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Sisters use sex video with reverend father to blackmail nun

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Two sisters, Ngozi Nnabude (46) and Uchenna Agagwaonye (40), have been arrested for threatening the head teacher of Handmaids International Catholic School, Aguda Surulere, Rev Sister Mary Okolo (45), for being harsh to teachers. According to the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal, the case deals with a crime, conceived, planned and carefully executed by two women, who are blood relations.

Edgal said that investigation showed that Agagwaonye, a teacher in the school, was frustrated by what she termed the highhandedness of the nun. Agagwaonye, who teaches primary four pupils in the school, said she didn’t realise that the text messages sent to Okolo were threatening. She said: “I have been teaching in that school for over 18 years. But Rev. Sister Okolo just joined us recently.

I run a part time programme with University of Lagos. Before I went for leave, I went through the normal process of applying for my annual leave. And when I resumed, N12,000 was deducted from my salary.

I went to plead with her concerning my salary, but said she would pay me when God touches her heart.” Agagwaonye explained that last year, there was also an incident, where the former headmistress asked all staff to revise the exam questions with the students before the examination, but the assistant head mistress reported to the new head mistress that Agagwaonye was engaging in examination malpractice.

Agagwaonye said it was a lie from the pit of hell against her. She added: “If I’m doing that kind of thing, how do I intend to teach the children morals? Six months later, we had an argument about the graduation. I was given a letter of suspension.

All these didn’t make me happy, so I was the one that told my sister to send the threatening text messages.” She further alleged that Okolo angrily sacked a security guard, after the latter caught her having sex with a Rev. Father. Okolo also allegedly sacked some other teachers.

“I don’t want to kidnap or kill her. I sent the messages to her so that she would calm down on her wickedness. I only told her I would make the video clip of her sex escapades public. I don’t even have any video, but the laptop repairer whom she gave her laptop to fix has video clips of her nudity.

I didn’t know it would be assumed that I was blackmailing her. I am not a Catholic,” Agagwaonye said. On her part, Nnabude said: “My sister took her annual leave to enable her write sit for her exams. When she resumed, Okolo deducted N12,000 from her salary.

The woman always uses harsh words on my sister and her colleagues. She even used to tell them that they didn’t have anybody to fight for them and that she would frustrate them all. My sister asked me to send a message to the nun.

I got involved in the case because it was my phone that was used to send her the messages. In the message, my sister talked about a sex tape. We didn’t threaten to kill her.”

Edgal noted that Agagwaonye decided to make life unbearable for Okolo by engaging her sister, Nnabude, a woman with an outstanding knowledge of computer and telephony. The commissioner said that the sisters conspired to put the nun under constant fear and apprehension of imminent danger. When the threat to maim, kidnap, kill and expose her unfounded secret sex life was unbaiting, the Rev. Sister reported the matter to the command’s Anti-kidnapping Unit.

“The intelligence component of the command was directed to unmask those threatening her. Investigations revealed that Agagwaonye’s role was to monitor Okolo and pass information gathered to her sister, Nnabude, who would then call Okolo on phone, describing her movement and clothes she wore. She would tell the petrified nun that, ‘you cannot hide from us! You’ll be killed soon’.

“Detectives investigating the case have been instructed to find out if the suspects have the capacity to carry out their threats, or if they are working with other criminals. The case will be charged to court as soon as the investigating is over.”

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Housewife seeks divorce because husband refuses to pray

