A man on Instagram, Nifemi Ayodeji, has shared what he found on his car’s windscreen after discovering that his side-mirror was knocked off and missing.
According to theNifemi Ayodeji, he stumbled upon a damaged side mirror which was kept on his bonnet, full of rage and anger, he proceeded to his car only for his anger to be tamed by a heart-melting note which was dropped by the person responsible for the act.
“It was to my greatest shock after close of work today about heading home when I found my side mirror on the bonnet. Totally knocked off from it’s hook.
As I was still preparing to get ready to chose how I will express my anger , behold I found a letter on my windscreen.
Immediately my rage of anger vanished !! Woow ! What a gentleman man he is . Such a responsible fellow . I said to myself .
If everyone in this country can be this civil and responsible i.
Good governance starts with me and you .
I cudnt help but smile after reading his letter , it was like i recieved a love Letter from my crush .
I sent him a text tonight , and I leant a lot from it too … .
Aim of sharing with you is to learn from it too .. My reply to him , it may be my turn to offend somone else .tommrw .
A lot of person wondered why I sent this type of reply and wondered if I am a typical Nigeria .
I am o , Infact a conc one .. but think about it , there’s really nothing in this life . Take it easy , forgive easily , move on quickly . And don’t hold on to anything .”
Developing news is that Nigerian fraudster Hushpuppi has exposed Nigerian Police Commissioner Abba Kyari in his involvement in $1.1 Million fraudulent deal.
This is coming following the extradition of Hushpuppi some months ago at his extravagant hotel residence in the United Arab Emirates to the United States.
According to new evidence released by the Federal Authorities after the fraudster pleaded guilty to get a reduced sentence of 20 years, it was uncovered that Hushpuppi once used the services of the Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari, to have a fellow fraudster arrested for ratting him out to his victim.
“Court documents outline a dispute among members of the conspiracy, which allegedly prompted Vincent to contact the victim and claim that Abbas and Juma were engaged in fraud. After this contact, Abbas allegedly arranged to have Vincent jailed in Nigeria by Abba Alhaji Kyari, 46, of Nigeria.
“According to the affidavit, Kyari is a highly decorated deputy commissioner of the Nigeria Police Force who is alleged to have arranged for Vincent to be arrested and jailed at Abbas’ behest, and then sent Abbas photographs of Vincent after his arrest.
Kyari also allegedly sent Abbas bank account details for an account into which Abbas could deposit payment for Vincent’s arrest and imprisonment,” U.S. Justice Department said in a statement.
After successfully having his competitor locked up by Kyari and defrauding his victim to the tune of $1.1 million, Hushpuppi made payment to the Police Commissioner for the job well done.
“Approximately $230,000 of the stolen funds allegedly were used to purchase a Richard Mille RM11-03 watch, which was hand-delivered to Abbas in Dubai and subsequently appeared in Hushpuppi’s social media posts.
“Other illicit proceeds from the scheme were allegedly converted into cashier’s checks, including $50,000 in checks that were used by Abbas and a co-conspirator to fraudulently acquire a St. Christopher and Nevis citizenship, as well as a passport for Abbas obtained by creating a false marriage certificate and then bribing a government official in St. Kitts,” officials said.
A piece of developing details around Nigerian Ray Huspuppi is that he has reportedly pleaded guilty to all charges and may face up to 20 year in prison.
Evan Ratliff who writes for Bloomberg noted in a tweet:
“In his plea agreement, Abbas admitted to laundering money from the Malta Bank heist and the BEC attacks on a Premier League club, another UK firm, and an American law firm, as well as additional schemes.
“Abbas’ plea agreement, which involved crimes allegedly perpetrated by North Korean state-sponsored hackers, was heavily redacted and many of the filings in the case remain sealed.”
Hushpuppi was arrested by Dubai police on June 10, 2020, alongside 11 other members of his gang which include Olalekan Jacob Ponle aka ‘Woodberry.’
Kemi Olunloyo also made this known via her social media account on Wednesday. She disclosed that Hushpuppi may go 20 years in jail.
