Wednesday, March 26, 2014

FRESH IBADAN HORROR: ‘Madman’ Caught With Human Tongue, Weapons


IBADAN— Barely four days after the discovery of mysterious forest where over 19 human skulls were found in Ibadan, another horror was discovered in the ancient city, yesterday.

A man, who feigned lunacy, was allegedly caught with human tongue, gun and cutlass around the popular Ring Road area of the city.

Court Sentences Man to Death for Stealing N5,000

A motor loader, otherwise known as “Agbero” has been sentenced to death by hanging having been found guilty of robbing his victims of total sum of N5,520, two handsets while armed with cutlass when his gang broke into their apparments.

The 31-year-old convict, Emeka Nweke said to be the only son of the parent was Wednesday sentenced to death by an Asaba high court, which agreed that prosecution proved its case beyond reasonable doubt.

19 Year Old Student in Prison Custody over Rape of 3 Year Old Girl

Abuja – An Abuja Senior Magistrates’ Court in Karu, FCT on Wedneday, ordered that a student, Fidelis Ojor, 19, be remanded in Keffi Prison, pending ruling in a bail application.

Ojor is arraigned for attempted rape of a minor.

Senior Magistrate, Anna Akobi, fixed the date after hearing an oral bail application by the counsel to the accused, Mr Sunny Egbaji.

Bayern to partially close stadium against M’United – UEFA


Bayern Munich have been ordered to close part of their stadium, the Allianz Arena, for their UEFA Champions League match at home to Manchester United next month.

UEFA, Europe’s football governing body, said on Monday the order was as a result of the “discriminatory behaviour” by their supporters.

Diezani jet scandal: Reps uncover second aircraft


Fresh revelations indicated on Tuesday that Petroleum Minister, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, maintained a second jet. The jet, a Global Express XRS plane, is allegedly chartered specifically for her private and official trips overseas.

Intercontinental Bank: Shareholders sue Sanusi for N10bn


Shareholders of the defunct Intercontinental Bank Plc have asked an Abuja Federal High Court to order the suspended Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Mr. Lamido Sanusi, to pay them N10bn as damages over what they described as the fraudulent banking and investment practices and breaches involved in the sale of the bank.

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