Showing posts with label children. Show all posts
Showing posts with label children. Show all posts

Monday, July 28, 2014

Seven Fun Ways To Work Out With Children

As you balance your busy schedule as a mother, you may wonder about some of the best ways to work out with your kids. If you lack the time or flexibility because of watching your little ones, then why not make them a part of your workout? By working out together, you can instill a healthy lifestyle in your children at a young age, so get moving together! As a busy mom of 3 with all kids home with me for the summer and no camps, I have found many ways to exercise together and so can you. Here are the ways to work out with your kids:

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

NDLEA nabs 11 school children over drug abuse and trafficking

Eleven secondary school students and a resort manager were recently arrested in Kaduna by officials of the Kaduna State National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, after being caught in a resort taking Psychotropic substances.
NDLEA Kaduna State Commander, Mohammed Jibrin made this revelation at The International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking programme which held in Kaduna yesterday, June 24th. 

Friday, May 16, 2014

Six Women Arraigned Over Kidnap of Kogi Speaker’s Children

LOKOJA —Six women were, yesterday, arraigned before a Lokoja Chief Magistrate Court over their alleged involvement in the kidnap of two children of Kogi State House of Assembly Speaker, Alhaji Momoh-Jimoh Lawal.
The accused persons include Bilikis Lawal, Raliat Musa, Rabiyat Mohammed, Zainab Ismaila, Aminat Ibrahim and Nafisat Abdullahi.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Mother sells three-day-old baby for ₦260,000 in Akwa Ibom

In a report Published by Punch, a nursing mother in Akwa Ibom named Imaobong Udoh (pictured above) has been arrested for allegedly selling her 3-day old baby girl for N260,000. Full report below
Also arrested along with Imaobong were four persons for allegedly participating in the theft of the baby.  They are the buyer, Mrs. Regina James; her husband, Mfon James; the traditional birth attendant who delivered the baby, Mrs. Comfort Henry; and Mr Emmanuel Okon, a homeopathic doctor, who arranged the sale.

Friday, February 7, 2014

2 Women behind bars for trafficking & making children beg with fake wounds.

 Two women have been arrested and jailed for trafficking kids and making them beg on the streets of Lagos with artificial wounds.

The Family Court 1 in Yaba Magistracy has jailed two women for trafficking and using children to beg for alms in Victoria Island area of Lagos.

The women, Amarachi Eke from Imo State and Chioma Eze from Awka in Anambra State, were arraigned at the court on Wednesday on a two-count charge of using underaged children to beg for alms. And they pleaded guilty to the charges.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Strong Message to "Unreported World: Benin - Voodoo Children" - Youtube Video

See the message after the break.

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Only in Yankee: Couple gets 54 years For Having $-ex With Their Children (Photos)

Really disturbing incident, a female has been sentenced to 54 years in prison in making child pornography with her husband and two children.  The lady, Sarah Adleta from Florida, and her husband reportedly made sex with their children a part of their parenting plan. They even continued with these shocking sexual act after the divorced.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Somalian lady smuggled to the UK to have her organs hijacked , 67 Nigerian children also trafficked and others

 A girl was trafficked from Somalia to the UK to have her organs harvested, it has been revealed.
The case – believed to be the initial of its kind in Britain – was revealed in a Government report which found the number of people being smuggled to the UK has risen by more than 50 per cent previous year.
In total, 371 children were trafficked, including 95 from Vietnam, 67 from Nigeria and 25 from China, based on the review.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Almost 60 children end up in hospital over wrong vaccination - India

Close to 60 children were rushed off to a hospital located in eastern India after they were accidentally told to swallow a hepatitis B vaccine instead of the necessary polio drops, according to officials. Sweating and vomiting were some of the side effects children experienced after being given an oral hepatitis vaccine, which is usually injected. The incident occurred in a village in West Bengal on Sunday, as stated by health authorities.

Continue after the break.

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Who Will Tell Stories "Folktales" To Our Own Kids?

In the past, folktales were used to educate, entertain and generally engage children. Nkiru Okpala examines this cultural art in the light of today’s realities.

A folktale is a traditional story made familiar through telling over the years. Usually, there is a moral lesson to pick from a folktale and the teller would often ask children to explain to him or her the morals in the story.
Continue after the break.

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Reopen Yaba Market Or Risk Losing your Children - Prophet Warns Fashola

Friday, August 23, 2013

Free but prisoners: How children born in Kirikiri prisons live

In the cell block reserved for nursing mothers and pregnant inmates at the Kirikiri Female Prison, Lagos, toddlers clung to their mothers’ chests. They observed our correspondent, when he visited last week Saturday, with a bemused expression on their young faces.

