Husband and Wife beat their house boy of 10yrs to a pulp for 100Naira Bean Cake(Akara) in Imo State, Nigeria.

A couple, Mr. Goodluck and Mrs. Benita Ogbuji, were arrested by Orji Divisional Headquarters of Imo State Police Command for allegedly torture of their 8-year-old daughter, Wisdom, over N100 bean cake (akara).

The man and woman de-humanised the boy for the purchase of N100 bean cake, in lieu of N50 by two journalists–Chidiebube Okeoma and Harriet Ijeomo, who led police officers to Umudagu Mbieri ‘s home in the state Mbaitoli Local Government Area.

Okeoma said, ‘We have information that a couple dehumanised their houseboy and nearly killed him because he picked up the bean cake N100 in place of N50.

In the early hours of Thursday, we mobilised police and got the evil couple arrested and saved the innocent boy.

Both were arrested in the Orji Police Division while the boy was treated by the police. The injuries caused to the boy are severe. For the child, we are looking for justice. We want the indictment of the pair. Since 2019, the boy is out of school.

The accused housewife, Benita, at the police station blamed the devil for the act and proclaimed it regrettable.

Marcel Amadioha, Chairman of the Ohaji / Egebma LGA Interim Management Committee from which the boy hails, told his office that it was involved.

Lastly,Orlando Ikeokwu, the police spokesman, said the command was in the lead.


A man with three(3) children has been arrested for internet fraud in Osogbo,Nigeria.

Muftau Omobolaji was sentenced by the Federal High Court in Osogbo on Monday to nine months in prison without the possibility of a fine on charges of cyber crime.                          Omobolaji, 31, claimed to be a Canadian, and defrauded some $1.850 American ladies.

Asso Haruna, officer of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, told the court that the convict had been apprehended by the Anti-Grat Agency in Osogbo, Osun State, in October 2019.

Haruna added that after his arrest, the commission recovered a Lexus EX350 car with a KSF 975 FK number plate, an Infinix phone, and a sum of $1,850 from Omobolaji.

Muritala Usman, prosecutor of the EFCC, said that the convict acted in contravention of the provisions of the Cyber Crime Act.

Omobolaji was said to have opted for plea bargain after he had owned up to the crime.

When asked by the court how he was involved in the crime, the convict said that he was introduced to the crime while participating in the mandatory one-year National Youth Service Corps scheme.

He promised, however, that he would never return to the crime if the court had forgiven him.

A.Bozimo, who represented him, pleaded with the court to be lenient to his client.

In his judgement, Justice Peter Lifu sentenced Omobolaji to nine(9)months ‘ imprisonment without the possibility of a fine.

According to him, the prison term was due to run from October 2019, when the convict was first arrested by the commission.


A young man set his 20years old pregnant sister ablaze— Read Why!

THE police in Lagos State have arrested a boy simply identified as Chima for allegedly setting his elder sister ablaze. The 20-year-old pregnant lady, Victoria, was set ablaze at C.A.C bus stop in Okokomaiko area of Ojo Local Government.


She was confirmed dead by medical doctors. Victoria died hours after her brother, who was said to be instructed by their mother to scold the pregnant lady over her recent actions, grabbed a jerry can already fill with Petroleum Motor Spirit (PMS) in their restaurant and doused the deceased with the content and set her ablaze.


Victoria was alleged to be two months pregnant at the time the incident occurred on May 14. It was gathered that Chima had picked up a keg in the kitchen to hit his sister for allegedly slapping their mother not knowing that the keg contained Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) in it. The trio were in the kitchen of their restaurant when an argument ensued between Victoria and their mother.


Trouble was said to have started after the woman chided her daughter for leaving their residence to cohabit with men. Victoria, it was gathered, did not like the scolding and in no time raised her hand against her mother, which forced Chima to grab a nearby keg to hit her, but the content allegedly poured out with some of it touching Victoria, which ignited fire leaving her with severe burns.


It was learnt that the girl was initially taken to a nearby hospital on Kemberi road, Okokomaiko but doctors rejected her and referred them to Alimosho General Hospital, Igando where she was confirmed dead.


According to sources, the deceased’s cry and smoke that billowed from the kitchen attracted neighbours who assisted in putting out the fire. Chima was said to have attempted fleeing the scene after realising the harm he had done his sister but was restrained by youths in the community who later handed him over to the police.


An eyewitness and resident of the area, Sunday Ezekiel, said that the altercation between them did not warrant the use of fuel, adding that all they heard was the girl’s distress cry and then the thick smoke from the kitchen. It was learnt that their mother who tried to put out the fire also sustained burn injuries on her legs.


When contacted, police spokesman, Bala Elkana, confirmed the incident, adding that the suspect has been transferred to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID) Yaba for further action. Elkana said he was not aware the deceased Victoria was pregnant


Mystery!!! as woman of 59 years old slumps to death after dropping from an unknown vehicle in Ekiti State.

A 59-year-old woman, known as Victoria Yemisi Omoare, is reportedly dead as she dropped from a private car to urinate on the Ekiti State University Road in Ado-Ekiti, a spot in the slaughterhouse.

