Two use magical ring to gang rape 19-yr-old student

TWO young men have been remanded in Agodi Prison by an Ibadan Magistrate Court for allegedly using a magical ring to abduct and gang-rape a 19-year-old secondary school girl in Ibadan.The post Two use magical ring to gang rape 19-yr-old student appeared first on Vanguard News.

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Two use magical ring to gang rape 19-yr-old student

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Baby rescued from sewage pipe in China

The dramatic rescue began after cries were heard from a fourth-floor apartment toilet. Alarmed neighbors heard the sounds and saw a tiny foot inside a ceramic bowl. There was a baby inside, CNN reports. They called the fire department in the Chinese city of Jinhua, state broadcaster CCTV reported. Unable to pull the infant out out, rescuers …

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Gunmen kill polio worker in Pakistan

Gunmen killed a female health worker taking part in a WHO-supported anti-polio drive in northwest Pakistan Tuesday, police said, the latest in a series of deadly attacks on vaccination teams. Two attackers on a motorcycle opened fire on the team on the edge of the city of Peshawar, near the restive…

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Govs forum’s imbroglio

 The unfortunate post-election disagreement being witnessed in the Nigerian Governors’ Forum accentuates the fact that it takes a dim view of the tenets of democracy. Given the astonishing level of division and the ensuing ruckus vis-a-vis the forum, one is driven to wonder if it was at the …

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Re: Lagos vanity law

I am of the opinion that taxing the ostentatious and luxury products most especially automobiles will not curb corruption. The reason being that the money the owners used to acquire these exotic cars was stolen from the public. To me, the panacea is to change our voting pattern and elect responsible and highly disciplined leaders that will change our orientation…

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NGF disgraceful election

The controversy over the Nigerian Governors’ Forum election has fully proved that intrigues and outright dishonesty by those who rule us with iron hands have gradually but certainly put our beloved country Nigeria at the throes of democratic paralysis and possible political death. My honest questions are, does the forum not have …

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NGF crisis and 2015

Please allow me a space in your newspaper to comment on the recent Nigerian Governors’ Forum election. For Governor Chibuike Amaechi, I wish to congratulate him, but for Governor Jonah Jang, the Presidency and the Peoples Democratic Party, this is a clear signal of what to come in 2015. I will advise Jang to accept defeat because it is obvious he …

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NECO, SSCE exam date

 I want to appeal to Nigerian universities and polytechnics to please note that the National Examination Council’s Senior Secondary Certificate Examination for 2013 will start on Saturday, June 1 and end on July 12 so that their post-UTME test dates won’t clash with the NECO exam as was the case last year. Secondly, I will want all exam committees…

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Missing democratic dividends

 In Prof Ayo Olukotun’s commentary on “Our democracy and the missing dividends”  published in his column last Friday, he wrote inter alia, “On the hopeful side, Jonathan has kept a few of his promises such as the one to establish a federal university in every state…” With due respect, the promise …

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Mimiko and NGF crisis

Sir, I cannot agree more with Mr. Bamidele Aturu who in The PUNCH of Tuesday, May 28,2013 had expressed his displeasure and disappointment with Governor Olusegun Mimiko of Ondo State for the ignoble role he and others played in the controversy attendant to the election of the Chairman of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum last Friday even as …

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