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Watch video how Ghanaian Police Killed Cattle’s and Rams..

They are Ghanaians, this how Ghana treated the Fulani because they were not stupid enough to vote a Fulani as president. The president told the Fulani that Ghana is not Nigeria where cattle walk on street. He ordered the security operatives to shoot both cattles and rams!..

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Source: Ghana TV


Death sentence dropped for Sudan teenager who killed husband

An appeal court in Sudan has overturned the death sentence of a teenager who killed her husband after he allegedly raped her, her lawyer has said.

Noura Hussein, 19, was instead sentenced to five years in jail, lawyer Abdelaha Mohamad said.

Her mother, Zainab Ahmed, told the BBC she was happy her daughter’s life had been spared by the appeal court.

International celebrities had backed an online campaign, #JusticeforNoura, to demand Hussein’s release.

Last month, an Islamic court had sentenced to her to death by hanging, following her conviction for the pre-meditated murder of her husband.

Source: BBC

5 suspected ‘one-chance’ robbers who killed their victim with hammer arrested in Abuja (photo)

– An Abuja armed robbery gang killed a victim in an attempt to rob him inside a taxi

– The victim was reportedly attacked on his way from Abuja to Suleja, Niger state on May 27, 2018

– After being arrested by the police, the robbers confessed to hitting the victim with a hammer on his shoulder and wrist but said they were surprised to hear that he died

Police operatives attached to the Federal Capital Territory Command Special Anti-Kidnaping Squad have reportedly arrested five members of an armed robbery gang that robbed unsuspecting passengers in their taxi.

The suspects, Ebuka Ezeanyido, 28; Chidebe Okocha, 36; Chukwuma Amichie, 30; Augustine Agbo, 32; and Chinedu Obi, 25, were arrested following an investigation into the disappearance of one Michael Ibebuogu who was reported missing by members of his family, The Punch reports.

Ibebuogu allegedly left his brother’s house at Apo, Abuja for Suleja, Niger state on May 27, 2018, but never arrived at his destination.

The suspected robbers confessed to hitting their victim with a hammer on his shoulder and wrist but said they were surprised to hear that he died. Photo credit: The Punch

eagleee.com gathered that the missing man’s phone was however traced to one of the suspects who led detectives to arrest his accomplices.

The FCT commissioner of police, Sadiq Bello, who paraded the suspects in Abuja on Thursday, June 14, explained that Okocha confessed that he hit Ibebuogu on his head with a hammer when he tried to take control of their operational car from the driver.

“The suspects said they abandoned his body under Apo Bridge. Efforts are ongoing to recover the remains of the deceased. The operational car used by the gang, an army green Volkswagen Passat Wagon, one hammer and phone of the deceased have been recovered as exhibits,” Bello stated.

Ezeanyido, who said he was a taxi driver before he joined the robbery gang said: “I and my friend, Okocha came to Abuja, so we picked the man in our cab. When the man noticed that we wanted to rob him, he started dragging the steering with the driver; so this brother (Agbo) hit him on the shoulder with a hammer and we stopped the cab and allowed him to go, but he was not dead when we left him.”

Okocha claimed he was doing business at Wuse market, Abuja but decided to join the robbery gang after he had issues with some people.

Explaining how the gang operated, he said that they usually robbed one person at a time in their taxi.

He said: “We usually pick a passenger and while driving, the driver would ask him to put on his seatbelt while Magic Finger (Agbo) would cleverly snatch the victim’s money or phone.

“So the man (Ibebuogu) noticed what was happening and he attempted to take over the steering, I hit him with a hammer on his shoulder and wrist, we stopped the cab and he disembarked; we were surprised to hear that he died.”

Agbo who was responsible for picking the victim’s pocket or bag claimed he joined the gang about three months ago, adding that he had “robbed just three or four persons”.

“I just started robbing about three months, I have robbed just three or four persons,” he stated.

