Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Just in: Japheth Omojuwa, Uche Briggs, regain freedom

 Security officials have released popular blogger and youths activist Japheth Omojuwa, Uche Briggs and four others hours after they were arrested in Abuja for leading a protest over the deaths of 17 youths through the nationwide recruitment tests by the Nigeria Immigration Service.

All of them were released around 8pm tonight, with their phones handed back to them. The authorities asked them to report back tomorrow morning. Continue...

Terrible: Boy beheads Friend, nabbed by Police carrying the Head (GRAPHIC Pic)

The planet and Ghana keeps getting scarier each day, the photo bellow is of a boy who had been arrested for beheading another boy, reasons for the beheading unknown but obviously for many spiritual works as teenage boys of today can do anything for quick money.
The Techiman police nabbed the boy and the photo you see bellow was taken. Is this fair? Inform us the right punishment for this boy. Wickedness at it's peak.

Four Men Gang-R*pe, Collect Woman’s Private Part In Enugu For ₦600,000

A 35-year-old woman, Miss Ngozi Eze was molested by four men, killed and her parts of the body severed for rituals at Enugu-Ezike, Igbo-Eze North Local Government Part of Enugu State.  As during the time of filling this report, the Umuagama Community Neighborhood Watch in Enugu Ezike has apprehended the four suspected ritualists in experience of the incident. 

Japheth Omojuwa & Uche Briggs arrested for leading protest over NIS tragedy

 Public speaker, blogger and activist Japheth Omojuwa was arrested this afternoon in Abuja alongside Uche Briggs for leading a protest for victims of the Nigerian Immigration Service employment test that took put on March 10th. 

The 2 men and another person were taken up to NSCDC office and you can find reports that these were beaten by NSCDC officers at their headquarters. They've since been taken to  SSS office in Asokoro. See some tweets speaking about the arrest after the break...

Sack letter over freedom of association at Nnamdi Azikiwe University

 House Officers at the Nnamdi Azikwe University Teaching Hospital in Nnewi, Anambra State are increasingly being threatened to getting sacked by 4pm today over joining the Association of Resident Doctors in the state. Management of NAUTH yesterday April 1 posted a notice telling doctors they'd only 24hours to rescind their decision to participate the association or risk the withdrawal of the internship programme.

Rev. Father & 20 others in custody for stealing and selling babies (Pictured)

Rev Okono Joseph of St Peter’s Parish of Owerri Catholic Diocese in Imo State, was arrested with 20 others for buying two boys (three and four years) at N900,000. The children he sold ranged from N450,000 to N750,000 depending on the s3x of the child. A male child attracted higher prices.The Rev said he was involved in only two deals which fetched him only N46,000 interest

Lagos Alerts Public On Measures Against EBOLA Virus Disease

Lagos State Government has stressed the need for members of the public to observe and maintain high standard of personal and environmental hygiene at all times as part of the precautionary measures to prevent the outbreak of Ebola Virus disease in the State.
The call came after reported cases of Ebola Virus Disease outbreak in some of the neighboring West African countries like Guinea and Liberia

Photo: Police officer dismissed for r*ping a 4-year-old girl in Plateau

Based on a Punch report, a policeman mounted on the Plateau State Police Command was dismissed yesterday from the police after being found guilty of luring and r*ping a 4-year-old girl identified as Helen.
Around 9pm on March 26th, corporal Damudu Bzibu (pictured above), allegedly lured the litttle girl and r*ped her in Kassa Barakin Ladi Local Government Area.

Video: When April Fool goes Wrong.

What what happens when April food goes wrong. !!

No Indigent student will be Denied Education in Lagos State. Gov. Fashola

Lagos State Government has offered to help any new student of the State’s University who stands the risk of losing his/her admission as a result of indigene and any current student who may have problem coping with the fees due to the same reason.

The government explaining its principle of “No child must be left behind” said, it has since the introduction of new fees regime in the Lagos State University three years ago consecutively doubled its budget for scholarship for its residents to enable indigent students have access to education. This is in addition to providing bursary award to all indigenes in higher institutions across the country.

2 Female Presenters Bare It All On Live Television

 Two female presenters shocked their viewers on Monday after taking off their clothes on live television. The co-hosts, Sherri Shepard and Jenny McCarthy of co-hosts of the television talk show ”The View” surprised their viewers because they turned things up a level by taking off their tops, while they continued reporting the news. The audience, however, did not seem to mind because they cheered loudly.
See more pics after the break.


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