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Wednesday, 26 November 2014

New cultists Nabbed in Rivers



Find the police press release below...

The Rivers State Police Command wishes to inform the public that in response to two separate distress calls, nine cultists were arrested. On 24/11/2014 at about 02:00AM a distress call indicated planned battle of supremacy between De-Well and Degbam cults groups at Okwuzi Community in Onelga.
The clash was averted by the swift action of the police where seven suspects were arrested. They are Chinazo Amaechi, Nna Chisom, Solomon Ossai, Regimus Igwelatu, Monday Jackson, Chinonso Fordima and Tony Amanya while others fled.

Items recovered from them included one pump action gun, four live cartridges, one double barrel gun, Honda jeep with registration No. IMO WER 685 FX, Toyota Camry saloon with registration No. RIVERS BER 407 AP, two laptop computers and assorted charms.

The suspects on interrogation confessed to belonging to either of the groups. In a similar response same day at about 1:30PM information received had it that some suspected cultist were sighted with arms around back gate of Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt (RSUST) initiating new members. Team of policemen Storm the area arrested and Joel Ozekume, a final year student of RSUST and Princewill Brown, a graduate of Cross River State University while others escaped. One beretta pistol and 3 rounds of .9mm ammunition were recovered from them.

New Afcon official ball, Marhaba



Adidas and the Confederation African Football (CAF) on Wednesday, presented Marhaba, the Official Match Ball for the Orange Africa Cup of Nations, Equatorial Guinea 2015.

Marhaba, will be officially revealed on Wednesday, 3 December 2014 during the draw of the final tournament at the Sipopo Convention Centre in Malabo.

Taking inspiration from the intricate history of the tournament and its famously passionate fans, the ball was designed in collaboration with the Confédération Africaine de Football. The distinctive gold and blue colouring on the ball represents the contrasting landscapes of the continent, from the Sahara desert to the bright azure sky of the Indian and Atlantic Ocean.

Singer K Michelle pose nude for her new single cover

Guess nudity is the fastest way to get attention these days. Singer and reality star K Michelle recently unveiled her new single art-cover and on it, she's completely nude except for red roses covering her privates

Boko Haram: Police Set to Stop Salaries of 30 Missing Policemen


Salaries of the missing 30 mobile policemen in Borno State would be stopped by April 2015, if the men failed to show up at their squadron units, sources have revealed to PUNCH.

The policemen were declared missing in August after an attack on the Police Training School, Gwoza, Borno State, by Boko Haram insurgents. And might be given up for dead if they did not report to their commanding officers by the end of the first quarter of the New Year.

It was however learnt that the missing police personnel would be declared dead formally after seven years.

About 159 personnel drawn from Mopol 50, Abuja; Mopol 38, Akwanga and Mopol 58, Lafia,
Nasarawa State, were undergoing training at the school when Boko Haram gunmen attacked them on August 20,2014, killing some and seizing their arms and ammunition. A number of the policemen escaped but 30 of them are yet to be accounted for, three months after the incident.

Nigerian man sentenced to death for drug trafficking

A 35 year old Nigerian man was sentenced to death yesterday by a Malaysian High Court for trafficking in 251.66 gm of methapethamine.

Abuchi Ngwoke, was arrested in May 2012 at a Malaysian airport. He had swallowed the drugs.

The High court judge described Ngwoke's testimony about swallowing gemstones in Nigeria before traveling to Malaysia as absurd. A date is yet to be set for his execution.

Family Discover Decomposing Body of LASG Director


The police in Lagos are battling to unravel the killers of a former director of the Lagos State Government, Mrs. Oluremi Jaiyesimi. The 63-year-old was found dead in her house in the Abraham Adesanya Estate, Ajah area of the state.

PUNCH Metro exclusively gathered from sources that the corpse of the former Director of Social Welfare in the Ministry of Youths and Social Development was not discovered until a week after she died. By then, her body was said to have been decomposing with maggots emanating from the corpse.

A neighbour, who was suspicious that something was amiss after the former director was not seen for days, alerted a relation in the Surulere area of the state. The relation reportedly called a friend of the
deceased living nearby, who visited the house.

A police source said:

“The friend accessed the house with his personal key and when he entered the compound, he perceived a foul smell. He also saw trays of onions and melon spread out to dry in the sun. They were already germinating, meaning they had been abandoned for a long time. The man decided to report back to the relative that he would not enter the flat because he could sense something was wrong.”

How PSquare's Father Died in their Omole Home

 
 The death of Mazi Moses Okoye, the father of super star musicians, P Square, was so sudden that those who saw him a few hours before he slumped in the Omole, Ikeja, Lagos home of his sons are still in shock.

According to Encomium, just before the septugenarian’s tragic death, he was clad in only singlet and boxers, watching cable television (Africa Magic) with some visitors until about 10 pm 2 days ago (Monday, November 24, 2014) when he disengaged to his bedroom where he suddenly collapsed. He
was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital, but he unfortunately gave up before doctors attended to him.