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Police Nab Lecturer For Raping, Molesting Four Students In Yobe

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The Yobe State Police Command has arrested Mr. Adamu Garba Hudu, a lecturer at Al-Ma’arif College of Health Science and Technology, Potiskum, a private school in Potiskum LGA of Yobe State over suspected case of rape.

The arrested lecturer is an employee of the state General Hospital, Potiskum, and a visiting lecturer at Al-Ma’arif, a private school of nursing in Potiskum, where the victims are schooling.

The suspect who is a Mental Health Psychiatric Nursing lecturer in the school was arrested after the allegation of raping one of his students and how he used to lure his students for ‘sex for grade’.

The suspect was arrested after raping the latest victim in his office at the General Hospital.

When contacted, the Public Relations Officer of the Yobe State Police Command, DSP Dungus Abdulkareem said the suspect was arrested by police on Tuesday for alleged ‘Rape, molestation and breach of trust and is going through further investigation’.

DSP Dungus said the lecturer was arrested over the allegation of molesting and raping students in the school where he is teaching and also in his office at state General Hospital, Potiskum.

He added that at least four students at the school are the victims of his sexual exploitation saying the accused is allegedly fond of sexually exploiting his students for grades.

“The suspect is in our custody. He was apprehended on Tuesday for alleged rape, molestation and breach of trust. Further investigation is ongoing,” the Police PRO said.

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Gunmen attack Ekiti LG secretariat days after Oyo Assembly invasion

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By Francesca Hangeior

Days after armed Yoruba Nation agitators invaded the Oyo State Government secretariat, gunmen on Tuesday, stormed the Ilejemeje local government area secretariat in Ẹda-Oniyọ, Ekiti State, causing panic and chaos among workers.

The attackers disrupted normal activities and forced employees to flee the premises for safety.

The hoodlums who were said to have come from the Obbo-Ayegunle community in the neighbouring Kwara State, violently stormed the secretariat, firing several gunshots, making workers run in different directions, running for dear lives, and in the ensuing pandemonium, one of them was injured.

The hoodlums were said to have vandalized the Secretariat building and other property of the council.

Though the cause of the attack is still sketchy as at the time of filling this report, it was reliably gathered that the two communities have been embroiled in crisis for some time over land disputes.

During the attack, which lasted for several hours, one person was said to have sustained serious injury and was said to have been rushed to the State Specialist Hospital in Iye-Ekiti for urgent medical attention.

Sources disclosed that the hoodlums who were heavily armed with dangerous weapons like gun, charms and cutlasses invaded the Secretariat at about 10:am.

Speaking on the attack, the Eleda of Eda Oniyo community, Oba Awodipo Awolola explained that the hoodlums had in few days attacked some residents of the community, with charm in their farmlands, the development which the monarch said had resulted in panic and tension in the community.

The traditional ruler who lamented the absence of police post in the area, said there is a need for security outfits to mobilise more officer to the community to prevent further breaking of law and orders.

Similarly, the Chairman of Ilejemaje Local Government, Mr Alaba Dada, said the suspected hoodlums were from the Obbo-Ayegunle community in Kwara State.

He attributed the attacks to the lingering land disputes between the two communities, he explained that though security agents had been mobilised to the town to prevent reparaiser attack.

He said there is need for the Ekiti and kwara State governments to meet to settle the land dispute in the interest of peace and harmonious relationship.

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Army Arrests Gun-Runner, Foils Kidnap Attempts In Taraba

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Troops of the Nigerian Army, working alongside vigilantes, have apprehended Mansir Mohammed who was reportedly involved in gun-running activities with terrorists at Jalingo Motor Park.

Major General Onyema Nwachukwe, the Director of Army Public Relations, revealed this through Lieutenant Oni Olubodunde, the Public Relations Officer of the 6th Army Brigade, in a statement issued on Monday.

The statement said the arrest of the suspected gun-runner also led to the capture of other members of his gang.

Items recovered during the operation included a semi-automatic pump action gun, a locally fabricated gun, a Peugeot car, five mobile phones, and 45,000 in cash, it added.

Olubodunde said in a separate operation, troops on routine patrol at Miyande Village in Takum Local Government Area intercepted two terrorist suspects concealing an automatic rifle under the seat of a motorbike they were riding.

The troops recovered an AK-47 rifle, five rounds of 7.62mm special ammunition, and the motorcycle during this arrest, he added.

Olubodunde further said the troops responded to a distress call and successfully foiled a kidnap attempt within Zaki-Biam town in Zaki-Biam Local Government Area of Benue State.

During the intervention, the troops neutralised one kidnapper in a shootout with the criminals and recovered a beretta pistol with 4 rounds of 9 mm ammunition, he added.

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Parents Negligence Killed Sylvester Oromoni – Coroner Declares

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The Coroner’s Inquest convened at the Ogba Magistrate Court, investigating the tragic death of 12-year-old Dowen College student Sylvester Junior Oromoni in Lekki, has reached a verdict.

Coroner Magistrate Mikhail Kadiri concluded that the negligence of Oromoni’s parents and doctor played a significant role in his demise.

The inquiry determined that Oromoni’s passing resulted from failed treatment for his enlarged liver, ultimately leading to his death on November 30, 2021.

Initially, speculation surrounding Oromoni’s death included allegations of bullying and ingestion of a poisonous substance while at school. He had reportedly mentioned being assaulted by five senior students of Dowen College before his untimely death.

However, on January 5, 2022, the Lagos State Government exonerated the five students and five employees of Dowen College who were initially accused in connection with Oromoni’s death.

Coroner Magistrate Kadiri emphasized the critical role of proper care in Oromoni’s deteriorating health.

He highlighted the abandonment of Oromoni by his parents for over 32 hours and their failure to seek medical attention until the day of his passing. Kadiri asserted that Oromoni’s death could have been prevented if not for the negligence of his parents and caregiver.

Kadiri’s ruling underscores the avoidable and agonizing suffering endured by Sylvester Oromoni, attributing it to the lack of timely medical intervention and care.

The conclusion of the Coroner’s Inquest brings clarity to the circumstances surrounding Oromoni’s tragic death, shedding light on the importance of accountability and responsibility in safeguarding the well-being of children.

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