Saturday, 19 December 2015

Video: Los Angeles Deputy Shoot His Partner Then Blame The Suspect In Long Beach Last Year

Video: Netflix Just Invented Socks That Pause Your Show If You Fall Asleep

What do you get if you combine an Arduino, knitting, a fair amount of DIY chutzpah, and a genetic and/or epigenetic predisposition towards falling asleep while watching TV? Netflix socks, of course.
A few months ago, some enterprising types at Netflix created The Switch—essentially a single button to dim the lights, silence your mobile phone, order takeaway, and start streaming your favourite show or film. Netflix shared the schematics and parts list for The Switch so that you could make your own.

Nigerian lady jailed 9 years for burning lover's manhood with a hot iron in the UK

Kenya Alozie will now pay for her crimes

A 31-year-old Nigerian woman, Kenya Alozie, has been jailed by a Woolwich Crown Court in the United Kingdom, for allegedly burning her lover's genitals and legs with a hot iron during their sex session, as well as attacking the man with a broken bottle, reports The Standard.
Alozie, was found guilty of the pre-planned attack which took place on May 15, 2015, at a house in Plumstead, south-east London, while she was having sex with the 30-year-old man.

Man kills his 2 children, stabs his wife, then commits suicide

Tsepo's Mother

Tsepo Majola, 22 reportedly killed his 2 children Boitumelo, 2 and Tebogo, 5 by slitting their throats, stabbed his wife, then committed suicide in Tembisa, Ekurhuleni, South Africa on Wednesday, December 16, 2015. Tsepo's body was found at the back of a house in Tembisa on Thursday December 17, 2015 by one of his relatives.

Reports say, Tembisa police department are investigating a case of double murder, attempted murder and suspected suicide. Tsepo's brother, Lucas narrated the ordeal to Tsepo Police department and further said that the family do not understand why he did such a thing.

Women's rights Advocate dies at age 63

Mrs. Olabisi Olateru-Olagbegi dies at age 63

News reports have revealed that a front-line Women's right advocate and executive director of Women's Consortium of Nigeria (WOCON), Mrs. Olabisi Olateru-Olagbegi, has reportedly died at the age of 63.

According to sources related to the family, Mrs Olateru-Olagbegi had died after a prolonged battle with cancer.
She finally gave up the ghost today, December 18.
Mrs Olateru-Olagbegi had been a delegate at the 2015 national confab.

Every Tattoo On My Body Has a Meaning – IK Ogbonna

Handsome Nollywood star IK Ogbonna,

Handsome Nollywood star IK Ogbonna, is not a new face in the movie industry. The actor in a chat with the Punch newspaper while on a movie set in Port Harcourt the Rivers state capital has revealed that every tattoo on his body has a meaning.

IK stated; “Every tattoo on my body has a mean­ing. There is one which means a ‘star was born.’ I believe I was born to be a star. I did not have a great voice but I knew I was going to be a star. I had this many years be­fore I started acting. An­other is the face of Jesus, he means everything to me.

Reasons Why I Will Never Kiss Again-Popular Actor Adjetey Annan

Popular Ghanaian actor, Adjetey Annan

Popular Ghanaian actor, Adjetey Annan, better known as ‘Pusher’ has revealed that he will no longer kiss in movies anymore.
Imagine how interesting is this hope can be in a movie industry that parades most of the finest actresses and lovely damsels a man will always wish to have as a close friend or wife material.

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Man arraigned for stealing 6 cartons of noodles


One Mr Ebele has allegedly been charged with stealing 6 cartoons of Indomie noodles valued at N7,800. He reportedly stole the noodles from the complainant's shop while she was trying to find 'change' for the accused.
Prosecutor, Inspector Innocent Uko told the court on December 10, 2015 that teh accused stole six cartoons of noodles from one Margaret Adaha's shop which is situated at the Agents complex, Seme Border.

Thursday, 17 December 2015

List and map of predominantly Muslim countries forming a coalition to fight Isis

Here is a list of the predominantly Muslim countries teaming up to fight ISIS. Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Gabon, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Togo.

