HERBALIST CLAIMS HE USED HUMAN PARTS TO PREPARE HIS CHARMS, SEE PIX

Tosenu Lussien, a 52-year-old herbalist was arrested at Shagamu in Ogun State for trading in human parts, told reporters that he used it to prepare charms for his clients, after he was paraded yesterday by the Lagos State Police Command. According to The Nation, Lussien who has been in human parts business for more than 5 years, was arrested just after he received a sum of N81,000 from SARS operatives. However, he claimed that he picked the human skull in a forest where he worked as a guard. He said:…

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SORROW AS ABUJA FAMILY DISCOVERS SECURITY GUARD BUYS DRUGS FOR SON IN REHABILITATION

A family were heartbroken, after they found out that the security man at the rehab home in Abuja they paid N2.5M for their son’s rehabilitation, sneaks out to buy drugs for those undergoing rehabilitation. @Abu_Swag, who took to Twitter to narrate the story, tweeted; http://www.lailasblog.com/2017/06/paying-n2-5m-sons-rehab-abuja-family-discover-security-man-buys-drugs-undergoing-rehab.html

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TEACHER DIES IN HORROR CAR CRASH HAVING SEX

An English teacher, John Malone, has died in a horror car crash in Thailand while having sex on the back seat. Malone, who hails from Ireland was travelling in a speeding black Suzuki when it lost control and hit a concrete post. Horrific CCTV shows the car spinning several times as sparks fly and glass smashes, before it comes to a stop further down the road in Chiang Rai, Thailand. 39-yr-old Malone was pulled half-naked from the wreckage having been on the backseat with a naked Thai woman found in…

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OLUBADAN SAYS HE IS NOT IN SUPPORT OF CHIEFTAINCY LAW REVIEW BY AJIMOBI

The Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Saliu Akanmu Adetunji, Aje Ogungunniso 1 has declared that he is not in support of the review of Olubadan Chieftaincy law proposed by the Oyo State Government. Oba Adetunji, who spoke in Yoruba language in a new video, said though “the government has the right to review the law if it wants to do so”, but he is not in support of the move. Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo state, DAILY POST recalled, had on May 19 inaugurated a seven-man judicial commission of inquiry, headed…

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BADOO STRIKES AGAIN, KILLS COUPLE IN IKORODU, SEE PICS

The notorious Badoo group have struck again in Idioro area of Ogijo, Ikorodu area of Lagos state – killing a husband and his wife on their matrimonial bed. The couple were reportedly found dead on their matrimonial bed with a grinding stone was found on them. According to reports, the couple known as “Baba and Mama Seun”, both residents of Ekundayo, ESCOBA, lived in an uncompleted building . The couple’s assailants were suspected to have gained entrance through one of the open windows though the net was neatly removed and…

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TARABA BATTLES MIYETTI ALLAH AS HERDSMEN CLOSE STATE ABATTOIR OVER ANTI- GRAZING BILL

On May 7, 2017, Governor  Darius Ishaku  proposed  an executive bill to Taraba State House of Assembly to prohibit open grazing in the state. The bill became necessary following a call by the House, urging the  executive arm to take measures to bring lasting solution to the killings and destruction of property in  the state  as a result of herdsmen and farmers’ clashes. The bill is entitled, ‘A bill for a law to prohibit open rearing and grazing of livestock and provide for the establishment of ranches and the Taraba…

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ANAMBRA GUBER ELECTION: WE’VE TAKEN NOTE OF KANU’S THREAT SAYS IGP

Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Kpotun Idris, has said the security agency was aware of the threat by the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, to instigate a boycott of the forthcoming governorship election in the Anambra State. Idris, who said the Force had taken note of the threat, gave the assurance that the Police were ready to provide adequate security cover for the election in the state scheduled for November 18. He vowed that the security agency would do everything necessary…

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LATEST ON EVANS: PHARMACIST FINGERED BY KIDNAP VICTIM GRANTED BAIL, READ WHY

•Identification parade fails to nail suspect By Joseph Undu Ihave passed through the valley of death”.Those were the words,  depicting a high sense of lamentation,from Emeka Egbulugha, 33, the pharmacist working with Maydon Pharmaceutical Company in Ilupeju, Lagos, whose boss, Chief Donatus Dunu, was abducted and kept in captivity  for over 90 days,  at the Igando area of the state. •Emeka Egbulugha and Chief Donatus Dunu Chief Dunu, who was kidnapped by gang members of the notorious kidnap-kingpin,  Chukwudubem Onwuamadike, a.k.a Evans,  regained his freedom miraculously. Although, even after he…

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SOLUDO HEADS OHANEZE STRATEGIC COMMITTEE

Prof Charles Chukwuma Soludo   Nwodo laments police’s inability to arrest Arewa youths Christopher Isiguzo in Enugu The apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, saturday took an initiative to neutralise last week’s quit notice issued by Arewa youths to Igbo residents in the North by constituting and inaugurating a 100-member Planning and Strategy Committee, headed by former governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Chukwuma Soludo, to design both the economic and political development agenda for Ndigbo. This however came as the Ohanaeze President, Chief Nnia Nwodo, expressed regrets over…

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