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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Victim details sexual assault she was subjected to by Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotosho

Nigerian Pastor Timothy Omotoso, 58, is currently facing a string of charges including rape, and the alleged trafficking of more than 30 girls and women. One of his victims spoke up in court and detailed the sexual assault she suffered in his hands.

Cheryl Zondi, 22, who claimed she was sexually assaulted by Pastor Timothy Omotoso, waived her right to anonymity in the sex trial involving Omotoso and his two alleged henchwomen because she wanted the world to know what type of person he is.

She told the Port Elizabeth High Court on Monday that at the time she was sexually assaulted by the pastor she believed God was on his side.

While being cross-examined by Peter Daubermann, Zondi was asked about her first encounter with the televangelist at his mission house in Durban.

Timothy Omotosho

Zondi testified that she was 14 years old when she was summoned to Omotosho's bedroom. Zondi said she was told by Omotoso to lock the door as she entered.

The teenager explained that she knelt beside Omotoso who was in his bed under the sheets. She said he signalled for her to sit next to him on the bed.

She detailed the sexual assault, claiming that Omotoso hugged her tightly, pulled on her bra strap and pushed her on the bed. Zondi said while she was fully clothed she felt his erect penis between her thighs. She told the court that she did not resist and was aware that she was being sexually attacked and knew that such behaviour was wrong.

Dauberman asked Zondi:

You were in a room alone with a man. You say you were scared. What did you think was going to happen? Didn’t you wonder why the door was locked?

Zondi replied that it was scary but it was also a privilege because Omotoso was thought to be a man of God. She said she wanted him to be her musical mentor and thought that he would train her.

Dauberman asked her:

Why did you not scream, mam? You knew there were other people in the house, they would hear you?

Zondi said she was scared and the girls in the house were loyal to Omotoso. She further explained why she did not dare to object to his advances, saying she was shocked and confused and just said to him: "I just have to get used to the way things work in this house."

Zondi said that even if she screamed for help nobody would have intervened. She said that at the time she thought God would be on Omotoso’s side in committing a sexual assault. Zondi explained again that she was too scared to oppose Omotoso because anyone who opposed him would die, so she allowed him to continue.

At night, Zondi said she was again summoned to his room where she thought she would definitely get raped.

I thought he would rape me and I should allow him to do what he wanted to do. I did not want to face the wrath of God, said Zondi.

This time she was instructed to remove her clothing, and Zondi said Omotoso penetrated her vagina slightly but was careful not to go all the way. She further described him rubbing himself against her genital area until he climaxed.

''We expect the 2019 elections to be free and fair'' President Buhari tells International community

President Buhari has assured Nigerians and the international community that the forthcoming general elections in 2019 will be free and fair, saying it will usher the country into another clime of maturity, peace and unity.

President Buhari, who received Letters of Credence from four ambassadors at the State House, including the Ambassador of the Peoples’ Republic of Japan, Mr Yutaka Kikuta, said the country’s political and electoral institutions have continued to evolve in strength, skill and experience after each election.

“We are currently at the threshold of another general election and after five general elections in the country since 1999, we expect that the 2019 elections will be free and fair. The political system is good and if people work hard they will succeed,’’ the President said.

President Buhari also said the increase in number of political parties that will field candidates in 2019 elections indicates more democratic consciousness among Nigerians and willingness to serve the country.

Receiving Letter of Credence from the Ambassador of the Russian Federation, Alexey Shebarshin, the President noted that discussions on reviving the Ajaokuta Steel Complex, partnerships in agriculture and other bilateral interests in trade and economic development will be sustained, commending the country for always standing by Nigeria.

“We have opened discussions on the Ajaokuta Steel Complex, and we will continue,’’ President Buhari added.

The President told the Ambassador of the Federative Republic of Brazil, Richardo Guerra De Araujo, that the historical ties between both countries and the shared potentials for growth will be further explored, with strong emphasis on economic and social development.

He said the number of Nigerians in Brazil already provide a strong reason for deeper and richer discussions for both countries.

Receiving the Letter of Credence of the Ambassador of United Arab Emirates, Fahad Al Taffaq, President Buhari assured him that Nigeria remains committed to strengthening the bilateral relationship that has existed between both countries for many years.

