See video and pictures of fetish things this house help is caught with

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Again this is a reminder to be wary of who we hire and put in the house to do house help. Two days after Segun (No known last name) was hired by a family at VGC Lekki, he was caught in the room with fetish objects seen in the video and pictures. Segun is a Republic of Benin native.

Before deciding to hire house help, especially one who will be living with you, do proper background check, take pictures, ask questions.

Imagine: Students in Oyo protest mass failure by setting classrooms on fire(Picture)


Blocks of classrooms were set ablaze in Oyo on Thursday, marking the worst phase of secondary school students’ unrest that began days ago over mass failure in exams.

The classrooms set on fire were at Isale Community High School, Oyo Town. But students elsewhere have threatened to cause similar damage to public property in their schools, teachers told PREMIUM TIMES.

Fire service agents were quickly drafted to the school to extinguish the fire.

Crisis erupted on Monday following mass failure in the last promotion examinations across secondary schools in Oyo State.

The Oyo State Government set a new promotion policy which meant only students with 50 per cent in Mathematics and English language will transit to the next class.

On Monday, students of Anglican secondary school in Oyo unleashed mayhem on their teachers and destroyed billboards bearing Governor Abiola Ajimobi’s picture.

The Commissioner for Education, Adeniyi Olowofela, declined comment on this report, saying he was not comfortable with a telephone interview.

Mr. Olowofela said he would get back but was yet to do so as at the time of this report.

Source: Premium Times

66 year old Nigerian nanny arrested in Maryland in connection with the death of a Nigerian infant(Video)


A Nigerian nanny has been charged in the death of a baby girl after she was allegedly caught on surveillance camera forcefully feeding her two bottles, police said.

Eight-month-old Enita Salubi of Glenarden died Monday afternoon after she was rushed to a hospital, Prince George’s County Police said.

Authorities said video camera footage shows the events that led to the little girl’s death.

The nanny, 66-year-old Oluremi Oyindasola, was asleep on a couch inside the house Monday when the baby, who was in a walker, began crying and woke the nanny, police said.

Police said a video surveillance camera shows the nanny tried to feed the baby, but without success. Oyindasola then pulled the baby from her walker, removed the nipple from her bottle and forcefully fed her, police said.

“She forcefully poured the two bottles of what looks to be milk down the baby’s mouth, causing her to not be able to breathe, suffocating her, and eventually she died at the hospital,” said Col. Harry Bond of Prince George’s County Police.

Charging documents say tha nanny appeared “to pour a large amount of white liquid directly inside the [v]ictim’s mouth.”

The baby appeared to squirm and resist while being fed the first bottle, and then Oyindasola forced the contents of a second bottle into her mouth, the documents said.

The baby became unresponsive, and Oyindasola called the baby’s father, who dialed 911 as he raced home.

Clifton Wanzer, a neighbor, said he saw the little girl’s father carry her to an ambulance.

She was rushed to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead.

More than one neighbor told News4 they’d been concerned about the baby for some time.

“That baby just cried [and] cried,” said neighbor Walker. “Every time I came outside, I’d hear that baby cry.”

Police said an autopsy revealed Salubi’s cause of death was asphyxiation, and the manner of death was homicide.

Oyindasola, of Glenarden, is in custody, police said Wednesday. She is charged with second-degree murder, first-degree child abuse resulting in death, and related charges.

Source: Maryland Nanny Charged With Murder, Accused of Force-Feeding 8-Month-Old Girl Until She Choked | NBC4 Washington

70 year old Herbalist found Magas, defraud 2 brothers of N18m


The Police on Tuesday arraigned a 70-year-old herbalist, Alidu Afolabi, in an Iyaganku Chief Magistrates’ Court in Ibadan, Oyo State, for allegedly defrauding two brothers of N18m.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Afolabi, a herbalist from Aba Paanu, Ilebu area of Ibadan, was arraigned on a two-count charge of obtaining money under false pretences and stealing.

The prosecutor, Inspector Sunday Ogunremi, told the court that Afolabi fraudulently obtained the sum from two brothers, Rasheed Alimi and Dauda Alimi.

“Afolabi collected the money from the two brothers who allegedly wanted Afolabi to perform money-making rituals for them and under false pretence to double the money for them,” Ogunremi said.

He alleged that the accused committed the offence sometime in April at about 10.00a.m. at Ado’s Compound, Oke-Ado, Ibadan, where he was a tenant.

Ogunremi said the offence contravened sections 390 (9) and 419 of the Criminal Code Cap 38, Vol. II, Laws of Oyo State 2000.

The accused, however, pleaded not guilty to the charges against him.

The Chief Magistrate, Mrs. Abiona Richard, granted the accused bail in the sum of N9m with two sureties in like sum.

Mrs. Richard said one of the sureties must be a blood relation and civil servant on Grade Level 09, while the second must have landed property with Certificate of Occupancy.