Ramon Abass aka @hushpuppi #hushpuppi has agreed to PLEAD GUILTY to US Federal Court to conspiracy to engage in money laundering of funds from BUSINESS EMAIL COMPROMISE SCAMS and other online heists. He will face up to 20 years at sentencing. I am the ONLY media professional who has been giving you exclusive updates on this case and BREAKING IT FIRST
I will do a #Kemitalksopinion analysis at 12 NOON �� so STANDBY‼️‼️ There will NO LONGER be a trial. He did a plea deal as I expected. He allegedly moved the money for all the hackers.
I will give you exclusive reasons on why he was caught. Flashing wealth and double crossing one particular hacker.
Mawuli Epkpe Peter, the National Public Relations Officer for the Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG), has threatened to drop names of big men including pastors and politicians who patronize Ashawo.
Mawuli Epkpe made her cry in an interview with Christian Agyei Frempong on Anigye Mere on Onua FM.
According to Mawuli, there’s. Nothing wrong with prostitution.
He argued that this bunch of ladies help men who are rejected and denied sex by their women and also relieves stress.
“No one can ban this lucrative business. Banning the old trade will be a failure because those who are supposed to enforce the law are also clients.”
He further mentioned that he’s ready to drop names of regular customers of prostitutes in Accra and Kumasi if anyone tells him that their business should be banned.
He reinforced his stance by saying renowned pastors, politicians, top businessmen, top journalists, seasoned presenters, chiefs, police capos, doctors, engineers, seek the services of prostitutes which underlines their importance.
A piece of disturbing news reaching us at OccupyGh.com indicates that a popular Ghanaian pastor has allegedly died out of hunger.
The pastor identified simply as Osor mysteriously died after slumping to the ground on Friday, July 23, 2021.
He is said to have passed out of hunger as per details from bystanders who were surrounding him.
” Osor is a popular man of God who normally does his Evangelism in this area…we normally give him money for food …we only know him by the name Osor”. Akotsem told Nana Ampofo
“It’s so unfortunate that we found him dead this morning…he usually sits under the Mango tree with his congregation …We are told he died this morning (Friday -23-7-21) Though we are not sure of what may have killed him, we can only allege that hunger strike may also be one of the major factors”. The bystanders noted.
A sad video of a new-born baby being rescued from a latrine has just popped up on social media as netizens go berserk over it.
The video sighted by OccupyGh.com shows how men pulled the baby out, placed the baby on the ground, and started cleaning the body.
Many who saw the video have condemned the act done by the mother saying that she should have tried other options.
“…..she shouldn’t have dumped that innocent soul in the toilet at least by the roadside someone else can easily help…,” Mamie, a social media user noted.
Stellah Amutos commented on the video and said that “what’s wrong with women, why did she accept to carry that innocent soul for 9 months? God save the child from any kind of sickness.”
“My heart is bleeding. This is so touching Lord. U don’t know how it means. People are outside there wanting to have a baby and you do such. She really doesn’t know how sweet being a mother is,” another internet User said.
A woman, Yaa Tina, with Little the gym instructor before his death has finally detailed how the whole thing went on.
Yaa had gone to visit her boyfriend, Little the Gym Instructor she had been dating for almost four years before that God-forsaken night which turned out to be the last night they will ever be in each other’s arms.
“That Wednesday, I went to visit Little at 9:30 pm; I got to his house at about 9:30 pm,” she narrated through her teary eyes.
Shortly before Little’s bright life was snuffed out, Yaa said she had seen a shadow through Little’s bedroom window and had alerted him but he calmed her, saying it could be cats playing around the window.
Yaa said she doubted the ‘cats playing’ theory as she thought it was the shadows of, what she called, bad boys wanting to catch a glimpse of what may be happening in their room.
Before this moment, Little was in the washroom while Yaa lay on his bed, waiting for him to see her off as she did not plan to spend the night with Little.
Yaa said, even though her deceased lover calmed her, she saw him grab a kitchen knife so she went back to bed.
Shortly after, Yaa said she heard the sound of a key.
