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41  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Fake Amnesty conditions for Boko haram in circulation on: 5-04-2013 07:30 PM



1. A ministry of Northern affairs must be established like the Niger Delta Ministry.
2. Each Boko haram member who embraces the amnesty will receive an initial cash reward of 3 million naira to start up a business.
3. Boko haram members who embrace the amnesty program will be giving a house by the FG
4. Boko haram leaders who embraced the amnesty program will be giving a cash gift of 20 million naira each and other juicy packages will also follow
5. Selected boko haram members from each zone will be taken abroad for training, just as the Niger delta militants enjoyed.
6. Each boko haram member will be on a monthly salary of N100,000 for a period of 3 years.
7. FG must rebuild borno, yobe and other state they claimed the JTF destroyed.
8. Security contract will be given to Boko haram leaders to secure the north.
8. JTF will be completely withdrawn from the northern states, where boko haram operates.
 
With all the powers conferred on me as the main Ogbuefi Ndigbo I proclaim:

I am certain this is mischief! It cannot be true. If true, then I will resign from my enviable position as Ogbuefi Ndigbo gburugburu!
 
Having said the above, Welcome to Nigeria...

MEND = contract worth billions
OPC = contract worth billions
BOKO HARAM = potential amnesty and possible contract worth billions
MASSOB = killing bullets and to be dumped in Ezu River

Meanwhile, MEND, OPC & BOKO HARAM are armed groups while MASSOB is not an armed group. All those 4 groups want sovereign states or resource control.
 
That's what we call "One Nigeria" in my country.



ANOTHER VIEW:

Eba Okorodudu White POSTED: ''This country amazes me. I thought some people said that GEJ has been the one exploding bombs. Why are some people asking for amnesty? Amnesty for who exactly? For GEJ?''
 
Moreover, Some Nigerians have gone to town with inconclusive news items on DIALOGUE with possibilities of ''conditional amnesty'' which up till this moment is still INCONCLUSIVE..
 
"On amnesty, what we discussed is that the general opinion in the country is that amnesty should be factored in to whatever the government is trying to do to overcome the violence that is taking place all over the country and, particularly, in most parts of the North.
 
"Fortunately, the president is already thinking hard on it and he assured us that there is a special meeting on the matter tomorrow and am sure that something substantial will come out of that meeting," Ango Abdulahi'
 
THINKING HARD ON IT has suddenly become granting amnesty....? Ever since, the President and the FG have offered DIALOGUE... What is the justification for their asking for amnesty? Who and who have the guts to come out to tell the whole world that he prefers cash for bombing people in churches to 72 virgins in Al Janna? TALL ORDER...?
 
42  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / reality celebrity, Kim kardashian denies disgusting tweet against Nigeria on: 30-03-2013 11:52 PM




Controversial celebrity, Kim Kardashian has denounced and disclaimed a tweet in which she allegedly called Nigeria a disgusting country whose women look like apes! The reality celebrity who was recently in Nigeria for the Darey Art Alade 'Love Like a Movie' concert for which she was reportedly paid half a million dollars, who has no real claim to
 
celebrity status said an online prankster publicized an offensive tweet that seemed like it was written by her and wants to set the record straight.
 
The pregnant socialite posted messages from her Twitter account assuring her followers that she did not write the racist tweet about Nigeria.
 
The fake tweet stated, "Nigeria is such a disgusting country. I couldn't wait to leave. lol Scott said their women look like apes and I agree."
 
In response, the mom-to-be tweeted, "I see there's a photo shopped tweet floating around, supposedly I said something about Nigeria. That was NOT me, or my feelings," she wrote on Wednesday morning.
 
Kim K. went on to add, "That fake tweet is very disturbing & I would NEVER EVER tweet something like that."
 
An Internet prankster has claimed responsibility for the stunt.
 
In a recent interview with Extra, the 32-year-old reality star said that she and Kanye are considering giving their first child a name that starts with the letter K in unison with their own names.
 
"I think it would be really cute because Kanye and I are both K's, but half the names on our list aren't K's," she told Extra's Maria Menounos . "We still have time, [so we'll do] whatever feels right." Kardashian added that her rapper boyfriend, 35, "wants something that's unique."
 
During the interview, Kim K. also addressed the public scrutiny she's been receiving for gaining weight during her pregnancy. "There are maybe two or three covers just this week that say I am 200 pounds. I'm like, 'You are 60 pounds off here!'" she laughed. "It wouldn't even bother me if I gained all the weight. And I have the biggest sweet tooth and I love junk food. Being pregnant I don't like any of it."
43  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: Pictures Of Actress Uche Ogbodo With & Without Make-up on: 2-02-2013 09:27 PM
Make up or no make up, she looks like a masqurade even more with a make up...
44  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Nigerian student, John Amechi Eze, 23, to be hanged in Malaysia for drug traffic on: 26-01-2013 03:05 PM
45  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Nigerian student, John Amechi Eze, 23, to be hanged in Malaysia for drug traffic on: 26-01-2013 03:05 PM
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John Amechi Eze

John Amaechi Eze, a 23-yr-old Nigerian student studying at a college in Kuala, Lumpur in Malaysia has been sentenced to death by hanging over drug trafficking.

