Two Security Guards Arrested Over Missing Underwear Of Clergy’s Daughter

TWO Church security guards were on Wednesday, arrested by the men of the Ondo State police command over the disappearance of two underwear belonging to the daughter of the clergy in charge of the church.

 

 

The two suspects, Samuel Linus and Adekunle Ogundana, who were on night duty were alleged to have removed the underwear spread within the church vicarage by the young lady around 9 pm and disappear before dawn.

 

It was gathered that the young lady raised the alarm around 6 am the following day after discovering that the two pants spread on the line at the back of her room had disappeared while the security had left the compound for their homes.

 

The young lady raised the alarm while the clergy summoned the two security guards who denied the allegation before they were handed over to the police.

 

 

While one of the suspects, Ogundana said he was sick throughout the night battling with ulcer, while Linus said there was no strange movement in the church premises and the vicarage in the night.

 

 

Linus said: “The only strange thing I noticed during the night was the barking of the dog in the middle of the night. i moved to the place but there was no strange movement. “I was surprised when I was called about the development because I have no business with pants or underwear ”

 

 

The Police Public Relations Officer, Mr Femi Joseph, said the command has begun the investigation into the disappearance of the young lady underwear, while the two suspects would remain in police custody.

50-Year-Old Man Bags 2 Months Imprisonment For Stealing 15 Goats

AN Iyaganku Magistrates’ Court in Ibadan on Tuesday sentenced one 50-year-old Isiaka Ayegbusi to two months imprisonment for stealing 15 goats. Magistrate Adebukola Durowoju convicted and sentenced Ayegbusi following his guilty plea and based on the facts of the case.

 

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Durowoju sentenced Ayegbusi to one-month imprisonment for conspiracy and one-month imprisonment for stealing 15 goats. Durowoju, however, gave the convict an option of six weeks’ community service of six hours daily at the court premises.

 

 

 

According to the Prosecutor, Insp. Sunday Fatola, Ayegbusi and one other person still at large conspired to have unlawful possession of the 15 goats on Nov. 7, at 8:30 a.m. at Ajibode, Ibadan.

 

“The convict loaded the goats in a Mazda bus with registration number SMK 295 ET from Ijebu to Ibadan and stole them. “The driver ran away when accosted by the community,” Fatola had submitted.

 

 

He said that the case was reported at the Ojoo Police Station, Ibadan, on Nov. 7 by the community, adding that the offences contravened 390 (9) and 516 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Oyo State, 2000.

Court Remands 2 Fake IBEDC Staff Over Alleged Culpable Homicide

AN Ilorin Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday remanded two fake Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) staff, Adeleke Benjamin and Adedeji Solomon, over alleged attempt to kill one Comfort Olupinla.

 

 

The Magistrate, Esther Abu, ordered the remand of the accused at Okekura Prison in Ilorin. She adjourned the case until Jan. 25 for further mention. Earlier, the Prosecutor, Sgt. Abideen Oderinde had told the court that the accused persons invaded the complainant’s house at Adewole Housing Estate in Ilorin on the pretence of being IBEDC staff reading electricity meters.

 

 

He said that the accused persons later deceived the complainant, demanded drinking water during which they gained entry into her house and attempted to kill and rob her of her valuables. Oderinde said that the complainant raised the alarm which drew attention of a passerby who rescued her and handed over the accused persons to the police.

 

He said that a locally made gun was recovered from one of the accused when they were searched. The accused, however, pleaded not guilty to the charges against them.

 

 

The prosecutor said the accused were being tried on a three-count charge of criminal conspiracy, attempted robbery and attempt to commit culpable homicide contrary to Sections 97, 299 and 95 of the Penal Code Law. He urged the court to remand the accused persons pending the outcome of the investigation.

Barman Bags 6 Months Imprisonment For Stealing Employer’s N165,000

AN Ota Magistrates’ Court in Ogun on Wednesday sentenced a 25-year-old bar attendant, Semiu Alabi, to six months in prison for stealing his employer’s N165,000. The Magistrate, Mrs A. F. Ojelade sentenced the accused to six months imprisonment without an option of fine.

 

Ojelade said that the sentence would serve as a deterrent to others. The convict, of no fixed address, had earlier pleaded guilty to the charge of stealing.

 

 

Earlier, the Prosecutor, Sgt. Gbesi Chudu had told the court that the accused committed the offence on Jan. 2, at about 8.30 p.m. at Rock Hotel and Bar, Atan, Ogun.

 

 

Chudu said the accused, who was the bartender at the hotel, refused to remit N165,000 proceed of sales of drinks to his employer, one Mr Adebayo Abidoye.

 

He said that the offence contravened Section 421 of the Criminal Code, Vol. 1, Law of Ogun, 2006.

Teenage boy remanded in prison for allegedly defiling his younger sisters

A 19-year-old man, Andrew Chinedu, has been remanded in prison over his alleged defilement of two of his sisters aged eight and six years. Chinedu was yesterday arraigned before the Ogudu magistrate court where the magistrate, Mrs E. Kubeinje, ordered that he be remanded in prison for 65 days pending the receipt of legal advice from the State Director of Public Prosecutions, DPPs.

