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Tuesday, 25 July 2017


A suspected internet fraudster popularly known as Yahoo Yahoo has been caught while attempting to use his girlfriend for rituals.

According a Facebook user who posted it online said it happened at Palace Road, Oginigba, Trans-Amadi Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
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Igbo President Dead on Arrival

Tony Iwuoma explains, in this piece, why the Igbo presidency in Nigeria is belittling and deluding, however it works out.
File photo: Igbo men
That Nigeria is a besieged country is no longer news. The country is troubled on all fronts and despite pretentious motions by the government to address them, the more they escalate.
Obviously the most aggrieved and marginalised, the Igbo have been in the forefront of agitations to correct the injustices done to them and others, who, instructively, have keyed into the project after years of nonchalance. Now, the cries to restructure the country have gained momentum across the land.
As a distraction from the main discourse, ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo mooted the idea of Igbo presidency lately. Sadly, many undiscerning Igbo latched onto it. However, the idea of Igbo presidency is as repugnantly warped as it is deceptively crafted to further put the Igbo down.
By the way, what does Igbo president mean? A president of the Igbo, as in Biafra or president of Nigeria of Igbo extraction? A tenured president that could be impeached the next month by a conniving and conspiratorial country? A president that would still serve the interest of the Obasanjos and imperialist North, as Obasanjo himself did for the Yoruba?
The Yoruba were ‘given’ the presidency to compensate for the murder of Chief MKO Abiola, presumed winner of the June 12, 1993, presidential election, who was allegedly murdered while in detention over his insistence on reclaiming his annulled mandate. The key word ‘given’ is deliberately chosen because, truly, the powers that be schemed and ‘dashed’ the Yoruba the presidency, yet imposing their surrogate. The Yoruba rejected Obasanjo but nothing came of their rejection, as Obasanjo had been decreed and so it was. He became president and nobody is sure if the Yoruba has anything to show for his eight-year tenancy in Aso Rock where he, sadly, even lost his wife.
Now, the same Obasanjo intends to play the same card on the Igbo but it is dead on arrival. Obasanjo’s presidency brought the worst ridicule on the Igbo when, within that short tenure, he used the Igbo to play Russian roulette, causing them to produce four Senate presidents, Adolphus Wabara, Evan(s) Enwerem, Chuba Okadigbo and Anyim Pius, within that short space of time. It was so shameful the Igbo were projected as dry quicksand, cascading dissonantly in different directions. That is what this latest gambit wants to replicated, but it shall surely fail.
Seriously, the Igbo do not need the presidency of Nigeria; neither do we need a separatist republic of Biafra, if it can be avoided. The resurgent agitation for Biafra is borne out of the fact that the very issues that led to Biafra 50 years ago have remained with us and degenerating. The stupid removal or change of the Biafra name in Nigeria’s map has not wiped away its memory. ‘Praying’ Yakubu Gowon shares much of the blame for Nigeria’s intractable quagmire over Biafra. Until he and his co-travelers deem it fit to mobilise solution for the monster he created, the long shadow will continue to haunt not only him but also the rest of Nigeria.
Gowon never meant his duplicitous three-R policy of reintegration, reconstruction and reconciliation. Subsequent administrations, beginning from Murtala Muhammed and this same Obasanjo, followed suit to treat Igbo like pariahs, a conquered people that deserved not even the crumbs from the master’s table. That is the thrust of the restiveness among the youth. To worsen matters, the ban on the teaching of history in schools in a bid to rid the nation of the horrific memories of the civil war, made oral history the driving force of today’s agitation. These post-civil war Igbo youths, who did not experience the revulsions of the war, depend largely on what their parents told them, some distorted or exaggerated. These youths grew up experiencing the same hatred their fathers told them about, as they are killed and hunted down over issues to which they have no connection, as if Nigeria decided that honour awaits whoever hurts the Igbo.
Talking about Igbo presidency is unacceptable. It is gratuitous and further subjugates the Igbo to the caprices of a domineering North. What the Igbo want is a restructured or reformed Nigeria built on true federalism whereby each component can develop at its own pace without let or hindrance. Nigeria should rise up and address the inequities in the land.
Talking about restructuring, virtually all sections of the country have agreed on the need for restructuring except the imperious North. It is unfortunate that the North has elevated itself to be Federal Republic of Nigeria, such that only the North can decide what goes, who gets what and who gets nothing; who stays in Nigeria and who must quit. Unfortunately for them, as Nigeria’s looming collapse approaches, this North is playing the ostrich. Who knows, by the time it raises its head buried in the sand, its assumed empire will have since gone for good.
It does not matter what it is called, restructuring or any other nomenclature, including mental restructuring, as canvassed by Obasanjo, what is certain is that Nigerians need to have an open-heart surgery where all sections of the country will sit at a table to discuss the way forward. Nigerians need to shun the morbid master-servant relationship in a country where all sections should be equal stakeholders. Whichever side feels it shall continue its hegemony and unjust hold on others is in for a great shock.
The problem with Nigeria is having neophytes and accidental leaders, who see no good in superior argument but rather see pragmatic men of goodwill as opportunists, and yet only pontificate sickening solutions to national malaise.
These small men dabble into office and become mega thinkers, cogitating ill conceived ideas that promote copious hate and division. Nigeria waits to see how much longer their affected nationalism will save this behemoth.
However it works out, Igbo presidency is belittling and deluding. Those already salivating over the king’s porridge should check if truly Igbo blood flows in them. Daniel and his friends rejected that varnished meal, refusing to defile themselves, thus the Hebrew children defied both fire and the lion’s fangs, because the Lord of hosts stepped into the arena of battle (Daniel 3). Likewise, every wise Igbo must reject the offer of a hollow presidency. Let there be equity, justice and fairness for all; the Igbo can stand firm on their feet unaided once the proper paradigms are in place.
Written by Tony Iwuoma

