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Man allegedly hacks his two children to death in Niger State, claims it was an “act of God”

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The Niger State Police Command has arrested a man who allegedly hacked his two biological children to death and hid their corpses in the bush.

Spokesperson of the command, ASP Waisu Abiodun, who confirmed the incident in a statement on Friday, November 20, said the suspect Abubakar Maidobo confessed to the heinous crime, claiming that it was an act of God.

“On 14/11/2020 at about 0200hrs, based on information received, Police operatives attached to Nasko Division arrested one Abubakar Maidobo ‘m’ of Maidabo village via Salka, Nasko Magama LGA,” said ASP Abiodun.

“The suspect was arrested for allegedly killing his two (2) biological children with a cutlass, one Umar Abubakar aged 8yrs and Shehu Abubakar aged 4yrs while he hid the corpses in the bush in separate sacks. During interrogation, suspect confessed to the crime and claimed that the incident was an act of God. The corpses were taken to General Hospital Nasko for autopsy. Case under investigation.” he added.

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Boosie Badazz is suing Mark Zuckerberg for $20m for Racial Discrimination after his Instagram account was shut dow

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American rapper, Boosie Badazz is suing Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after his Instagram account was shut down in August for posting racy content.

During a recent sit-down with VladTV, the 38-year-old rapper said he was suing the tech guru for $20 million. He claims the platform’s decision to deactivate his account took a heavy toll on his business ventures.

Boosie alleges he was targeted because of his race, pointing out that there are plenty of people who have been banned from Instagram or for posting ‘derogatory things’, but those accounts were resorted.

“[Zuckerberg] made some of my business ventures go down, so I’m suing him now. I’m filing a lawsuit against him now,” he said. “He stopped me off Instagram and he didn’t put me back on Instagram. And that’s affecting my business,” Boosie said, and added that other people who have done worse have been allowed back on.

“This is the first time my Instagram has ever been taken from me,” he continued. “So you can give other 2 million people their Instagram back for derogatory things they did? And I posted a girl with an emoji’s over her. This is discrimination. Something is wrong. Somebody must be mad ’cause I said their name wrong and they’re trying to chastise me.”

“And my Black people are starting to tell me, ‘Boosie, this man is a racist. He knows you affects the Black community and make them smile every morning. Why is he not giving you your page back when gives all these people their page back. He might be trying to stop us from smiling’ … You’re going too far. I had ten million followers. You’re f*cking up my income … you’re showing discrimination.”

Boosie is seeking $20 million, which he claims has been his lost income from losing his page.

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“I’m not complaining, i’m ok here”- Simi replies a fan who said she’s supposed to be singing in heaven

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Nigerian singer Simi has replied a fan who suggested the singer is supposed to be singing in Heaven.

The fan who was probably thrilled which the singer’s unique and lovely voice posted a comment which the singer probably see as a ‘big time thing’. The fan wrote;

Simi is one of the singers that are suppose to be in Heaven singing.Hallelujah to God, cause this world don’t deserve that voice.

Maybe the ‘singing in heaven’ part didn’t go well with the singer as a ‘believer’ of which she replied the fan;

Please oh I’m not complaining oh. I’m ok here oh”

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US removes reciprocity fees for Nigerian visa applicants

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The United States has removed the reciprocity fee imposed on visa applications from Nigeria.

The fee was imposed in August 2019 on applicants whose non-immigrant visa applications are granted. The US Consulate at the time said it was “reciprocating” the extra visa fee the Nigerian government charges American citizens. The US consulate argued that while the US charged Nigerians $160 for visa application, its citizens seeking Nigerian visa were paying $110 extra. As a result, the federal government reduced visa application fees for US citizens.

In a statement released on Friday, December 4, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the reciprocity fee will no longer be effected from December 3, 2020.

The statement signed by Ferdinand Nwonye who is the spokesman of the Ministry reads in part

“The ministry of foreign affairs wishes to inform that the United States government has removed all visa reciprocity fees for Nigerian citizens seeking visas to the United States.

The positive development is in line with the removal of excess visa application, processing and biometric fees for United States citizens applying for Nigerian visas by the Nigerian government.

The United States government has therefore eliminated reciprocity fees for Nigerian citizens with effect from December 3, 2020.”

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