John was found guilty of cannabis trafficking two years ago but his sentencing took place few days ago.

According to the judge in charge of his case, the prosecution had proved its case beyond reasonable doubt against John Amaechi Eze.
John Amaechi Eze, a 23-yr-old Nigerian student studying at a college in Kuala, Lumpur in Malaysia has been sentenced to death by hanging over drug trafficking.

John was found guilty of cannabis trafficking two years ago but his sentencing took place few days ago.

According to the judge in charge of his case, the prosecution had proved its case beyond reasonable doubt against John Amaechi Eze.

According to reports on NewStraitsTimes, in his judgment, Judicial Commissioner Mohd Zaki Abdul Wahab said the accused claimed he was waiting to board an express bus at a restaurant in front of the Lye Huat Garden hall when he was arrested by police.

However, he said the court did not believe his claim that he did not own the luggage when witnesses had testified that he was with the luggage all the time.

After his sentencing, a blogger who lives in Malaysia by the name of Ola shared his experience on how Nigerians are battling to survive in Malaysia over racism and discrimination.

He additionally warned people against cocaine, drug trafficking.

Below is what Ola has to say;

Now, for anyone harboring thoughts of trafficking drugs to this country, this is what you get. It beats me why someone would risk their life, by taking banned substance to this racist called Malaysia, because when issued a visa, it is clearly stated that the punishment for drug trafficking in Malaysia is death.

To be fair and honest to Malaysia, there are some very nice and wonderful people out there, but they are greatly outnumbered by the bigots among them. I live and study in Malaysia and I’ve observed a bias pattern in judicial procedures and policing as regards drug trafficking and crime prevention.
My assertions are based on my day to day experience and observation as a resident.

I have no statistical analysis of the Nigerian population living in Malaysia neither do I have the exact figures or nationality of the number of cases prosecuted by the Malaysian judiciary.
From the Nigerian side, The easterners (Igbos) out-number other ethnic groups within the Nigerian community here. That’s why most Nigerians you meet are from the east.

A lot Nigerians you meet are not in Malaysia to study, though they are enrolled in one college or another, they are semi-illiterates or outright illiterates, very lousy, brash and arrogant (for reasons I don’t understand). Then we have the stranded group who were duped by travel agents into thinking the pasture in Malaysia is greener.

In short, You meet criminals of all shapes, size and age. They just sleep, eat, wake up, and hope the next Maga pays. They are so much, you’ll think all Nigerians living in Malaysia are criminals, but we have bright students doing well and graduating in Malaysian Universities, we have gainfully employed graduates trained by Malaysians themselves (few) and business men and women doing legitimate business exporting goods to and from Nigeria (also few compared to the population of the Nigerian community).

But the Yahoo boys and drug traffickers are so high in number it seems they’ve all relocated from Nigeria to Malaysia. Conditions here favour them.
Basic infrastructure is great here compared to what we have in Nigeria. 24 hours electricity, running water, well laid roads, affordable high speed internet, compact 3/4 bedroom apartment, affordable furniture, little or no scrutiny on international remittance etc. Malaysia is a Yahoo Boy’s paradise. Though, most foreigners especially new comers call them (Malaysians) lazy and stupid (I still don’t get the rationale behind that).

On the Malaysian side, you’ll meet the Malay Supremacist. A Muslim, religious bigot, loud, aggressive and assertive. He (male and female) hates Jews and despises Christians. He wants to protect the “sanctity” of Islam, State resources are at his disposal. His opinion and interest supercedes that of others. His ancestors are the first settlers in Peninsular Malaysia.

His interpretation of the Islamic text dictates and guides the Muslim community and some times the whole nation. His favourite question when he meets you for the first time in class or anywhere is “Are you Muslim?”. He runs the country and he knows it.

Then we have the Chinese Chauvinist, a business tycoon/ hard working student. Drives flashy cars, he believes his race is the best. He is rich and he has read stories of Nigerians using Malaysian girls as drug mules, black/chemical money stories; he has meet or read of stranded Nigerians who loiter around Kuala-Lumpur begging for money (these stranded guys don’t shower, so they stink).

He cringes when you happen to be in the same elevator, crosses to the other side of the road when you are walking towards each other and always thinks you need something from him any time you try to talk to him. He has held on to so many Nigerian horrible stories and thinks every Nigerian is like that.

Then, we have the Angry Indian, always pissed and mean-mugging you. He has been discriminated against so much that even his language is not included in the country’s ATM machine (LMAO). He is always trying to pick fights with you and the first comment he makes is “THIS IS MY COUNTRY!”.

