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Police Nab Alleged Madman Who Killed Two Pupils In Ogun

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About 48 hours after two pupils of St. Johns’ Anglican Primary School in Agodo, Ogun waterside area of Ogun State were hacked to death, Police in the State, Wednesday, arrested the suspected killer of the pupils, Lekan Adebisi.

ORIENTAL TIMES learnt that youths and hunters in the community had launched a manhunt on Adebisi since Monday when he gruesomely murdered the pupils during their lunch break time.

Their efforts, it was gathered, paid off in the early hours of Wednesday when the youths reportedly sighted him while attempting to flee the community around J4 but chased him to a nearby bus where he was arrested.

A source connected with the arrest told our correspondent that the angry youths pounced on him and was nearly killed when one of them invited the police to the scene.

He was subsequently taken to the nearby police station where people of the community thronged the scene in droves to catch a glimpse of him before he was transported to the police headquarters in Eleweran, Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.

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The suspect broke into the compound of the school on Monday killing the duo of Mubarak Kalesowo and Sunday Obituyi who are four year old each.

Although, the suspect was said to be mentally deranged, but a closer look at the bodies of the deceased showed that one of the hands of a deceased was chopped off while the other’s chin skin was missing.

Confirming the arrest, the State Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Abimbola Oyeyemi said the arrest was led by the Assistance Commissioner of Police, Makinde Kayode.

He said the suspect had to be shot before he was finally arrested as he was seen brandishing machete to prevent arrest and escape from the scene.

Oyeyemi who revealed that the suspect has been taken to hospital for medical attention said the police had earlier engaged the service of local hunters to help the police in the search.

Oyeyemi said, “The suspect who murdered two school pupils at Agodo in Ogun waterside on Monday 12th of March 2018 has been arrested.

“He was arrested in the early hour of today by the combine efforts of the policeman attached to Ogbere area command led by ACP Makinde Kayode and the local hunters.

“The commissioner of police CP Ahmed Iliyasu who was so furious about the incident gave a matching order to the Area commander Ogbere and DPO Abigi Division to fish out the murdered within the shortest possible time.

“In compliance with the CP order, the area commander mobilized policemen and local hunters for the manhunt of the suspect. Their efforts paid off in the early hour of today when the suspect was seen in a bush around the community.

“While they wanted to arrest him, the suspect who was brandishing a sharp cutlass attached them consequence upon which he was shot and injured on the leg. He has been taken to hospital for medical treatment.”

According to him, the commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu had directed that the case be transferred to Homicide section of state criminal investigation and intelligence department for proper investigation.

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    March 14, 2018 at 10:13 pm

    Alleged Madman Indeed , Terrorist

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44 Visa Free Countries Nigerian Passport Holders Can Visit 2019

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Are you a Nigerian citizen looking to explore the world but you are worried about travel restrictions and visa issues. Then you would be glad to realize that there are some countries Nigerians can visit without any visa requirement.

If you are a Nigerian passport holder, you can pay a visit to any of the 44 visa free countries listed below without the need to obtain a visa to gain entry to the countries listed below.

Many of these countries allow tourist entry and offer visa on arrival while other allow the visitor stay for a specified number of days or months before a visa will be required. Other countries may not require a visa regardless of how long you stay.

Below are the full list of visa free countries for Nigerians:

1. BARBADOS:
Location – Caribbean Region

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(Visa free for 6 months)

Located in the western area of the North Atlantic and about 100 kilometres east of the Caribbean Sea and the Windward Island. A visit to Barbados by Nigerians allows you a stay for six months without a visa. Barbados is rich in history and has some of the best beaches and sea foods.

You will only be required to provide a E-passport, return ticket and proof of sufficient funds to gain entry into the country. The visa free stay is only valid for a period of 6 months.

2. BANGLADESH:
Location – Asia

(Visa on arrival, 30 days permit)

Renowned as one of the world’s most populated country, Bangladesh offers a 30 days permit for Nigerians to stay in the country. You will be required to provide $500 worth proof of funds and return ticket. Enjoy the best Bangladesh’s cuisine and visit the port city of Chittagong for an amazing experience.

3. BURKINA FASO:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free)

The country also plays host to International Arts and Crafts Fair, Ouagadougou which is regarded as one of the most important African handicraft fair.