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A housewife, Shamsiya Muhammad, on Wednesday begged a a Sharia Court ll, sitting in Magajin Gari, Kaduna state to dissolve her marriage with Sani Adamu, over his refusal to pray.
The complainant, Muhammad, who resides at Tudun Wada, Kaduna, said that she cannot continue with Adamu, because he also does not care for her and always insults her parents whenever they have a misunderstanding.
“We got married six years ago and we have two children, he paid N40,000 as my bride price, I am willing to return back his money and free myself from the union as Islam guides us,’’ she said.
The defendant, Adamu who also resides at Tudun Wada, kaduna, who denied insulting his wife’s parents and said that he prays five times daily.
Adamu also said that he loves his wife and prayed the court to give him more time to settle their differences.
Earlier, a witness, Malam Sulaiman Sabo, leader of Kaduna butchers, said that he had made several attempts to settle both parties so that their marriage can continue but to no avail.
“I have sat them down many time to settle them, at my presence they oblige and forgive each other and promise to live in peace.
“After every meeting with them, bad news follows on the same issues I tried to settle between them, all of them are my neighbors and Adamu’s father is a butcher under my leadership, I tried my best but it’s not working out,’’ Sabo said.
The Judge, Murtala Nasir, after listening to both parties and Sabo, adjourned the case to Sept. 30 for the complainant to bring the N40, 000 she received as bride price for judgment.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the case was adjourned four times at different sittings to enable Malam Sabo intervene but the wife still remained on her stands of seeking divorce.

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There’s a deliberate attempt to wipe out traditional rulers in Plateau, Youth group claims

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There’s a deliberate attempt to wipe out traditional rulers in Plateau, Youth group claims

A youth group, known as Plateau Heritage Movement (PHM), has raised the alarm over “deliberate plans” and attempts by unknown gunmen to wipe out traditional rulers in Plateau State.

According to them, the pattern of attacks, murders and kidnapping of traditional rulers since 2016 to date in the state is alarming and shows deliberate plans by some criminal gangs to wipe them away.

The group, while addressing a press conference in Jos on Wednesday by their leader, Hon. Mangna Yusuf Wamyil, described as sad and barbaric the gruesome killing of the Village Head of Kadunu and the Dakacin Langai District of Pyem Chiefdom in Mangu Local Government Area, Alhaji Muhammadu Bayero, who was reportedly gunned down in his residence last Sunday by unknown assailants, around 8pm.

“The pattern of attacks, murders, killings and kidnappings of our traditional rulers is a deliberate plan and attempt to wipe out traditional rulers who are the custodian of our heritage in Plateau State,” he said.

The group disclosed that since 2016 no single suspect had been arrested by the security agencies.

“We are saddened by the action of these gunmen who announce their presence in the state through sporadic acts of violence that have claimed many lives in recent times. From the city centre of Jos, the Plateau State capital, to our villages, it is the same story of sorrow, pain, and fear from acts of criminality which appear to have confounded security agencies.

“As a group interested in the history, culture and traditions of the different nations that make up Plateau State, we believe that the elderly and royal class are the custodians of the heritage of our people, nurtured and passed down from generation to generation.

“Before this killing of Sarkin Kadunu, Saf Ron Kulere, Dah Lazarus Agai, the paramount ruler of Bokkos Local Government Area and longest serving Plateau monarch at the time of his death (over 40years on the throne), was killed in 2016. Again in Bokkos Local Government Area, the Makai Forof, Dah Ali Magaji, and the District Head of Manguna, Saf Annong Adake, were also killed in similar fashion before the Saf Ron Kulere. In November, 2018, the Long Dorok, Mr David Dongbam, a Second Class Chief in Shendam Local Government Area was kidnapped, and released a few days later.

“We now recognise these violent acts as attacks on our heritage, which we cannot accept as acts of God,” they said.

The group called on the police to, as a matter of urgency, investigate, find, and prosecute the killers of Sarkin Kadunu and to also solve the murders of Saf Ron Kulere, District Head of Manguna, and the Makai Forof.

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Parked tanker catches fire along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

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A fully loaded tanker parked overnight at the median, by Kwyakyama axis after Ogere toll gate, along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway caught fire on Wednesday morning, necessitating the diversion of traffic inbound Ibadan into Iperu Town enroute Saapade to Ibadan.

According to a messaged posted by the Ogun State Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE), they with the help of the Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Police and the Fire Service are on ground to take care of the situation.

The TRACE release also advised motorists and other road users to be calm, drive carefully along the diversion route and cooperate with the traffic managers for a seamless traffic flow.

