May 29, 2017

Police Arrest School Teachers For Taking Pupils Blood, Fingernails

Police Arrest School Teachers For Taking Pupils Blood, Fingernails

The Ondo State Police Command has arrested two teachers identified as Blessing Omowera and Sola Kalejaye for allegedly using human parts for ritual purpose.

According to the police, the duo allegedly collected the fingernails and blood of the pupils of Heritage Nursery and Primary School, Ondo town, Ondo State.

While Omowera works at the nursery and primary school, Kalajaye, is said to be a teacher in a secondary school in the town.

It was gathered that when one of the pupils got home, she informed her father what the teacher did to her in the school, and the parents reported the matter at the Ondo Area Command, Ondo.

The victims are both three-year-old.

The Police Public Relations Officer for the state police command, Mr. Femi Joseph, explained that Omowera called the two pupils and cut their fingernails under the pretence of cleaning them up.

The PPRO also said as the suspect was cutting the finger nails of the pupils, she intentionally cut the hands of the victims to bring out blood. She then cleaned the bloodstained hand with a cloth.

Joseph said, “We were informed that after the suspect (Omowera) had cut the hands of the pupils, she cleaned up the blood with a cloth and took both the blood and fingernails away .

“After she was arrested, she confessed that she was sent by somebody who wanted to use the blood and fingernails for ritual purposes; that was why we arrested the sender (Kalejaye).”

The police spokesman noted that Omowera had already been charged to court, while Kalejaye was still in custody undergoing interrogation.

“He (Kalejaye) too will soon be charged to court,” Joseph said.

The father of one of the pupils, Mr. Ambrose Akinnodi, called on the state government and human rights activists in the country to assist his family in ensuring that justice was done in the matter.

It was gathered that the two pupils had been withdrawn from the school.

An Elderly Man Couple Strangled In Osun Early Hours Of This Morning

The police in Osun on Sunday said unknown assailants strangled to death an elderly couple in Gbongan area of the state.  The spokeswoman of the police in the state, Mrs Folashade Odoro, said in a statement on Sunday that their bodies was found at about 11 am at their residence in Gbongan.  Odoro said the son of the couple, Caleb Akanbi, reported the death of his parents to the police after he found them strangled.  “When police got to the scene of the incident, Mr Reuben Akanbi, 70, and Mrs Victoria Akanbi, 68, who lived in an isolated house were found dead with violence marks on them.   “The crime is suspected to have been carried out overnight and the body of the deceased couple had been removed and deposited at LAUTECH Teaching Hospital for autopsy.  “Police special detectives had, however, been deployed to fish out the killers, ” she said.

Osun state Police  on Sunday said unknown assailants strangled to death an elderly couple in Gbongan area of the state.

The spokeswoman of the police in the state, Mrs Folashade Odoro, said in a statement on Sunday that their bodies was found at about 11 am at their residence in Gbongan.

Odoro said the son of the couple, Caleb Akanbi, reported the death of his parents to the police after he found them strangled.

“When police got to the scene of the incident, Mr Reuben Akanbi, 70, and Mrs Victoria Akanbi, 68, who lived in an isolated house were found dead with violence marks on them.

“The crime is suspected to have been carried out overnight and the body of the deceased couple had been removed and deposited at LAUTECH Teaching Hospital for autopsy.

“Police special detectives had, however, been deployed to fish out the killers, ” she said.

I Attracted Stolen Child With N200- 14 yr-old Suspect opens up

I Attracted Stolen Child With N200- 14 yr-old Suspect opens up

A 14-year-old Nwanne (not real name) in the custody of the Abia State Police Command has confessed that a lady she met at Alaoji near Aba, identified as Chinemerem Isaiah, gave her N200 to attract and steal a three-year-old for her.

She said she met Isaiah when her father sent her on an errand at Alaoji, where she asked her to call one small girl around for her.

She said, “My daddy sent me to give one aunty something; then on the way, I met this other aunty (Isaiah) and she asked me to bring a child. She did not tell me what she wanted to do with the baby.

