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FUTA JOHN WICK AND SCHOOL DAUGHTER TO BE ARRESTED

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The news of two students from the Federal University of Technology Akure who were involved battering fellow student in her, are to be tried, expelled and jailed probably.


A video broke the Internet yesterday involving a male student and a female student bearing up a fellow student in her room. According to reports, the male student was said to be fighting on behalf of her school daughter.

The victim was reported to have claimed that the school daughter was sleeping with men for iPhone, which was the reason they decided to beat her up.


The issue which has drawn the school management and other students' attention claiming the head of the two culprits. This led to the release of statement from the school sanctioning the act and the readiness for the school to try them.


Social media activists have taken the matter up as well and planning to get them arrested irrespective of the discipline form the school.



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Man impregnates daughter in Anambra state.

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Its indeed another sad and rare tale in the commercial city of nnewi in Anambra state as a strange and abominable discovery is made.

According to reports, a man believed to be in his 60's has been banished from his community for allegedly having carnal knowledge of his biological daughter. This ugly incident was reported to have taken place in okofia village of otolo nnewi in nnewi south local government of Anambra state. It was learnt that the man has been sleeping with his own daughter for some years ago resulting in two pregnancies as the young girls two babies are being believed to be from his father. The angry villagers condemned the abominable act and described it as a great sacrilege which has not been seen before in thier community. The act they said is punishable by banishment of the culprits from the community. The man and his daughter plus the babies were banished from the community as thier bags and properties were loaded in a bus which carried them out of the community with palm fronds tied round thier necks and broom used to sweep off thier feet as they left.

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The renewal of Abiolas daughter appointment by Buhari.

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President Muhammadu Buhari had written the Senate, seeking Abiola-Edewor’s confirmation in accordance with provisions of 5(4) of the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation Act.

Abiola-Edewo is the first daughter of the acclaimed winner of the 1993 Presidential Election, Chief MKO Abiola.

The Senate Committee on Banking and Finance, on Thursday screened Ms Omolola Abiola-Edewor for re-appointment as Executive Director, Corporate Services, Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation(NDIC).

Chairman of the Committee, Sen. Rafiu Adebayo, said the committee would forward its report to the Senate in plenary for consideration and possible confirmation. She is also a former member of the House of Representatives.

If confirmed, Abiola-Edewor will be serving her second term and final term of five years as executive director.

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Criticize Buhari And The Governors And Be Punished

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On it effort to avert hate speech which can lead to riot in some quarters, the National Broadcasting Commission, NBC, yesterday said it would commence punishment for any broadcast station that violates any of its code. It warned that all broadcast stations should be guided by the ethics and code of the profession. Citing the provisions of the Broadcasting Code: Section 3.1.: Professional Rules: 3.1.1: which states that “No broadcast shall encourage or incite to crime, lead to public disorder or hate, be repugnant to public feelings or contain an offensive reference to any person or organization, alive or dead or generally be disrespectful to human dignity.

And code: 3.1.19: The broadcast shall not transmit content that denigrates the social norms, values and culture of the society”, Chibuike Ogwumike, zonal director of the NBC Lagos office, in his letter to newsmen, seized the opportunity to warn against messages that ‘insult’ Nigerian leaders.

His words: “Monitoring activities indicate that in the recent time, some broadcast stations have abdicated their editorial responsibilities such that guests and callers on programmes abuse and insult leaders and those in authority freely and without caution.

“To denigrate our elders and leaders in abusive terms is not our culture. We respect our leaders as a positive cultural value. “We expect Broadcasters, especially anchors to show professionalism in the handling of programmes such that guest or callers that exhibit such tendency are professionally handled. “The recourse to abusing, denigrating and insulting the President, Governors, MPs and other leaders does not show us as cultured people.”



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