Showing posts with label Beat. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Beat. Show all posts

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Pro-Ayo Fayose thugs allegedly beat up Judge in Ekiti State

Pandemonium broke out this morning at the Ekiti state High court after a judge, Justice John Adeyeye, was allegedly beaten up by thugs believed to be loyal to Governor-elect, Ayo Fayose, for allegedly being rude to him.  According to Premium Times, Fayose arrived the court house in company of about twenty of his 'supporters' for the Ekiti State Governorship Election petition tribunal which was to hold today.  The judge, seeing the number of supporters that accompanied Fayose to the court house asked him to direct them outside as they were not allowed inside the court premises. This is said to have infuriated Fayose and his supporters...

Friday, June 20, 2014

"Beat Bosnia" -- Okonji-Iweala Begs Eagles

Nigeria’s Coordinating Minister of the Economy and Minister of Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has charged the Super Eagles of Nigeria to beat Bosnia in their next round of game in the ongoing World Cup tournament in Brazil.

According to the Minister, Nigeria could still make it even after the draw with Iran Monday.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Heartless: “He flushed the toilet at the wrong time” – says Landlord who beat his tenant to death

A 65-year old person, Adebayo Akinrinlade, was recently charged to court for practically beating  his tenant, Uche Jordan to death.
Akinrinlade was arraigned before a Tinubu Magistrate Judge in  Lagos.
The person who lives at No. 40, Church Road, Aboru, Iyana-Ipaja, is facing a one-count charge of unlawful beating, leading to death.
Premium Times reports:
The Prosecutor, Chidi Okoye, said that the accused committed the offence on April 1, at No. 40, Church Street, Aboru, Iyana-Ipaja.

Thursday, October 31, 2013

6 Naval Officers Pounce on a civilian Teacher, beat to Stupor in Ogun over Irrelevant Argument.

A terrible accident happened at the Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Onikoko, Adigbe area of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital in the early hours of October 30, 2013, Wednesday, when six naval rating officers pounced on one of the civilian teachers in the school and beat him to stupor over a minor argument between them.
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Saturday, October 26, 2013

“Why I Beat My 14-Year-Old Daughter To Death” – Nigerian Retired Soldier Tells His Side Of The Story

Unless by divine intervention, John Udin, a retired soldier may likely spend the rest of his life in jail if he doesn’t go to the gallows for clubbing his 14- year old daughter, Glory to death.

John 72, from Jesse, Warri in Delta State was discharged from the Nigeria Army in 1999 as a corporal. He has 11 children from three wives. Two of the wives and seven children are in Jesse, while he resides at 28 Adewale Street, Iba New Site, Ojo, Lagos with the youngest wife, Comfort and four children in a two-room apartment.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Warders Beat Prisoner To Death, Sparking Inmate Revolt In Adamawa Prison

Inmates in a prison in Numan, Adamawa State on Monday staged demonstrations against prison officials over the death of an inmate who was brutally beaten by warders.

Armed soldiers were drafted to the prison for fear that the protest by inmates could spill over into uncontrollable violence, SaharaReporters learned from a prison source as well as a security official. One of the sources disclosed that numerous inmates suffered injuries in the cause of their revolt. He added that prison officials were yet to determine if any inmates escaped in the course of the commotion.

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Monday, August 26, 2013

Barbaric: Land grabbers beat architect to death over ₦5,000

When Eniola Kiyesola left home for work on August 18, 2013, he bade his wife and three children farewell, saying he would return after the day’s work.
This was, however, not to be as the 36-year-old man was beaten to death by land grabbers few hours after he left his house.

PUNCH Metro learnt that Kiyesola had gone to a construction site to supervise an ongoing work when about five land grabbers stormed the site.

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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Angry Mob Beat Policeman To Death For Killing Trader

The Lagos State Police Command has commenced investigations into the killing of a police corporal, Ado Ayuba, who was lynched by some hoodlums in Suru Alaba area of the state.

Mob beat policeman to death for killing trader

  According to the police, the victim was beaten to death by an irate mob for allegedly killing a trader, Mustapha Mohammed, on July 30, 2013.
PUNCH learnt that Ayuba and another policeman were deployed to the scene to chase away traders who had illegally taken over a portion of the Lagos-Badagry Expressway.