“So, I called the first baby, she refused to follow me, but when I called the second baby, she came to me and this aunty brought out N200 from her bag and gave me to give the baby. She collected it and followed us.”

The Commissioner of Police in the State, Mr. Adeyele Oyebade, who paraded the suspects at the command headquarters in Umuahaia, the state capital, said they were arrested following a complaint made to the Ogbor Hill Police Station by one Mrs. Rose Ndukwu that her three-year-old daughter was stolen by unknown persons.

Source: Punch

Police Arrests Father, Children For Lynching Passer-By Who Urinated Near Their Compound

Police arrests Father and children for lynching passerby

A man, his children and other family members have been arrested by the police in Abuja for allegedly lynching a 60-year-old man who urinated by their residence.

Pius Inaiwe was said to have been killed by the suspects for passing urine in their compound in Jiwa, a community in the Abuja Municipal Area Council. It was learnt that Inaiwe went into a coma after he was assaulted by the suspects.

He was subsequently rushed to a private hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival by the medical personnel.

Punch correspondent gathered that the incident, which occurred last Thursday, caused an uproar in the community resulting in an attempt by some youths to attack the suspects involved in the assault on the deceased.

It was learnt that it took the intervention of the Divisional Police Officer, Gwagwa Police Station, and some other prominent persons in the area to stop the youths from attacking the suspects involved in Inaiwe’s killing.

The FCT Police Public Relations Officer, Perry Usen, confirmed to Punch correspondent  yesterday that six suspects were in custody in connection with the incident.

“I can confirm to you that we have six suspects in custody in connection with the incident. A man and his family members, including his children were arrested for allegedly lynching a 60-year-old man because he urinated near their compound. Investigation is ongoing to know the level of their involvement in the crime,” he said.

The World Most Expensive Player, Paul Pogba Sends Ramadan Greetings As He Took Selfie In Mecca Pilgrimage

The World Most Expensive Player, Paul Pogba Sends Ramadan Greetings As He Took Selfie In  Mecca Pilgrimage

The world’s most expensive footballer and Manchester United ace Paul Pogba has posted pictures of himself at the holiest site of Islam, days after helping his team to win the Europa League trophy.

Pogba also issued greetings for the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan, which began on Saturday.

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The Frenchman posted a photo of himself standing in front of the Kaaba, a black cube towards which Muslims turn for their five daily prayers.

“Most beautiful thing I’ve seen in my life,” wrote Pogba, shown wearing the white cloth of Muslims performing umrah, the lesser pilgrimage which is popular during Ramadan. See another photo below;
The World Most Expensive Player, Paul Pogba Sends Ramadan Greetings As He Took Selfie In  Mecca Pilgrimage

Buhari's 2 Years: We’ve Secured Nigeria From Predators, Lai Mohammed boasted

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Just a week of controversy concerning President Buhari's whereabout as stated by the ex British Lawmaker, Eric Joyce which he asked Nigerians "When was the last time you saw your President?'' seem all has not been okay and go down well with Nigerians. But Lai Mohammed, Information Minister has boasted of the administration's achievement.

After exactly two years in the saddle, the federal government, yesterday, boasted that it had rescued Nigeria from predators and set the country on the path of recovery and sustained development.

Besides, the government pointed out that the country would have been much worse but for its strident effort to arrest corruption and plug loopholes exploited by looters in the past to fleece the country.

The Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, gave the position of the government in an exclusive interview with Vanguard in Abuja last night.

According to him, President Muhammadu Buhari has shown commitment, determination and courage in delivering on the administration’s key agenda of driving out corruption, terrorism and fixing the economy.

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Mohammed said Nigeria would have been much worse, but for the incorruptible, disciplined and forthright leadership provided by President Buhari and blamed a vocal minority in the country who had been comfortable with looting public funds of making noise about the move by the present administration to tackle corruption and make Nigeria a better place.

He said: “But because of this administration, there is change from impunity to accountability, change from a mindset where corruption was actually glamorized to an era today where people see the evil of corruption and try to run away from it.