 

 

 

 

Chinedu, an apprentice who resides in Irawo, was dragged before the magistrate court on a two-count charge of child defilement and sexual assault. The police prosecutor, Inspector Lucky Ihiehie, told the court that the accused committed the offences between the months of June 2018 and September 2018 at Abayomi Street, Irawo, in Ajegunle area of Ikorodu in Lagos State. Ihiehie said the Lagos State Domestic and Social Violence Office, which initially handled the case and confirmed the violation of the girls, referred the father to report the case to the Police.

 

 

Ihiehie said that the accused lived in the same compound with the parents of the girls. According to him, when the older of the siblings was questioned, she claimed that the accused normally calls her into his room when her parents were not around to have sex with her.

“Any time I refused, he would beat me. He normally promises to buy me sweet but he never did,” Ihiehie quoted the child as saying.

 

 

The prosecutor also said that the six-year-old girl corroborated what her sister said and told the Police that the accused always had sex with her whenever their parents were not around and beats them if they refused.

“He would tell her he wants to show her something and carry her to his bed and remove her cloths. She said it was when her elder sister fell sick and their father took them to the hospital that she opened up to him.” Ihiehie said.

 

 

He added that the offences contravened Sections 137 and 259 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015.

 

 

The Magistrate who refused the plea bargain of the suspect, adjourned the case until March 20 for mention.

17-yr-old hawker released from prison after being accused wrongly

Joy and happiness were visible on the face of a teenage street hawker after he was released from
prison. He had spent two years for a crime he didn’t commit.

 

 

The 17-year-old hawker identified as John Ogbonna was falsely accused of armed robbery and
remanded in Ogwashi Uku prison in Delta state for two years.

 

 

After thorough investigation by Behind Bars Initiative (BBI), it was learnt that the young man
was innocent of the charges labelled against him by the Delta state police command.

 

 

It was gathered the boy had a misunderstanding with a motorist while he was selling wrist watches along Okpanam road in Asaba and the man reportedly used SARS to lock him up.

 

 

John celebrated his release with the BBI team shortly after regaining freedom.

Shocking! Pastor Charged For Raping 14-year-old Daughter

The pastor of a New York City baptist church has been charged with the sexual abuse and rape of his own young daughter over six years. Son of the bishop at the Progressive Baptist Church of Brownsville in Brooklyn, Matthew Gibson was arrested on Thursday and accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting his now 14-year-old daughter.

 

 

The abuse is alleged to have been taking place on the church’s grounds since 2012, shortly after the victim’s mother died. ‘He should rot in hell,’ said the victim’s grandmother, Josephine Maples. ‘How can a father do this?’

 

 

Myia Maples, the victim’s sister-in-law, says the victim confided in her about the abuse last week, blurting it out in a moment of emotion. Maples and her husband have had full custody of the victim and her twin brother for seven years, with Gibson only having bi-weekly weekend visitation rights.

 

 

The victim’s twin brother says he was present at the church when the assaults were taking place, but had no idea what was going on. ‘He would make me play on the drums, and when it was happening, I wouldn’t be nowhere around,’ he said in an interview with NBC New York. ‘I feel like, in the moment, I let my sister down.’

 

 

Gibson, 44, was arrested on January 10 and charged with criminal sexual abuse and forcible touching of a female victim, aged between nine and 14.

 

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Gibson’s father, Bishop Ben T. Gibson, was meant to be supervising his son’s visits and clearly failed, the family say.

Man Found Dead With Bullet Shot On His Chest In Bayelsa [Photos]

A lifeless body of an unidentified man has been sighted early this morning (16th January 2019) in Gwegwe Junction, Ovom Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.

 

 

According to an eyewitness report, the junction is a place known to be a safe haven for cultist especially the greenladers and Icelanders.

 

 

Narrating the story to Newspadi.com, he said; “we wake up this morning sighting a lifeless body of this unidentified man, he was found dead with bullet shot through his chest”.

 

 

“His lifeless body is still laying here at Gwegwe junction Ovom Yenagoa Bayelsa State, a place known to be a safe haven for cultist especially the greenladers and Icelanders”.

 

 

He called on the appropriate agents in the state to come and evacuate the body.

Shocking! Boy killed by his mother’s partner in her presence (See his reason)

A mother sat by and did nothing as her 3-year-old son was crushed to death by her partner with an electric car seat. A court heard today that Adrian Hoare, 23, was sitting in the back seat of an Audi with her son Alfie Lamb when the boy was “squashed” in the footwell by her partner, 25-year-old Stephen Waterson.

 

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Alfie Lamb had been put into the rear footwell of the car by his mother. Waterson then allegedly pushed back the front passenger seat over Alfie twice because he was “angered” by noise the little boy was making. Waterson and Hoare claimed he had collapsed while they were in a taxi, but they both now face manslaughter charges, accused of killing Alfie on February 1 last year.

