Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Man In Court For Allegedly Raping Fellow Chorister

A man identified as Chukwuma Iheme was on Wednesday charged before an Ogudu Magistrate’s Court, Lagos, for allegedly attempting to rape a church member. 25-yeaar-old Iheme and his victim are choristers of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Goshen Parish, Ogudu Lagos. The suspect with no fixed address who pleaded not guilty was arraigned on a three count-charge of assault, stealing and rape.

5 Women, 4 Men Arrested For Prostitution

The police in Lagos yesterday, arraigned five women suspected to be commercial sex workers and four men accused of patronising them. The defendants were charged with prostitution, unlawful gathering, breach of peace and loitering before an Ojokoro Magistrates’ Court.  They are: Emeka Chukwuma, 28; Paul Okon, 26; Fabian Sunday, 26; Shedrach John, 30 and Angel David, 27.

Extra Judicial Kiliings: Police Allegedly Killed 7195 In Four Years -AGF

The Nigeria Police Force was on Monday alleged to have been responsible for the extra judicial killing of 7,195 persons in four years.  The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice (AGF), Mr Mohammed Bello Adoke (SAN) revealed this while delivering a keynote address yesterday at the national dialogue on torture, extra-judicial killings and national security organised by the national human rights commission (NHRC) in Abuja. The AGF said that the Federal Government has noted with concern that the police has through the years relied on ‘’Police Force Order 237’’ to commit extra-judicial killings.
He said the order which allows the police to shoot any suspect or detainees trying to escape or avoid arrest has led to extra-judicial killings of 7,195 people in four years, out of which 2,500 were detainees.

Helen Ukpabio's Mum Dies Of Heartbreak After Losing 3 Sons Same Day

 Evangelist Helen Ukpabio's mom, Mrs Etim Ukpabio, has passed away on weeks after witnessing the killing of 3 of her sons...around the same day. She also misplaced a daughter  nights later on who died from shock immediately after learning about what transpired to her brothers. Mrs Ukpabio's three sons, Joseph, Charles and Emmanuel Ukpabio (pictured above) ended up allegedly killed by males with the State Security Service (SSS) on Sunday March 25th 2012 in front of their aged mom (Read Full Story HERE), who loved ones say by no means recovered through the incident. They say she died incredibly unsatisfied, sad woman sometimes past month and kept begging people to help her get justice for her young children. Which Way Naija ???

Nigerian Girl (Franca Abumen) Has Been Killed In Rome, Italy

Franca Abumen, a 27 years old Nigerian, living in Rome, Italy, has met her untimely death in the hands of an unknown men who brutally murdered her by tying her ankles and strangling her to death with a black cord, tied around her neck. Franca was killed in the woods of Stifone, between Narni Waters, in Rome and her body was found 24 hours after her death on Sunday 10th of December, 2012; after her friends called the police to declare her missing when she failed to return home from work (prostitution).

Chris Okotie to sue INEC over party de-registration, plans to contest in 2015

Rev Chris Okotie's political party, FRESH Democratic Party was one of the 28 parties De-registered by the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) on Thursday 6th December. The Head Pastor of Household of God said he's planning to sue INEC for their action and also contest in 2015 whether his party is De-registered or not!

(Video - Photo) Hitman shoots and kills aspiring rapper in broad day light in NYC

However, New York 1 reports that Woodard also had a criminal past - including charges for cocaine possession and hit-and-run driving. In 2009, he was arrested for stealing several bottles of wine from a market and has an assault and battery charge from as recent as June 2012. 'This is a shock,' Woodard's father J Lincoln Woodard told the Daily News.

Lagos Chief Judge frees 46 Inmates from Ikoyi Prisons

The Chief Judge of Lagos State, Justice Ayotunde Phillips, yesterday Tuesday December 11th released 46 prisoners, including 75-year-old man, from the Ikoyi Prisons in Lagos during her visit to the prison.
Justice Ayotunde Phillips released 233 prisoners just four months ago after reviewing their cases during a visit to the prison in September. She said the gesture was aimed at de-congesting the prison in order to alleviate the sufferings of the inmates.

Nigerian Doctors Begin Indefinite Strike Over Taxes

Harder times await patients seeking medical care as Resident Doctors at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, on Tuesday embarked on an indefinite strike.  The doctors, under the aegis of Association of Resident Doctors (ARD), commenced the indefinite strike over the implementation of a new tax law which they described as exorbitant and lacking uniform application.


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