“We have been able to secure Nigeria by restructuring the economy in a manner that the nation can no longer be held hostage by just one product, oil.

 The change that has come is one that has made agriculture attractive, viable and creating millionaires from it.

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 ‘’The change that we have achieved through the sterling and incorruptible leadership of President Buhari has launched Nigeria into a comity of nations that is taken seriously. “But we must note that change is generally difficult to adopt.

 We are trying to make people to change from a lifestyle based on rent to industry.

 ‘’We are trying to change from rent taking to transparency and integrity as a way of life. But those who have been living on corruption are not only resisting us but are also fighting back because of the huge cash they stashed away and control of the social media.

‘’The corrupt elements are fighting back to return to their old ways of living on the public funds they were depending on. There was a time they openly said they wanted corruption back.’’

The setback notwithstanding, Mohammed pointed out that the Buhari administration had recorded concrete achievements in several areas of the economy, boasting that the nation would soon exit recession going by the economic outlook already in sight.

 The minister revealed that despite the tough times, the government had been able to boost its foreign reserves by $7 billion between October 2016 and this year. He also said the administration had raised Sovereign Wealth Fund by $500 million and added $87 million to the Excess Crude Oil account in 2017.


Mohammed also indicated that the government had slashed the price of fertilizer by 30 percent and increased yield per hectare from two to seven tonnes.

The minister said that the administration’s effort to look inwards had also yielded tremendous result by drastically reducing rice import from 580,000 metric tonnes to just 58,000 tonners per year.

 On infrastructure, Mohammed said, “We have constructed about 300 kilometres of roads and fixed over 420 kilometres of roads and we have been able to return over 17,000 construction workers to work by promptly paying the contractors and encouraging them to return to sites”.

APC has plunged Nigerians into 2yrs of Despondency, Repressed And Depressed Condition - PDP

APC has not to celebrate for 2years - PDP

The opposition People’s Democratic Party PDP has attacked the ruling All Progressives Congress, saying the party has nothing to celebrate two years after took over the mantle of leadership.

The National Publicity Secretary of the Senator Ahmed Makarfi-led National Working Committee, Mr. Dayo Adeyeye, in a statement on Sunday  claimed that the APC-led Government was marked by highhandedness, crass ineptitude and lack of tolerance for the opposition.

He said the APC had endangered democratic foundation laid by the PDP which enabled the opposition to win elections.

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Adeyeye said that the activities of the ruling APC were suggestive of a bleak democratic outing for the country in the 2019 elections.

He lamented that Nigerians had nothing to celebrate as the APC “has plunged the vast majority of the people into this two years of despondency, ambiguity, repressed and depressed condition.”

He said, “Beginning with the issue of corruption in this discussion is critical in line with the APC/President Buhari’s ‘Change Agenda’ and ‘hype in corruption chase’ which has left sour taste given the dishonesty and charade that have characterised the actions of this government so far.

“For the record, ‘corruption’ is endemic in our system since the military era and using it to whip up citizens’ sentiments is absurd while playing ignorant of honest achievements made by the PDP government to combat this alarming menace.

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“The question is what has the APC done to fight corruption? Nothing! Yes indeed nothing except noise, hounding, torturing, flouting of court orders and vilification of opposition leaders and members in and out of courts; incarcerations without proving anything; harassments, intimidation, indiscriminate arrests and detention of judges in order to cow them to desecrate the judiciary and deny the people justice; promote gestapo state and by extension, kill democracy.”

He added that Nigerians and the international community had lost confidence in the Independent National Electoral Commission as the APC allegedly prevented it from performing its electoral responsibilities without interference.

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On the economy, Adeyeye said that President Buhari’s utterances during his visits to foreign nations scared away investors who had withdrawn their money from the country which had earlier attracted $20bn worth of investors in three years.


