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(Video) Irresponsible Passenger Beat Up Uber Driver

An irresponsible passenger named Emeka Agba harassed and beat up a Uber Driver today at Chicken Republic located at Ajose Adeogun today.
The unfortunate incident occurred when the Uber driver ran into the popular eatery claiming the passenger was threatening him and he ran for his dear life.

The passenger ran in with him and insisted he should drop him at his destination. The driver said he can’t go again and was ready to forfeit his money .
This irked the rude passenger who refused to heed the plead of passers by.

He then hit and bear up the driver . it took the intervention of security operatives and passerby to rescue the helpless driver.

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Nigerian Billionaire Forfeits Private Jet, 3 London Homes Over $3M Debt

Sadly, a Nigerian billionaire, Igho Sanomi, has forfeited his private jet and 3 London homes to a Swiss bank over a $3million debt.The Nigerian billionaire was guarantor for a credit facility extended to one of his companies by Credit Suisse Group AG, the Swiss bank.

It was further gathered that another bank, Banque Cantonale de Geneva has already made a freezing order against the London properties, just as ING Groep NV filed a suit against Sanomi for Taleveras’s unpaid debts.

A written submission to a London court last week by Andrew Brown, counsel to Credit Suisse, read in part;”Three properties owned by Sanomi, including apartments in Chelsea, West London, and Belgravia, in the heart of London’s diplomatic quarter, have already been identified as assets that may have to be forfeited if he loses”.

Though lawyers of Igho Sanomi, the Nigerian billionaire who has forfeited his private jet and 3 London homes didn’t respond to request for comments but affirmed knowledge of the case, however the bank’s lawyer revealed that the billionaire “has not put in any defence or objection to the charging orders”.

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Lagos CP declares Inspector Danila Ojo wanted over shooting of civilian

By Ifeoma Ikem

Following the incessant abuse of power and conducts of Police Officers in Lagos state, the state command has awarded various degree of punishments to 41 officers and dismissed four.

This was disclosed by the command spoke person DSP Bala Elkana, through a press statement that the above Police Officers involved in the shooting of Ada Ifeanyi and Emmanuel Akomafuwa around Olodi Apapa area of Lagos have been arrested and detained….CP vowed that the perpetrators must be punished.

According to him,the Lagos State commissioner of police, Zubairu Muazu mni has ordered the immediate arrest and detention of Police Officers suspected to be involved in the shooting of victims Ada Ifeanyi ‘f’ 20yrs old of No 4b Amusa Lane off Ojo road Ajegunle and Emmanuel Akomafuwa ‘m’ 32yrs old of No. 52 Babatunde Street Olodi Apapa, at Akpiri Street, Olodi Apapa,the incident happened on 13th April,  2019 at about 7.00am.

The victims were rushed to hospital and Ada Ifeanyi was confirmed dead while Emmanuel Akomafuwa is currently on admission receiving treatment from the injury he sustained as a result of the shooting.

Members of the team suspected to be involved in the shooting are from Trinity Police Station and are currently facing internal disciplinary proceedings at the Command Headquarters Ikeja.

Their Rifles have been retrieved for forensic analysis by Ballisticians. If found wanting, they will be prosecuted in conventional Court for Murder.

The Policemen arrested are (1) Inspector Adamu Usman (2) Sergeant Adeyeye Adeoye (3) Sergeant Kashim Tijani (4) Sergeant Lucky Akigbe and (5) Sergeant Paul Adeoye while Inspector Dania Ojo who escaped immediately after the shooting incident is declared wanted by the Command.

Lagos State Police Command condemned in total these senseless killings of unarmed civilians by few ‘bad eggs ‘ in the Command, who are bend towards denting the image and reputation of the Nation’s Police Force. The Command will not relent in its efforts in ridding the force off these criminal elements. Those involved in extra judicial killings and abuse of power are promptly identified, isolated, tried through internal disciplinary proceedings, dismissed from service and prosecuted in conventional Courts within the last one month,

The four dismissed Policemen were charged to Court and remanded in prison custody. Our collective resolve in building a more humane, professional, dedicated, courageous and people oriented Police Force is a task that must be done and together we can make it a reality.

The Commissioner of Police extends the Command’s deepest condolences to the family and friends of Ada Ifeanyi and promised to foot the medical bills of Emmanuel Akomafuwa. The CP calls for calm as the Command will leave no stone untouched in ensuring that Justice prevails.

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FUTO Sex Romp Saga: Pretty Nigerian Lady Cries Out On Facebook (Photos)

Sadly, A young lady identified as Adaeze Clara, has been forced to raise an alarm online after being linked with the sex romp saga which saw three students of Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO), Imo State, and a lady killed in the process.

For some days now, Adaeze Clara’s pictures have been trending online as being the lady among the students who engaged in drunken, Tramadol-fueled foursome sex, which led to their deaths.

She (Adaeze) took to Facebook to issue a disclaimer as she urged the public to disregard the trending rumours. See her post below.

The group sex took place at the Sunshine Castle Hostel, Ihiagwa, Owerri, Imo State, involving the lady identified as Onyinyechi Okafor, and three other male students of FUTO.

Onyinyechi Okafor was identified as a student at the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri, also in Imo State. The victims died after allegedly taking Tramadol tablets and Indian hemp before embarking on the group sex.

According to reports, Miss Okafor was buried on Thursday at her hometown in Ihiala, Anambra State. It was gathered that her course mates were forbidden from attending the funeral by the school authorities.

