Obanikoro detained, drilled by EFCC agents
The former minister as at this evening was still at the Commission’s office telling the operatives of the Commission his involvement in the armsgate.
EFCC finally answers those who want to know what has happened to the loot so far recovered
50 year old man has penis amputated after getting it stuck for 4 days in bottle he used as sex toy
Doctor Dennis Chirinos, the urologist who conducted the operation said to Mirror UK:
“It’s a strange case, it’s happened before, bit it’s still strange. We had a 50-year-old patient, that, because he didn’t have a girlfriend or a wife, wanted to relieve his sexual frustration. So he put his penis in a bottle and this caused the death and necrosis of the penis. When he arrived four days later we had to amputate the penis completely because it was completely dead.”
The man can still urinate but will never be able to have sex again according to doctors.
Girl who was rescued 7 months after she was kidnapped in Kaduna state, resumes school
Two federal high court judges report to EFCC over bribery and money laundering allegations
Their invitation is sequel to the bribery and money laundering allegations the Commission discovered during investigations in an ongoing case in which two senior lawyers have already been arraigned in court.
It would be recalled that the EFCC had on March 9, 2016, arraigned two senior lawyers Rickey Tarfa SAN and Joseph Nwobike SAN, before a Lagos High Court on allegations of bribery and offering gratification to a public official. Nwobike and Tarfa are facing criminal prosecution for allegedly offering gratification to Federal High Court judges to refrain them from exercising the duties of their office.
Subsequent investigation revealed that the two Judges allegedly received sums of money from the two senior lawyers severally.
The judges are presently being attended to by operatives of the commission.
Man, three others declared missing in Zamfara
A statement issued on Sunday, October 16th, by the public Relations Officer, Wale Adeniyi, said that the appointment of two other officers have been terminated for absence from duty while one Officer was retired for drug addiction.
”Investigations into offences committed by the Officers in the senior category are now being concluded. Officers found guilty are expected to face similar stiff penalties. These disciplinary measures were taken after series of investigations and deliberations by the disciplinary committee and recommendations were made to the Management. This process is a continuation of the reform agenda the Comptroller-General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd) promised upon his assumption of office which emphasized discipline, good conduct and transparency”.
Boko Haram faction to negotiate release of 83 more Chibok girls – FG
“These 21 released girls are supposed to be tale bearers to tell the Nigerian government that this faction of Boko Haram has 83 more Chibok girls. The faction said it is ready to negotiate if the government is willing to sit down with them”.
Shehu added that the Federal government is prepared to negotiate with any faction of Boko Haram.
The Islamic State-allied splinter group said the rest of the kidnapped Chibok girls were with a faction of Boko Haram that is under the control of figurehead Abubakar Shekau.
Clinton widens lead in latest poll as Trump cries foul
Trump, whose campaign has been reeling in the face of lewd comments about women and accusations of sexual assault, has doubled down on claims of “large scale voter fraud” in the US election, despite denials from within his own party.
And his team has deployed his wife Melania in a media blitz to try to tamp down the furor over the allegations, with interviews set to air late Monday on CNN and early Tuesday on Fox News.
“Those words, they were offensive to me and they were inappropriate. And he apologized to me. And I accept his apology. And we are moving on,” Trump told Fox, in an excerpt released by the network.
The Republican nominee takes the stage Wednesday with his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in their final debate before voters make their choice on November 8.
Clinton leads Trump by 12 points — 50 percent to 38 percent — among likely voters nationwide, in a four-way contest with third-party candidates, a poll by Monmouth University showed. Among registered voters, her lead is 11 points.