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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Notorious land grabber and hired killer arrested in Lagos (photos)

The Lagos state police command have arrested a Notorious Land grabber/Hired killer, Ojo Adesola.

A statement from the command's public relations officer, Bala Elkana, says on Friday June 21st at about 7.00am, a surveillance patrol team from Alagbado Police Station acting on a tip off, arrested Ojo while conveying arms in a white bus, along Amikanle area, Alagbado.

Four locally made rifles and thirty eight rounds of live cartridges were recovered from the bus.

Bala in his statement said the 45-year-old suspect who hails from Ogun state, belongs to a notorious gang of land grabbers and hired killers, terrorizing Ogun and Lagos states.

They act as war lords, waiting to be hired by anyone who can pay for their services to take over lands by force. They engaged in series of killings and maiming of land owners'' Bala said

According to the suspect, they were hired by someone to dislodge land owners at Epe and that he was on his way to pick the other members of the gang for the operation, before he was arrested.

The police spokesperson said the command is on the trail of five other members of his gang who are at large.

Super Eagles striker, Isaac Success gets a "yes" as he proposes to his girlfriend

Super Eagles striker, Isaac Success has proposed to his girlfriend and she accepted his proposal.

"She said yes," Isaac Promise captioned a video of his woman's hand with a beautiful rock on her finger.

See below.

Corps member serving in Ekiti dies after complaining of headache

A Youth Corps member, Oghomwen Omoruyi Honour, who was serving in Ekiti State, has died. According to reports, Honour died yesterday June 24th after complaining of headache.

A graduate of Mass Communication from the Auchi Polytechnic, Honour was taken to the hospital after complaining of headache, where she died.

Her former course mates and friends have taken to their social media pages to mourn her

One of her friends, Izuagie Lizzy Jane, wrote

"You relocated from Adamawa to Ekiti just because of the distance and Ekiti is closer to Benin. Only for me to get a call this afternoon that you are no more! Honour what happened to you? After all the stress in school.... After all our night reading..... God......what a forever remain in our heart.... We your friends (Lizzy.....Faith....Evelyn....Martha.. Amarachi ) miss you...Rest on the most humble and quiet friend ever......RIP OGHOWMEN OMORUYI."

Another of her friend, Lawrenta Edobor, wrote,

"With tears in my eyes, I am still very shocked at the news of your death. Honour, since 2013 we have struggled to get to this level only for you to leave this world, just like that. A friend to one and a friend to all, I love and miss you Honour. May God give your family the strength to bear this loss. Honour, I am really sad."

May her soul rest in peace, Amen.

Journalist Ohimai Amaize flees Nigeria over 'threats' of his arrest for 'treason'

Nigerian lournalist and presenter of the popular KakaakiSocial on African Independent Television (AIT), Ohimai Amaize, has fled the country.

According to reports, Amaize popularly called MrFixNigeria, left the country over threats and concerns he was going to be arrested and framed for treason and incitement by the Buhari regime.

Recall that the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) had threatened to revoke DAAR Communications license over tweets from Nigerians shown on @kakaakisocial which was anchored by Amaize.

The NBC had on June 6 suspended the license of Daar Communications Plc., owners of Africa Independent Television (AIT) and Ray Power.

Director-General of NBC, Modibbo Kawu, said the action was taken for failure of the TV and radio stations to abide by the broadcasting code.

In a letter entitled, “Lack of Responsibility in use of content from social media,” which was addressed to the Group Managing Director of Daar Communications Group, the NBC described the Kakaaki social edition of May 22, 2019, as “treasonable rhetoric.”

Before his stint at AIT, Amaize was Special Advisor on Media Strategy to Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, while he was the Minister of State for Defence. He also served as Research Assistant to a former Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Nuhu Ribadu and later a media aide to the presidential campaign of Dele Momodu.

Woman who had sex with her dad then married him, after fighting with her sister over who will bed him first, is spared jail

A 21-year-old woman who had sex with her own father before marrying him has been spared jail after her father was locked up for two years.

Samantha Kershner, 21, got married to Travis Fieldgrove, 40, after she and her sister allegedly got locked in a sick fight over who could have sex with him first.

