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POLICE PARADE THE 3 PEOPLE WHO KILLED FINAL YEAR UNIOSUN STUDENT AND ROASTED HIS HEAD FOR RITUAL

They are: Sakariyau Abdulrafiu (19), Ibrahim Ayuba (24) and Yusuf Aliu (18). We earlier reported that the decomposing corpse of a 400 level student of the Osun State University Student, who went missing since nine days ago, Oluwafemi Shonibare, has been found inside a bush near one Alfa’s house.

Students living near Jafaria Street, revealed that the Alfa, who was arrested in connection with the student’s disappearance, showed the policemen the place where the corpse was dumped. .

Muslim cleric Sakariyau Abdulrofiu; Ibrahim Ayuba and Yusuf Aliu have confessed that they killed him. The trio said they wanted to use the student for money ritual.

Abdulrofiu said that they hit Shonibare with a pestle on the head and later butchered him. He stated that the deceased’s head was roasted but said that luck eventually ran out on them and they were apprehended by the police.

MOZAMBIQUE ARE RITUAL KILLING BALD MEN, BECAUSE OF A BELIEF THAT THEIR HEAD CONTAINS GOLD

Bald men in Mozambique could be targets of ritual attacks, police have warned, after the recent killing of five men for their body parts. Two suspects have been arrested in the central district of Milange, where the killings occurred.

“The belief is that the head of a bald man contains gold,” said Afonso Dias, a police commander in Mozambique’s central Zambezia province. Albino people have also been killed in the region for ritual purposes. Three men have been killed in the past week alone.

The BBC’s Jose Tembe in the capital, Maputo, says police think the notion of a bald head containing gold is a ruse by witchdoctors to get clients to take a person’s head to them. .

“Their motive comes from superstition and culture – the local community thinks bald individuals are rich,” Commander Dias is reported as having told a press conference in Maputo. The suspects are two young Mozambicans aged around 20, the AFP news agency reports.

A regional security spokesman, Miguel Caetano, told AFP that one of the victims had his head cut off and his organs removed. The organs were to be used in rituals to advance the wealth of clients in Tanzania and Malawi, Mr Caetano said, citing the suspects.

PHOTOS: GOOD SAMARITAN FULFILLS PROMISE TO CRIPPLED MAN WHO ROLLS AROUND AND USES HIS HEAD TO WALK IN LAGOS

Read the Previous Report here Kokun has just fulfilled his promise to Abdul. he just bought him a new wheelchair, and gave him an additional N100k cash, to go back to Minna, Niger State, to settle himself with a good business.

It’s a Great Monday and we bought a new wheel chair for Abdul as we promised and also 100,000 Naira cash again to go back to Niger state Minna to settle him self with a good business.. #kokunfoundation # Ending Solution

GOOD SAMARITAN COMES TO THE AID OF CRIPPLED MAN WHO ROLLS AROUND AND USES HIS HEAD TO WALK IN LAGOS

Guys Remember the Crippled man we posted about yesterday Watch Video Here Incase you missed it, 

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His case is so Heartbreaking because he was so disfigured and crippled from birth that he literally rolls on the ground with his head to move around daily, well the goodnews is that popular Nigerian Philanthropist @kokunfoundation has just came to the aid of the physically challenged man in Lagos, he gave him N50k cash and is promising to buy him an Electric Wheel Chair, Kokun shared the goodnews on Instagram;

Thanks to God I was able to See Abdulmaleek just as I Arrive Lagos now and I gave him 50,000 Naira cash just to go and enjoy himself for today and tomorrow and on Monday will get him the Electronic wheel chair on Monday .. .#kokunfoundation

Thanks to God I was able to See Abdulmaleek just as I Arrive Lagos now and I gave him 50,000 Naira cash just to go and enjoy himself for today and on Monday will get him the Electronic wheel chair. .#kokunfoundation

“Any Fulani Herdsman You See Around Me Or The Church Premises, Kill Him, Cut His Head” – Apostle Suleiman

Senior pastor of the Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleiman, has instructed his security officers to kill any Fulani herdsman that they find around him or his church premises.

