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JUST IN: One feared dead in Sagamu As Youths Protest Killing Of Footballer By SARS Officials




There is currently tension in Sagamu, one of the biggest cities in Ogun State, after angry young men and women took to the streets on Monday to register their displeasure over the killing of a footballer by operatives of Special Anti-Robbery Squad.

The footballer with Remo Stars Football Club known as Tiyamiyu Kazeem was said to have been pushed from a SARS van on motion and onto an oncoming speeding car that eventually killed him.

This was shortly after SARS operatives allegedly seized him from his car and labelled him an Internet fraudster (Yahoo boy).

Media Officer of the football club, Dimeji Oshode, in a statement confirmed that the incident occurred on Saturday.

However, angered by the situation, youths in Sagamu have now taken to the streets to register their frustration.

In videos making the rounds on the Internet, young men and women could be seen chanting various songs and calling for the abolition of SARS.

One person is currently feared dead as a result of the protest and there are concerns more damage could be witnessed if the situation persists.

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8-month pregnant woman chops off her husband’s penis (PHOTO)




An 8 month pregnant wife has reportedly chops off her husband’s penis during a little quarrel.

A Twitter user, @Dr. Penking revealed that this happened on Wednesday morning the woman engaged with her husband in physical fight.

It was gathered that the woman grabbed a kitchen knife and amputated the man’s penis.

The Twitter user added: “When next you want to advocate against domestic violence, remember that it can be both ways”.

See original pictures and tweet here

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SARS officers shoot 17-year-old about to pray; Family demands justice





The family of a 17-year-old boy simply identified as Sadiq has called on the general public to help demand Justice for their son who was allegedly shot by operatives of the Special Anti Robbery Squad on Monday in Abuja

The incident which happened on Monday in Abuja happened when the SARS were chasing some suspected kidnappers.

A source said the SARS officials scaled the fence of her aunt’s house and opened fire on occupants, SaharaReporters said.

She explained that Sadiq, was performing his ablution when the incident occurred. He was fired in the arm as he tried to run upon sighting the gun-wielding officers whom he took for armed robbers, she added

She said, “One of the officers shot him in the hand. Sadiq was bleeding. He handcuffed Sadiq and one of the neighbour’s son and took them into their vehicle.

“Meanwhile, the remaining officers broke the doors into the house, brought out the remaining boys and her husband and started beating them up.”

The source said she was later informed that the boys were being detained at the SARS office in Guzape where the officers claimed that they were trailing a kidnapper who had demanded for ransom money.

The lady added, “After we narrated our own side of the story, the officer realised there were some hidden facts. After clearly listening to his step mum, a senior officer asked them to release everybody.

“After going back and forth, I insisted they give us Sadiq for treatment and seeing it’s a gunshot injury and none of the hospitals will accept us without a police officer attached to us. I demanded that one of the police officers should accompany us to the hospital.

“They took Sadiq into their Hilux vehicle and drove him to National Hospital and left. The doctors told them to wait behind and submit their statement but they refused and left us there. When the bandage on Sadiq’s hand was removed, it was a gunshot injury.”

The bullet was said to have damaged Sadiq’s radius and ulna bones as well as the tendons on his wrist.

At the time of this report, the police has not released any statement or comments in respect to the incident.

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Covid-19: NGO extends a hand to the Poor, Feeds 2,500 families in Ibadan



The emergence of the novel Corona Virus Disease has contributed to the increasing rate of poverty in Nigeria and the obvious hardship that has ravaged the nation.

Families especially the low/no income earners who have being forced to abandon their source of livelihoods just to stay alive, find it extremely difficult to put food on the table.

In a bid to alleviate the pains of the people especially those that can be referred to as the ‘poorest of the poor’, a not-for-profit organisation, MOL foundation (Maria Oladapo Foundation) founded and funded by Bukky Amos-Bello has extended a helping hand to those families that can’t afford a decent meal at this time.

The foundation gave out food packs to 2,500 indigent families across the city of Ibadan.


MOL foundation gifts out food packs to Ibadan residents

MOL Foundation on Operation Feed the Poorest of the Poor

This exercise tagged, “Operation feed the Poorest of the Poor” took place from Thursday, 9th of April 2020 to Saturday, 11th of April 2020.

The Chairman/CEO of the Foundation through the Managing Director, a veteran Nollywood director, Yemi Amodu while entertaining questions from journalists says “it is a way of giving back to the society especially at this trying times. This is why the focus is on the indigent and those that are extremely affected by the lockdown caused by the Pandemic.

“The government can’t do it all and this is why capable citizens have to stand in the gap”, Bukky Amos-Bello added.

One of the beneficiaries, Mrs Silifatu, appreciated the organization for reaching out to people at such a time when there is hunger in land. She noted that the current situation has made so many incapacitated, calling on the government to ensure a transparent distribution of the bail out materials donated by the Federal Government and private individuals.

Recall that on December 31, 2019, Corona Virus was first discovered in Wuhan, China and has since spread into every continent of the world. The first case in Nigeria was confirmed on 27 February, 2020 in Lagos and has gradually spread into states of the country.

As at today, Sunday April 12, there have been 318 confirmed coronavirus cases and 10 deaths in Nigeria, while 70 people in the country have recovered after contracting the deadly virus.

According to World Health Organization (WHO), Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that cause illnesses ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).

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