They are in prison because their mothers are inmates. Apparently, they weren’t aware of a better life out there. They probably thought it was normal to be confined only to the four walls of the prison. No friends, no birthday parties, no relationship at all with other children outside the prison walls. They are victims of circumstances and will remain so until they are 18 months old.
Continue After The Break.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Partner Stabs Wife to death For bearing female Children

A 48-year-old man, has allegedly killed his wife for not being able to give birth to a male child.  The deceased, 46, simply identified as Mama Feyi, was heavily pregnant when she was allegedly stabbed to death by the husband during an early morning dispute.

It was gathered that the alleged murderer who hails from Abusoro area in Akure, Ondo State, has since been arrested and is presently being detained at the Ala divisional police station.


Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Shameless: 66-Year-Old Catholic Priest Arrested For S-exually Abusing Children (PHOTO)

A 66-year-old priest and 71-year-old man have been charged in relation to alleged historic se-xual abuse at a children's home. Father Anthony McSweeney was today charged with three counts of indecent assault, three of making indecent images of a child, one count of taking indecent images of a child and one of possessing indecent images of a child. The arrests follow an investigation into the abuse alleged to have taken place at Grafton Close Children's Home in west London.


Wednesday, June 26, 2013

PHOTO: Actress, Mercy Aigbe Shows Off Children

Beautiful actress, Mercy Aigbe-Gentry posts photos of her children showing her love.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Family Tragedy: Why These Children May Not Live Up To Their 20th Birthday

Experts say four children: Tochukwu, 14, Ifeanyichukwu, 11, Vivian and Marvelous, born by the same parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zebulun Onyia-Eburuo, may not live long because of a genetic condition inherited from their parents, known as muscular dystrophy.
Diagnosis reveal that the type, afflicting the children, is Duchane muscular dystrophy. Muscular dystrophy has several types, depending on the part of the body under siege.
The condition has no cure while research shows that sufferers die before they attain the age of 19 or 20 years. The very lucky ones may live up to 30 years.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Fashola Denies Assaulting Morka’s Driver, Children In Traffic Incidence

The Lagos State Government has denied reports alleging that Governor Babatunde Fashola ordered his police escorts to manhandle the driver and children of the Executive Director of the Social and Economic Rights Action Centre (SERAC) Felix Morka, during a traffic incident on Tuesday.
In a statement, the government spokesman, Hakeem Bello said “the premise and the content of the message are completely false.”
Explaining what transpired on that day, the statement said “On the aforementioned date, at around 3pm, the Governor was returning from a Security meeting at the headquarters of the State Security Service (SSS) through CMD Road in the Magodo area when his convoy and other road users got blocked by a man who had driven his Jeep with Registration number KU 549 KJA against the flow of traffic. The identity of the owner was later established to be Felix Morka.

Friday, March 8, 2013

How widows, children, suffer hardship in the name of tradition

By Ebun  Sessou  & Florence Amagiya
Inspite of the touch of civilization in the lives of many villagers, tradition and customs still remain intact.  While some remain passionate about it, some show a lot of disregard to it just as others especially the human rights activists consider some aspects of it as infringement on the rights of individuals.  But what is the gain of any tradition or custom which is inimical to the life of individual.
For families who lost their loved ones, life could be miserable. They are exposed to a world of pain, anguish, frustration and untold hardship everyday of their lives.

Before Him, The Govt Didn’t Care About Us…Now Children Have Everything – Venezuelan Says About Chave

Venezuelans filed past the open casket of late President Hugo Chavez as he lay in state on Thursday after throngs of weeping loyalists gave the firebrand leftist a rousing farewell on the streets.
As Venezuelans began three days of goodbyes, an election to succeed Chavez loomed, after the curtain came down on a 14-year socialist presidency that heightened class tensions in the oil-rich South American nation.
Hundreds of thousands waved flags and chanted “Chavez lives” as his hearse crawled across the capital Wednesday in a seven-hour trip from the hospital where he died to the academy he once called his second home.

BONES: Two Missing Children Found Dead, Decomposing In Ketu

Two dead bodies identified as those of Toheeb Adedokun and Falilu Tajudeen, both three years old, who disappeared from their parents’ house located at 18 Taike Street, Ketu on January 25, 2013 have been found in Ketu.
The bodies were found following report by two staff of the Ketu branch of a micro finance bank, Police sources revealed.
The bodies of the children were in their decomposing state, reports say. However, the circumstances surrounding their death could not be ascertained.


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