Gombe man ‘charms’ Kano teenage girl into marriage

Kano State Police Command says it has arrested a man, one Kabiru Abdullahi, 27, he allegedly charmed a teenage girl  and forced her into marriage in Gombe State. It also said it succeeded in arresting three others for allegedly raping a housewife and another minor girl. The command’s spokesperson, DSP Abdullahi Haruna said, “On October 10, one Alhaji Iliyasu Yakubu of Matugwe Village Sumaila LGA, Kano, reported a case against one Sale Yusuf, 30, of Ana-Dariya Village Tudun Wada LGA, Kano State. “He said when his wife Hajara Umar, 40, was returning from Matigwe Village Sumaila council to Falgore Village Tudun Wada council, the suspect attacked her on a bush path with knife, stick and forcefully had sexual intercourse with her. “The suspect was arrested and confessed to have committed the offence. The knife and stick were recovered. Case is under investigation. “Similarly, October 10, one Sadi Alasan of Zaura Babba Village Ungogo, Kano State, reported a rape case against Isyaku Sani, 25,  and Usaini Muhammed, 17, both of Zaura Babba Village Ungogo, Kano. “He said they deceive and lured his daughter, aged none, into a house at different occasions and each had sexual intercourse with her. “The suspects were arrested and confessed to have committed the offence. The case is under investigation.”

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Actor Jim Iyke speaks on alleged arrest at Lagos airport

Earlier it reported that talented Nollywood actor Jim Iyke was allegedly arrested in Lagos on Monday, August 27, at the Lagos airport. According to reports, the young man was arrested for reportedly slapping a Dana Air staff. This news on hitting the internet spread like wild fire and became a topic of discussion. Just few hours after this incident, the actor in a phone discussion with Pulse revealed that there was no arrest as he is still surprised about how people frame up stories. Iyke said: “I am surprised at this news. I am presently seating at the Dana Air office about to board my flight. I missed my flight and when I got to the airport, I wanted to try and see if I could make it because the plane hadn’t gone, they even tried speaking to the pilot but it was late. They had to put me on the next flight. My sister just called me to ask this same question because she said her old school friend called her and told she held about my arrest. I have been at the airport for two hours. I don’t know why people will come up with stories like this.” It was earlier reported that Nollywood actor Yul Edochie in a recent interview disclosed that he isn’t taking after his father or under any pressure to be better, rather he is trying to fulfill his dream.

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Police arrest 117 killer suspects in Zamfara

– The police said they have arrested about 117 persons in connection with the recent killings in Gusau, Shinkafi local government areas of Zamfara state – They warned all criminals at large to repent and surrender their arms to the Police or face dire consequences when they are caught – The repeated attacks on communities are said to have left residents in perpetual fear The Zamfara state police public relations officer, Mohammed Shehu confirmed the arrest of 117 persons suspected to be connected with the recent killings in parts of the state. News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Shehu said in a statement that the killings are in Gusau, Shinkafi local government areas and other parts of the state. According to him, the suspects were arrested during a raid carried out by the Special Tactical Squad of the Inspector General of Police (IGP) in conjunction with the Command Tactical team on Thursday, July 19, which lasted for several hours. He also noted that the command tactical team arrested 72 suspected bandits who specialize in using unregistered motorcycles to ferry kidnapped victims to their hideouts, while 73 unregistered motorcycles were recovered from them. The command, therefore, warned all criminals at large to repent and surrender their arms to the Police or face dire consequences when they are caught. It also enjoined members of the public to sustain their cooperation by providing timely/useful information to the police on criminal activities. This comes days after bandits stormed the villages on motorbikes, shooting sporadically at residents and carting away their livestock. One of the villagers said 30 people were killed across the villages during the attacks, although the police authorities insisted that only three people died. However, the repeated attacks on communities have left residents in perpetual fear and anxiety. They have, therefore, called on the federal government to be more proactive in securing their lives and property, and also stop the repeated killings stemming from herdsmen-farmers clashes. Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that[…]

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Sars arrests sergeants allegedly kidnapping npc employee amasike ameleonye.

– The police command in Imo state has arrested two sergeants and some other officers for allegedly kidnapping an employee of the National Population Commission (NPC) Amasike Ameleonye. – The sergeants, Olu Hygenius and Collins Ibe, according to police report, collected the sum of N 5 million from Ameleonye as ransom – Dasuki Galadanchi, the state commissioner of police, confirmed the incident, adding that the arrest was made possible through exchange of intelligence information between the command and members of the community The Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS) has arrested two sergeants of the Imo state police command, Olu Hygenius and Collins Ibe, and two other officers, Timothy Chukwukere and Chidubem Anyia, for their alleged involvement in the abduction of an National Population Commission (NPC) worker, Amasike Ameleonye. Hailing from the Ideato local government area of the state, Ameleonye was kidnapped on Friday, July 6, at Okwelle in Onuimo. Punch reported that the kidnappers collected N5m ransom before releasing their victim. Hygenius and Ibe, who served as aides to a former lawmaker Robertson Ekwebelem, were arrested by F-SARS personnel at the Imo international conference center in Owerri, the state capital. Concerning the development, a police informant told newsmen: “When they kidnapped the NPC worker, we followed up on them, but it was too dangerous to strike because of the life of the kidnapped victim. We allowed the family to play along and N5m ransom was paid. “After the release of the victim, we launched a constructive digital investigation into the matter. The two sergeants were arrested because they were found culpable. They are currently in F-SARS’ custody. “With our digital analysis, we were able to track the cops; they have admitted to the crime. Our scientific analysis revealed their identities while they kidnapped the NPC workers; they shot his police orderly and made away with his AK 47 riffle.” Chukwukere, one of the suspects, confessed to journalists that they also collected the riffle belonging to their victim’s police orderly. He[…]

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