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  1. The horrific death of a 5-month-old baby killed by his mother’s boyfriend in Michigan because he suspected her of Cheat!ng, has shocked everyone who’s heard of it. Fox News reports that the 19-year-old Rico Antonio Riggs kicked and severely injured baby Jordan Algee Jr. after the child’s 23-year-old mother Temara Shaniece Reed left the baby at home with him as she went to the store to buy something. Riggs went through Reed’s phone while she was away and he found text messages from other men and this angered him, so he took the anger out on the child. He reportedly went into the room where the baby was and kicked the baby. “I lost control, spazzed out and kicked the baby,” Detective Brett Orvis told a judge Reed admitted to him. When Reeds came home to find her baby crying uncontrollably and having difficulty breathing, she took him to McLaren Flint hospital. When the baby arrived at the hospital, doctors at first thought he was dead. He was then revived and was immediately transported to Hurley Medical Center, where he died of his injuries on March 25th. An autopsy showed his cause of death was blunt force trauma. At first, Riggs denied knowledge of what happened to the child. He told police that Reed’s other child, her daughter Nyla, was responsible for the infant’s deadly injuries. After giving several different accounts of his story, Riggs later admitted he kicked the child over text messages in Reed’s phone that showed she had been in contact with her ex-boyfriends. Riggs also admitted to police he was mad because his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriends had been over the house when he wasn’t there. Following the death of Jordan Jr., Riggs was arrested and charged with felony murder, first-degree child abuse, first-degree child abuse committed in the presence of another child, tampering with evidence, and intimidating witnesses. The boy’s mother, Temara Reed, was also charged after she was convinced by Riggs to lie and cover up for him. She was charged with tampering with evidence, lying to a police officer conducting a violent crime investigation, being an accessory after the fact to a felony, and third-degree child abuse. If convicted, Reed could up to 21 years in prison. Riggs faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole if he is convicted of the most serious charges. Before her arrest, Reed posted on Facebook the night of her son’s death, mourning him. She said losing him is the worst pain she’s ever had to bear. “He gone. My baby gone what im gone do why me,” she wrote on the night of the infant’s death. The next day, she wrote on Facebook: “I wanna thank all my family, friends & everyone that may not know me for praying for me. I can’t say I’m ok because I’m not but I can say Being a mother of 2 & losing 1 is the worst pain I’ve ever felt in my life ! I just can’t wrap my finger around this one.” She also posted a photo of her smiling son and wrote: “Not waking up to you is killing me man.”
  2. It was a routine stop-and-search at a filling station just outside of Houston, where policemen found the warrant for a fleeing man’s arrest. The warrant dated back to 1995. The stop-and-search ended 23 years on the run for 64-year-old Heraclio Gamez-Nava, who was wanted for allegedly getting his 12-year-old daughter pregnant in Nevada,KRTK reports. Gamez-Nava and his wife, Alicia Vazquez-Carrizales, had been living in Porter, Texas, hiding out from his warrant for continuous $exual assault of a minor younger than 14, officials said. The couple was pulled over Thursday morning when Montgomery County Constable Precinct 4 deputies noticed a vehicle traveling the wrong way under an overpass. When questioned, Alicia told the deputies that her husband’s name was Rosalez, but they later discovered an ID card hidden in the car that identified Gamez-Nava as the man with the warrant out of Nevada. The deputies also found that Alicia had been living in the U.S. illegally, with a detainer order on her name from Immigration and Customs Enforcement. She has twice been deported from the U.S., once in 2003 and again in 2014. She faces a third deportation after being arrested on suspicion of hindering the apprehension and prosecution of a known felon, according to jail records. Gamez-Nava will be extradited to Nevada as a fugitive from justice, according to the same jail records. They are being held in the Montgomery County Jail. The status of Gamez-Nava’s daughter, 23 years after the continuous abuse she allegedly endured, was not immediately available.