She adjourned the case till November 21. (NAN)

Gunmen shoots Ex UI VC in the leg in Ibadan

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University of Ibadan (UI) former Vice Chancellor Prof. Olufemi Bamiro was shot in the leg on Tuesday by gunmen.

The gunmen were said to have attacked Bamiro at Ring Road area of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, at 7pm.

He was said to be driving home when he was waylaid by the bandits.

After being shot, Bamiro was said to have been driven away by the gunmen.

But the vehicle stopped.

Police spokesman Adekunle Ajisebutu, who confirmed the incident, said it was a case of failed kidnap.

Ajisebutu explained that the suspected kidnappers were trying to kidnap Bamiro.

He said policemen rescued him though the gunmen escaped.

The PPRO said the Commissioner of Police Sam Adegbuyi has since instructed the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to begin investigation into the incident.

He added that Adegbuyi has ordered the anti-kidnapping squad in the command to be on the trail of the suspected kidnappers.

Bamiro was thereafter taken to the University College Hospital (UCH) for treatment.

Sources at the hospital confirmed that the former vice chancellor was responding well to treatment at the hospital.

Bamiro, a professor of Mechanical Engineering, was UI VC between 2005 and 2010.

He was succeeded by Prof. Isaac Adewole, who is now Minister of Health.

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Is cross-dressing a crime in Nigeria? Police arraigns man for cross-dressing

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Ibadan – The police on Wednesday arraigned a 27-year-old man, Idowu Izebokhale, in an Iyaganku Chief Magistrates’ Court for alleged dressing as a woman in public.

Izebokhale, a hairdresser of Omiyale Railway Quarters, Ibadan, was in court for alleged acting and dressing as ladies in public place.

The Prosecutor, Sergeant Salewa Hammed, told the court that Izebokhale on September 23 at about 2 a.m. at Molete Area, Ibadan, acted indecently in public by wearing ladies clothes and apparels.

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Hammed said Izebokhale was seen in public place at the middle of the night wearing brazier, wig, earrings and dressed as a lady waiting for who would pick him.

He said the offence contravened Section 231 (1) of the Criminal Code Cap 38, Vol. II, Laws of Oyo state 2000, which on conviction attracts two years imprisonment.

The accused pleaded not guilty to the charge.

The Chief Magistrate, Abiona Richard, granted bail to the accused in the sum of N150, 000 with one surety in like sum.

Richard said the surety must be a blood-relation with tax clearance, and adjourned the case till December 19 for hearing


Man attempting to traffic 6 girls in NIS net


The Oyo State Command of the Nigeria Immigration Service has said it arrested a man trying to smuggle six girls to Burkina Faso for prostitution.

Comptroller of the command, Ekaete Isang, told SUNDAY PUNCH that the man had travelled from Edo State with the girls to the border town of Saki in Oyo State, where he was caught trying to take them through an illegal route.

She said, “He was going to Burkina Faso with the aim of involving the girls in illegal activities but before he could cross the Nigerian border with them, our patrol team caught up with him and he was arrested. We have reunited the girls with their parents, while the man was handed over to the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons.”

Isang, however, complained about lack of cooperation from the grass-roots leaders in border communities of the state, noting that they aid people that come into the country illegally.

“Our major challenge in fighting human traffickers and illegal immigrants is logistics because of the expansive nature of the border line in the state. We have met with grass-roots leaders in those communities but their response is not impressive. They shield these (traffickers and illegal immigrants) people from arrest and they don’t come up with information. We call on the state government to support the command in our effort to maintain order at the borders,” she added.

Source: Sunday Punch

Ibadan couple who lured girls to prostitution in Libya jailed


Justice Joyce Abdulmaleek of the Federal High Court, Ibadan, on Tuesday sentenced a couple to 14 years imprisonment without an option of fine, for human trafficking.
Abdulmaleek convicted Idowu Folorunso, 37, and his wife, Titilayo, and sentenced them to seven years imprisonment each.
She said the prosecution provided overwhelming oral, documentary and other substantial evidence against the couple.
“Therefore, Idowu and Titilayo are sentenced to seven years imprisonment each for count one, and seven years imprisonment for count two, without any option of fine and with hard labour.
“The sentences are, however, to run concurrently,” the judge said.
The judge held that Idowu and Titilayo lied to Bidemi Adeshina that there were teaching opportunities for girls in Libya and that she should utilise them since she had National Certificate of Education.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the couple wept as they prayed the court to temper justice with mercy.
NAN reports that Idowu and Titilayo were arraigned on a two-count charge of unlawful procurement of person and organising foreign trip for the purpose of prostitution.

