Shocking reason this wicked man killed his four children and commits suicide in Portharcourt (photos)

In Nigeria today, the plight of the under-privileged is steadily worsening and many go to bed with less than a survival diet. The unemployment crisis has created a lost generation of graduates who cannot find jobs. Yet it is an established fact that impoverished individuals are a major risk group for depression. And depression, according to experts, is the most common reason why people commit suicide.


News making rounds on social media shows a man in Rivers state who reportedly a went beserk around 1a.m, today, in Alesa community, Eleme, Rivers State, killed his four children before hanging himself.

The man who killed his four children, also allegedly attacked his wife with a machete last night, but she narrowly escaped. Though what led to the incident is not yet known, however it was further gathered that he set his house ablaze and hanged himself. His wife however alerted residents of the area, however they arrived quite late.

Here are photos from the scene of the incident below;


This is coming few  days after we reported to you about another man who reportedly drowned his two daughter before commiting suicide and also few months back, there was a report about  47-year-old man, Edwin Ojinnaka Nnodiogo, in Awada layout, Obosi, Idemili North Local Government of Anambra State killed his four children, sister and committed suicide.


People are most driven to suicide when they view their current situation as being completely hopeless and feel as if they have no way to change things for the better. Common causes of suicide include: depression, drug abuse, financial problems, as well as difficulties with relationships.



If you have an addiction, it could escalate to feelings of deep depression. You may feel helpless to overcome whatever addiction you face and some people see suicide as an only way out of the addiction trap. 8-Terminal Illness


Does human life really woirth anything anymore, what can be done to curb the rate of suicide in our society ?…please share your opinions with us below

Remember the Man that killed and buried his girlfriend in his living room? He is about to get married… you won’t believe to whom

A few days ago, news made the rounds that a Port Harcourt Man had killed and buried his pregnant girlfriend in his living room, the man is currently in police custody but the father of the deceased girl is insisting that the murderer marries his dead daughter.

The father of a pregnant woman who was murdered and buried by his lover in Nigeria is insisting the man should marry her corpse before burial. The man, who is in police custody, allegedly killed his pregnant lover and buried her corpse in his one-bedroom apartment.

The suspect identified as Prince Owabie from Rumueperikom community in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area in River state was arrested by the police for investigation and possible prosecution. He is reported to have buried the deceased also identified as Bertha Ozige Nwabueze in his room around Wimpy Junction, by Ikwerre Road in Port Harcourt.

The gruesome incident occurred on Sunday, but the suspect was arrested on Tuesday, by policemen following a tip-off. The suspect popularly known as J-Boy had reportedly confided the act in some of his friends who later hinted the police, leading to his arrest. The father of the deceased, Mr.Wilfred Nwovueze, insists J-BOY must marry the corpse of his daughter and perform the full traditional marriage rites as the customs and tradition of Ndele people in Emohua local Government area.

Nwovueze told Journalists on Thursday, December 6, that the marriage is in line with a compulsory traditional rites of Ndele people in Emohua LGA of Rivers State where the deceased hailed from. He, therefore, pleaded with security agencies to ensure that justice is done in the killing of his daughter.

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SAVAGE!! Port Harcourt man kills girlfriend, buries body in living room

The River State Police command have confirmed the arrest of a man who is alleged to have murdered his girlfriend.

Police Command in Rivers State says it has arrested one Mr Princewill Owabiyo, 34, suspected to have murdered his girlfriend. The command’s Spokesman, Mr Nnamdi Omoni, told News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Port Harcourt that the suspect allegedly killed Miss Better Wovez, 32, and buried her in his sitting room.

Omoni, a Deputy Superintendent of Police said both lovers had a quarrel on November 17, 2018, which turned into a fight. He said that it was in the course of the fight that the woman was killed. He said that the suspect concealed the crime, but that the police got a tip-off that led to his arrest. According to Omoni, the suspect is alleged to have used floor tiles in the sitting room to conceal the felony. He added that the suspect left the house after burying his victim in the sitting room.

He said that the suspect had confessed to the police, and led detectives to the house on Ikwerre road in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area, where the body was exhumed. The spokesman said the body was exhumed on Thursday and had been taken to the mortuary. He stated that the relations of the dead lady wanted to vent their anger on the suspect, but that he was saved by the police. Omoni said that investigation into the murder had commenced.