Earlier, eagleee.com reported that residents of the Salihawa village in the Batagarawa local government area of Katsina state lynched three suspected armed robbers on Thursday, June 14.

The suspects were said to have blocked a road between Barawa and Sahilawa village around 8:30 am.

According to a police source, they shot a 31-year-old resident of Salihawa village identified as Sani Lawal.

He said: “The development made other villagers to mobilise and confront the robbers who were eventually lynched.”

The incident was confirmed by the spokesman for the Kaduna state police command, DSP Gambo Isah.

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By Nurudeen Lawal

Dane pleads not guilty to killing Nigerian singer wife

A Danish man has pleaded not guilty to killing his Nigerian wife and daughter at their home in the commercial capital Lagos.

Peter Nielsen is accused of killing his wife, a singer known as Alizee, and their three-year-old daughter, in April in the upscale neighbourhood of Banana Island.

Prosecutors say his wife suffered head injuries while the young girl was found poisoned.

The woman’s relatives and campaigners against domestic violence organised protests before Mr Nielsen’s previous court appearances.

The case, which has been covered extensively in the Nigerian media, has been adjourned until October.


Farmer in Ondo community allegedly kills 26-year-old herdsman

– A farmer reportedly shot a 26-year-old herdsmen grazing on his farm in Ondo state

– The incident took place in Imo-Arigidi, Akoko northwest local government area of the state on Saturday, June 9

– The police area commander pledged that a thorough investigation on the attack would be done while the culprits will be brought to book

A middle-aged farmer reportedly shot a 26-year-old herdsmen grazing on his farm to death in Imo-Arigidi, Akoko northwest local government area of Ondo state on Saturday, June 9, The Nation reports.

eagleee.com gathered that the farmer alleged that the cattle brought by the herdsman vandalised his crop.

Colleagues of the victim instantly overpowered the farmer and matcheted him thinking that he had died, but he survived their attack.

The farmer was rushed to Ikare-Akoko State Specialist Hospital by police from Okeagbe where he was been guarded by officers.

Sources alleged that the Fulani herdsmen later planned reprisal attack on residents of the town, but Police in Okeagbe division averted the attack.

This led to an emergency meeting convened by Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu who was represented by his Chief of Staff, Olugbenga Ale at the palace of Akala of Ikaram, Oba Andrew Momoh.

The peace meeting was attended by SA to the governor on security, Alhaji Dojumo, SA to the governor on Hausa, Alhaji Bala Umar, Department of State Security(DSS) the police and leadership of Hausa-Fulani Communities in Akoko area.

The monarch commended the Police for prompt action on the incident.

Oba Momoh and the Zaki of Arigidi-Akoko, Oba Yisa Olanipekun also dialogued with the Hausa community to sustain peace in the area.

Ale contended that the state was relatively peaceful and accomodate non-indigenes without discrimination.

He promised that the law will take its course while justice would prevail in the matter.

The chairman, Yetiallah Association, Alhaji Garuba Bello urged the fulanis to see the incident as act of God,urging relevant authority to do justice.

He condoled with the family of the victim who was the only child of his mother.

Razak Rauf, the police area commander for Akoko, pledged that the police would do thorough investigation to the attack while culprits will be brought to book.

The father of victim, Alhaji Haruna Fulani lamented the sudden death of his son.

By Oluwatobi Bolashodun

Nigeria Kaduna: Bandits slaughter 51 villagers

A gang of what are said to be former cattle rustlers has killed at least 51 adults and children in a village in northern Nigeria, burning down homes.

Amongst the rows of dead bodies in Gwaska, in the Birnin Gwari area of Kaduna state, were children under the age of 10. Some bodies were mutilated.

Survivors say the attackers surrounded Gwaska on Saturday afternoon.

They set homes alight and fired shots, causing people to flee in panic – many straight towards the gunmen.

Residents have demanded that President Muhammadu Buhari’s government urgently deploy more police and military to protect vulnerable villages on the state border with Zamfara.

