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Thursday, 12 October 2017

2 Pythons Fall From Skylight and Fight for Dominance in Family's Shower

An Australian mom recently walked into her bathroom to witness the snakes coiled around each other inside her shower.

“I’m just glad the shower was clean so I was able to get some photos and video without it being embarrassing,” Petrina Murphy, 41, joked in an interview with Caters News.

She said her family has always known there were 30-pound snakes living on their roof from the sounds coming from the rafters, but they had never made an appearance until her 16-year-old son, Callum, was in the bathroom and spotted the reptiles.

The snakes tangled around each other through the skylight, so she used the handle of her broom to make them fall through the window in hopes of dealing with them once and for all.

“For people with a phobia it would be like something out of a nightmare, but I’ve never been particularly scared of snakes and we’re pretty used to them out here,” she explained. “I would much rather get rid of them myself and know they’re gone than have to deal with worrying about them finding their own way into the house.”

She let them fight for a couple minutes with their tails tangled in the shower before sweeping them outside.

"They didn’t seem that bothered when I was sweeping them out," Murphy said. "Even though they were fighting, I knew they weren’t going to attack me. They were more focused on each other and pythons are actually usually pretty docile unless you annoy them.”

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Thursday, 5 October 2017

Two Arrested Over Crushed Head Inside Bread

Two suspects with human head sandwiched inside bread have been arrested.

24-year-old Jamiu Alabi and 32-year-old Yemi John were arrested on October 8, at Church bus stop in Ipaja.

The duo were said to have concealed three human heads inside loaves of bread.

They sandwiched the heads in the breads and inscribed names and amount on each.

While one of them had Danjumo N20,000 written on it, the others had Yusuf N70,000 and Alhaji Mumuni N10,000.

Police spokesperson Dolapo Badmos, said they are investigating the case discreetly.

He also confirmed the arrest of suspected armed robbers arrested along Shibiri/ Imude road in Ojo, after dispossessing one Ifeoluwa Francis of her belongings.

Segun Ariyo, 17 and Michael Adetona, 16, she said, while armed with a knife, robbed the victim of N20,000, a BlackBerry Z3 phone and recharge cards. They were arrested while trying to share their loot.

CREDIT: THE NATION

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Dieziani Allison Madueke Begs To Return Home

Former Minister of Petroleum Resource Diezani Alison-Madueke who was allegedly banned from leaving the UK has urged the Federal High Court to compel the attorney-general of the federation to bring her back home to defend corruption allegations levelled against her.

She would love to defend herself in a raft of money laundering allegations of over N450 million levelled against her. Her name was only mentioned, her lawyer said.

Her counsel Obinna Onya stated these in a case EFCC filed against the former minister’s involvement in sharing out $115 million  to swing the 2015 general elections for former President Goodluck Jonathan..

Defending are former minister of national planning, Abubakar Suleiman and Dele Belgore (SAN) allegedly to have received N450 million from Mrs. Alison-Madueke before  the 2015 elections.

Onya argued that since his client’s name had been mentioned in the charge, it would be against her right to a fair hearing for the case to proceed without affording her the opportunity to defend herself.

“The statement made by the prosecution means that the applicant is going to be convicted without being given the opportunity to defend herself,” Mr. Onya told the court.

In the application, Onya prayed for an order “mandating the Attorney-General of the Federation, being the agent of the complainant, to facilitate the prompt appearance of the applicant in court on the next adjourned date, to take her plea and to defend the allegations made against her in counts 1, 2,3 and 4 of the charge, numbered FHC/L/35c/2017.”

Mr. Onya urged the judge to hear and determine the application before proceeding with the case on Tuesday.

EFCC’s counsel Rotimi Oyedepo, however, opposed him, saying the application was not ripe for hearing as he was yet to be served.

Onya told the court that he attempted to serve Oyedepo on Tuesday morning at the court premises but that the prosecutor declined. Attempts to serve the application at the EFCC office on Friday also failed.

Justice Rilwan Aikawa said the court could not entertain the application for Mr. Alsion-Maduekwe to be brought back to Nigeria to defend herself until all the parties had been properly served.

The case was adjourned to October 4 for the continuation of trial.

Diezani is in the United Kingdom where she is undergoing therapy for cancer.

She also under investigation for money laundering there.

SOURCE: nationaldailyng.com

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Africa Is Not Poor, We Are Stealing its Wealth - Nick Dearden The Director UK Campaigning Organisation Global Justice

Africa is poor, but we can try to help its people. It's a simple statement, repeated through a thousand images, newspaper stories and charity appeals each year, so that it takes on the weight of truth.
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