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ALARMING!! South South  Militants, North East Boko Haram a treat to 2019 elections- former Head of State reveals

Former Military Head of State, General Abdulsalami Abubakar has stated that the potential flashpoint for next year’s general elections would be Rivers State and the North East.

The National Peace Committee has identified Rivers State and some states in the North-East as flash point areas of the 2019 general elections. The committee, which met with Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, in Abuja yesterday, however, promised to intervene in the areas and ensure peaceful conduct of the polls.

Chairman of the peace committee and former Head of State, General Abdulsalami Abubakar, who spoke at the end of the meeting, also disclosed that the committee would meet with national chairmen and secretaries of registered political parties today, to listen to them. His words: “In particular, we have problem in Rivers State, and there are some other areas where problems are emerging. So, we will try to see how we can solve the problems

“I’m worried about the security situation in the North-East and it is necessary that we try to contain violence there in order for INEC to go there and conduct election. You should know that INEC will not send people to endanger their lives in order to conduct election and, in actual fact, no agent or no political party will endanger the lives of its people in any conflict area. So, we hope we will be able to contain that violence before the general elections.”

The former head of state promised to help sanitise the political arena. According to him, INEC has assured the committee of its readiness for the general elections, but called for issue-based campaign by political parties. He emphasised the importance of peace during the election, adding that “there must be peace before we have a country, there must be peace before we (could) conduct election.” The fprmer head of states promised that the committee would ensure there is decent electioneering campaign and that there are no hate speeches, no name calling and undesired utterances by politicians.

“We are going to meet with the chairmen and secretaries to all political parties tomorrow (today) in order to discuss and also listen to them and see how we can make progress. After the meeting with the political parties, we are going to draw a Memorandum of Understanding of peace and tranquillity and this we hope will be signed by all the presidential candidates and the chairmen of the registered parties.

“Like all Nigerians, we pray and hope we will get assurances that INEC will do the right thing and the political parties will help them also in exercising their right, in a free and fair election. Each Nigerian has a role to play and I hope they will play their parts,” he said.

The former head of state decried conduct of the parties’ primaries, especially the imposition of candidates.

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PANIC AS School Bus Carrying Pupils Home Goes Up In Flames

A hearth- wrenching  event happened today  as school bus which was conveying some pupils has reportedly gone up in flames in Rivers state, causing serious panic in the area.A truly horrific tragedy was averted in Rivers state on Monday after a school bus went up in flames.



The bus was conveying some pupils home and was at the Saint John by Ogbogoro road in Port Harcourt, when it went up in flames. Thankfully, passersby were quick to help evacuate the kids before the fire intensified.

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A similar incident took place today in the US  at Lincoln County school bus was  catches fire Monday morning after a crash with an SUV in Park City according to Lieutenant Chris Dye with the Tennessee Highway Patrol. Authorities say both vehicles were on fire.


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According to Lincoln County School Superintendent Dr. Bill Heath, the bus was on the way to start its route and was turning around when the incident happened around 6:45 a.m. A state trooper said he was close to the crash when it happened. He says the SUV caught fire first and the trooper emptied his fire extinguisher trying to put it out. Officials say the driver of the SUV had a foot trapped but the trooper was able to pull him out.

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EMS took the driver of the SUV to Huntsville Hospital and the bus driver was taken to a Lincoln County hospital according to state troopers. According to Highland Rim Elementary School, the bus was one of theirs. The school says no students were on board. There is no other information on the cause of the fire or how the crash happened at this time.

Gov. Wike welcomes President Buhari as he inaugurates new Port Harcourt International Airport terminal

Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike welcomes President Muhammadu on Thursday to his state as the President inaugurated the new international terminal of Port Harcourt Airport, in Omagwa, Rivers State.

The terminal was built by the Chinese Civil Engineering Construction Company Nigeria Limited as part of the $500 million concessional loan from the Export – Import Bank of China.

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Buhari landed about 12.30 pm and was driven in a convoy to the location of the new terminal. Speaking at the ceremony Buhari said the Port Harcourt International Airport terminal will play a significant role in promoting economic prosperity of Rivers State.