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Team of Nigerian Doctors Successfully Conduct Total Knee Replacement Surgery on a Woman (Graphic Photos)

The Sokoto State-owned Orthopedic Hospital in Wamakko Local Government Area of Sokoto State have successfully conducted a bilateral total knee transplant.
The team of doctors who performed the surgery
While speaking with newsmen on Monday, the Chief Medical Director of the Orthopedic Hospital in Wamakko, Sokoto State. Dr Nuradeen Altine Aliyu,disclosed that on Sunday, July 23, the Sokoto State-owned hospital successfully conducted a bilateral total knee transplant on a 50-year old woman.
Aliyu stated that the successful surgery was conducted on the lucky woman who was hitherto suffering from Osteoathritis or severe degenerative disease of both knees.
"The surgery was conducted by Surgeons of the hospital and their colleagues from the National Orthopedic Hospital, Dala in Kano, Kano State.

"The entire procedure cost N 1million per knee, hence gulping only N 2million, as it was highly subsidized by the state government.

"The surgery would have costed her nearly N N 5million per knee, totaling N 2 million for the two knees, if it was done outside Nigeria. This is great relief for her, as the cost had been highly subsidized here, compared to other places like India, Egypt or Germany."
Aliyu commended the state government for providing the implants needed for such surgeries at highly subsidized prices, coupled with other incentives.
While also commenting during the media parley, the State Health Commissioner, Dr Balarabe Shehu Kakale, urged other prospective clients to patronize the cheap medical services available at the hospital.
Kakale stated that the hospital has the equipment and manpower to provide an array of orthopedic and other related medical services, at highly subsidized prices.
"This is better than embarking on medical tourism which is more costly and highly inconveniencing. The state government will continue to support the hospital to function effectively, to bring more succor to patients in the state and other parts of Nigeria."

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Group Urges Osinbajo to Order Nnamdi Kanu's Immediate Arrest

Some Yoruba groups have accused Nnamdi Kanu of taking Nigerians for granted, stressing that the IPOB leader is attempting to provoke the Nigerian youths.
Nnamdi Kanu *holding the mic*
The Yoruba Youth Congress (YYC) and the Coalition of Southwest Youths groups have called on the Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo to order the immediate arrest of the leader of the Indigeneous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu.
The groups accused Kanu of taking Nigerians for granted, stressing that the IPOB leader is attempting to provoke the Nigerian youths.
Chairman of the Coalition of Southwest Youths groups who doubles as the National President of Yoruba Youths Congress, Prince Dapo Adepoju who addressed reporters in Akure, the state capital, said the groups are also aligning with the position of the Coalition of Northern Youth which asked the United Nations (UN) to see the IPOB as a terror group.
The Yoruba groups warned Kanu not to provoke violence in the country, noting that nobody has the monopoly of violence.
Adepoju disclosed that concerted efforts are being made at dousing rising temper of over 25million Yoruba Youths who are not happy with the war like attitude of Kanu and his men.
He said “We decided to keep mute all along as we felt Kanu and his men will allow for dialogue.

