correct juju charms?!!
are the questions a combined team of police officers and members of a vigilance
group in Osun state are yet to unravel, when a robbery suspect they shot 20
straight bullets survived it.
The suspect, who received 20 dane-gun bullets from the vigilance
group, confessed that he belonged to the four-man gang. The combined
team of policemen and the vigilance group laid an ambush for the robbers
at a popular spot they attacked motorists.
Ojo said, “We are four members in our gang. We robbed and raped
passengers along Ibadan/Akure Expressway…I didn’t
tell my wife that I am an armed robber. My wife always thought I was in the church at
The bandits’ mode of operation involved littering the road with iron
and nails. Any unsuspecting motorist that steps on them would have his
tyres deflated. As the driver attempts to fix the tyres, the gang would
emerge from their hideout usually in the bush and attack the victims.
They often robbed and raped their victims.
P-Square's record label, Square Records, released a
statement this morning, announcing the end of their business
relationship with the only other artist on their label, Mr May D.
Records’ first signing, Akinmayokun Awodumila, popularly known as May D
was signed by the label some months ago and has released few hit tracks
under the label including ‘Ile Ijo’, ‘Soundtrack’, and the remix he did
with Akon and P-Square.
According to the statement, the split is
due to the irreconcilable differences between the two parties. The
Okoyes further wished May D all the best in his career.
to the statement, May D in a phone conversation with the NET, claimed
that he had no idea of what the Okoyes were talking about.
Hehehehehe...I found this incredible hilarious letter and decided to share it...who is the ignoramus that wrote this?
An eleven-year-old Christian girl in Pakistan who was accused of
defiling the Quoran is currently facing a death penalty.
girl is believed to be suffering from Down’s Syndrome and there is no
proof that she committed the alleged crime. Her ordeal started when she
was accused by a Muslim of having a bag of ashes believed to be burnt
pages of the Muslim Holy Book, the Quoran.
Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari
ordered a probe into the arrest of the girl, which took place last
week in a Christian area of the capital Islamabad.
Officials said the girl could
not properly answer police questions after she was held under Pakistan’s
controversial blasphemy law - which carries a...