Switzerland publishes a list of 2600 dormant bank accounts worth $44.6 million

A list of 2600 unclaimed dormant bank accounts was made public yesterday Wednesday, December 16, by Swiss Bankers Association which contains over 2,600 accounts and 80 safe deposit boxes.

The total holding in these accounts is estimated at about 44 million Swiss franc ($44.6 million). The online list reveals that Swiss banks currently have around CHF44 million ($44.6 million) of unclaimed assets held in their vaults. In addition, some 80 safe-deposit boxes containing unknown sums of valuables have been listed as dormant.

Jose Mourinho Sacked As Chelsea Manager

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich held a meeting today with the club's Chairman Bruce Buck, directors Marina Granovskaia and Eugene Tenenbaum and technical director Michael Emenalo to decide the fate of manager Jose Mourinho. They sacked him some minutes ago.

Photo: Dismissed Inspector caught parading as DSP

The fake DSP Afoke Adetolani

A dismissed Inspector of Police, Afoke Adetolani, 58, who paraded himself as a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), has been apprehended by operatives attached to the X-Squad team of the Lagos State Police Command.
It was gathered that Adetolani who was serving with the Traffic Division of the Force for extortion, somehow procured the uniforms of a more senior officer and has been using same to intimidate and extort money from unsuspecting members of the public until the long arm of the law caught up with him on November, 25, 2015.

Video: Kenyan woman narrates how husband brutalised her

A woman who claims to have been repeatedly assaulted by a foreign national working for the United Nations has written to the world body demanding justice.

Speaking from a hospital bed at the Nairobi Women’s Hospital in Hurlingham, 26-year-old Ruth Gakii called for the world body to “come out and condemn” the violence she alleges was meted out by her Papua New Guinea partner and father of her three-year-old son.

A man she claims works as a legal officer for the United Nations. “That’s why you can’t sit down and reason with him. He just likes to sue everybody.”

Thugs Storms Place of Meeting, Attack Kogi Speaker, Principal Officers

 impeached speaker , Momoh Jimoh

There has been a report that some suspected loyal thugs of the impeached speaker , Momoh Jimoh attacked the speaker of the Kogi State House of Assembly, Godwin Osiyi, and three other principal officers of the House on Wednesday.
The thugs were said to have stormed the Riverton Hotel, Lokoja, where the Osiyi group were having their meeting.

Dismissed Police Officer To Collect 21-years Salaries, Entitlements And Promotions

Police logo

A police officer who was wrongly dismissed from the Nigeria Police Force is set to receive over 21 years salaries and promotion in one full swept following the decision of the Nigerian Senate today. This follows a petition presented by Senator Solomon Adeola (Lagos West) on behalf of one of his constituents, Sgt. Amos Olaniyan on October 6, 2015, the Senate ordered the reinstatement, promotion and payment of all dues to Sgt Olaniyan who was verbally suspended from the Nigerian Police Force 21 years ago.

Allegations Of Payments, SUVs To Buhari Vindicate Us – PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says the denial by President Muhammadu Buhari on the alleged benefiting from funds relating to the arms deal scandal, and the consequent controversy trailing it underscores the need for a more neutral and transparent body like an independent National Truth Commission to examine all issues relating to handling of security votes and campaign funding without interferences from the government.

Azealia Banks Arrested for Allegedly Biting Security Guard's Breast

Article Image: Azealia Banks Arrested for Allegedly Biting Security Guard's Breast

Azealia Banks was reportedly arrested for allegedly assaulting a female security guard on Wednesday (Dec. 16) night. E! News confirmed the news with The New York Police Department, who told the website that the Harlem-born artist was escorted out of club Up&Down in the Meatpacking District "when she became verbally abusive and began to push the victim and bit victim on the breast causing swelling and redness." 
Eyewitnesses tell E! that Banks became agitated after security didn't recognize her when she went down to a enter a private party in the club, which led to an altercation. At one point Azealia allegedly bit the female bouncer on the breast while being led out of the club. 