The President said the courtesies extended to Nigerians in the United Arab Emirates was commendable, assuring the envoy that his administration will continue to strengthen business and trade relations between both countries.

In his remarks, the Ambassador of Japan said his country remained grateful for Nigeria’s concern and support during the flooding that devastated the country, promising to work hard to further enhance relations in technology, agriculture and trade.

The Ambassadors of Russia, Brazil and United Arab Emirates assured the president that they will work hard to ensure improved relations in key sectors of the economy, while wishing Nigeria the best in the forthcoming elections

Gucci Mane posts thirst trap photo that revealed a bit too much

American rapper, Gucci Mane shared the photo above and asked his followers to help him caption it. And his wife Keyshia Ka'Oir was quick to supply a caption.

Meanwhile, can you tell why the photo is going viral?

See Keyshia's comment in the photo below.

Lagos state to shut down unlicensed lottery operators

The Lagos State Lotteries Board has stated that it will continue the shut down of unlicensed gaming operators, stressing that the activities of illegal operators are inimical to the growth and development of the gaming industry in Lagos.

General Manager the Board, Seun Anibaba, who gave the warning in Ikeja, added that the Agency has also discovered that some authorised agents offer games from both licensed and unlicensed gaming operators in order to maximise profit.

He implored perpetuators of unlicensed gaming activities to desist from such illegal activities, saying that anyone caught operating without a valid licence will severely be dealt with because such illegal activity is a violation and total disregard for the basic laws regulating the industry in Lagos.

According to him, gaming operators/agents in Lagos State are advised to comply with provisions of Lagos State Lotteries Law to support the remarkable efforts of the State Government in its quest to achieve the status of a globally competitive State.

While noting that LSLB remains committed to continuous surveillance, monitoring, investigation and enforcement as part of efforts to sanitise the sector, Anibaba maintained that it is essential for stakeholders and the public to conform to the gaming laws to achieve the desired objective and vision for the Lagos State Gaming industry.

He, therefore, enjoined stakeholders to cooperate with the Board to achieve the desired growth in the gaming industry in Lagos State.

Cardi B reportedly calls Nicki Minaj a 'Thot' that sleeps with everybody

MTO has obtained a screenshot of an alleged Instagram conversation between Cardi B and a fan, where the rapper called her rival Nicki Minaj a 'Thot' that sleeps with everybody.

This comes after Migos rapper, Quavo who is in the same rap group with Cardi B's husband, Offset made claims he slept with Nicki Minaj on new track 'Huncho Dreams'. Read previous report here.

In the screenshot of the conversation between Cardi B and the fan, the rapper called a b**ch and vowed to outsell her album.

She also mocked Nicki after Quavo claimed in his song that he slept her. Cardi wrote: "That's why Quavo outed her thot a** out. She be f****** Everybody."

See the screenshot below.

'I feel so lucky.' - Bella Hadid thanks her man The Weeknd as she shares more photos from her 22nd surprise birthday

Supermodel, Bella Hadid who turned 22 on Tuesday, October 9, celebrated her birthday in New York City with her friends, family and boo,The Weeknd.

The IMG Model has now taken to her IG page to shares more photos from her surprise birthday party as well as thanking her man, her beautiful family and friends for making her day very special.

Sharing the photos, Bella wrote: 'I know I’m a lil late but I’m still in shock thinking about my birthday this year. I’ve never felt so much love & happiness. Thank u to my baby, my beautiful family and friends for making this surprise so special. This was the best day ever( EVER) .. thank you to everyone for the birthday wishes. I feel so lucky, I can’t believe it .'

Continue to see more photos bleow.

'Anybody entering the United States illegally will be arrested and detained' - Donald Trump

President Trump has once again reiterated the fact that anyone who enters the United States illegally will be arrested and detained before they are deported.

President Trump went on to mention some countries saying, 'we have informed the countries of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador that if they allow their citizens, or others, to journey through their borders and up to the United States, with the intention of entering our country illegally, all payments made to them will stop'.

Anybody entering the United States illegally will be arrested and detained, prior to being sent back to their country!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 17, 2018

We have today informed the countries of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador that if they allow their citizens, or others, to journey through their borders and up to the United States, with the intention of entering our country illegally, all payments made to them will STOP (END)!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 17, 2018

Bukola Saraki appointed as DG of Atiku Abubakar's Presidential campaign

Senate President Bukola Saraki has been named the director-general of campaign of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.

