Connect with us

Metro

Teacher rapes his Down Syndrome Student in Lagos

Published

on

 

The police in Lagos has arrested a 29-year-old class teacher, Wasiu Kabiru, for allegedly defiling a 17-year-old teenager in the Surulere area of Lagos. The victim was a student at the Down Syndrome Foundation, Surulere, where Kabiru was a teacher.

The 29-year-old allegedly had sex with her in the school toilet.

The victim said, “One day, I was inside the toilet when Brother Kabiru came to meet me and he used his eyes to tell me to keep quiet. He removed his shirt and trousers and also removed my clothes and did it inside the school and the second one was in the male hostel.”

The suspect was arraigned before an Ogba Magistrates’ Court on two counts of defilement.

The charges read in part “That you, Wasiu Kabiru, between June and August 2018, being a class teacher at Down Syndrome Foundation on Adegoke Street, Masha Road, Surulere, in the Lagos Magisterial District, did unlawfully had carnal knowledge of the victim, thereby committing an offence punishable under Section 216 of the Criminal Laws of Lagos State Nigeria 2015.”

The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charge.

The magistrate, Mr P.E. Nwaka, remanded the suspect in custody and adjourned till October 22, 2018.

 

Metro

Man disguised as Mad Man caught picking used Pampers in Lagos

Published

on

 

An unidentified man, who reportedly disguised as a mad man was caught picking used diapers for alleged ritual purposes in Lagos on Monday night.

The dark in complexion man was caught at Ajara Vetho Kingdom, in Badagry, Lagos state with used diapers in his possession.

“This guy was caught last night around 11:20pm disguising as a mad man but picking pampers for ritual but when nemesis will catch up with him he was caught @Ajara Vetho Kingdom, Badagry Lagos State,” the source stated.

PLS fellow nigerians i beg u, don’t dispose ur pampers in an open place it is now fasting demand ritual market.” The source concluded.

Continue Reading

Metro

Bus rams into Truck injures 17 Passengers

Published

on

221 killed in 546 road accidents in Nasarawa

 

A bus has rammed into a towing truck at Yaba junction on the Abuja-Lokoja road, injuring seventeen passengers on board a commercial bus.

A witness said the accident happened around 3:23pm after the Toyota commuter bus with registration number DGS 69 XA lost control and rammed into a truck that was towing another truck with registration number CRN 517 XA.

He said the 17 passengers sustained fractures and were taken to hospital by FRSC officials in Abaji town.

 

Continue Reading

Metro

Cannon explosion kills Deacon in Imo

Published

on

 

Chaos rocked on Saturday the Umuezeala Nsu community, Ehime Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State on Saturday, when a cannon exploded and killed a deacon on the eve of a festival in the community.

An indigene of the community said that the 52-year-old deacon, a native of Umualumaku in the same council area, had come late to the venue of the Mbomuzo festival and set the cannons in preparation for the event.

The source identified as Ben, told Southern City News, “The man came late and an altercation ensued between him and the youth of the village, who accused him not taking the job of setting the cannons seriously.

“In anger, the embittered youths pulled out some of the cannons from the ground, while the man warned that it was culturally wrong to dismantle cannons set for a festival.”

Another source, simply identified as Nwokeiwu, said that after the altercation, the victim, popularly known as Kabaka, went back to reset the cannons.
Nwokeiwu added that while most of the cannons exploded to the happiness of the youth and elders in the community, one refused to go off.

It was, however, gathered that the victim, who became curious as to why only one of the cannon did not explode, went immediately to check the fault.
Nwokeiwu stated that the cannon exploded immediately the victim got close to it, adding that the impact threw him two poles away from the point of explosion.

He said, “The cannons were about 100 and the significance is that once they explode, they herald the Mbomuzo festival, which takes place the next day.

“Other cannons exploded, but only one refused to explode. The victim, who was in charge of setting the cannons, went close to find out why it didn’t explode.

Tragedy struck when he touched the unexploded cannon, which exploded and threw him two poles away from the point and killed him instantly. It was tragic and very sad.

Continue Reading

Trending