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AFTER SEVERAL WARNINGS! Choirmaster’s wife pours acid on husband’s mistress



A 43-year-old housewife, identified as Maureen Ndikwe, has been arrested by the Delta State police for allegedly bathing her husband’s mistress with acid.

Ndikwe is reportedly the wife of the choirmaster of a popular Pentecostal church in Asaba.

According to police sources, Ndikwe doused acid on her rival on Sunday evening at a well-known hotel around Infant Jesus area of Asaba where the husband and the lady reportedly had sexual intercourse.

WuzupNaija gathered that the choirmaster has been engaging in illicit affairs since he became the choirmaster of the church especially with teenagers and single ladies.

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His promiscuous behaviour made his wife vow to take laws into her hands and stop his disgraceful acts if infidelity, Daily Post reports.

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A senior police officer at the station, who confirmed the arrest of the suspect to journalists on the condition of anonymity, said,

” The suspect confessed to attacking her rival in anger and with acid water. She said in her statement that the girl failed to steer clear of her husband after several warnings.”

It was gathered that the choirmaster frequently bedded his “women” at an undisclosed hotel.

The Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Andrew Aniamaka, also confirmed the incident, he said

“The woman said she caught the husband with the girl in the hotel after they may have had sexual intercourse, and at the gate, she poured acid water on her body.”

He added that the victim was receiving treatment at the Federal Medical Center, FMC, Asaba as an investigation was ongoing.

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An eyewitness, Tony Ehrew, said Ndikwe emerged from the bush path to the hotel when the unsuspecting husband and the girl were moving towards the gate and doused the acid on her husband’s mistress.

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However, during Ndikwe’s attempt to escape, she fell down and an angry mob descended on her before the police arrived the scene and took her away.

The pastor in charge of the church, who spoke on condition of anonymity, confirmed that there have been reports claiming that the choirmaster is a serial womaniser.

He said, “We were just planning to expel the suspect’s husband when the bubble burst. By this, he can no longer serve as a choirmaster of the church again.”


Kano Court sentences man to death by stoning for rape



An Upper Shari’a Court sitting in Kano on Wednesday, sentenced a 60-year-old man, Mati Abdu, to death by stoning after his conviction for raping a 12-year-old girl.

Abdu was convicted on a count charge of rape contrary to Section 126 of Kano State Shari’a Penal Code Law 2000.

The Trial Judge, Ibrahim Sarki-Yola, said the accused person pleaded guilty to the charge after the case was adjourned for the fourth time without changing his plea.

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Sarki-Yola said the Court was convinced by the accused person’s admission of the charge against him and found him guilty.

The Judge, thereafter, convicted the accused and sentenced him to death by stoning under Section 127 (b) of the Kano State Shari’a Code Law 2000.

Sarki-Yola, however, ordered a 30-days grace within which to appeal the judgment.

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Earlier, the Prosecution Counsel, Ms. Badariya Muhammad, had told the court that the convict committed the offense sometimes in 2019, at Farsa village in Tsanyawa Local Government Area of the State.

Muhammad told the court that the convict at about 1:00 p.m. had unlawful canal knowledge of the 12-year-old girl under a tree situated at Farsa village in Tsanyawa.

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The prosecution argued that the offense contravened Section 126 of Kano State Shari’a Penal Code Law 2000.

In his submission before the Court, Abdu pleaded guilty to the charge in four separate sittings of the Court.

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Police declare war on killers in Ekiti community



The Police in Ekiti State on Wednesday declared war on persons suspected to be involved in the violence and killing of two persons at Ire Ekiti, Oye Council Area of the state over the stoppage of Ogun Onire Festival celebration.

The town had been embroiled in violent crisis since Sunday over attempt by its monarch, Oba Victor Bobade to enforce government’s directives banning the celebration of the annual Ogun Onire Festival to prevent further spread of COVID 19.

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The action considered as provocative to Ogun worshippers had led to an attack on the palace of Oba Bobade, where two persons were killed and a car burnt in the process.

The police had arrested one arrowhead of the violence and 15 other suspects declared wanted.

The Police Commissioner, Mr Babatunde Mobayo, in a statement in Ado Ekiti, on Wednesday, said the command had begun a mop up operation to halt further killings and turning the town to a killing field.

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The statement signed by the Command’s Public Relations Officer, Sunday Abutu, said:

“In order to restore peace to the Community, the Commissioner of Police wishes to inform the people of Ire-Ekiti that the Police shall be carrying out a mop up operation and investigation to fish out the perpetrators in the Community from the hour of 6:00 am today, 12th August, 2020.

“In view of this, the Commissioner implores the people of Ire-Ekiti Community to be law-abiding, cooperate with the Police deployed and avoid any act that could frustrate the aim of the operation, as such adverse act shall not be tolerated.”

Mobayo observed with dismay, how some “unscrupulous” persons in their large number had taken to the streets, destroying properties, causing injuries and death of innocent citizens and consequently causing a state of anarchy and unnecessary apprehension.

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Two Nigerians, Sudanese jailed for entering Malta with forged passports



Three men – two Nigerians and a South Sudanese – have been jailed six months for using tampered passports to enter Malta.

The Nigerians – 26 years old Jerry Onyibe and Iwezu Tony, 30 – and a Bany William, 21, from South Sudan were charged with falsifying the passports, knowingly making use of them and possession of falsified documents.

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Magistrate Caroline Farrugia Frendi jailed the three men after they pleaded guilty.

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