According to the National Publicity Secretary of PDP, Kola Ologbondiyan, some zonal coordinators had also been named after long hours of meetings by the PDP hierarchy.

The coordinators according to him are, governors Aminu Tambuwal (Sokoto, North-west), Ibrahim Dankwambo (Gombe, North-east), Samuel Ortom (Benue, North-central), Nyesom Wike (Rivers, South-south) and Dave Umahi (Ebonyi, South-east). Former Ekiti State governor, Mr. Ayo Fayose, would coordinate the South-west.

See the full list of appointments below....

1. H.E Dr. Bukola Saraki – Director-General

2. H.E Aminu Waziri Tambuwal – Zonal Coordinator, North West.

3. H.E Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo – Zonal Coordinator, North East

4. H.E. Dr. Samuel Ortom – Zonal Coordinator, North Central.

5. H.E Nyesom Wike – Zonal Coordinator,South South

6. H.E Ayodele Fayose – Zonal Coordinator, South West

7. H.E Engr. Dave Umahi – Zonal Coordinator,South East.

Others are:

8. H.E Kabiru Tanimu Turaki SAN– Chairman, Legal Matters

9. H.E. Emmanuel Udom – ?Chairman, Fund Raising Committee

The NWC will make further announcement on the composition and structure of the PDPPresidential campaign, in due course.

Parents of aide worker, Hauwa Liman, refuse to believe she is dead

The immediate family of aide worker, Hauwa Liman, who was killed by Boko Haram members on Monday October 15th, are currently in shok over her death and have refused to accept the sad news that she is dead and will never be seen by them again.

Hauwa who works with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), was kidnapped alongside two of her colleagues by the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) in March. Herself and one of her colleague, Saifura Ahmed, have been killed by the sect members.

Reacting to her demise, her father, Mohammed Liman in an interview with Channels TV, expressed shock at the demise of his daughter.

“We feel so bad and we are in doubt if she is dead or alive because we didn’t expect her to be killed so suddenly. In fact, we are in doubt because, unless we see her corpse or any evidence that shows she is dead, we still believe that she is living. She is living,” her father insisted with her mom and other women in the home breaking down in tears intermittently

Struggling to keep his emotions in check, Liman appealed to the Federal government to ensure that the sect members return her corpse to them for proper burial.

“I appeal to the insurgents to release her because she is not a warring party. She is a humanitarian worker. She treats the young and the women and she is so helpful, even to them; not only to the whole society – even to them. We appeal to the government, if she was dead at all, we want the corpse to be brought and we bury her. That will give us peace of mind. Otherwise, we will never forget such an incident in our lives” her dad pleaded.

Hauwa’s mother, Iyakachi, says she is yet to come to terms that her child had died.

“Up to this moment my mind has not told me that my daughter is dead. Because if you see what happened, these people want money. Now after Buhari agreed that he’d give the money, why is the gap between when he gave his consent and when this incidence happened so close? If a person wants money and they agreed to give him the money is he supposed to do this? Another thing is they (Hauwa and her colleagues) are humanitarian workers and are not supposed to be killed, and they are women. Why were they killed? And the ICRC had already pleaded with them to spare their staff and they even rendered them help as humanitarian workers. If this truly happened then it’s wrong. And, me, I strongly believe, that my daughter is not dead.” she said amidst tears

Based on her belief about her daughter’s fate, she also called on the government to act.

“The government should investigate; if this girl is still alive, they should just bring her back. I don’t need anything except my child. If they can try and confirm that my daughter is well and alive, they should bring her back; that’s all,” she said.

Blossom Chukwujekwu's wife shares her "near death" experience and the scars she sustained (photos)

Maureen Esisi, the wife of actor Blossom Chukwujekwu, has told of how her life flashed before her eyes after she suffered a traumatizing accident at home.

She said she accidentally poured hot water on herself and it scalded her so bad and destroyed her skin. She also told of how she cried as a result of the pain and how her husband broke down too.

She's much better now, three weeks after the incident, and she's sharing her story along with photos.

See below.

"It's very sad and we're all trying very hard to keep going " - Ariana Grande addresses Pete Davidson Split for the first time

Earlier this week, American singer, Ariana Grande, 25 and her fiance Pete Davidson, 24 left their fans in shock when they called off their engagement after five-months of dating.