‘My wife is so smelly, dirty I can’t sleep with her’ - Husband tells court

A broken egg is like a broken marriage

A 55-year-old man, Elder Moses Ajuwa, has told a divorce court that his wife's body odour has made it impossible for him to continue sleeping with her and wanted the court to dissolve his three-year-old marriage to his 30-year-old wife, Hauwa, on that account.
Apart from the smelly body odour, Elder Ajuwa also told the Grade A Customary Court sitting in Lagos State that his wife is also lazy and has failed to fulfil her obligations as a married woman and a disgrace to womanhood.

Popular Nollywood Actor Loses Leg As He Escaped An ‘Assassination Attempt’

There was a shock assassination attempt on the life of popular Nollywood actor Harry B Anywanwu. Sources close to Anywanwu also confirmed the ugly development said, the actor was on his way back from a movie location last Friday (December 11, 2015) when he met a blockade mounted by suspected Cultists who were jubilating in pretence just to accomplish their evil plot.

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

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Car dealer arrested for alleged of N4.6 million fraud

Lagos state Magistrate court 

In Lagos, the police have arrested a car dealer, Alhaji Amao Abdulhakeem, for allegedly obtaining items worth N4.6 million allegedly.

Abdulhakeem obtained four fairly-used Toyota Camry cars from one Emeka Ejike and failed to pay him. He also obtained 34 tyres and 12 car batteries from Ejike, whose shop is located in the Lekki area of Lagos. All the items were valued at N4.6m, while the transaction took place in November, 2014.

Man attempts to evade court trial by jumping off storey building

Tomiwa Bolaji apprehended by security men after jumping off a storey building in a bid to escape court 

Shock rippled through Ejigbo Magistrates’ court in Lagos State, today as a 22-year-old man who was arrested and charged before the court jumped off the court’s storey building to evade trial.

The suspect, Tomiwa Bolaji, had already been beaten severely by the court security guards and had been attempting to escape through the adjoining street close to the court premises.

Senator Adeola Commends Ambode On Security, Explains 'High' Crime Statistics In Lagos

The Senator representing Lagos West Senatorial District, Senator Solomon Adeola has commended the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode for the huge investment in provision of security in Lagos state as only a secure environment is conducive to economic and social development.

Reacting to the recently commissioned Police helicopters, patrol boats, vehicles and other security gadgets by the governor of the state, Senator Adeola stated that the status of Lagos State as a mega city makes it imperative that its security must receive special attention from all tiers of government stressing that there is need for the Federal Government to further compliment the efforts of Ambode in provision of security in view of the status of the state as the former federal capital and the economic nerve centre of the nation.

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

63-yr-old ex-convict stabs 33-yr-old lover to death

The murdered Gugulethu Fani

A 33-year-old South African woman, Gugulethu Fani, has been stabbed to death by her ex-convict lover whom she had told her family she was prepared to die for him, reports Daily Sun.
According to the report, when Fani first met the ex-convict sugar daddy boyfriend, she had allegedly told her family she was prepared to die for him and in fulfilment of the prophesy, that was exactly what happened in the night of Saturday, November 14, when the lady from Dlamini in Soweto was stabbed to death.

Charlie Sheen writes touching open letter to fans

In the letter, the actor, who revealed on live TV on Tuesday that he is living with HIV positive explained to fans the turmoil of the last four years. He also revealed how he initially believed he had a brain tumour, before discovering the shocking truth that he had in fact contracted the virus. 

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Buhari To Get Handover Note And Tour Presidential Villa May 28

The President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, will get his handover notes from President Goodluck Jonathan on May 28, 2015.

He will also be conducted round the Presidential Villa, Abuja, alongside the Vice President-elect, Yemi Osinbajo, by the outgoing President on the same day.

These were parts of the transition programmes that were approved on Tuesday at a meeting of the Council of State, presided over by President Goodluck Jonathan.

Sisters Beat & Tie Their Father For Having An Affair With Their Late Mother’s Friend

Two siblings on Tuesday appeared before an Apapa Magistrates’ Court in Lagos for allegedly assaulting their father, one Mr Ihiomah Ogidinta, by beating him and tying a skipping rope around his neck. The accused: Flora Ogidinta,36, and Chiedoziem Ogidinta,29, residents of Flat 18, Block 3, E-Close in 401 Rd, Festac Town, Lagos State, are facing a three-count charge of conspiracy, attempt to murder and threatening violence.

