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PDP Looting Govt Properties In Imo – Okorocha Claims

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Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has accused the State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, of embarking on a looting spree, ahead of the May 2019, inauguration.

This was made known on Friday, in a press release signed by Sam Onwuemeodo, the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Okorocha.

The statement reads in full:

“We want to inform the general public and Imo people in particular, that the members of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the State, have embarked on systematic and violent looting of properties owned by the State, and brought or installed by Governor Rochas Okorocha. In doing that, they have adopted various unconventional tactics.

“They have removed most of the solar street lights and other beauteous installations in the State capital. They have removed expensive seats kept in public buildings. They have also begun to snatch official cars, especially from the women appointees. And they operate mostly at night.

“They have formed themselves into Property Recovery Committees and Task Forces, and they claim to have been set up and inaugurated by Chief Emeka Ihedioha, who was declared winner of the March 9, 2019, Governorship election in the State.

“And they have continued to accuse the outgoing government of looting. And in doing that, they have not been able to associate any government functionary with any of their false claims or show evidence of their claims.

“We have also been informed that they clashed with one of the Contractors, over some construction materials at the Heroes Square, when they prevented the Contractor from conveying the materials to his site and had tried to move the materials, but the Contractor resisted them.

“The PDP members have not changed and will never change, with their awkward attitude this time. The irony also is that, in doing these absurd things, they do not care how the generality of Imo people feel. This is regrettable.”

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[NEWSFEED] Fecleskid plan to sue DJ Cube, Youngbone, Upper x, Gwayne, Jonnykage

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I want to sue DJ cube, YOUNGBONE, upper x, GWAYNE, Jonnykage

Fecleskid a professional Nigeria music icon and a member of cross river artistes forum CRAF shared on social media with a shocking post saying

I WANT TO SUE DJ CUBE , YOUNGBONE, GWAYNE, UPPER X, JOHNNYKAGE ,

I want to sue DJ cube, Youngbone,upper x, Gwayne,jonnykage

On an early interview between Loadedtunetv and Fecleskid , he made it clear that he was involve on LOOM ( a system were money is made quickly by or through referring a fellow close friend on one of the leading social media WHATSAPP

A new money-making scam, Loom Money Nigeria, is taking over social media people to participate in a pyramid scheme.

The scheme, which is even worse than the collapsed MMM, is luring young Nigerians to invest as low as N1000, N2000, N5000 and N13,000 and get as much as 8 times the value of the investment in 48 hours.

DOWNLOAD MUSIC: FECLESKID FT YOUNGBONE -REASON AM

Fecleskid revealed that he was part of LOOM and very close to cashing out his money before DJ Cube dropped the most trending Song LOOM Featuring Youngbone, Gwayne, Upper x, Jonnykage.

The song which discourages Nigeria youths from participating in the system making them believe that Loom is a scam.

DOWNLOAD MUSIC: DJ CUBE FT YOUNGBONE,UPPER X, GWAYNE,JONNYKAGE – LOOM

Fecleskid believe he didn’t cash out because new referral were afraid of putting in money after listening to the LOOM song by DJ Cube and he is filling a case to sue his colleagues

Loadedtunetv reporting.
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70,000 Unclaimed Driver’s Licences In Lagos – FRSC

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The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Zone 2 Command, comprising of Lagos and Ogun, revealed this much.

The head of the command, Samuel Obayemi, Assistant Corp Marshall, disclosed this during a visit to the palace of Akran of Badagry, Aholu Menu Toyi 1, in Lagos. He expressed concern that Lagosians who had gone to check their driver’s licenses and discovered that they were not ready often refuse to go back for rechecking.

“The truth of the matter is that FRSC is in charge of driver’s licenses but different license offices do the distribution.“Since people are not forthcoming, we are now working with various boards of internal revenue to see that these unclaimed licences are collected.

“As at today, we have about 70,000 yet to be collected driver’s licences in Lagos State alone. That is why we started “Operation Show Your Licence.

The idea behind this is that when we stop them and find out that some don’t have licenses, we encourage them to go to various licence offices to collect their driver’s licences.