“But we are surprised that despite the fact that the Northern youths who earlier issue quit notice to the Igbo’s has make a U-turn on their decision, Kanu and his men are still moving around spreading hate speeches

“We are tired as we are losing patience, in as much as we understand that Kanu does not have the support of the majority of the Igbo’s, we felt its high time the security operatives do their job in getting him arrested

“Kanu does not have monopoly of violence as efforts are been made at dousing rising temper of over 25million Yoruba Youths who are not happy with the war like attitude of kanu and his men

“We therefore use this medium to call on the acting president, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo to oder the arrest of Kanu

“We equally support the letter addressed to the UN by the coalition of Nothern Youths to declare IPOB a terror group," he said.
Adepoju also called on president Muhammadu Buhari’s administration to call for national Youths Confab, saying it will go a long way in itemizing the issues affecting the Nigerian youths.

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Tears as Passenger Plane Crashes Into a Hillside...See the Number of People Who Perished (Photos)

A passenger plane has tragically crashed into a hillside, killing its passengers and sparking some panic among families.
The crash site
As many as seven people have been killed after a plane crashed into a hill, Daily Star UK reports.
The aircraft was flying through bad weather when it crashed into a steep hill and tumbled to lower ground – killing the pilot and six passengers.
Two of the bodies were found completely burned while the other five were dismembered.
Pictures show the small plane scattered in pieces around the area.
The wreckage was discovered by a small plane near the town of Imala in the north-western Mexican state of Sinaloa.
It was about 17 miles from Culiacan airport.
Authorities confirmed the names of those who had been killed.
A spokesman for the communications and transport ministry said: "The plane was carrying the pilot, Geronimo Meza Rios and six passengers named as Luis Angulo Loaiza, Guadalupe Angulo Loaiza, Jesus Angulo Loaiza, Aracelo Angulo Aispuro, Antonio Angulo Nunez and Fidencio Angulo Vidana."
Relatives were at the scene yesterday to claim the bodies of their loved ones.
An investigation into the accident is being conducted.
Constant heavy rain was reported to have been a possible contributor to the accident.
It is not known when the outcome of the investigation will be released.

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Nigerian Pastor in Netherlands Allegedly Pushes His Wife Down From Upstairs (Graphic Photos)

A Nigerian cleric in Europe has been accused of physically abusing his wife who is lying in critical condition at the hospital.
David Steven and his wife when the going was good
A Nigerian pastor named David Steven, from Edo state living in the Netherlands nearly killed his wife by pushing her down from upstairs.
The wife sustained injuries and is battling for her life in hospital, according to reports and pictoral evidences gathered.
Pastor David in trying to refute the rumour said that he did not beat his wife. According to him, he had a misunderstanding with his wife and when she came back, he tried to say some romantic words to her before opening the door for her but surprisingly, he saw his wife in a 'weird' mind state.
It was during the process that the wife mistakenly slipped off and hit her head on the floor. He however urged wives not to lay their hands first on their husbands no matter what the situation is.
Many social media users however disputed his claims. Many of them were of the opinion that he was trying to cover up.
They argued that a real man of God won't come online to defend himself after mercilessly beating his wife. Several African clerics have been more embroiled in controversies more than their congregants in recent times.
See more photos below:

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Young Mother Causes Serious Outrage After Breastfeeding Her Baby While Smoking Bong (Photos)

