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Mad Woman Gives Birth To A Bouncing Baby By The Roadside In Delta State (Photos)

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A mentally unstable woman welcomed a bouncing baby in Sapele area of Delta state. According to Sapele Oghenek, a woman who sells ‘Bole’ (roasted plantain) noticed that the mentally deranged woman was in labour by the roadside. She tried to assist her but noticed that the woman’s placenta refused to come out.

The woman called for help and a doctor simply identified as Ugochuckwu arrived the scene. The doctor reportedly injected the woman to aid her push and deliver the baby smoothly.

The baby who was safely delivered was taken by the doctor to the hospital as the woman’s family were located.

 

 

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How Benue woman slept with her son in order to have a child for her infertile husband

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A woman, from Benue state in Nigeria, continually slept with her son from her first marriage in order to have children with her second husband. She has now revealed how she was able to lure her son to perform the act with her.

 

Mrs. Veronica Iorshe, 47, from Howe, Ugee Council Ward, wanted a child with her second husband, Sebastian Iorshe, 44, from Aliade, all in the same Gwer East Local Government Area of Benue State, but when that didn’t work, she decided to go the extreme to make that happen.

 

She got married at the age of 19, to Mr. James Hon, from Gwer West Local Government Area of Benue state. The marriage was blessed with one child, a son named Simon Hon. Eight months after the birth of their son, James Hon died in an auto accident on the Makurdi-Enugu road while returning from a business trip.

 

Veronica continued the business and later switched to a more lucrative business, which sometimes took her to Nasarawa state. It was in Nasarawa that she met  Sebastian Iorshe, a Tiv man  who had also lost his spouse two months after marriage in 1998. A love relationship immediately developed between the two, Daily Sun reports.

 

Veronica and Sebastian soon got married but couldn’t have kids 8 years after the marriage and Sebastian’s mother began to give Veronica grief for using Sebastian’s money to raise her own son, Simon, instead of giving birth to a son for him.

 

Veronica suggested to Sebastian that they go for a medical checkup to find out where the problem was from, but he resisted. Since she didn’t know who had the problem between herself and her husband, she decided to test how fertile she was by sleeping with her son, Simon, who is now 26 years old.

 

How Benue woman slept with her son in order to have a child for her infertile husband

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She lured Simon into making love with her but swore him to secrecy. The lovemaking between the mother and son lasted throughout the month of March and April 2018. Each time Veronica came down to Lafia with her son to deliver dry meat to restaurants around the area, she would rent a hotel room where she would, time and again, lure her son into performing sexual acts with her.

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At the end of April veronica missed her period and soon discovered she was pregnant. When she broke the news to her husband, he denied being responsible for the child, pointing out to her that the last time they had sex was on February 1, 2018. On 2nd August 2018, the couple submitted themselves to a medical test in Lafia based on the advice of a close relation. The result showed that Veronica is three months pregnant and confirmed the fact her last lovemaking with her husband February 1, couldn’t have led to that.

 

Another test conducted on Sebastian showed that he has weak and low sperm count that would make it impossible to father a child. The moment these details were released by the hospital, the angry husband accused Veronica of infidelity and asked her to pack out of his house to go and live with the man responsible for her pregnancy.

 

Speaking to Sun, Veronica said:

I am not a loose woman. I am just a woman who loves her husband very much and didn’t want to lose him. I did what I did to save my marriage even though I feel guilty about it. It was not easy but I slept with my first son from my first husband so that I could give my husband a child. But rather sustaining my marriage, the plan has scattered it and I have lost it.

I got married to my husband eight years ago. We had no child. The worst was that I never got pregnant even for one day. When I discovered that I was no longer getting younger, I was worried as much as he and his parents were. His mother became so impatient that she started breathing down my neck as she gave me no breathing space at all. She said that I was cheating on her son, using his son’s money to maintain my son, that I’m older than his son.

She moved in to live with us and practically made life in my matrimonial home unbearable for me. At a point, she stopped talking to me. The only time she would talk to me was when she wanted to insult me and remind me of how less a woman I was. I was confused, more so when my husband refused to submit himself to a medical test to ascertain the source of the problem, though we loved each other before the heavy pressure from his mum came. We used to have serious lovemaking sessions especially during my ovulation period all in the bid to get pregnant so that my mother-in-law could stop humiliating me. Yet, I couldn’t get pregnant. I started suspecting the problem could be from my husband when he refused to subject himself to medical test. But the insult from my mother-in-law was getting too much, too unbearable for me. She vowed to frustrate me out of her son’s home. To make things worse, she sent away my son saying that he has no business staying in the house. I had to look for a one-room apartment for him in Lafia.

After he left, it was just three of us in the house in Awe, which is a distance away from Lafia. I was always terrified each time I heard her voice from a distance. She tried to frustrate my meat market in Awe. In fact, the only time that I had peace was when I went to the market. It is so agonizing to say this. Instead of testing someone else to ascertain my fertility, I seduced and slept with my son. Simon is a young man in his early 20s; he has not started sleeping with women before I lured him into making love with me.

