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CBN Director’s son kills daughter of Air Marshal

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Daughter of retired Air Vice Marshal J.A. Mbaka, Saratu Luga Mbaka, and six others were reportedly killed by a man identified as Femi Babatunde Oni, who is a medical doctor.

According to information available to The Eagle Online, the incident happened in the early hours of May 18, 2019 after the medical doctor was said to struggling the wheel of his car with a female passenger.

Oni, who was said to be son of a former Director of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Sam Oni, drove out of a building along CBN/Sahad Stores road in Abuja last Saturday.

According to available information, “the Medical Doctor had a female passenger with him in the car who was struggling for the steering with him.

In the process, he was said to have knocked down and killed three persons jogging along the road.

This prompted Police officers to chase after him. However , he did not stop as he further went on to hit a green taxi in which Mbaka was alongside others.

Three passengers in the taxi were said to have died immediately , while Mbaka and the driver were taken to the National Hospital, Abuja for treatment unconscious.

Mbaka however, couldn’t survive the crash, while the driver his receiving treatment at the intensive car unit of the hospital.

Oni was said to be later arrested by the police but refused to disclose his identity, triggering suspension of a possible cover up.

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A family source said Oni, a graduate of the University of Ilorin, has prevailed on the police authorities not to prosecute him but offered to compensate the families of the deceased.

Police PRO Frank Mba, was said not to be available for comment while filing this report.

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Police Arrest 50 Year Old Woman For Buying Newborn Baby In Anambra State

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Police Arrest 50 Year Old Woman For Buying Newborn Baby In Anambra State

The NIGERIA NEWS gathered that a 50-year-old woman buys a newborn baby at the sum of 500 000 nairas and at the moment she is at the custody of the police.

The incident occurs at No 3 Onyekwore street, Awada, Onitsha, Anambra state. The culprit’s name is Juli et Onweagoba and her colleague in the evil act is Edith Ewudo who is also 49 years old. They confessed that they used to buy the newborn baby from Ndidi Egeonu.

The police arrested them after it leaked out that a baby was stolen from a delivery mother. A police representative from Anambra state, Haruna Mohammed said that the baby has been recovered back from the culprits.

Mr. Haruna said:

“On the 12/6/2019 at about 7:00 pm, Police detectives attached to Awada division arrested one Juliet Onweagba ‘f’ aged 50 years of No 3 Onyekwore Street Awada

“Suspect conspired with one Edith Ewudo aged 49 years of Orsumoghu street Awada and bought a newborn baby girl at the sum of N550,000 from one Ndidi Egeonu ‘f’ aged 35 years of Odume Obosi.

“The baby was stolen from the mother one Udechukwu Faith ‘f’ aged 23 years of 3-3 Onitsha shortly after delivery on the 2/6/2019.”

All the suspects are expected to be charged to court soon as the investigation continues.

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Good worth millions lost fire in Ibadan market after water tanker nuzzle failed to work

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Shop owners in Orita-Aperin market in Ibadan couldn’t quantify their loss following a fire incident that burnt goods worth millions of naira from a source that is yet to be ascertained.

This has happened after a couple a similar fire incident occurred at the Onipepeye bridge, along Lagos/Ibadan expressway, where some people were burnt to death a few weeks ago.

Speaking with the press at the scene of the inferno on Saturday, the Babaloja of Orita-Aperin, Abiodun Ahmed, said that goods worth millions of naira were lost.

According to him, the fire which started by 12 midnight on Friday from an unknown source.

He lamented that the Oyo State Fire Service was immediately called but unfortunately when they got there, the nuzzle of their truck was not functioning.

“So we have to resolve to self-help by putting out the fire ourselves, or else, the loss would have been more than this.”

According to him,  most of the owners of the shops affected by the fire just bought goods into their respective shops, adding that, that was what made the total value of the goods affected by the fire to be much.

“The shops that were affected include shop of a jewelry seller, shop of a food ingredient seller, shop of a provision seller, red oil seller and herbs seller, among others, five million, six hundred thousand was the worth of jewelries that got burnt, and most of the goods affected in the shops of the herbs seller cannot be replaced because they were ancient goods that can not be seen on market again.”

He, however, appealed to the Oyo State Government to come to their aide because the loss was too much for the victims to bear.

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