Man nabbed while trying to rape a new mom in Abuja

  • A man met his Waterloo, this morning, 7th February 2019, in Gwarinpa, Abuja, after breaking into a woman’s house.
    The suspected burglar, who claims he is from Delta State, was said to be trying to rape the lady who just gave birth some weeks ago, when he was caught. He has since been handed over to the police.
     
    Source: Instablog9ja

 

2-year-old girl brutalized for not being able to count 1 to 200 in Ondo State

A Nigerian man has taken to his Facebook page to share the photos of a little girl who was brutalized by her mother just because she can’t count.

According to one Tope Boyede, the little girl got the injury you see on her face in pictures below, after her own mother used a turning stick to hit her for not being able to count from 1 to 200.

Mr. Tope revealed that the incident occurred in his compound and it has been going on for a while but he didn’t take any action. He felt this was the height of it and so something has to be done.

Sharing photos of the little girl, he wrote,

This little girl of two and half years did not fall or hit by a motorcycle, but she was brutally beaten by her mother with orogun (stick for turning Amala or Gari) for not been able to count 1 to 200 ,this happened in my compound this evening, I didn’t do or send it online because of this, but it has been happening repeatedly and I can’t take it no more, Good people of Nigeria, help me to rebroadcast this until it get to an NGOs, I want this woman to be dealt with for treating her daughter like this for cry out loud, in case any NGOs want to get in touch with me for the arrest of this woman, this is my contact 07031312213. Pls Awon abiyamo tooto e dide Ki e gba Omo Yi lowo Obinrin ika yi

See photos below,

2-year-old girl brutalized

2-year-old girl brutalized

Security guard rapes CCC prophetess in Ondo.

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A security guard, Longbab Bouguen, has been arrested over the rape of a prophetess of a Celestial Church of Christ around Agbogbo area of Akure, Ondo state.

Speaking on the arrest, the State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr Femi Joseph, said the victim, who was returning home around 8:30 pm, was dragged into the bush by Bouguen.

Joseph said: “One Prophetess reported that a security guard, Longbab Bouguen, suddenly dragged her to a secluded area and forcefully tore her panties to have sexual intercourse with her through the anus.

The suspect threatened the victim by brandishing a cutlass and knife and also dispossessed her of the sum of N700.”

Confessing to the crime, 39-year-old Bouguen attributed the crime to the handiwork of devil, saying he could not explain what came over him before raping the woman.

He said, though he did not penetrate into the woman, he ejaculated before releasing her to go after collecting the sum of N700.

Source: Instablog9ja

Landlady’s son flees after raping tenant’s 5-year-old daughter, through the anus and vagina

A 23-year-old guy identified as Sunkanmi Akinsero, is currently on the run as he has been declared wanted by the Ikotun Police Division in Lagos, for defiling a 5-year-old girl through the anus and vagina.

According to a report obtained by PMexpress, the incident occurred at No. 47 Erede Street, Ekerube in Abaranje area of Ikotun.

It was gathered that the suspect, who is the son of the landlady, lured the victim into his apartment, pulled her pant and raped her.

According to the father of the victim, Sunkanmi warned the girl not to tell her parents or he would kill her. However, while having her bath, the victim did not allow her mother to touch her private part because of the pains.

Landlady’s son flees

A check later revealed that she had been deflowered and her anus was also penetrated. It was then she revealed that the suspect defiled her.

The matter was reported to the police and since then the suspect has gone into hiding. The matter later turned into a threat to the family of the victim, as the landlady and her children told them they had to let go as mere tenants.

According to the father of victim, since the incident happened, his life and that of his family have been under threat and they had to flee from their house for safety.

Source: yabaleftonline.ng

Police men kill a bus driver for refusing to give #100 bribe at Port Harcourt

A facebook user identified as Ezebunwo Ichemati posted on his page, the video of Police officers who shot a bus driver for refusing to give a #100 bribe at at AGIP junction, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

It was alleged that police men stationed at the Agip flyover shot a bus driver for refusing to pay a bribe of 100 Naira. After shooting him, the police team also fled the scene leaving the corpse behind.

