Saturday, January 21, 2017

Former Gambian Leader Yahya Jammeh Arrives Airport For His Departure. Photos

Ex-Gambian president Yahya Jammeh has just arrived at the airport and is currently on the tarmac. He was spotted at the airport dressed in his usual white glowing gown surrounded by his loyal aides. Jammeh who left the presidential palace earlier today -promised to leave Banjul on Saturday with President Alpha Conde of Guinea, to begin a new life in exile. This followed Friday’s final peace move by Conde and Mauritania’s President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz.

Notorious Gang Members, Electric Cable Thieves Arrested By Police In Abia. Photo

Some criminal elements have been paraded by the Abia State Police Command over various crimes. Some suspects specialised in stealing Electricity Distribution cables from the transformer while some were members of a gang of notorious criminals terrorising Elughu Nkporo Ohafia Local Government Area.
Ogbonna Ifegwu, who is a 40-year-old man, allegedly stole components of am vandalised EEDC transformer.

He said: “I sell scraps so when I saw the cables on a damaged transformer, I removed it thinking that it was not useful. I took it as a scrap”.

One of the notorious gangster, Nkeiru John Onuoha, claimed that they did not commit any crime.

“We did not commit any crime, what happen is that after the local government election held in December 2016, we decided to hang around to collect our money from one “Skypo”, that was how we were arrested,

“I am not a thief. I live in Lagos. I just came back during the Christmas,” he claimed.

The arrests of the criminals, according to the police led to recovering of huge amounts of money and guns from suspects. Police said all the 25 paraded suspects, on completion of investigation, would be charged.

"I Don Marry Oyinbo" -- Excited Man Says As He Marries Older White Lady In Ikoyi. Photos

A 32-year-old man is trending online after photos of his wedding to an older white woman circulated on social media. According to a witness, the man reportedly from Ondo state -was very elated and couldn't contain his excitement after tying the knot with the woman at Ikoyi registry in Lagos.

Lady Who Specializes In Repackaging Expired Products Arrested. Photos

Police have arrested a suspect in Abia State allegedly involved in repackaging of expired food products. Described as a worrisome act, the police said Nnenna Sunday, 28, has perfected the act of using chemicals to erase batch production numbers and expiry dates on snacks.
It is an act that endangers the lives of the buyers of the expired products, but yet reinforces the need for everyone to check well before buying any food product.

“My Hands Are Clean”

After her arrest, she claimed to be innocent and obeying the orders of her boss.

“I did not do anything. They have been doing it before I came. I am not the first or the second. I do not understand this type of temptation. “My hands are clean. Police saw us wiping out the expiry dates on the snacks and it is my oga (boss) that asked me to do it because that is how he has been doing it before he employed me,” the suspect said.

She further claimed to have joined the company recently and do not know the boss very well, but many onlookers at the scene questioned what her conscience had told her while she engaged in the act.

The arrest, according to the police was part of its determination to continue the implementation of the anti-crime strategies which are proactive in nature and geared towards ensuring a safe and secured environment for inhabitant of Abia State.
The Abia State Police Command that made the arrest reiterated its readiness to sustain the fight against heinous criminal activities by improving on the existing security strategies which include visibility policing, raiding of criminal hideouts, intelligence led policing amongst many others.

While parading the lady and other suspects in Umuahia arrested by the state police command, the Commissioner of Police, Adeleye Oyebade, told reporters that some were suspected fraudsters.

He disclosed that the Area commanders, Divisional Police Officers and all specialised outfit in the command had been reminded to re-invigorate and re-engineer the aggressive anti-crime strategies to ensure a free environment.

Mr Adeleye called on every citizen to partner with the police to maintain a peaceful atmosphere and warned that procession from any group in whatever name would not be tolerated in the state as the fundamental right of all citizens must be protected.

Source; Channels TV

16 Dead After Bus Carrying Schoolchildren Crashes And Bursts Into Flames In Italy. Photos

A bus carrying schoolchildren has crashed and burst into flames in Italy killing 16 people, mainly Hungarian teenagers. The school students were returning home from a mountain holiday in France, when the bus crashed into the side of a highway near Verona.
Thirty-nine people survived but 10 of those are badly burned in hospital.

Police commander Girolamo Lacquaniti said the bus crashed and burst into flames just before midnight.

Italian news agency Ansa said a number of pupils were thrown out of the vehicle when it collided with a pylon. No other vehicles were involved and it was not clear why the bus went off the road, crashing into the barriers.