Keep Moving Forward - Today's Billy Graham's Daily Devotional

Keep Moving Forward - Today's Billy Graham's Daily Devotional

You are reading Today's Billy Graham's Daily Devotional
Topic: Keep Moving Forward
Today Monday 29, May 2017

For in him we live and move and are!—Acts 17:28 (TLB)

When I was seven years old, my father bought me my first bicycle. I had never ridden one. Patiently, my family and friends tried to teach me the art of cycling. I soon found out there was one thing I must do if I was to stay on the bicycle—keep moving forward.

If I ceased to go forward, I would fall and hurt myself. So it is in the Christian life. We can never live this life on the highest plane unless we are continually growing and moving forward. You should be closer to God today in heart, soul, and body, than at any other time so far in your life.

Prayer for the day: Lord, I have progressed far too slowly in my pilgrim walk with You. Might I be drawn closer to the light of Your love and grace.


The Mentality for Enduring Greatness - Today's Seeds of Destiny Daily Devotional

The Mentality for Enduring Greatness - Today's Seeds of Destiny Daily Devotional

You are reading Today's Seeds of Destiny Daily Devotional written by Pastor Paul Enenche
Topic: The Mentality for Enduring Greatness
Monday May 29, 2017

Scripture: ‘For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he…’ Proverbs 23:7.

Thought For The Day: To arrive too soon is to arrive too small.

Sometime ago, I travelled with my wife, Dr Becky Enenche to China. While in China, I learnt many things. One of the lessons I learnt was about China as a country.

Few years ago, China and her citizens were struggling as a third world nation; they were far behind America and Japan in terms of development.

Today, going by every available record, I do not know how many cities in the world can be compared to the cities in China in terms of development. The American economy at global level is being threatened by the rapid growth of China’s economy.

The amazing thing is that despite their developmental strides, the President of China told the Chinese that they should still see China as a third world nation. That is to say they should not allow the arrival mentality to have a grip on their minds.

What a mentality! No wonder they are where they are today in terms of development. This is the mentality for enduring greatness.

Beloved, to arrive too soon is to arrive too small. When you reach the peak, you are set for the pit. The reason for the abortion of several destinies is the decision to conform to premature contentment.

Remember this: To arrive too soon is to arrive too small.

Assignment (s):

1. Refuse to conform to premature contentment.

2. Always let God know that you cannot achieve anything without Him.

Prayer: Enlarge my heart O LORD to see the possibilities of achieving greater things in life and give me the grace to achieve them. Deliver me, from the arrival mentality, LORD, in Jesus’ Name.


Daily Reading: 2 Samuel 12:1 to 31, John 16:1 to 33, Psalm 119:65 to 80, Proverbs 16:4 to 5.

Quote: You cannot rub minds with the Almighty God and be a dull person. Culled from 10 PRINCIPAL SECRETS OF PRINCIPAL PEOPLE by Dr Paul Enenche.

Amazing Fact: The blue whale has a heart the size of a small car and its blood vessel is so broad, that a person could swim through it.

Today In History: 29/5/ 1999 – Olusegun Obasanjo took office as President of Nigeria, the first elected and civilian head of state in Nigeria after 16 years of military rule.

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Don't wish me dead, Obasanjo tells Nigerian Youths

Olusegun Obasanjo

Ex Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo has advised the youth not to wish death on him and the nation’s elder statesmen.

The ex president said this on Sunday, at the youth governance dialogue held by the Youth Development Centre of the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library in Abeokuta, Ogun state.

Describing the current agitations across the country as an expression of frustration, Obasanjo advised the youth not to lose hope or get frustrated.

“Don’t wish us dead; don’t wish us to disappear because you will need us. You need us to mentor and prepare you for the future. You need our experience and assistance of some of us to guide you through life,” he said.

“You should not lose hope, you should not feel frustrated. Whenever I go abroad, they always ask me what my fear about Nigeria and Africa is, and I tell them my greatest fear is youth anger, frustrations and youth explosion which have no bound.

“We have the Boko Haram in the north, the MASSOB and IPOB in the south-east, the militants in the Niger Delta and the Oodua Peoples Congress in the south-west. All of these are the expression of anger and frustrations‎.”

