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Clashes in Nigeria between farmers and herders leave 86 dead


At least 86 people have died in central Nigeria after violent clashes broke out between farmers and cattle herders, police in Plateau state said.

Some reports say fighting began on Thursday when ethnic Berom farmers attacked Fulani herders, killing five of them.

A retaliatory attack on Saturday led to more deaths.

The area has a decades-long history of violence between ethnic groups competing for land.

A curfew has now been imposed in three parts of the state.

State police commissioner Undie Adie said a search of villages following the bloodshed revealed that 86 people had been killed, and six injured.

He said 50 houses had been burned, as well as 15 motorbikes and two vehicles.

Source: Morning Call

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The beautiful family of Nairobi lady who died after undergoing breast enlargement surgery


– The mother of three lost her life after undergoing a breast enlargement surgery at a helth facility

– June Mulupi seemingly foresaw her death in a blog post she wrote

– She has left behind a young family following her pursuit for more beauty

June Wanza Mulupi the woman who died following a botched breast enlargement surgery, lived life to the fullest surrounded by loving family.

The mother of three who died of sepsis at Nairobi Hospital after a breast augmentation surgery that went wrong at Karen hospital, might also have had premonition of her untimely demise as she wrote a blog about death in 2016.

Mulupi’s sudden death sent chills across the country especially among women who increasingly have sought larger breasts.

June Wanza Mulupi died after a botched breast augmentation surgery at Karen hospital. Photo: Anne Mutabari/ Facebook

The deceased reportedly loved blogging about food and life however, on January 2016 she penned an article titled, Make the most of your time on earth, wondering whether there are people who are ever ready for death, as reported by Nairobi News, on Tuesday, June 13.

Mulupi was full of life and enjoyed a warm family relationship. Photo: Fortune Wasike/ Facebook

In the detailed blog, Mulupi described how her husband’s community treats the dead unbeknown to her death would come calling sooner than she imagined two years down the line.

Mulupi was described as kind and a great mother to her three children. Photo: June Mulupi/ Instagram

“Where he (husband) comes from, they treat corpses as if they still have life, that’s why they will carry it to the home of the deceased a few days before they bury the body, so they can ‘hang’ around it, she penned.

Her relatives fondly referred to her as a great mother to her three kids, exceptional and kind.

Mulupi wrote about death in 2016 on her blog. Photo: June Mulupi/ Facebook….

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By Mary Wangari

We Buried Over 5,000 Corpses In A Single Day – libyan Deportee Shocks Tb Joshua With Confession


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Nigerian deportee who just arrived from Libya has given a startling confession at T.B. Joshua’s Church in Lagos, painting an alarming picture of the death toll of African migrants seeking to illegally enter Europe.

Efe Alimi, an Edo State indigene, revealed how he had participated in the mass burial of 5,300 bodies in a single day on the Libyan shore, decomposing remains of those who had drowned while attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe.

“Most of the bodies washed up on the shore had decayed. When we picked them up, their flesh peeled away to the bone. Some were without ears, eyes or breasts. All were my African brothers and sisters,” he recollected in a shocking revelation posted to T.B. Joshua’s official Facebook Page.

According to Alimi, the bodies were dumped into a mass grave, crushed by excavators and then covered by the Libyans who had picked him and a group of other migrants to do the “dirty job”.

Alimi travelled to the North African nation via Niger in 2013. 29 embarked on the dangerous journey through the Sahara Desert but only 9 reached Libya.

“I actually buried 20 people in the desert,”Alimi recalled, adding that he only survived by drinking urine after they were stranded for five days without food or water.

After an unsuccessful attempt to cross the Mediterranean to Italy in 2017, he was imprisoned in an underground dungeon for one year before the intervention of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), who facilitated his return to Nigeria.

Another deportee, Johnson Imonigie, equally shared distressing details of how the makeshift boat he was in capsized en route to Italy. 121 were on board and 87 drowned.

