16 Years Old Girl Left Home to Meet Facebook Lover in Abuja
One 16-year-old girl named Chidinma Anita Chukwudum, has been declared missing after she left her home in Festac Town, Lagos to Abuja to meet her Facebook lover who promised to send her to Germany.
Anita’s mother Mrs. Uche Chukwudum, said her daughter was last seen on September 18 and all efforts to ascertain her location in Abuja have not been productive
Her mother said Anita finished secondary school this year, wrote JAMB, and is about to gain admission into the Lagos State University LASU. She said Anita secretly packed her bag from their family house on Sunday for Abuja.
Mrs. Chukwudum said it was later discovered that Anita had been chatting with a person on Facebook who promised to take her to Germany for greener pastures. She then decided to pack her bags and moved to Abuja where the person she had been chatting with on Facebook promised to arrange her travel documents for her to leave for Germany.
Pastor Raped 19-Years-Old Girl During Deliverance
The Ogun state police command has arrested a self-acclaimed pastor in charge of Life and Power Bible Church Ogijo, Mathew Oladapo for “forcefully having sex with a 19-year-old member of the church during a deliverance session.Reports have it that the lady (name withheld) had reported to the police at Ogijo police division that the Pastor, on February 20, told her that he saw a vision that she (the victim) had a ‘spiritual husband’, which she needed to be freed from....
Man Raped 13 Years Old Girl to Death in Delta
A 13 years old girl has been reportedly raped to death in Delta state. This was made known by a girl child Activist, Harrison Gwamnishu, the serial rapist known as one Mr. Nwosu Chuka, who lured the girl to a hotel room and raped her.The activist narrated that the 13-year-old girl was last night hypnotized, raped by a married man (Mr Nwosu Chuka ) at Issele Uku, Aniocha North LGA., and the girl died a few hours ago at El Comfort Hospital Bonsaac Asaba.Before her dea...
West African military chiefs meet in Abuja over Niger coup
Military Chiefs from some West African countries are currently in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, for a high-powered delegation meeting over the coup in the Republic of Niger, the Daily Trust reports.The meeting, which followed the threat of military action in Niger by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS, is being chaired by the chairman of the ECOWAS military chief, Gen. Christopher Musa.The chiefs who have so far arrived in the country include those of...
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