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The police in Nasarawa State has arrested a 23-year-old man for slicing the throat of his step-mother in Agyaragu village, Lafia Local government Area of Nasarawa State.

The Public Relations Officer of the Nasarawa State Police Command, ASP Ramhan Nansel, confirmed the incident to Channels Television.

According to him, the incident happened on stressing that he stabbed the elderly woman with a knife.

But narrating what happened, an eyewitness who confided to Channels Television said the suspect borrowed a knife and cut the woman on the leg who forcefully ran out of their house shouting for help.

The victim who was rushed to the hospital was confirmed dead, a situation which prompted the mother of the alleged suspect to run away for safety after the children of the deceased planned avenging her death.

“Biggie Was Nice Today,” Mike

Here’s what the Pepper Dem Gang were up to after the Arena Games.

Knowing that finale is near, the Pepper Dem Gang have been on a cruise since morning and it continued after the Arena Games. As the music played on, it was either some beautiful dance steps or gist galore. Either way, never a dull moment in the Big Brother House.

Car Freedom 
This is not the first time the Housemates would serve us their knowledge of different car brands. So when they started the car gist tonight we were not surprised. Omashola said that BMW is good for Lagos. But Seyi was more interested in a made in Nigeria brand, so he said he would check out the Innoson car. Well, Innoson is known for quality products, so we don’t think it would be a bad choice.


On Biggie’s Niceness
Being their final Arena Games experience, the Housemates would not stop talking about it. “Biggie was nice today,” Mike said. He wondered why no one got penalised with added time. Seyi and Frodd agreed with him. And talking about her energy, Omashola said Mercy’s performance at the Games beat his expectations.

Girlfriend’s Matter
Talking about their girlfriends, Frodd said he calls his her Obim, an Igbo word for “my heart”. Hmm how sweet! This made him remember her further when he said that she must have gone to meet his mother because they have a good rapport. “Because you’re now on TV,” was Seyi’s response. With Esther out of the Game, is Frodd now considering taking back his ex?


Whether they are just six in the House or not, you can’t take one thing away from the Pepper Dem Gang — they know how to cruise. Tonight was about gist.

Double Delight On Deck

What’s better than one amazing DJ? Two!

It’s no secret that the Pepper Dem Season draws to a close. What you don’t know is what we got planned for the final Saturday Night Party. Now you are about to find out. For months, we’ve given you nothing but the most lit Saturday Night Parties and on this final note, we figured what better way to end it than to go out with a bang of double delights. Tonight, we are going to have not just one, but two amazing DJs. Tonight, DJ Obi and Dj Ssnatch take control of the deck as they take us into the world of unimaginable musical explosion.

A Record Party

Famed for setting a Guinness world record in 2016 for performing a 240-hour back-to-back set, Obi Ajuonuma AKA DJ Obi has another task tonight – to set the record for the most lit and electrifying Saturday Night Party of the Season. If his entertaining performances are anything to go by, you know setting this record will be a piece of cake for him. Starting his career as a radio DJ, DJ Obi has gone on to win several awards and hosted some of the biggest parties in Nigeria and Europe.


Snatching Vibes

Also performing alongside DJ Obi to keep the energy on the dancefloor at an all-time high is Dj Ssnatch and going by his previous sets, tonight will be legendary. Not new to the scene, DJ Ssnatch is what you get when you mix a classic man with superb DJ skills.


Tonight, he brings a blend of class to his set at the Saturday Night Party and one thing is certain, if he isn’t snatching our weaves, he will be coming for our souls on the dancefloor.

Battle Of The DJs?

Right after Gladiators battle, DJ battles come a close second. Will there be a battle? We can’t say for certain but we are definitely looking forward to one. None of the DJs lined up for tonight has ever shied away from a battle and tonight won’t be the time they do. If there’s going to be a royal rumble between the DJs, you don’t want to miss it.


The Pepper Dem Saturday Night Party is rumoured to be the biggest Party of the season and we can’t wait to get it started.