The tanker in question is said to belong to MRS.

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Disasters: FCT understudies Lagos on emergency management

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  • As LASEMA receives 90,000 emergency calls daily

Following the warnings over impending disasters resulting from flooding, road crashes and other emergencies, the Federal Capital Territory Emergency Agency Wednesday began facility tour of the equipment available to their Lagos counterparts.

New Telegraph learnt the FCT delegates were in Lagos to exchange ideas and experiences as regard emergency and management of disasters ranging from flood, building collapses, plane crashes, boat mishaps and other disasters in the state and how the state-of-the-art facilities in Lagos helps to facilitate timely response and safety of lives of the victims.

Speaking during the tour of the facilities, the Director-General  of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Dr Femi Oke-Osanayintolu said that Lagos is evolving so also is the state ‘s agency in ensure that lives and properties of the residents are saved.

According to Osanyintolu, continued influx of people into Lagos at all times calls for periodic review and improvement of the emergency management strategies, saying that was what informed LASEMA’s frequent training and restraining of its workforce. He said that LASEMA would continue to partner and collaborate with state and federal emergency agencies.

Also speaking, Director-General of Federal Capital Territory Emergency Agency, Abass Idris, explained that the FCT was in Lagos to learn and share knowledge as part of its strategy to prepare for emergency management.

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71 suspects arrested as Lagosians lament increasing cultism, robbery cases

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Muritala Ayinla

There is growing tension and anxiety in Lagos over increasing daylight robberies and other crimes perpetrated by cultists and robbers in the metropolis.

This was even as the Lagos State Task Force said that it has arrested another 71 miscreants around railway-line in Oshodi as part of efforts to rid the state of all criminal elements, especially those operating at notorious black spots across the metropolis.

While some residents are raising concerns over increasing robberies during traffic and in some streets, other expressed worry over heavy presence of hoodlums smoking Indian hemp and using other hard drugs in their areas without anyone checking them.

Confirming the development, the Taskforce Chairman of the Agency, CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi, who led the enforcement team in Wednesday’s early morning raid, said that some of those arrested were in possession of suspected illegal substances (Indian hemp) and other dangerous drugs such as Codeine, Skunk and Tramadol.

He explained that the crackdown is in line with the determination of the Task Force to curtail the activities of hoodlums who rob unsuspecting members of the public.

Egbeyemi reiterated that all identified black spots across the state would be continuously raided and arrested suspects would be fully prosecuted if found guilty, stressing that the present administration has zero-tolerance for all forms of crimes and criminality.

“Lagos State is the most populous in Nigeria as well as its economic heartbeat. As such, the state government is committed to providing a conducive environment for both local and foreign investors,” he said.

He, however, revealed that while 13 of all the arrested 71 suspects were released after a thoroughly screening by the Chairman. The only underage male among them was transferred to the Lagos State Correctional Centre for proper rehabilitation.

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71 suspects arrested as Lagosians lament increasing cultism, robbery cases

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Muritala Ayinla

There is growing tension and anxiety in Lagos over increasing daylight robberies and other crimes perpetrated by cultists and robbers in the metropolis.

This was even as the Lagos State Task Force said that it has arrested another 71 miscreants around railway-line in Oshodi as part of efforts to rid the state of all criminal elements, especially those operating at notorious black spots across the metropolis.

While some residents are raising concerns over increasing robberies during traffic and in some streets, other expressed worry over heavy presence of hoodlums smoking Indian hemp and using other hard drugs in their areas without anyone checking them.

Confirming the development, the Taskforce Chairman of the Agency, CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi, who led the enforcement team in Wednesday’s early morning raid, said that some of those arrested were in possession of suspected illegal substances (Indian hemp) and other dangerous drugs such as Codeine, Skunk and Tramadol.

He explained that the crackdown is in line with the determination of the Task Force to curtail the activities of hoodlums who rob unsuspecting members of the public.

