Lagos trader charged to court for assault after beating up wife brutally for refusing him sex

LAGOS trader Victor Akpan has been charged to court for assault by the state police command after he beat his wife up and nearly made her lose an eye for refusing to have sex with him.

 

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Federal government files fresh charges against Akwa Ibom's Senator Akpan over asset declaration

SENATOR Bassey Akpan the member of the National Assembly representing Akwa Ibom North East Senatorial District is facing the prospect of a custodial jail sentence after the federal government filed fresh criminal charges against him.

 

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Jos protests turn violent with demonstrators attacking Government House as anger mounts over herdsmen killings

LOCAL residents in the Plateau State capital Jos attacked the state secretariat yesterday destroying vehicles and buildings as the protests against the killings by Fulani cattle herdsmen in the state turned violent.

 

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Leicester abandon plans to sell Ahmed Musa and ask him to report for pre-season training

ENGLISH Premiership side Leicester City has backtracked on its planned sale of Ahmed Musa to Turkish giants Galatasaray following his brilliant World Cup outing and asked him to report for pre-season training.

 

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Mikel and Rohr both declare they will remain with the Eagles until African Nations Cup next year

SUPER Eagles skipper Mikel Obi has delayed his decision to retire from international football for now saying that he may hang around for a little longer if the team qualifies for the 2019 African Nations Cup.

 

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Afenifere says not one inch of land in the southwest will be made available for government cattle ranches

PAN-Yoruba socio-cultural organisation Afenifere, has rejected the federal government’s proposed cattle ranches in the six states across the southwest of the country describing the plan as an imperialist agenda to create cattle territories across Nigeria.

 

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OAU Ife sacks randy lecturer Professor Akindele at the centre of sex for marks scandal

OBAFEMI Awolowo University's (OAU) government council has sacked Professor Richard Akindele the lecturer who was charged for sexually harassing student Monica Osagie earlier this year.

 

In April this year, Professor Akindele created a storm after a conversation between him and an unnamed female student was made public. In the conversation, he demanded that the student have sex with him five times in exchange for him passing her in an accounting course which he was taking.

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Ohaneze Ndigbo president says Nigerians should stop lamenting and participate in political process

PAN-Igbo socio-cultural organisation Ohaneze Ndigbo has called on Nigerians to stop lamenting about the plethora of problems the country faces and try and find solutions to them by getting involved in the political process.

 

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Buhari says Plateau killings are not religious as the number of deaths in Zamfara are higher

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has said that the recent killings in Plateau State should not been seen as religious but criminal because the murders in wholly-Muslim Zamfara State were more in number.

 

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Messi admits that Argentina just got lucky yesterday as Maradona is rushed to hospital after collapsing

ARGENTINE skipper Lionel Messi admits that his side just got lucky yesterday when they beat Nigeria's Super Eagles 2-1 yesterday with a winning goal four minutes from time to clinch a place in the second round of the World Cup.

 

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