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A man allegedly battered his wife then had the courage to boast about it on Facebook while challenging the police to come and arrest him.

 

The man, with the Facebook user name Afobaje Maiyegun, hinted that the incident had to do with him talking to a woman.

 

Sharing photos of his bleeding wife, he wrote: “I beat my wife and am waiting for her police because I talk to a woman.”

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Outrage as man batters his wife then brags about it on Facebook by sharing photos of her bleeding face

 

Though he posted the photos a week ago, it just got the attention of Facebook users and they are currently camped on his wall, calling him out.

 

 

Outrage as man batters his wife then brags about it on Facebook by sharing photos of her bleeding face

 

See a few comments below.

 

Outrage as man batters his wife then brags about it on Facebook by sharing photos of her bleeding face

Outrage as man batters his wife then brags about it on Facebook by sharing photos of her bleeding face

Outrage as man batters his wife then brags about it on Facebook by sharing photos of her bleeding face

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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Burial: COVID 19 protocol violators to pay N100m fine – Rivers govt

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The Rivers state Government has placed N 100 m fine for violators of COVID – 19 burials protocols in the state .
According to the state Commissioner for Health , Prof. Princewill Chike, on Saturday , the monetary sanction followed the state’ s executive council decision .
Chike added that Local Government Council Chairmen across the state had been directed to ensure that burial protocols were strictly adhered to in their respective domains.
He said , “ Public burials in the state remain as outlined by the gazette of the state stipulating that no more than 50 persons should be allowed in burials in Rivers State .
“ We also agreed that Local Government Chairmen should also assist the burial committees to ensure that this planned directive of the Rivers State Executive Council is carried to the letter . Every defaulter to these regulations would be made to pay a fine of N 100 m .”
The Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, had earlier in June 2020 issued an executive order prescribing a N 10 m fine for anyone conducting a burial contrary to the provisions of the order.A move intended to check the spread of the coronavirus in the state .
The gazetted order , RVSG – 122020 stipulates that any person intending to hold a public burial in the state or take any corpse outside the state for burial must apply to the Governor for approval through the state Commissioner for Health.
The order , which took effect from June 5 2020 , also stipulates that any application for burial of any person that died from February 1 , 2020 must be accompanied by a death certificate showing whether or not the death was related to COVID – 19 .

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Five arrested for gang raping 14-year-old girl in Bauchi

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Five persons have been arrested for gang -raping a 14 -year -old girl in Bauchi .
The Bauchi State Police Command said this in a statement signed by its Public Relations Officer , Ahmed Wakil , a Deputy Superintendent of Police , and made available to journalists in the state on Saturday .
He said , “ On the 22 nd September 2020 about 11 am, a team of Policemen drafted to Udubo village in Gamawa L .G .A of Bauchi , arrested the following suspects namely ; Sagir Ahmed , Male , ( 22 ) , Muhammed Tukur , Male , ( 24 ) , Haruna Babayo , ( 32 ) , Musa Dahiru , Male , ( 30 ) and Bappah Garba , Male , ( 24 ) , of Unguwar Baba and Unguwar Chadi Gamawa, which have been raping one Hauwa ( not real name) , female , ( 14 ) of the same address at different times and occasions by giving her N 200 and N 500 .
“ When interrogated , all the suspects confessed to the crime . While the victim was taken to General Hospital Gamawa for medical attention. ”
He said that the said Sagir Ahmed mentioned above is one of the wanted suspects for the case of rape.
An investigation is in progress , he added , after which the suspects would be charged to court for prosecution .
Wakil also mentioned that a 28 -year old man was arrested for allegedly luring a 13 – year -old boy and forcefully had anal sexual intercourse with him.Wakil added that , “ On 23 rd September 2020 about 1 pm , one Usman Ahmed , Male aged 46 yrs of Unguwan Doya Gombe Road , Bauchi , reported at ‘A ’ Divisional Headquarters Bauchi that on the same date about 11 am, one Yusuf Yakubu, Male , ( 28 ) of Bayan Ganuwa , Yakubu Wanka Gombe Road Bauchi , lured his son by name Salisu ( not real name) ( 13 ) to his house situated at Bayan Ganuwa area and forcefully had anal sexual intercourse with him.
“ Upon receipt of the report, a team of Policemen was drafted to the scene and the victim was taken to the General Hospital Bauchi for medical treatment .
“ All suspects arrested confessed to the crime . An investigation is in progress after which the suspect will be charged to court for prosecution. ”

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