The father and daughter were charged with incest after being accused of having sex in two counties in Nebraska, US. But Kershner pleaded no contest to a misdemeanour charge of false reporting, a plea by which a defendant accepts conviction but does not plead or admit guilt, and got nine months probation.

Fieldgrove was jailed for two years last month after pleading no contest to attempted incest in a deal with prosecutors. The two also face incest charges in Hastings, Adams County, where they tied the knot last October, Metro UK reports.

Kershner is further accused of making false statements under oath. She is said to have first met Fieldgrove as a 17-year-old when her mum first told her he was her father.

Police started probing the relationship after Kershner’s mother reported that they had sex last September.

Fieldgrove denied he was Kershner’s dad but DNA tests proved 99.99 per cent he was, court files said. Documents also said Kershner claimed her motive to have sex with him was due to "jealous competition with her half-sister" about who could sleep with him first.

Police said: "This case relates to the two being involved in an intimate relationship beginning in September of 2018 in Grand Island, Nebraska, despite evidence that Fieldgrove is the paternal parent.

"Evidence leading up to the arrest suggests that Fieldgrove and Kershner were aware of the biological relationship before being intimate, and further indicates that they quickly married one another after being notified of the investigation."

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Greek-Based Nigerian NBA star, Giannis Antetokounmpo cries tears of joy as he's named Most Valuable Player in NBA (Photos)

Greek-Based Nigerian NBA star, Giannis Antetokounmpo who plays for Milwaukee Bucks basketball team in the US was last night named the Most Valuable Player in NBA.

The 24-year-old forward born in Greece to Nigerian migrant parents reduced to tears as he beat Paul George of the Oklahoma City Thunder and James Harden of the Houston Rockets to win Most Valuable Player honors.

Antetokounmpo received 941 points and 78 first-place votes in the balloting ahead of Harden who finished second with 776 points and 23 first-place votes.

'MVP is not about stats and numbers, and obviously James Harden had unbelievable numbers and Paul George also, but obviously, it's about winning,' Antetokounmpo said backstage. 'We created great habits throughout the season and were able to stick by them, and that's why we were able to have a chance in every single game we played and were able to win 60 games.'

The NBA star whose family was also in attendance at the award ceremony also praised them for their support.

'We started from nothing as a family,' he said, 'and we are going to be in every stage that we can be as a family.'

'When you hear your name up there on the stage and then you realize these years of hard work, what you did in the past, then you start getting emotional,' he said.

Photo: Two Nigerian drug peddlers arrested in India, 254 grams of cocaine seized from their possession

Two Nigerian drug peddlers and one from Ivory Coast, were arrested and 254 grams of cocaine worth 15 lakh was seized from their possession after a raid at their residence at Khadarbagh near Golconda in Hyderabad on Sunday night.

Excise sleuths arrested Zadi Pascal of Ivory Coast, Ugochukwu Chima Goodluck and Okoro Uchenna Samuel, both from Nigeria. Acting on specific information, the excise department’s enforcement wing raided a house located at Bahaduryarjung Colony in Khadarbagh, Golconda on Sunday night and arrested the trio in possession of 254 grams of cocaine.

“Apart from the contraband, we have also seized 3.2 lakh cash, which the accused have collected from clients by selling the drug. Our team has also seized three motorcycles and four cell phones from the accused,” deputy commissioner, excise, C Vivekananda Reddy, said.

On interrogation, Pascal confessed that he had been working for two groups of cocaine peddlers operating from Mumbai and Bengaluru.

"Goodluck works for Bengaluru-based cocaine supplier Ebuka, while Samuel has been working for Mumbai-based supplier Dandy, who in turn operates on the instructions of Nigeria-based peddler Lucky,” excise department assistant superintendent N Anji Reddy said.

Goodluck came from Bengaluru a few days ago and handed over cocaine to Pascal. After the sale, he was supposed to collect cash from Pascal and hand over it over to Ebuka. Samuel came from Mumbai to keep a watch on Pascal’s operations in the city on behalf of Dandy and Lucky. None of the arrested peddlers have a valid visa and they have been staying illegally in the country for the past two-and-half-years, the excise officials said.

The deputy commissioner said they have identified some customers and appropriate legal action would be initiated against them. The accused were produced in court, which remanded them in judicial custody.
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