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Letter containing poison addressed to Donald Trump at White House

 


Letter containing poison addressed to Donald Trump at White House

A package containing ricin poison that was addressed to US President Donald Trump was reportedly intercepted by law enforcement this week. 

 

The letter was discovered at a screening facility for White House mail earlier this week, a U.S. official familiar with the matter said on Saturday, September 19. 

 

The official said a substance found inside the envelope was identified as ricin, a poison found naturally in castor beans before it was to be delivered to the White House.

 

According to CNN, investigators are looking into the possibility the ricin package sent to Trump came from Canada.

 

Mary-Liz Power, chief spokeswoman for Canada's Minister of Public Safety Bill Blair, said in a statement, "We are aware of the concerning reports of packages containing ricin directed toward US federal government sites. Canadian law enforcement is working closely with their US counterparts. As this is an active investigation we cannot comment further."

 

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Secret Service are investigating to find out who sent the package and whether others have been sent through the US postal system.

 

"The FBI and our U.S. Secret Service and U.S. Postal Inspection Service partners are investigating a suspicious letter received at a U.S. government mail facility. At this time, there is no known threat to public safety," the FBI's Washington field office said in a statement to CNN.

 

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said they are working with the FBI to investigate the "suspicious letter sent to the White House".

 

Ricin is a lethal substance that, if swallowed, inhaled or injected, can cause nausea, vomiting, internal bleeding, and ultimately organ failure.

 

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), if a person is exposed to ricin, death can take place within 36 to 72 hours, depending on the dose received. 

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Emir of Zazzau, Shehu Idris passes on at 84

 


?Emir of Zazzau, Shehu Idris passes on at 84

The Emir of Zazzau in Kaduna State, Alhaji (Dr.) Shehu Idris, has died at the age of 84. 

 

Bashir Ahmad, Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on New Media, who confirmed his death, said the monarch died this morning, September 20, 2020.

 

Mr. Idris reportedly died at an Army 44 Reference Hospital in Kaduna after a short admission.

 

The monarch spent 45 years on the throne having ascended to the throne at the age of 36 in 1975. He is survived by wives and children.

 

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Man sentenced to two life terms for raping and killing 9-year-old girl in South Africa

 


Man sentenced to two life terms for raping and killing 9-year-old girl in South Africa

A South African man has been given two life sentences for murdering and raping a nine-year-old girl.

 


Philip Mailula, 27, from Mpulanga, was handed the sentences at Mbokola magistrate's court on Friday, September 18.  He pleaded guilty.

 

According to police spokesman, Sgt Tlaki Matemane, Mailula took Bawinile Khoza to the bush in Mmametlhake in December 2017 and raped her.

 

"He then decided to end the life of a girl, strangled her and dumped the lifeless body at the bush,” said Matemane.

 

“The accused then returned back to his residential place and did not get peace, became scared and went to report the incident to the local prophetess, who alerted the police.”

 

Mailula was arrested and linked to the attack on Bawinile through DNA evidence.
Speaking to The Time after the incident, Bawinile's family said they are still finding it difficult to cope with the loss.

 

"We feel powerless and our lives have changed for the worse, the pain does not go away,” said the girl's grandfather, Joseph Mondlana.

 

“Since this happened her mother, Nozipho, has lost her mind. She stopped eating, talking, laughing or socialising. She went crazy and we had to take her to relatives in Nelspruit, where she will be far from this place and heal.” he added.

 

Man sentenced to two life terms for raping and killing 9-year-old girl in South Africa

 

 

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Makeup artiste rescued after three men allegedly abducted and raped her after promising her a job in Anambra

 

Makeup artiste rescued after three men allegedly abducted and raped her after promising her a job in Anambra

The Anambra State police command has arrested a three-man syndicate who allegedly abducted and raped a 24-year-old makeup artiste under the pretext of securing a job for her.

 

According to a statement released by the spokesperson of the state police command, SP Haruna Mohammed, the suspects identified as  Ekwugha Innocent Chinazo 25, Chidiebere Ogoegbunam 24 and David Nnaemeka,19, allegedly raped the victim repeatedly while in captivity despite collecting N400,000 ransom from her relatives.

 

Haruna said the suspects had on the September 13, lured the victim who resides at ST Micheal hostel Temp side Awka under the pretext of securing her a beauty makeup job. He said the suspects picked the victim at Ukpo junction along Enugu- Onitsha Expressway and took her to an isolated building at Awkuzu where they allegedly raped her repeatedly while in captivity for two days despite collecting a ransom of four hundred thousand Naira(#400,000) from her relatives.

 

The police spokesperson said the suspects were arrested on September 19 and have voluntarily confessed to the crime. He added that the victim was taken to the hospital for medical examination.

 

He said an investigation is still ongoing after which suspects would be brought to book.

 

He enjoined residents of the state to be wary of this new trend of crime and report suspicious persons through the police emergency number 07039194332 or the nearest police station for a prompt response.

