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Drunk Grandfather Shoots Grandson To Death In Ondo

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The Ondo State Police Command has apprehended a 65 years old grandfather, identified as Gabriel Fasoyin for allegedly shooting his grandson, Seun Fasoyin to death

According to Punch, the Incident which happened on Wednesday, occurred at Agric Settlement in Ile Oluji, the headquarters of the Ile Oluji/ Oke Igbo Local Government Area of Ondo State.

According to eye witness, the suspect who was fond of drinking, was drunk that fateful day when he committed the offence.

The man was fond of drinking too much alcohol and his family members were not happy with the habit because he always messed himself up whenever he drank. At times he would drink and get unconscious, urinating all over his body.

“The family members were not happy with his drinking habit and they have made several efforts to change him without success.

” On that day, he was drunk as usual, so in order not to embarrass the family again, he was locked up in a room so that he could sleep but he did not. As Seun (the deceased), his grandson was trying to lock the room with a key, the man ( suspect) brought out a gun and shot the boy.” he said.

Mr. Femi Joseph, the state Police Public Relation Officer, who confirmed the incident to newsmen, said the suspect had been arrested and currently in the police custody while an investigation was ongoing.

” I can confirm that the boy was shot by his grandfather, who is already with us. He was shot at a close range and died on the spot. We have commenced an investigation on the matter.” Joseph stated.

The Police PRO, disclosed that the remains of the victim has been deposited in an undisclosed morgue, while the suspect would be charged to court as soon has investigation has been concluded

Source: Naija News

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Nollywood Actor, Edochie Sends Message To Sheikh Gumi

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Nigerian actor and politician, Yul Edochie, has condemned renowned Islamic Scholar, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi for asking Nigerians to stop addressing bandits as criminals.

Edochie in a three minutes video published on his YouTube page on Friday morning, February 26 described as ‘total nonsense’ Sheikh Gumi’s statement on how Nigerians should address the Fulani killer herdsmen.

The actor stated that a spade must be called a spade if Nigeria must move forward. He said we must be ready to identify the truth and speak the truth irrespective of who is involved.

Edochie said there are bound to be agitation from anywhere and a good leader must be ready to look into the situation. He, however, condemned moving around with firearms, killing, raping and assault of innocent Nigerians by the Fulani killer herdsmen.

He described the herder’s activities as criminals and hence they should be treated as criminals.

See the video below as Edochie slammed the Gumi for defending the bandits:

Meanwhile, the abductors of the 27 students and 15 workers of Government Science College, Kagara, Niger State, has revealed the location of their sponsors.

Naija News reports that the bandits revealed this while warning a negotiator against rescue moves by the vigilantes and other security agencies in the state.

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Bandits Demand N100m To Free UI Undergraduate Student

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The parents of Emmanuel Odetunde, a student of Sociology at the University of Ibadan, Oyo State who was abducted by bandits have been asked to pay N100m for their child’s freedom.

Naija News understands that the undergraduate student was taken away by the unknown gunmen who invaded his father’s farmland in Oke Odan, Apete area of the state capital on Monday, February 22.

Reports had it that Odetunde was abducted after four suspected herders stormed their farm and demanded his father. They, however, went away with the young man after workers on the farmland told the gunmen that the father is not around.

The victim’s brother, Samuel told newsmen that the abductors had reached out to the family, demanding N100m ransom. Although Samuel said the safety of his brother was paramount, he added that the family could not raise the huge amount.

Responding to the situation when contacted, the state Police Public Relations Officer, Olugbenga Fadeyi, said in a statement that the police “are working alongside other security operatives to ensure that the victim returns safely from the den of his abductors.”

“We will also ensure that the kidnappers are captured having deployed a police tactical team, including an anti-kidnapping squad that will help in the rescue mission,” the PPRO added.

Meanwhile, the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has taken to social media to mock the Nigeria Police Force and Army over reprisal attack by citizens.

Kanu in a tweet on his Twitter handle on Friday morning, February 26 said the security agencies are now enjoying what they sowed during the Obigbo and Lekki Toll Gate incidents that caused the loss of lives a few months ago, Naija New reports.

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Biafra: How Nigerian Army Tried To Assassinate IPOB’s Lawyer – Nnamdi Kanu

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The leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has accused the Nigerian Army of allegedly attempting to assassinate Barrister Chukwuemeka Okoroafor.

In a press statement released to newsmen on Thursday by the spokesperson of IPOB, Emma Powerful, Nnamdi Kanu claimed that Okoroafor was ambushed by men who came out of a white Hilux truck on Suleja-Bida highway on Thursday and opened fire on his car.

He said the lawyer was leaving Alpha Military Commando Base in Suleja where he had gone to confirm an intelligence report regarding some Biafran agitators detained by the Nigerian Army, when he was attacked.

Nnamdi Kanu said: “Barrister Okoroafor went to the Alpha Military Commando Base in Suleja to confirm intelligence reports from credible sources that civilians being held at this military detention camp are all missing Biafrans, including Elvis Ngozi and 109 others.

“Upon exiting this facility and into Suleja-Bida Road, an unmarked white Hilux truck pulled up by the side of his vehicle and opened fire on him in an effort to kill him. The same thing they did to Barrister Ejiofor about two years ago when they invaded his country home in a similar state-sponsored attempt to assassinate him.

“Barrister Okoroafor told me that before leaving the base, he discovered that the left rear wheel of his SUV was marked with black paint. He drove into Suleja Area Command and made a report. Shortly afterwards he was attacked on the road. This testimony convinced me that the attackers were members of Nigeria’s security agents.”

The IPOB leader claimed that the alleged attack on Okoroafor was an attempt to scare lawyers from working with the pro-Biafra group.

He said: “The whole world must take note of this barbaric attack against innocent Barrister Chukwuemeka Richard Okoroafor in Abuja today being the 25th day of February, 2021, a lawyer who is doing his professional job.

“Since the Nigerian Army and police have taken it upon themselves to assassinate IPOB lawyers and to stop IPOB from challenging them with self-evident truth in their own law courts, they will soon reap the fruit of their evil deed. We, therefore, demand the immediate release of all sex slaves in the custody of the Nigerian Army.”

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