“The next thing I heard was a key crack and I heard ‘who is that’ in Twi. At the same time, it was like someone trying to push the door as Little also tried to push back then I heard a gunshot,” she recounted.
“Then I heard him mentioning my name, saying they’ve shot me; they’ve shot me,” she narrated with a deep groan.
As Little screamed with his hands on his chest, Yaa said his attackers pushed him into the bedroom with guns pointed at both of them.
Yaa, who at this time had rushed to her boyfriend’s rescue, said she was pushed back onto the bed with a gun to her head.
Robbers demanded for phone and money
The attackers, numbering three in the room, then demanded their phones and money, a demand to which she obliged.
Yaa said they didn’t have enough money except for some GHS 100 and coins that the deceased had left on a table which the attackers had already picked.
With the two phones in their possession and not much money as they thought they could grab, they departed the room, Yaa narrated.
At this time, Little was bleeding and Yaa said she grabbed a bedsheet to block the flow of blood when the attackers had left the room.
While doing so, Yaa said she screamed for help, an act that brought one of the attackers back to their room to warn her against screaming.
According to Yaa, when the attackers left Little’s room, she could hear them talk as they entered other neighbours’ rooms.
“I heard them bring someone out and instructed him to open his car,” she recounted, saying at this point she had gone to lock the door as the attackers walked around shouting instructions to each other.
“I heard the name Awuro, Awuro,” Yaa said amidst tears.
Little the gym instructor’s last moments
All this while, Yaa said she stuck to her frantic attempts to block the flow of Little’s blood but after 15 to 20 minutes, she noticed a pool of blood oozing from his back onto the floor.
“I noticed it [the blood] wasn’t small so I panicked and started screaming again and after some time, he just stood up; got up at once and the blood just flew like … you know, when water pops out of a water hole, the blood just came out puuf…” then he started hitting everything around”.
At this point, Yaa said she got scared even more so she ran back to the door and started knocking and shouting for help from neighbours but there was no help in sight as she believed everyone was afraid.
As all hopes for help failed, Yaa could only sit helplessly beside her lover until his struggles stopped.
According to Yaa, minutes after the long silence that had engulfed the entire house was over, she heard another set of voices and as she paid attention, she realised it was the police who wanted to know if she was okay.
“I then started shouting I’m not okay; I’m not okay” she narrated.
By the time the police got to her, however, Little had given up the ghost.
Rumours of Little’s affair with a married woman
“I’m not married; I’ve been divorced for almost eight years now. I’m with my kids and my ex-husband is also staying at his place,” Yaa said as a response to our question to her about her rumoured extra marital affair with Little.
If I said I have been with Little for the past four years, it didn’t start with a sexual relationship. I was going to the gym when I had this divorce and all of you know divorce is not an easy thing. Sometimes, while working out, my mood will just change and I’ll start tearing.
According to her, Little noticed her struggles and they became friends as he consoled her, leading to the two of them developing a liking for each other.
The Nasarawa State Police Command has paraded 61 suspected criminals arrested for various crimes in the state including a member of the gang responsible for the gruesome murder of Terkula Suswam, the brother to former Benue Governor, Gabriel Suswam.
Briefing newsmen at the Command Headquarters in Lafia on Friday, July 23, the Commissioner of Police, AIG Bola Longe, said the suspects included six suspected hired assassins, 2 railway vandals, 38 suspected cultists, 5 kidnappers and 8 robbery suspects.
Longe said the suspected assassins had concluded plans to strike at some locations in Karu Local Government Area of the state and eliminate some persons.
“Sequel to credible information at the disposal of the Police command, which indicated that, a group of dare-devil robbers/assassins had concluded plans to strike at some locations within Karu LGA and eliminate their victims in the process. They intended carrying out this atrocious act around Uke, Nyanya Gwandara areas and along Keffi-Abuja express road. Consequently, the Police Command raised a formidable team of detectives and operational personnel as a proactive step to prevent them from actualizing their aim and also arrest these criminal elements,” Longe stated.
