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Trouble As University Student Impregnates Landlord’s Three Daughters



In South Africa, a student enrolled at a prestigious university, the name of which remains undisclosed, faces dire consequences for his involvement in impregnating three daughters of his landlord.

The gravity of his actions has propelled him into a troubling predicament, sparking widespread attention and legal repercussions. After evading authorities for a prolonged period, the student’s attempt to flee culminated in his eventual arrest by police operatives.

The unfolding narrative sheds light on the intricate dynamics at play within a community grappling with the aftermath of the student’s actions. The repercussions extend beyond mere personal relationships, delving into legal and societal realms, amplifying the gravity of the situation. The involvement of law enforcement underscores the seriousness with which such matters are addressed, emphasizing the imperative of accountability and justice.

The relationships entangled in the narrative unveil layers of complexity, offering insight into interpersonal dynamics and power differentials.

The student’s status as a tenant under the roof of his landlord intertwines with the familial ties between the landlord and his daughters, intensifying the ramifications of his conduct. Such complexities underscore the necessity for nuanced understanding and resolution amidst the turmoil.

As news of the incident spreads, it reverberates throughout the university community and beyond, sparking conversations about ethics, responsibility, and the interface between personal choices and societal norms. The incident serves as a sobering reminder of the intricacies inherent in human relationships and the potential consequences of actions that disregard ethical considerations.

The student’s apprehension marks a pivotal juncture in the unfolding narrative, symbolizing a transition from evasion to accountability. It prompts contemplation on the significance of facing the repercussions of one’s actions and the role of the legal system in upholding justice. Amidst the tumult, concerns arise regarding the welfare of the affected parties and the broader implications for all stakeholders involved.

In the aftermath of the student’s arrest, the community grapples with the fallout, endeavoring to comprehend the underlying factors contributing to the situation and striving to prevent its recurrence.

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Awka cult war: Pandemonium as gunmen kill one person



Gunmen suspected to be cultists have killed one person at the popular Aroma junction in Awka, Anambra State capital.

The shooting of the youth on Wednesday evening caused pandemonium, causing traders in the area to quickly close their shops and scamper for safety.

The victim, who was said to hail from Amudo Village in Awka, was said to be a tricycle revenue collector who was previously a Keke operator himself.

A source said the assailants trailed him from the Ifite area of the state capital and shot him at close range at a filling station, which serves as a popular bus stop for buses and tricycles.

Business outfits in the area were forced to close shops, and roadside traders abandoned their articles and fled.

The major roads in the vicinity of the incident suddenly became empty, just as many people abandoned their cars and took to their heels.

The lifeless body of the victim was still lying at the filling station at the time of filing this report.

Awka has been witnessing cult-related killings for some time now, with gangs killing their rivals in broad daylight.

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3 Kidnappers To Die By Hanging In Edo



Justice R Irele-Ifijeh of the Edo State High Court has sentenced three men, Solomon Abuede, James Monday and Kelvin Edward, to death by hanging for armed robbery, kidnapping and murder.

The convicts were sentenced for the kidnap and murder of one Ephraim Akhere in Ekpoma, Esan West LGA, of the state in 2014.

The court also sentenced one Oviasogie Sunday to life in prison for receiving an Infinity SUV with registration number, EFR 218 FB, property of the late Ephraim which was stolen after his murder.

The convicts were among six persons arraigned on a six-count charge of armed robbery, kidnapping, conspiracy and receipt of stolen property.

The other two accused persons, David Williams and Monday Ozomo, were discharged for lack of evidence linking them to the crimes.

Justice Irele-Ifijeh held that the confessional statements of Solomon Abuede, James Monday and Kelvin Edward that they participated in the robbery were corroborated by the evidence of one Sandra, a prosecution witness, who was in the same vehicle with the late Ephraim.

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Gunmen attack Ekiti LG secretariat days after Oyo Assembly invasion



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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