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The police detectives at the Delta State Police Command, on Wednesday arrested a 57-year-old native doctor and five others with a sack load of female pants at Oduke community in Asaba, Delta State.

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Andrew Aniamaka, who confirmed the arrest of the suspects to journalists in Asaba, disclosed that the suspect, identified as Chief Chinedu Ebere, hailed from Imo State and had in the past eighteen years been living in Oduke community under the guise of selling perishable goods before nemesis caught up with him.

Aniamaka said that he and others were arrested following intelligence gathering during the police detectives’ raid in the community.

DSP Aniamaka said, “Oduke community had been under siege of unsuspecting hoodlums, kidnappings, all forms of criminal activities and the police; acting on intelligence gathering swooped on the community where the herbalists and the three tricycle thieves were arrested.

“Investigation is ongoing and on completion, the suspects will be charged to court. The police will do everything possible to bring to book all criminals terrorising the state.”

The police PRO further added that the three tricycle thieves: Benson Adah, Edward Chiamaka and Lucky Chibuzor upon interrogation confessed to the crime, saying that they have been involved in the stealing of tricycles over the years, and sell in Onitsha before nemesis caught up with them.

The 57-year-old herbalist, while speaking with newsmen, said he regretted his involvement in fetish activities.

His words, “I am a trained mechanic and I was doing well until I was introduced into the fetish activities. The pants are for rituals; we buy them from youths, and make use of them for the purposes of riches.

“I have made reasonable money before the police arrested me. I want the police to forgive me; I am now a full fledged native doctor. I don’t kill but prepare charms for good for people who want my help.

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    October 22, 2019 at 5:03 am

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Man to Court in Ondo State: I thought I was killing a goat while slaughtering my wife

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A Magistrate Court sitting in Akure, the Ondo State capital, has been told by a 63-year-old man, Oluwatunbosun Fadahunsi, that he thought he was killing a goat while slaughtering his wife, Funmilayo Fadahunsi.
Fadahunsi is standing trial on a one count charge of murder.
According to available in formation, Fadahunsi, who is being tried before Chief Magistrate Charity Adeyanju, committed the offences on October 5, 2019 at about 6:30am at Ita-Ipele Camp, Owo Local Government Area of Ondo State.
He told the court: “She cried for help.
“But at the point of matcheting her, her cry sounded like that of a goat.
“So, I thought I was actually killing a goat.
“It was after killing her that my eyes became clear and I ran away.
“I don’t understand how it all happened.
“Please have mercy on me.
“We only had quarrel over our children school fees.
“I never knew when I matcheted her.
“It was after she died that I realised what I had done.
“Please have mercy on me and help me beg my children.”
The couple had five children together.
The one count charge reads: “That you, Dahunsi Oluwatubosun, ‘m’ on October 5, 2019 at about 6:30am at Ita-Ipele Camp via Owo in the Ondo Magisterial District unlawfully matcheted your wife, Funmilayo Dahunsi ‘f’ on her two hands, head, stomach, neck and her jaw with cutlass to death and thereby committed an offence contrary to section 316 and punishable under section 319(1) of the Criminal Code Cap. 37 Volume 1 Laws of Ondo State of Nigeria, 2006.”
The police prosecutor, Sergeant, Suleiman Abdulateef, told the court that he had filed an application for the remand of the accused person in prison custody pending the advice from the office of the Director for Public Prosecution.
Adeyanju granted the prayer of Abdulateef, ordering the remand of the accused person in the Olokuta Prison Correctional Center pending the advice from the DPP.
Adeyanju adjourned the case till January 13, 2020.

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SexForGrades: UNILAG sets up panel to try accused lecturers

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The University of Lagos has set up a panel to investigate two senior lecturers, Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu and Dr. Samuel Oladipo, accused of involvement in the sex-for-admission scandal story uncovered by BBC Africa Eye.
This was announced on Wednesday by the Principal Assistant Registrar (Communication Unit) of the school, Taiwo Oloyede.
According to Oloyede, the panel is headed by Ayodele Atsenuwa, professor of Public Law, Faculty of Law, who is also the incumbent Dean of the faculty.
She said the panel will probe the allegations of sexual harassment levelled against Igbeneghu of the Department of European Languages and Integrated Studies, Faculty of Arts and Oladipo of the Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences as well as other related cases.
Both of them had earlier been suspended by the University.
The statement said: “As previously announced in the university’s press release dated Monday, October 7, 2019, Dr. Samuel Oladipo who was featured in the full version of the BBC broadcast, has been suspended from work with immediate effect and barred from the university academic areas until the conclusion of the panel’s assignment.
“The university wishes to inform the general public that the panel set up to investigate another allegation of sexual harassment involving a professor in the university in June 2018 still subsists and awaits further information that will aid in concluding the investigation.
“Students and members of staff who have relevant information are encouraged to come forward. Their protection is assured.”

 

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