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Parents sell their only Son for 180,000

A 27-year-old man, Mr Daniel Bassey, and his wife,
Magdalene, have been arrested for trafficking their
two-year-old son for N180,000 to an agent in Port
Harcourt, Rivers State.
Parading the couple and 78 other suspects
involved in various crimes at the headquarters of
the Cross River State, Police Command in Calabar,
the Commissioner of Police, Mr Hafiz Inuwa, said
the duo were arrested on July 23, 2018 in Calabar
after a report by the mother of the child.
Inuwa said the mother of the boy reported to the
Efut divisional headquarters that her husband took
their only son, Moses Bassey, to an unknown
person in Port Harcourt through one woman simply
known as Mummy and collected some money.
He said, “On July 23, 2018, one Mrs Magdalene
Bassey, reported at Efut Divisional Headquarters in
Calabar that her husband, Mr Daniel Bassey, took
their first son to an unknown person in Port
Harcourt through one woman called Mummy.
“The police immediately swung into action and
arrested the suspect. Dur…

Carl Bernstein calls President Trump A National Emergency

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Carl Bernstein said the explosive revelations in the
book Fear by Bob Woodward make it clear that we
are now facing a “national emergency” caused by
President Donald Trump .
He said on CNN on Tuesday that the book brings
us all inside the Trump White House, “and it is a
horror show.”

Woodward and Bernstein together covered the
Watergate scandal, and their reporting for The
Washington Post ultimately helped lead to the
resignation of President Richard Nixon .
Bernstein said Woodward’s book makes it clear
that the White House staff is trying to protect the
nation and the world from the president himself,
who is described as a “rage-a-holic” and
“unhinged.”
“The only previous time that I know of that it’s
happened in our history is in the closing days of the
Nixon presidency,” he said. “This has been true
throughout the Trump presidency: Save the country
from the president of the United States.”
Bernstein said the system worked under Nixon due
to pressure from within the president’s own…

Carl Bernstein calls President Trump A National Emergency

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Carl Bernstein said the explosive revelations in the
book Fear by Bob Woodward make it clear that we
are now facing a “national emergency” caused by
President Donald Trump .
He said on CNN on Tuesday that the book brings
us all inside the Trump White House, “and it is a
horror show.”

Woodward and Bernstein together covered the
Watergate scandal, and their reporting for The
Washington Post ultimately helped lead to the
resignation of President Richard Nixon .
Bernstein said Woodward’s book makes it clear
that the White House staff is trying to protect the
nation and the world from the president himself,
who is described as a “rage-a-holic” and
“unhinged.”
“The only previous time that I know of that it’s
happened in our history is in the closing days of the
Nixon presidency,” he said. “This has been true
throughout the Trump presidency: Save the country
from the president of the United States.”
Bernstein said the system worked under Nixon due
to pressure from within the president’s own…

Usain Bolt becomes a footballer in Australia

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Olympic gold medalist, Usain Bolt has made his
first appearance as a professional footballer in a
pre-season friendly in Australia yesterday.
The Jamaican sprint legend who has been trianing
with Australia’s A-League club Central Coast
Mariners since last week, debuted against an
amateur side at the club’s stadium in Gosford,
80km north of Sydney, in front of more than
12,000 people.

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Linda Ikeji's sacked employee speaks on next move in handling the situation at hand

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Media practitioner Theo Ukpaa who was sacked by
Linda Ikeji over allegations of r*pe has finally
spoken.

Ukpaa who held a high position in Linda's
company was accused of r*ping a Emilia Samuel
when she was 16.
Emilia, who is now married with two children,
alleged that Ukpaa r*ped and deflowered her at the
age of 16-year-old and continued until he left the
country.
This got Ukpaa’s boss Linda Ikeji to sack him
while on his honeymoon which he still is on.
Reacting to the news, Ukpaa told Sunday Scoop: “I
am aware of the rape allegation. I am on my
honeymoon right now; I will be back to the country
next week. My legal team is on the matter. When I
come into town, we can have a chat.”
On Linda Ikeji sacking him Ukpaa confirmed his
appointment was terminated on Monday, August
27, after reading Samuel’s story and insisted he
would react to his sack after his honeymoon

Man demands $1M compensation for going to jail for a crime he didn't commit

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A man jailed for armed robbery in 1999 is seeking
nearly $1million in compensation after police found
his criminal lookalike.
Metro UK reports that Richard Jones, from Kansas
City, was released last year after a judge called
into question his original conviction. He had spent
17 years in prison because an eyewitness said he
was the robber.
Interestingly, other inmates repeatedly told him he
looked like a criminal named Ricky Amos while he
was in jail.
Jones lives on the other side of Kansas while his
lookalike lived near where the robbery took place.
It later turned out there was no DNA or fingerprint
evidence linking Jones to the crime.
He has now filed a petition seeking $1million in
compensation from the state of Kansas.
His lawyer, Richard Ainsworth, is hoping that he
will get a certificate of innocence and be
compensated so he could finally move on with his
life.
Jones said he missed seeing his 24-year-old and
19-year-old daughters grow up.

Pictures Of Nigerian Soldiers Allegedly Killed By Boko Haram Terrorists In Thursday's Bloody Attack Surfaces Online

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According to PoliticsNgr , Photographs of Nigerian
Soldiers killed by members of the Boko Haram
Sect during an attack on a military Base in Borno
last Thursday have surfaced online.
Recall that AFP on Saturday reported that at least
30 Nigerian soldiers were killed in a bloody
combat with Boko Haram jihadists.
The report stated that the attack happened on
Thursday.

AFP reported that military sources told the news
agency that the terrorists overran a military base in
the northeast near the border with Niger on
Saturday leading to the death of the soldiers.
Scores of jihadists in trucks stormed the base at
Zari village in northern Borno state late Thursday
and briefly seized it after a fierce battle in which
30 soldiers were killed, they said.


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