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Tuesday, 21 August 2018

Woman, 57 Lands In Kirikiri Over "Face-Me-I-Slap You" Squabble

A 35-year-old lady has been reportedly hospitalized after she was beaten to a pulp by her 57-year-old neighbour in Igando, Lagos who in turn has landed in Kirikiri prison.

According to reports, Mrs Sherifat Jimoh, 57, and Mrs. Titilayo Akapo, 35, who are neighbours at Osunba in Igando, engaged in a fisticuff which  according to Enquirermag's source started after the younger woman allegedly insulted the elderly woman.

Mrs Jimoh, the elderly woman we gathered overpowered her younger adversary  during the fight beating her blue-black and until she sustained serious  injuries and was immediately rushed to the hospital

Mrs Jimoh, Enquirermag gathered was arrested by the police at Igando Division and charged before the Ejigbo Magistrates court.

The 57 years old woman pleaded not guilty and the Presiding Magistrate, Mr. L.K.J. Layeni, granted her  N50,000 bail with one surety in like sum and the case has been adjourned to September 5th, 2018.

Mrs. Jimoh has been remanded in prison custody pending when she will perfect her bail condition.

Chichi Marvis


Abuja High Court Slams Multichoice Over Tariff Hikes


The Federal High Court (FHC) sitting in Abuja yesterday ordered Multichoice Nigeria Limited to halt any increase in its subscription tariffs.

Just about three weeks ago, the satellite cable television service provider made an upward review of all packages in its digital satellite platform.

Most Nigerians did  not take this lightly as they turned to social media to vent out their anger against the sudden increase.

We gathered that CPC, under the leadership of its Director-General, Babatunde Irukera, who led some concerned Nigerians to court for the case, filed the application on behalf of the Federal Government.

The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, had granted the authority for the council to initiate the suit under Sections 10 and 16 of the Consumer Protection Council Act, Cap c25, LFN 2004.

Justice Nnamdi Dimgba of the FHC Abuja on Monday gave the order, which was sued by the Federal Government, not to impose any hidden charges pending the determination of the plaintiff’s motion on notice for interlocutory injunction.

The decision of the court to restrain Multichoice followed a Suit No FHC/ABJ/CS/894/18 brought before it by the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) in light of the strong public interest raised in the application.

Welcome to Enquirer: Baby Dealers Arrested For Buying Set of Twins For ...

Welcome to Enquirer: Baby Dealers Arrested For Buying Set of Twins For ...: The Imo State Police Command have apprehended and arrested two desperate baby traders identified as Chizoba Eze and Amaka Eze for alleged...

Baby Dealers Arrested For Buying Set of Twins For N1.8m


The Imo State Police Command have apprehended and arrested two desperate baby traders identified as Chizoba Eze and Amaka Eze for allegedly buying a set of new born twins-Emmanuel and Emmanuella for a ridiculous N1.8m.

The two women  whom we gathered are from from Enugu state,  impersonated the mother of the twins as they tried to make away with the babies but unfortunately  the police caught up with them truncating their illicit business.

The two culprits were paraded on Monday alongside six others, who also allegedly abducted and sold nine other children.

 The Imo State Police Public Relations Officer, Andrew Enwerem,  revealed that the suspects were intercepted on Owerri-Aba Road.

The police public relations officer also announced that the  suspects have made some interesting revelations and will therefore be charged to court at the end of investigations.”

The PPRO advised parents to be mindful of the people they leave their children with, saying child trafficking is an absurdity.

Chichi Marvis

Monday, 20 August 2018

Welcome to Enquirer: Unwanted Sen. Aidoko Threatens Fire and Brimstones...

Welcome to Enquirer: Unwanted Sen. Aidoko Threatens Fire and Brimstones...: The PDP Senator representing Kogi East at the National Assembly might be taking the game to the extreme if Information at our disposals i...

Unwanted Sen. Aidoko Threatens Fire and Brimstones In Kogi primaries


The PDP Senator representing Kogi East at the National Assembly might be taking the game to the extreme if Information at our disposals is anything to go by.

According to sources, Sen. Aidoko who has served for 12 years without anything to show for it, we gathered has enlisted thugs to disrupt the forthcoming primaries of the party.

Reliable informants alleged that Aidoko, who is currently representing the senatorial district in the red chamber, has taken his re-election bid to an unimaginable level as he feared that the constituents no longer needed his services.

According to sources, Senator Aidoko has perfected a grand plan to engage the services of thugs to harass delegates that are not committed to him thereby forcing himself on the people.

It was alleged further that the senator also planned to refuse other aspirants access to the venue of the election and that he is working with some powerful elements in the party to achieve his aim.

We were further informed that Senator Aidoko planned to cause commotion if things don’t go his way, and that he has informed those close to him that he would threaten officials and their family members into submission so that he could have his way.

“Senator Aidoko is desperate to return to the senate chamber in 2019 at all cost. He is using all within his power to get the ticket of the party despite his unpopularity.

“We are tired of him as our senator. He has been there twice, but we cannot see what he has achieved. Even at that, let him submit himself for primaries. If the people want him he would see and if they don’t want him, then he should go back home and allow us to try another person. Enough is enough,” said a reliable source.

The source recalled that the youths in Kogi East Senatorial District had earlier rejected the re-election of Senator Attai Aidoko as the 2019 General Elections approach.

He stressed that Aidoko is the longest-serving federal lawmaker from Kogi East, but that ironically, “the worst amongst all, as he has serially failed us in terms of good legislation, provision of amenities through constituency projects and youth empowerment. Aidoko should be told the naked truth. He must be told that the seat of Kogi East doesn’t belong to his family neither any godfather.”

The youths had revealed that Senator Aidoko has spent 12 years both in lower and upper chambers of the National Assembly without anything to show for it, adding that it was under his watch that Ibaji oil wells were ceded to Anambra State.

“Senator Aidoko has provided poor representation, starting from his days in the House of Representatives, where he represented Ankpa/Omala/Olamaboro Federal Constituency from 2003 to 2011 and served as Chairman, House Committee on Federal Capital Territory, and later as Chairman, Senate Committee on SEGS.

“As a Senator, he can’t point at one single thing as achievement that we can call his Constituency project.

“He is only after his personal interest and that of his godfather which is not good for our people in need of development. In fact, Aidoko is a liability on the good people of Kogi East and he has no political relevance in both the region and at the national level,Attai Aidoko as Chairman Senate Committee on SDG sold contracts and did virtually all the contracts using proxies they stated.He’s that self centred “they alleged.

The youths noted that Senator Aidoko hails from Ugbamaka-Igah in Olamaboro Local government and that as the Chairman, Senate Committee on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) there is “no project that has come to our land but other senators buy contracts from Senator Aidoko for the interest of their constituencies and he converts the proceeds into buying exotic cars for personal use amid the untold suffering of our people.

The youths stressed that in 2019 ‘by God’s grace,’ Kogi East must decide their future.

The youths however, urged Kogi East youths and other constituents to resolve “to rally round a common cause that will ultimately produce Dr. Victor Alewo Adoji as the next Senator “to represent us come 2019 by God’s grace.”

They stated that Victor Adoji has the requisite qualities to take development to Kogi East and that he is a man with vision and determination to get things done properly for Igala people as a senator.

A chieftain of the PDP in the senatorial district however, warned that “Senator Aidoko’s plans would be resisted with all powers and he would not have his way this time around no matter what happens.”

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Woman, 57 Lands In Kirikiri Over "Face-Me-I-Slap You" Squabble

A 35-year-old lady has been reportedly hospitalized after she was beaten to a pulp by her 57-year-old neighbour in Igando, Lagos who in tu...