The police boss boss further said: “This measure paid off on 2/7/2021 at about 1930hrs, when a vehicle conveying the syndicate, comprising seven members were trailed and blocked at a spot along Keffi- Abuja road and the suspected occupants of the vehicle namely: (i) Paul Aba (ii) Fredrick James (iii) Tersoo Zugu (iv) Saalumun Waako A.k.A Osama (v) Kenneth Samuel (vi) Simon Achano all males were arrested, while the 7th member of the gang escaped.
“Consequently, a thorough search of the suspect’s vehicle and their criminal hide- out was conducted and the following exhibits recovered: Two Berreta Pistol, Three Volkswagen Golf cars which they admitted were bought from the proceeds of their nefarious activities and deployed for criminal activities.
“However, preliminary investigation has revealed that one of the suspects, Saalumun Waako is a member of the criminal gang responsible for the gruesome killing of one Terkula Suswam, said to be an elder brother to Senator Gabriel Suswam on March 2, 2021 at Ayin village, Logo LGA of Benue State.
“The suspect (Saalumun Waako) who has also been on the wanted list of Benue Police Command for offences ranging from kidnapping, homicide to armed robbery has however been handed over to Benue State Police Command for further investigation. Meanwhile, investigation is being intensified at State Criminal Investigation Department, Lafia,” he added.
The CP also paraded some vandals who had been in the business of buying and selling railway tracks and slippers in the state.
He said: “In continuation of the Police Command’s relentless operations against railway tracks/slippers vandals, spearheaded by the Anti-kidnapping unit of the Command, one Isah Abubakar ‘M’ 48 yrs of Mada station, Nasarawa Eggon LGA was arrested on 15/07/2021 at about 0220hrs. A stock pile of vandalized rail tracks / slippers was discovered in his house,”
“Upon interrogation, the suspect confessed to the crime and led the Police to arrest one Osaji Anthony `m` 55yrs, the Principal Technical Officer (PTO), Nigerian Railway Corporation office at Mada Station as the person that sold the vandalized rail tracks/slippers to him at the rate of fifty five thousand naira (N55,000) only.
In a related development, on 17/07/2021 at about 0330hrs, Police personnel of the Anti-kidnapping Unit of the Nasarawa State Police Command led by CSP Aniette Eyoh, while working on credible intelligence, intercepted one Citroen J5 Bus, white colour with recently (fresh) vandalized rail tracks at Agyragu, Obi LGA.
On sighting the Police, the occupants of the vehicle abandoned it and escaped to unknown destination. Consequently, the vehicle loaded with the vandalized rail tracks and gas cylinders/machines used in cutting the rail tracks into movable sizes were recovered and taken to the station. Investigation is ongoing at State Criminal Investigation Department, Lafia.
Police operatives also arrested a 100L student of Nasarawa State University and an accomplice for criminal conspiracy, fraudlent transaction and unlawful possession of fake currency.
“On 4/6/2021 about 2000hrs, a distress call was received from a Point Of S ale operator (POS) that, one Hussaini Alidu “M” 25 yrs, a one hundred level student of Nasarawa state University, Faculty of Agriculture, Lafia and Yushau Hudu “M” 32 yrs came to her P.O.S stand around College of Agriculture, Science and Technology, Lafia to deposit the sum of fifty thousand naira (#50,000) but she discovered eight pieces of fake naira notes in one thousand naira denomination (N1,000) out of the amount given, and when she objected to the inclusion of the fake currency, the suspects became wild and started pouring invectives on her.
Upon receipt of the information, Police personnel attached to Area Command, Lafia moved immediately to the scene and got the suspects arrested. Further investigation led to the arrest of more suspects namely: Abubakar Bala, Yahaya Ahmed, Sunday Agbougwu, Chinonso Igweonwu and Arinze Nwite and a total sum of seven million, eight hundred thousand naira (N7, 800,000) counterfeit currency (all in one thousand naira denomination) were subsequently recovered from them. In addition to this, a total sum of one million, ten thousand Dollars ($1,10,000,000) all in hundred dollars bills were recovered from the same suspects as exhibits.