“As I speak to you, some of these licences have expired because they did not collect them after three years.

“Some people would have died while some would have relocated to other states, but there are still some who are around who are yet to collect it.

“It is our hope that at the end of the exercise, there will be a drastic reduction in the unclaimed licences,” he said.Mr Obayemi urged people who are yet to collect their licences to go to different licence offices in Lagos for collection.

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[FL news] Three Persons was kidnapped in ondo

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Three Persons was kidnapped in ondo

Three persons, who were on transit on Auga-Ise Akoko road in Akoko North-East Local Government Area of Ondo State, were over the weekend kidnapped.

It was gathered that two vehicles, a Toyota Corolla car and a Mitsubushi pick-up whose occupants were going for a ceremony at Ikare-Akoko, were waylaid by gunmen who abducted three of the passengers.

According to some of the residents of Auga-Akoko where the incident happened, they said kidnappings along Auga-Ise road of Akoko North-East Local Government Area, which had been a thing of past, had suddenly resurfaced with the latest abduction.

Narrating the incident, a source stated that the three victims, who are males were abducted on the same spot where the wife of the Alauga of Auga, Olori Agunloye and her driver, were kidnapped last year.

He added that among those kidnapped was the head of the family travelling in the Corolla car.

According to him, the hoodlums released the wife and his two children to inform their people of the kidnap in order to look for ransom.

In his reaction, the Alauga of Auga, Oba Samuel Agunloye, advised that in order to stop the scourge, there must be an Army formation, as well as constant police patrol in the area.

The monarch disclosed that Ipele-Isua Auga-Akunu-Kabba federal highway needed to be rehabilitated for free flow of vehicles.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Femi Joseph, said investigation had begun to arrest the hoodlums and secure the release of the captives.

Meanwhile, the kidnappers are yet to establish contact with the families of the victims.

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Graphic : Four Beheaded In Rivers Cult Clash

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Four suspected cultists have been beheaded
in the supremacy battle between two rival
cult groups in Rivers State. 

 

The clash started, last night, between
Iceland and Deybam cult groups in Ovogo
and Rumuji communities.

  • The heads of the victims were seen
    scattered all over the area when indigenes
    woke up today.
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Man Sets Neighbour’s Car Ablaze After The Wife Refused To Sleep With Him In Lagos

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A 21-year-old carpenter, Nojeem, who
allegedly set his neighbour’s car ablaze over
his wife’s refusal to accept his sexual
advance, on Wednesday appeared in an Ikeja
Chief Magistrates’.

 

The police charged Nojeem, who lives in
Ayobo-Ipaja in Lagos State, with two counts
of breach of peace and arson.

The Prosecution Counsel, Sergeant Michael
Unah, the defendant allegedly set a
Mitsubishi GDI Space Wagon valued at
N500,000, the property of one Mr Abubakar
ablaze.

Unah told the court that the defendant
committed the offence on March 15, at 3
a.m. at Ayobo-Ipaja, a Lagos suburb.

 

He said the defendant conducted himself in
a manner likely to cause a breach of peace
by unlawfully demanding s-x from the
complainant’s wife when he was on a night
shift at work.

“The defendant knocked on the
complainant’s door in the middle of the night
and demanded s-x from the complainant’s
wife.

 

“The defendant claimed he saw the
complainant’s wife in his dream having
sexual intercourse with him and approached
her to let them have the s-x in real life.

 

“The wife declined and in the process, the
defendant angrily set the complainant’s car
on fire,” the prosecutor said.

 

The offence, he added, contravened the
provisions of sections 168 and 342 (b) of the
Criminal Laws of Lagos State 2015,
(Revised)

 

NAN reports that breach of peace attracts
six months jail term while arson provides life
imprisonment if found convicted.

Chief Magistrate A.A. Fashola admitted to
the defendant to bail in the sum of N100,000
bail with two sureties in like sum.

 

Fashola ordered that the sureties must be
gainfully employed with an evidence of two
years tax payment to the Lagos State
Government and have their addresses
verified by the court.

He adjourned the case until May 9 for
hearing.

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