Egbeyemi reiterated that all identified black spots across the state would be continuously raided and arrested suspects would be fully prosecuted if found guilty, stressing that the present administration has zero-tolerance for all forms of crimes and criminality.

“Lagos State is the most populous in Nigeria as well as its economic heartbeat. As such, the state government is committed to providing a conducive environment for both local and foreign investors,” he said.

He, however, revealed that while 13 of all the arrested 71 suspects were released after a thoroughly screening by the Chairman. The only underage male among them was transferred to the Lagos State Correctional Centre for proper rehabilitation.

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71 suspects arrested as Lagosians lament increasing cultism, robbery cases

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71 suspects arrested as Lagosians lament increasing cultism, robbery cases

Muritala Ayinla

There is growing tension and anxiety in Lagos over increasing daylight robberies and other crimes perpetrated by cultists and robbers in the metropolis.

This was even as the Lagos State Task Force said that it has arrested another 71 miscreants around railway-line in Oshodi as part of efforts to rid the state of all criminal elements, especially those operating at notorious black spots across the metropolis.

While some residents are raising concerns over increasing robberies during traffic and in some streets, other expressed worry over heavy presence of hoodlums smoking Indian hemp and using other hard drugs in their areas without anyone checking them.

Confirming the development, the Taskforce Chairman of the Agency, CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi, who led the enforcement team in Wednesday’s early morning raid, said that some of those arrested were in possession of suspected illegal substances (Indian hemp) and other dangerous drugs such as Codeine, Skunk and Tramadol.

He explained that the crackdown is in line with the determination of the Task Force to curtail the activities of hoodlums who rob unsuspecting members of the public.

Egbeyemi reiterated that all identified black spots across the state would be continuously raided and arrested suspects would be fully prosecuted if found guilty, stressing that the present administration has zero-tolerance for all forms of crimes and criminality.

“Lagos State is the most populous in Nigeria as well as its economic heartbeat. As such, the state government is committed to providing a conducive environment for both local and foreign investors,” he said.

He, however, revealed that while 13 of all the arrested 71 suspects were released after a thoroughly screening by the Chairman. The only underage male among them was transferred to the Lagos State Correctional Centre for proper rehabilitation.

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Three Islamic clerics held for fraud, serial rape

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hree self-acclaimed Islamic clerics who specialised in defrauding unsuspecting members of the public have been arrested by the police in Ogun State.

The suspected fraudsters were also accused of having unlawful carnal knowledge of their female victims.

 

The suspects, Aliu Abdulfatai (50), Sule Adebayo (36) and Lekan Olokodana (31), were arrested following a report by one of their victims.

 

The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Abimbola Oyeyemi, confirmed the incident yesterday.

 

The PPRO said a female victim (name withheld) reported at Adigbe Police Station that she was duped of N70,000 by the suspects and also raped by one of them.

 

 

Oyeyemi disclosed that investigation revealed that one of the suspects had used the proceeds of their fraudulent acts to build a private school in Ikorodu, Lagos State.

 

The police spokesman added that the suspects got in contact with the female victim, a marketer with real estate company, on the pretext that they wanted to purchase large expanse of land.

 

 

He said: “The complainant, who is a marketer with a popular property/real estate company, was said to be on marketing assignment when she came across the suspects who claimed to be Islamic clerics and indicated interest in purchasing large expanse of land which they claimed they wanted to use for construction of their mosque.

 

 

“There and then, they introduced the issue of special prayer to their victim from where they came out with seeing a vision that the victim is under a spell which needs special deliverance prayer to cast out.

“As a result of this, they succeeded in fraudulently obtaining the sum of N70,000 from her after they lured her into their house where one of them forcibly raped her.

 

 

“On the strength of her complaint, the DPO, Adigbe Division, CSP Augustine Opadile, detailed his detectives to go after these hoodlums and bring them to justice.

“Their efforts paid off when three among them were apprehended while waiting for the victim to bring money they demanded. One of them escaped.