  3. A group of Catholic priests in Brazil have been arrested, accused of embezzling £426,000 (N218,000,000) of church donations, funeral fees and fundraising cash. The Bishop of Formosa, Jose Ribeiro, along with five clergymen and three lay people were detained in prison in Goiás this week charged with stealing over £426,000 (N218,000,000) from church funds. A police raid on one of the priests’ home saw officers prised open a false wall in to find some £19,200 (N9,538,000) in plastic bags hidden in a secret storage space. It’s alleged the money was stolen over a three-year period from tithes, donations, fundraising events and from fees collected for ceremonies such as baptisms and weddings. According to state prosecutors, the bishop, who was appointed to the Formosa diocese in 2014, is suspected of leading a sophisticated scheme that diverted funds from church coffers. Phone taps uncovered the alleged web of deceit with conversations apparently revealing how the group laundered the money by purchasing a cattle ranch, a lottery agency, mobile phones, luxury cars, designer watches and gold chains. Large amounts of cash in foreign currencies were also f Accused: Bishop Jose Ribeiro is suspected of leading a sophisticated scheme that diverted funds from church coffers. Prosecutor Fernanda Balbinot, said: ‘There were indications the money was used for personal expenses and that cars from the Formosa diocese were used for private purposes. ‘Instead of presenting tax bills and expense receipts with the correct amount, documents were allegedly produced saying there was nothing to declare.’ The investigation is reported to have also uncovered evidence that priests, involved in the scheme, paid the bishop a monthly ‘protection allowance’ of between £1,500 to £2,100 (N753,000 to N1,054,000) to keep their jobs. Prosecutor Douglas Chegyry said to Brazilian media: ‘The information we have obtained is that in order to remain in the more profitable parishes that generated more money, the priests paid a cash allowance to the bishop.’ They also seized three iPhones, a Macbook and found more money hidden in draws around the home which the defendant claimed did not belong to him. Police officers were later filmed taking hours to count the haul. The investigation into the Formosa Diocese accounts began last year after members of the congregation alleged irregularities and misuse of assets by the Catholic Church. Churchgoers also claimed the expenses of the episcopal house rose disproportionately, from £1,000 to £7,500 (N502,000 to N3,765,000) following the arrival of Bishop Ribeiro. At the time, the cleric denied any wrongdoing. Prosecutors have charged the defendants with misappropriation, money laundering, ‘ideological falsehood’ and criminal association. Lawyers for the accused refute the charges and said they will prove their clients innocence. Two days after the arrests, Pope Francis named Father Paulo Mendes, who is archbishop of Uberaba, as a temporary replacement in the Goiás diocese which has 33 churches distributed over 20 parishes.
  4. In a video which has gone viral on social media, a teacher was filmed while severely beating up a pupil In a video which has gone viral on social media, a teacher was filmed while severely beating up a Nursery school pupil. The school was identified as Marto Nursery School in Kamwokya, along Mawanda Road near Mawanda Road Police-station Uganda. The Nursery school student in the video was being severely beaten by a male adult while a female teacher as well as other children stood and looked on.
  5. A man was paraded in public in the South-eastern part of Nigeria after being caught with a stolen motorcycle which he was planning to sell off. A man identified as Mr Osondu popularly known as ‘Onya Mechanic’ was caught after dismantling a stolen motorcycle in Ibagwa-Ani area of Nsukka, Enugu state. The man was nabbed by members of Omaka vigilante team as he revealed to them during interrogation that he committed the act because he intended to sell and use the money for his mother’s burial. He was paraded around the town as he was forced to carry the remaining part of the dismantled motorcycle.
  6. A Lady on IG has raised alarm about a man who bought stuff from her Mother’s Supermarket with fake 95k. According to her they never realized it was fake money till he left. Apparently, he also did same to a nearby shop. See her post below!