The bus was returning to Budapest with students, mainly boys, ages 15 to 17. Police say 16 badly burned bodies have been pulled from the wreckage.

17-Year-Old Boy Among IPOB Members Killed During Protest In Port-Harcourt. Photos

Pictured is a 17-year-old boy who was among the members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) killed in the Donald Trump's solidarity protest held yesterday in Egwuocha area of Port-Harcourt, Rivers state. Scores of others were also killed when Nigerian security forces cracked down on the demonstration supporting the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump...
IPOB members, drawn from Abia, Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Cross River Imo and some parts of Rivers State had converged along Aba Road with the aim of marching into Port Harcourt to celebrate the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States of America.

The protesters, who were also calling for the release of detained IPOB leader and director of Radio Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, and were carrying American, Israeli and Biafran flags and chanting “All we are saying, give us Biafra”, marched through the streets towards the city centre.

"Power Is Transient"; Obama Takes One Last Look At The White House.

This just shows that power is transient. In this photo, former President Barack Obama looks down at The White House from the Executive One while departing Washington.

Gambians Jubilate As Yahya Jammeh Vacates Presidential Palace. Photos

Gambian citizens were seen jubilating as former president Yahya Jammeh's convoy was spotted leaving the Presidential palace. Jammeh earlier promised to leave Banjul on Saturday with President Alpha Conde of Guinea, to begin a new life in exile. This followed Friday’s final peace move by Conde and Mauritania’s President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz.
The two West African leaders travelled to Banjul to persuade the long ruling Jammeh to leave peacefully before West African forces pounced on him.

84-Year-Old Man Obsessed With Computer Games Suddenly Suffers Stroke. Photo

An 84-year-old elderly was recently sent to the hospital and diagnosed with cerebral infarction after he suddenly suffered from a stroke in southwest China’s Chongqing. The cause was his prolonged playing computer games. According to the doctor, his obsession in playing computer games and long-term lack of sleep brought about the elderly’s cerebral infarction.
The elderly, Chen, has been obsessed with computer games for more than 10 years. He believes it’s the best way to kill time and to prevent Alzheimer’s. Equipped with one laptop and two smart phones, Chen always plays games late into midnight.

Chen's three sons were shocked by the diagnose and blamed themselves for not having enough time to accompany their father. They promised they would spend more time with their father and help him to overcome addiction to computer games.

"I Was Tricked By A Fake Prophet Into Marrying My Wife" -- Man Claims...

Dissatisfied with his marriage, a man has pleaded with an Agege Customary Court, in Lagos State, to dissolve his marriage to his wife, Ilesanmi Comfort, because he doesn’t love her. The man, Ilesanmi Samuel, said he wouldn’t have married Comfort, if not that he was tricked by a fake prophet.
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“I was forced to marry Comfort by a fake prophet at a church where I once served as an assistant pastor. “Comfort and I met for just two weeks before our wedding. It was when we started living as husband and wife that Comfort showed her true colour,” Samuel said, adding that Comfort used to seize any opportunity to curse him and his ministry.

He said whenever he tried to tell her that her behaviour was wrong, she would grab his shirt and start shouting. “Before her sudden change and cruel attitude, I prayed and God revealed to me that Comfort wasn’t my wife. I chose wrongly. I can’t find peace in my house.

“I don’t love her anymore. I don’t want this to tarnish my ministry and my reputation as a pastor. That’s why I decided to file a divorce.

I think the divorce would bring peace to my ministry,” he said.

Comfort denied the allegations, stressing that the root of their marital problem was that Samuel wanted to use her to raise his children.

She said: “After Samuel lost his wife and married me, I started taking care of his children.

“Samuel and I didn’t have any form of quarrel. I was shocked this morning when I saw divorce summon from Agege Customary Court.” President of the court, Mr. Williams Philips, adjourned the case for further hearing.

Lovely Photo Of Governor Obiano Relaxing With His Family...

Despite his tight schedule, he still has time for his family. Here's a lovely photo of governor Willie Obiano of Anambra state relaxing with his wife and children.

"I Thank God"-- Wife Of Professor Killed In UNIMAID Suicide Bomb Blast Speaks Out. Photo

A university professor, Aliyu Mani was among the 5 people killed when two suicide bombers entered two mosques at the University of Maiduguri, Borno, last week and blew themselves up, injuring scores of others.
His 53-year-old wife, Dr. Umma Mani, has said that she feels honoured and proud for her husband to have died while observing prayers in the mosque. She also admitted that while things may get tough for her, and their two children, she remains consoled.