Image sourced from Instagram: @djobiajent, @whoisdjssnatch

All Star Finale

Three all-star acts will be bringing down the House during the Finale. Wait… that’s not all, there’s more.

After 99 days of top-notch peppery entertainment, The BBNaija Pepper Dem Season will come to an end with performances from an all-star cast. Tiwa Savage, MI and Patoraking will be Live on stage at the Finale of the Pepper Dem Season delivering pulsating performances. The Finale plans to shake Naija with performances befitting the biggest Show of the year. Other acts billed to perform include Imagneto, ZinnyX, and Dance Machine Empire.

Every single artist brings something explosive to the Stage. Something guaranteed to leave everyone mind blown. Take for instance…

Miss Tiwa Savage

If any artist has had a great year, it’s this phenomenal award-winning lady right here. After signing a major deal with one of the biggest record company, featured on Beyonce’s album and released her chart-topping single ’49-99’, Tiwa Savage is set to take over the world, but first, she will be making a stop to take over the Big Brother Naija stage and have all of us in a frenzy.


African Rapper Number One

Away from twitter beef and rap battles, MI Jude Abaga is sitting comfortably on the throne of Nigerian rap and he isn’t stepping down anytime soon except to grace the Big Brother Naija stage with a legendary performance. The head honcho of the Chocolate City Music and multiple award winner will be on stage to show us why he is the chairman of Nigerian rap.


Pato The Boss

Coming from the success of his second Album, ‘Wilmer’, Patoranking has shown that when it comes to being consistent in the Nigerian Music Industry, he knows how it is done. He will be showing what it means to be consistent in the game as he steps on stage. Hopefully, he sings one of the songs he was featured on that has become a favourite in the Pepper Dem House. See brother… brother wey mumu 🎵🎶


Of course, we won’t have all these amazing performances without incredible dancers to turn up the tempo and that’s where Imagneto, ZinnyX, and Dance Machine Empire come in.


The King Of All Parties

Thought the Pepper Dem Five will be partying alone? Then you were in for a great surprise.

Two DJs, one performance, nineteen ex-Housemates and the last Saturday Night Party in the Big Brother Naija House was simply out of this planet. Sparkling in their outfits from Ochulo, the finalists rocked the glitz and glam themed Party in a way only they could do.


What Kind Of Pepper Is This?

“Housemates, move to the Party room immediately”

They did move, but the surprise they met in the Party room was one of a kind. The ex-Housemates were in the building, ready to party with them just like old times but there was a snag. On the dancefloor separating the ex-Housemates from the finalists was a glass. The Housemates could see their former mates but couldn’t touch them. How painful.


Our heartfelt concerns went to the ships and by this, we mean Frodd and Mercy. The way Esther was grinding on the other side of the partition was enough to make Frodd pull a superhero stunt but he held himself. What about Mercy? Sneaking peeks at her boo Ike like it was ages ago they last saw. At one point, we thought she was going to kick down the glass but being in the finals was enough consolation. Sorry guys, you will see your sweethearts very soon.

Bring Back The Tease

When Tuoyo removes his cloth at a Saturday Night Party, you know it’s about to get real.

Tuoyo truly added Spice to the final Saturday Party the way he knows how to do. From grinding down low to giving us a view of his briefs, Tuoyo brought sexy back to the dancefloor. Well done boss, you truly took us down memory lane of what Saturday Night Party used to be.


Signing Off With A Bang

Truth be told, DJ Ssnatch and DJ Obi made the Housemates lose their home training on the dancefloor with the songs they played from the start of the party to the end. Even Biwom added her flavour to the Party and with all these ingredients, the recipe for a great party was created

What a way to wrap up the Saturday Night Party for this season.

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Everything that is happening now is showing that the doom Era of the World is about to begin. We have been commanded to help as many souls as possible become Rapture ready for Jesus to rescue before the great Tribulation begins.Why would you allow these ephemeral technologies, cars and decaying glitz of this world to buy your eternal Soul?! We all blame people that commit suicide for hating themselves, but do you too really love ourselves? Do we truly appreciate and value Life?