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Avenge Not Yourself - Today's DCLM Daily Manna Devotional

Avenge Not Yourself - Today's DCLM Daily Manna Devotional

You are reading Today's DCLM Daily Manna Devotional written by Pastor W.F. Kumuyi
Topic: Avenge Not Yourself 
Today Monday May 29, 2017
Text: Proverbs 25:16-28

Key Verse: "If thine enemy be hungry, give him bread to eat; and if he be thirsty, give him water to drink" (Proverbs 25:21).

The story is told about Jane, a persecuted but non-vindictive and non-retaliatory Christian young lady somewhere in Africa. She sometimes left her clothes on the washing line at the back of their residence. Whenever she went for fellowship or evangelism, her hostile neighbours would never help her pack them inside, perchance there was rain.

They never saw anything good in Jane. They maligned, slandered and vilified her whenever she was not at home. It happened, however that one day, Jane was at home reading her Bible when rain started threatening and some of her neighbours left their clothes outside. When she looked outside through the window and saw the clothes, she quickly ran to help pack them inside. When they came back and saw what she had done for them, they were humiliated by shame because, they had never helped her to pack her clothes away from rain. It was Jane’s turn to take her own pound of flesh, but she refused to go on a mission of vendetta.


There and then, these her neighbours told her that the next day they would go to her church, should she invite them. The precept to love everyone including our enemies is an Old Testament commandment, sanctioned by our Lord Jesus Christ. He has shown His own example by praying for His enemies on the cross. Believers are commanded to overcome evil with good, rather than allowing evil to overcome them. We are to literally "lavish" our enemies and persecutors with kindness. Seek no vengeance. Commit your cause into God’s hand, however hurt you may be, just as Jane had done to her hostile neighbours. Do not allow a retaliatory spirit to have a place in your life.

Our Lord and Saviour exhorts us not to resist evil, but "whosoever shall smite thee on the right cheek, turn to him the other also". We are enjoined not to rejoice when our enemy falls and we should not let our hearts be glad when he stumbles, lest the Lord sees it and it displeases Him.

Thought for the day: "Wisdom is overcoming evil with good deeds."

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I was almost mobbed at Masala market in Nassarawa State - Miz Conquer

Miz Conquer, How I ecaped linching in Nasarawa

Yesterday morning I was almost mobbed at Masala market in Nassarawa State, less than 15 minutes from Abuja for venturing to the market in my running Shorts (that was half a thigh short). Read 3 posts down for initial report.

My first thought after I narrowly escaped the mob was to write an essay on dress codes, human rights, and what extent a person's idea of morality infringes on another’s… and distribute copies to the market people and hope that it may influence their engagement with others in similar situations.
I  did write a mini essay but I have changed my mind on distribution. Part of my reason was safety. Seeing what they were like, I didn’t feel safe to engage such people in academic debates. The other reason was that they would not understand reason. People that insists on treating others without respect and civility only understands when you speak their language and that is why this idea, though very outside the box (and I am obviously not championing this idea or encouraging anyone to do so), is what may rapidly bring the much needed debate about cultural engagement much faster in Nigeria.

First, let me tell a story.
See, both my parents (as I did) studied abroad at some time in their scholarly pursuits. My Father especially loved to talk about his experiences as an undergraduate student in London far back in the 70s. He suffered tremendous racism and discrimination there.  He often told of this one time a racist spat right on his face, called him a monkey and asked him to ‘return to Africa'. My parent had no intentions of settling in the UK anyway, they returned home right after they were done with school, but till my father died he told that one story about a man spitting on his face in a racist tirade.
Once, after my father told this story, I asked him if, just like that racist guy did, that everyone around the world rounded every British citizen in all countries that they had gone to and spat on their faces while throwing racist tirades, calling them names and doing EXACTLY what the Racists do in the UK? Wont this get the government and people around the world to address this problem rapidly and bring change? My Father agreed it was one solution. I agree with his agreement.