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Man Finally Exposed After Hiding His Girlfriend’s Corpse Inside Cupboard For 15 Months (Photos)

Mum-of-three Vicky Cherry’s dead body was hidden for 15 months in an airing cupboard

A sicko has been exposed after he hid his girlfriend’s corpse in an airing cupboard for 15 months. However, he has still refused to reveal how she died.

Andrew Colin Reade was arrested on suspicion of murdering mum-of-three Vicky Cherry but never convicted.

Police discovered Vicky’s body hidden under bike parts in the flat the couple shared in a Bolton cul-de-sac.

Reade claimed he’d woken up to find Vicky dead, claiming they’d taken a cocktail of illicit drugs together the night before.

He said he’d panicked, and told police he wrapped the 44-year-old’s dead body in a duvet and plastic sheeting before shoving it in a cupboard.

Over the next 15 months he told friends Vicky had left him and moved out.

Neighbours told an inquest how Reade used air freshener to cover up the growing stench.

Last June, Reade was jailed for four years and four months after admitting to preventing a lawful burial and perverting justice.

But the cause of Cherry’s death remains unknown, with Reade refusing to attend the inquest last November.

Vicky’s best friend, her cousin Donna Gregory, has now spoken out for the first time about her devastating loss.

Andrew Colin Reade admitted to perverting the course of justice and preventing lawful burial

The mum-of-five said: “I was the last known person to speak to Vicky before her death. I carried her coffin at her funeral but we were told there was very little left of her.

It was sickening.

“She had such an undignified, horrible death. The very least she deserved was a proper burial.

“It infuriates me that Reed has got off so lightly.”

Donna, who now lives in Bradford, said she looked up to Vicky and idolised her as children. They were inseparable growing up.

She said: “As we got older, we’d go out together and we became such good friends.

“Vicky had a very troubled up-bringing and she had her problems. But she had a heart of gold.”

Donna, from Preston, added that Vicky had struggled after her husband Steve’s death from an epileptic fit in 2013 – and met Andrew a year later.

She said: “She confided in me that they were arguing a lot and I was worried about her.

“She said he wasn’t treating her very well. She was quite vulnerable and I wish now, looking back, I had done more to try to talk her into leaving him, there and then.”

One week before she went missing, in October 2015, Vicky called Donna and asked if she could go and live with her.

“I blame myself, because she was supposed to come and live with me; she was days away from a new start. Maybe I could have saved her.”

Donna was the last person to speak to her and the last known person to have any contact with her.

She said: “Vicky told me she’d had enough of Andrew. We made plans for her to come and live with me. I was looking forward to it, and I knew she’d be much happier if she was single again.”

Donna then didn’t hear from Vicky for a fortnight – and became increasingly worried about her whereabouts.

“I began to worry; I asked around and nobody knew where she was. I called the police but they didn’t seem to take it seriously; they went to the house but couldn’t find her.”

The flat where Vicky lived with her boyfriend Reade – who refused to reveal any details about her death

Police eventually launched an appeal but the case seemed to make no progress.

Donna says: “Vicky had vanished into thin air. We couldn’t work it out. I was so worried about her; as time went on, I knew she had to be dead. It was the only explanation.”

In January 2017, Vicky’s body was found in a cupboard at her home and Reade was arrested on suspicion of murder.

Donna says: “I was preparing myself that she was dead. But I could never have been prepared for what had happened to her.”

In June last year, Andrew Colin Reade, 43, pleaded guilty to concealing the body of Victoria Cherry for 15 months and preventing her burial.

The cause of death could not be ascertained because it had decomposed, but a pathologist concluded she may have died as a result of strangulation as injuries to her neck were detected.

Reade admitted intending to pervert the course of justice by giving misleading and inaccurate information about the whereabouts of Victoria Cherry to police officers, pharmacists, and family members.

The sicko also cashed in £1,000 of employment benefits sent to Vicky in the three months after her death.

He refused to attend the inquest into her death in November last year and an open verdict was recorded.

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