A bride who joked about her new husband 'breaking her legs' was found dead at their home after he found out he was infertile.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
In the days leading up to her death she even told her mother back in England that she was frightened of her husband - a cannabis smoker - and needed to give him 'quiet space.'
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Another baby was today found abandoned in a Lagos canal.
The baby who still had its umbilical cord is suspected to be about 3-day-old.The baby was found dead floating atop a canal located at Orisan street, by Iyana bus stop, Ajangbadi, Lagos.
Video: Market Where Human Body Parts are Sold In London ‘View-er Discretion is strongly Advised’ (Watch Video)
This pop-up meat stall selling HUMAN FLESH has become a crowd-pleaser at a one of Britain’s most famous meat markets. Wesker & Son, who claim to have been providing “Fine meats since 1966″, set up a stall at London’s Smithfields market selling ‘human’ body parts, including hands, legs, buttocks and arms. To promote new zombie computer game Resident Evil 6, fans were invited to purchase the ‘delicacies’ made from various cuts of pork. ‘Peppered Human & Lemon Sausages’ and ‘J’avo Caught Human Thigh Steaks’ were available for purchase for those with strong stomachs, and all proceeds were donated to the Limbless Association.
Common man In Nigeria is already living in hell; he cannot lose anything more than this hell.” - Sule Lamido
“Nigeria will not break. It is too weak to break. Who will break it? The ordinary person in Jigawa or the ordinary person in Sokoto or the ordinary person in Bayelsa? Is it the Ibo vulcaniser or the Yoruba woman that is selling kerosene by the roadside or the Okada man in Delta? They don’t have the capacity to unite because they are burdened by poverty. We have taken away from them their dignity, their self esteem, their pride and self worth so that they cannot even organise. Up there, we (elite) unite, we sing and so we will never allow Nigeria to break because once it breaks, we will lose.
But the common man loses nothing. What is he losing? He is already living in hell; he cannot lose anything more than this hell.”
––Says Sule Lamido, Governor of Jigawa State
Lagos— A 43-year-old security man, Matthew Erazele, was yesterday arraigned before an Ikeja Magistrate Court, over attempted murder, of his sister, Esther Erazele.Erazele, who was docked before Magistrate Margaret Dan-Oni, is facing a count charge of attempted murder preferred against him by the police.It was said that the defendant had accused Esther, who resides in the same house with him,of bewitching him whenever he planned to get married.
The Lagos State Police Command has confirmed the killing of two armed bandits, who engaged a police patrol team in a gun duel while trying to rob a Pentecostal Church at Meiran, Ijaiye/Ojokoro Local Government Area of Lagos State.
The spokesperson of Ngozi Braide, Lagos Police, confirmed the incident, praised the policemen for effective neutralising of the robbers. The official reported that the robbers had planned to attack the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) located at Olaniyi Close in Meiran, but their intensions were interrupted by the timely arrival of the policemen..
A woman has been faced with murder in the death of her infant son.
Sarah Stephens faces second-degree murder and felony child endangerment counts stemming from the drug-overdose death of her baby last September. Even though the Sacramento County Coroner initially attributed the child's death to SIDS, toxicology results later revealed that the 7-month-old died of a drug overdose.
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