Parading them alongside suspected armed robbers, kidnappers and traffickers at the command headquarters in Asaba yesterday, the Commissioner of Police, Zanna Ibrahim, said in November 2016, Ojei asked Loveth Ojie to help her get a housemaid before she brought Samuel.
“In January 2017, the said Ngozi Ojie came to Ekwuoma (in Ika North East Local Government Area of Delta State) to see the mother of Ewere Samuel after which she took her to Aba.
“The said Ewere Samuel delivered a baby girl and the suspect sold the child.
The suspect confessed selling the baby for N600,000,” the commissioner explained.
But Ojei said she and the mother of the baby girl got N250,000 each from the proceeds.
While Ibrahim said investigation was ongoing, Ojei’s husband, Mr. Edwin Ojei (50), of No. 22, MCC Osisioma Ngwa, Abia State, who was paraded alongside his wife, said:
“I only came home for burial when I was arrested.”
Today's movie for review is The Light will come!
Will Come tells the story of Lukas (Hafiz Oyetoro) a bumbling and
comical personal assistant to his chronic bachelor boss Raymond (Majid
Raymond’s parents have mandated him to get married and the
desperate search together with Lukas to find the ideal wife his elite
parents would approve of repeatedly goes wrong.
No fewer than 20 women were on Wednesday left stranded at the Haven
Event Centre, Ikeja GRA, Lagos after the inauguration of the programme
“Nigerian Women Against Corruption’’, a project of the Economic and
Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in collaboration with the office of
Wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari.
One of the affected women, who spoke to NAN under condition of
anonymity, said that a certain woman who was given money meant for their
transportation ran away with it.
“Can you imagine, we are here to fight against corruption, but somebody
went away with our money? As soon as the woman collected the money, she
left without giving us our shares.’’
According to her, they are supposed to give each person N1,000, but with
The unfortunate story as shared online...
Rukayya, a 4
year old girl from Zaria fell sick and was taken to a Hospital in Zaria.
(I am withholding the name of the hospital for some reasons). After
running some preliminary laboratory tests, Rukayya's parents were told
their daughter was a sickler,that she has malaria.They treated her,and
they left for home.
When Rukayya's condition didn't improve, her
parents took her back to the hospital &was admitted immediately. She
was transfused with blood through a vein in her leg, because according
to them, they could not find any in her hands.
transfusion, she was discharged to go home. Later on, the leg became
swollen and Rukkaya had to be taken back to the hospital. Rukkaya's