 

 

“On interrogation, they confessed being fraudsters and that has been their means of livelihood. It was also revealed that one of them has used the proceeds of their fraudulent acts to build a private school in Ikorodu, Lagos State.”

Oyeyemi said the state Commissioner of Police, Bashir Makama, had ordered a full-scale investigation into the activities of the suspects with the view to charging them to court as soon as possible.

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700 displaced as flood sacks Ondo community

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lood accompanying a two-day rain has sacked the residents of Ayetoro community in Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo State.

At least, 700 people have been reportedly displaced by the flood.

 

More than 500 people were rendered homeless while hundreds of houses were submerged in the flood, which paralysed the socio-economic activities of the community.

 

 

One of the affected residents, Mr. Emmanuel Aralu, said his property and other valuables were submerged in the flood and was unable to salvage anything.

Aralu said about 100 houses were affected while about 700 people were displaced.

 

The man said economic activities had been paralysed as most of the people who engage in fishing had abstained from the river and the ocean while most shops had been destroyed.

He said that the only church in the town, the palace, health centre and schools were all affected by the flood.

 

Aralu disclosed that some residents had fled the coastal community because of the development.

Another victim, Mrs. Margaret Ogunyemi, regretted that flooding had been a recurrent problem in the area.

 

Ogunyemi accused successive administrations in the state of being insensitive to the plight of the people of the area.

She said government had not been fair to the people of the community over the years and wondered why they should be abandoned in their time of need.

The woman said most of the residents had resorted to the use of canoes to access their houses.

 

 

She said: “We need help from government before the flood washes the community away. The state and Federal Government should come to our aid.

“The health centre, the palace, schools, shops and most houses here are flooded. We have been held in a place for days.”

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Woman stabs husband to death over daughter’s birthday party

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  • Drug addict kills  80-year-old dad

 

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23-year-old mother of one, Stella Peter, has been arrested for allegedly stabbing her husband to death at Tejuosho area of Lagos metropolis.

 

The suspect, it was learnt, murdered her husband, Haruna Bala, yesterday for refusing to give her money for the celebration of their daughter’s one year birthday party.

 

This came as a 35-year-old man, Habibu Ibrahim suspected to be a drug addict, allegedly stabbed his 80-year-old father, Malam Ibrahim Salihu, in Kano State.

The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Bala Elkana, said in a statement that Stella and Haruna were not legally married, but lived together as a couple for three years and their union produced a baby girl who just turned one.

 

 

He said when Haruna declined to give her money for the birthday party of their daughter an argument ensued between them which turned violent.

According to the police spokesman, the woman picked up a kitchen knife and stabbed the husband at the back which led to his death.

 

Elkana said Stella claimed she picked up the kitchen knife out of annoyance and stabbed Haruna for refusing to give her money to celebrate their daughter’s birthday.

The PPRO said homicide detectives from the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID), Panti, Yaba, had taken over the investigation.

He said: “The suspect will be charged to court for murder.”

 

Meanwhile, police said yesterday that they arrested, Habibu, of Asada village in Doguwa Local Government Area of Kano State for allegedly stabbing his father, Salihu, to death.

The state PPRO, DSP Abdullahi Haruna Kiyawa, said in a statement that the suspect’s elder brother, Yahaya Ibrahim, reported at the Asada Doguwa Station on September 15, 2019 that Habibu had stabbed their father in the stomach about 1.30a.m.

 

 

The PPRO said that upon the receipt of the complaint, policemen at the station quickly mobilised and rushed the victim to Doguwa General Hospital where he later died about 6.30a.m.

 

Kiyawa said a post-mortem examination was conducted on the body and was later released to the family for burial in accordance with Islamic rites.

He said: “Preliminary findings revealed that the suspect is a drug addict and carried out the heinous crime under the influence of hard drugs.

 

“The suspect’s relatives made us to know that Habibu has been abusing drugs and that has been an issue which consequently led to the death of their father.”

 

The police spokesman said the state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, had directed that the suspect be transferred to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID) for a more discrete investigation.

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