Controversial rapper, Naira Marley who was recently released on bail after spending 35-days in jail has vowed to help fellow inmates get out of jail.
According to him, many people are locked up for crimes they may not have committed.
The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Imo State Command, has arrested one Paul Ihuaku for allegedly raping his mother.
PUNCH Metro gathered that 45-year-old Ihuaku hails from Umueke Ezagbogu in the Ezinihitte Mbaise Local Government Area of Imo State.
Briefing journalists on Thursday, the state Commandant of the NSCDC, Mr Raji Ibrahim, said the suspect was arrested by the operatives of the corps following a tip-off.
It was gathered that after the incident, the mother reported the suspect to the youth in the area, who apprehended him and alerted men of the corps.
“The men of the command later proceeded to the residence of the suspect and arrested him,” he added.
Fielding questions from journalists, the suspect confessed to the crime, adding that he was under the influence of alcohol.
“After drinking on that fateful evening, there was a heavy downpour and I could not resist the urge for sex; so, I had to use a local pistol to threaten my mother to submission and I later raped her,” Ihuaku stated.
Asked if he was married, the suspect said he did not have the means yet, as he was not doing anything tangible.
“I was not bewitched. I was under the influence of alcohol,” he added.
It was also gathered that the incident took place in the village house the suspect is living in with his mother.
The mother (name withheld) confessed that the incident was the second time.
She said, “I was in the kitchen and saw him (Ihuaku) with a pistol. He used it to threaten me. He told me that he would kill me. I could not do anything other than to beg him to drop the gun.
“It was in the process that he threw me on the ground and it (rape) happened.
“I had to call on the youth the next morning, as the incident happened when it was already dark and damp. The youth later went to the NSCDC headquarters in Itu to report him, hence his arrest.”
Abuja – The lobby of the National Assembly complex was on Thursday jammed with thousands of job seekers who thronged the legislative building to secure employment with newly inaugurated lawmakers.
Majority of the job seekers were those whose employment just ended with the dissolution of the 8th Assembly last week Thursday.
The Nigerians who came from all parts of the country were a mixture of both former legislative aides, senior legislative aides and secretaries to former lawmakers in the House and the Senate.
The sheer number overwhelmed the Assembly security personnel who attempted to close doors leading to lawmakers’ offices against the loitering unemployed Nigerians.
It has become a usual sight every four years, especially for those not lucky enough to have their bosses re-elected back to the National Assembly.
The rules of both chambers provide that each lawmaker is entitled to at least five aides in Abuja and their constituency offices.
The practice is that all aides employed by lawmakers are captured in the National Assembly Service Commission (NASC) data base from where their remunerations are paid.
However, Nigerian lawmakers have over the years devised means of subverting the process by electing to pay the aides from their pockets, salaries far lower than what is approved by the NASC.
The aides so employed are taken advantage of as less than half of what is due to them is paid at the end of every month.
Some lawmakers have been alleged to have forced their Abuja-based aides to share their salaries with those in their constituency offices while the lawmakers pocketed what was meant to service the constituency-based aides.
A senior legislative aide (SLA) (consolidated) is entitled to earn between N500,000 and N600,000 monthly, including allowances, while a legislative aide (LA) is entitled to earn between N250,000 and N300,000, including allowances.
But some lawmakers have perfected the art of short-changing them for their relations and children whose names are sent to the NASC for appointment letters.
However, different persons are called to sign for the letters and do documentation posing as the real bearers of names on the appointment letters.
In the end, monies paid into bank accounts submitted by the lawmakers as belonging to their real bearers of the letters would be taken with as little as 40,000 or 50,000 or N60,000 paid to the ones who do the actual work of legislative aides.
Some of the job seekers who spoke to Daily Independent said they found themselves in the situation every four years due to crippling unemployment in the country.
Just a few hours after the audio was released to rave reviews, African Giant himself – Burna Boy wastes no time in dishing out the official music video for his latest offering entitled “Anybody”
The tune is another potential smash hit single and now it boasts a Clarence Peters-directed visuals. The video is a fun-filled one with the new Star Larger ambassador showcasing the brand heavy in the video.