Suleiman who had a running battle with Kaduna state governor, Nasir El Rufai, after the governor gave an order that churches in his state must obtain license from the state before they can preach (READ HERE ) told his congregation while preaching last Sunday January 15th, that someone called him to intimate him that there is an alleged plan to send some Fulani herdsmen to kill him. He says he has instructed his security officers to kill any herdsmen seen around him or around his church premises.

“Somebody called me and told me that there is a plan to send Fulani herdsmen after you and I said ok and the person said I should be careful and I said careful of what. He said the herdsmen are just going to run into the road like herdsmen and begin to cause confusion and while your security men clear them and you come out, they will open fire. I said okay. After about a week, he called me and said please, if you don’t do that, they might bring them to come around church premises. I said its okay. And I told my people, any Fulani herdsman you see around you, kill him. I have told them in the church here, that any fulani herdsman that just entered by mistake, Kill him, Kill Him. Cut his head. If they are busy killing christians and nothing is happening, we will kill them and nothing will happen.” he said

Nigerian Warship And Troops Head For Gambia To Sack Jammeh

Nigeria soldiers will, on Wednesday (today), arrive at a base of the

Economic Community of West African States troops in Senegal to ensure that President Yahya Jammeh of the Gambia steps down on Thursday, January 19.

Nigerian warship, NNS UNITY, is also heading for the coast of The Gambia to join the operation.

The PUNCH learnt from a top military source in the Nigerian Air Force that the troops would be briefed by the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, in the early hours of Wednesday, before leaving for Senegal.

It was gathered that apart from the NAF and the Nigerian Navy, the Nigerian Army would also contribute troops, although the number of deployment could not yet be ascertained as of the time of filing this report.

The source said some of the NAF fighter jets were expected to airlift the troops.

He said, “I can confirm to you that men of the Air Force will leave for Senegal tomorrow (Wednesday). They will be briefed by the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, at the Kainji base in Niger State.

“That Nigeria is deploying troops is now a certainty after several meetings with The Gambian president yielded no result. The Chiefs of Defence Staff of ECOWAS countries came to Abuja on Saturday, where they discussed what components each member state is expected to contribute to the troops that will force Yahya Jammeh out.

“The troops are expected to stay for two weeks and they will be received at a base in Senegal.”

Another military source added, “The NNS Unity is currently sailing off the coast of Ghana, after leaving from Lagos. It is not only Nigeria. Senegal is the host country for the troops, as it would be easy to launch an attack from there.”

The Defence Headquarters, Abuja, however, said it could not confirm the deployments, adding that it was a matter being coordinated by political leaders.

The Director, Defence Information, Brig. Gen. Rabe Abubakar, said, “We should not drag the Nigerian military into a political issue. What is happening is a political discussion between the ECOWAS leaders, aimed at solving a political impasse in one of its member states.

“Whatever they agreed to do is what will happen. Therefore, the military is not for any engagement regarding Jammeh or any other person for that matter.”

Adama Barrow of the opposition party won the December 1, 2016, presidential election but Jammeh, who initially conceded defeat by congratulating Barrow, made a U-turn a week later, saying he would challenge the results.

Despite interventions by the African Union and ECOWAS, Jammeh insisted he would not hand over power to Barrow.

This stance informed the decision of the leaders to withdraw their recognition for Jammeh as the Gambian president after Thursday.

Meanwhile, Jammeh, on Tuesday, declared a 90-day state of emergency 24 hours to the end of his tenure.

He warned security forces against violating the order or engaging in acts likely to cause a breach of the peace, and denounced “foreign interference in The Gambia’s election.”

The declaration of a state of emergency by the embattled President followed a rejection of his injunction to stop Barrow’s inauguration by the Gambian Chief Justice, Emmanuel Fagbenle, on Monday.

In a televised announcement on Tuesday, Jammeh said, “Any acts of disobedience to the laws of the Gambia, incitement of violence and acts intended to disturb public order and peace are banned under the state of emergency.”

He directed security forces to “maintain absolute peace, law and order.”

Barrow is currently in Senegal and due to security fears, he was unable to attend the funeral of his eight-year-old son, who died on Monday after a dog bite.