He said the new terminal will increase passenger growth as well as facilitate the movement of cargo. He said the facility will bring the airport to international standard to create economic growth for Rivers State as well as the country.

He said the concession of four international airport terminals in Lagos, Abuja, Kano and Port Harcourt will improve infrastructure in Nigeria. He said the construction of new terminals will be linked to the Warri Rail Line.

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Buhari said government is making deliberate efforts to increase handling capacities and infrastructure of the nation’s transport sector which was not taken care of since the 70s and 80s when they were built.

He said it was part of his promises to upgrade Nigeria’s transport infrastructure in all geo political zones of the country. The president said:” Today’s commissioning is a significant landmark for international travellers especially those in the South South region.

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“Not much was done after these airports were built in the 70s and 80s to increase handling capacity of the airports and so we needed to take decisive steps to ensure that our terminals meet the minimum international global standards.

“In the 2017 budget, I promised to upgrade Nigeria’s transport and complete a number projects that will be beneficiary to the nation economically and these include construction of new terminals, railways and power projects.

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“Today’s commissioning is a direct policy to sustain economic growth in all geo political zones of the country,” the president said.

In his remarks, Minister of State, Aviation, Hadi Sirika said the project commenced in 2014 and was inherited from the previous administration at 30 per cent completion in 2015.

He said despite the inherent challenges associated with the project, Buhari gave approval for the lapses to be corrected. He listed the challenges to include: inadequate power supply, litigation, lack of apron space which have been addressed.

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Speaking earlier, Rivers state Governor, Nyesom Wike assured the president that the people of Rivers State and indeed the South South are happy with the project stating that it would foster further investment in the state.

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Wike said; “I can tell you this today that the people of Rivers State and the Niger Delta are happy with you Mr. President. This terminal here will help the drive of the state to grow the economy and it will attract investment to the state. What has happened here shows that Rivers State is safe, Rivers State is secured and if it was not CCECC will not have been here to construct this.”

Rotimi Amaechi missing as Buhari visits Port Harcourt

Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi was absent at the commissioning of the new International Wing at the Port Harcourt airport. It was reported that Amaechi who is the Leader of the All Progressives Congress in Rivers state was conspicuously missing at the event.

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Pictures circulated in the social media, however, indicate that Amaechi is in Ibadan attending a Town Hall meeting organised by the Federal government.

Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi born 27 May 1965 is a Nigerian politician who served as the fifth Governor of Rivers State from 2007 to 2015. He was re-elected for a second term on 26 April 2011. Amaechi was a member of the People’s Democratic Party before defecting to the All Progressives Congress on 27 November 2013. He is now a serving Federal Minister of Transportation.

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Meanwhile, President Mohammadu Buhari was received by Rivers state Governor, Nyesom Wike in company of other leaders of the People’s Democratic Party, in Rivers state. All Rivers state Senators including Andrew Uchendu, Magnus Abe, Osi Ideozu as well as the Director General of NIMASA, Dakuku Peterside led other APC leaders to welcome Buhari.

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Amaechi first office in politics was as Secretary of the now defunct National Republican Convention in Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State. Between 1992 and 1994, he was Special Assistant to the Deputy Governor of Rivers State, Sir (Dr.) Peter Odili, and also a member of the Board of West Africa Glass Industry as well as Risonpalm Nigeria Limited. Dr.

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Peter Odili believed in him as a young man with potential in politics, and adopted him as a political son, guiding and nurturing him in politics, and consequently facilitating his election into the Rivers State House of Assembly in 1999.

This relationship between him and Odili translated into a harmonious relationship between the Executive and Legislative arms of government in Rivers State, until when Rotimi Amaechi launched a campaign against the State Government, and verbally attacked the image of the State Governor, in an effort to succeed Peter Odili as governor in 2007.

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He was the Rivers State’s Secretary of the Democratic Party of Nigeria (DPN) caretaker committee after in 1996 during the transition programme of General Sanni Abacha junta. In 1999, he contested and won a seat to become a member of the Rivers State House of Assembly to represent his constituency.