The 'No Tears Left to Cry' singer has now addressed the end of her engagement to the comedian.

Posting on her Instagram stories on Tuesday night, she wrote: "time to say bye bye to the internet for just a lil bit. it's hard not to bump news n stuff that i'm not tryna to see rn," she continued. "it's very sad and we're all tryin very hard to keep goin. love u. and thank u for bein here always."

Ariana has since deleted the note from her Instagram stories.

In another post, she described her feelings writting: "Can't believe I almost let my anxiety ruin this for me today!! Not today satan! Not tomorrow or the next day either not no more u can suck my big green d--k. finna sing my heart out and be a big walking vessel of love bye. "

Flavour strips down to his briefs in new sexy photo

Highlife singer, Flavour, stripped down to his briefs to flaunt his physique in this sexy photo he shared via his IG page.

Lovely photos of Keyshia Cole, 37, and her beau Niko Khale as they celebrate his 23rd birthday at the Dolphin Cay Atlantis

Keyshia Cole, 36 and her boyfriend,rapper Niko Khale are still going strong.

The singer shared this lovely photos of them as they visited the Dolphin Cay Atlantis in Bahamas to kick off his 23rd birthday celebration.

See full photos below.

'Without a doubt, Ekiti State has been through a horrible wilderness experience in the past four years' - Governor Fayemi

Immediate past Minister of Mineral Resources, Kayode Fayemi, who was sworn in as the new governor of Ekiti state yesterday has said his administration will ensure that within one hundred days, people of the state will know the true position of things.

In his inaugural speech, Fayemi said, 'without a doubt, Ekiti has been through a horrible wilderness experience in the past four years. Our reputation as a people has been sullied and we have become the butt of jokes due to the crass ineptitude, loquacious ignorance, and ravenous corruption masquerading as governance in our State during this past administration'.

See the full speech below...


Ekiti Kete; the words of the poem I just read, which was written by my beloved wife Erelu Bisi Fayemi, captures the essence of the hope we all shared as we waited patiently for this day. This is the day the LORD has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it. For today, we reclaim our land from the hands of those that have held us captive.

I must start by specially paying homage to those that came before us and upon whose labours our generation is building upon; our forebears of ages past who bequeathed to us a rich history of honour and dignity; who bound together as one indivisible Ekiti confederacy, and fought wars to liberate us from external forces that sought to subjugate us. They taught us that only in fighting together can we truly win.

I am certain that these ancestors of ours who we have learnt about in our history books, and from the oral traditions of our griots, are similarly assembled in the great beyond today as a great cloud of witnesses, cheering us on as we embark on this journey set before us. I also know that they would be particularly proud that we are all in this place symbolically called Ekiti Parapo Pavilion, which to the glory of God was one of the projects I inaugurated as I left office in October 2014.

I must also salute our patriots of more recent years who worked hard to ensure we can have our own State within our great country Nigeria. All those too numerous to mention who worked hand-in-hand to bring about the creation of Ekiti State on October 1, 1996. Some of them are now departed and a good number are still with us. I salute and honour you all and I thank you for the grand vision you had for our beloved State. I warmly greet all Ekiti sons and daughters at home and abroad, including those in Ekiti towns and villages in neighbouring States who share our rich history as part of the Ekiti confederacy of old. I thank you all for your perseverance and service to our great State and welcome you all to the new era that this day represents.

It is my honour to stand before you today haven taken the oath of office as Governor of the Land of Honour, Ekiti State just moments ago. Our most high God who rules the affairs of humankind, has so determined that I should have the rare honour of assuming this office for the second time, to the glory of His name. Indeed, it is the LORD’s doing and it is marvellous in our eyes.

I am truly grateful to the people of Ekiti for being the instruments through which this divine mandate has been given, and it is my solemn promise to do right by my people and honour that oath as God helps me.