A woman has caused quite an outrage after she was found breastfeeding her baby while smoking on a bong.
Kayla Marlow
Kayla Marlow, a young mum has received a torrent of online abuse after sharing a picture of her breastfeeding, while smoking on a bong.
The young woman shared the image showing her inhaling from the object, while cradling her baby in her other hand.
Her friend, who appears more than happy to help her out, lights the bong while Kayla takes a deep pull.
Marlow then took to Facebook to share the image on a cannabis parenting support group.
She captioned the image with “Need a safe place to share this beautiful picture” and “feeling blessed”.
Shortly after posting the picture, Kayla’s page was bombarded with negative comments.
One user commented: “I’m not against weed, however what they are doing is child endangerment it would be the same if I lit a cigarette in the house with my kids.”
Another added: “If you are going to smoke it do it away from the baby! Staged or not you’re main concern should be feeding your baby, not posting pictures on Facebook.”
One wrote: “Never mind second hand infant smoke inhalation….it’s just cannabis……f** idiots.
“I’m no doctor but I’m pretty sure a newborn child breathing anything besides air is probably bad.”
Kayla, and her friend in the picture, have both closed their Facebook accounts after the furious backlash.

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UK Man Uses 'Trick' to Expose Nigerian Yahoo-Boy Who Cons People of Their Hard-earned Money (Photos)

A UK father who was frustrated after a relative was conned by scammers has used a trick to expose a Nigerian scammer on Facebook.
David Walker painted his face to look like a woman to expose a Nigerian conman
A Nigerian Yahoo-boy was forced to beg for forgiveness after a prankster father from UK dressed up like a woman and pretended to be a vulnerable woman and then exposed his scam online, according to a report by Dailymail.
The man identified as David Walker, 39, asked his daughter to put make-up on him and created a fake Facebook profile named 'Julian Le Flange' to lure online predators after a family friend was conned into handing over thousands of pounds in an online romance.
The father-of-two was soon approached by a 'religious pastor' from Nigeria who quickly declared his love for Julian before asking for $900 (£690) so that he could get a flight to the UK.
However Mr Walker took advantage of the scammer's eagerness to get his hands on the cash by luring him into a hilarious exchange that ended with the father sending a photo of his daughter's toys labelled as the 'Western Union shop'.
But he was subsequently banned by Facebook for 'breaching the firm's anti-bullying policy'. Speaking on the experience, Walker said: 'Unfortunately lots of people do get stitched up by these conmen. She was very embarrassed about what happened and it had a very negative effect on her. My friend really likes what I'm doing and is supportive of it.
'I roped in my daughter to put some make-up on me for the photo as Julian. I can't say I enjoyed it but she certainly found it funny to make her dad look silly.
'It did the trick though as people think it's a woman.

'To lure them in, I just go on my Facebook as Julian and use the account to comment on popular stories on news articles. Soon enough these conmen start contacting you as they see you active.
'I always report them to Facebook but often there's nothing they can do because they've not yet committed a crime. 
'Instead I often get banned. I've had my account suspended around five times. I think it's because I post private conversations without the other party's consent.
'The man mistook me for a woman and was trying to romance me in a confidence trick to get money on the pretence of a flight over to the UK - but of course he would never turn up.
'Once I shared the pictures on my Facebook of how I had strung him along for so long he then started getting loads of messages from everyone giving him lots of abuse.
'He then came back to me demanding I tell everyone to stop messaging him. He got to the point where he was very angry indeed and he did everything from rant and rage to grovel. He was begging me to get people to stop harassing him, it was hilarious.

'However I didn't want to help him, hopefully now he will think twice about doing it again. 
'It is nice to see him get a taste of his own medicine. He was eventually forced to delete his account.'
Mr Walker has exposed dozens of the conmen with his pranks and has developed a reputation among his friends for his online antics.

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Oh No: Nigeria's Power Generation Falls Below 3,000MW, Seven Plants Idle... See Details

