One Daniel Akpa Ngwuta, a Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) staff was allegedly caught on tape putting juju (charms) into the casket of a man during his burial in Ebonyi state.
According to reports making the rounds online, the shocking incident happened at Akpa Nwangwuta Compund on the 28th of November,2020 at Ohabuenyi Okposi Okwu,Okposi,Ohaozara LGA of Ebonyi State.
A family member who spoke on condition of anonymity to Charming Magazine revealed that the said man works at NSCDC.
He said; “A man by name Daniel Akpa Ngwuta was caught on the video putting charms in the casket of my Grandfather during his burial. The said person is a staff of Nigeria Security and Civil defense commission (NSCDC).
He further revealed how they knew about the disheartening act. He said; “It happened during my Grandfather’s burial.We got to know while watching the video clip after the burial”
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Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde has taken to social media to urge people not to be pressured by social media as everything portrayed is a lie.
The mother of four via her Twitter handle spoke about making real-life connections urging that people find time to log off sometimes. She also advised people to be patient with their growth.
In this age and time of intense pressure especially from social media. Find the time to log off. Have real-life connections. Don't feel pressured by the many lies you see, your worries are easier than that of many you may admire. Hang in there and be patient with yourself.
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Lagos State Government has affirmed its earlier pronouncement that all public and private schools in Lagos State below tertiary level should resume on Monday, January 18 for the second term 2020/2021 academic session.
This affirmation was made on Friday by the Commissioner for Education Folasade Adefisayo while noting that this is in line with the Federal Government’s resolution after reaching a consensus with relevant stakeholders.
Welcoming all to a happy and successful new academic term, Mrs Adefisayo urged students and members of staff to stay safe and adhere strictly to COVID-19 guidelines, adding that schools must provide soap, wash hand basin, alcoholic hand sanitizers, thermometers and other essential items in public and private schools across the state.
She stressed that washing of hands, wearing of face masks and maintenance...
The entire Nigerian police force has been thrown into mourning as Assistant Inspector General (AIG) of Police, Yunana Babas dies. Babas who was in-charge of Zone 8, died barely 3 days after another AIG Omololu Bishi died.
Governor AbdulRazaq AbdulRahman of Kwara state who sympathised with the police officials over the death of the AIG, painted him as a perfect gentleman and a dedicated officer.
AbdulRazaq said; “I received the news of the death of AIG Yunana Babas with shock and sadness. It is one tragedy too many.
“On behalf of the people and Government of Kwara State, I condole with the entire police family, especially the Inspector General of Police and the immediate family of the top officer, on this devastating development.
“The late officer is a fine gentleman, a patriot, and a...