Even prior to his attempt to cross the ocean, Johnson had been kidnapped and sold into slavery three times in Libya.

During his incarceration, one of his close friends was beaten to death in his presence.

“They decided to beat me on my manhood,” he vividly recalled.“I can’t even begin to describe the pain. I was there the day they hit my friend there so hard he actually died.”

On Tuesday 5thJune 2018, 171 Nigerians were voluntarily deported from Libya, over 90 of them deciding to visit Joshua’s famed Church in search of aid.

Hearing their plight, Joshua and his ‘Emmanuel TV Partners’ gave the group N3m ($8,500) to help them start their lives afresh in Nigeria.

The news comes on the heels of the United Nations imposing sanctions on six leaders of human trafficking networks in Libya.

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Protests over student death in Senegal


Hundreds of university students have taken to the streets of Senegal after one of them was killed by a police bullet earlier this month.

Fallou Sene, 26, died from a live bullet during a protest in Saint Louis on 15 May against the non-payment of university grants.

The monthly bursaries – which range from $25 to $50 – have now been paid.

But students in Dakar, Ziguinchor and Saint Louis called demonstrations today to press for the resignation of the higher education and finance ministers, whom they consider responsible for the poor management of the grant system.

About 400 students turned out in Dakar.

Australian woman sentenced to death by hanging in Malaysia


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An Australian woman has been sentenced to death by hanging in Malaysia after a court overturned her earlier acquittal on drug-smuggling charges, The Guardian UK has reported.

The three judges sitting in Kuala Lumpur unanimously found Maria Elvira Pinto Exposto guilty but said she had a right of appeal on the methamphetamine charges.

“We find the merits of the appeal, we allow the appeal and set aside the judgment of the judge and find her guilty as convicted. The only sentence under law is death by hanging,” the judges found.

Exposto’s lawyer, Shafee Abdullah, told her it was a temporary setback and “you will win and you will walk away” following a further appeal.

On 27 December last year Exposto was acquitted of trafficking methamphetamine but faced a prosecution appeal.

Exposto was handcuffed in court where she was consoled by her lawyers and Australian embassy officials after the verdict, according to reports by News Corp Australia.

She had claimed she was the victim of a set-up after she was found with the drugs in her bag after arriving on a flight from China in 2014.

She was acquitted after the judge found she was scammed by a man she met online and was unaware she was carrying the drugs.

In the appeal the prosecution in the appeal argued Exposto had been wilfully blind, that her defence was made up and she had engaged in a “sly game”.
Abdullah said that Exposto was an innocent carrier hoodwinked by an internet romance scam.

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Teenager sentenced to death for killing ‘rapist husband’


A court in Sudan has sentenced a 19-year-old woman to death for killing her husband after he raped her.

The judge at the court in Omdurman confirmed the death penalty after the husband’s family refused the possibility of financial compensation.

When she was 16, Nourra Hussein was forced into a marriage by her family.

She was so unhappy that she ran away and took refuge at her aunt’s house.

But three years later, she says she was tricked into returning home by her own family – who then handed her over again to her husband.

After six days she says he recruited some of his cousins who held her down as he raped her. When he attempted to do the same the following day she lashed out at him with a knife and stabbed him to death.

She then ran back to her parents who surrendered her to the police.

At her trial the judge offered the husband’s family the option of forgiving Nourra but they chose execution.

Her case has attracted widespread attention on social media where a campaign called #JusticeforNoura has been trending on Twitter.

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Homes swept away in deadly Kenya dam burst


At least 41 people have died after heavy rains caused a dam to burst in Kenya, sweeping away homes across a vast area of farmland.

The breach happened on Wednesday near the town of Solai, 190km (120 miles) north-west of the capital, Nairobi.

The dead are thought to include children and women trapped in mud. The Kenyan Red Cross says it has rescued about 40 people so far.

More than 2,000 people are said to have been left homeless.

Local officials say the full extent of the damage is not yet clear. There are fears the death toll could rise as the search-and-rescue operation continues.

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