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Lagos teacher brutalizes student for ringing bell

A Lagos teacher has been accused of brutalizing a student for ringing the bell, during school hours.

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The SS2 student of Zumratul Islamiyyah Junior/Senior School in Yaba area of Lagos, identified as Ridwan Yunus was brutalized by the Lagos teacher, Mr Babatunde who teaches Social Studies.

This is coming after it was reported that a secondary school teacher, Sunday Adeshina, was jailed at Kirikiri prison in Lagos State after he reportedly flogged a female student until she started bleeding. Adeshina was said to have flogged a 14-year-old SS3 student identified as Onyinye Nwakaeme, on the head when she could not give a correct answer to questions he asked her during a class.

Onyinye, a student of Great Esteem Private Secondary School in Ijeshatedo area of Lagos state told newsmen;

“We were taking Economics class that day and I was busy copying note. I had just returned from my father’s burial. Being behind schedule, I used every available time to copy my notes because I had a lot to write.

“The teacher saw me and called me out with some people, claiming that we were making noise and asked us to explain what he had been teaching. I didn’t get the question right because I was really not paying attention to him. Out of anger, he started flogging me.

“He flogged me to the point that I was bleeding on my head and he didn’t stop. Even when the proprietor asked him to stop, he was fierce and wanted to flog me more.”

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Ondo polytechnic lecturer killed one week after he was kidnapped

An Ondo polytechnic lecturer identified as Taiwo Akinyemi, was reportedly killed one week after he was abducted alongside four other health workers of the Federal Medical Center, Owo.

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The Ondo Polytechnic lecturer, was reportedly killed by the kidnappers following a disagreement on negotiation.

“The kidnappers demanded for a ransom after they were kidnapped last week and we prepared for payment. Unfortunately, when they asked us to bring the money,we could not locate the exact point. They were so furious that we were playing smart on them and they killed him” a family source said.

The Ondo state police command spokesperson, Femi Joseph who confirmed the death of the  52 year old lecturer of the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Ondo state, disclosed that Gbenga Adeyanju, the state commissioner of police, and Rotimi Akeredolu, the governor, had paid a condolence visit to the family of the deceased lecturer.

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Nigerian army has committed war crimes against humanity, says ICC

The International Criminal Court (ICC) who released an annual report on preliminary examination activities (2018), stated that the Nigerian army has committed war crimes against humanity.

Nigerian army has committed war crimes against humanity, says ICC lailasnews

According to the ICC, it has received “a total of 169 communications” from Nigeria and its assessment has shown that security forces in Nigeria have committed war crimes varying from murder, torture, and intentionally attacking the civilian population.

“Specifically, the Office found a reasonable basis to believe that the NSF committed the war crimes of murder pursuant to article 8(2)(c)(i); torture, cruel treatment pursuant to article 8(2)(c)(i); outrages upon personal dignity pursuant to article 8(2)(c)(ii); and intentionally directing attacks against the civilian population,” the ICC said.

According to Cableng, Fatou Bensouda, the ICC prosecutor disclosed that they also found reasonable basis to believe that Boko Haram, also committed war crimes against humanity.

“Furthermore, the Office found a reasonable basis to believe that Boko Haram committed the war crimes of murder pursuant to article 8(2)(c)(i); cruel treatment pursuant to article 8(2)(c)(i) and outrages upon personal dignity pursuant to article 8(2)(c)(ii)”.

The ICC added that Boko Haram was “intentionally directing attacks against the civilian population or against individual civilians pursuant to article 8(2)(e)(i); intentionally directing attacks against buildings dedicated to education and to places of worship and similar institutions pursuant to article 8(2)(e)(iv); pillaging a town or place pursuant to article 8(2)(e)(v); rape, sexual slavery and sexual violence pursuant to article 8(2)(e)(vi)”.

The ICC also disclosed that they met with Abubakar Malami, Nigeria’s minister of justice and attorney general of the federation (AGF), to further investigate eight potential cases of Nigerian army war crimes against humanity.

ICC says several “files pertaining to alleged violations by members of the army were submitted to the Office (of the prosecutor). These files relate to a limited extent to the two potential cases identified by the Office”.

“Of the 27 files provided to the Office, 24 either lacked information to determine their relevance for the admissibility assessment or did not appear relevant.

The ICC complained that “other information specifically requested by the Office which was assessed to be potentially relevant to the admissibility assessment has yet to be provided by the Nigerian authorities”.

The ICC who also said it is examining the farmers-herders crisis in Nigeria, added that since 2017, the Nigerian authorities appear to have “taken concrete steps toward fulfilling their primary responsibility to investigate and prosecute ICC crimes”.

However the prosecutor noted that the Nigerian government always denies any allegations against the Nigerian army.

“While there seems to be a tangible prospect of further proceedings against members of Boko Haram, including high-level commanders, at this stage the same cannot be said of the NSF, in particular since the Nigerian authorities tend to deny any allegation against the latter.

“While acknowledging the cooperation of the Nigerian authorities in the course of the preliminary examination, the Office will require, for the purpose of expediting its complementarity assessment, further information and evidence
demonstrating that relevant national proceedings are being or intended to be conducted without delay”.