 

Waterson called 999 after Alfie’s death but fled before paramedics arrived and gave a false name when later questioned, jurors heard. Hoare, who stayed behind with her dead son, claimed Alfie fell asleep and then was “unresponsive”, the court heard. Duncan Atkinson QC, prosecuting, said the toddler was fit and well when he entered Waterson’s Audi but died from “crush asphyxia” sustained during the journey through Croydon in England.

 

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Prosecutor Duncan Atkinson said: It was caused by the front passenger seat of the vehicle, Waterson’s seat, being moved back further into the rear passenger side footwell at a time when, as was known, Alfie was in that footwell.

He added: Alfie was squashed by the car seat and suffocated because there was no room for him to breathe. This movement of the seat was a deliberate action by Waterson who was angered by the noise and fuss that the three-and-a-half-year-old was making during that fateful journey.

The court heard that they were in a car being driven by Marcus Richardson Croydon, south London, last February. Waterson was in the passenger seat while Hoare and friend Emilie Williams were in the back with Alfie.

 

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Mr Atkinson said: During that car journey something happened to Alfie to compress his chest and abdomen so that he went from and active toddler, to a very seriously ill and brain damaged one. Three days later paramedics were called to their home and the boy’s mother told them they had got into a taxi and put him in a child seat where he fell asleep.

She said: We tried to wake him and found him unresponsive. The taxi driver kicked us out and f**cked off.

Narrating what transpired, Mr Atkinson said Waterson first pushed his seat back on to Alfie to try to silence him, but other passengers in the car urged him to move forward and set the boy free when it was obvious that he had hurt the boy and he was struggling to breathe.

 

 

Atkinson continued: However, when Alfie made noise again Waterson deliberately moved his seat back again, and he kept it in that reversed position, squashing Alfie as he again showed signs of breathing problems until he went ominously quiet.

Mr Atkinson said Hoare had put her son Alfie in the footwell of the backseat and failed to stop Waterson from hurting her son. He said: Given the lack of space even for a child of Alfie’s size and his obvious signs of breathing difficulties, she did nothing to help him.

He added: Alfie’s mother had a duty to protect him from avoidable harm and yet she had failed to do this by inappropriately placing a young child in the rear footwell of a moving car. She failed in any meaningful or sufficient way to address the consequences of Waterson’s actions.

 

 

Waterson, Hoare and another passenger in the car, 19-year-old Emilie Williams, have admitted lying to the police in the wake of the death. Waterson is also accused of assaulting the driver of the car, Marcus Richardson, to intimidate him when he was co-operating with the police investigation. Hoare is also accused of assaulting Ms Williams to intimidate her during an argument relating to the incident. Ms Emilie Williams is due to be another prosecution witness.

 

 

Hoare and Waterson, from Croydon, deny manslaughter but admit conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

The trial continues.

EFCC arrests Bishop for defrauding people, pretending to help them fight poverty

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC), Benin Zonal Office has arrested a Bishop and suspected fraudster, Giniko Obi, for allegedly defrauding thousands of people of various sums of money running into millions of naira, in the guise of helping them “fight poverty”.

 

 

A statement released by the acting spokesperson of the antigraft agency, Tony Orilade, says Obi who is the founder of Beloved Gideon Foundation, based in Agbor, Delta State, with outreaches in Bayelsa, Onitsha, Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja and Benin City, denied any involvement in fraud claiming that he was only “doing the will of God by trying to help the people fight poverty”.

 

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According to Obi, it was his desire and God’s will to see people prosper that led him into operating what appears to be a Ponzi Scheme. Obi who claim to be a consecrated Bishop, possessing a diploma in theology explains thus:

“We write books such as ‘24 Nuggets for Successful Living’, ‘36 Nuggets for Successful Living’, ‘48 Nuggets for Successful Living’. We organise seminars and conferences on how to be successful. We tell the people to subscribe to these publications. If you subscribe with N10, 800, we give you N15, 000. If you subscribe with N18, 000, we give you N23, 000. I had about 30,000 subscribers and I was paying them”.

 

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According to him, when he left Agbor for Lagos, his desire was to expand his subscription base but his subscribers were impatient. “If they allowed me to hold the conference in Lagos, I would have paid them,” he claimed. However, some of his victims who have continued to throng the EFCC office, since his arrest, described his as a “fraud”.

One of them, Janet Amaka Okafor, said the Bishop sold a dummy to them by claiming that he was from the famous Gideons International, based in the United States.

 

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According to her, “He organised seminars in Agbor market that he was from Gideons International and that their mission was to help eradicate poverty in Nigeria. “He told us that unlike in the past when Gideons International distributed Bibles and Christian literature, their mission now was to eradicate poverty”.

 

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On how she became a victim of the scheme, Okafor, 35, who claims she has never participated in any ponzi scheme in the past said she fell for his tricks because the “Bishop” swore with the bible.