Enjoy the neon-filled visuals for “Anybody” And Download MP3 below
Beyond the suit and tie in front of an expensive oak desk are some jobs or businesses one can actually venture into in Nigeria that actually pay well. It is a well-known fact that it is the unreserved dream of every Nigerian to work in an oil company. However, it is also a well-known fact that it is a “camel through the eye of a needle” to get a job in an oil company in Nigeria. So why wait when there are other places that can fetch you a lot of money? factboyz.com brings to you some of those overlooked businesses that surprisingly pay well.
1. Local Restaurant:
You heard me right! All you need is some good sense of cleanliness, good cooking skills (you could learn to cook special dishes from Youtube) a starting capital to buy food ingredients, a good location with a lot of potential buyers, some coolers, plates, spoons Etc. and you’re good to go. Depending on how you can handle it, you can decide to diversify by selling various food types or you can decide to sell a local delicacy or appetizer; whatever you finally decide on, just make sure youre so good at it to make customers always come back for more; In Nigeria, we have popular food chains that started this way.
As much as it is disgusting to do someone’s else laundry, it is a market that has always been paying well. This is not unconnected to the fact that people can be sometimes too busy with work schedule that they do not have time for their laundries; hence they are willing to pay anyone with the guts to do so. All over Nigeria, especially in big cities like Abuja, Enugu, Lagos, Port Harcourt and Kanobig cities like Abuja, Enugu, Lagos, Port Harcourt and Kano; this business is a gold mine you can’t wait to explore!
3. Shoe Making/Slippers Making:
I can personally testify to the wonders of this silent business that actually pays well. Our Aba brothers from the South Eastern part of Nigeria are really good at it; increasingly maintaining monopoly in this business. With the right training, anyone can learn how to produce leather slippers, sandals and shoes. This particular business is highly lucrative as the profits in relation to the capital can be unexpectedly huge!
Whenever we take a clean shave or cut from the barber, we rarely take note of the prospects this particular job has. Aside the fact that you need to have a good clipper, skill is highly prized. Skill is what makes anyone successful in this particular business. Being able to make those crazy carves. Barbers add spice to this business by making provisions for dyeing of hair, plaiting. Etc.
5. Carpentry/Furniture Makers:
No Nigerian kid, hopes to be a carpenter let alone a furniture maker. However, worldwide brands are built from businesses like this. In Nigeria, carpenters and furniture makers make good money as no good furniture comes with a small price. Potential furniture makers must however acquire the necessary skills needed; including the vast knowledge of materials for customers with a high taste.
6. Keke/Bus Transport Business:
Rickshaws popularly known as Keke Napep or Keke Marwa are built to help transport people from one place to another. Bus drivers and Keke drivers often make more money in a week than a good number of people who think they have decent jobs. In this particular business, the driver must swallow pride knowing that money must be made. However, a good number of Nigerians might find it hard to swallow the pride *lol*
7. Akara (Bean Cake) Frying:
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It is normal to walk the streets of Nigeria in the early hours of the morning and see a woman by the corner with a big pan frying akara. In Lagos, this business is highly profitable as it attracts a lot of people fetching good, considerable amount of money. People get trained by their parents in the university through this particular business
8. Football Viewing Center:
Nigerians love football; so venturing into this business surely guarantees success. This involves streaming live epl matches through a large screen television or connecting a projector to a television and streaming it LIVE. For each person that walks in to view a match; money is made. Other side attractions that can be added which can include providing foods and drinks for viewers.
Tailors might not work in an office with air conditioners but a good number of them make almost the same amount as anyone in an office. Skill and professionalism is highly required to be successful in this business.
With good mastery in the act of providing tasty cakes, buns, biscuits Etc. good money is assured. Bakery remains one businesses in Nigeria that actually pays well. Starting this business isn’t just enough but also securing buyers from reputable stores to patronize you; hence the need to be exceptional.
A teacher (name withheld) of a Catholic Secondary School in Lagos has narrated before an Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court how an armed robber raped her in her home using a polythene bag (poly bag) as protection.
