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Body of Man Who Jumped into Lagos Lagoon Resurfaces




The  body of the man who jumped into the Lagos lagoon around Lekki Toll on Friday, the 20th of October, 2017 in a suicide attempt has resurfaced and the corpse​ has been identified as ”Oluseye Adekunle​”.

His body was discovered  this Sunday morning by a local fisherman.

It was floating by the river bank around the Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge.

The body was recovered by the joint effort of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA)​ and Marine Police. and has been handed over to the State Environmental Monitoring Unit (SEHMU).

 The ​corpse has been deposited at the Lagos Mainland Hospital Mortuary.

The General Manager of LASEMA Mr. Adesina Tiamiyu, Managing Director, Mr. Damilola Emmanuel, and the DPO Maroko Police Station declared the recovery exercise closed at about 11​:​30 am​ this morning.

Mr Adesina ​Tiamiyu​ said the Police will carry out further investigation on the incident so that they can be able to ascertain why Mr Oluseye Adekunle had decided to take his life by jumping into the lagoon.

​The official urged Lagosians to be their brother’s keeper by ​promptly reporting suicide attempts to relevant authorities. He hopes by doing so, they can be able to avert another tragic occurrence.

The deceased was said to have left his state of residence in Ondo state a few days ago to attend a programme at the Redemption Camp, according to a family member. His family members are still unable to establish the reason why he chose to take his life.

Footage from the Close Circuit Televison showed the deceased, Adekunle Oluseyi, reportedly took off his clothes, phone, wristwatch, wallet, band and shoes before jumping into the water at about 10am on Friday.

LCCI officials, on getting the information, checked their Close Circuit Television (CCTV) footage and realised it was true, before alerting emergency workers.

Oluseyi’s wallet contained two Automated Teller Machine (ATM) cards and there was no cash inside.



Police Parades Six Suspected Homosexuals In Abia




The Abia State Police Command has arrested and paraded six suspected homosexuals in Abia State.

According to Linda Ikeji,  the suspected homosexuals were caught kissing and caressing at the City Global Hotel in Aba.

The Abia state police commissioner, Anthony Ogbizi, disclosed that the manager of the hotel alerted the Police when two homosexuals were found kissing at the hotel bar.

The suspects, however, denied committing the crime, saying that they were in Aba for the birthday party of one of their friends, Ndubuisi, adding that their families were not aware that they were arrested.

According to one of the suspects arrested who was identified as Chidera, they were all in one room because they were told that the category of the room they asked for was not available.

“I arrived at the hotel at about 6 pm and I asked my friend to book for a room for me. The hotel management said we should pay N5,000 for a room and we could afford it. So, we decided to manage that one room. After drinking at the hotel bar, we went to the room to change our clothes. It was at that time that we heard a knock on the door and when we opened the door, the manager started asking why we were six in the room. After explaining to him, he said they don’t allow more that three persons in a room and that was how he accused us of practising homosexuality in the room. There was nothing like kissing or making love in the room and we are not gays.”

Another suspect who gave his name as Ndubuisi who is a hairstylist stated that he only invited his friends for his birthday party and lodged them in the hotel, adding that they did not indulge in any homosexual act.

The Commissioner further noted that the Hotel Management would present the evidence against the suspected homosexuals who he said would be charged to court soon.

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Police Officers Allegedly Kill Man Over Refusal To Pay Bribe In Anambra



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Some group of trigger happy Police officers have allegedly killed a man over his refusal to pay a bribe in Anambra State.

This was made known by an eyewitness, Ngini Ebelechukwu Emmanuel, who took to Facebook to upload pictures from the murder scene in Anambra.

According to Ngini Ebelechukwu, the Metro Patrol Police shot the young man while trying to intimidate his driver to bribe them but unfortunately, an officer shot him.

He wrote: “Before my very eyes, the Metro Patrol Police shot this guy in a bid to intimidate his driver into parting way with a bribe, they previously held me to obtain from me. They threw away my papers as they flee the scene.I am posting this before they bury the evidence. I am an eyewitness, am ready to testify. This happened at Agulu before the Unizik campus.”

Recall that, the Nigerian Senate resolved to investigate the death of corp member, Miss Linda Angela Igwetu killed by trigger-happy Policeman.

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Twitter On Fire As Nigerians Report Policeman Abayomi Shogunle



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Twitter is currently on fire as Nigerians call on Twitter authorities to deactivate the account of the most controversial police officer in Nigeria, ACP Abayomi Shogunle, who serves as the Head of the Public complaint rapid response unit.

Since the beginning of the clamour for a scrap of SARS, Abayomi Shogunle has become a popular figure on every social media platform for always talking down of Nigerians who call for a scrap of the Police unit.

However, Nigerians are tired of stomaching his frequent support for perceived dehumanization by men of the Special Anti Robbery Squad(SARS).

This has triggered the annoyance of Nigerians on Twitter to report the policeman in their thousands so that his account can be suspended.

Here is an example of his thought that has angered Nigerians:

Here are some tweets from Nigerians about the report of Shogunle:

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