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Politicians insert money into bread and distribute to voters to buy votes – INEC reveal

Politicians insert money into bread and distribute to voters to buy votes - INEC

INEC has revealed that politicians now bypass security by inserting money into bread to buy votes. Mr Mahmood Yakubu, the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, stated that the umpire does not buy or sell votes during elections.

He, however, disclosed that he was at the ongoing public hearing organised by the National Assembly to hear from those who buy and sell votes to know how it’s being done.

Present at the hearing were President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki; Speaker, House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara; other leaders and members of the National Assembly, political parties, security agencies and more.

Following the hearing, Yakubu revealed that it was discovered that one of the way‎s through which politicians beat security to buy votes during elections is to insert Naira notes in sandwiches while pretending that they are feeding voters.

He said:

We talk too much as a nation. We should stop talking and do more for our country.

 

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Court orders final forfeiture of NDDC director Tuoyo Omatsuli’s N1.8bn properties

A Lagos court has ordered the final forfeiture of NDDC director Tuoyo Omatsuli’s N1.8bn properties, in choice areas in the Nigeria.

Court orders final forfeiture of NDDC director Tuoyo Omatsuli’s N1.8bn properties lailasnews

Justice Chuka A. Obiozor of the Federal High Court sitting in Ikoyi, Lagos who ordered the final forfeiture to the Federal Government, had on Thursday, May 17, 2018, ordered the interim forfeiture of the properties, following an ex-parte application filed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

Court orders final forfeiture of NDDC director, Tuoyo Omatsuli’s N1.8bn properties lailasnews 1

This came after EFCC, through its counsel, Ekene Iheanacho, narrated to the court how a contractor with the NDDC, Starline Consultancy Services Limited, was paid N10, 218, 019, 060.59 (Ten Billion, Two Hundred and Eighteen Million, Nineteen Thousand and Sixty Naira) as consultancy fee for levies collected from oil processing companies in the Niger Delta Region, and how over N3.6 billion of the sum was paid as kickback to Omatsuli through a proxy company named Building Associates Limited.

“Some of the funds were used by Building Associates to buy properties in the name of a company, Don Parker Properties Limited, where Omatsuli had a majority shareholding,” Iheanacho further told the court.

Court orders final forfeiture of NDDC director, Tuoyo Omatsuli’s N1.8bn properties lailasnews 2

The properties are: Block 117, Plot 4, Lekki Peninsula Scheme, TPAO 992, Ikate Ancient City, Eti-Osa L.G.A, Lagos, measuring 1804.089Sqm and Plots 1-18, Block 43, TPAO 992, Ikate Ancient City, Lekki Peninsula, Eti-Osa, Lagos, measuring 10,000Sqm.

Others are: Plot 1b, Northern Business District, Lekki Peninsula Scheme 1, measuring 1000Sqm and Plot 1; Block 25, Lekki Peninsula Residential Scheme 1, Eti-Osa L.G.A, measuring 2989.10Sqm.

One Francis Momoh, who is described as the majority shareholder in Building Associates Limited, was introduced as a shareholder in Don Parker Properties Limited so as to disguise the nature of the crime.

Court orders final forfeiture of NDDC director, Tuoyo Omatsuli’s N1.8bn properties lailasnews 3

While granting the interim forfeiture order earlier in May, the Judge directed the EFCC to publish the order in any national newspaper notifying the respondents or anyone interested in the properties to appear before the court and show cause why the properties should not be forfeited to the Federal Government of Nigeria. In October, the respondents­ filed an application opposing the forfeiture order and claiming ownership of the properties.

However the Judge who ruled in court today, ordered the final forfeiture of NDDC director Tuoyo Omatsuli’s N1.8bn properties to the federal government.

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Mel B hospitalized after fracturing ribs and hand, undergoes 3-hour surgery

Mel B has been hospitalized in New York after she fractured her ribs and hand, an incident that made her undergo a 3-hour emergency surgery.

Mel B hospitalized after fracturing her ribs and hand, undergoes 3-hour surgery lailasnews

Mel B who shared a photo of her arm in a purple foam protector and a video of other Spice Girl group members – except Victoria Beckham – visiting her in the hospital, was on a whirlwind tour promoting her new book Brutally Honest, an autobiography exposing her allegedly abusive marriage to former husband Stephen Belafonte.

Mel B hospitalized after fracturing her ribs and hand, undergoes 3-hour surgery lailasnews 1

However TMZ gathered that she was staying at a friend’s house on Saturday night. She was asleep in an upstairs bedroom when she woke up and decided to go downstairs. The staircase was narrow and Mel lost her footing and fell.

The 43-year-old singer who confirmed that she fractured her ribs and hand via an Instagram post, disclosed that she had to cancel her latest signing but promised to reschedule.

Mel B hospitalized after fracturing her ribs and hand, undergoes 3-hour surgery lailasnews 2

She wrote;

Suffering two broken ribs, a severed right hand needing emergency care, to having had to have over a 3 hr surgery to repair the damage hence the purple sling.

I’ve had to unfortunately cancel my book signing today in NY, I apologise to each and everyone of you who bought their tickets to meet me today. I’m absolutely gutted but I can assure you it WILL happen at a later date. I promise.

For now my right hand/arm is all stitched up and I’m trying to keep still to heal my broken ribs, ohhh the pain, but I’m in super safe hands with the care of everyone here at the hospital!!!!! thank you all for understanding, I love you all #accidentshappen #hospital #needtimetoheal.

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