1. Notorious Human Trafficker Apprehended In Edo State.
The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, said it has arrested a 45-year-old woman, Rhoda Omorogie, alias Mama Bobo, for her alleged involvement in the trafficking of young girls from Benin to Europe.
2. Female Kidnapper Who Charges 500K Per Child Apprehended.
A woman in her early 30s was, was, caught at Elepe, Ikorodu, Lagos yesterday while trying to kidnap a child from her mother’s room. She was caught by the child's mother chanting incantations on the child, The child's mom immediately raised an alarm and made sure the woman was held down until police came.
After sever beating and interrogation, she confessed that a man sent her and she gets N500,000 per child.
3. Sex Workers Has Taken Over Secretariat As Their Workplace.
It appears that the economic situation in the country has really affected the women of easy virtues as most can no longer afford to pay for their rooms in brothels and are now forced to do their runs outside.
Many of them have now found solace at the Ejigbo Local Council Development secretariat along Ikotun/ Isolo road in Ejigbo.
4. Buhari Has Done A Good Job In Restoring Nigeria's Image says Ex Speaker Of Kastina State.
A former Speaker of Katsina State House of Assembly, Alhaji Aliyu Muduru, said on Wednesday that the nation’s international image had been redeemed significantly by President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.
Muduru, who is still a serving member of Katsina State Assembly, made the assertion in an interview in Abuja.
5. A man has reportedly sacked his wife for moaning out of pleasure during rape.
A Benue State-born man (name withheld) has sacked his newly married wife because she was making some ‘funny moaning’ sounds while being raped by armed robbers in his presence.
According to Daily Post, the incident played out in the couple’s residence on Bello Street in the Iyana-Ejigbo area of Lagos State, when armed robbers visited them in the death of night few months after they came back from their village where they had conducted their traditional marriage.