18-year-old wife stabs husband to death over marathon of sxx

18-year-old wife stabs husband to death over marathon of sxx

An 18-year-old wife, Salman Hassan, from Itas Gadau Local Government Area of Bauchi State, has been arrested by the Bauchi Police Command for allegedly stabbing her husband, Mohammed Mustapha to death while trying to have sxx with her. Hassan, while being paraded at the Police Command headquarters, Bauchi, the state capital on Thursday said she stabbed her husband on the chest because he insisted on sleeping with her on a fateful night. In her confessional statement at the Police Headquarters, she said “I did not really mean to kill my…

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Federal Government declares Monday and Tuesday as public holidays

BREAKING: Buhari presides over security council meeting

The Federal Government has declared Monday and Tuesday as public holidays to mark Eldi Fitri Celebration. The Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, made the declaration on behalf of the Federal Government in Abuja. Aregbesola congratulated all Muslim faithful for the successful completion of the Ramadan fast. A statement by the Director of Press in the Ministry, Mohammed Manga, quoted Aregbesola as calling on Muslim faithful to replicate the life of kindness, love, tolerance, peace and good neighborliness as exemplified by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon Him). The…

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Nigerian Troops cries out for help after they were disarmed and killed by Boko Haram (Video)

Nigerian Troops cries for help after they were disarmed and killed by Boko Haram (Video)

Twelve Nigerian soldiers were killed in an ambush by terror group Boko Haram, an official has said. Three Boko Haram fighters were also killed in the ambush, the official said. The Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, John Enenche, said these in a statement on Wednesday, according to the News Agency of Nigeria. Twelve soldiers have been killed in a Boko Haram attack on a military outpost in Niger’s Diffa region, the scene of recent clashes with armed fighters. The attack by “Boko Haram terrorists” overnight on Monday on the Blabrine military base left another 10 soldiers wounded, Niger’s defence ministry said in a…

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Schools, Churches and Mosques to reopen in June – FG

FG declares fresh two weeks lockdown, see the affected states

The Presidential Task Force and Secretary to the Government of the Federation and Chairman,, Boss Mustapha has revealed the Federal Government intention to reopen schools, churches and mosques by June 1st, 2020 after the second phase of a 14-day lockdown and urged the general public to comply with the Government’s directive on containing the spread of the virus. This was revealed in a recent meeting of COVID-19 daily briefing held in Abuja as Boss Mustapha said schools, economic activities and religious activities will be declared open by June 1st 2020…

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Just In: Galadima of Kazaure is dead, Buhari mourns

#ArrestBuhari trend as popular Islamic Cleric attacks President Buhari over Boko Haram

The Galadima of Kazaure, Alhaji Muhammad Tukur Adamu is dead, as president Muhammadu Buhari condole with the family and the state people. Adamu was the Galadima of the Kazaure Emirate in Jigawa State. Reacting to his demise on Thursday, President Muhammadu Buhari condoled with the People of the state, expressing sadness over the development. Mr Buhari commiserated with family members of the deceased, his community and associates, praying that the almighty God will comfort them, and grant fortitude to bear the loss. In a statement sent to POLITICS NIGERIA, signed…

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19-year-old boy impregnates mother during COVID-19 lockdown in Delta

19-year-old boy impregnates mother during COVID-19 lockdown in Delta

Residents of Asaba, Delta State were left bewildered after a 19-year-old boy allegedly impregnated his mother while testing his love charm. According to reports gathered, the boy, popularly called Ekenem had gone to a native doctor, who prepared a love charm for him to use on his mother and one of the matrons in the college where he is a boarding student. It was gathered that the husband of the woman, who has been away for some time outside his Port Harcourt operational base, denied being responsible for the pregnancy…

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Kano Islamic leaders kick against opening of Mosques as FG sets to ease lockdown nationwide

Kano Islamic leaders kick against opening of Mosques as FG sets to ease lockdown nationwide

The Highest Islamic decision body in Kano state, the Council of Illamas, has kicked against the decision of the Kano state governor, Umar Ganduje, to lift the ban against religious gatherings in the state. The state governor, Umar Ganduje, on Tuesday May 19, approved the opening of worship centers across the state with an instruction that all COVID-19 precautionary measures must be adhered to by worshippers. A statement from the state government said the decision was reached after a stakeholder’s meeting with religious leaders, medical practitioners, and others. However in a…

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Just In: Lagos doctors begin indefinite sit-at-home

Just In: Lagos doctors begin indefinite sit-at-home

The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Lagos State Chapter, has directed its members to immediately proceed on an indefinite sit-at-home protest, starting from 6.00 p.m on Wednesday. The association gave the directive in a joint statement by its Chairman, Dr. Saliu Oseni, and Secretary, Dr. Ramon Moronkola. However, the NMA National President Dr. Francis Faduyile, said: “I am not aware of a strike, but I am aware of a sit-at-home. A strike means there is an industrial dispute. However, a sit-at-home came to be because the Police have said that it…

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NCDC Issues Strong Warning To Raymond Dokpesi

NCDC Issues Strong Warning To Raymond Dokpesi

Chikwe Iheakweazu, the Director-General of the National Center for Disease Control has issued a strong warning to Raymond Dokpesi after he claimed that NCDC used malaria drug to treat COVID-19. This comes after the chairman of DAAR communications, Raymond Dokpesi who was discharged from an Isolation center in Abuja on Thursday May 14, asked what the differences were because according to him, all the drugs given to him at the Isolation center were anti-malaria drugs. Dokpesi while speaking to newsmen after his discharged said ”I still have doubts in my…

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BREAKING: Court finally sentences Ese Oruru’s abductor to 26 years in prison

BREAKING: Court finally sentences Ese Oruru’s abductor to 26 years in prison

The Federal High Court sitting in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, has delivered the long-awaited judgment on Ese Oruru, a teenager reportedly abducted, taken to Kano State and forced into marriage by one Yinusa Dahiru. The court presided over by Justice Jane Inyang sentenced Dahiru to 26 years in prison. Jane acquitted Dahiru on Count one but jailed him five years (count two), seven years (count three) seven years (count four), and seven years, count five. The sentences, according to the judge. would run concurrently. Details shortly…

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