The bodies of three missing children, Chibugo Eze, Chinenye Eze, and Ebuka Ene, were found dead in a car parked at the home of a retired police officer at Ugwu Ogede in Itchi, Igbo-Eze South Local Government Area of Enugu State
According to reports, The victims were declared missing after they went to get some water at a commercial borehole owned and located at the home of the former police officer.
It was gathered that two other children named Kingsley Eze, and Mmasichukwu were equally recovered from the same car. Upon resuscitation, they alleged that three hooded men seized them and left them in the car. The thugs reportedly returned in the middle of the night to get them but they couldn’t unlock the faulty car doors, so they left the kids and ran away.
The parents of the kids had put a search team when the five kids who had gone to the borehole at about 8 am on Sunday, November 22, did not return home as usual. The traditional ruler of the community, HRH, Igwe Ike Oke, who verified the occurrence said that he also gathered personnel of vigilante and Forest Guard groups who joined in the search of the missing children.
He added that leaders of the community are working toward unravelling the events which led to the strange death of the children
Popular Nigerian comedienne, Helen Paul, has taken to Instagram to share some words of advice. The stand-up comedienne cum TV host and actress shared a write-up on her page with a lengthy caption that states that it is only for the wise.
The post reads:
“Do not turn your mentor to your competitor, respect who saw the light before you… *Onlyforthewise*”
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Part of her caption reads:
“Only the wise will understand this. E dey happen when they think they know it all… Learning for mentors too is necessary, leadership skills and training is very much needed. Understanding temperament and when to draw the line is very much needed.”
See her post below:
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Oreoluwa and Adedotun‘s big day could not be delayed or stopped. The #ForeverOD couple initially planned their wedding for June with a guest size of 350 before the pandemic hit. Seeing that a big gathering was impossible, they opted for a micro-wedding with just four weeks to plan.
With everything in place, Oreoluwa and Adedotun had the best day ever creating beautiful memories to hold on to forever. They had such a beautiful first look and gift exchange, they also had Pastor E. A Adeboye and his wife, call in to bless their marriage and of course, and each moment at the reception was truly special.
The planner, Enchanted Events & Weddings gave us some insight into the events leading up to their big day:
Ore and Dotun’s wedding was originally planned for Houston, TX in June and we were rounding up with the planning when the pandemic suddenly started in March. Similar to others, we remained hopeful that things would get better but later realized that we needed to come up with a different plan since the 350 guests wedding was no longer feasible. A micro-wedding seems like a safe alternative, and so we began the process. The new venue, new vendors, new plans, as Annapolis, MD. was the favourable location since the couple reside there. We planned a new wedding in 4 weeks from start to finish.
When we plan micro-weddings, we ensure to only scale back the number of guests but the overall vision is consistent with the original plans. For Ore and Ade’s wedding, we kept the element of an outdoor ceremony, indoor intimate reception, luxury decor, and a beautiful love-filled wedding vibe with 24 of their close family and friends. We ensured that family and friends that were not able to attend were not left out. Over 1000 guests didn’t miss out on the love, fun and laughs by attending virtually from around the world via Zoom and YouTube.
Some of the highlights of their day were:
-The unconventional gift and delivery method! The couple personally delivered their surprise gifts to each other right after their first look. It was so special and unique. One of the many gifts was a gorgeous bouquet by @venusetfleur
– The General Overseer of @rccgworldwide Pastor E.A Adeboye and Pastor Mrs Adeboye calling in from Nigeria to give their blessings to the newlywed couple.
-Though cocktail hour could not occur due to COVID restrictions, we decided to do the reception room reveal before the ceremony. This helped with the transition process of guests from ceremony to reception.
-Sending the beautiful couple off with surprise dramatic sparklers. Ohhh we absolutely loved the look on their face.