Abuja Court convicts Polish woman, firm over N9m fraud


Today, Justice Abubakar Umar of a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, convicted Dora Gilmaska and her company, Icon Media and Marketing Agency Limited, after finding them guilty of one-count charge of fraud brought against them by EFCC.
Gilmaska was found guilty of forging and issuing a dud cheque of N9m to one Tayo Olugbemi, sometime in 2012. However, her sentencing has been reserved till October 4, 2016…. to allow for d completion of d renovation of her room at Kuje….

Edo election: Buhari has fulfilled his promise for free, fair election, says Amaechi

Minister of Transportation, Mr Chibuike Amaechi, says outcome of Edo poll is a fulfilment of President Muhammadu Buhari`s promise of ensuring free, fair and credible elections in the country. 
He stated this, today, at a rally in Rivers State. Amaechi said that after the March 19 rerun elections in Rivers, he reminded Buhari of his promise to conduct free and fair elections in the country.  
He said, “I went to the president because there were more guns in hands of criminals than Permanent Voter Cards in hands of peaceful people during the March 19 legislative rerun elections.
The president assured me that to signpost the fact that never again will electorate be held hostage by gunmen, watch out for Edo governorship election. If we have free, fair and credible election in Edo, then you take it that same will happen in Rivers.”…. of Babylon….

8-year-old boy grows his hair for 2 years to make wigs for kids with cancer

According to boredpanda, Thomas Moore made the decision after he saw his mom watching a video on Facebook about a girl who had lost her hair to cancer. He decided to start growing his hair out for kids who had lost theirs to chemotherapy.
By the time he was done with his project, Thomas, from Maryland, U.S, had enough hair to make three wigs. After he’d cut it all off, his aunt, Amber Ray, posted a before-and-after picture on Twitter, and it’s since been shared more than 62k times and liked by more than 122k people.

Release Nnamdi Kanu before he becomes a hero, Charles Soludo tells Buhari

The former Governor of CBN made the demand today at the presentation a book entitled, ‘The Politics of Biafra and the Future of Nigeria,’ written by Chudi Offodile, Punchng reports.
He said Kanu was not popular until security agents arrested him last year. He recalled that Chief Obafemi Awolowo was imprisoned for treason in the 1960s, but this caused him to be loved even more among the Yoruba.
Soludo said Kanu’s prolonged detention would make him a hero or a martyr, which would not stop the current Biafran agitation. He warned that if Kanu was not released, his detention could be used as a campaign tool in 2019, just as the pardoning of Ojukwu was used by Shagari to gain support in the 1980s…. n PDP no dey dull….

Man reveals the alleged confession of a suspected ‘witch’ caught in Delta State

Read what he wrote on his page, yesterday and today: “True life confession!!!

This woman name( with held) was arrested by God early today along Owevwe road, when she was ask where is she coming from,she started confession that she was sent a message from coven to cause misfutne in Owevwe road, and also to capture one Juju along Owevwe road. 

In her further confession, she said she have 5 children she has successfully kill 2,she said that she put misunderstanding in one of her son marriage,she said she was the one who stop one of her son who was buying cars from London to sell in Nigeria. 

She was the one who made customs to seize her sons goods, she collected one of his son Dick in coven. She was responsible in some accident that recently happened along Owevwe Road. She also said that she attend GGM and attend prayers in Gods Sabbath mission saniko, that when ever the pastor is praying for the people she hold the prayer on air. 

That none of his child will progress in life, she also said she have airplane in the spirit world. This is how God will continue to disgrace them. More details later tomorrow as she continue!!!.

Continuation of Confession!!!

Yesterday i made a report of a woman confessioning,but her name was not reviled.

But today after much treatment she reviled her name, she is Mrs Janet Ugbaga, she said she come from Agbarha town, she said she sold Ogogoro drink and she infected the drink, after anybody drink it there will be no better life for them.

She said one of their member is selling banga rice in Agbarha and that banga rice is human shit from Coven,” what a wicked world”. She also said that they are the cause of some major accident in agbarha road that lead to lost of life. She also said that her son dick that she use in coven will be release for him before on Monday, his son take her home now……… Till Monday. Stay tune.”

Gender equality bill scales second reading – Vanguardngr 

Senator representing Ekiti south‎, Abiodun Olujimi, reintroduced the bill after it was rejected in October 2015, when some members opposed it‎ on the grounds that it was in conflict with their religious and cultural beliefs. 
Today, while speaking on the bill, Olujimi explained that the bill did not seek to undermine‎ the beliefs of the Nigerians but it was to create equal opportunities for women.
She: ”It seeks to promote equality and development of all persons in Nigeria,” she said. To guarantee effectiveness, the bill adopts special measures on discrimination against persons.
It provides that all appropriate measures be taken to eliminate discrimination against women in private and public life. ‎It also prohibits all forms of violence against women, whether political, domestic or cultural. It prohibits all forms of trafficking in women.” 
Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, speaking on the bill, said that some sections of the bill were already in the constitution. He further suggested that those sections be‎ looked into at the committee stage.
However, Olusola Adeyeye, senate chief whip, disagreed with him, saying that affirmative laws were needed to address the problem of gender inequality. 
Senate President Bukola Saraki, after a brief debate on the bill, called a voice vote‎, and the senate voted overwhelmingly for it to pass second reading. Saraki thereafter referred the bill to the committee on judiciary, human rights and legal matters for more legislative treatment…. in any hospital within d country….