Now back to my ordeal (actually this isn’t just mine. From research and first person accounts on my previous threads, this is apparently a very serious problem in Northern Nigeria. Women that do not attire themselves in religiously compliant dresscodes are routinely harassed and  mobbed). Most of the response I received from people was ‘be careful'. ‘dress like them to look like them’. ‘become like them’ etc. But again, the fact that a person uses their idea of decency, which is that a woman (only a woman) covers herself from her head to her toes, as a yardstick to condemn my choice of liberal clothing that showed half my legs and face in my exercise geer as reason to physically and verbally assault me is wrong. I do not even need to engage my reasons here. Any slightly educated person knows this...

Now, this is the wrong approach and incompatible with sound advise but, remembering my dark response to my Father’s racists and THIS mob action ordeal suffered by non Muslim women in Northern Nigeria as I did, won’t the most radical response that gets the attention of people to have actual conversation about non harassment be harassment doled out to women wearing Hijab and veils and body length clothes suggestive of a particular religious sect? What if whenever anyone attired in these attires show up in neighbourhoods other than theirs or states other than theirs, people that are not from their religion and culture get them disrobed publicly and jeered insults at, calling them disrespectful names and shaming them, Will this get the conversation out about disrespect to people’s right to their beliefs and expression, and further, a blueprint on respecting people of other beliefs and non beliefs, and a social engagement based on mutual respect?

These are just thoughts.
A caveman understands only cavemen actions and reactions.
So the intellectual in me knows all of this hurts only women. Culture and religion sets unrealistic restrictive and demeaning guidelines for women. And however it plays out, it is women that get to suffer to  protect 'the weak and fragile men from temptation'.

Don't Hesitate - Today's inspiring Kenneth Copeland's Daily Devotional

Don't Hesitate - Today's inspiring Kenneth Copeland's Daily Devotional

You are reading Today's inspiring Kenneth Copeland's Daily Devotional written by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland
Topic: Don't Hesitate 
Today Monday May 29, 2017

He that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed. For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord. A double minded man is unstable in all his ways. - James 1:6-8

What happens when you hesitate to do something God has told you to do? Your adversary takes the first step. The devil gets the jump on you.


If you want to live by faith, hesitation is one of the most hazardous habits you could ever have. It comes from being indecisive. The Bible says a man like that is “unstable and unreliable and uncertain about everything he thinks, feels, decides” (The Amplified Bible).

If you are double-minded, the decisions you make are split. You try to live by faith and protect your fear at the same time. You make faith statements like “I believe God is going to heal me.” Then your fear whispers, “But I wouldn’t want to say I’m well just yet.” You’re so busy going back and forth between faith and fear, you can’t make any progress at all.

Kick the habit of hesitation today. Make a solid decision to trust in and act on the Word of God. Settle it forever. Resolve never to entertain doubts again. When doubt comes to your mind, cast it out quickly.

When God speaks, don’t waste a moment. Step right out in faith. That way, you can always keep the devil a step behind you!

Scripture Reading: James 1:1-8

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Biafran Agitators donate cow allegedly named ‘Buhari’ to Nnamdi Kanu

Biafran Agitators donate cow allegedly named ‘Buhari’ to Nnamdi Kanu

Following the May 30th declaration by Biafra agitators as sit-at-home Day in commemoration of the Biafra Independence Day, some members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) claimed to be based in Malaysia but travelled home for the planned Biafra Day have allegedly donated a live cow allegedly named “Buhari” to their leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, to be killed on Biafra Day.

The story seen on an online news medium, The BreakingTimes, said that Mr. Kanu “who has received hundreds of important visitors including high-placed politicians since he was released on bail by an Abuja High Court in April, accepted the gift warmly.”
IPOB members allegedly donate cow allegedly named ‘Buhari’to Nnamdi Kanu
The reports also claimed that the members named the cow before donating it to their leader.

In the photo, two of the claimed IPOB members who donated the cow are seen standing with Nnamdi Kanu while another picture shows them standing beside the said cow.

Recall that Fifty years ago, the Igbo people of southeast Nigeria seceded, declaring an independent Republic of Biafra and sparking a brutal civil war that left about one million people dead. Continue Reading from source