Thursday, 10 October 2013

400 Level Student Kidnaps Landlord's Daughter For Three Years, Impregnates Her & Turns The Child To Cripple

The Lagos State Police Command has apprehended a 37-year-old man, Ajibola Idowu, for allegedly kidnapping the daughter of his landlord for three years.

The police said that after Brown had given birth to the child, Ajibola refused to allow the child access to immunisation.

As a result, the child was said to have contracted polio disease and subsequently became crippled.

Lagos Deputy Police Public Relations Officer, Damasus Ozoani, said that Ajibola, was arrested along with his mother, Ebun, who allegedly conspired with him to commit the act.

He said, “Brown, a 400 level student of Business Administration at the Lagos State University, was kidnapped by Ajibola who kept her in captivity with his family for “three years between 2010 and 2013.

“On September 19, 2013, policemen from Area E Command, went to the Sagamu area of Ogun State to rescue the victim and also arrested the mother of the abductor, who watched over the victim. Ajibola was later arrested in the Idumota area of Lagos Island.

“During the three years, Ajibola kept Brown in three locations -Oshogbo, Osun State, where she spent six months; Bariga, Lagos, where she spent six months; and Sagamu, Ogun State, where she spent about two years.

“Ajibola forcefully impregnated Brown while in captivity. She delivered a baby girl, who later became deformed as a result of Ajibola’s refusal to have the baby immunised against the Polio virus.”

Brown described her ordeal in the hands of her abductor as a journey through the valley of the shadow of death. She said she was abducted at her father’s house in the Ebute Meta area of Lagos State.

She said, “I can’t even remember how he kidnapped me. All I know is that he held me captive for three years. It’s as if I was under a spell. Even when I was going to give birth, he did not allow me to go to a hospital. The baby was delivered at home and he was the one giving me medication.

“Even one day, when state officials came to the area to immunise children, he said he would not allow the child to be immunised, saying the drugs had been poisoned. Once, when I tried to leave, he threatened to kill me.”

It was learnt that during her time in captivity, the victim’s parents, who are retired civil servants, searched hospitals, mortuaries, police stations and churches for her all to no avail.

The victim’s father, Idowu Brown, said he had no clue that Ajibola was the abductor. He said, “I never knew it was Ajibola that kidnapped my daughter. He was my tenant for six years and greeted me every day.

We even used to share jokes. He was aware that I had been looking “for my daughter for three years but he never said anything.

“When we could not find her, I reported the matter at FESTAC Police Division. It was in September this year that we heard from our daughter for the first time. She told us that she was in Sagamu and my wife went there.

“There we met Ajibola’s mother. That was how we found out that he (tenant) was the one behind the whole thing.”

The suspects however denied abducting the landlord’s daughter. Ajibola’s mother claimed her on and Brown were lovers, who decided to elope, maintaining that the case was not an abduction.

She said, “They were lovers. I never got involved in their matter until the child was born. I went to stay with them for about seven months to take care of the child, who was very ill. A few months after I left, they moved in with me at my three-bedroom house at Sagamu because they had been evicted.

“Ajibola was not staying with us because his business was in Lagos but I was with Brown “most of the time. Many times, I would ask her about her parents and when I could meet them but she kept on giving silly excuses until the day her mother came to my house with policemen.”

Ajibola, who is into satellite dish installation, said the plan to elope was hatched by Brown who paid N200, 000 into his bank account. The money was said to have been meant for her school project.

He said he could not understand why she would make such allegations against him.

“I did not kidnap her; we were lovers and decided to elope. Even when she was at my house, she used to make calls to her relatives telling them that she was alright,” he said.

Source: Punch Nigeria

Saturday, 28 September 2013

23 Hawaiian goats stolen, with duct tape used to keep them quiet

More than 20 purebred goats-- most of them pregnant -- were stolen from a Hawaii farm on a full moonlit night, with duct tape used to keep the animals from making noise, their owner said.

Sometime between Thursday night and Friday morning, 23 goats valued for a total of about $10,000 were stolen from Kahuku Goats, a 250-acre farm on Oahu's North Shore, said owner Keal Pontin. Two bucks were left behind with ropes around their neck and duct tape over their mouths, he said Monday.

"It was devastating to us," said Pontin, 23, who has been goat farming with several friends for about a year. "We're going to find these guys."

Twenty-one of the goats were pregnant and 10 of them were days away from giving birth. "If you think about it, they're taking nannies with babies in them and throwing them over a 6-foot-tall fence," he said. "Just thinking of our pregnant goats going over a fence like that is just sickening to us."

Pontin suspects the thieves watched the farm, got to know their routine, then waited for the light of a full moon. "To haul that many animals out ... they had to have help," he said. "This was a production. They came in on a full moon."

Six of the goats were pets, bottle-fed from birth. One of them is named Kiwi and was about to give birth. "She grew up in our arms, following us around the farm, feeding her," Pontin said. "That was the most important one to us. She was like our family."

