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Sunday, August 31, 2014

A student of the Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Vivian Iwuji and her boyfriend, Obinna Ugochukwu have been arrested by the Imo state police for selling their new born baby boy for the sum of N620,000.

Female student and boyfriend sell baby for N620,000
Vivian who gave birth to a baby boy on August 2, 2014 decided with her boyfriend to sell their baby to a buyer, one Ehegalara Edwin who was also arrested by the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit of the Imo State Police Command, Owerri.
Luckily, the neew born baby boy was rescued from the buyer.
Their arrest was made possible by Vivian’s father, Mr Patrick Iwuji who reported to  the police that him and his wife were aware that their daughter, Vivian was pregnant but he was not convinvced of his daughter explanation about the whereabout of his grand-child.
According to Mr Patrick Iwuji: “She told  us that she was going to the hospital  to deliver and when we visited her, we asked her about the baby. She told us that the baby was dead.“I didn’t believe  her  and there was no trace  that my daughter’s baby was dead.
I had to  report to the  police. Later the case was transferred  to the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit for investigation.
“It was there that my own daughter  with her boyfriend confessed that they sold the baby boy  in the sum of N620,000 to one  Ehegalara Edwin.” 
On August 11, 2014 it was tears of joy at the Police Headquarters, Owerri when the Commissioner of Police, Mr Abdulmajid  Ali handed over the rescued baby  to Vivian’s father, Mr Iwuji.
Mr Grammar, Patrick Obahiagbon was at UNILAG recently, students had to attend with Dictionaries...




On the 2014 United Nations International Youths Day held in UNILAG by Rise Networks, students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) arm themselves with writing materials and mobile dictionaries to listen to Patrick Obahiagbon speak. Watch the video above, learn and laugh!

Saturday, August 30, 2014

5 year old AvaLynn was nearly disfigured when she was allegedly attacked by another pupil at her Elementary school in Mississippi this week. The most bizarre thing about this story is that the school is maintaining that she was not attacked, rather she got the horrific injuries in an accident while playing on the playground. Makes no sense. This looks more like a vicious attack to me.

Her mother and other relatives have opened a Facebook page for the young girl to tell what happened to her and share photos of her injuries, while seeking for justice. Below is what they wrote on the Facebook page about the incident...
"On Tuesday, August 26, 2014, Lacey Harris was called go come pick up her daughter at Arlington Elementary School in Pascagoula, Mississippi, because AvaLynn had been injured in an accident. The sight Lacey found when she got to Ava's school was a parents' nightmare: her face swollen, cut, and bruised beyond recognition." Continue...
Lacey rushed Ava to the family pediatrician, who burst into tears upon seeing the Ava's battered visage. Fortunately, the doctor determined that it is unlikely that Ava would have any permanent physical damage. Mental and emotional damage is another story altogether.
AvaLynn informed Lacey that she was assaulted by another student: that she was kicked repeatedly in the face until she fell off of the slide on the school's playground. The school informed Lacey were no teachers present when the incident occurred, and because of that, no one could prove whether or not another student had harmed Ava.
After days of Lacey, friends, and family members reaching out to local news stations and to Facebook and other social media bodies, the school finally released a statement: AvaLynn was injured as the result of an accident, one that involved no other children. Although a police report was filed, Pascagoula Police Department states that they are not investigating the situation.
The school basically claims that Ava injured herself, as all the photos depicting her injuries will debunk. The local PD claims that there has been no criminal act, which the injury photos also disprove.
So now we've taken this to Facebook, asking everyone out there to please share this page, to please share AvaLynn's story. We need this to reach as many people as possible so that this little girl will not go without justice. Please share this with your friends, your relatives, and all your local news outlets. Please help us get the answers and the justice that our little angel deserves.
The Pascagoula School District issued the following statement about the incident:
"A student was injured while playing on the playground at Arlington Elementary School Tuesday afternoon. School officials responded to the situation. The parent was contacted and the student received medical treatment. No other children were involved in the incident. The Pascagoula School District remains committed to the safety of all its students."

The mother of the girl, Lacey Harris (pictured above with AvaLynn), wrote on Friday night:
“As much as my heart is broken for my daughter, I am also amazed by the outpouring of love and support from our family, friends, Oasis church family and our community. Thank you so much for your concern, kind words, prayers, thoughts, shares, and donation. We ask that you continue these kind gestures.”
How do you fall and receive such injuries? This school should be temporarily shut down pending investigation.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

In a case of mistaken identity, Mr Reuben Ikwu, an Engineering lecturer of Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK), was reportedly attacked and shot by three unknown gunmen on Sunday, 24 August.
The gunmen had mistakened Ikwu for a Lagos-based businessman who was on a visit to Umuawulu, Awka South Local Government Area of Anambra State. The gunmen had trailed the Lagos-based businessman’s driver backhome to the entrance of the house, where he was playing host to the late Ikwu.

An eyewitness, Ferdinad, told journalists that when the gunmen shot and killed his guest, policemen, who were escorts of the businessman took cover, returned fire and shot two of the gunmen dead, while the third person, was severely wounded but still managed to escape in a Sport Utility Vehicle.

The Anambra Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr Uche Ezeh, confirmed the incident, saying that investigations revealed that the gunmen were kidnappers, as some criminals in police custody identified one of the gang members as their leader.
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