He’ll smash his crash helmet on you at the slightest provocation or stab you. He also reads of atrocities committed by Nigerians and sees you as a threat.
So, living in Malaysia has made me a racism connoisseur of sought. In fact, I have become so sensitive that I believe I can tell if an individual is racist within a few seconds of being around them. There are people in Malaysia whose sole purpose in life is just to ruin your day. Racism in Malaysia is perfect. It is subtle when it needs to be and brass when necessary.

As a foreigner you might be misled into thinking Malaysia is a boring place and no one gives a damn about you, so you can do what ever you like and get away with it. No, you are seriously mistaken. Malaysia sometimes feels like the North-Korea we watch on T.V. Some citizens are very nosy and they watch and observe every move you make. I read a news article some weeks ago that says about 80% of Police personnel don’t do normal Policing but rather, spy and gather intelligence.

So, my point is this. Malaysia is a tightly controlled society where the authorities decide what business prospers, whether legal or illegal. Elements within the police control the drug trade, the distributors are under their command and they arrest them when it’s politically needed to unite the country against a common enemy. We hear of stories of Iranian and Arab drug traffickers who are quietly deported and warned never to return to Malaysia but other nationalities are shown off as trophy in front of news men who broadcast and publish sensational news headlines.

South-east Asian countries are united against drug trafficking and they hold meetings regularly to discuss new strategies on deterrent, Death (rolls eyes). So, it baffles me why people still take the risks John Amaechi Eze was sentenced on January 22; a British Grand mother Lindsay Sandiford was also sentenced to death on the same day in Indonesia.

In the year 2008, two Nigerians were executed in Indonesia and one in Singapore.

Nigerians, please stop trying to bring drugs into Malaysia.

A word they say is enough for the wise.

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46  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Atiku finally exposes Obasanjo's corruption on: 8-01-2013 04:52 PM
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Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar in a forthcoming book entitled 'Atiku Media Office: The Wars, The Victories', alleges that former President Olusegun Obasanjo heavily enriched himself as Nigeria's President between 1999 to 2007. Atiku who was Obasanjo's deputy until the two fell out made a mockery of the much touted anti-corruption crusade of his erstwhile boss, Obasanjo.
The book, excerpts of which was reproduced below, lampooned Obasanjo and his anti-graft war and said: "It is, however, ironic that the same EFCC (Economic and Financial Crimes Commission), whose only allegation against Atiku Abubakar is authorisation of placement of deposits in interest-yielding bank accounts, failed to see anything wrong or even curious is a situation where Obasanjo who in 1999 had less than N20,000 in his bank account managed to acquire several highly mechanised multi-million naira farms in all the six geo-political zones of the country; Obasanjo palm oil farms in Calabar; his farm at Oke-Ogun area of Oyo State, the biggest of its kind in Africa; big fish farms in Lanlate and Ota; a big poultry farm in Ibogun and oil palm and estate at Ehuuagie, Rivers State.
"As if that was not enough, Obasanjo's investments allegedly stretch across all sectors of the economy with such ventures as the multi-million naira Temperance Hotel, Ota; the Bells Secondary School and University; Transcorp, which owns the Abuja Hilton, NITEL, oil blocks; steel company, as well as a speculated interest in the Aluminium Smelter Company of Nigeria (ALSCON) in Ikot-Abasi, which was allegedly sold to foreign interests allegedly at a price believed to be far below its actual value."
However, Atiku claimed in the book that "it was clear that the President did not want a strong Vice President or one with a mind of his own."
Really? And yet Atiku was given so much power to control the party, the governors and key sectors of the economy?
Atiku also claimed that he brought people like Soludo, Okonjo Iwealla, El-rufai and Ribadu into the government, but now wants us to believe that he was allowed to do all these by a "petty, impulsive and dictatorial" president?
I am also surprised that the famed "considerable weight", which Atiku deployed to get Obasanjo re-elected could not be deployed by Atiku to get himself elected after three attempts to become president! Let's also not forget that the pack of "15 PDP governors solidly behind Atiku" were all crooks led by the likes of James Onanefe Ibori, Lucky Igbinedion, Diepriye Alamesiegha, Orji Uzor Kalu etc. etc. So why would such characters not prefer an Atiku presidency?
I am also surprised by Atiku's admission that although the president "released a statement to the public that Atiku would run for re-election with him, Atiku felt he could no longer trust his boss". So why did he remain on the ticket? Power without principles?
Now, Atiku claims that he had to be "sent on a hastily arranged errand outside the country" before Ogbeh could be removed as PDP chairman. So where was he sent to when Gemade and Solomon Lar were removed? I could go on and on to do a review on the book but I can only sum up by saying that I am severely disappointed with Atiku's media team who, in spite of their famed invincibility, cannot produce a coherent argument in trying to rehabilitate their boss.
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47  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Too busy to make love, man approves of sex between wife and son on: 24-11-2012 05:36 AM
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•Photo shows Niger State Governor Babangida Aliyu, in whose domain the abomination is taking place.