Narrating the incident, the vehicle driver who was said to have been a lecturer at Ekiti State University’s Faculty of Agriculture, Mr Orimaye Oluwafemi, told EKSU where and when the incident took place. he went to EKSU with the lady who died.

Olubafemi said that the woman who stayed there and the student decided to follow him was going to school to pick up some water leaf on his farm and to withdraw money via the ATM.

He said that he could use research contents when he decided to stop at the road to take a picture of a tree, late Omoare use the opportunity to urinate into a nearby bush after he went to check on the woman after five minutes only to see her falling apart and she died on the spot.

Mr. Oluwafemi reported that the Akoko born woman was a high school teacher in Adegbola, Akure, Ondo state and stayed in Ado Ekiti with her family until the coronavirus in Ekiti had been confirmed, although no one of her family members knew about him.

Although death may not be traceable as a result of a COVID-19 pandemic, some medical experts and security officers who visited the incident scene have argued autopsy should be performed to test for the health condition of a woman’s existence.

He noted that the unmarried woman had just completed her PhD and on the second day she ended up having fasting for three days she had recently complaining of abdominal pain.

The woman’s body was carried to the morgue of Ado Ekiti State Teaching Hospital.


President Of NUJ notifies Federal Government not to permit Chinese medical team into Nigeria

The Nigerian Journalists ‘Union (NUJ) called on the Federal Government to avoid the involvement in the battle against coronavirus in the country of the Chinese medical team.

The union was distressed by a Federal Government decision to introduce Chinese medicines to Nigeria to battle COVID-19, Mr Chris Isiguzo, NUJ Chief, in a statement on Saturday. The Union was frightened.

The Nigerian physicians are particularly effective in preventing outbreaks, according to Isiguzo. We condemn a situation in which Nigerians are used for some experiment as a Guinea pig.

Therefore, the federal government should be asked to prevent this medical team from arriving in Nigeria because of an Italian instance where COVID-19 deaths linked to the arrival of the Chinese Doctors had a extremely unexplainable increase.

“The Federal Government will analyze the case as a matter of urgency that what is happening today is connected with the introduction 5 G communication network to Nigerians.

“We advise the federal government to be more involved in resolving these emerging problems as a result of any mistakes that have been made,” Isiguzo said.


A middle-age woman from Ebonyi state, squash her husband’s private part during a brief quarrel that led to the man’s death

Detectives of the Ebonyi State Police Command are presently searching for a middle-aged female for allegedly killing her husband by way of squeezing his manhood.

The suspect whose identity was  given as Chinenye Okoro, own upto the act on March 29 in Akaeze community, Ivo Local Government Area of the state.

The incident was said to have befell the couple following a misunderstanding between them. The purpose of the quarrel could not be ascertained because the suspect fled the scene of the incident,but her mother, Roseline Okoro, who reportedly witnessed the event, was arrested police operatives.

Police spokesman, at the Ivo police division, Loveth Odah remarked on the incident, saying the case is a murder outbreak.

Murder case

“Investigation showed that the deceased was a husband to Chinenye Okoro, that the two devotees had a misunderstanding and as a result the wife pulled at Ifeanyi’s manhood, which allegedly led to his death.”

Manhunt has been launched to arrest the major suspect, stating that once the investigation was over, the suspect(s)  could be charged to court docket for prosecution


Coronavirus: Festus Keyamo (SAN) publicly criticize the killing of a 28yrs old man who contravened the lockdown order

The 28-year-old man, who failed to stop at the lockdown checkpoint, was supposedly killed by a soldier. The minister for state labor and jobs,  Festus Keyamo (SAN), denounced the killing in Delta state for an alleged violation of a lockdown order by one Joseph Pessu.

In an attempt to slow down and  control the and spread of coronavirus, which ravaging the nation and the world, the government ordered a halt to social and economic activities in the state in the past, effective Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

Pessu had reportedly been shot and killed by a soldier in Warri on Thursday 2 April while traveling along the Ugbuwangue NPA Exp axis.

The nation reports that a team of security personnel identified the deceased but to stop to identify the deceased properly. He was shot dead after a pursuit by police men.

Keyamo, from Delta, condemned the killing and other allegations of security forces ‘high-handedness in the implementation of the lock-down in a statement on Thursday.

“When dealing with the civilian population, I condemn this barbaric act unreservedly by armed people who should practice restraint,” he said.

Keyamo, a human rights activist, said he was going to make a submission to the appropriate authorities to investigate the incident thoroughly and to make a report for the offending officers.Festus Keyamo reacts to the killing in Delta state

‘In the meantime, please let us not take the law into our hands. I will also use this medium to sincerely appeal to my Delta state brothers and sisters to comply with the laws and to obey the restricting orders placed on both the government of the Delta state and the federal government.

According to the government, Nigeria reported a total of 184 coronavirus installations in 12 States and the federal capital territory on 1 April but Delta is not currently being affected. State lockdown orders are precautionary, according to the government.

The government has also been contacted to carry out immediate and comprehensive investigations into this murder.