Bukola Saraki Sacks 98 Of His 300 Aides and other major headlines you missed today

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Bukola Saraki Sacks 98 Of His 300 Aides 
 Senate president Bukola Sarai, has reportedly sacked 98 out of his 300 aides. This was made known by an aide of Mr. Saraki.Earlier in the year, the office of the senate president had conducted a staff audit in a bid to reduce the number of aides, which was about 300.

 Arthur Ndiwe, Saraki’s director of protocol, and Folashade Adigun, head of administration, were among those laid off, the aide revealed.
The exercise is believed to be a way of cutting down cost. There are currently about 4,600 legislative aides at the national assembly.

I Am Tired Of Being Denied Sex, I Want Out - Man Dumps His Police Officer Wife And 4 Kids

A police woman attached to Lagos Command (name withheld) is currently working hard to regain her husabnd who dumped he with four children for a single mother, Grace.

According to P.M EXPRESS, Eloka left after complaining severally of being denied sex. He reportedly moved to Grace’s house at Abaranje in Ikotun area of Lagos.
Eloka had complained to some of his friends that his wife was too busy to give him attention and to satisfy him sexually which he had found in Grace who was said to have given him full attention.

Sources at the Ikotun Police Division where it was reported, said Chinyere had tried to use her police connection to bring back her husband but she was told by the police that it was purely a civil matter which the police had no power to treat.

However, some said Grace might have used love charms to hook Eloka who seemed to have abandoned his family completely.

P.M.EXPRESS contacted Grace to know why she chose to keep another woman’s husband in her house, and she said it was a choice Eloka made by himself and she was satisfied with his decision.
She denied that she used love charms on him but said Eloka entered into the relationship because he needed care and attention which she said she was out to give him.

Meanwhile, there were indications that there have been efforts by Eloka’s family to reach out to Grace for settlement so that Grace will leave Eloka and return to his wife and children.

Man Beats His Son To Death Over Stolen Belt

A certain Sikiru Adebayo, was on Thursday arraigned in an Osogbo Chief Magistrates’ Court for murdering his son. He allegedly beat his son to death.

The prosecutor, Sgt. Duro Adekunle, told the court that the defendant committed the offence on July 31, at Abidogun Zone 7 area of Osogbo.

It was revealed that Adebayo beat his son Uthman Adebayo to death after the boy was said to have stolen a belt belonging to a neighbour.

He said the offence contravened Section 319(1) of the Criminal Code, Cap 34 Vol. 11 Laws of Osun, 2003.

Defence counsel, Mudashiru Balogun, prayed the court to grant his client bail on the most liberal terms.His plea was however denied.

The Magistrate, Mrs Fatimoh Sodamade, ordered remand of the defendant in police custody and amendment of the charge to reflect manslaughter as indicated by the DPP.

The case was adjourned until Aug. 11 for mention.


My Wife Is A Drunk And Trouble Maker - Man Begs Court To Dissolve 20-Year Old Marriage

A  20-year-old marriage between Mr Karimu Adeosun and his wife, Sidikatu, was dissolved by an Ado Ekiti Customary Court over allegations of drunkenness and threat to life.

President of the Court, Mrs Olayinka Akomolede, in her judgment, said disoolving the marriage is the right decision as court’s records that the marriage had broken down irretrievably.

Custody of the two children the marriage produced was given to Sidikatu for proper care.

Olayinka ordered Karimu to provide monthly feeding allowance of N5,000 to Sidikatu to cater for the children effective from Sept. 31 and the money be paid through the court’s registrar.
Both parents were also ordered to be responsible for the education of the children and granted the father unrestricted access to the children.

The 75-year old petitioner, Karimu, a farmer, who resides at No.25, Ajowa St., Ado-Ekiti, filed the application to divorce Sidikatu whom he married 20 years ago as the fourth wife.

Karimu in his petition accused Sidikatu of constant drunkenness which often led to indecent behaviour.

“My wife is a drunk and whenever she takes beer, she will start fighting our neighbours.

“I’m not comfortable with this and if I dare intervene, she would start abusing me,” he told the court.

Not stopping there, Karimu also told the court that Sidikatu was in the habit of threatening to kill him with hired assassins whenever they had an argument or disagreement over family issues.

He, therefore, pleaded with the court to dissolve their marriage to enable him have peace of mind.

But the 59-year old Sidikat, a trader, who resides at No, 27, Ogbon Ado St., Ado-Ekiti, denied the allegations.

She blamed the petitioner’s second wife for the constant rift between them adding that whenever they had issues, Karimu always ordered her to sleep on the chair in the sitting room.

“He usually allows the second wife to sleep on the bed with him in the bedroom.’’

The respondent, however, said she was not contesting the application for the dissolution of their marriage.

Two witnesses for the petitioner corroborated his claims and testified to Sidikatu’s constant drunkenness and other allegations.


Many Feared Dead In Boko Haram’s Fresh Attack In Adamawa

Many people were feared dead on Thursday in a fresh attack by Boko Haram Islamists in Ghumbili community in the Madagali Local Government Area of Adamawa.

 The attack comes a few days after a similar incident in a neighbouring village in the Local Government, known as Mildu, where seven people were killed by the insurgents.

Confirming the attack, the Chairman of Madagali Local Government Council, Mr. Yusuf Muhammed, told newsmen that the attack lasted from 11 p.m. on Wednesday to 3 a.m. on Thursday.

He said that the jihadists burnt no fewer than 60 houses and looted foodstuff. “They looted foodstuff, killed livestock and burnt the village completely,” he stated.

Muhammed said that the exact number of dead and injured people had yet to be ascertained and that villagers who escaped the attack were currently taking refuge at Gulak, the headquarters of the council.
 But the Spokesman of the Police Command in Adamawa, Mr Othman Abubakar, who also confirmed the attack, said that no life was lost.
 He said, however, that houses were destroyed in the attack–the latest in a string of deadly blows on mainly soft targets in Nigeria’s troubled northeast.
 Speaking on the development, the Executive Chairman of the Adamawa State Emergency Management Agency, Mr Haruna Furo, said that only one person was killed and that many houses were destroyed.

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