By News Express, www.newsexpressngr.com, on 16/11/2012

Abomination! Abomination!! Abomination!!!
 In a case that’s simply incredible, a man in the Nigerian city of Suleja has approved of sexual relations between his 39-year-old wife and 19 years old son, saying there’s nothing wrong with it. Towing the same line of thought, the son and wife equally see nothing wrong in their incestuous relationship.
 Mr. Audu Ibrahim, a resident of Bakassi area of Suleja, a prominent city in Niger State and neighbour to Abuja, the Nigerian capital, claims to be too busy to have time to satisfy the emotional needs of his wife, Sophia. He, therefore sees nothing wrong in his son Umar playing that role in the life of Sophia, who is his stepmother.
 “I don’t want my beloved son to suffer emotionally. Since my wife is his happiness, I’m very pleased with it,” the Abuja-based Blueprint quoted Ibrahim as saying.
 
“You can see how busy I am with my job. I do not want an outsider to have an affair with my wife,” Ibrahim added.

How and why I want my stepmother —Umar

 Explaining how the incestuous relationship started and justifying it, Umar said:
 
“My father lost interest in sex, due to very tight business schedule, some years ago. For many years, she (his stepmother) has been without sex or with little sex. My dad would go out for business in the morning and the next time he would show up, would be many days after. When he eventually came home, he was very tired. It seemed to me that the spark had gone out of my parents’ marriage.
 “Don’t get me wrong, my dad was a loving father and husband also. But the romance that was present at the early state of his marriage was gone. So I began to pay my stepmom compliments on her looks, which made her blush. As days passed by, my desire increased to have her in bed.”

There’s nothing wrong with what we’re doing —Sophia
 
Umar’s stepmom, Sophia, a native of Sierra Leone, justified the abomination because of her husband’s “laxity” to her “toward sex.”
 Her words: “He was content with his business, transcendental meditation and yoga. He seldom revealed his horny side and when he did, it was more out of his own personal compulsions.
 
“He had always remained predictable on the bed. He looked so methodical while having sex. He wasn’t getting anywhere closer to what I normally expected from him.
 “I kept telling lies to him that I had enjoyed his intimacy, as was expected from a typical housewife.
 “At 39, it was humiliating to resort to young guys and now I believe my handsome stepson would fulfill my desires.
 “But some incidents occurred between me and my own stepson that changed all that. My desire and lust to made loveual relation with my son increased and so I started working to make it true.”
News Express however strongly condemns this sacrilegious act and hereby calls on the Niger State Government as well as the Nigeria Police to step in to bring the full wrath of the law on these lawbreakers. Incense is a crime against God and man and our statute books recognise it as an evil practice. Whoever is brazenly practising or promoting it should be made to face the full wrath of the law before others begin to emulate them.
48  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Nigerian Woman Sentenced to 80 Years Imprisonment In US on: 24-11-2012 04:40 AM
Quote from: dlimelite on 23-11-2012 06:56 PM
Babies having babies again.  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Why would you abandon your children at home to go shopping. Is it an emergency that cant wait? You didnt even think about your children. And ontop of that leave a pan of grease heating on the stove. You can't complete one task at a time? Clearly stupid. I feel sorry for those kids who lost their lives  becuz they were born with an untrained foolish parent and didn't get to fulfill their task in life.  Cry Rest in peace little angels
It seems like u didn't understand the story before u made ur comment, the children are not hers but rather she has a day care where she watches other people's children when they go to work or their business..
49  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Boko Haram: CAN queries Buhari’s choice as mediator on: 6-11-2012 08:28 PM
50  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Boko Haram: CAN queries Buhari’s choice as mediator on: 6-11-2012 08:27 PM
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Christians have taken the dialogue proposal by Boko Haram insurgents with a pinch of salt.
 
To Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) President Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, the sect whose fighters have killed about 3000 since 2009 – according to Army Chief Gen. Azubuike Ihejirika – should not give conditions for dialogue with the government.
 
Besides, said Pastor Oritsejafor, it has no right to invite just anybody as moderator and should not determine the pattern.
 
He also wondered why the choice of former Head of State Gen. Muhammadu Buhari as a moderator and the others picked by the sect.
 
The Chief of Army Staff, who was represented by the General Officer Commanding (GOC) 2 Division, spoke in Ilorin yesterday.
 
Boko Haram, which detests western education, last week, offered to hold talks with the government, but gave conditions.
 
Rev. Oritsejafor, who spoke in Warri at the weekend, said:
 
“The first question we will ask is whether the people that gave the conditions are really Boko Haram members or not. I don’t know. I was saying to somebody that I want to sit back and watch. I want to look at the unfolding events because what we are seeing is quite interesting. What we are hearing is even much more interesting than what we are seeing.
 
“My first question is to ask if they are the real members of Boko Haram or somebody else. We will know their true identity in the next few days. We will be sure whether it is Boko Haram or not.
 
“The next question is whether they are sincere if it is Boko Haram or its just a blackmail? I’m very puzzled and I don’t understand how a criminal terrorist organisation will give conditions to a legitimate sitting government of a country. It’s a bit puzzling to me.
 
