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Twitter: BABCOCK student called out for allegedly raping 24 girls (Photos)


A Babcock student, Godknows Adolphus Owhor is currently trending on Twitter following allegations of rape against him.

The student’s alleged victims came forward with their story after Twitter user @caramelangiee shared screenshots of a DM she got.

Another lady also accused him of defiling her when she was just 14.

Other ladies came out to accuse Owhor of rape including an alleged cousin.

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65-year-old landlady arrested for allegedly duping tenants with flooded apartment



The police in Lagos has arrested a 65-year-old landlady over allegedly duping tenants with an apartment which usually gets flooded during the rainy season.

According to one of the tenants identified as Samuel Okpara, who lost all his properties, he had rented the new apartment during the dry season but it later turned out that the flat was built on a sewage line where floodwater usually passes during the rainy season.

The apartment, located at No. 19 Esther Ibekwe Street, Sewage area of Jakande Estate in Ejigbo, Lagos, was usually flooded during the rainy season as such tenants will have to move out after having made payment to give way for a fresh tenant, P.M Express reports.

Police operatives from Ejigbo Division led by the DPO CSP Olabisi Okuwobi have arrested the 65-year old landlady, Mrs Celina Obioma, for consistently renting out the apartment despite knowing that it was not habitable during the rainy season as confirmed by the residents.

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The landlady, Mrs Obioma, is facing the charge of obtaining under false pretence and willful damage.

Narrating his ordeal, the tenant, Mr Okpara, said he was looking for an apartment and the house was introduced to him by the landlady’s son, Sylvester, who was said not to be living in the house because of the flood.

He said that the house was painted and when he went to inspect the apartment, he discovered that there were signs on the wall indicating that flood may have affected the apartment in the past. He asked and was told that there was no such thing again as they have worked on it and it stopped.

Mr Okpara said he paid the rent including other expenses sometime in September 2019, which was during the dry season. He said when he moved into the house, residents in the area informed him that he will soon park out of the house. He asked to know why and he was told that tenants usually move into the house during the dry season and leave during the rainy season as a result of incessant flooding.

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He said when the rain started two weeks ago, he was sleeping in the house only to discover that the whole flat was covered with flood.

He quickly had to evacuate his family and lodge in a nearby hotel.

Okpara said that since then, he was homeless and pleaded with the landlady to refund part of his rent. She refused and he then reported the matter to the Police, who came to the house and discovered that he had lost all his properties in the house.

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On the side of the landlady, Mrs Obioma, she said that was how she met the place after she had invested her money on the house. She admitted that flood was the major challenge she was facing and she does not refund money whenever tenants pay her because she spent money to build the house.

According to reports gathered, many tenants had rented the apartment in the past and equally left during the rainy season in tears while the house will be repainted during the next dry season for another unsuspecting tenant.

When a P.M.EXPRESS reporter visited Ejigbo Police Station, the landlady was seen writing her statement but the Police source at the Station said she will be charged to Court because she was willfully using the place to extort money from unsuspecting members of the public.

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Ogun: 38-year-old man arrested for sexual assault, attempting to rape girl, 13



A 38-year-old man has been arrested by men of the Sango Ota police division for allegedly attempting to rape a 13-year-old girl, Timilehin, at Abe Igi Ewupe Ota in Ogun state on Tuesday, July 7.

The mother of the victim, Ms Caroline, said she sent her daughter on an errand and the accused who is a married man, allegedly dragged her into his house and attempted to rape her.

“I sent my daughter somewhere around our area to get something for me. On getting there, she did not meet the person. A man she met there then dragged her into the house, used a cloth to cover her mouth and attempted to rape her,” she said.

The distraught mother said she took her daughter to the hospital and after proper examination, the doctors told her Timilehin’s hymen was still intact. She said the suspect is currently at the Sango Ota police station.

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When the spokesperson of the state police command, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, was contacted, he said he is yet to get any information about the case but he would investigate and revert.

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Police arrest Osun school proprietor for circulating fake reopening date



A proprietor in Olorunda Local Government Area, Osun State has landed in trouble as he was held by police for circulating fake reopening date.

The proprietor was said to have been circulating proposal on school reopening on social media since Tuesday, which stated that schools will open on 20 July 2020 in Osun State.

He claimed that the decision was reached at stakeholders meeting on 6 July 2020 at the Ministry of Education.

According to the proposal circulated, “Schools are to resume on 20/07/20, Children to be only 20 in a class, For big schools, there will be two shifts every day, Morning shift 8 am to 12 pm.

“Afternoon shift 1.30 pm 5.30 pm, there will be no use of school buses until further notice, Resumption on 20/07/20 will run for 3 or 4 weeks to cover for 2nd term for pry6, Js3 & Ss3 only, Immediately after these weeks the full sch resumes for all classes to run for 11 weeks to cater for 3rd term, Immediately after the third term around 1st week of Nov. Schools resume for 1st term of 2020/2021 Academic year of which the first term will end in January 2021. While the second term starts around Feb. 2021, All schools must abide by PTF covid’19 rules on schools reopening.”

A source told The Nation that the executives of National Association proprietors of Private Schools are in disarray over the matter and have been pleading with the police to release their member who was circulating the proposal.

“The person that was arrested is a school proprietor in Olorunda Local Government Area.”

The Special Adviser to the governor on Education, Mr Jamiu Olawumi while reacting to the issue on phone, said:

“Schools were closed by the President and the power to reopen has been conceded to the state governors. Osun Citizens should await the announcement as endorsed by the Governor very soon. We have handed the person circulating fake information over to the police.”

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