If you truly do appreciate your life, then you will do exactly what you need to do to live forever in an environment far more peaceful and unimaginably "technologically" sweeter than this world of punishment, you will not allow your eternal Soul to cling and sink with this sinking decaying world of sin because of the deceitful sweetness of worldly technology that has made many to trade their eternal Souls. 
If you truly love yourself, you will love your CREATOR, if you truly love your CREATOR, you will obey HIS Command to love your neighbor and be rewarded with Eternal life, if you truly love your neighbor you will not be ashamed or let pride prevent you from preaching to them. You will not be at peace until you have helped them know that they can choose to live forever too. Most humans alive now agree that something usual is about to happen. Bible and Quran confirms that the only human that has been alive for over 2,000 years is Jesus Christ. HE is the only human that has ever achieved immorality and shall help all humans that accept HIM to live forever too. YAHWEH ALMIGHTY has given us the Power to choose to live forever, or to perish with this short life.

Many Christians are sincerely not guilty of not preaching or doing any work for the CREATOR of Heaven and Earth, because they believe that God is not interested in using them. Or, at least, that God is not yet interested in them being a Pastor/Evangelist. I, too, used to free my heart from guilt of being a sin addict and unholy those days, by thinking "afterall God did not call me".

Over the years, 2 things have become very clear to me:
(1.) That ALMIGHTY GOD still specifically calls people through audible voice, trance/vision, and dreams. But most already called could not perceive it because of materialism, addiction to lust, and the fact that their love for this World has deadened their spiritual sensitivity. I fell into this category before his Hand of Mercy came to my rescue. I'll reveal more on this later.

(2.) Generally too, HE has automatically called every Christian to help other humans realize the only way to live forever by first living this short life according to the pattern that Jesus has told us. It is a must for every Christian to Preach to others to accept Jesus Christ that came to show Humanity the only Way to earn immortality. It is the last and most important Command that our LORD gave to us before ascending into Heaven.
Matthew 28:19-20.
"19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost
20 Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen."

So, if you have been seeking any evidence that GOD called you, seek no further, this is it! You, as a Christian, have been called to relentlessly preach with every fiber of your being in this injury time.
The precious blood that JESUS Christ shed for Humanity should not be allowed to be in vain on these souls we daily meet. In Daniel 2:3, GOD ALMIGHTY said that those that preach to win souls are the wisest of humans, and shall become immortal. Not just that, HE said they shall also shine forever as bright Stars. Join them today, start preaching to everybody that is yet to accept Jesus and HIS Way of eternal life.

Israel Adesanya dethrones UFC middleweight champion Robert Whittaker with stunning second round knockout victory at UFC 243, 042hits.com reports.

The ascension is complete; Israel Adesanya is the UFC's undisputed middleweight champion.

Adesanya dethroned Robert Whittaker in stunning fashion, knocking him out in the second round to unify the division in front of a UFC-record crowd of 57,127 at Melbourne's Marvel Stadium.

The Nigerian-born Kiwi landed a right hand which floored Whittaker in the final seconds of the first round and officially ended the contest with a left hook 3:33 in the second.

"He threw everything we expected," Adesanya said. "We had everything planned for plan A to Z. It's unreal, they said I have no knockout power.
"He caught me with a nice one but I returned. I eat it but give it back two times. I hate to get hit. It's stupid to get hit. I'm tough and smart. At the end of the day, my team and I were smart."

042Hits.com gathered that Nigeria-born Adesanya is now the first NZ fighter to win an undisputed UFC crown, capping a phenomenal rise that has seen him rise to the top of the division in seven bouts and less than two years since joining the promotion.


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Busola Dakolo has demanded that the founder and Senior Pastor of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, Biodun Fatoyinbo, apologise for allegedly defiling her. 

