“I cannot remember what I did. An evil spirit
always possesses me and as soon as I am done, I will regain my senses.
Most especially, my daughter never resisted whenever I touch her. I am
terribly sorry; it is the devil. I have even attended different
deliverance services, hoping that God will save me. I am sorry but the
truth is that I am possessed. No normal father will do such a thing to
his daughter. My mistake was allowing her to live with me when I knew
that I do not have a wife or woman friend.”
He was picked up by operatives of Lagos State Criminal Investigation
Department, Panti when a good Samaritan, who saw him in the act, alerted
The abused teenager in her statement to the police revealed that it was her father who deflowered her sometime in 2013.
She alleged that her father convinced her that there was nothing
wrong in what he was doing to her. He was accused of buying different
gifts for her as a way of wooing her to submit.
Jonathan deserves a second term…shut it up, it is Buhari….
Leadership Newspaper reports that the argument started after
Chukwuemeka boasted that come rain or shine, Muhammadu Buhari would win
the election, a statement opposed by his friend, Akpan who insisted that
President Goodluck Jonathan remains the best person for the job.
What was said to be a friendly discussion degenerated into a fight as
Akpan allegedly hit Chukwuemeka in the chest. In retaliation,
Chukwuemeka hit his friend across the lips.
“Akpan fainted and those in the area had to use cold water to revive
him. We have been friends for many years and I don’t know...
The representatives of the region say they have nothing to show for
their support for the President, while insisting that they would still
vote for him at the upcoming polls.
They expressed their feelings in a communiqué issued after a summit
of the Middle Belt Dialogue in Jos which had in attendance, delegates
from the Federal Capital Territory, Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Borno,
Gombe, Kaduna, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Taraba and
The communiqué, which was signed by the facilitators of the summit –
Messrs Aminu Zang, Lanre Obafemi, Rima Shawulu and Mark Jacob, reads:
“There is general anger and disappointment in our communities against
What a way to start the year.
response to last weekend’s article asking if I’ll be voting in the coming
elections. No. I won’t be voting. The truth is, I have more constructive things
to do than vote on February 14. For example, I am moving into a new apartment
and the floors need a good scrub. And there’s this couch I have to take the
legs off so I can easily pass it through the door into the...