The Folorunsos committed the crime on May 20, 2014, at Odo-Oba Elere, Ibadan, according to the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons and other Related Matters (NAPTIP).
In her evidence earlier, Adeshina said that Idowu and Titilayo lured her into prostitution in Libya where she became infected with HIV/AIDS.
Adeshina testified that the couple told her that three other girls would be joining her for the teaching job in Libya.
She said that she travelled from Ibadan through Kano, to Niger to Libya and found herself in a “prostitution joint’’.
The witness said within eight months, the Folorunsos made her to abort four pregnancies.
She added that she contracted HIV/AIDS.
She also said that the couple did not give her anything from the proceeds of her prostitution.

N8B CBN currency scam delayed in court

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Trial in the N8bn Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) currency scam experienced a setback today as the Federal High Court sitting in Ibadan adjourned hearing till Wednesday.

The trial which commenced since 2015 had experienced a lot of setbacks leading to the transfer of the case to a new Judge in March 2016.

The New Judge, Justice Joyce Abdulmaleek of the Federal High Court sitting in Ibadan adjourned the trial based on the prayers by the defence counsel following the plea bargaining arrangement entered into by the fourth accused person, Oni Ademola.

The other accused persons facing trial include Kolawole Babalola, Olaniran Adeola and Togun Philip.

“I shall give the opportunity to know the content of the plea bargain and whether it affects their case.

“It is my own view that the issue of plea bargaining is solely an affair of the fourth defendant and the prosecution.

“Let me also state that the issue of plea bargaining cannot stall further examination and cross examination of the accused persons,” Abdulmaleek said.

The case slated for trial was stalled by Adebisi Adeniyi, counsel to the Economic and Financial Crimes’ Commission (EFCC).

Adeniyi told the court that Y.A. Ruba, counsel to the fourth accused person, Ademola, had entered into a plea bargaining arrangement with the commission.

He further stated that the arrangement had reached 95 per cent completion stage, adding that every process would be completed before the next adjourned date.

However, all the defence counsel opposed the continuation of Monday’s sitting, saying they needed to have knowledge of the content of the plea bargaining arrangement.

They expressed the fear that the arrangement might affect their own cases.

The four accused persons are standing trial over an alleged N8 billion CBN currency scam.

They are being accused of multiple charges bordering on conspiracy, stealing and recycling of mutilated naira notes totalling N8 billion at the Ibadan office of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

The defence counsel included Olalekan Ojo, Olayinka Bolanle, and Adewole Olajire.

Source: NTA News

2 Yahoo boys arrested by EFCC in Ibadan

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibadan Zonal Office has arrested one Egbedayo Semilore and Elijah Jeremiah alias jerry, a self styled fashion Director of Datsol Industries Limited for alleged Internet fraud activities.

According to a statement from the commission, while Semilore, 26, engages in Internet love and romance scams, Jeremiah, 29, surfs the internet for online purchases through auction sites.

Elijah Jeremiah

Elijah Jeremiah

Egbedayo Semilore

Egbedayo Semilore

He, (Semilore) poses on the internet with two American Army Officers’ identities by the names Sergeant Shaft Pagan and Perrie Edingson who are allegedly serving in Afghanistan. He engages unsuspecting ladies on the internet in a dating and romance scam through which he fleeces them of their money. The last victim being one P. J. (full names withheld) from the United States from whom he claimed to have obtained about Four million naira (N4m) in tranches with which he bought himself a car.

Jeremiah of No 3 Adeniyi Avenue, old Bodija, Ibadan, according to series of intelligence gathered by the Commission allegedly lives an ostentatious life without a definite job, always indoor surfing the internet.

Though arrested differently, they have both made confessional statements.

Jeremiah confessed to have been involved in internet surfing for auction sites through which he makes online purchases of items from China.

According to him, he downloads Letter of Credit purportedly issued by Scotia Online Financial Services of Scotia bank worldwide from Google and edits it to suit his transactions with which he pays for the purchases.

The auctioneers, unaware of his antics however often fall victim of his game by shipping the goods to him ahead of confirmation of payment.

Semilore, during interrogation also confessed to have engaged in the romance scam over time from which he sustained his flamboyant lifestyle and bought himself the 2010 Lexus car which he registered in his mother’s name.

When contacted, the mother told the operatives that she is aware of her son’s nefarious activities on the internet adding, “I know he always press the laptop”.

Operatives have recovered several items from them including one laptop, three modems, one iphone, two Nokia phones, international Passport, forged Union Bank Statement of Account with NUBAN number:10141411389 for Datsol Industries Limited and an envelope containing several documents were recovered from Jeremiah.

Specifically recovered from Semilore were: three identity cards bearing different names and biodata, a 2010 Black Toyota Lexus car with registration number (Lagos) SMK 475 EH, two laptops and one Blackberry Passport phones. Several love scam mails were also found and downloaded from his laptops.

They will be arraigned in court as soon as investigation is completed.

Source: The News Nigeria