The power generation in Nigeria has dropped again as new revelation shows that as many as seven power plants are lying idle.
Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola
A The Punch report has shown that the nation’s power generation has fallen below the 3,000 megawatts mark as the number of idle power plants increased to eight on Sunday from five on Friday.
According to the report, the nation’s power grid lost a total of 743.4MW over the weekend as generation dropped from 3,306.6MW on Friday to 2,632.4MW and 2,563.2MW on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
The total generation stood at 2,886.7MW as of 6am on Monday, with seven power plants, including Sapele II and Alaoji II not generating any megawatt.
Other idle plants on Monday were Afam IV & V, Gbarain II, AES, ASCO and Rivers IPP, according to the latest data from the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing.
Electricity generation from the nation’s biggest power station, Egbin, located in Lagos, dropped to 272MW as of 6am on Monday from 381MW and 312MW and on Friday and Sunday, respectively.
The power grid, which has suffered 13 total collapses this year, experienced a partial collapse last Wednesday, the third of such this year.
At Afam IV & V, units GT1 to 12 have been de-commissioned and scrapped; GT13 to 16 are out on blade failure; GT17 and 18 out due to burnt generator transformer; and GT19 and 20 are awaiting major overhaul.
Sapele II’s GT1 unit was said to be out on undisclosed fault; GT2 tripped on low gas pressure; GT3 out on bearing lift pump trouble; and GT4 tripped on loss of auxiliary.
Units GT1, 2 and 4 of Alaoji were said to be out due to gas constraints, while GT3 was shut down due to generator air inlet filter trouble.
Gbarain II’s GT2 was said to be out for frequency management, while AES has been out of production since September 27, 2014.
Unit GT1 of ASCO has been shut down due to leakage in the furnace, while the Rivers Independent Power Plants has been out of production since September 16, 2016.

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Anambra Election Can Only Hold If... - IPOB Leader, Nnamdi Kanu Gives Condition for Guber Election

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu who spoke at an event in Enugu on Monday where he received awards from three Igbo groups, gave the only condition for Anambra governorship election.
Nnamdi Kanu
Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, says approving a date for referendum in Nigeria by the Federal Government is the only condition that would make the November 18 governorship election possible in Anambra State.
According to The Guardian, Kanu stated that the current situation of things in the country cannot continue, insisting that the time has come when people should be allowed to decide what they want from Nigeria.
Speaking in Enugu after receiving three awards from Igbo Students, Eastern Consultative Assembly and Igbo Women Assembly, Kanu explained that Biafra has come to stay.
He said: “There will be no election in Anambra State come November 18, 2017 and there won’t be any going forward until they give me a date for referendum. They know what to do. It is very simple. They should convene a meeting, I will attend or I will send my representative. That is the only way they can have election if not, there won’t be any.”
Ask whether such position would not lead to bloodshed, especially now that Ohanaeze Ndigbo and other Igbo leaders have distanced themselves from the call, he said: “I am not bothered over that because the people are with us; we control the people one hundred per cent and come to Anambra on November 18, the world will be amazed at what will happen. We are entirely a peaceful people. We are not stopping anybody from voting. We are democrats.”
In another development, traffic yesterday was halted for several hours in Abakaliki when Kanu and his group stormed the state capital in a long convoy.
Speaking to the people that came out to welcome him, Kanu vowed to continue the struggle for the actualisation of Biafra noting that he will shut down Ebonyi for three days.
His words: “Nobody can stop Biafra because Biafra has come to stay. I will transverse all parts of Biafra land and other areas without anybody stopping me.’’

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Sad Story: How a Lady's Boyfriend of 2 Years Dumped Her and Married Another Lady 24hrs Later (Photos)

This is quite shocking... imagine dating someone for over two years and then you realize you're the side-chick after getting dumped by your partner who married another 24hours later. Here's a heartbroken lady's story.
The lady whose boyfriend ditched and married another woman
A pretty lady (above) identified as Aminah Dupree, has revealed on social media that her boyfriend of 2-years got married to another lady on Monday, 24th July 2017.
The heartbroken lady revealed that she was with him on Sunday, but he never hinted her he was getting married.
Aminah who shared photos of the newlyweds, asked everyone to wish them a happy married life while wondering why she was never given an invite.
Below is what she wrote;

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You Won't Believe What a Father of 3 Did in Lagos After Failing to Pay N60k Micro Bank Debt