Woman Busted By Customs Agents While Smuggling Cocaine In A Beef Box. Photo

A Jamaican woman was busted after Customs agents found four pounds of cocaine hidden in a box of the golden-crusted meat-filled treats at Kennedy Airport, officials said Thursday. Federal Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials said agents got suspicious when they found the box of Tastee Brand Jamaican Beef Patties in Chantal Alecia Bedward’s luggage when she arrived at JFK Airport from Kingston Tuesday, officials said.
When they took her into a private search room and opened the box, 12 duct taped packages of cocaine spilled out.

Agents arrested Bedward for drug smuggling and turned the case over to the Department of Homeland Security investigations unit.

“This seizure demonstrates the vigilance and dedication demonstrated daily by CBP officers at JFK, in keeping these prohibited and dangerous narcotics off the streets of our communities,” said Robert E. Perez, Director of Field Operations in New York for CBP.

Officials estimated the street value of the drugs at $70,000.

Bedward will be prosecuted in Brooklyn Federal Court.

Son Of Nigerian Government Official Jailed For Life For Killing Sex Worker In UK. Photos

Bala Chinda, a 26-year-old student of Robert Gordon University in the UK, has been handed a life sentence over the death of Jessica Nkechi McGraa, a Nigerian sex worker in Aberdeen. A son of an official at the Nigerian embassy in Beijing, capital of China, Chinda arrived Aberdeen a few weeks before the tragic incident.
He denied the allegation of killing the escort, whose corpse was found in her apartment in February 2016.

It was also alleged that he stole her mobile phones to erase any evidence linking him to her.

A high court in Aberdeen gave Chinda a life imprisonment sentence with a minimum term of 18 years.

According to BBC, a CCTV footage revealed that the deceased followed Chinda to his apartment before they returned to her residence where she was killed.

McGraa, who died of asphyxiation, was probably smothered with a pillow and strangled with her scarf.

During the trial, it emerged that McGraa had a seven-year-old son living with her adopted mother in London.

“At the heart of this horrific crime was a young mother, daughter and friend whose life was cut tragically short in what must have been terrifying circumstances,” Stuart Houston, a detective said.

“Throughout, Chinda has shown no real remorse for his depraved action and taken no responsibility for robbing a young boy of his mother.”

"He's Not A Man, His Manho0d Is Lifeless"; Woman Embarrasses Husband In Court....

“He’s not a man. His manhood is lifeless. He knows that my charge against him is true and that’s why he has refused to appear in court,” Zainab Sanni, told the Oja Oba/Mapo Grade C Customary Court, Mapo, Ibadan, Oyo State.
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Zainab had brought a suit before the court stating that her husband was impotent and had failed to satisfy her sexually. She, therefore urged the court to dissolve their marriage.

“My husband is not a man. Although, he has a good look which makes women fall for him, but below, he is lifeless. “We got married four years ago and I was looking forward to a blissful marriage which I believe sex has an important role to play in, but I ended up being disappointed and devastated.

“Early in our marriage, after the day’s work, I would expect my husband to initiate sex while I was always prepared to satisfy him. “But to my chagrin, he would get into bed and sleep off or pretend to be asleep.

“Initially, I was reserved and couldn’t demand for it, but after starving me for long, I summoned courage and discussed it with him. “His initial excuse was that his job was too demanding and always left him fagged out.

“The first time we had sex, my husband was shaking and sweating as if he saw a ghost. I realised that he was already through with it before we started anything at all. The experience was awful and I was left unsatisfied and this had been the pattern the few times we had sex in our four years of marriage.

“I knew there was a problem, but he was not ready to discuss it. I need not be told that my husband is impotent. Our childless union was an enough proof. “I eventually left his house and got married to another man, who aside taking good care of me, is superb in bed.

“I had a baby for my new husband a year after I left my first husband. “I’m happy and I’m enjoying my new marriage. I no more love my first husband which is the reason for asking for a divorce,” the plaintiff stated.

President of the court, Chief Ademola Odunade after listening to all the plaintiff had to say and taking cognisance of the fact that the defendant had failed to show up in court after being served a court notice more than once, gave his judgement.

Odunade ruled that the union between Zainab and Abubarka be dissolved and a repayment of dowry be made by the plaintiff to the defendant. He also instructed that a copy of the court judgment be served the defendant.