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Acting Chief Judge of Cross River State remarries almost 2 years after his late wife's death (photos)

0px 10px; text-align: right;">The Cross River State Acting Chief Judge, Justice Maurice Eneji has remarried barely two years after his wife died.

 

Justice Eneji wedded Miss Muobo Ijomone on Saturday, September 19, at the Redeemed Christian Church of God -RCCG, Jesus Sanctuary, Atekong Drive, Calabar.

 

Governor Ben Ayade commended the CJ "for being decisive to fill the gap created by his wife who died not too long ago"

 

Senator Ayade, who was represented by his Deputy, Professor Ivara Esu, recalled that Justice Eneji lost his wife almost two years ago, and commended him for the "bold and difficult step taken to remarry to enable him remain faithful to God and avoid the temptations that is associated with staying unmarried."

 

The Governor commended Eneji's courage and on behalf of the Government promised to continue to support him in anyway necessary in his marital life.

 

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Actress Juliet Mgborukwe's ex-husband, Chima Ojukwu, remarries (photos)

 

Actress Juliet Mgborukwe

Actress Juliet Mgborukwe's ex-husband, Chima Ojukwu, has remarried. He got married to his new wife, Oluchi, on Saturday September 19 in a proxy wedding.
 

Actress Juliet Mgborukwe

 

Chima shared photos of his bride on his Instagram page with the caption;

''The movie starts now....My QUEEN you look Amazing on our day, let’s go!...Welcome to the traditional wedding of Prince Chima and Princess Oluchi Ojukwu 

MRS OJUKWU''

 

Actress Juliet Mgborukwe

 

Chima also shared a post on how Nigerian men residing abroad can get a good wife from Nigeria.

So, for all you Nigerian American friends asking me how to spot a good Nigerian woman from back home, these are the Tips:

1, Make sure she’s God fearing and cultured,

2, never ignore the warning signs, if she’s always half naked in her pics and wears half naked clothes she’s a smash and dip out not wifey,

3, make sure she lives with her parents,

4, make sure her parents and her entire family have the upmost respect for marriage,

5, make sure they all go to church together,

6, make sure she doesn’t go to night clubs on the regular and hang out in clubs,

7, make sure she’s not a so called slay queen, those ones will kill you quicker than anything, those are the wannabe Americans, and a wannabe will kill you quicker than the real thing cause they want to be sooo bad,

8, make sure she hasn’t been to Dubai alone or doesn’t go to Dubai( aka free visa area for prostitution)

9, make sure she’s a university graduate or at least in university and educated,

10, make sure she’s respectful, doesn’t drink Alchohol all the time, don’t smoke cigarettes or weed,

11, watch the friends she keeps, if she has too many that talk and act wreckless, that’s a no no,

12, if she has no friends or very little and don’t listen to them, but instead makes her own careful decisions, then she’s a keeper,

13, make sure she doesn’t drive her own car( dem are pussy sellers, unless she has a very legitimate work or career, screwing politicians and sucking them off doesn’t count either, I said what I said!)

14, make sure she’s always home at night in her papa house o,

15, make sure she’s not so money hungry, 16, make sure she values marriage herself,

17, then last but not least, make sure you’re handsome, tall, well paid and can take care of a woman, no go carry person pikin and suffer her to death, okay, maybe not the handsome and tall part cause everyone can’t be DON CHIMAINO but you get the point

..Anyway, follow my tips it’s the road to finding a good one ''

 

Chima and his ex, Juliet got married in October 2011 and separated in 2012, just a few months after their wedding ceremony. At the time, Juliet said the marriage had ended over ''irreconcilable differences".



In 2014, after lots of communication between the couple, they decided to give their marriage a second chance which made the actress move to the US to start afresh with Chima Ojukwu.



In 2015, the couple welcomed their first child, a baby boy and in 2017 they welcomed the second child, a baby girl at a hospital in the US



However, in 2018, they fought dirty on Instagram and Juliet announced her plans to divorce Ojukwu over domestic violence. Read here.

 

 

More photos from the wedding ceremony below...

 

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Some marriage proposals in Northern Nigeria are scams" - Photographer, Fati Abubakar advises women to investigate prospective grooms before getting married

 


"Some marriage proposals in Northern Nigeria are scams" - Photographer,  Fati Abubakar advises women to investigate prospective grooms before getting married

Internationally acclaimed Borno documentary photographer, Fati Abubakar has advised women from the North to investigate prospestive grooms before getting married.

 

According to Fati, some of the men don't have houses, jobs and are living off their parents.

 

"Always investigate if the men that want to marry you have a home to actually house you in or the means to do so. Or are you both being take care of by Mommy and Daddy," Fati wrote on Twitter

 

"Some marriage proposals are a scam  in Northern Nigeria. Is a local man able to do what he says he will do" 

 

"Some marriage proposals in Northern Nigeria are scams" - Photographer,  Fati Abubakar advises women to investigate prospective grooms before getting married "Some marriage proposals in Northern Nigeria are scams" - Photographer,  Fati Abubakar advises women to investigate prospective grooms before getting married

 

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