North Korea's Leader Executes Defence Minister By Anti-Aircraft Fire, For Dozing Off

North Korea’s defence minister has been publicly executed with an anti-aircraft gun for falling asleep during military meetings and answering back to leader Kim Jong-Un, it has been claimed.
Hyon Yong-Chol, 66, who was named head of North Korea's military in 2012, was killed in the capital Pyongyang by the unconventional firing squad on charges of disloyalty and disrespect.
Han Ki-Beom, the deputy director of South Korea's National Intelligence Agency (NIS), told a parliamentary committee that hundreds of officials watched the execution in Pyongyang on April 30.

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Photo: Jim Iyke Spotted With Governor Akpabio Of Akwa Ibom State

Man accused of impregnating 10-year-old step-daughter wants paternity test

Beaten up: Zarate, 42, was arrested on Saturday after spending 15 days on the run and told reporters he was willing to take a paternity test to prove his innocence

A man accused of raping and impregnating his ten-year-old stepdaughter in Paraguay has insisted he is innocent and offered to take a paternity test.
Benitez Zarate, 42, was arrested on Saturday after spending 15 days on the run and appeared bruised and battered as he told the press 'I have not touched (her)'.
A manhunt was launched for him when his stepdaughter was taken to hospital by her mother after complaining about stomach cramps - and doctors found that she was 21 weeks pregnant.

Prostitutes beat up pastor in Calabar

Man beaten up by prostitutes

It was a show of shame when a supposed man of God in Calabar, the capital of Cross River State, was beaten to a pulp by some prostitutes because he went after another woman apart from his regular customer.
According to an eyewitness who sent the report to Pulse, the man identified as Pastor Effiong, had been secretly patronising the ladies of the night at a popular brothel located around the Watt area and had one of them as his regular customer.

Saturday, 9 May 2015

Delta PDP Chieftain Slumps, Dies In Hotel Room

Tragedy on Thursday struck  the ranks of the Delta State Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP) as  a  chieftain of the party ,  Dr. Brown Knowledge Anderson slumped and died in a hotel room in Asaba.

Already detectives from the state police command are trying to unravel the circumstance the led to the death of Anderson.

Dr. Adasen the Delta State Treasurer of the party was reportedly found dead in Hotel Valerie located on Direct Labour Agency road Asaba  few hours he checked into the room.

Prophet Jailed 7 Years For Running Out Of Court During Trial

Prophet Destiny Onwudinjo of Heaven Divine Ministry, Shasha, a suburb of Lagos in western Nigeria, has been sentenced to seven years imprisonment without an option of fine for absconding from court to evade trial.

Presiding Magistrate P.E. Nwaka of Ejigbo Court handed the sentence to Onwudinjo after he pleaded guilty to attempt to escape after he was brought to court for trial.

38-yr-old man remanded for raping 8-yr-old girl

Real men don't rape

A 38-year-old man who could not keep his roving weapon of destruction intact has been remanded in prison for allegedly raping an 8-year-old girl.
Taiwo Coker was ordered to be remanded in prison custody until the determination of his case on July 1st by an Ota Magistrates’ Court in Ogun State.

21-Year-Old Fresh Graduate Raped To Death In Ogun

POLICE in Ogun State have begun investigations into the mystery surrounding the death of a 21-year-old lady, who just graduated from the Lagos State Polytechnic.

Two people, said to be neighbours of the deceased have reportedly been arrested in connection with the incident by men of the state police command.

Nigerian Tribune gathered that the deceased, simply identified as Nafisat, was last Wednesday, raped and strangled to death at her residence in Ogijo, in Ikorodu area of Ogun State.

Man charged for stealing 694 cartons of beer bottles

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Mrs Adenike Shonubi, the Magistrate of an Abule-Egba Magistrates' court, has ordered that the accused, 53-year-old Ajibola Tokunbo should produce two sureties in like sum as part of his bail condition, NAN reports.
Tokunbo, the driver of the bus transporting the empty bottles, was docked for stealing, conspiracy and causing a breach of peace.the accused, who lives at No. 2, Taiwo Kehinde Close, Ipaja, a Lagos suburb, pleaded not guilty to the charges.