Monday, June 10, 2013

Nigeria's Cocoa Set To Beat World History

The cocoa industry in Nigeria is re-positioning to compete favourably in the world market. This is disclosed by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwunmi Adesina, at the 23rd partnership forum organised by the World Cocoa Foundation in Washington, DC.
At the forum, titled “Meeting Tomorrow's Demand: Productivity, Quality, and Farmers'Livelihoods,” Dr. Adesina told the stakeholders how Nigeria, is “creating a sustainable vehicle built on a public-private partnership platform to coordinate the complete cocoa sector which will be public sector-enabled but private sector-driven with all stakeholders playing active role.”

To demonstrate the commitment of Nigeria in developing the cocoa industry, the minister disclosed the plans on rehabilitation of “200,000 hectares over the next four years via an aggressive plan developed in partnership with private sector to supply employment for skilled professionals called ‘Professional Cocoa Doctors and Grafters'over the next fi ve years who'd have the ability to deploy their skills to earn a significant living and rehabilitate at the least 200,000 hectares of cocoa farms in Nigeria.”

Friday, March 29, 2013

Murder Of Pipeline Defence Guards: Covering Their Tracks, Police in Lagos Beat ‘Confession’ Out of NSCDC Officer

The Police in Lagos have forced Olanrenju Gbedeogun, an officer of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), to make a statement that contradicts yesterday’s events where the police attacked officers of the corps, killed two of its officers, and freed some oil pipeline vandals.    

Sources at the Owutu Police Station in Ikorodu, Lagos State, informed SaharaReporters that the police authorities embarked on the measure to back-up their claim to the presidency that it was officers of NSCDC which attacked the police, and that the police knew nothing about the death of the two NSCDC men.
The Lagos State Commissioner of Police is said to have personally supervised the forced video confession of Gbedeogun.
Earlier in the day, we learned that Gbedeogun was being tortured by the police to force him to provide the contradiction of the corps’ account of yesterday’s events.
A police officer at the Owutu Police Station who felt bad about the latest developments told us on condition of anonymity that if care was not taken urgently Gbedeogun would be dead before daybreak.  By that time, the torture victim had already spent over 24hrs in detention, contrary to the law.  

Thursday, February 7, 2013

They Can’t Beat Us, Says PDP Chair Tukur

A merger of opposition parties cannot defeat the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2015 general elections, PDP national chairman of the PDP, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur said yesterday. Reacting to the merging of four opposition parties yesterday, Tukur said the merger does not constitute any threat to the ruling party in future elections. With palpably feigned enthusiasm, the PDP chairman described the merger as “beautiful”, adding “the more the merrier”.
Apparently trying to make light of the threat, the chairman said the PDP remained unfazed by the merger, inferring that the ruling party would always have its way. Tukur said: “We are the only party. That shows the acceptance. It is the party in government now that is in the majority. It does not mean that we want to be one party without opposition. In fact, opposition is a charge to action.

Thursday, January 17, 2013

'He beat me till I lost my first pregnancy' - Ibrahim Chatta's ex reveals

The recently married actor said in an interview this week that he only hit his ex-girlfriend and mother of his child, Yinka Solomon, just once, but the lady is telling a different story. She says he beat her so much she lost her first pregnancy. What she told below
We met in 2007. We started living together right from 2008, he was my first love. I have  never dated any other guy in my life. He dis-flowered me, that made me submit my self to him, hoping that when ever he has money we can do introduction and other things.
He was a womanizer, a gold digger, he collected all the money in my Account before my eyes was opened. When he saw that I didn’t have money again, he started misbehaving, bringing women into the house.
I had my first pregnancy in 2007, but due to constant beating, I lost the pregnancy. I had another one in 2008 and gave birth Feb 2009.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Video: Angry Bartender At Mcdonald's Beat Customers To State Of Comma !!!

McDonalds employee working nightshift was given $50 bill. Checked if it was legit according to policy. Two ghetto girls didn't like that and yelled at him, called him a pussy and spit on him and punched him in the face. They then leaped the counter both of them and continued coming after him. He retreated to the back of store.


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