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  1. 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.
  3. Davido‘s girlfriend Chioma Avril Roland is being accused by a guy who goes by the social media handle Tzhardy of being promiscuous. The accuser who appears to be a former Babcock called out the musician’s girlfriend on Twitter describing her as dirty in his post. According to Tzhardy, Chioma has slept with a lot of Babcock male students. The guy who seems to know Davido to some extent also shaded him in the process for his taste in women. Recall that Davido is head over heels in love with his new girlfriend Chioma, whom he takes shopping and show her off every chance he gets on social media. He has even taken her home for a family event sometimes back. Perhaps it should be stated that the dude may just be seeking unnecessary attention. Read his post below;
  4. A 15-year-old student of Government Girls Secondary School in Dapchi, Yobe State, Amina Mallam Usman has narrated the dramatic encounter she had with Boko Haram terrorists and how she successfully escaped from being abducted. Boko Haram terrorists had on Monday attacked the school abducting many of the students. In an interview with The Nation, Amina narrated how the incident happened. She said: "When Boko Haram came to our school, we thought they were soldiers because they dressed like soldiers. "We ran, and then one of them called us. One of them asked me to come to the car. "I got close to the car, and then one of them started laughing at me. "I moved closer to them, thinking they were soldiers. "I soon realized that they were not soldiers. As I made to run away, one of them tried to grab me. I dodged him but he got my hijab. I quickly removed my hijab and left him with it and ran away. I thought I was dead. "They entered our hostel again, but some of us ran into the bush. I ran up to five kilometres and hid in one Fulani settlement called Miligia." Asked how many students she saw in the invaders' vehicles, Amina said: "There were many students in the vehicles. They were up to 50 that were in the vehicles." She said she felt like the angels should take her soul the moment she realized the men were Boko Haram terrorists. She is not psychologically prepared to return to the Dapchi school.
  5. Peter Aboh, a final year student of Microbiology at Federal University, Lafia in Nasarawa State, who was one of the victims of Fulani herdsmen killings in Benue State recently has been buried. Facebook user, Chukwudi Iwuchukwuwho shared photos from his burial ceremony wrote; “Peter Aboh was a final year student of Micro Biology at the Federal University, Lafia in Nasarawa State. He was due to graduate in 8 months. Before Fulani herdsmen gruesomely murdered him in his home in Utonkon in Ado LGA”
  6. A policeman attached to the Igbuzo Police Division, identified simply as Sergeant Abua, is allegedly on the run after shooting a student at the Delta State Polytechnic, Sofia Ogogo, and a civil servant, Victor Emeagwai, at a checkpoint in the community. The victims were in a Toyota Corolla, driven by an estate agent, Jerry Akinlabi, when the incident happened. Ogogo and Emeagwai are Akinlabi’s girlfriend and friend respectively. A team of five policemen, including Abua, had flagged down Ogogo at a checkpoint along Igbuzo Market. One of the policemen, identified as Nwokolo, was said to have demanded money from Akinlabi and the driver told him that he did not have N200 to give him. Nwokolo reportedly said he would take one of the N1,000 notes Jerry had on him. As Akinlabi drove off from the checkpoint, Abua reportedly shot at the car and bullets pierced the back of the vehicle, hitting Ogogo, who sat at the back seat. The bullet also grazed the back of Emeagwai, who was at the passenger’s seat. Akinlabi told our correspondent that four cops, including the team leader, one ASP Akhabue, were detained by the police, while Abua evaded arrest. He said, “On Sunday, November 17, 2017, I was driving to the Igbuzor Market and on getting to a checkpoint, I met the policemen. We knew one another some months ago when I had an issue concerning a property at the station. I sounded the horn to greet them, but they did not respond. “One of them used his gun to hit the boot and I reversed. He said I wanted to beat the checkpoint. I told him that I assumed that they knew me very well and apologised. He demanded money. I wanted to give him N100 or N200, but it was N1,000 notes I had on me and I explained to him. “He said, ‘Am I too small to collect N1,000?’ When I declined to give him N1,000, he asked me to pull over, which I did. As the argument over N1,000 got heated, I entered my car and drove off. What I heard next was three gunshots aimed at my car. “A bullet pierced into the car, hit my girlfriend’s body, came out and hit my friend in the back.” The 22-year-old indigene of Oyo State said he took the victims to a general hospital in Igbuzo, from where Ogogo was referred to the Federal Medical Centre, Asaba. He said he called a senior police officer at Asaba who notified the state Commissioner of Police of the incident. He said, “The CP and the DPO of the Igbozo Police Station came to the FMC and deposited N100,000, but I have spent much more than that. Meanwhile, the policeman who shot at us had gone to drop the gun at the station and fled. The other four policemen were detained at the command headquarters. My friend and I wrote our statements there.” Akinlabi explained that a police officer asked him to drop his car key to aid investigation. He added that he handed over the car key, but activated the steering lock because he suspected foul play. He said he met with the Assistant Inspector-General of Police, Zone 5, Benin, Edo State, who assigned a policeman to take his statement, adding that the policeman came down to the police command, Asaba, the following day. “As I was returning from Zone 5 on Monday, I received a call from the Investigating Police Officer at the police headquarters in Asaba and he asked for the steering key. The IPO and a policeman came down to the hospital and I told them I would have to look for the key when I got home. “The policeman sent from Zone 5 invited my friend to the police headquarters in Asaba to write his statement too. When he got there, he saw some policemen moving the car. He called to ask me if I gave them the key to unlock the steering and I said no. When I called the IPO, he confirmed what my friend said and he told me that there was no cause for alarm.” He said the command returned his car washed, with the bullet holes on the vehicle covered and painted, lamenting that he had not heard from the command and zone 5. Akinlabi’s girlfriend, Ogogo, who spoke to PUNCH Metro from the hospital, said she was on the telephone when the bullet hit her. “That was the last thing I remembered until I found myself at the hospital,” she added. Emeagwai urged the police authorities not to sweep the case under the carpet, saying the policemen must be punished. He said, “I don’t see any reason for the shooting. I have been going to the FMC to treat the gunshot injury for about three weeks now. The policemen should not go scot-free.” Harrison Gwamnishu, the Coordinator of Behind Bars, a rights group, which Akinlabi contacted on the matter, said the group would institute a legal action against the police. He said, “We want to charge the case to court as a civil matter. It is barbaric. Why did the police wash the bloodstains in the car and covered the bullet holes without the consent of the owner?” The Delta State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Andrew Aniamaka, said the policemen would be brought to book if found culpable after investigation. He said, “The case is being investigated. However, our utmost concern is that the injured victim gets proper treatment. The Area Commander and the DPO of the division in question are involved in the matter. “The case is being investigated by Zone 5. Where somebody is absent from duty for 21 days without any reason, we declare such a person a deserter. So, there is no anxiety that the policeman is on the run. Rest assured that the right thing will be done.”
  7. A Teacher at starlight secondary school, in Ogidi, Anambra state has died after he was brutally beaten for flogging a 14-year-old student named Okafor Chinaza. According to report teacher flogged the female student after she refused to sweep their class room according to the roaster.. When the teacher walked in to teach them, she found out that the class was dirty as she questioned the student why she didn’t carry out her duty. The student allegedly responded in an insulting manner to the teacher according to fellow student’s present in the class room. In response, the teacher asked her to kneel down before the class but the student reportedly refused as the teacher annoyingly flogged her and she fled the class from the school fence, and ran home. According to starlight secondary school security, she refused to introduce herself properly as she forced her way into the school and went to the classroom. Upon getting close to them, the student who came with her mother and other relatives, pointed at the teacher to the mother as she rushed to hit her (the teacher) with the stick she had come with. After a while, the teacher collapsed and was rushed to Iyi-Enu Hospital Ogidi where the doctor confirmed her dead moments later. Currently, the parents and the student are being detained by the police in Ogidi police station.
  8. Miss Chinelo Okafor received several Awards for her excellent academic performance at yesterdays Award ceremony held at Princess Alexandra Auditorium, UNN. The awards were presented to her by the Vice Chancellor of University of Nigeria, Professor Benjamin Ozumba. The Total value of all her awards is N26,000, the young Miss Chinelo celebrated with her friends and family yesterday night despite receiving just N26,000 only for her excellent performance throughout her 5 years in UNN Her future dreams and aspirations: The young Lady who hails from Agulu in Anaocha Local government of Anambra State wants to further her Education up to Ph.D Congratulations To her. God bless the University of Nigeria. God bless Nigeria.

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