The counterfeit currencies recovered have been taken to Central Bank of Nigeria for further necessary action as investigation continues at the State Criminal Investigation Department, Lafia.
On 30/6/2021 about 0700hrs, a complaint was lodged at Assakio Divisional Police headquarters by a resident of the area that, on the aforementioned date at about 0100hrs, gunmen numbering about three invaded his residence at ungwan Ben, Assakio and kidnapped his son (Mohammed Yahaya Abdulkarim)
Upon receipt of the information, the Divisional Police officer, Assakio swiftly mobilized his men to the scene, chased the criminals to their hideout and eventually succeeded in arresting one of the kidnappers named Abdul Qayyumu Adamu “M” as he tried to escape on a motorcycle.
He admitted to being a member of the gang of kidnappers who perpetrated the dastardly act and led the Police to arrest another member of the gang named Ahdamu Adamu “M” of Assakio town. One AK47 riffle, one motorcycle and one GSM hanset were recovered from them as exhibits. Investigation is ongoing at State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID), Lafia.
On 20/06/2021 at about 1915hrs, information was received that one Uba Abdullahi “M” of Wamba road, Akwanga was kidnapped along Akwanga-Ningo expressway by unknown gunmen.
Upon receipt of the information, the Divisional Police Officer, Akwanga in conjunction with the Anti-kidnapping Unit of the Police Command swung into action. The search yielded results on 21/06/2021 at about 1215hrs when one Usman Aliyu “M” of Ruga Nunu, Ningo Sambe was arrested in connection to the crime and he mentioned his accomplices.
A thorough manhunt for other members of the criminal gang led to the arrest of Husaan Aliyu “M” on same date at about 0300hrs while Muhammed Adamu was arrested on 02/072021. Upon interrogation, the suspects all confessed to the commission of the offence.
One Dane gun and dry leaves suspected to be Indian hemp were recovered from them as exhibits. Investigation is being intensified with a view to arrest and bring to justice all members of this criminal gang.
On 4/7/2021 about 1245hrs, while acting on credible intelligence, the duo of Esla Steven and Stanley Bitrus who are both suspected members of Black Axe confraternity were arrested in connection to the recent cult clash in Lafia and environs.
Further investigation into the case by Police personnel of the Nasarawa State Police Command led to the arrest of eight more suspects namely: Abraham Omameh, Ezekiel Joseph, Uvie Bala, Yaka Bala, all members of black Axe confraternity while Samson Joseph Ike, Jubrin Mohammed, David Clement and Thaddeus Ibrahim all members of Vikins confraternity on 6/7/2021.
One locally fabricated pistol, three 0.9mm live ammunition, two axes, eight cutlasses, eight daggers and dangerous charms were recovered from the suspects as exhibits. Investigation is ongoing at State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID), Lafia, upon completion; suspects will be charged to court.
On 08/7/2021 at about 2000hrs, while acting on credible intelligence, Police personnel attached to Area Command, Karu on surveillance patrol arrested one Tobi Adegbite, when a search was conducted on him, one locally fabricated berretta Pistol was recovered from him as exhibit. The suspect has confessed to be a member of a criminal gang terrorizing Karu and its environs. Investigation is ongoing at State Criminal Investigation Department, Lafia.
Following complaints that an impostor who at different times and places, posed or paraded himself as the Vice chancellor and Acting registrar of Federal University, Lafia respectively on social media is defrauding unsuspecting individuals of their hard earned money under the guise of awarding them contracts and securing them admission into Federal University Lafia, while in some cases claimed to be a lawyer.
However, on 24/6/2021 at about 1400hrs, Police personnel attached to State Intelligence Bureau (S.IB) in an intelligence led operation, arrested the impostor named Terver Upaa Yaji `M` 39yrs of NO-52, ERCC Bukan Sidi, Lafia. Upon diligent search, one complimentary card bearing Terver Upaa Yaji esq, LLD, LLM & Phd was recovered from him as exhibit.
