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Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Teacher Jailed After Having Sex at Cemetery


Charli Parker, a former teacher at a private Christian school in Alabama accused of having sex with two underage male students has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to one charge.

The 31-year-old Parker was sentenced to 12 years in prison, though she would only serve three years, followed by five years of probation.

Parker, who was the head coach for the girls’ basketball team and taught physical education at Pickens Academy, had sex 11 times with one of the students at her home and in a cemetery between October 2014 and March 2016.

Parker must also follow the state’s sex offender law and cannot have contact with the victim.

She was arrested in March and indicted on 13 counts of a school employee having sex with a student under the age of 19.

The constitutionality of the state’s teacher-student sex law is currently under appeal.

Although the student’s name was redacted from official documents, authorities previously said her victim was male.

Not long after Parker’s arrest, her husband Jamie, who also taught at the school and was the boys’ basketball coach, was charged with having sex with a female student.

“There needs to be a definitive line drawn in the sand that makes a statement to the public that this behaviour will not be tolerated,” Chief Assistant Pickens County District Attorney Andy Hamlin told WBRC.

“Nobody wants to see their kids going through something like that. I have tried three or four of those cases in the last year and it’s hard on the kids and it’s hard on the parents,” said Hamlin.

Parker has been ordered to begin serving her sentence on Sept. 11, while her husband’s case is set for trial on Nov. 27.

Read more: Fox News

Tuesday, 22 August 2017

DIEZANI LOSES MORE PROPERTIES TO NIGERIA


Former Nigerian oil minister, Diezani Alison Madueke has temporarily surrendered properties located in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja, valued at about N2.6 billion to the Federal Government of Nigeria.



Justice Abdulaziz Anka of the Federal High Court in Lagos gave the forfeiture order in Lagos today, ruling that the houses were acquired with proceeds of unlawful activities.

The houses seized included 21 mixed housing units of eight four bedroom penthouse apartment; six buildings of three bedroom apartments; two buildings of three bedrooms apartment and one building of four bedrooms apartment, all ensuite, located at 7 Thurnburn Street and 5 Raymond Street, Yaba. They were all valued at N937 million.

There were also 16-four bedrooms terrace buildings, located at Heritage Court Estate, Omerelu Street, Diobu GRA, Port-Harcourt, River State, valued at N928 million.

Also forfeited were 13 three-bedroom with one room maid’s quarter situated at Mabushi Gardens Estate, Plot 1205, Cadastral Zone B06, Mabushi, Abuja, valued at N650 million; and six flats of three bedrooms and one boys quarter, located at Plot 808 (135) Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, valued at N805 million.

The order of the court was sequel to an ex-parte application filed and argued before the court by the lawyer to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr. Anselm Ozioko.

Named as respondents in the suit are: Mrs. Diezani Alison Madueke; Mr. Donald Chidi Amamgbo; Chapel Properties Limited; Blue Nile Estate Limited; Azinga Meadows Limited and Vistapoints Property Development Limited.

Justice Anka ordered that the properties should in the interim be forfeited to the Federal government.

He also ordered the EFCC to notify the respondents to appear before the court and show cause within 14 days why the properties should not be permanently forfeited to the Federal government of Nigeria.

Justice Anka also directed the EFCC to make publication of the interim order in a national newspaper for the respondents and anyone who is interested in the properties to appear before the court to show cause within 14 days why the final order of forfeiture of the properties should not be made in favour of the Federal government of Nigeria.

The anti graft agency alleged that the properties were purchased by the former Petroleum Minister, Diezani and her cohort, Mr. Donald Chidi Amamgbo, through four companies; namely; Chapel Properties Limited; Blue Nile Estate Limited; Azinga Meadows Nigeria Limited; and Vistapoint Property Development Limited.

In an affidavit attached with the ex-parte application, sworn to by Sambo Muazu Mayana, an investigator with the agency,he averred that sometimes in 2016, an intelligence report was received against both Diezani and Amamgbo, and upon analysing the intelligence report, a search warrant was executed at the office and premises of Amamgbo.

Mr Mayana averred further that among the documents recovered from Amamgbo was an undated report tltled “Highly Confidential Attorney Work Product- August Report”.

The said ‘highly confidential report contained 18 companies and several properties located in United Kingdom (UK), Nigeria and United States of America (USA).