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He was subsequently elected as the Speaker of the House of Assembly. Amaechi was elected the Chairman of Nigeria’s Conference of Speakers of State Assemblies. He was reelected into the State House of Assembly in May 2003 and was also re-elected as the Speaker.

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In 2003 when the National Assembly moved to hijack the legislative functions of the State house of Assembly as enshrined in the constitution, he and his colleagues took the matter to Nigeria’s supreme court and the court gave a judgment that the control and supervision of local government is the prerogative of the State House of Assembly.

BOMBSHELL!!! Wike Forged Age Declaration Certificate, Does Not Qualify To Be Governor, Lawyer Alleges

A legal practitioner, Achinike William-Wobodo, has filed a suit before the Federal High Court in Abuja, asking the court to disqualify the incumbent Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, from taking part in the 2019 general election or any other election in Nigeria, on the grounds that he submitted a forged certificate of age declaration to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

In the suit filed on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, Wobodo asked the court to declare that the certificate of statutory declaration of age presented by Wike to the INEC on December 25, 2014, for the purpose of the 2015 general election into the office of the Governor of Rivers State, contained falsehoods and was forged.

Wobodo also asked the court to declare that pursuant to section 182, subsection 1 (j) of the 1999 constitution as amended, Wike is not qualified or eligible to contest or participate in the 2019 general election or any other election in Nigeria, having presented a forged certificate to INEC.

The Rivers State government is yet to officially respond to the development.

A number of top government functionaries have been hit with certificate scandals in recent times, most prominent of which is the former Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, who resigned her position after admitting that her National Youth Service exemption certificate was fake.

Also, the Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on prosecution, Okoi Obono-Obla, is alleged to be parading an invalid senior secondary school certificate.

WOW! This is why Court oders EFCC to pay N600m to two Rivers govt officials

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is a Nigerian law enforcement agency that investigates financial crimes such as advance fee fraud (419 fraud) and money laundering. The EFCC was established in 2003, partially in response to pressure from the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering, which named Nigeria as one of 23 countries non-cooperative in the international community’s efforts to fight money laundering. The agency has its head office in Abuja



Reports has it  that a  High Court in Port Harcourt on Thursday ordered the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to pay the sum of N600m ‘exemplary damages’ to two Rivers State Government officials for investigating and declaring them wanted.



The two officials are the State Accountant General, Frederick Dagogo-Abere; and former Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government, Lekia Bukpo. They were among those accused by the anti-graft agency of withdrawing N117bn from state government coffers.



The judge, Justice George Omereji, in his ruling, declared that the anti-graft agency violated the fundamental rights of the officials by investigating the Rivers State Government’s account. He stated that the action was in disobedience of a subsisting court order restraining the Commission from investigating the state government account.



Justice Omereji said he was embarrassed by the actions of the EFCC, adding that the Commission failed to appeal the judgment against it, but resorted to self-help by inviting the state officials.



He said that the Commission should first vacate the subsisting order made by Justice Ibrahim Buba of the Federal High Court before taking any action on accounts of the state government.



The judge also described the letter of invitation of the EFCC to the state government officials malicious, maintaining that only the Rivers State House of Assembly has the right to investigate the financial activities of the state government.



The court declared that the sum of N300m each be paid by the EFCC to Federick Abere and Lekia Biokpo as exemplary damages. Counsel for the Accountant General of the State, Dike Udenna, described the judgment as a response to some questions asked by Nigerians on the alleged abuse of court processes by the EFCC.



Recall that former Rivers State Governor, Peter Odili, had, during his administration, obtained a perpetual injunction from a Federal High Court restraining the EFCC, ICPC and other anti-graft agencies from investigating Rivers State Government account.



It would be recalled that Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike suspended the State Commissioner for Finance, Dr Fred Kpakol and the State Accountant General, Sir Abere Dagogo.
A statement by Simeon Nwakaudu, Special Assistant to the Rivers State Governor on Electronic Media said the suspension takes immediate effect sometime in 2016.



Kpakol shocked the Civil servants in the state when he directed them to present their Bank Verification Number, BVN, before their salaries could be paid from the month of February.



Dr Fred Kpakol,the State Commissioner for Finance who may not have gotten the approval of the Governor, struggled to clarify the new policy of the government. He said it was neither meant to purge the state workforce nor was it vindictive but aimed at correcting anomalies in the State Civil Service. He said the BVN will enable the state fish out ghost workers.