Pontin contacted police and is offering a reward amount that he doesn't want to disclose. The case has been classified as second-degree theft and police are following up on leads, said Honolulu Police Department spokeswoman Michelle Yu.

"I just want my animals back," he said. "We love farming. We love ranching. This is our passion."

Ever since KHON-TV first reported the thefts, Pontin said he's been hearing about goats being sold cheaply, for about $20 to $100 each.

Source: mercurynews

Suspect escapes from court

A 33- year old suspect yesterday escaped from an Ikeja Magistrate court, just before his matter was called for arraignment.

The suspect Ayo Adelaja, was supposed to be arraigned before Magistrate Miss Akinde, over alleged reckless driving and Ilegal U-turn.

It was gathered that Adelaja’s counsel asked the investigating police officer IPO, to let him have a discussion with the defendant, only for him to escape afterwards.

Adelaja, who was the driver of a Honda City Saloon Car with registration number KSF 32 BB, was said to have taken an ilegal U- turn along Kudirat Abiola way at Oregun area of Lagos, on September 23, 2013 at about 4:30pm.

It was also gathered that he damaged a Tricycle, belonging to one Baba Abba, when he allegedly took the Ilegal U-turn, which made him to be charged to court.

Immediately the suspect escaped, the Ipo, held the suspect’s lawyer to produce the suspect.

Source: Vanguard

Thursday, 12 September 2013

Woman Arrested with Cocaine Disguised Herself As Being Pregnant (PHOTO)

A Canadian national has been arrested in Colombia after trying to board a flight to Toronto with a phony pregnant belly stuffed with cocaine, police say.

The tourist caught the attention of a policewoman at Bogota's International Airport who allegedly asked her how far along she was.

She reacted aggressively, which aroused the suspicion of officials who went on to search her.

This year, nearly 150 people were caught with drugs at Bogota's airport.

About a third of them were foreign nationals, according to the Colombian authorities.

The Canadian national had entered Colombia at the beginning of August and was about to board a flight to return to Toronto, when a policewoman asked her how long she had been pregnant.

"The Canadian didn't like the question, which made the official suspicious. Instinctively, she then very delicately touched the lady's belly, realising it was too hard and extremely cold," said the deputy director of Colombia's police anti-narcotics section, Colonel Esteban Arias Melo.

The woman allegedly said she was seven months pregnant.

After performing a body search, the police found two sealed bags stashed inside the latex belly, which contained 2kg (5lb) of cocaine.

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Source: BBC News

Monday, 9 September 2013

Bicycle Dealer Ingests 1.7 kg Heroine

A 40 year-old bicycle parts dealer has been arrested by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) with 1.700kg of heroin.

The suspect, Nweke Livinus Uchenna whose journey originated from Pakistan was found to have ingested narcotics during routine search of passengers on Etihad flight at the arrival hall of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos. NDLEA commander at the Lagos airport, Hamza Umar said that the suspect excreted 100 wraps of substances that tested positive for heroin weighing 1.700kg.

“While he was under observation, Nweke Livinus Uchenna excreted 100 wraps of heroin. He has provided useful information that the investigation team are working on” Hamza stated.

The suspect who is married with a child said that he is heavily indebted. “I was a successful dealer of bicycle parts until I lost 9 million naira to fraudsters in 2009.

That was the beginning of my problems. As I speak, I am heavily indebted to the extent that I am afraid to switch on my cell phones. My brother is also bedridden for three years and they look unto me for assistance. I feel sad that I am in this condition.

Circumstances forced me to collect 450,000 naira to smuggle drugs from Pakistan. I pray for forgiveness” Nnweke apologized.

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Source: The Nation

Okada Man Has Sex With 5-Year-Old Girl, Pays Her N5 Afterwards

A 28-year-old okada rider, Mr Tope Daisi, currently being held by the police in Oyo State over the alleged defilement of a five-year-old girl, was said to have offered the girl N5 which the girl used to buy sweet after the act.

This was revealed to Crime Reports during an interview with the victim, Sekinat (not real name) after the suspect was arrested by detectives from Eleyele police station. It was learnt that though the act was committed on Tuesday, August 27, Seki’s grandmother, Madam Khadijat Kolapo went to the police station on Wednesday, August 28 and narrated how her neighbour, Daisi, lured her granddaughter to his room when she went out and left the girl at home.

The elderly woman further alleged that the man stripped the girl of her cloth and defiled her, after which he gave her N5 and warned her to keep sealed lips. However, the little girl could not keep the experience and the money she earned from her seven-year-old cousin, Afusat (not real name), as she told her that Brother Tope did 'ashewo' (prostituted with) to her.

Immediately their grandmother returned home, Afusat told her what happened and said that they had already used the money to buy sweet.

