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VIDEO: SARS Operatives Kill Footballer In Sagamu

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In a viral video shared on the Internet, some SARS officials have allegedly killed a football player in Sagamu area of Ogun State.

The community is presently on fire as a young footballer, identified as Tiamiyu Kazeem alias Kaka, was allegedly chased to his death by some SARS operatives.

It was gathered that Kaka was on his way to Sagamu from Abeokuta after his training when he ran into SARS operatives who labeled him a yahoo boy and started chasing him.

Eyewitnesses claimed that the officers shot at his car tyre which made it somersault. On seeing what had happened, the officials ran away, leaving Kaka to his fate.

The footballer was later rushed to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Residents have taken to the streets to protest the murder of the youngster who once played for the Remo Football club.

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Happening Now: Chaos as #SARS officials kill footballer in #Sagamu . . #Sagamu is presently on fire in #OgunState, as a young footballer, identified as Tiamiyu Kazeem alias #Kaka, was allegedly chased to his death by some SARS operatives. . . It was gathered that Kaka was on his way to Sagamu from #Abeokuta after his training, when he ran into SARS operatives who labeled him a yahoo boy and started chasing him. . . Eyewitnesses claimed that the officers shot at his car tyre which made it somersault. On seeing what had happened, the officials ran away, leaving Kaka to his fate. . . The footballer was later rushed to Fakoya Hospital, Sagamu, where he was pronounced dead. Residents have now taken to the streets to protest the murder of the youngster who once played for the #Remo Football club.

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Ghanaian Man Pours Hot Water On His Breastfeeding Wife’s Breast In Enugu [PHOTOS]

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A Ghanaian man, Emmanuel Opoku, has been arrested by men of the Enugu state police command for allegedly pouring hot water on the breasts of his nursing wife.

A women-based non-profit organization, WomenAids Collective WACOL who shared the sad story online, said the nursing mother with a three-month-old baby, was allegedly assaulted by Opoku after she asked him for money to purchase some food items.

The group said Mr Opoku has been arrested and will be charged to court on Monday, July 14 while the battered wife has been taken to the hospital where she is receiving medical attention.

On the 9th day of July 2020, a good Samaritan reported to WACOL that one Mr. Emmanuel Opoku, a Ghanaian who lives in Nigeria has been torturing and abusing his wife Mrs. K.

WACOL quickly reached out to the victim who is a mother of two boys.
The victim narrated to WACOL that Mr. Emmanuel Opoku was in the habit of physically and verbally abusing her, denying her and the children necessities and always torturing her unprovoked.

The recent incident happened when she asked him for money to prepare food for the family, he blatantly refused and while she was making pap for the 3 months old baby, he proceeded to pour the hot water on her breast.
Mrs. K has been in excruciating pain, she stated that whenever she tries to breastfeed the baby her breast will start bleeding profusely.
After her counselling session with the WACOL legal team, a complaint was filed and the team forwarded a petition to the Police Area Commander to investigate the matter and ensure the arrest of Mr. Emmanuel Opoku.

On receipt of the petition, the Area Commander promptly issued a warrant of arrest against the perpetrator.

The arrest has been effected and Mr. Emmanuel Opoku is now in police custody and will be charged to court on Monday. WACOL also took Mrs. K.to the hospital where she is currently receiving medical treatment.

Prof Joy Ngozi Ezeilo expressed her gratitude to the police for their prompt response in the case and stated that WACOL will follow through as usual to ensure that justice is manifestly seen to be done.

WACOL hereby, pleads with Nigerians to report any suspected case of violence against women and children.
Together we will end the impunity of violence against women and girls that is raging our society today.

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I Impregnated My Daughter Thrice, Presented Her For Abortion As Girlfriend — Evangelist

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A senior evangelist has been arrested by the Police in Ogun state for allegedly impregnating his daughter thrice and presenting her for abortions as his girlfriend.

The 44-year-old Oluwafemi Oyebola is a senior evangelist of Christ Apostolic Church, Ogo-Oluwa, Idi-Iroko and was arrested for engaging in incest with his daughter and repeatedly impregnated her.

Oyebola claims it was due to a spell on him from the devil that made him impregnate his 24-year-old daughter.

He disclosed that his wife who died in 2016, left him behind with three children; two daughters and one son. The other two children are 21-year-old which is his second child and the last born, 17-year-old.

He claims the other two children are aware of the incident.

Recounting, he said it started in December 2017 and January 2018 after which she informed him she was pregnant.

He said;

That got me scared and I took her to the general hospital in Idi-Iroko for an abortion. I paid N1,000. I presented her to the nurse as my girlfriend. In June 2018, the second sexual encounter happened and I took her to the same nurse for another abortion. At the time, the nurse confided in me that she was very fertile. I asked what I could do, and she gave me something (a contraceptive) for her but I didn’t know it was for family planning. A week after aborting the second pregnancy, she complained about a stomach ache.

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Nigerian Lady Warns Ladies Against Going Abroad, Says Not Even Satan Should Experience What She Saw

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The Nigerian lady, Arowolo Olamide Temitope who was notably prevented from boarding an evacuation flight to Nigeria by the Lebanese airport management after receiving orders from her employer in Lebanon, has finally arrived Nigeria.

The 31-year-old was among 19 other victims who were received by officials of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) and the House of Representatives Committee on Diaspora Affairs at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport In Abuja, yesterday.

Temitope on her arrival, narrated her ordeal while in Lebanon to reporters, warning young Nigerian girls against travelling abroad.

A video of her had earlier circulated on the internet regarding the violation of her human rights in Lebanon.

In the viral video she was beaten by Mahmoud Zahran, the husband of her employer, Feyzeh Diab, on April 25, at their home in Choueifat, South of Beirut, after accusing her of stealing a phone.

During her narration, she revealed she received continuous instances of emotional, physical and sexual assault she recieved from Zahran and Diab.

Following the viral video, the Federal Government demanded the Lebanese authorities to bring her back to Nigeria.

Temitope who described Lebanon as ‘hell’ while speaking to journalists at the Abuja airport said, “I’m happy being home. Going to Lebanon is like (going to) a hell. Nobody knows that will happen there.”

“I advise other girls to stay here in Nigeria and try to make it the way the Lord puts them through, because going outside there was like a hell, not only in Lebanon. What I experienced in Lebanon, I pray even not for Satan to experience it.”

The Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Diaspora, Rep. Tolulope Akande-Sadipe (APC-Oyo) described Temitope’s return as “a dream come true.”

“Today, Temitope is back home, unfortunately, I will not allow her show her face, the whole issue has not come to an end we really want to understand what happened in court back in Lebanon.”

“We are happy, she is happy to be back home. I hope this will be a sign to other young girls out there who want to go abroad for greener pastures to ensure that the circumstances they are going into are the expectations they have when they signed up for these agents,” she said.

Arowolo’s employer had accused her of stealing $5,000 and attempting to kill him.

Her prosecution in court had been stalled as the accusers failed to show up, while she was granted bail.

The committee had, however, said it was established that Arowolo suffered abuse and sexual harassment from the husband of her employer, Mahmoud Zahran, during her sojourn in Lebanon.

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