25-yr-old woman charged for trying to sell her baby for $500


Elizabeth Gayton, 25, and her partner Corryaune Paige made two attempts at getting rid of little Annabel, Cleveland police claim.
While bartering, mother-of-four Gayton allegedly left her two-year-old with a stranger she had met the day before.
Police were contacted after she returned for a second time to the west side of the Ohio city to pester relatives to buy the baby.

Military Recovers Video Recordings Of Boko Haram

The Director, Defence Information, Maj. Gen. Chris Olukolade, has confirmed that troops of the Nigerian Army have recovered video recordings of the heinous acts perpetrated by the Boko Haram insurgents.

However, Olukolade refused to disclose further information about the crimes against humanity captured in the videos in possession of the military.

He said, “It is true that troops have captured some video recordings of the terrorists but I would not want to say anything on that for now.”

Two Male Staff Of Home Best Hotel Die In Their Sleep In Imo

Residents of Edede, Owerri in Imo State, on Friday, woke up to hear the news of the mysterious death of two male staff members of Home Best Hotel, who passed away in their sleep in the same room in the hotel.

An eyewitness, who narrated the incident to our correspondent, said one of the deceased, Chima Nnadi , 25, a part-time student of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri, who hails from Enyiogugu, Aboh Mbaise Local Government Area of Imo State, put off a generating set that was running close to their room at about 11.39pm.

Nigerian couple in the dock for enslaving a man for 24 years in the UK

Dr Emmanuel Edet and wife, Antan

A Nigerian doctor, Emmanuel Edet and his wife, Antan, has been charged before a West London court after it was discovered that the couple had enslaved a man, Ofonmbuk Sunday Inuk, against his will from the age of 13, for 24 years before he finally managed to escape from them and inform police, reports the Daily Mail Online.
Dr Edet was also accused of human trafficking after he smuggled Inuk into the UK as child. when he was just 13 years old.
The court also heard that Edet demanded to be called 'master' and repeatedly beat his victim and subjected him to a life of misery for all of the 24 years.

Driver, conductor uses excreta to battle policemen in Imo

Bus driver attacks police officer

An Imo State based commercial bus driver and his conductor caused a stir at the popular Control Post, adjacent the Maria Assumpta Catholic Cathedral, Owerri, the state capital, when they took on some 'errant' police officers using some strange weapons: faeces, attacking the officers by throwing the human waste at them.
According to eyewitnesses, the policemen at the Post had flagged down the bus as the driver was driving recklessly.

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Husband catches wife working as prostitute in a hotel

A man was shocked when he realised that his wife was a prostitute.

A horrified husband was shocked to his bone marrow when he walked into a brothel and saw his wife who claimed to be a waitress, was actually working as a prostitute and was just coming out of a room with another man.
Tatenda Nyika of Gweru, a suburb of Zimbabwe, was left speechless after he discovered that his wife, Miriam Dube, had been selling her body for six months without his knowledge.

Alleged Tinubu-Buhari Rift: ‘I Will Name Them One After The Other’ – Oba Akiolu

The Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu, on Thursday 08 May confirmed that Governor Babatunde Fashola and his predecessor, Bola Tinubu indeed had a bitter quarrel that almost undermined the governance of the state.

This came as the outgoing Lagos Governor, Fashola openly apologised to all Lagos residents irrespective of class, ethnicity or religion, whom he said, might have been affected by different decisions he had taken in office.

The duo spoke at the Lagos TV complex, Agidingbi during a celebration of Fashola’s 2,900th day in office. The event was attended by former governors, former deputy governors, serving and former commissioners and traditional rulers among others.

Photo: Wizkid Shares Lovely New Pic With Tania Omotayo

Zoning Formula & Our Polity – By Charly Boy

Really been thinking about this zoning thing since this APC drama on it and wondering why we have allowed this to eat so deep into our system that at every quarter, it always raises its head. To think that the Change agents everyone has been clamoring about are back to the same issue of zoning formulas and reports have it that it is fast wreaking havoc is a high. It makes me wonder why zone in the first place?

