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Obituary Of The Woman Beaten To Death By Husband In Nasarawa

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IT was a moment of grief and tears flowing all over residents, Sympathizers and mourners in Sabon Pegi— Shubu, Lafia North Development Area, Nasarawa State on Friday afternoon when a mother of three children was beaten to death over an argument that ensued between her and her husband.

It was gathered that the argument started when the housewife, late Mrs Esther Aya engaged the services of a carpenter to fix the windows net in their family house to prevent mosquitoes from invading the house, when the husband ordered the carpenter to stop the work, an action that angered the late housewife.

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Speaking on account of anonymity, a man who claimed to be the carpenter alleged that late Esthers’ husband chased him away when he was trying to fix the window net.

Mrs Esther Aya, a teacher with Government Secondary School, Doka, a Community in Lafia North Development Area, got embroiled in a family crisis with her husband over the ownership of the house both lived in Sabo Pegi that snowballed into a lawsuit in the court of law.

The deceased, until her untimely death according to their neighbours was looking depressed and frail over frustration she has been subjected to in her husband’s hands.

Meanwhile, Nasarawa State Police Command has confirmed the arrest of Ovye Yakubu, husband of the deceased for allegedly killing his wife, Esther Aya in the Sabon Pegi-Shabu community of Lafia.

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Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in the state, ASP Ramhan Nansel who gave the confirmation in an interview, Saturday in Lafia, said the suspect was arrested on Friday after the Police received a report of the incident that occurred as a result of an argument and disagreement.

The police spokesperson who added that investigation was ongoing at State Criminal Investigation Department Lafia to unravel the mystery behind the incident, said that the corpse of the woman has been deposited at the morgue for Post Mortem examination.

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24-Year-Old Man & His 61-Year-Old Wife Plan Having Kids Through Surrogacy (Pics)

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A 61-year-old grandma and her new husband, 24, have announced that they’re planning to have their first child together through surrogacy despite their 37-year age gap.

Quran McCain and his wife, Cheryl McGregor, from Rome, Georgia, first met years back while they were both worked in the fast food chain Dairy Queen.

But romantic feelings didn’t blossom until much later. They lost contact but reconnected in 2020 when caretaker Quran saw Cheryl working as a cashier at a convenience store.

Sparks instantly flew between the pair and they started dating.

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They got married last year, and now, they are ready to expand their family.

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Ladoja Finally Affirms Lekan Balogun As Next Olubadan

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The Osi Olubadan, High Chief Rashidi Ladoja, yesterday, cleared the air on the ascension to the throne of Olubadan, following the demise of Oba Saliu Adetunji on January 2.

Ladoja, who addressed newsmen on behalf of the Olubadan-in- Council after a closed- door meeting with Governor Seyi Makinde at Government House, Agodi, Ibadan, said that the perceived controversy surrounding ascension to the Olubadan Stool has been amicably resolved.

He added that the Ibadan High Chiefs have resolved their differences and are very united in the bid to install the new Olubadan of Ibadanland.

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The Osi Olubadan further explained that Council members had met with Governor Makinde and agreed to the resolution that Senator Lekan Balogun who is next in line to the stool remained the authentic candidate for the Olubadan Stool.

He also promised that the Olubadan-in-Council would jointly make a public statement on their resolutions soonest.

He said: “I can tell you that Ibadan is very lucky. All the matters causing crisis in Ibadanland have been resolved. The governor has been magnanimous to have called this meeting because those of us who thought we won’t meet again have finally met and resolved all the matters. So, I can tell you that, by next week, you won’t notice any tension in Ibadan again.”

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“The resolution is simple and the only contention was the objection by Barrister Lana on the court case and it has been resolved. None of us argued that the Otun Olubadan, Senator Balogun, is not the next Olubadan. All of us have agreed on that position because that is our hierarchy.”

Ladoja Finally Affirms Lekan Balogun As Next Olubadan

“Before the resolution could be announced, we have our procedure. The Olubadan-in-Council will meet and we will present the candidate to the governor for accent.”

“Now, we are very happy that we have resolved the problem and we are all grateful to the governor.”

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The meeting had in attendance the Otun Olubadan of Ibadan land, High Chief Lekan Balogun; Balogun of Ibadanland, High Chief Owolabi Olakuleyin; Ashipa Olubadan of Ibadanland, Chief Eddy Oyewole; Ekerin Olubadan of Ibadanland, Chief Abiodun Kola Daisi; Ekarun Olubadan of Ibadanland, Chief Amidu Ajibade; Otun Balogun, Chief Tajudeen Ajibola; Osi Balogun of Ibadanland, Chief Lateef Gbadamosi Adebimpe; Ashipa Balogun, Chief Adewole Adegbola; and the Ekarun Balogun, Chief Dauda Azeez Agagugu.

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Police Officers Mistakenly Record Themselves After Extortion In Delta

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A trending video has showed two police officers, who allegedly extorted N150,000 from a motorist, accidentally recording themselves on the victim’s phone.

According to the victim, who shared the video, the officers abducted him and forcefully transferred the money from him using a POS agent in Sapele, Delta State.

“This happened after they kidnapped me and forcefully transferred N150,000 from my account, through one of their POS agents, where they take their victims to in Sapele, Delta State,” he captured the video.

The officers, who had filmed themselves for some seconds before one of them observed that the phone camera was active and had been capturing them, were heard heard asking the car owner how much he had left in the account.

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“How much did you say dey inside? This boy na thief, see his phone, check everywhere. Wait, no be recording u dey record so?,” the policemen were heard saying in Pidgin English in the video.

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