Tenant Docked For Allegedly Whipping Her Landlord, Wife

    A 30-year-old woman, Temitope Adedeji, was on Thursday docked in an Iyaganku Magistrates’ Court, Ibadan for allegedly whipping her landlord and his wife. Adedeji, whose residential address was not provided is charged with assault and conduct likely to cause breach of peace. The Prosecution Counsel, Mr Phillip Amusan, told the court that the defendant allegedly committed the offence on Tuesday at about 6. 40 p.m, at Ajinde Area Ire-Akari, Ibadan. Amusan alleged that Adedeji assaulted Dasola and her husband Olumuyiwa Balogun by flogging them. Amusan also alleged that the defendant, who is a tenant, living in the complainant’s

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Unknown Gunmen Kidnap Anglican Priest, Wife, Children

    Unknown gunmen have reportedly kidnapped an Anglican priest, Rev Agbadamashi Emmanuel, his wife and children. The incident occurred along the East-West road by Evwreni junction on Friday, October 6. It was gathered that the cleric and his family were travelling from Ughelli to Uwheru community, in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State, when they were abducted. As of the time of this report, the cleric and his family are still in captivity. The Public Relations Officer of the Anglican Communion, Ughelli Diocese, Hon Justice Iyasere, confirmed the report. He, however, could not confirm if the kidnappers

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Senator, Wife, 2 Children killed in plane crash

A state Senator from North Dakota, his wife and their two young children died when the small plane they were traveling in crashed soon after a refueling stop in Utah, a Senate leader said Monday. Senator Doug Larsen’s death was confirmed Monday in an email that Republican Senate Majority Leader David Hogue sent to his fellow senators and was obtained by The Associated Press. The plane crashed Sunday evening shortly after taking off from Canyonlands Airfield about 15 miles (24 kilometers) north of the desert recreation town of Moab, according to a Grand County Sheriff’s Department statement posted on Facebook.

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BREAKING: Charles III, Wife, crowned King, Queen at Westminster Abbey

Charles III and Camilla are crowned King and Queen in a ceremony full of music and symbolism inside Westminster Abbey. Wearing his grandfather's crimson velvet robe, King Charles took an oath, was anointed with holy oil, before the St Edward's Crown was placed on his head. Camilla, the Queen Consort, was crowned with Queen Mary's Crown in a similar ceremony moments later. About 2,200 people, including the Royal Family, celebrities, faith leaders and heads of state, are inside the Abbey to witness the event. The royal couple arrived for the service in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach after a procession

BREAKING: Ekweremadu, wife, Obinna go to jail for organ trafficking plot

A wealthy Nigerian politician, his wife and their "middleman" have been jailed for an organ-trafficking plot, after bringing a man to the UK from Lagos. Senator Ike Ekweremadu, 60, and his wife Beatrice, 56, wanted the organ for their 25-year-old daughter Sonia, the couple's trial at the Old Bailey heard. The pair and and Dr Obinna Obeta, 50, were convicted previously of conspiring to exploit the man for his kidney. It is said to be the first such case under modern slavery laws. Ike Ekweremadu, who was described by the judge as the "driving force throughout", was sentenced to nine

Abia-bound husband, wife, son die in Ondo crash

A man, identified simply as Baba Dara, his wife and his son, have lost their lives in a crash around Village 49, close to the Onipetesi end of the Sagamu Ore Expressway in Ondo State. PUNCH Metro gathered that Baba Dara while, conveying his family members in a Sienna bus on Wednesday, was leading two other drivers driving separate vehicles to Abia State for a burial. While en route to the destination, it was learnt that Baba Dara, who was in front of the other drivers, suddenly attempted to stop to avoid a pothole around Village 49, close to the

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Ondo man found unconscious in room, wife, baby die

The Ondo State Police Command on Saturday said it began an investigation into the cause of death of a woman and her baby in Owo community, the headquarters of Owo Local Government Area of the state. It was gathered that the 29-year-old woman, identified as Tawa, and her husband were found unconscious while their five months old baby was already dead in the room on Friday. The family was said to have gone to bed hale and hearty on Thursday. A source said the couple bought a new generator a few days earlier and it was running on Thursday evening

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How Akeredolu’s government of father, wife, and son has emptied Ondo State’s treasury

By Kennedy Ikantu Peretei The recent appointment of Babajide Akeredolu, a biological son of Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, SAN as the Director-General of Performance and Project Implementation Monitoring Unit (PPMIU) is a flagrant abuse of office and affront on the people of Ondo State. The name Babajide Akeredolu became known in Ondo state when the State's funds were used to procure a marriage for him in Colorado, the USA after the same marriage was consummated in Owo, his father's birthplace. He has since assumed authority as part of the triad of the reign of father, wife, and son. The

Court Acquits, Discharges El-Zakzaky, Wife, Orders Immediate Release

Justice Gideon Kurada of the Kaduna State High Court has acquitted and discharged the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Sheikh Ibraheem El- Zakzaky and his wife, Zeenat Ibrahim who have been standing trial in the court for the past four years. In a judgement delivered on Wednesday, Justice Kurada said the case was not shown nor proven by the prosecutor. El-Zakzaky and his wife, Zeenat, are standing trial on eight counts bordering on alleged culpable homicide, unlawful assembly, disruption of public peace, among others. The defendants had pleaded not guilty to the charges preferred against them. The

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