The Divisional Police officer in charge of the station, Olawole Ayoola, a Deputy Superintendent of Police, reportedly ordered the suspect’s arrest but when interviewed, he denied the allegation, though he could not explain why he was the one pointed at among other men in the neighbourhood. When the girl was taken to a hospital for medical examination, Crime Reports learnt that the report indicated bruises in the vaginal area though the hymen was still intact.

Narrating her experience to Crime Reports in her childish voice, Sekinat said: “I was outside and he (Daisi) came to take from our house to his room. He spread a mat on the floor, removed my pants and his trousers. He lay on me, held the thing that is used to urinate and put it in my private part. After he finished, he warned me not to tell anybody. He then gave me N5 and I used it to buy sweet.”

In an interview, the Ijebu-Ode-born suspect who disclosed that he was also a footballer, said he was surprised that the girl pointed at him.

According to him, “on the fateful day, I was at Eleyele area of the city where I normally go around 5a.m. to issue tickets to okada riders. My football club also had a match at Olubadan Stadium by 2pm. We were told to report by 1.30p.m. So, at noon, I went home on my bike to prepare. As I was coming, I saw some children playing with sand and one of them ran across, in front of the bike. I stopped and beat her but some bystanders said I should thank God that I didn’t hit the girl. I went home to have a shower and left for the stadium. In the evening, I went back to okada park and returned home around 9pm.

“I was surprised when the girl’s grandmother came to me on Wednesday, August 28 and held on to my shirt, saying that her granddaughter informed her that I took her in, removed her pants and put my organ in her private parts. I told her it was not true but she did not listen.”

The grandmother said she took over the care of the little girl because her mother became bedridden as a result of stroke she suffered.

The state’s Police Public Relations Officer, Olabisi Okuwobi-Ilobanafor, confirmed the story to Crime Reports, stating that the suspect had been transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department, Iyaganku, for further investigation.

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Source: Nigerian Tribune

Friday, 6 September 2013

Female Graduate Leads 7-Man Robbery Gang

A seven-man robbery gang led by a woman, Chioma Ezekwesiri, has been smashed by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, in Lagos, southwest Nigeria.

The robbery suspects were arrested while attempting to rob Bolatito Hotel, Kola Bus Stop, Ijaiye, Lagos.

In chat with P.M.NEWS, Chioma said she arranged for the guns with Raymond Chukwuka, a.k.a. Stubborn, they were to use for the operation, which she claimed was a land matter, whereas the police said that their mission was allegedly to rob a male customer of the hotel, who sells fertilizer, of about N8 million.

Other suspected members of the gang are: Amadi Igwe, 41, Raymond Chukwuka, 24, Ignatius Okeredi, 27, Michael Madu, 52, and Okechukwu Jerome, 28, and a yet-to-be identified member who is at large.

The alleged robbery operation, according to the police, was foiled by some staff of the hotel, who promptly made a distress call to SARS operatives.

The law enforcement agents were said to have surrounded the hotel, and later searched all its occupants. It was in the process that two locally made guns and 12 live ammunition were recovered from the robbery suspects.

“We received a distress call from a staff of Bolatito Hotel, who said they suspected some people around the hotel. The Special Anti-Robbery Squad moved in, surrounded the place and demanded to search everybody. It was in the process that two guns and 12 live ammunition were recovered in Chioma’s car. This led to the arrest of all her gang members,” a top police source told P.M.NEWS.
Following their arrest and conclusion of investigation, the police took them to court.

Chioma, 35, who claimed to be a Law graduate from the University of Lagos, was remanded in prison custody along with six other members of her gang by Magistrate A.O. Komolafe of the Magistrates’ Court, Ikeja.

They are facing a three count charge of robbery, conspiracy and unlawful possession of firearms.

Chioma claimed that she graduated from UNILAG in 1999, was called to the bar in 2000, and owns a Non-Governmental Organisation, Youth of All Nations Empowerment Association. But authorities of the University of Lagos said she did not graduate from that institution.

An officer of the school, who craved anonymity, said Chioma cannot claim to be an alumnus of the university if she cannot provide her matriculation number.

“The fact that she claimed to have gone to Law School with the first batch is not substantial enough. UNILAG usually sends graduating students at a stretch, not in batches. My position on the issue is that she did not graduate from UNILAG, and so she was not our student,” the officer said.

Chioma’s claim of being called to the Bar was also debunked by Barrister Tunji Busari of Cognate Solicitors, who explained that “we have a directory for all lawyers. We have all their names with the year they were called to bar, with their NBA registration numbers. When I checked through her name in the directory, I could not find her name in my record book.”

When our reporter called Mr. J.E. Joshua, the chairman of Youth of All Nations Empowerment Association, he denied that Chioma is the founder of the association.

“She just participated in a charity work which the association embarked on in April, and promised to participate fully in other projects of the NGO. But we decided to stop working with her when we realised that she wasn’t a straight forward person. She is not working with us,” Joshua stated.

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Source: PM News

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