The 360 states in the house of assembly, is it not enough representation for any quarter of the nation. Why do we need to complicate issues further because one would have thought the primary concern when it comes to appointment should be competence? We have tried this zoning thing over and again but what better has it done us because I hear someone say it helps to foster unity and participation.

Monday, 4 May 2015

10-year-old pregnant girl raped by stepfather refused abortion in Paraguay

Abuse: The girl, 10, was taken to hospital with stomach cramps, and doctors found that she was 21 weeks pregnant (stock image)

A ten-year-old girl in Paraguay who fell pregnant after allegedly being raped by her stepfather has been refused an abortion.
The girl was taken to hospital by her mother after complaining about stomach cramps, and doctors found that she was 21 weeks pregnant.
Termination is illegal in Paraguay, even in cases of incest and rape, and the girl has instead been moved to a 'young mothers' home', and her mother arrested over the alleged rape.

Okorocha Owes Primary School Teachers 13 Months Salaries; Promises To Pay

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo has pledged to pay the 13 months salary arrears owed primary school teachers in the state.

Okorocha made the promise during the 2015 Workers Day celebrations in Owerri on Friday. 

The governor also promised to clear all pension arrears less than N10,000 monthly while those higher than that would be spread over 12 months period.

US Offers France $35 Million To Fight Boko Haram, Excludes Nigeria

President Barack Obama of the United State of America (USA) has approved the disbursement of $35 million in military and defence support services to France as part of Washington’s contribution to the war against the terror group, Boko Haram.

The White House said the aid is on account of the Paris active support for Nigeria’s French speaking neighbours—Niger and Chad—in their fight against Boko Haram insurgents as well as Mali, which is battling Islamic extremism.

Okonjo-Iweala To Buhari: You Must Do Something About Oil Cartel

Nigeria’s finance minister, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has set an agenda for the Buhari administration: to tame urgently the oil cartel holding the nation to ransom.She spoke in Abuja today to refute the claim by the oil marketers that the nation is owing them another N200.2bn, just after the government paid them N156bn.

Igbinedion Donates N8M To Chief Judge's Book Launch The Day His Son Was Sentenced

An embarrassing scenario for the judiciary played out last‎ Thursday as businessman and father of former Edo State governor, Lucky Igbinedion, Chief Gabriel Igbinedion, donated N8 million at the launch of a book in honour of the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Ibrahim Auta while another judge of the same court sentenced his son, Michael, for offences related to money laundering.

Igbinedion  made the highest donation of N8 million at the book launch.
Igbinedion, dressed in all white apparel, mingled freely with serving and retired judges, including senior lawyers who populated the gathering. He hugged and shook hands with those his lawyer, Richey Tarfa, SAN, introduced to him. He came in a brown limousine, with Esama (his traditional title) printed on its number plate.

Photo: 'I Went Into Robbery To Pursue My Career In Football' - Suspect

The Lagos State Police Command has apprehended two robbery suspects, Stanley Okorie and Emmanuel Enu, one of who confessed to have robbed because he wanted to travel to Europe.

Our correspondent learnt that 25-year-old Enu and Okorie, 20, were nabbed by operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad in the Satellite Town and Ajegunle areas of Lagos in two separate robbery operations.

Ex-Militant Escapes Death Over Adoption Of Buhari In Rivers

The National President, National Coalition of Niger Delta Ex-Agitators, NCNDE-A, ‘General’ Israel Akpodoro, escaped death by whiskers in the hands of suspected assassins in Rivers state, Wednesday.

Akpodoro ran into an ambush by the suspected gunmen who opened fire on his car on sighting him on his way from Port Harcourt shortly after Mbiama junction where the Coalition held a pro-Buhari meeting.

Enugu Lawmakers Serve Governor Chime Impeachment Notice For Forgery

Members of the Enugu State House of Assembly, Monday morning commenced impeachment proceedings against Governor Sullivan Chime of the State.

DAILY POST reports that fourteen lawmakers, led by the Speaker, Hon. Eugene Odo sat early this morning where they read a notice of impeachment against Chime for allegedly forging the N12 billion 2012 Supplementary Budget.

The impeachment notice was signed by 14 members of the House including the speaker.

The Clerk of the House, Christopher Chukwurah was directed to serve the notice on the governor immediately.

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