Mrs Dakolo in a writ filed on her behalf by her lawyer, Pelumi Olajengbesi and Co of Law corridor, demanded that Pastor Fatoyinbo pen a clearly worded apology on the front page of at least two national newspapers and two national television stations for seven days running consecutively.

She also demanded that Mr Fatoyinbo address a ‘personal apology letter’ showing honest remorse for his misdeed.

In the suit obtained Exclusively by Channels Television, Mrs Dakolo told a High Court of the Federal Capital Territory in Abuja that the defilement by Pastor Fatoyinbo has adversely affected her marital sex life.

Mrs Dakolo also demanded that a cost of action estimated at the sum of N10,000,000 (ten million naira) be paid.

In her suit, Mrs Dakolo reiterated that Pastor Fatoyinbo “forcefully pushed her unto a couch close to the front door of her house, pinned her to the couch, undressed her, caressed her body, fondled her breasts, exposed his genitals to her glare, forcing a bottle of soda (Krest) down her throat thereby making her breathing difficult.”

She further claimed that all the while he was covering her mouth to muffle her screams and threatened her life on the 23rd of September, 2002.

According to her, these actions “both jointly and/or severally are outrageous and reckless and have caused her emotional distress” amounting to intentional infliction of emotional distress on her.

READ ALSO: Why I Boycotted PFN’s Panel On Dakolo’s Alleged Rape – Fatoyinbo

Mrs Dakolo also stated that on another occasion, Pastor Fatoyinbo also drove her to a secluded area, forcefully pulled her out of the car, undressed her, spanked her buttocks, threatened her life, caressed her body, fondled her breasts and exposed his genitals to her glare, this she said took place on the 26th of September, 2002.

She described the sexual intercourse Fotoyinbo allegedly had with her on both days, jointly and/or severally are outrageous and reckless and amounts to intentional infliction of distress on her.

Mrs Dakolo also asked the court to declare that Fatoyinbo’s denial of his alleged acts contained jointly and/or severally through a press statement he released on June 28 2019, had caused her continuous emotional distress and amounted to intentional infliction of emotional distress on her.

According to the writ, Pastor Fatoyinbo is expected to cause an appearance to be entered for him in an action at the suit of Mrs Dakolo, within fourteen days of being served.




Busola Dakolo, wife of the musician, Timi Dakolo, had in June accused the founder of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, Pastor Abiodun Fatoyinbo of defiling her.

In an interview that went viral all over social media, she said that while she was still a teenager, the cleric visited her parents’ home early one morning when no one was in the house and raped her.