“There are many questions that demand answers. Why Saudi Arabia ? There are so many things to look at in the whole thing. Why Buhari? Why all these names? Again, I reserve my comments. I have just thrown out those questions, should I say as teasers so that you can be thinking and contemplating. These are things that are going on in my mind.
 
“To me, what we have heard raises more questions than any answer at all. There are much more questions now unanswered, to me, as far as I am concerned. The last teaser is that a day or two after the conditions they gave, a retired General was killed. The questions are increasing, so I am a little bit puzzled. So, I reserve my comments, for now.”
 
On the sincerity of the Federal Government to tackle Boko Haram, Pastor Ortisejafor said: “First of all, I am not a member of (President Goodluck) Jonathan’s cabinet and I am not in his inner circle. So, I don’t know what goes on in the government. It is hard for me to tell you how sincere he is (in tackling the Boko Haram problem). But I would be surprised, if he is not sincere because it won’t do him any good. He (Jonathan) has nothing to gain from Boko Haram destroying Nigeria. First of all it will not be good for him that it would be said that it was when he was President that an extremist group broke up the nation. So that can not be good for him.
 
“Secondly I believe that as a good president or somebody who ran the presidency of this nation, he would want to be able to say this is what I have done. But how will you do anything in this kind of atmosphere? So it will not make sense if he would not be sincere in wanting to tackle the problem.
 
“I think in my own opinion, he is sincere, but whether they are doing enough is another thing. There are many things that I think can still be done. I personally believe for example that he (Mr. President) must look again at the security agencies.
 
“Number one, they need to be trained and retrained. A lot of them don’t know what they are dealing with. They need to be trained and constantly retrained, especially with the things we are experiencing. If you look at the police to be more specific, they are under equipped; they are under funded. The problem with funding them again is fraud because there is no part of Nigeria now that you don’t find fraud. Everywhere you turn to, anything you turn to and everywhere you look at, there is fraud. The level of greed in Nigeria is so high. He must find a way to fund and equip the police and bring them up to date with what is happening in the world. Nigeria is not a poor country so they (the police) should be brought up to date.
 
“I would say that apart from equipment, they (the Police) should be paid well. Their salaries should be increased. You don’t expect a man earning some meagre amount to risk his life and to just go and die just like that. We should know that as a policeman, he has a wife and probably he has children. What is going to happen to them? How much has he been able to save? What kind of pension does he have? What kind of security have you made for his future and his family’s? These are things that must be looked at.
 
“I have said that among our security agents in the security agencies, there are some of them who are more loyal to their religion than to Nigeria . It is a major problem and we all pretend. We know the truth but we pretend. We don’t want to say it because if you say it, you are not nice and you are not a good Nigerian. You are not an ostrich, you go to hide your head in the sand, but I can’t do it. I was not brought up that way. I was brought up to be bold and to speak the truth at any time. A lot of them don’t believe in Nigeria as much as they believe in their religion. So, they are prepared to sell Nigeria to protect their religion. That is dangerous for a country like Nigeria . I don’t know how far we can go as a nation.
 
“Many times Boko Haram gets information about their movement, their plans, and their intentions before they carry them out. From the same people who are sitting and planning it. Before they finish planning, the information is given out to them. We have heard it and we have seen serving security agents who are literally part of this whole problem.”
 
“Some of them are in strategic positions. That is what makes it bad so that if they can know these people and quietly remove them, make them redundant, put them in places where they can not get information, where they don’t know what is going on and put the right people in the right places. It may help.
 
“I am using this medium to make the appeal to our Muslim leaders in the North. I have nothing against the Muslims. There are many wonderful Muslims and I would always stretch out my hands of fellowship. We own Nigeria together. There are so many of them who, I believe, are passionate about Nigeria. But I think they must not come out to condemn what is happening; we have been condemning it. Boko Haram is first of all an ideology. It is a fundamentalist ideology. That is what it is. It is what you call Islamism. They take all those ideas from the Quran not from the Bible.
 

via The Nation


http://thenationonlineng.net/new/news/boko-haram-can-queries-buharis-choice-as-mediator-2/
51  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Sharia: 3 sisters in court for molesting 22-yr-old man on: 6-11-2012 08:07 PM
Quote from: ajanni on  6-11-2012 08:10 AM
you are a complette animal , who let you out from the zoo?
Look at this ugly monkey, u urself needs to go back to Zoo where u belongs....
52  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Sharia: 3 sisters in court for molesting 22-yr-old man on: 6-11-2012 03:22 AM
Quote from: ajanni on  5-11-2012 06:53 PM

jobless poster, this very post/ incident happened uver a year ago now, whats your gain in re-posting it again?
U're a fool, y not click on the lick nd find out that it just happened. But how come u didn't post the one that happened last year, is it bcoz is from ur own Aboki people.. U like to read  nd comment bad things for any story from other trbies but once the story is about ur own tribe, u becomes so defensive, y?.....
53  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / .3yr-old pupil found dead in toilet; teacher, nannies arrested on: 4-11-2012 07:05 PM
A three-year old girl identified as Imiefan Omokaro was on Thursday afternoon found dead in the toilet of her school, known as Kingdom Heritage Model School along Sapele road in Benin City.
 
