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How Police nabbed Pastor after infecting 15 boys with HIV virus

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Fresh facts have emerged on how supposed Pastor, one Prince Ezuma Chizendere, whom Police said is the General Overseer of the Jesus Intervention Household Ministry, was trailed and arrested after infected 15 teenage boys with HIV virus. The Police said that the Imo state born gay Pastor had been having carnal knowledge of teenage boys through the anus knowing fully well that he was HIV positive, an act which is against the Law of the land. ADVERTISEMENT The police said that the suspect was out to infect as many boys as possible as he pays his victims the sum of N2,000 each after sex.

It was learnt that the bubble busted after some neighbours reported the matter to the police. It was also learnt that the parents were pained seeing the number of school children go in and out of the suspect’s apartment without any inkling of what was going on. Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Zubairu Muazu said that the hunt for the suspect began sometime on January 22, 2019, after a case of defilement of an unnamed minor was reported at the Ejigbo Police station following which one Prince Chinecherem, a HIV positive patient was arrested and charged to court for penetrating the teenager’s anus and infecting him with the deadly HIV virus. Muazu said that investigation carried out revealed that Reverend Prince Ezuma Chizemdere, was part of the syndicate defiling teenagers in the community. “Meanwhile, on getting to learn of the arrest and arraignment of Prince Chinecherem, Reverend Pastor Prince Ezuma Chizendere reportedly disappeared into thin air. Frantic efforts by Police detectives attached to Ejigbo Division to track down the fleeing ‘man of God’ met the brick wall. Several undercover visits to the church with a view to track him were also not successful either as he was not always in service. However, the bubble burst on March 21, 2019, after news of Reverend Ezuma’s presence filtered into the ears of the Divisional Police Officer Ejigbo, CSP Bisi Okuwobi who promptly mobilized her men and stormed the resident few seconds to mid-night” he added The Lagos State Police boss said that the Pastor and some unsuspecting occupants simply ushered the police to the door of his apartment. But the cunning Pastor having smelt a rat, told his unwanted visitors that he was coming to open the door for them after repeated knocks,. “I am coming please, give me a minute” he reportedly told the midnight visitors; not knowing that at this time, he was busy burrowing a hole into the ceiling and curled into another man’s apartment’s ceiling. One hour on, the Police detective who were becoming curious having laid siege to the building and environs had to force open the door only to meet empty apartment. “But when I looked up, I discovered that the Pastor had broken part of the ceiling and climbed into it, he even meandered into another man’s apartment’s ceiling. So while we were calling him out, he no longer responded; that was when we knew he could be hiding in the ceiling and thereafter, he was arrested,” he said

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Nigerian Youths Lack Intelligent Curiosity, They Want Things Quick And Easy – Wole Soyinka

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Professor Wole Soyinka, has said that he would not keep silent whenever injustice is done to any powerless or vulnerable Nigerian by the people at the helms of affairs of the country.

In an interview with Premium Times, the Nobel Laurete said he feels himself reduced whenever some horrendous violation is being done to another human being, especially the downtrodden.

“If I step out of my house and there is some horrendous violation being done to another human being, I feel myself reduced, and for the rest of the day, maybe the rest of the week, I’m not really whole. It preys on my mind. In other words, there are other things that I would rather be doing than going out on a limb to bat.

“If you live in a society like this where you feel, sometimes, that you are completely alienated from the rest of society, where society itself doesn’t seem to share, in the main, same principles, where very often, in fact, you find the very people you’re trying to defend turning on you because they prefer to take the side of power. They feel more comfortable under tyrannical forces because they perhaps feel that, if they just endure such tyrannical forces, they might go away in the end.”

Speaking on the Nigerian youth, Soyinka frowned at the treachery of the so-called young generation saying many of them are only just waiting for their own slice of the national cake, stressing that they admit it, they co-opt others and even ridicule the progressive ones among them.

“The first thing is that I have never given a blanket endorsement of youth. I used to exchange friendly disagreements with Tai Solarin from time to time over this. I remember I took him on once when he said, I can die for the young generation, and I said, don’t say that. Don’t be so sweeping in your statement, some of this young generation is treacherous and many of them are only just waiting for their own slice of the national cake.

“But something has been happening to our youth. It’s probably the technological strides in communication and dissemination of information. Far too many of them, empty-headed, really think that they know. They are what I sometimes refer to as the generation of be–the- first- to- comment. It’s like they are sitting down there, they don’t understand the issue somebody has just posited, either as a blog or whatever you people call it, I don’t know– I don’t live in that virtual realm,” he added.

He said some Nigerian youth lack intelligent curiosity, adding that they want things quick and easy and that they ridicule those who take the trouble to set a standard.

“They strike me as capable of betraying a serious, genuine cause and endangering themselves–-which is okay–-but to endanger the overall movement is unacceptable. They want everything quick and easy, and they want knowledge as pre-digested mush.

“Anything that requires even figuratively chewing over an idea, a moment, an occurrence, they resent it, they ridicule those who take the trouble to set a standard-– it’s too much labour for them to aspire to a higher level. I become sickened, in the main, by this so-called new generation,” he said.

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Soldiers Kill 3 Policemen, 1 Civilian To Free Arrested Kidnap Kingpin

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Nigerian Police Force Wednesday accused some Nigerian troops of killing three policemen and one civilian.

Police spokesman Frank Mba in a statement said the soldiers also freed a suspected kidnap suspect, Alhaji Hamisu, who was arrested by the Police operatives, led by ASP Felix Adolije.

Mba said the policemen “came under sudden attack and serious shooting by soldiers of the Nigerian Army, along Ibi – Jalingo Road, Taraba State.”

He said “three policemen (comprising one Inspector and two Sergeants) and one civilian died as a result of gunshot injuries sustained in the attack while others sustained serious gunshot wounds.”

“The soldiers thereafter released the handcuffed suspect, Alhaji Hamisu, who is now on the run,” Mba added.

Mba noted the freed suspect has been on the police wanted list for “his complicity in several high-profile kidnap cases including the recent abduction of an Oil-Mogul in Taraba State wherein a ransom of about One Hundred Million Naira (N100,000,000) was paid.”

The Force said it has commenced investigation into the “bizarre and unfortunate incident.”

The military is yet to react to the accusations.

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RevolutionNow: Nigerians Have Right To Protest But… – Oshiomhole

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National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole on Wednesday said that Nigerians have the right to protest but must properly articulate their grievances.

Briefing State House correspondents after a meeting of the APC National Working Committee, NWC, with President Muhammadu Buhari at the presidential villa, Abuja, Comrade Oshiomhole condemned Omoyele Sowore, the convener of the Global Coalition for Security and Democracy for the revolution protest on Monday.

He said that Sowore who was the Presidential candidate of the African Action Congress, AAC and the Sahara Reporters publisher decided to lead the protest after failing to win the February 23, 2019 presidential election.

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