  7. Two young robbers who tried to steal from a transformer in Kafur Local Government Area of Katsina State – were severely dealt with after they were caught by eagle-eyed residents. The angry residents who said they have been terrorized by the likes of these robbers – beat them mercilessly and tied them up before they were handed over to the police for further investigation.
  8. Your favorite male barbie, Bobrisky was reportedly seen in a male toilet. We all know bobrisky (Idris Okuneye) is always disturbing social media, behaving like a female, but a man found him in a male toilet and asked him what he was doing there, he replied “I want to see your Dick”
  9. A singer, Barbie Jay and his lover were arrested after they were caught having Sex in the middle of the night by police officers. According to reports, the police operatives spotted the pair having $ex after seeing the movement of the vehicle which there were in. They were both arrested and taken in custody. The incident reportedly happened yesterday night in Uganda. According to reports, the singer who is married – just welcomed a new baby with his wife last week. Online users have reacted to this – with many saying the police were wrong in arresting the man and his lover because they are both adults and can do whatever they like..
  10. The local residents of Amukpe, old Eku road in Sapele, Delta state, were left in total shock after nabbing a woman who reportedly poisoned her own child. A Facebook user identified as Temi Meg, has taken to the social networking platform and posted some photos, a video, as she narrates how a lady was apprehended after allegedly poisoning her child in Delta State. She posted the photos and wrote: See the full post below;
  11. An alleged internet fraudster who was desperate to make money has reportedly used his sister’s son for money ritual. A Yahoo Boy (internet fraudster) who allegedly used his nephew for money rituals has been arrested by security agents. The man identified as Tunde Owolabi aka Money Talks reportedly used his elder sister’s 7-year-old son for a ritual. The sad incident happened in Ikoyi, Lagos state. He confessed after he had taken shocked security operatives to the place where he buried the boy. He was forced to exhume the dead body following the shocking incident. He is now in police custody. Watch video below:
  12. Teddy A and Bam-Bam gave viewers pure entertainment yesterday early morning. The duo, who have stuck to each other since they got paired during the early weeks of the Big Brother Nigeria show, were captured by the cameras having sex in the bathroom. Thankfully, their nudity was shielded by the shower blind. Their moment warmed the hearts of many of their fans, but also, got some prudes angry, and it comes just hours after Miracle started the rumours that Teddy A and Bam-Bam are among the couples also having sex in the house, a claim Teddy A aptly shot down. Well, now they have been captured on live TV, and fans are divided in their reaction to the emotional video. However, one thing is clear: Teddy A, as he had previously said, wants to keep his business in his own “yard”, unlike others who have been kissing and telling. Watch their moment.
  13. A Nigerian police officer serving with B Division in Warri, Delta State was caught by the good people of Okere Urhobo community having sex with his stepdaughter today He was paraded alongside the girl by the youths of the community.
  14. Reported says that at the early hours of Sunday the 7th, an ‘angel’ from heaven appeared in the skies while a fasting and marathon praying session was being held at Prophet Samuel Akinbodunse’s Freedom For All Nations in Pretoria, South Africa. According to the report now making rounds online, the congregation, intrigued by the ‘divine sight’, put their prayers on hold to go take pictures of the stagnant ‘angel’ who apparently didn’t flap his wings or anything but stayed still in the sky for people to take photos… like he’s some model of some sort… #sigh #pathetic Their report reads… During a fasting and a 24 hours marathon prayers with Prophet Samuel Akinbodunse at Freedom For All Nations in Pretoria, South Africa, an Angel appeared in the early hours of Sunday at the 18th hour of the programme at about 6 am. The congregation rushed to have a look and photos were taken. The image caught on camera in full glare of everybody is causing an uproar and has become the talk of the town. It would be recalled that he made a list of 15 prophecies for 2018 and presently, two of it has been fulfilled. One of it which include the confession of A South African pastor who uses charm to grow His church and also have wealth, and the death of a popular man of God based in Abuja.

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