As much as today marks the beginning of a new phase in our history as a people, it also signals the end of an era, or more appropriately, the end of an error. Without a doubt, Ekiti has been through a horrible wilderness experience in the past four years. Our reputation as a people has been sullied and we have become the butt of jokes due to the crass ineptitude, loquacious ignorance, and ravenous corruption masquerading as governance in our State during this past administration.
As we assume office, it is our duty, and we will live up to it, to ensure we thoroughly review, document, and widely disseminate the present state of affairs so that all and sundry can know what has become of our commonwealth. Independently verifiable preliminary findings indicate that we have been plunged into a debt abyss of over N170billion, with commitments to innumerable white elephant projects, an average of 8 months salaries owed across government entities, and many state assets unaccounted for.

We will ensure that within one hundred days from today, Ekiti Kete will know the true position of things, in keeping with our ethos of transparency and accountability in governance. We are not interested in trials by media, witch hunting or playing to the gallery. We will seek out the truth and lay it before our people.

As I have said time and again, my coming back to office is not a revenge mission, but rather a healing balm on a painful wound. However, as the events of the past four years go into the history books, we owe it a duty to ourselves and generations coming after us, to work together to ensure that never again shall we be deceived into making such a grievous mistake that has set us back so steeply on the development curve. Certainly, we would not all belong to the same political party nor share the same ideological beliefs, but the reins of leadership in Ekiti State must never again be allowed to fall into the hands of those who do not understand what governance or development is all about.

Never again should we give up free and qualitative education for herculean fees and taxes levied on our school children; never again should we give up free healthcare and functional hospitals for a total neglect of the health sector; never again should we give up integrated infrastructure development for bridges that lead nowhere; never again should we give up a burgeoning tourism sector and a revitalised Ikogosi for decrepit structures now overrun by reptiles; never again should we give up the peace and unity of our State for increased crime rates and general insecurity; never again should we give up transparent and accountable governance, with the requisite checks and balances of independent Judicial and Legislative arms of government, for draconian one-man shows; never again should we give up our reputation as a honourable and knowledgeable people, to be known as apostles of stomach infrastructure. Never again shall we sacrifice prompt payment of salaries for indulgence in pursuance of projects of minimal benefit to the people. NEVER AGAIN.

Yet from the ashes we rise and shine as we look towards the light. The light of knowledge and intellectualism that we are known for, which illuminates our minds and reflects in the good character and pristine values we hold dear. These are the same values that have been eroded in recent years, which we seek to restore.
Indeed, our mission to Reclaim our Land and Restore our Values, was not only the slogan of our campaigns but a clarion call to all to embark on this journey with us. Today, as we have reclaimed our land, we are now at the cusp of charting the course of sustainable development out of the quagmire that we find ourselves in. In this task, we are faced with a number of threats and challenges, yet blessed with an immense amount of strengths and opportunities. My vision for our great State is that this is a place where people can thrive and live their lives in dignity. A place where workers do not labour in vain. A place where our young people do not roam the streets looking for jobs that are not there, a place where people are not so hungry they resort to pilfering food to survive. A place where the cycle of generational poverty can be broken, and in which our elderly can reap the fruits of their labours over their children. A place where people are safe, healthy and prosperous.
The governance agenda of this administration is therefore compelled to focus on four areas through which we will deliver our promises to the people. The four pillars of our administration will be: Social Investments; Knowledge Economy; Infrastructure and Industrial Development; and Agriculture and Rural Development.

Our greatest resource remains our people. As the great sage, Chief Obafemi Awolowo insisted, human beings are the measure of all things. Only a healthy and enlightened people can drive the sustainable development we want to see in Ekiti State. We therefore remain committed to reinstituting social safety nets that would bring succour to the most vulnerable segments of our society. One example of such safety nets is the Social Security Scheme for the elderly which I am pleased to say will be revived shortly. Eyin Iya mi, eyin baba mi, owo arugbo n pada bo laipe, laijina Our ideological position remains that no individual in society should be left behind, but everyone should be supported to live out their dreams to their fullest potential in their youth, and have a dignified and comfortable retirement in their old age – this is the fundamental responsibility of any government. In this regard, I am particularly pleased that many of the programmes we pioneered in our first term in office have been adopted and scaled up by the Federal Government under the Social Investment Programme. We would work to ensure more of our people are beneficiaries of these programmes.
Likewise, delivering qualitative Healthcare is a priority for our administration, and we will ensure our hospitals are once again well-equipped and functional to attend to the needs of the population.


