Pregnant Wife Beat To Death By Husband

A FCT High Court in Maitama on Thursday ordered the trial-within-trial in a culpable homicide charge slammed on a 37-year-old, Mathew Ankyoor, who allegedly killed his wife.

Justice Peter Affen, who gave the order, said it was necessary to ascertain the veracity of the statements made by the accused.

Bola Tinubu Warns APC, Buhari Govt Over 2019 Elections

Former Lagos State Governor, Bola Tinubu, has warned the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the President Muhammadu Buhari government “not to fall backward in governance and development” ahead of the 2019 elections.

Tinubu said this in a paper he delivered at the Daily Trust dialogue.

BREAKING NEWS: Islamic Cleric Arrested With Human Organs

 
Men of the Lagos State Police Command on Tuesday arrested an Islamic cleric, Alfa Kayode Abdul-Fatai in Alakuko area of the State over alleged illegal possession of human parts, including a female private organ.

The suspect, who was arrested at No. 4, Okedumola Street, off Obadare area of Alakuko, was said to have also been caught with female heart and a female lap.

Celebrity News: Genevieve Nnaji Eliminate from ‘Avengers’ cast list


Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji who replaced Funke Akindele on cast list of upcoming superhero movie, ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ has been eliminated .

DAILY POST reported that Akindele’s name was published on popular movie review website, IMDB, where it revealed she will act alongside international movie stars, Robert Downey Jr and Chris Hemsworth, in Marvel Studios’ ‘Avengers: Infinity Wars’.

According to IMDB, Akindele was to play a member of the Dora Milaje, a team of women who serve as personal bodyguards of the Black Panther, the spiritual leader of Wakanda. 

However, a check on the official website on Monday showed that Funke’s name has been deleted from the cast list and replaced with Genevieve Nnaji who will be playing same role, Dora Milaje.

However, at the early hours of Tuesday the website eliminate Genevieve too as a cast in the movie.

As of the time of filling this report, both actresses are yet to speak on the development.

Latest Breaking News:Yul Edochie Reveal Running For Nigeria’s President In 2019


Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, has said he may seek election as Nigeria’s president in 2019.

Edochie contested the November 2017 Anambra governorship election on the platform of the Democratic Peoples Congress (DPC).

He ran against 36 other governorship aspirants, including the eventual winner, Willie Obiano.

Poly Ibadan To Begin 2017/18 Academic Session By Jan 8


The authorities of the Polytechnic, Ibadan, said on Saturday said the institution would reopen on January 8 for the 2017/18 academic Session.
The Registrar of the polytechnic, Mr. Hezekiah Fehintola, urged candidates who had been offered admission to log on to the institution’s website to pay the acceptance fee

Police Arrest A Banker For Child Abuse


The image of an 11-year-old housemaid, Precious Nwafor, locked up in the house by her boss who travelled to her village for the Yuletide, reignited the discourse on the increasing abuse of children in the state.

But on Friday, the police broke the news that the boss, a banker, Nkechinyere Nwajagu, has now been apprehended.

Nwajagu told investigators that she is a native of Ajali in Orumba Local Government Area of Anambra State.

Neighbours alerted law enforcement agents when they found the girl locked up in the house all by herself at 12 Baderin Street, Mafoluku, Oshodi area of Lagos.

The child was locked up in a poorly ventilated room without food.

The alert by neighbours prompted the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State Command, Edgal Imohimi, to lead a team to rescue the girl.

At the scene, Imohimi, ordered that the iron bars on the windows be cut open to help extricate the child.

The child, who is from the same state as Nwajagu, said she was brought to work as a housemaid in Lagos with a promise of better life.

The police have handed her over to the Social Welfare Department of the Lagos state Government.

On Friday, Nwajagu was said to have reported herself at the Makinde Police Station, Oshodi. She was detained and later transferred to the Human Rights Section of Lagos State Police Command, Ikeja.

According to the suspect, it was her elder sister, who brought the girl from the village and left her in her care when she travelled home for Christmas.

She said she had no choice but to lock the child in anytime she went to work until she returned at night.

Nwajaguwas subsequently charged to court and arraigned on charges of child abuse and unlawful detention.

Meanwhile, Imohimi has warned against the abuse of children and women in the state. He said the command would keep an eye out for the abuse of vulnerable members of the society and would not hesitate to prosecute culprits.