She was said to have fallen into a bucket half filled with water.
 A source said a teacher who found the little girl at the toilet raised alarm and the girl was taken to the Winners Chapel Church, owners of the school, where pastors engaged in marathon prayers to revive the girl.
 
It was learnt that when the mother of the child came to the school to pick her daughter, the teacher said they were looking for the child.
 The source said it was after two hours that the child was taken to a hospital where a nurse on duty confirmed her dead.
 
Father of the girl who gave his name as Omokaro Jolly said he dropped his daughter at school hale and healthy and was surprised that the school authorities could not tell him what happened to his daughter.
 
He said his wife called him at about 3:45 to inform him that their daughter was missing and when he got to the school, he was asked to go to the hospital where he saw his child stone dead.
 
.According to him, “When I dropped my daughter in school, she said I should come and pick her up so that I can buy her chocolate but I can’t see my daughter now.”
 
The matter was reported at the Etete Police Station and it was learnt that the class teacher and two nannies have been arrested.
 ”I can’t brought a baby to school and they expect me to collect a lifeless baby. It is their responsibility to tell me what happened to my baby”.
 
The wife, Mrs. Osarogue who was in tears said, “I went to the school and asked where is my love. Nobody answered me. I asked the aunty, she told that my daughter went to the toilet.”
 
The matter was reported at the Etete Police Station and it was learnt that the class teacher and two nannies have been arrested.
 
via Vanguard


http://www.vanguardngr.com/2012/11/3yr-old-pupil-found-dead-in-toilet-teacher-nannies-arrested/
54  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Hummer Jeep-owning sergeant rearrested for robbery while on bail on: 4-11-2012 07:02 PM
The tale of how of a new generation bank at Akowonjo, Lagos, was robbed last year won’t be complete without the mention of Eboma Onyeka, a sergeant who was at the time of the incident attached to the Mobile Police Unit 20, at Ikeja.
 
Onyeka had allegedly conspired with four others, including an employee of the said bank and robbed the bank he was to secure of about N10m in April 2011. A security guard attached to the bank, Sunday Ogundipe, was strangled in the process. Two months after, Onyeka was arrested, tried and dismissed from the force before he was arraigned with his accomplices on armed robbery and murder charges in July 2011.
 
However, Onyeka is once again a guest of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, Lagos, months after securing his bail. He is said to have allegedly been involved in a series of bank ATM robberies since his bail from Kirikiri Prisons in December 2011.
 
But Onyeka strenuously denied his involvement in any bank robbery attacks and he was quick to give a recap of his activities since his bail from prison.
 
“After I got my bail, I left Lagos for my village in Delta State. I stayed there for about two, three months because I was ill and needed to recover. When I was fully recovered, l went to Benin City and met a friend whom I pleaded with for assistance. My friend gave me an Audi car to use as a taxi, so I could earn a living. I also underwent a 10-week course in producing insecticides and fruit juices.
 
“Upon the completion of my course, I returned to Lagos because I needed to start a business of my own. Since there was no place for me to go, I called a friend of mine who is a serving police inspector and he asked me to see him. My wife had returned to her family with my children after I got into prison, so I had no home in Lagos. All this happened in August 2012. It was the very day that I arrived Lagos that I was arrested by SARS operatives. I still had my toiletries on me,” Onyeka said.
 
However, the Lagos State Police Commissioner, Mr. Umar Manko, told CRIME DIGEST that Onyeka was arrested after the spate of bank ATM robberies in Lagos metropolis went up. He said, “In the months following Onyeka’s bail from prison custody, we started getting reports of bank ATM robberies nearly every weekend. Prior to his arrest last year, there were only two gangs responsible for bank ATM robberies in Lagos: Onyeka’s and another gang. As at the time he went to prison custody, the ATM robberies had reduced to the barest minimum.
 
“So when reports of ATM robberies began to come in, we decided to check with the prison to confirm if Onyeka was still in their custody but he wasn’t. We began investigations and we were able to obtain his number. Through his phone number, we were able to track his movements until he got to Lagos and thereafter we rearrested him. His gang was responsible for the recent robbery of a new generation bank where a police corporal lost his life.
 
“At the time of his arrest, Onyeka had in his possession a fake identity card which portrayed him as a serving member of the Mobile Police Force. When SARS operatives stormed the hotel where he was meeting with a friend, Onyeka had flashed his card to the team, not knowing that he was the target of the raid.”
 
CRIME DIGEST investigations revealed that Onyeka was granted bail at an Igbosere High Court 14 in December 2011 through a motion on bail application notice. His lawyer, who identified himself as T.J. Ajapuno, said, “In law, everyone is considered innocent until proven otherwise. Onyeka’s wife came to see me, requesting my services so that her husband could get bail and due process was followed. If Onyeka went ahead to start robbing again after his bail was granted, that is his own cup of tea. His wife and his pastor had stood for him as sureties.
 