I started by buying good things for him, sleeping together on the same bed, playing with his manhood and gradually one thing led to another. There was a time I asked him if he had tested sex before and he said no. I compelled him to take an oath not to disclose it to anybody. I said I would teach him sex. I ensured that I did that during my ovulation period. I never disclosed the reason for this but deep in my mind, I wanted to test my fertility. I planned it during my ovulation so that I could get pregnant, although it was not easy sleeping with a son. I knew I was doing the wrong thing and betraying my husband but I saw it as a necessary action to save my marriage. I didn’t want to go out sleeping with another man outside. I knew it was wrong but I prefer it from my son than a man outside. After one month, I discovered that I was pregnant.

 

Asked if she will abort the child or keep it, Veronica revealed she will keep the child, saying:

It is blood within my blood.

 

On his part, Sebastian expressed his disappointment over his wife’s betrayal and vowed never to forgive her.

He said:

I don’t want to believe the story she is narrating to you that her son is responsible for it, though I have not suspected her or seen any sign that an outsider was dating her. But the truth is that I’m not responsible for the pregnancy and will not allow her into my house. It is a shame for me to be associated with a mess like this. Please, I don’t want to talk about it anymore; she is no longer my wife.|

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Eight Nigerian men, six other suspects arrested in Thailand for online romance scam

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Eight Nigerian men and six Thai suspects have been arrested for alleged collusion in an online romance scam, swindling nearly Bt2 million from Thai women in Ratchaburi, Samut Sakhon, Phitsanulok, Chon Buri and Bangkok’s Dusit district, Thailand.

Eight Nigerian men, six other suspects arrested in Thailand for online romance scam

Deputy Tourist Police chief Maj-General Surachate Hakpan told a press conference on Monday, August 6, that the investigation began after complaints from victims – each of whom wired between Bt300,000 and Bt500,000 to the gang.

He said that the Thai suspects – including at least four Thai women – aided the gang by opening bank accounts and withdrawing cash for the foreign suspects.

Eight Nigerian men, six other suspects arrested in Thailand for online romance scam

Despite the Thai suspects’ claim of innocence, he said they would face a charge of public fraud and abetting trans-national crimes, which is punishable with up to 10 years imprisonment.

Eight Nigerian men, six other suspects arrested in Thailand for online romance scam

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70-Year-Old Man Dies In Police Custody After Alleged Brutality By SARS

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A 70-year-old native doctor, Musa Ardo, has died in the custody of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, after he was allegedly brutalised by the squad.

Trouble started for Mr Ardo, also known as Filani Dankali, when a disappearance amulet he sold to one of his client suddenly disappeared from the client a few days after purchase.

According to a petition by the lawyers of the deceased septuagenarian, SARS officers from Kano whisked him away from his residence at Gedege village in Kubau Local Government Area of Kaduna State over a case that borders on alleged breach of trust.

The petition reads in part: “One Alh. Musa consulted the deceased in his resident at Gedege village in Kubau Local Gov’t Area of Kaduna State and sought a protection charm (Layar Bata), which they negotiated at the cost of N30,000. The client left for Kano after informing about the strict guidelines, which must be adhered to to avoid disappearance of the charm.

“To the amazement of late Malam Musa Ardo, he returned two days after, thus before the completion of the directives given, complaining that the charm had disappeared.

He demanded for another charm but the deceased perceived that as a clever way of cheating to secure another one for free. Malam Ardo then insisted that Alh. Musa should bring back the charm to claim his money.

“Alhaji Musa returned to the deceased house two days after in company of a police officer from SARS Office, Kano by name Auwal.

They made three trips in an effort to force the deceased to accept the money Alh. Musa was now claiming, that is N1.6million. He later even claimed it was N2million while the deceased rejected the claims in totality.”

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In the petition, filed by Al Qasim Ja’afar and Co. (Gidado Chambers) dated July 16, 2018 and addressed to Kano State Commissioner of Police, late Mr Ardo’s family requested for the full details of the SARS action, circumstances leading to his death as well as autopsy report.

“It is evident that Alh Musa Kano who is with NNPC Kano Depot has connived with Auwal, Umar and one other SARS Officer to cause the arrest and detention of the deceased as to hatch plans to eliminate him which they succeeded in doing.

This amounts to flagrant violation of the deceased right to life, beside no cogent e explanations was given to either the deceased family or their lawyers on same.

“All those involved in the arrest and detention of the deceased should be immediately apprehended and interrogated for their role in conniving to cause the death of the deceased.”

The deceased son, Shehu Musa, said they followed up the case to SARS office a day after, and met their father in good condition.

“But on Wednesday July 11, we received calls alls from the police that we should come to Kano as our father was seriously sick.

We arrived the following day to meet his corpse deposited at Murtala Mohammed teaching Hospital Kano. Our father apparently died on that Wednesday.

“The Police officer named Auwal told me to go back as arrangement has been concluded for the burial in Kano,” he said.

When Daily Nigerian reporter contacted Mr Musa (the disappearance amulet buyer) on phone, he declined comment on the matter but queried how he got his phone number.

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Spokesman for Kano Police Command, Magaji Majiya, confirmed the incident and receipt of the petition. He said the matter was before Chief Magistrate Court 30, sitting at Audu Bako Secretariat, and that the court issued a bench of warrant for the arrest of Mr Ardo for criminal conspiracy and threat Mr Musa’s life.

On the circumstances leading to Mr Ardo’s death, Mr Majia said the deceased was rushed to Sir Sanusi Hospital at Hedejia Road, Kano and later transferred to Murtala Mohammed Teaching Hospital, where he died of complications of cholera.

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