From the video, police patrol van was seen at the scene putting the corpse in the van possibly to be deposited in the mortuary. The Police officers were also seen shooting in the air to scare away crowd from the scene.

An Ikeja High Court on Wednesday sentenced to death Saheed Arogundade, Chairman, National Union of Road Transport Workers, Boundary/Aiyetoro Unit, Lagos State, for the murder of a 32-year-old policeman, Gbenga Oladipupo.

An Ikeja High Court on Wednesday sentenced to death Saheed Arogundade, Chairman, National Union of Road Transport Workers, Boundary/Aiyetoro Unit, Lagos State, for the murder of a 32-year-old policeman, Gbenga Oladipupo.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Justice Olabisi Akinlade discharged and acquitted Arogundade’s five co-defendants – Mustapha Layeni, Adebayo Abdullahi, Seyi Pabiekun, Sikiru Rufai and Yusuf Arogundade — of two counts of conspiracy to commit murder and murder.

In a three-hour judgment which started at 2.35p.m., the judge held that the prosecution was able to prove beyond reasonable doubt that Arogundade murdered the policeman.

Before delivering the judgment, for security reasons and to avoid disruption of proceedings, the judge ordered that the courtroom be locked and the keys kept in her possession.

“The prosecution has been able to prove beyond reasonable doubt, the ingredients of conspiracy to commit murder and murder against the first defendant (convict).

“I therefore pronounce the first defendant guilty as charged on the counts of conspiracy to commit murder and murder.

“I hereby pronounce the sentence of the court upon you Saheed Arogundade – that you be hanged from the neck until you are dead. May God have mercy upon your soul,” Akinlade said.

On hearing the sentence, Arogundade collapsed in the dock while his relatives wailed in the courtroom gallery.

According to the prosecution led by Mrs. C. Rotimi-Odutola, the convict committed the offences on April 10, 2010, at Gbara Junction, Aiyetoro, Ajegunle, Lagos.

“The deceased was on a commercial motorcycle to visit his mother, Mrs. Mojisola Martins, in her home on Olayinka Street, Ajegunle, when they were ambushed and attacked by four men at Gbara Junction.

“Oladipupo was held down by three men and the convict stabbed him multiple times before fleeing with his accomplices.

“The deceased, who was gravely injured, was taken to a hospital at Opaleye Junction in Ajegunle where he passed away,” the prosecutor said.

According to her, Oladipupo was murdered because he purportedly encouraged the use of commercial tricycles in Aiyetoro, causing loss of income for the NURTW unit.

The offences contravene Sections 234 and 316 of the Penal Code Law, 2003.

 NAN reports that eight witnesses testified for the prosecution against the convict, including Ismaila Lukman, the commercial motorcyclist who was transporting the deceased to his mother’s residence when they were ambushed.

The deceased’s mother, Mrs. Mojisola Martins, also testified.

The Lagos State Chief Medical Examiner, Prof. John Fafunwa; an eyewitness, Olawale Akinola; as well as four policemen testified for the prosecution in the trial that lasted for eight years.

Acquitting the other defendants, the judge held that no evidence before the court identified them as the assailants, nor placed them at the crime scene.

She said: “None of the defendants confessed to the crime; there is no cogent circumstantial evidence. The court will rely on the evidence of eyewitnesses on April 10, 2010.

“Two eyewitnesses claimed they saw the deceased being murdered. PW2 (second prosecution witness) Lukman, the commercial motorcyclist who was with the deceased, described the person who stabbed the deceased.

“He said he had a bald head, bow legs and two incisions on his face. In the court’s observation, the first defendant has these physical features.

“Lukman could not identify any of the second to sixth defendants as those with the first defendant on that day. He said he went to call for help, and the four assailants had fled when he returned to the crime scene.

“The court found the evidence of PW2 to be consistent and unshaken. I was convinced he was telling the truth.”

On the contrary, Akinlade dismissed the evidence of Akinola, the second eyewitness in the case because he was not directly at the crime scene and his evidence contradicted the autopsy result of the pathologist.

“PW6 Akinola was not directly at the scene but was standing in his house which is a few metres away, at No. 54, Baale Aiyetoro St., Ajegunle, Lagos.