Ekiti State is known as the Fountain of Knowledge. Our people love, seek, and celebrate knowledge. We arguably have the highest number of professors and academic pioneers per capita in Nigeria. We also have many of our citizens who are leading lights in every field of human endeavour as well as those who are at the frontiers of research in the academia and scholastic practice all over the world. It is therefore a logical choice to turn to knowledge as the primary product in which we can trade successfully. To survive and thrive in today’s global economy, as Ekiti people we should be committed to using our brilliant minds to promote sustainable development. We will pay attention to fields such as teaching, research, skills development, creative arts, strengthening tertiary institutions and educational entrepreneurship. To this end, my administration will resuscitate the Ekiti Knowledge Zone which was established during my first term in office. We will also be counting on the input of Ekiti people everywhere in our efforts to establish these critical linkages in our knowledge economy.


The advancement of Ekiti State’s economy is pivotal to wealth and job creation for the citizenry of the State. This is crucial and relevant to the Poverty Reduction and Revenue Enhancement mission of our administration. In order to further advance an economic and industrial revolution in Ekiti State, and in furtherance of our commitment to job and wealth creation, we will revisit the commercial and technical viability of abandoned projects and schemes in the State with a view to reactivating them. These include our vast network of roads, our many community-based projects and our flagship tourism asset – Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort. We shall also carefully take on new infrastructural projects that would be strategic in advancing economic growth and industrial development in the State.

In order to guarantee sustained operations of commerce and industrial enterprises within the State, the government is required to create a secure environment. An integrated network of security infrastructure would be put in place to ensure Ekiti is once again the safe and secure haven for local and foreign direct investments. This will enhance inflow of foreign and local investments into the State.


Ekiti is essentially an agrarian society with soil properties conducive for growing a wide variety of crops. In order to achieve sustainable food security, create employment opportunities and foster agro-based industrial development for poverty alleviation and wealth creation, the approach must change from the current focus on farming and agriculture as a government social service to a commercial and private-sector driven approach which is now called Agribusiness.
We are therefore adopting a sustainable and commercial value chain approach which will lead to transformational agribusiness development that can enhance food and personal security, create employment opportunities, empower women and youth, reduce poverty, and create wealth through viable agro-allied industrial development.


Four years ago, in conceding defeat and promptly inviting the candidate of the opposing party to a meeting, despite the irregularities that marred the elections and the bitterly divisive politics that preceded it, as well as the questionable conduct that we all witnessed, I established a tradition of smooth transition in Ekiti State for which we became a model to the rest of the country. Having initially waited for three and a half years to reclaim the mandate that you gave me in 2007, and which was reclaimed in 2010, I had enough confidence in the triumph of truth and justice to wait for another four years to reclaim the mandate again in 2018. If anyone is in doubt about the eventual and irrepressible victory of truth and justice over falsehood and injustice, here is an affirmation of that victory.
As I bring my speech to a close today, I plead for the patience and understanding of all Ekiti sons and daughters who are very eager to once again feel the impact of a purposeful and egalitarian government. We assure you that we are well prepared to get off the block from day one. We take full ownership of the challenges ahead of us and together, we strongly believe that we shall overcome. You can also be assured that I will not rest till the burning issue of payment of workers’ salaries is addressed.
Ekiti shall once again play its rightful role as an integral part of the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN), and work with other descendants of Oduduwa in our sister states to leverage our respective strengths and comparative advantages in order to fast-track the development of the region.
I call on our development partners – corporations and multilateral agencies alike, to please return to Ekiti State. You would find in this administration a competent, accountable and willing partner, and you will appreciate that our governance objectives are well aligned to global development priorities as enshrined in such instruments as the Sustainable Development Goals. Our plans and aspirations are also fittingly integrated with the programmes and policies of the Federal Government of Nigeria. We are assuming office with an enviable track record of performance at the federal and state levels of governance, and we enjoy immense goodwill of all key stakeholders in Nigeria and beyond. We are ready to work with you in partnership to create landmark success stories in the shortest possible time. I assure you that my administration will be committed to best practices in governance, characterised by discipline, ethical behaviour and dedication to excellence.
I also use this opportunity to appeal to the Federal Government to help the people of Ekiti State through this difficult time. Ekiti State’s economy is clearly in a State of Emergency, and we deserve the urgent support of the Federal Government under the constitutional provision of Economic Stabilisation for Distressed States. I have no doubt that Mr. President would accede to this request and expedite a life line to resuscitate our ailing economy.
Once again, I thank every boy, girl, man, woman, indigene and resident alike. I thank you all for granting us the mandate to lead our great State again. Ekiti Kete, today, rejoice. For once again you can be proud to be called a son or daughter of Ekiti. You can be proud that Ekiti is once again known as the Land of Honour, in truth and in deed. Let us do this together. Let us build the Ekiti of our dreams, a land we can be proud to pass on to our descendants.
Ekitikete, e je ka parapo!!!
EkitiKete, let us come together!!!
Ekiti a gbe wa o!!!
God bless Ekiti State!!!
God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria!!!

