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Abia Commissioner’s father regains freedom eight days after kidnap

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The father of a commissioner in Abia State Oil Producing Areas Development Commissioner (ASOPADEC); Henry Chilka, Pa Chilaka has regained freedom from the custody of his abductors.

While information about his release was still sketchy at the time of filing the report, information has it that Pa Chilaka has reunited with his family eight days after he was abducted from his Ugwati village in Ukwa West Local Government Area of the state last week Tuesday.

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While information has it that undisclosed amount of ransom was paid before the abductors were able to release the septuagenarian, sources said that the gunmen had demanded N60m and later came down to N10m days before his eventual release.

“After dribbling the person who had gone to pay the ransom from Igirita to Chokocho community, Igbo-Etche LGA of Rivers State where they eventually collected the ransom worth millions of naira, they later released the old man to his family members,” said a source.

Pa Chilaka on the day of his kidnap thought that the knock on the door was from his children, not knowing that it was from men wielding guns, who forcefully took him that night to an unknown destination.

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More than 36 hours after his abduction, Pa Chilaka’s abductors were yet to establish contact with his family members, fuelling speculations among natives that the hoodlums may be holding on the septuagenarian to get his sons who is well placed in Abia government.

It was gathered that the gang that kidnapped Pa Chilaka was the same that has been terrorizing the area in the past three weeks when three persons were reportedly kidnapped.

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Painter arrested for allegedly defiling 11-year-old girl in Ebonyi

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Police in Ebonyi have arrested a man identified as Mr Anointing, (not real name) for allegedly defiling an 11-year-old girl from Ezza North local government area of the State.

Recounting her ordeal when she was interviewed by the Special Assistant to Ebonyi State Governor on Security and Utility (Capital City) Saint Nchekube Anakor, the Primary 5 pupil said the painter who resides in the same compound (close to the Federal High Court) with them, usually sends her on errands and also makes her bring it to his room.

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She also disclosed that Mr Anointing has sexually abused several times before being nabbed.

The girl said;

“He will always sent me to buy something for him, and when I come back, he will tell me to bring it to his room.

“Each time l entered his room, he will be touching my breasts and be inserting his fingers into my vagina. I don’t like what he does to me and I don’t know how to tell my parents.”

Narrating how the suspect was nabbed, Mr Anakor said he got a tip-off of the incident from one Tochuckwu and others from disco two at about 3:30 a.m on Wednesday, August 5.

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Upon getting to the compound, he discovered that Mr Anointing had been caught red-handed in the act by his neighbours.

Anakor said;

“Thanks to Tochukwu Nwankwegu and others from Disco 12. It was like a joke at exactly 3:30a.m. last night.

“The little girl, aged 11 years, who lives near Federal High Court, Abakaliki, opened up on how one Mr Anointing, a painter who also lives in the same building normally took her to his room and sexually abused her.”

The suspect refused to say anything at the scene of the incident and was taken to Kprirkpiri Police Station in Abakaliki, where he was detained by the Police.

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Fake Army Major arrested with 420 packs of Indian hemp in Delta

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Fabian E. Ojumah, a 44-year-old man posing as a Major in the Nigerian Army, has been arrested by the Delta State Police Command with substance suspected to be Indian Hemp.

WuzupNigeria gathered that the fake major was arrested by the operatives of the Safer Highways patrol team of the command on the 31 July 2020 along Sapele-Benin Road.

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Fabian, who hails from Abbi in Ndokwa-West Local Government Area of Delta, was nabbed with a fake military van with plate number NA142- B01 conveying 420 packs of compressed weeds suspected to be Indian Hemp, the police said in a social media post on Friday.

According to the post, Fabian told the police that he has been involved in the business of Indian Hemp sale since 2014.

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He reportedly admitted that the van belongs to him and that he bought the Army plate number from a serving army personnel.

He was said to have revealed that the Army uniform he wore was bought at Mammy market within the barracks.

This, it was gathered, was possible because he grew up in the barracks and thus has a military background, though not a soldier.

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Police intercept container filled with tramadol, codeine in Lagos

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The police in Apapa Area Command of Lagos State have intercepted a 40-foot container laden with drugs suspected to be Tramadol and codeine.

The container was intercepted on water and taken to a bonded terminal in Apapa.

A team of officers from Customs and the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) joined the Area B Commander, Olasoji Akinbayo, on Thursday for inspection.

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The Area B Commander has recently intercepted similar imports and has transferred the case and two suspects to government prosecutors.

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