“He said a cutlass was used in the assault, but his evidence is not consistent with PW5, Dr. Fafunwa, who said the blade used was sharpened on both sides.

“I hereby rule that PW6 is not a reliable witness; his evidence has cast sufficient doubt in the mind of the court. His evidence is not sufficient to convict the second to the sixth defendant.

“The court believes he was not being truthful when he roped the sixth defendant into the crime, as he is not a member of NURTW,” she said.

Akinlade remarked that the Police did not conduct a serious investigation to determine if Rufai and Arogundade (fifth and sixth defendants) were at the scene of the crime.

Source: punchng.com

Woman beats husband’s nephew to death in Ogun over N6,500

 

Woman beats inlaw

Operatives of the Ogun State Police Command, on Wednesday, arrested a 47-year-old housewife, Joy Egeonu, for allegedly beating the 11-year-old nephew of her husband, Chibuike Egeonu, to death over an allegation that the deceased stole her N6,500.

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, disclosed this in a statement made available to journalists in Abeokuta.

Oyeyemi said the suspect was arrested following a report by the mother of the deceased, Ijeoma Egeonu, at the Agbado Divisional Police Headquarters.

The PPRO said the deceased’s mother told the police that her son, who was living with her elder brother and his wife at Ope-Ilu in Agbado, Ifo Local Government Area of the state, was beaten to death by Joy.

Oyeyemi stated that the incident happened on February 3, 2019, adding that Joy took the boy’s corpse to Ifo, where she hurriedly buried him.

He said, “On the strength of the report, the DPO, Agbado Division, CSP Omonijo Olatunji, led his detectives to the scene, where the woman was promptly arrested.

“On interrogation, the suspect claimed to have suspected that the boy stole her money, which prompted her to flog him to the point of him going into coma.

“She further stated that the boy gave up the ghost while she was taking him to the hospital and that it was later discovered that the missing money was taken by her husband and not the deceased as initially suspected.

Source: Punchng.com

Police nab security guard for raping prophetess in Ondo

Men of the Ondo State Police Command have arrested one Longbab Bouguen for allegedly raping a prophetess (name withheld) at the Agbogbo area of Akure.

The suspect, who was apprehended along with an alleged accomplice, Daniel John, was also said to have forcefully collected money from the victim after raping her.

Speaking on the arrest on Wednesday, the state Police Public Relations Officer, Mr Femi Joseph, explained that the victim was returning home around 8.30pm on the fateful day when she was attacked and dragged into the bush by Bouguen, who forcibly had knowledge of her.

Joseph said, “One prophetess of the Celestial Church of Christ located in the Agbogbo area, along the Akure/Owo Expressway, reported that a security guard, Longbab Bouguen, suddenly dragged her to a secluded area and forcefully tore her pants in order to have sexual intercourse with her.

“The suspect threatened the victim by brandishing a cutlass and knife, while putting on dark eye glasses and also dispossessed her of the sum of N700, which he consequently shared with a fellow security guard, Daniel John.”

The prophetess told our correspondent that the suspect attacked her in the evening while she was going to the church.

The victim narrated, “I discovered that he was following me when I was going to the church and suddenly he grabbed me from the back and dragged me to one corner; I struggled with him but he overpowered me and showed me a knife, threatening to kill me if I shouted.

“I didn’t want him to stab me, because there was nobody around to rescue me. As he was struggling with me, he tore my clothes and my pants; I didn’t allow him to penetrate so he ejaculated on my body. Thereafter, he collected the money on me before allowing me to go.”

Confessing to the crime, the 39-year-old Bouguen attributed his action to the devil, adding that he could not explain what came over him.

“Though I attacked her and tore her clothes and pants, I had not penetrated her before I ejaculated on her body. I allowed the woman to go after collecting the sum of N700 on her,” Bouguen confessed.

He, however, said John was not involved in the act, explaining that he only gave him a part of the money he collected from the victim.

“When he (John) came to me begging for money for food, I gave him N200 out of the money I collected from the woman, because he was hungry. He knew nothing about the act,” the suspect explained.

The PPRO said Bouguen would soon be charged to court after the completion of investigation.

Source: Punchng.com