Mangosuthu Buthelezi, leader of the Zulu ethnic group in South Africa, has asked angry South Africans to remember the sacrifice Nigeria and Nigerian leader, Olusegun Obasanjo, made for their country to come out of apartheid. Buthelezi said this on Sunday September 8th while addressing a mob chanting ''Foreigners must go'' in Johannesburg. According to Buthelezi, many African nations played key roles in the struggles of South Africa. The Zulu leader recalled how Obasanjo invited him over to Nigeria when the white minority was in power, adding that he also delivered a lecture at the 82nd birthday ceremony of Obasanjo.“In fact, on the very day that Transkei took so-called independence, President Obasanjo arranged for me and my wife to be in Nigeria so that I could avoid attending Transkei’s independence ceremony. General Obasanjo invited me to Nigeria again this year, where I delivered a lecture in celebration of his 82nd birthday,” he said Read his full speech below:I come here today not as a politician, but as an elder. There is a terrible quarrel in our nation with foreign nationals who are living amongst us. Lives have been lost and property damaged. There has been looting and burning and violence. While all this is happening, the world is watching, and we are being judged.I must speak very bluntly to my fellow South Africans, not to take sides, but to quell the tensions with the voice of truth.What we have seen in the past few days is unacceptable. The attacks on foreign nationals and their businesses are purely xenophobic. It is a violation of human rights and a violation of our Constitution. Our Constitution enshrines the right to freedom from all forms of violence. That right applies to everyone in South Africa, whether citizens or not.We cannot allow this to move in cycles. It is not the first spate of attacks; but it must be the lastI understand the tensions, the complaints and the anger. I understand that there is validity to the complaints, on both sides. I also understand that wrongs have been committed by both sides. This has not come out of nowhere.But there is a saying in Zulu that you cannot slaughter all the sheep because one sheep has transgressed. In a situation of conflict, it is dangerous to tar everyone with the same brush. Even where there are valid complaints against an individual, we cannot take the law into our own hands. Looting and destruction of property is a crime, full stop. Assault is always wrong.Don’t think these things have no consequences. This violence has diplomatic and economic ramifications. We have hundreds of thousands of South Africans living in countries throughout Africa. We have businesses and companies operating across this continent. We have vital trade relations within the African Union and within SADC, the Southern African Development Community. South Africa is not an island.There will be sanctions against us for what we are doing. It started with the Zambian Football Association cancelling a soccer match against Bafana Bafana. Then Nigeria announced a boycott of the World Economic Forum on Africa being held in Cape Town. But as I feared they would, sanctions quickly turned to retaliation.Already South African-owned companies in Nigeria have been targeted for looting and vandalism. MTN has had to close all its stores to protect staff, while the police stand guard at Shoprite stores. On Thursday our diplomatic missions in Abuja and Lagos were forced to close after threats were received. President Buhari has announced a visit to South Africa to speak to President RamaphosaWe need to stop this thing in its tracks before serious action is taken against us. Do we really want to escalate into international conflict?I feel ashamed. As Africans we are making ourselves a laughing stock in the rest of the world. Because the world knows what we seem so quick to forget: Africans are brothers and sisters. In every family there are quarrels and squabbles. But the way we are behaving is shooting ourselves in the foot. We are making the name of South Africa a swear word on the continent. This is not the first time we have had a spike of xenophobic attacks is our country. In 2008 and in 2015 lives were lost and livelihoods destroyed as communities went on the rampage against foreign nationals. I went then, too, to the communities and townships, and I spoke as I am speaking now.But now my words are somehow different. The sentiments have not changed, but there is a sense of urgency because I fear what will happen if we fail to extinguish this fire. The IFP has formally asked the Speaker of the National Assembly to call an urgent debate in parliament, not just to condemn xenophobia, but to hear what the state intends to do to swiftly end the violence.We cannot allow this to move in cycles. It is not the first spate of attacks; but it must be the last. We have been facing the rising problem of undocumented migration ever since 1994. I served as the first Minister of Home Affairs in a democratic era. For ten years my department grappled with this, trying to find a way to balance human rights with the good of the country.I was struck even then by the number of undocumented Africans within our borders, especially from Zimbabwe, and the implications this had for our ability to create social and economic justice for South Africans. But when I pointed out our porous borders and said they need to be guarded, some people actually accused me of xenophobia, saying it was because I didn’t go into exile. If anyone knows what our African brothers sacrificed for the sake of our struggle, it is I. Many of the countries whose citizens were coming to South Africa had given sanctuary to our political exiles during the struggle for freedom. Being an Anglican myself, I received a letter from the Anglican Bishop of Mozambique, Bishop Dinis