A man who was obviously overtaken by fear and apprehension after failing to meet a deadline to pay back a bank loan, has reacted in a heartbreaking manner.
File photo
A father of three kids who has simply been identified as Kola has reportedly committed suicide after he borrowed N60,000 to purchase a motorcycle but was unable to pay back the Micro Finance Bank he borrowed the money from.
According to P. M. Express, the incident happened at Popoola Street, Abule Odu bus stop in Egbeda, Lagos where he resides with his family.
The deceased was said to have bought Hippo stain remover and drank after he failed to meet up with the time to pay the money he borrowed from LAPO Microfinance company.
P. M. Express reports that Kola’s business collapsed and he went to the Bank and asked for loan with  conditions attached on how he will be paying the money back.
The conditions included that he will be paying certain amount of money until he finished paying.
It was learnt that Kola was unable to repay the debt as he entered into an agreement with the bank following pressures from the family.
He was said to incurring certain expenses, and at the end there will be no money to pay the bank and the interest was reportedly increasing on daily basis.
P. M. Express gathered that while Kola was still not complying, the bank seized the motorcycle and he became jobless. It was gathered that the bank was still putting pressure on him to pay the balance and the interest accrued due to his default.
P.M. Express learnt that when the pressure became unbearable for Kola, he decided to take his life.
On the day the incident happened, it was gathered that the bank threatened to carry all his house property and hand him over to the Police.
It was then that Kola secretly bought Hippo stain remover, drank and died inside his room on top of his bed.
When his family who went to the church returned, they found him dead with the empty Hippo plastic container beside him.
When P. M. Express visited the area, the residents confirmed the incident and expressed shock over what happened.
According to the residents, the matter was reported to the police while the corpse has been deposited in an undisclosed hospital from where it will be taken for burial after the necessary rituals.

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Drama as Mother Invades School with Thugs, Beats Up Teachers for Flogging Her Child in Abeokuta

A housewife and mother who arranged some thugs to beat her child's teachers in a secondary school, in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital, has landed herself in hot soup.
*File photo used for illustrative purposes only*
A mother, Monsurat Ayinde , who allegedly recruited some thugs to beat her child's teachers in a secondary school, was on Monday charged before an Abeokuta Magistrates’ Court.
The Chief Magistrate, Mrs Adeola Adelaja , however, released her on bail in the sum of N200,000 with two sureties in like sum.
Ayinde, 40, whose address was not provided, is facing a three-count charge of conspiracy, assault and breach of peace.
She, however, pleaded not guilty to the charges.
The Prosecutor , Insp . Sunday Eigbejiale had told the court that the accused committed the offences on July 20 at 11:00 a.m. at Saje High School in Abeokuta.
According to him, the woman engaged some thugs, who stormed the school and beat up six teachers.
Ayinde, according to the prosecutor , took the retaliatory action because a teacher flogged her child, leaving her with bruises.
The accused hit a teacher, Mr Monsuru Kusimo, on his left eye and injured him , he said.
He said the accused conspired with others still at large and caused a breach of peace by the school by disrupting its activities.
The offences contravened Sections 249, 351, 355, and 516 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Ogun, 2006.
The magistrate adjourned the case until Aug . 22 for hearing.

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Fatal Road Accident Between Truck and Keke Leaves Two Dead in Imo State (Photos)

A sad incident has allegedly claimed the lives of two people after a truck lost control and rammed into a commercial keke operator in Imo state.
The truck rammed into the tricycle killing two people
Two people have been left dead after a truck rammed into a commercial Keke at the ever busy Imo State University roundabout in Owerri, Imo state this morning. 
It was gathered that the truck reportedly lost control and veered off the road while negotiating the roundabout before crushing the commercial Keke full with passengers after which it fell over.
The sad incident left many people in shock and caused serious gridlock in the area.

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Unbelievable: Pregnant 13-year-old Girl Marries 13-year-old Boyfriend in Shocking Ceremony (Video)

A very young girl has gotten married to an equally young boy in a child marriage that has shocked the world.
The young couple got married
A video has emerged showing two children getting married in a ceremony in a Chinese village.
According to Metro UK, they are both just 13 years old and the girl was five months pregnant at the time of the ceremony in Ding’an County, Hainan Province.
The wedding, which is believed to have happened last month, has sparked anger in China but cannot be officially recognised because they are too young.
The legal age for women to get married is 20 and for men it is 22 but child marriage is ‘common’ in rural China.
However, the Beijing News reports that the ceremony was arranged by their family and they were happy to see them get married.
A user of Weibo – China’s answer to Twitter – wrote: ‘They are still children. How could they shoulder their responsibilities in the future?’, according to Mail Online.
Child marriage is a large problem in China and often happens when their parents leave them behind to go and work in cities, sometimes thousands of miles away, according to Xinhua.
As a result they are cared for by their grandparents and often lack s*xual education.
Watch the video below:

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