Robber arrested after stealing N500,000 from a shop in Abuja

The incident happened this afternoon at Jeremia Usani Junction, Gwagwalada. The suspect, named Illiasu, from Kogi State, and his companion, went into a shop and stole about N500,000. 
They were already leaving on a motorcycle, when the salesgirl grabbed Illiasu from behind and raised an alarm, then he fell off the bike and was mobbed. His partner, however, managed to escape with the money…. wt a vow to use part of it to bail Illiasu out…. 

Woman, 59, bags 30 years in jail for human trafficking, another bags 2 years for child exploitation 

Ebunoluwa Bankole, 59, has been sentenced to 30 years imprisonment, by a Federal High Court sitting in Abeokuta, Ogun State, for the procurement and exportation of young Nigerian women to Libya for prostitution. She is also to pay a fine of N1m. 
Bankole, who was convicted on a six count charge, bagged five years for each count. The sentence would however, run concurrently. She was arrested by officers of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) following a petition dated 26th January, 2016.
She perpetrated the act with the connivance of her daughter Lateefat Sanni and son-in-law Muritala Sanni, who are both still at large and are reportedly still holding and exploiting Nigerian girls in Libya.  
The petition reported that Bankole’s daughter and son-in-law who are based in Libya usually collected money ranging from the sum of N500, 000 to N1.5 million from their victims with promises of taking them to countries from where they could easily secure visas to either the U.K and U.S.
Also, a Federal High court sitting in Minna, Niger State, has sentenced Glory Abang to 2 years imprisonment for engaging a 12 year old child in activities that were exploitative, injurious or hazardous to her physical, social and psychological development.
Abang, a mother-of-three, was arrested by officers of NAPTIP, in July 2015. She took her half sister from Akwa Ibom State to Niger State under the pretext of sending her to school but engaged her in activities that were exploitative, including sleeping in a Poultry facility at her residence. The child was also not enrolled in school as promised.

Gallant soldier helps pregnant woman, escaping from Boko Haram, deliver her baby


Celestine Nwabueke has become a local hero in Maiduguri, Borno State, after reportedly helping a pregnant woman deliver her baby. The woman was said to have fled her village, following an attack from Boko Haram. 
The soldier was said to have been assisted by some other women. The woman, allegedly, wanted to name the child after Nwabueke, as a way of appreciation, but later changed her mind, due to his religion, and named him Abubakar.

Nigerian drug lord deported from Kenya twice, arrested again in Nairobi, Kenya

Emmanuel Peter Inobemhe was arrested in Obama estate in Eastlands, yesterday. He has since been handed over to Anti-Terror Police Unit for interrogation following claims he had been in touch with elements on the police radar over terrorism activities.
Kayole police boss Ali Nuno said he had realized Inobemhe had been deported twice from Kenya over drug issues and wondered how he managed to sneak back. He had been deported in June 2013 before he sneaked back four months later.
In September 2013, four months after his first deportation, he was arrested for allegedly possessing 425 sachets of heroin. He was again deported in November 2013 after he was charged in court with drug trafficking. It is not clear when he sneaked back again for the second time…. efforts r now on to give him citizenship once n for all…. 

Nigerian dad charged with causing the death of his daughter by dangerous driving

Chizoro Barnabas Edohasim, 46, has been charged after his 9-year-old daughter, Olivia, was killed in a horror crash in Altrincham, Trafford, UK, in May. She was a back seat passenger in a Toyota Auris which hit a brick wall on Manchester Road.
Olivia’s 11-year-old sister was also injured and rushed to the hospital. Chizoro, who was driving and was also injured in the crash, has been charged with one count of causing death by dangerous driving and one count of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. Cd: BBC

Baby born looking like an 80-year-old man

The birth of the boy stunned doctors at a hospital in the district of Magura, Bangladesh on Sunday, September 25, who said the baby has a rare condition called progeria, which causes wrinkles on the face, a very sunken body and hollow eyes reminiscent of elderly features.
Biswajit Patro, father of the baby, who is a farmer, is ecstatic and cannot hold back his happiness. “We can only thank God. There is no need to be unhappy about the appearance of my son. We will accept him the way he is. We are so happy to have a baby boy in the house.
We are already blessed to have a daughter. Now we are a family of four. What else can we ask for?” the father said. Patro and his wife, Parul Patro, have been busy attending to guests curious to get a glimpse of their newborn. The family hopes he can grow up to become a healthy boy.

Police finally arrest Indian employer who assaulted his Nigerian domestic help

Jay Keswani made news, last month, for allegedly assaulting his wife’s domestic help, Faith Nwaneri, on the Banana Island, Ikoyi, Lagos. Faith’s brother, Chukwuka, had made a public plea for justice. According to Punchng, Keswani was arrested on Tuesday, after about six weeks of evading arrest.  
Faith was hit on the face on Friday, August 12, with a briefcase, for coming late to work. It was learnt that Faith sustained a facial injury after which she reported the matter at the Ikoyi Police Division.
Policemen from the division had reportedly gone to the Island to arrest the Indian, but were allegedly prevented from entering the area. The Police Public Relations Officer, SP Dolapo Badmos, confirmed the Indian’s arrest, adding that he would be charged to court at the end of investigation.  
She said, “When the suspect discovered that the police were on the lookout for him, he initially fled. But when he thought the tension was down, he returned to his house and was arrested. He will be charged to court.”