Sengulane, lamenting that I was not helping his people who were flocking to South Africa. These accusations were painful, and quite misplaced. Because if anyone knows what our African brothers sacrificed for the sake of our struggle, it is I. I went myself to Zambia and Tanzania in 1974, to thank President Kaunda and President Nyerere for giving sanctuary to all our exiles. Earlier this year, I again visited His Excellency Dr Kenneth Kaunda in Zambia, and he spoke touchingly about the risks they took on our behalf. Let me quote him directly.He said:“Prince Buthelezi, we first met in 1974 here in Lusaka when I was a leader of a young independent nation of Zambia and was honoured to be leader of the frontline states which were all newly independent states. We hosted South African political exiles and freedom fighters. (It) was a huge risk to our own freedom as a nation. Financially we could not afford this task, since Ian Smith had closed the borders for us to transport goods through Rhodesia. The security risk was enormous on our people as the apartheid regime in South Africa was becoming more and more vicious. But we had to do that historic duty for the freedom of black people. I am a very proud man that we did this and all God’s children in South Africa… are free today.” Friends, this is our own history. African countries like Lesotho, Swaziland, Nigeria, Zambia and Tanzania took huge risks on our behalf. Is this how we repay them? I am not saying that anyone should be able to live in South Africa if they come here illegally, or if they are illegally running a business. If they are committing crime, they are criminals like any South African would be a criminal for doing the same thing. But we cannot adopt the attitude that Africans have no right to come here, and no right to be here, if they come through legitimate channels. I know that even this is controversial. I remember visiting Geneva for a meeting called by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. As South Africa’s Minister of Home Affairs, I discovered that many people who claim to be refugees are not refugees in the legal sense of the word. Yet due to various and very real problems in their countries, they are forced to try their luck in South Africa. Through immigration legislation, I sought to protect South Africa, closing the door to undocumented migration while opening it to the skills our country so desperately needs. There is, for instance a shortage of doctors in South Africa, and with our failing health care system we need to welcome professional doctors from Nigeria and other countries. I still regret the irrational hostility towards my Immigration Act when I brought it to the Cabinet of President Mbeki. We moved in the wrong direction as a country and we never resolved the rising tensions. It’s time to do that now, before it is too late. We dare not forget or disregard all that was done for us by African leaders like His Excellency President Olusegun Obasanjo. As a member of the Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group, General Obasanjo revealed to the world the real conditions of our people under apartheid. He supported us in our stand against the regime’s plan to deprive us of our citizenship.In fact, on the very day that Transkei took so-called independence, President Obasanjo arranged for me and my wife to be in Nigeria so that I could avoid attending Transkei’s independence ceremony. General Obasanjo invited me to Nigeria again this year, where I delivered a lecture in celebration of his 82nd birthday. This is one of the giants of Africa. What are we doing to his people?I have been a guest of President Hastings Banda in Malawi. I was received by His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie in Ethiopia. In Addis Ababa I was received by the Under-Secretary of the OAU, Dr Peter Onu. In Liberia, President Tolbert bestowed upon me a National Order, The Knight Commander of the Star of Africa. And when the OAU bestowed a posthumous award on my mentor Inkosi Albert Luthuli, I accompanied MaNokhukanya Luthuli to Maseru to receive the award from His Majesty King Moshoeshoe II. If we turn our despair, our anger and frustration against our brothers, we will start a feud that can only end in tragedyOur struggle is tied to the struggle of these countries throughout Africa. They fought colonialism just as we did. And they sacrificed to see us liberated. So when I say that we are one family, I am speaking the truth. Just recently, when my wife passed away, His Majesty the King of Lesotho paid a visit to my home to comfort me. We are brothers in Africa. Yes, South Africa is struggling economic hardship. Our country is in crisis. The cry of our people has not fallen on deaf ears. But if we turn our despair, our anger and frustration against our brothers, we will start a feud that can only end in tragedy. We are fighting our own family.Friends, I am a Christian. I believe what the Bible says. It says, quite clearly: “When a foreigner resides among you in your land, do not mistreat them. The foreigner residing among you must be treated as your native-born. Love them as yourself, for you were foreigners in Egypt…” (Leviticus 19 v 33 and 34)“Let them live among you wherever they like and in whatever town they choose. Do not oppress them.” (Deuteronomy 23 v 16)“Do not take advantage of a hired worker who is poor and needy, whether that worker is a fellow (citizen) or a foreigner residing in one of your towns… Do not deprive the foreigner or the fatherless of justice.” (Deuteronomy 24 v 14 – 17)“Cursed is anyone who withholds justice from the foreigner.” (Deuteronomy 27 v 19)“Do not oppress… the foreigner… Do not plot evil against each other.” (Zechariah 7 v 10) I cannot put it more clearly. This is not my instruction, but God’s. Let us be led by our moral conscience.