“We served the police and the State Criminal Investigative Department at Panti got a copy of the bail application. The Directorate for Public Prosecution got a copy too. I wasn’t even aware that the DPP’s advice was out; I don’t have the facts of the case and the DPP doesn’t even have Onyeka’s file. It is not as if the case is over, the substantive matter is before Justice Okunnu at the Ikeja High Court.”
 
Onyeka, however, told CRIME DIGEST that since his bail, he had had no further court appearance. “Although I was in touch with my lawyer and one of his subordinates, they told me that they would contact me if anything came up.”
 
Before his arrest in July 2011, Onyeka had just completed a training course for inspectors and was awaiting promotion to same rank. Published reports (not The PUNCH) said Onyeka was arrested in his private Hummer Jeep on his way to keeping an appointment with other members of his gang around 1.30 am on July 26, 2011.
 
Onyeka allegedly had in possession, an AK 47 rifle and a big bag containing a face mask and other suspicious items. Before his dismissal last year, the 41-year-old had served the Nigeria Police Force for 19 years.
 

via Punch


http://www.punchng.com/feature/crime-digest/hummer-jeep-owning-sergeant-rearrested-for-robbery-while-on-bail/
55  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Bishop Nelly, notorious kidnap kingpin, gunned down on: 4-11-2012 06:58 PM
By JIMITOTA ONOYUME, Port Harcourt
 POLICE yesterday gunned down an alleged notorious kidnap kingpin, Bishop Nelly and six other members of his gang in Ogoni area of Rivers state.
 
The state Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Ben Ugwuegbulam who disclosed this to newsmen in Port Harcourt yesterday said the Police encountered the suspected kidnappers in a fierce gun battle at their hide out in the early hours of yesterday.
 
He said the Police trailed them to the hide out after they kidnapped a Turkish national and staff of Rivigo construction company, Mr Biram Karakus.
 
He said the hoodlums were behind several kidnap incidents in the state and killing of Policemen.
 
Continuing, the Police spokesman gave the name of the leader of the notorious kidnap group as Bishop Nelly, saying he was among the seven that died after the fierce gun battle.
 
He said two ladies who were members of the gang also sustained gunshot injuries during the gun battle.
 
DSP Ugwuegbulam said the Police recovered N98,900 being part of N20million allegedly paid to the gang as ransom to secure the release of the Turkish hostage.
 
He said six AK 47 riffles, 444 rounds of live ammunition, 17 magazines and charms were among items recovered from the hoodlums.
 
“Today at about 02:50 hours, following investigation into the kidnapping of one Biram Karakus, a Turkish national and staff of Rivigo construction company, Port Harcourt, a combined team of operatives of the Rivers state Police command and Brigade AKU, stormed the militant camp of a notorious gang, also responsible for kidnapping, armed robbery, killing of policemen, civilians in recent past in Kaani, Ogoni.
 
“On arrival at the camp, hoodlums opened fire on the team to enable them escape but police operatives returned fire and in the ensuing gun battle, six of the hoodlums were fatally wounded.
 
The gang leader later identified as Bishop Nelly and ten others which include two ladies sustained gunshot wounds and were rushed to hospital. Seven of the wounded hoodlums including the gang leader died on the way to hospital. “, he said.
 
Six of their operating AK 47 riffles, 444 rounds of live ammunition, 17 magazines and assorted charms were recovered. Two bags used to deliver the ransom money and sum of N98, 900 also part of the ransom of N20 million paid to them were recovered. “
 
via Vanguard

http://www.vanguardngr.com/2012/11/bishop-nelly-notorious-kidnap-kingpin-gunned-down/
56  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Sharia: 3 sisters in court for molesting 22-yr-old man on: 4-11-2012 06:39 PM


Yahanatu, one of the three sisters backing the camera

Three sisters of the same parents are currently before a sharia court in Gusau, Zamfara State, for allegedly molesting a 22-year-old man in the town during Ramadan.
 
The three ladies are currently before the Higher Sharia Court, New Market, accused of rape and assault of the man, Abdulrahman Suleiman, two months ago while the man was on duty at the state Ministry of Women Affairs.
 
The suspects, whose ages were between 19 and 23 years, were Yahanatu Ibrahim, Wasila Hassan and Rukkaya Hassan. The prosecutor informed the court that they were all residing in the Government Reserved Area (GRA) of Gusau metropolis.
 
When the case came up on Thursday, the judge adjourned it till November 13 to allow more witnesses to testify.
 
The case had been on since August. During the first court appearance, the prosecutor, Hashim Ibrahim, had told the court that the plaintiff, who is a member of the Boys Scout, was posted to the ministry as one of the security men. He also said that the three defendants went to the man on that fateful day in the morning before the commencement of the daily Ramadan preaching session which was usually held in the ministry and demanded he should take them to an office.
 
