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18 year Killed Mum, Slept With Her Corpse For Rituals

The Edo State Police Command has paraded an 18-year-old boy, identified as Samuel Akpobome Emobor, who killed his mother and slept with her corpse for money ritual purposes. The 18-year-old said he was pushed to commit the heinous act by a ritualist who sells drugs in the community. He said that the ritualist who is now at large promised to ... Read More »

Champions League: Manchester United Beats Juventus in Turin

English giants, Manchester United came from behind to beat Italian Champions, Juventus 1-2 in Turin The game was a brave fight by the English who were on the back foot for most of the match. It was star man, Cristiano Ronaldo that put Juventus ahead in the second half with a blistering strike. Substitute Mata equalized for United with a ... Read More »

Why I Suck Breasts Of My Female Church Members- Pastor

A pastor, Raphael Obi, has admitted sucking the breast of women that visit him for deliverance. The suspect, popularly known as Pastor Sharp Sharp, disclosed this while being interrogated by detectives at the Area M Command, Idimu. In his confessional statement to the police, Raphael said that his brand of deliverance ministry involved sucking of women’s breasts. The suspect, who ... Read More »

AITEO Boss, Benedict Peters To Return From Ghana As EFCC Removes Name From Wanted List

Billionaire businessman and Founder of AITEO Group, Mr. Benedict Peters is set to return to Nigeria from Ghana where he had lived for a few years as the Economic & Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), from its list of Wanted Persons published on the Official website of the Commission. The move according to the Media Adviser to Mr. Benedict Peters, is ... Read More »

Oba Of Benin to Prince Charles ” Return Our Stolen Artefacts”

Oba of Benin, Ewuare II, has asked the Prince of Wales, Charles George, to support the agitation for the repatriation of ancient Benin artifacts which were taken to the United Kingdom in 1897 by the British authorities. He stated that the repatriation of the artifacts would enable him to establish Oba Palace Museum for the promotion of tourism in Benin ... Read More »