Busola Dakolo demands Fatoyinbo’s apology, says her marital s3x life terribly affected

A High Court of the Federal Capital Territory in Abuja has commenced hearing to rule on the rape scandal involving Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA).

According to reports, Busola Dakolo told that the court that the incident has affected her marital sex life negatively. She, therefore, demanded “a personal letter of apology” from the cleric to show honest remorse for his misdeeds.

Busola Dakolo, a photographer and wife of the musician, Timi Dakolo, had in June accused the founder of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, Pastor Abiodun Fatoyinbo of rape.


Mrs Dakolo had alleged that some years ago, while she was still below the age of 18, the pastor allegedly visited her parents’ home when no one was in the house and allegedly raped her.

Dakolo’s suit filed by her lawyer, Pelumi Olajengbesi and Co of Law corridor, was reportedly obtained by newsmen in Abuja on Sunday.

According to the suit published in Punch and cited by TheNewsGuru, TNG, Busola Dakolo’s lawyer said Fatoyinbo’s denial of his alleged acts contained jointly and/or severally through a press statement he released on June 28 2019, had caused her continuous emotional distress and amounted to intentional infliction of emotional distress on her.

Olajengbesi said, “The claimant avers that she was immediately terrified and in shock while the defendant pinned her down on the couch following which he caressed her body, fondled her breasts, pulled her pant, quickly half-pulled his trousers and ordered her to allow him to have his way with her.

“The claimant avers that the defendant in the process used his hand to cover her mouth, thereby muffling her screams. The claimant avers that the defendant made efforts to penetrate her vagina, whilst she struggled to fight him off; however, the defendant overpowered her and penetrated her vagina and had sexual intercourse with her.

“The claimant avers that while she was in shock of the incident which had rendered her befuddled and mortified, the defendant rushed out of the living room area of her family home and briefly returned with a bottle of soda (Krest) which he forced down her throat thereby making her breathing difficult.”

He added, “The defendant further proceeded to threaten the claimant’s life by telling her he would greatly harm her if she ever revealed the incident to anyone. The claimant avers that following her second ordeal with the defendant, she became dejected, kept to herself and hated herself, developed utter loathing for everything around her and withdrew to herself and away from all spiritual activities of the church.

“The claimant avers that despite getting married, she continues to live in constant fear, suffers several series of mood swings, emotional and psychological distress, and also worries about her safety. The claimant avers that her marital sex life has been affected negatively as a result of her terrible experience with the defendant, thereby resulting in her continuous emotional and psychological distress, which has not ceased.”


Veteran Reggae musician, Majekodunmi Fasheke, aka Majek Fashek has been hospitalised at Queen’s Hospital, London, for a serious illness and may need financial assistance to pull through.

The manager of legendary reggae star, Uzoma Day Omenka has confirmed the report that the singer is gravelly ill and receiving treatment at a hospital in London, England.

According to Omenka, Majek Fashek became gravelly ill last month and was rushed to London on August 24, 2019 after a brief admission at a Lagos hospital.

He said a notable Nigerian known for his philanthropic gestures has promised to take care of his medical bill but does not wish to have his name revealed.

“Although, his medical bill for the surgery has been taken care by this notable Nigerian. I don’t want to mention his name, but we have serious issues with day to day upkeep. As I speak to you, Majek cannot eat and cannot talk, I have to do virtually everything for him. Right now, we are in dire need of finance to survive here in London.

We spend a lot of money every day to keep him alive. I have approached the Nigerian Embassy here but they abandoned us to our fate.

Majek has not eaten in days and the only food he can eat has to be specially prepared.

The truth is, we are stranded here. We are in great debt and we need help urgently if we don’t want this icon to die.

Photo Credit: @official_majekfashek

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