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An alleged female thief has been apprehended after she was caught stealing in Auchi area of Edo state.

According to reports, the girl identified as Faridat, was nabbed by residents after she allegedly stole a mobile phone through the window by 3am on Wednesday.

She reportedly claimed to be from Ughiole in Aviele, Etsako West Local Government area of the state.

Faridat confessed that she was out on operation with her boyfriend, who wasn’t named. But he escaped when an alarm was raised on their presence in the area.

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She was tied up by the residents and handed over to the local security operatives in the area.

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See Sylvester Oromoni’s 12th Posthumous Birthday (Pictures, Video)

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Late Dowen College student, Sylvester’s family and friends gathered to celebrate his 12th posthumous birthday, today 4th December 2021, days after he died from injuries he sustained after allegedly being assaulted by schoolmates.

Late Sylvester would have been 12 years old today.

See photos and video from the event below.

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8 Children Found Dead In Parked Vehicle In Lagos (Disturbing Photos)

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Eight children have been found dead in a Lexus SUV parked in front of the owner’s house at Adelayo Street, Agunaje, along Badagry Expressway in Lagos.

The incident happened on Saturday.

Adekunle Ajisebutu, the police spokesperson in Lagos, confirmed the incident.

“The eight children were said to have mistakenly locked themselves in an abandoned car while playing.

“Their bodies have been recovered and deposited at the Badagry General Hospital’s morgue for autopsy so as to determine the actual cause of death,” Mr Ajisebutu said.

According to reports, the vehicle is owned by one Saliat Kazeem, who parked the vehicle in front of her house.

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8 Children Found Dead In Parked Vehicle In Lagos

The vehicle reportedly has a childlock feature and could only be opened from outside.

The children, who were between the ages of four and six, were found dead by a parent who was looking for her ward.

Mr Ajisebutu, a chief superintendent of police, said the police commissioner, Hakeem Odumosu, has ordered a thorough and speedy investigation into the circumstances surrounding their death.

Mr Odumosu, who commiserated with the families of the victims, assured them of proper investigation.

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Justice will be served, FG Assures As Itunnu’s Remain Buried In Ibadan

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Remains of Ms Itunnu Babalola, a Nigerian lady who died in Cote D’Ivoire prison recently, were on Saturday laid to rest amidst tears by friends and relations at the Sango Cementry, Ibadan.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the late Babalola, popularly known as, Becky Paul, was reported to have been sentenced for offence she did not commit.

Speaking during the funeral,

Alhaji Abdur-Rahman Balogun, Spokesman for Nigeria Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), said that the Federal Government would ensure justice for the deceased whether alive or in death.

Balogun, who led the Federal Government delegation, said: “It is a sad moment for the family of Itunnu and the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

“This is part of the Federal Government and citizens’ diplomacy.

“Federal Government has been involved in this matter since the story broke out. The lady was wrongfully accused of something she didn’t do.

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“She was jailed and the Federal Government intervened, but we got to know very late,” he said.
Balogun, also Head of Media, Public Relations and Protocols NIDCOM, said that the Federal Government’s intervention was through the country’s mission in Côte D’Ivoire and got a lawyer for her.

He said that the lawyer appealed against the case in court and her sentences was reduced from 20 years to 10 years.

According to him, we were not satisfied because we knew she didn’t do what she was alleged of.

He said: “We were pressing for justice until she was suddenly taken away from City to Interland so that they can perfect her justice.

“Unfortunately, we heard she developed complications in prison and within few days, she passed on when we were close to getting justice for her.”

Balogun said that the Federal Government would still press further to get justice for Itunnu, whether alive or in death.

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Justice will be served, FG Assures As Itunnu’s Remain Buried In Ibadan

He said that government had pressed for changes and demanded for autopsy which they had carried out.

“Based on this, the lawyer who appealed the case is pressing on to ensure justice for Itunnu.

“Since she is the breadwinner of the family, government will not leave the family alone. We will assist the family to the best of our ability,” he said.

Also, Mr Olaolu Babalola, the elder brother of the deceased, told newsmen after the interment that the family would pursue justice for his late sister.

Babalola said that the family was aware that Itunnu knew nothing about the allegations levelled against her.

Earlier, in his sermon, the Most Superior Evang. Daniel Otakoya of Celestial Church of Christ, Agbowo Parish, Ibadan, said the death of Itunnu could be a breakthrough for Nigeria as a nation.

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Otakoya urged Nigerians to keep praying for the country rather than cursing nation.

He urged well-to-do Nigerians to learn from the death of Itunnu, who was brought back to the country after her death in Diaspora.

Itunnu’s corpse was brought in via Air Cote D’voire around 11.00 p.m on Friday and was received by the officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Nigerians in Diaspora Commission at the Muritala Muhammad international Airport, Lagos.

It was later accompanied to Ibadan by staff of NIDCOM for the service of songs and interment.

After the interment, Balogun led the team on a condolence visit to Itunnu’s father, Mr Ebenezer Babalola, at his University of Ibadan (UI)’s residence.

Letters and messages of condolences were presented, on behalf of the Federal Government, Nigerian Embassy in Cote d’Ivoire and Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Chairman/CEO, NIDCOM, to Babalola.

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