 turnover in a bank account the previous year.

A trial at Inner London Crown Court found Adu guilty of disguising criminal property on Tuesday, July 4, having already pleaded guilty to converting criminal property, possession of a fraudulently obtained identification document and fraud by false representation.

Detective Constable Damian Ward, of the Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU), said:

“Adu was a career fraudster who had falsely obtained money through a variety of means and I am delighted with this conviction.”

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PHOTOS:138 NIGERIANS DEPORTED FROM LIBYA

One hundred and thirty eight Nigerians were deported on Wednesday, 16th August from Libya .

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said the deportees comprise 106 female adults, three female children, eight male adults, 18 male children and three male infants.

 The deportees, NEMA officials said, were flown aboard an Airbus 320 with registration number ONO and flight number BRQ 189/190.

Yesterday’s deportation brings to 2,232 the number of Nigerians that have been deported from Libya since last year under a programme facilitated by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM)

Confirming the return of the 138 Nigerians yesterday, NEMA’s Director General Mustapha Maihajja said the activities of human traffickers and their conspirators were embarrassing Nigeria.

Thursday, 17 August 2017

"ODUNLADE ADEKOLA IS NOT THE FATHER OF MY BABY"~~BUKOLA ADEEYO CRIES OUT

Bukola who welcomed her daughter a few weeks ago, has come out to shut down rumors that married actor, Odunlade Adekola, is the father of her baby. She released a statement on her IG page. Read it below




PHOTOS: OGUN POLICE UNCOVER HUMAN PARTS IN CHURCH

Prophet Samuel Babatunde,77,  who is the founder of Cherubim and Seraphim Church, Itedo Isinmi Ayo Parish, Egan Road in Iyana-Iyesi area of Ota in Ogun state, has been arrested alongside three others, by men of the Ogun State Police command, after some human parts were discovered to have been buried inside his church premises.

Ahmed Iliyasu, Ogun state Commissioner of Police in the state, while parading the suspects yesterday, told newsmen that the men were arrested after a serial children kidnapper, Jeremiah Adeola, who was also arrested last Saturday, confessed that he abducts children and delivers them to the 77-year-old prophet. The police boss said a 43-year-old herbalist, Haruna Afolabi, worked with the suspects to bury the human parts at the entrance of the church.

"Operatives attached to the police Area Command in Ota on Sunday received technical intelligence about Adeola and eventually apprehended him. On the strength of the intelligence, detectives from Ota Area Command were detailed to effect the arrest of the suspect; and at about 10:20am of the date, their efforts paid off when the said Jeremiah Adeola was promptly arrested".

He added that after investigations have been concluded, the police charge the suspects to court.