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Lady dies two months after posting ‘if I die during Lockdown no need for autopsy’ (Photos)

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Sandra Chinenye Obioha Ihekwereme

A 22-year-old woman has died two months after making a post about death on Facebook.

Sandra Chinenye Obioha Ihekwereme wrote on Facebook on April 4:

“If I die in this lockdown no need for autopsy. Na yam and red oil and garri with salt kill me.”

Sadly, Sandra passed on on June 12. Her obituary says she died “after a brief illness.”

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She will be laid to rest on Friday, July 3.

Friends are mourning her on Facebook while resharing her April post.

See Sandra’s obituary photo and more below:

Sandra Chinenye Obioha Ihekwereme

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Group of nine men gang rape five-year-old girl

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A five-year-old boy has allegedly been gang-raped by a group of children – all aged under 13 – on a remote beach in an Aboriginal community in Far North Queensland.

The attack unfolded at Napranum, on the north-west coast of Cape York in Queensland on July 1, police allege.

The four boys accused of the rape have been taken into custody, while the 800-strong community has banned them from returning to the town, The Australian reported.

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The alleged attack was so violent the five-year-old required emergency medical treatment and was airlifted to Cairns Hospital, some 800km away.

Community members said the disturbing allegations have torn several families apart and reopened wounds from a shocking sex crime that happened 15 years earlier.

“There are big arguments about how this happened,” a source told paper.

“It is creating big problems in the town. It is not the first time something like this has happened.”

The neighbouring community of Aurukun, about 40km south of Napranum, was at the centre of nationwide outrage in 2006 when a 10-year-old girl was gang-raped by nine men aged between 13 and 25.

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The young girl was born to an alcohol-dependent mother and suffered from a mild intellectual disability.

Although the men all pleaded guilty to a litany of sexual offences, the judge spared the perpetrators jail time, noting the victim ‘probably agreed’ to have sex with them.

She ruled the men were also victims themselves after growing up deprived and subjected to physical and sexual abuse at the hands of others in their community.

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No convictions were recorded in the horrifying case, sparking fury across Australia.

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Two corps members die, four others to repeat in Katsina

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Two corps members deployed to serve in Katsina state were said to have died during the service year while four who absconded from the National Service of the 2019 Batch B Stream 2 service year were to repeat their service.

The NYSC Coordinator in Katsina State Alhaji Ahidjo Yahaya who made this disclosure on Thursday during the passing out program, also announced that a total of 1328 corps members passed out from the state in the current service year

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The Coordinator who spoke through the Deputy Director Relocation and Deployment Branch (D&R) Mr Olaisebekan Taiwo, disclosed that those who were to repeat their service or serve various terms of extension ranging from two weeks and above were for different offences that breached the NYSC bye – Laws

He observed that the program was generally peaceful and successful, while the NCDC protocols on social distancing, washing of hands and use of Sanitizers and the face mask were observed by the corps members and the officials.

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He advised the corps members to leverage on their Skills Acquisition Training program of the scheme which they participated during the service year and establish themselves wherever they go.

He also told the corps members to observe the recommended personal hygiene and adhere strictly to social distancing and the use of face mask to contain the spread of the dreaded corona Virus pandemic.

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Ahidjo wished the corps members safe journey to their respective homes and success in their future endeavors.

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Man allegedly snatches neighbour’s wife, two kids in Osun

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A 42-year-old man, Jubril Anifowose was on Thursday arraigned before an Ile-Ife Magistrates’ Court over the alleged abduction of neighbour’s wife and her two kids.

The prosecutor, Insp Abdullahi Emmanuel alleged that Anifowose abducted one Kemi with her two children despite the fact that he knows that she is married to one Dotun Elufidipe.

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He noted that what the defendant did would have caused mayhem between himself and the wife’s husband.

He further that he conducted himself in a manner that may likely cause the breach of public peace of law and order at No 15, Enuwa Street, Ile-Ife thereby committed an offence contrary to and punishable under section 249(d) of the Criminal Code, Laws of Osun, 2002.

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However, the defendant pleaded not guilty to the one-count charge of abduction.

The Defence Counsel, Mrs F.O. Lawal, applied for the bail of the defendant in the most Liberal term.

The Magistrate, A.A. Adebayo, granted the bail of the defendant in the sum of N100, 000 with one surety in like amount.

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He adjourned the case until July 30, for hearing.

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