Burkina Faso is visa For Nigerian who would love to stay as long as they like. The Country is boasts of a gold reserves and is rich in music and art like the drumming culture.

4. BENIN REPUBLIC:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free for 3 months)

As a Nigerian passport holder, you can visit Benin Republic and stay for 3 months without a visa. A country located close to Nigeria,there are a number of tourist attractions in the country that may interest you like the nominated UNESCO World Heritage site named Pendjari National Park.

5. BURUNDI:
Location – East Africa

(Visa free for 30 days)

Nigerians are allowed a visit to Burundi for 30 days without a visa requirement. The country is known for its craft works that serve as a great gift option for tourists. From shields, baskets and masks to statues and pottery. An important part of the culture in Burundi is drumming, the Royal Drummers of Burundi have been performing for 40 years. The oral tradition of the country through poetry, storytelling and songs is also something worth enjoying.

6. CHAD:
Location – Central Africa

(Visa free for 3 months)

Chad offers a 3 month visa free stay for Nigerians. All you need to do is provide a return ticket that shows you do not plan to stay in the country permanently. You can visit the Chad National Museum,

Chad Cultural Centre to get a feel of the rich cultural heritage of the Chadian people.

7. CAMEROON:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free for 90 days)

Enjoy a great time in Cameroon as entry is visa free for Nigerians. Check out the National Museum & Mvog-Betsi Zoo in Yaounde or the La Pagode Maritime Museum in Douala. There are a number of wildlife species ranging from lions and antelopes to snakes and birds, you will find at any of the parks.

8. COTE D’IVOIRE:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free)

A visa free stay in Cote d’ivoire formerly known as Ivory Coast is worth it as there several points of interests and tourist attractions you can visit during your stay. The beach resorts of Assinie, the Parc National de Tai, valleys of Man and the artsy Grand Bassam are some of the breathtaking tourist attractions you can see in Cote d’ivoire. You may also enjoy the lagoon boat tour or visit the open markets in Treichville or Cocody.

9. COMOROS:
Location – East Africa

(Visa on arrival)

You can travel to Comoros without a visa but you can get the visa on arrival for $50. Comoros Island is made up of four developed islands with white sandy beaches, giant fruit bats, volcanoes, and rainforests. Enjoy one of the best adventures on Comoros Island and make memories of a lifetime.

10. CAPE VERDE:
Location – West Africa

(Visa on arrival)

A visa will not be required by Nigerian citizen upon entry to Cape Verde, provided you can prove to the immigration officials you do not plan to stay permanently in the country. You will be required to provide a return ticket, as well as proof of funds.

11. CAMBODIA:
Location – Southeast Asia

(Visa on arrival for a period of 30 days)

This country allows Nigerians entry with a 30 day visa on arrival at the port of entry. The country is well known for its beautiful beaches and ancient temple cities. You may visit during the annual Water Festival in November.

12. DOMINICA:
Location – Caribbean Region

(Visa free for 21 days)

13. DJIBOUTI:
Location – East Africa

(Visa on arrival)

14. FIJI:
Location – South Pacific Ocean

(Visa free for 4 months)

15. GHANA:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free)

16. GUINEA:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free)

17. GUINEA BISSAU:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free for 90 days)

18. THE GAMBIA:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free for 90 days)

19. HAITI:
Location – Caribbean

(Visa free for 3 months)

20. IRAN:
Location – Middle East

(Visa on arrival)

21. KENYA:
Location – East Africa

(Visa on arrival for 90 days)

22. LIBERIA:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free)

23. MALI:
Location – SahelF

(Visa free)

24. MADAGASCAR:
Location – East Africa

(Visa on arrival for 90 days)

25. MAURITIUS:
Location – East Africa

(Visa free for 90 days)

26. MICRONESIA:
Location – Oceania

(Visa free for 30 days)

27. MALDIVES:
Location – South Asia

(30 days visa free)

28. MAURITANIA:
Location – West Africa

(Visa on arrival)

29. MOZAMBIQUE:
Location – Southern Africa

(Visa free for 30 days)

30. NIGER REPUBLIC:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free)

31. NAURU:
Location – Oceania

(Visa on arrival)

