Friday, 18 August 2017


There is a book titled, "365 STUPIDEST THINGS EVER SAID" and the unbelievable nate below is from that book:
"If you bought our course, ' how to fly in six easy lessons,'" we apologize for any inconvenience caused by our failure to include the last chapter, 'how to land your plane safely?' Send us your name and address and we will send you the last chapter post haste."

Is that not incredible? Can you imagine a student pilot taking off in a plane without knowing how to land it? All i can see is his or her bitter obituary swallowed up by tears shed like a river current by those left behind (REGRETS). LOL.

Monday, 14 August 2017

Man to pay N450,000 for allegedly beating another with wood

A 28-year-old man, Monday Michael, was on Monday charged before an Ota Magistrates Court in Ogun for alleged assault.
Michael, who lives at No. 36, Fadipe Street, Iyana-Ilogbo, Ota, is facing a two-count of assault and conspiracy.
The Prosecutor, Sgt. Chudu Gbesi told the court that the accused and others still at large, committed the offences on July 25 at about 7.00 p. m. at Iyana-Iyesi, Ota.
Gbesi said that the accused and his accomplices conspired to assault one Jelili Badru by using a plank wood to inflict injuries on his neck.
He said that the offences contravened Sections 351 and 452 of the Criminal Code, Vol. 1, Laws of Ogun, 2006.
The accused, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge.
The Senior Magistrate, Mr S. O. Banwo, granted bail to the accused in the sum of N450,000 with two sureties in like sum.
Banwo said that the sureties must reside within the court’s jurisdiction and swear to an affidavit of means.
He also said that the sureties should submit four recent passport photographs to the court and show evidence of tax payment from the Ogun Government.
The case was adjourned until Sept. 20, for hearing.

Thursday, 10 August 2017

Maths teacher kills 83-year-old uncle over land dispute

A mathematics teacher is blaming the devil after killing his 83-year-old uncle over a plot of land in Enugu State.

The suspect, Mr. Daniel Ekemezie, aka Bakassi, is a teacher in Ukpata Community Secondary School, in the Uzo-Uwani Local Government Area of the state.

Ekemezie, a father of two, had been engaged in a long-running land dispute with his uncle, Mr. Patrick Odoh.

Both men are natives of Ukpata community, in the Uzo-Uwani area of Enugu, where the incident happened.

It was gathered that around 8pm on March 4, 2017, Ekemezie abducted his uncle, Odoh, after waking him up from sleep.

He was alleged to have gagged Odoh and tied him to a tree in a forest.

The octogenarian was abandoned in the forest until March 8, 2017, when Ekemezie, having discovered that he was dead, allegedly buried him in a shallow grave.

Confirming the development, the Public Relations Officer, Enugu State Police Command, Mr. Ebere Amaraizu, said Ekemezie was arrested by operatives of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit.

The police spokesman said the teacher owned up to the crime after he was arrested.

He said, “According to the suspect, he had left for his uncle’s place with the intention of killing him in order to settle their age-long family land dispute.

“He disclosed that on getting to the place, he woke up his uncle and informed him that he had an issue to discuss with him.
“When his uncle woke up, he tied his mouth with clothes to stop him from shouting and whisked him quietly to the Iyimkpafu/Ofiakputu Forest at Ukpata, where he tied Odoh to the tree with a rope and left him there until March 8, 2017, when, according to him, the victim had given up the ghost.

“Ekemezie further disclosed that on noticing that his uncle had died, he hurriedly buried him in a shallow grave and fled.

“The Enugu State Police Command, through its operatives of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit, acting on intelligence information, promptly nabbed the suspect,.”

Following Ekemezie’s arrest, his uncle’s remains were recovered from the shallow grave.

Amaraizu said the teacher led police operatives to the location of the grave.

The mathematics teacher, who spoke with our correspondent, blamed the devil for his action.

He also declared his readiness to surrender the disputed land to his late uncle’s son, if he was pardoned.

He said, “I want to tell people to run from issues about land disputes because they can lead to loss of lives.

“I want the son of late Pa Patrick Odoh to forgive me and even take the land; I am ready to leave the land for him.

“I regret my action; it was caused by the devil.

“I recently lost my wife and I am left alone with two kids. God please help me.”

The police said the suspect would be charged to court at the end of investigation.