Dr. Kayode Fayemi, CON
Ado, Ekiti | Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Landlord arrested for defiling tenant’s five sons in Lagos

The Lagos State Police Command has arrested a landlord for allegedly defiling five of his tenant’s sons at their Ijanikin residence.

The suspect, identified as Mr. Trust Ezekiel, 34, is said to have been molesting the children in his compound for years until one of them, a 10-year-old, who had endured the molestation for five years opened up to his elder brother and another child.

The alleged paedophile and landlord of no 10 Paul Anyawu Street, Era Ijaniki Lagos, was arrested on Friday, October 11, after the 10-year-old exposed him.

According to the minor, the landlord had been sleeping with him through the anus since the age of five

Ezekiel, who is married and has two children, both girls, was said to have threatened the survivors that he would kill them if they spoke up.

One of the survivor’s, who cried that he didn’t want to die, said, “He always used olive oil to rub my anus then put his manhood inside. I always cry because it is painful.”

A neighborhood who spoke to THISDAY on anonymity said this abnormality had been going on for years without any suspicion.

He said the landlord got arrested after the victim complained to his elder brother and another little neighbour, a boy, who all confirmed that the landlord threatened to kill them if they ever say anything to anyone.

He said: “In the process of recounting his ordeal, one of the boy’s mother heard it and questioned them and they confessed.

“That was how the woman became enraged and involved people and the police into the matter.”

The suspect, who is currently at the Gender Unit of the Lagos State Police Command for investigation, is currently undergoing interrogation.

Confirming the arrest, the state Police Public Relations Officer, CSP Chike Oti, said further investigation is ongoing.

Oti confirmed the little boy’s testimony that the landlord had been penetrating him through the anus for years now, adding that “the little boy decided to let the cat out of the bag just on Friday after a long time”.

Meanwhile, the state Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal, has warned parents to watch over their sons with eagle’s eyes.

He said: “You must watch over these children. They are vulnerable and easy to fall prey.

“Who is your neighbour? Who lives in your neighborhood. Who does your child move with?”

He also assured Lagosians that the man must face the full wrath of the law on completion of investigation.

The Child Protection Network Coordinator for Oshodi-Isolo, Mr. Ebenezer Omejalile, in a statement, said they would act swiftly to ensure the survivors (all boys) get medical and psychological help.

He said: “The trauma is what will affect them. They need urgent help. And we will not rest until the perpetrator is punished for his heinous crime against these children, their parents and the nation.”

Woman who received heart of dead soldier reveals she's developed cravings for beer and other unusual things

A mother who says she received the heart of a dead soldier has developed strange cravings for beer and now experiences some unusual things.

Sheron Williamson’s daughter watched her "die" in hospital when her heart stopped and her monitor flatlined. But medics brought her back. However, they warned that she would die within two weeks if she doesn't get a new heart.

Four days later, she received one, believed to have been from a soldier who died from injuries sustained in the Iraq War.

When Ms Williamson, 50, who now lives in Solihull, awoke from the operation, she started to experience strange, unexplained symptoms. The 50-year-old believes the strange symptoms were down to "wearing somebody else’s heart".

She told the Sunday Mercury:

When I woke up, there were wires all coming out of me – and all I could smell was wet woolly socks.

Apparently. I was screaming that I wanted a beer. It’s all I kept saying.

Eventually, a member of my family was able to bring me a can of beer into the ward, and I just spat it out.

Who knows, but perhaps it was because I was wearing a soldier’s heart that I was getting his cravings.

All I could smell was those socks for about a year, but thankfully it’s faded now.
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