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Jite Okoloko’s Company dragged to Court

Sadly, ten staffers of Standard Alliance Assurance Company have instituted a case against notable indigenous Oil and Gas Company, Midwestern Oil and Gas, before the Federal High Court, Lagos Division alleging threat to life and illegal deployment of the Nigerian Police for debt recovery assignment. Joined as co-respondents in the fundamental right enforcement suit are the Inspector General of Police and Commissioner of Police, Police Special Fraud Unit.

The affected staff are Kadiri Oladele, Dare Shoende, Austin Enajemo-Isire, Olorogun G.O.Emerhor, Chika Onwuchekwa, Olaogun Olushina Moses, Blessing Iyayi Ana, Bode Akinboye, Kadiri Ijerembe Emmanuel and Johnson Eguchukwu,

In an affidavit deposed to by Chief Financial Officer of Standard Alliance Assurance Company,  Mr. Dare Shoende and filed before the court by a Lagos lawyer, Barrister Olushola Felix Abidakun, the deponents averred that unless the respondents are restrained by the court , they would continue to harass and violate the fundamental Rights of the applicants to freedom of movement, personal liberty and dignity of human person through their unlawful and unconstitutional invitation, questioning and threatening arrest and detention thereby subjecting them to mental torture.

The applicants, while demanding for compensation of N5million for wrongful violation of their fundamental right to date by the respondents, urged the court to declare that the Police action of embarking on debt recovery for Midwestern Oil and Gas limited is totally outside the Force’s scope of duties as provided for under section 4 of the Police Act and therefore, illegal, unconstitutional and tantamount to gross misconduct.

The applicants are also seeking the order of the court restraining the respondents from further intimidation. 

Tracing the genesis of their ordeal in the hands of the respondents, the deponents averred that sometimes in February 2012, Standard Alliance Assurance Company introduced a staff Gratuity scheme for the establishment of fund for the provision of benefits for Midwestern Oil and Gas permanent employees for which a Policy document was issued in favour of Midwestern Oil & Gas Company dated 25th of September, 2012 for an initial period of one year but renewable every year.

They averred further that on 25th of September, 2017, Standard Alliance Assurance Company received a letter from the Oil Company of notice of discontinuance of the said policy with effect from 30th of September, 2017 and demanded for a refund of all monies accrued to it. They said as at 25th September, 2017 when the policy was discontinued, the total money accrued to the company was N719, 234, 114.84. 

A settlement meeting was held where the Insurance company was given proposed settlement schedule on how to refund all the monies due and payable to the Oil company, consequent upon which the Standard Alliance paid a total sum of N139,904,639.36, to date; leaving an outstanding balance in the sum of N579,329,475.51

However, contrary to the policy document signed by the parties and settlement arrangement, the Oil company and the Commissioner of Police Special Fraud Unit have been harassing, intimidating and threatening the ten staff of the Insurance company on a purely civil and contractual obligation between two companies.

In particular, the deponents averred that the Commissioner of Police Special Fraud Unit has written several invitation letters to the applicants as well as threatening further arrest and detention if they failed to settle the outstanding indebtedness to the Oil Company.

However in a counter affidavit sworn to by a legal officer of Midwestern Oil and Gas limited, Rotimi Adejoorin, the company, while denying almost all the depositions of the applicants, alleged that the total money outstanding in the scheme was N730, 514,791.60 and all entreaties and demand of the company with respect to payment of the money were not responded to. 

He averred that sequel to this development, Midwestern Oil and Gas limited lodged a petition against Standard Alliance Plc on the Gratuity scheme fraud perpetuated against it in the sum of N730,514,791.60 to the Commissioner of Police, Special Fraud Unit to investigate the fraudulent activities of the Standard Alliance as it relates to its intention to defraud.

Adejoorin averred further that Police has power and authority under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to invite the applicants while considering the merit or otherwise of the petition of the company.

The Midwestern Oil and Gas legal representative then urged the court in the interest of justice not to grant the applicants’ reliefs.

The presiding judge, Justice Saliu Saidu, has adjourned for the hearing of the case.

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FG opens tailoring hub, trains 80 youths

The hub, located at the National Youth Development Centre in Ode-Omu, Osun, was equipped with industrial and computerised machines, button and weaving machines, stand-by generator, among others. The youths, who were drawn from the six geopolitical zones, were trained by the Ministry of Youths and Sports Development under its National Skills Acquisition on Tailoring and Fashion Design.

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Four things women hate during sex – Princess Shyngle

Gambia-born, Ghana-based actress and model, Princess Shyngle who once said she hasn’t met a man who could satisfy her sexually, may actually be giving the reasons she has never experienced orgasm as she reeled out four things, in her opinion, some women hate during sex in an Instagram video post that made her look more like a sex therapist than an actress.

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I cry for Buhari, governors and Nigerians

As far as I am concerned, the 2019 elections are over. The so-called inconclusive elections announced by Professor Mahmood Yakubu are just smokescreens for arriving at conclusions already decided. At the very least, Professor Yakubu, who at various times was asked to resign by various groups and individuals, should quickly release the results he likes and then just as quickly resign. He will never go down in history as having conducted a free and fair election. Perhaps the next Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, should not be another professor. Increasingly, one is getting the impression that most of our professors are intelligent, but not wise. Yakubu is one such. But, why cry over spilled milk or palm wine when there is a lot of things about to happen in the near future about which to shed tears?