32. PALAU:
Location – Oceania

(Visa on arrival for 90 days)

33. SENEGAL:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free)

34. SAMOA:
Location – Oceania

(60 days entry permit on arrival)

35. SOMALIA:
Location – East Africa

(Visa on arrival)

36. SEYCHELLES:
Location – East Africa

(1 month visitor’s permit on arrival)

37. SRI LANKA:
Location – South Asia

(Electronic travel authorization)

38. SIERRA LEONE:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free)

39. TOGO:
Location – West Africa

(Visa free)

40. TANZANIA:
Location – East Africa

(Visa on arrival)

41. TUVALU:
Location – Oceania

(30 days visa on arrival)

42. TIMOR LESTE:
Location – Southeast Asia

(Visa on arrival for 30 days)

43. UGANDA:
Location – East Africa

(Visa on arrival)

44. VANUATU:
Location – Oceania

(Visa free for 30 days)

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How Nigerian Men Are Being Used As S£x Toys By Rich Ladies In South Korea — Man Reveals

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A man identified on twitter as @Poshfelly has taken to the micro-blogging site to allege that Nigerian men are being used as s£x toys by rich ladies in South Korea.

According to him, two Nigerian returnees from South Korea, who were heavily paid for their services, revealed this to him.

Read what he wrote below:

“Abroad hustle adirokwa easy oo, if you see most of our guys coming back from South Korea meelu faa ebele, those guys are being used as s.ex machine for most rich Korean ladies. This is no joke igaa aragide ?t? kwetee and they pay them handsomely 2 returnees gave me this gist.”

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Man Goes Berserk, Kills Three In Imo Community

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Hell was let loose on Thursday in Imo State, when a man, identified as Chigozie Alagbaoso, alias “Kpakas Chigozie” ran amok, armed with a sharp dagger and axe, threatening to kill anybody at sight.

The incident which took place at Umuduru Ubahohie Nnempi Autonomous community in Oru West council area of Imo State, made people living in the village to scamper for safety in different directions.

Unfortunately, a four-year-old boy, Daniel Oleka and two other persons, including a vigilante operative who live within the same vicinity could not escape before the man pounced on them and cut them severally on the heads and necks before they died on the spot.

Eyewitnesses told The Nation that Chigozie, 29, who was a phone accessories dealer in Onitsha, also left seven other persons severely wounded with one of the victims having one of her breasts gruesomely chopped off from her chest and another deep cut on her leg.

The assailant’s grandfather, Mr. Kpakas Alagbaoso, was left half dead as his bald head was ripped open by the assailant using both a cutlass and an axe to cut anyone at sight.

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He was also said to have charged at a woman, Mrs Chikaodi Uzoma and as she was missed, her three children were mercilessly cut all over their bodies, while one Mrs Regina Orisa, got a cut on the skull.

He was however over-powered and set ablaze by angry youths.

It was learnt that all the victims were currently lying critically ill and unconscious at Bex Memorial Hospital, Nnempi.

The Nation further gathered that since he returned home from Onitsha, he had been telling everyone that he wanted to own a ‘Jeep and big house’.

One of the family sources said, “On one occasion, Chigozie jumped into the well filled with water and came out on his own. When we asked him the reason for all his actions later, he complained that he was being remoted.

“We are suspecting that Kpakas Chigozie must have been under a serious spell to make him commit this kind of atrocious act.

“He was an Onitsha based phone and accessories dealer who abandoned his business and came back home. Since then, he has been behaving like a mad man.

“But, his insanity escalated early this morning when we woke up only to discover that Chigozie Alagbaoso, had as early as 5am, slaughtered one Daniel Oleka, who io four years old, and two security men.

“He also attacked other people including children and gave them mortal injuries. They are all lying critical at the hospital”.

One of the victims, Mrs. Regina Orisa said, “Chigozie had upon returning home three months ago in October, confided in me that he wanted to buy a jeep and own a big house and all that comfort. He was in a hurry to get everything”.

When contacted, the medical director of the hospital, Dr Emeka Okafor, told our correspondent that his medical team was doing everything possible to save the victims.

He revealed that the said victims were critically injured, stating that it would take God’s grace to make them stable.

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