The suspect also claimed to be a lecturer at Benue University, Makurdi on sabbatical leave but preliminary investigation proved that the suspect is a secondary school drop out with no means of livelihood. The suspect has confessed to the crime, and investigation is ongoing and will be charged to court afterwards.
On 29/6/2021 at about 1100hrs, while acting on credible information, Police operatives of the State intelligence Bureau arrested one Ali Musa `M` 37yrs of Agyaragu, Obi LGA on a Haujoiue Motorcycle with registration number NASARAWA QD391 NTT suspected to have been stolen.
Upon interrogation, the suspect confessed to have stolen the Motorcycle at the Nigeria Labour Congress office (Labour House) located along Makurdi road, Lafia while the union members were holding a meeting.
Findings revealed that, the suspect was an Ex-Police officer dismissed from the Nigeria Police Force some years ago on account of stealing and acts that were adjudged discreditable to the force.
Furthermore, the suspect confessed to have been responsible for stealing of motorcycles at Dalhatu Araf Specialist Hospital, College of education, Akwanga, Nasarawa State and Sanga LGA, Kaduna State. Suspect will soon be arraigned in the law court.
On 19/06/2021 at about 2045hrs, a distress call was received by the Divisional Police officer, New Karu that, suspected cultists numbering about thirty (30) were in procession in honour of one of their deceased member (Red Axe/vikins) at New Nyanya and were equally alleged to be attacking people and dispossessing them of their valuables.
Upon receipt of the information, a team of Police personnel was immediately deployed to the area. Consequently, six (6) suspects with Red Axe insignia were arrested. Effort is ongoing to arrest the other fleeing suspects. Suspects will be charged to court upon conclusion of investigation.
On 22/6/2021 at about 1430hrs information was received that young men of questionable character had lodged at Aniona Hotel, New Karu area of Karu LGA.
Upon receipt of the information, the Divisional Police officer, New Karu Division, SP Aaron Kaura swiftly mobilized and led his men to the area where over forty (40) young men between the ages of 19-20yrs were seen consuming hard drugs and smoking Indian hemp, on sighting the Police they fled to different directions but were pursued.
Consequently, twenty one (21) suspects were arrested and the following exhibits recovered from them: some quantity of hard drugs, three (3) Laptops, thirteen (13) sophisticated mobile phones of different brands and one iphone 11 pro valued at five hundred and fifty thousand naira (#550,000). Investigation is ongoing at State criminal investigation Department, Lafia.
On 1/7/2021 at about 0120hrs, a distress call was received by the Divisional Police officer, Masaka Division that, unknown armed men invaded Jhew and Nyanya Gwandara communities, shot sporadically to scare people and eventually carted away mobile phones and other valuables.
However, in reaction to this unsavory development, Police personnel attached to Masaka Division immediately raced to the scene and caught up with the armed robbers on their way out where a gun duel ensued; as a result, the duo of Ahmed Ibrahim `M` 22yrs and Abdulfatai Abdulaziz both of Nyanya Gwandara area were arrested while one Samuel Danjuma `M` of Kuchikau 1 area was seriously injured and rushed to Alkawali Hospital Masaka but later died while receiving treatment.
Two mobile phones, one torch light, one sharp object and a pair of male shorts were recovered from the suspects as exhibits. Investigation is ongoing.
A man who drove along the busy streets of Nairobi Central Business District (more like the Circle of Kenya) has pranked phone snatchers and exposed them in a viral video that has just surfaced on social media.
In the viral video sighted by OccupyGh.com, the man, an Asian man is seen holding a phone in his hand and resting his arm on the window such that the phone was visible from outside the car.
“This is the Nairobi CBD area and we are going to show you how phone snatchers will take my phone,” the prankster states.
It didn’t take long before the first hoodlum saw an opportunity to snatch the phone
One of the robbers even tried to snatch the phone despite a police officer being just meters away.
The gang of thieves coordinates among themselves on how to attack.
They hang around busy streets where there is a traffic jam and target unsuspecting motorists.
More than 5 thugs tried to snatch his phone while filming the prank.
Here’s the viral video that exposes the high level of insecurity in Nairobi CBD.