The teacher made the revelation yesterday, while giving evidence during the trial of two men in their twenties— Babatunde Oluwaleke and Daniel Ojo— over alleged rape and robbery.
While being led in evidence by Mr. Akin George, the lead prosecuting counsel for the state, the teacher gave a harrowing account of how she was raped in her home by Oluwaleke on March 6, 2018.
She told the court that between 2a.m. and 3a.m., she was woken up by some noise and she saw two males, a tall one (Ojo) and a short one (Oluwaleke) both dark in complexion, ordering her to get up.
She said: “I told them I had no money and the first defendant (Oluwaleke) said I must produce money or he will kill me. “I was tying a wrapper and the first defendant asked me to lie on the bed. He took my Automated Teller Machine, ATM, card, mobile phones and all that I have.
"He brought out a knife, placed the tip on my stomach and threatened to stab me if I did not cooperate. When he opened my wrapper, he saw I was menstruating. I didn’t know from where he produced a poly bag.
“He tied the polybag on his joystick and inserted his joystick into my vagina. I was pleading that I could be his sister, but he ignored me, asking me to shut up. Much later, he removed the polybag and raped me using nothing. “When the first defendant was done, the second defendant was telling him that was not what they came for and that they needed to go.”
She said after they left, terrified, she prayed hoping that the other members of her household were unharmed. The teacher said when she went to check on members of her family, she realised that they had all slept through her ordeal. Her words: “My mother and her friend were still sleeping in the sitting room. Things were scattered and the contents of their handbags were emptied on the floor.
I woke them up and told them what happened. “We went downstairs where my younger brother stays and we noticed that the robbers used a rope to tie the door of the mosquito net, which is attached to a spring so that it does not make noise. “My younger brother was also still asleep with his friend. We woke them up and I told them what happened.”
The teacher said members of her family immediately reported the crime to the authorities and she was taken to the hospital that morning for medical examination and counselling. She said on that day, she was also taken to the Afonka Police Station, Alimosho, where four recently apprehended robbery suspects were shown to her.
Her words: “Immediately I saw the first defendant, I recognised him. Even with my eyes closed, I can identify him.” Obliging the request of Mr. O. Egbo, counsel to the defendants, for an adjournment, Justice Abiola Soladoye adjourned the case till September 30.
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Despite the open apology made by Peruzzi and Davido regarding the physical assault in the early hours of today, the Digital Marketing Practitioners of Nigeria (DMP) has condemned the assault on one of their members, Pamilerin.
The statement issued by DMP stated that legal actions are already underway to investigate the incident. The statement was shared via another very popular Twitter influencer's page and member of DMP @i_pissvodka
A man in India was rushed into surgery after doctors discovered practically a whole utensil drawer’s worth of items in his stomach — and a knife, which was beginning to puncture his insides.
Karan Sen, 35, had swallowed everything from two screwdrivers and two toothbrushes to eight spoons and a kitchen knife, the Hindustan Times reports.
Sen is believed to have a psychiatric disorder which compels a person to eat non-edible items, according to the Daily Mail. The disorder, Pica, more commonly involves ingesting things like hair, dirt, and paint chips, though doctors didn’t say whether the man had been officially diagnosed.
“It took nearly four hours for the team of surgeons to operate upon Karan,“ says Dr. Rajneesh Pathania, of Lal Bhadur Shastri Medical College. “He is out of danger now.”
Sen arrived to the hospital in serious pain, but appeared to be unaware of the items in his stomach. X-rays showed the spoons and the knife, which they said was “protruding from inside his stomach.”
Surgeons immediately began the operation “without wasting any time but discovered more objects inside,” including a metal bar and a door latch. Sen is in recovery now and in the care of his family.
The gruesome discovery wasn’t the first time dangerous objects had to be surgically removed. In 2017, doctors removed 100 pieces of metal from a man’s stomach, including knives, nails and screws.
The 52-year-old man had a form of chronic psychosis, which resulted in a tendency to swallow metal objects.