However on getting to the said office, the prosecutor said the ladies forcefully pushed him inside the office and removed his trousers and one of the accused ladies had oral sex with him. Thereafter, the court was told that the two other accused persons later had sex with him.
 
When the judge, Alkali Sanusi Muhammad Magami, asked the accused persons about the incident, they all pleaded not guilty.
 
The judge then adjourned the case to August 27, while the suspects were granted bail.
 
When the case came up on August 27, an interesting dimension was brought into the matter when a witness, Muawiyya Salisu, told the court that the ladies only held his manhood and this made the young man to faint.
 
Salisu disclosed that the ladies came to the Ramadan lecture hall playing music on their handsets and the man asked them to switch-off their phones which they refused.
 
He said about 20 witnesses were expected to appear and testify in the court.
 
The judge, for the second time, adjourned the case to September 10. He also granted bail to the accused persons without conditions.
 
Under the strict Islamic law (sharia) being observed in the state, if the ladies unmarried were found guilty of rape, the penalty would be 80 strokes of the cane plus one year jail term for each of them. However, if the ladies were found to have assaulted the man, they could be fined and sentenced to not less than six months imprisonment.
 
However, the mother of the ladies, Hajia Salame Hassan (60), who expressed sadness about the incident, told the Saturday Tribune that she had never envisaged that at her age, she would not find comfort. “Comfort had eluded me. Everyday, I raise my hands up praying to God to bring peace to me and members of the household.”
 
Hajia Salame insisted that her daughters were innocent. According to her “some people who witnessed the incident told me that my daughters were victimised.”
 
She told the Saturday Tribune that one of the ladies had a suitor and because of the noise made over the incident, the man had decided to stop the relationship.
 
She disclosed that her neighbours were even making jest of her family, adding that “sometimes, I spent the whole day inside my room because of the shame of facing my neighbours. I have trained them well. They are all always indoors. I don’t allow them to mix freely with those I feel are of unquestionable character.”
 
Findings by the Saturday Tribune revealed that two of the accused, Yahannatu Hassan and Wasila Hassan, are students of the state School of Nursing, while Ruqquya is a student in one of the secondary schools in the state capital.
 
According to the mother, she would not give up until she sees her children all graduating from their respective schools. She told the Saturday Tribune that her only wish now is to see the end of this case in favour of the ladies.
 
via Tribune


http://www.tribune.com.ng/sat/index.php/potpourri/9035-sharia-3-sisters-in-court-for-molesting-22-yr-old-man.html
57  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: 'I Was Disvirgined By Don Jazzy' – Tonto Dikeh Tweets on: 4-11-2012 06:30 PM
Where is the tweeter Mr poster, i don't comment on she say, he say......
58  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Driver on phone in fatal crash on: 29-10-2012 07:35 PM
An accident has happened in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital, after the driver of a lToyota Tundra, deep in a phone conversation, lost control, after suddenly slamming the brake at a speed breaker.
 His car swerved to the oncoming lane, hitting a Nissan Primera car.
The accident which occurred at about 6 p.m Sunday in front of a government office on Oke-Mosan-Kobape-Sagamu expressway claimed four lives on the spot, official and eyewitnesses said.
 The Toyota Tundra Jeep was marked , Lagos FC 787LND, and the Nissan Primera Lagos FZ 914 LSR.
The bodies of the victims were removed from wreckage after symphatisers used axes to cut through the car conveying the victims.
An eyewitness said the jeep was coming from Sagamu on high speed before it crossed over to the other lane and hit the car carrying six passengers.
It was learnt that the driver of the jeep was involved in a telephone conversation and suddenly stepped on the breaks when he got to a speed breaker.
“He suddenly applied brake but lost control and swerved to the other lane and rammed into the car,” the eyewitness said.
Officials of the Ogun State Rescue Team of Nigeria Security and the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDS), Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), Ogun State Traffic Compliance Agency (TRACE) were also at the scene.
The team leader of TRACE, Mr Oladele Badmos, corroborated the statements of the witness.
Badmos said information available revealed that the driver of the jeep was making a telephone call before he suddenly applied the brakes.
He said the corpses had been deposited at the morgue of the Federal Medical Centre, while the injured were receiving treatment at the same hospital..The TARCE official advised motorists not to use cell phones, while in motion to avoid accident.
 
via PM News
http://pmnewsnigeria.com/2012/10/29/driver-on-phone-in-fatal-crash/

59  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Pictures Of Aba Roads on: 29-10-2012 06:50 PM
Abia state Governor is the worst Governor in Nigeria, all he does is just pointing finger and accusing his predecessor instead of him to do his job. He's just there eating money and biting the finger that fed him, how can an ex convict become a Governor. Is only in Nigeria u will see all those things...... Can u give a dog a meat bone to hold for u? No way.........
60  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: I’m on revenge mission, says suspect who drugs, robs women on: 11-10-2012 06:06 PM
http://www.vanguardngr.com/2012/10/im-on-revenge-mission-says-suspect-who-drugs-robs-women/
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