“We will pay salaries to only authenticated staff in the state workforce. You must give accurate information about you details as any information found not to be correct would be sent to EFCC for prosecution.” He also emphasized that civil servants will only be paid February salary on presentation of Bank Verification Number BVN.



Observers are of the opinion that the Governor may have been miffed by the bad timing of the decision of both the Commissioner of Finance and the Accountant-General to rattle the Civil Servants, since some rerun elections are due in the state. Analysts said the governor interpreted the directive as an embarrassing political miscalculation.



Wike had accused some top notchers of Government,especially those in his cabinet for disloyalty before January 27 victory at the Supreme Court.It was not clear if Dr. Fred Kpakol and the Accountant General fell into that category.

WARNING! List of 12 states to experience flood in Nigeria

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and the National Hydrological Services Agencies (NHISA) have warned that 12 states across Nigeria would soon experience flooding due to torrential rain falls. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the two agencies gave the warning on Friday, September 7, during an emergency stakeholders’ meeting held with relevant stakeholders in Abuja.

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The report said Clem Nze, the director of engineering hydrology at NHISA, listed the states to include: READ ALSO: Suspected herdsmen allegedly kill Adamawa PDP chairman, flee with head
1. Kogi
2. Kebbi
3. Niger
4. Kwara
5. Edo 6.
7. Rivers
8. Bayelsa
9. Delta
10. Taraba
11. Benue
12. Adamawa

While some of the states would be affected from the River Niger, the other would be faced from River Benue, the report warned. The report added that the expert also warned that the flood might be eminent, noting that all the indices that played out before the 2012 flooding had already manifested.

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Nze said that the decision to raise the alarm was to ensure preparedness among stakeholders and residents of flood-prone communities. He revealed that as at Friday, September 7, the height of River Niger in Lokoja was at 10.1 meters as against the 9.74 meters in 2012, adding that the continued to rise on hourly basis.

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He further said that the water levels were increasing due to the opening of the Shiroro, Kanji and Jebba Dams. “As at today, our hydro-logical measuring station downstream the confluence in Lokoja recorded a stage height of 10.1m and a discharge value of 21, 326 cubic metre per second as against lower values of 9. 74m and 19,762 cubic meters per second recorded on the corresponding date of 2012 when the flood occurred.

“From the foregoing, it could be said that all the indices that caused the 2012 river flooding have manifested, except spillage of water from the Lagdo Dam. “It would be noted that it was on September 29, 2012, that the maximum flood level of 12 .840m and the corresponding discharge of 31,692 cubic meters per second were recorded at our station in Lokoja, downstream the confluence.

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“By the 2018 seasonal rainfall prediction released earlier in the year, September 28, is the earliest cessation date of rainfall in Sokoto and Katsina while December is the earliest cessation date for the southern coastal cities. “The implication of this is that, the northern part of the country should be expecting more rains in the next three weeks,” he said.

Speaking earlier, Mustapha Maihaja, the director-general, NEMA said that the emergency meeting was called following the update on the flood situation received from NHISA and described the development as alarming and urgent. He said that the meeting would also review the situation with a view to classifying the possible dangers, assess preparedness at individual and collective levels.

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Maihaja said that this was to ensure that every relevant agency was ready for any eventuality, if the water level keeps increasing. “This is a serious meeting; we must put heads together to first classify the situation, whether it is still yellow or red. “If it is red, surely we should act and part of the acting is the suggestion to set up a committee of five groups of three personnel from various sector to visit the front line states.

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“It is for them to meet with the officials, go down to the villages that are really critically under threat and use all avenues to enlighten them to invigorate our enlightenment campaign electronically and physically to ensure that everybody is well informed as required by the law. “Secondly, we access our preparedness, informing our stakeholders so that wherever there is any equipment that is required, it is ready for deployment, should anything happens,” Maihaja said.

He called on state governments to provide alternative accommodation for those in the flood affected areas so that they do not camp in schools, especially as the schools are now in session. earlier reported that the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) recently warned that many parts of the country were likely to experience flooding due to a shift in rainfall pattern caused by climate change.