Amamgbo, told the EFCC that he registered the 18 companies to assist the former Petroleum Minister, Diezani Allison-Madueke in holding title of the temporarily forfeited properties.

Mayana stated that investigation into the ownership of the said Properties revealed that FBN Mortgage Limited was the last owner of three of the properties.

He also stated that payment for the properties were received by FBN Mortgage Limited at various times from 2011 to June 16, 2015.

According to him, First Bank of Nigeria Plc stated in a letter that the source of the money was Mrs. Diezani Alison Madueke, and that the bank picked up United States Dollars from her house located at 10, Frederick Chiluba Close, off Jose Martins Street, Asokoro, Abuja.

Of the dollars picked up from Diezani’s house, $3,342,307 USD, was credited into FBN Mortgage Limited account number 2008133531.

Mayana also stated that First Bank of Nigeria Plc, in its extra judicial statement made by its Head of Public Sector Group, also confirmed that the sum of N840 million, equivalent of $5,540, 318, transferred to Skye Bank by one Adeyemi Edun, was picked up on May 23, 2011, from Mrs. Diezani’s house in Asokoro, Abuja, and same was transferred on Diezani’s instruction to Skye Bank in favour of Adeyemi Edun on the same day.

NAN

HUGE RISE IN CHILD HUMAN BOMBS IN NIGERIA





There has been a significant increase in the number of children used as human bombs by Boko Haram militants in north-east Nigeria, the United Nations says.

Unicef reports there have been 83 cases so far this year - four times as many as in the whole of last year.

55 were girls under the age of 15 and in one case the bomb was strapped to a baby being carried by a young girl.

Unicef says this tactic is an atrocity causing fear and suspicion of children released by the militants.

According to the UN children's agency, 127 children have been used as bombers in north-east Nigeria since 2014.

The Islamist militants Boko Haram have regularly used children in its insurgency, abducting hundreds of schoolgirls, and forcibly recruiting boys as child soldiers.

BBC

SPANISH WOMAN CRUSHED BETWEEN FLOORS IN SEVILLE HOSPITAL!




A Spanish woman has died after being crushed in a freak accident involving a hospital lift, local media report.

Rocío Cortés Núñez, 25, had just given birth by Caesarian section in Seville's Our Lady of Valme hospital when the incident occurred on Sunday.

Her hospital trolley was being wheeled out of the lift when it began to rise with its doors open, leaving part of her body hanging outside.

Firefighters were called to rescue her but she could not be saved.

Some reports say her head was severed.

Family is 'devastated'

Ms Núñez had two other children, aged four and five, and her newborn daughter - who was with her at the time - was not harmed.

Her brother-in-law David Gaspar said that the family wanted to know why safety systems appeared to have failed. He added the accident was hard to believe.

Ms Núñez's husband, José Gaspar, said he was devastated by what had happened.

"This can't be so. Today it was Rocío but tomorrow it could be someone else," he told ABC Sevilla.

Regional health minister Marina Alvarez has opened an investigation but told reporters that the lift had passed safety tests earlier this month.

She called it a "rapid, unusual and tragic" accident.

A porter was reportedly moving Ms Núñez to a maternity ward when the doors on the lift they were in opened and closed a few times.

But as he attempted to wheel her out of the lift to try another one, it began to rise, trapping her.

Sunday, 20 August 2017

UNIABUJA STUDENT OFFERS VIRGINITY FOR SALE!

Just be very careful and don't fall into the hands of ritualists! Virgins and albinos are hot cakes for ritualists.

Secondly, if care is not taken they will do-free and give you indomie and egg!!!

Popular Lagos-based Psychologist and Relationship therapist, Joro Olumofin, has taken to his Instagram blog page and shared the story of a 23-year-old Universiy of Abuja female student who has put up her virginity for sale.


According to the young lady, ever since she lost her benefactor (a married man) who has been paying her bills and taking care of her, things have been extremely difficult for in school and she is finding it hard to live.

She revealed further that her landlord is on the verge on throwing her out of the house because her rent has since expired, adding that she is yet to pay her school fees and her final year project is starring her in the face. She is therefore offering her virginity for a sum of N350,000 to any man who can pay her the money.


Nairaland.