Six men who brutally murdered an army commandant in Oyo state have been apprehended by the Nigerian Army, 2 Division. The six men allegedly killed the Commandant of the Command Secondary School, Ibadan, Oyo State, Col. Anthony Okeyim in December 12, 2016, on the school premises.
It was gathered that the assailants strangled the military officer. The men were led a student, who was expelled over theft. Autopsy report said the deceased died as a result of “rise in intracranial pressure from intracranial haemorrhage caused by fracture of the skull.”
Okeyim was promoted to the rank of brigadier three weeks before his death, but he had yet to be decorated with the rank before he was murdered.
The arrested suspects, who were paraded by the Nigerian Army in Ibadan, were said to have played various roles in the killing of Okeyim.
The suspects are Solomon Emmanuel, 20; Bibisoye Kehinde, aka Efrebor, 27; Taiwo Adeniyi, 34; Ewere Andrew, 25; Ephraim Obi, 38; and Udobata Onusa, aka Kaka, 28.
Deputy Director, Public Relations, 2 Division of the Nigerian Army, Ibadan, Col. Timothy Antigha, said a Samsung X4 mobile phone, which was stolen from Okeyim helped in apprehending the killers, adding that it was found in Emmanuel’s possession.
Anthiga said Emmanuel, who claimed to have got the handset from Adeniyi, also confessed that on the night of December 11, 2016, he and the other suspects went to the school in a Toyota Camry belonging to him. Anthiga said another suspect, Kehinde, also confessed that he switched off their victim’s generator when they got to his house.
He added that investigation revealed that Adeniyi was notified of the plot to attack the late commandant by Emannuel, and that he was present at the scene of the murder.
“On behalf of the General Officer Commanding, 2 Division, Maj. Gen. Chukwunedum Abraham, I thank the Nigeria Police Force and the Department of State Services, Oyo State Command, for their invaluable support, without which very little progress would have been made in unearthing the circumstances surrounding the death of the late senior officer,” Antigha said.
It has been confirmed according to a new study that men with a certain type of body lasts longer in bed.
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A new study has shown that some type of men can last longer in bed leaving you very well satisfied.
The report posted by Sun UK revealed that according to a new study, the size of a man’s stomach may well be a better indicator of how long he can keep it going in the sack.
The research comes from scientists at Erciyes University in Turkey, who now believe that larger men make better lovers because they’ve got more se xual stamina.
The researchers studied 200 men; comparing their body mass index (BMI) to their se xual performance. Interestingly, the result showed that fatter men with bigger bellies lasted longer in bed then their svelte counterparts.
In fact, men with visible belly fat and a higher BMI could get down to it for an average 7.3 minutes, while slimmer men lasted an average of 1.8 minutes in the sack and were more likely to suffer from premature ejaculation.
The study said: “We found that the premature ejaculators were leaner.
“As the BMI increased, the number of patients decreased in the premature ejaculation group.”
The scientists thought that the reason behind larger lads lasting longer is that they have higher levels of the female crx hormone oestradiol, which may disrupt the body’s chemical balance and inhibits them from climaxing for longer.
Premature ejaculation is the name given when a man ejaculates either before, or a very short time after, entering the vagina. It’s a major concern for many blokes, with 30 per cent of lads reporting to have been affected by the condition last year.
Recently, researchers revealed the average time it takes a man to orgasm, and typically it takes two to three minutes after entering the vagina, while it’s also been revealed how much cex you can expect to have a year compared to your peers.
Before mobile phones and other sophisticated creations of technology came, villagers went about their
lives quietly and invented ways to get intimate with each other.
File photo used only for illustrative purpose: Village romance
If there is one thing our village is extremely good at, then it’s being innovative. Mobile phones were a pipe dream back then, youths of opposite s*x used very creative ways to access their objects of desire, especially when they needed to meet at night for activities that the Bible frowns upon.
Before girls retire for the night, they would tie a long sisal rope on their ankles that would extend all the way out through holes made by stray mongrels marking their territory using urine on the mud walled houses.
At night, when fathers were dead asleep, the girl’s lovers would creep into the homestead and tug on the rope. And just like that, parents woke up a month later and found their daughter throwing up like madness.
Like mobile phones, these ‘improvised village calls’ came with challenges. Sometimes the men got ‘missed calls’, that is they would tug on the ropes, but the girl would be dead asleep and never felt a thing. Sometimes, they dialled a ‘wrong number’.
Some would tug on the rope and out came the elder sister who was probably going for a pee. Sometimes, the boys ‘misdialled’. They pulled on the rope only for to hear a goat bleating!
Once in a while the girls used to get ‘spam calls’, which is when the village night runner pulled the ropes violently and bolted off, laughing his ass off like a lunatic.
The worst of it all was getting ‘blueticked’. That was after tugging the rope it got hastily pulled inside and no one came out! This was due to various reasons.
Maybe the lady heard her parents’ bed creaking and knew they were still awake and got scared of getting caught tiptoeing out.
Or maybe she could be mad at the guy for imagining she was him taking a phone number (gesturing in ways that could suggest she was directing him to which part of the house she slept) from another lady. Basically, every man yearned for a successful ‘call’.
I recall the girls at one pastor’s homestead were really famous for calls during the holiday season. They actually turned their father’s homes into a customer care call centre. Their phone booth was always ringing and they ever accepted the numerous incoming ‘calls’.
People were always visiting to make some midnight deposits. However, during the day they transformed into wingless angels.
Their father, blinded by the love he had for them, he normally praised and defended the girls more than he did Jesus.
To him those were the purest of souls, and if ever came a day when the world needed to sacrifice the untouched, to save ourselves from calamity, this man would gladly volunteer his daughters.
So the events at the pastor’s house went on for weeks until one particular day when he woke up in the middle of the night to answer a call of nature and decided to take a walk around his worn out house, for either security purposes or instructions from the witchdoctor.
As he passed the back of the house he noticed several long ropes lying on the ground.
Curious on what’s on the other end, he picked one rope and he pulled it. The lady inside assumed her date was messing with her and decided to let him have his fun.
The pulling grew intense but since she couldn’t shout for fear of being heard, the lady bit her tongue and slightly resisted the force.
This made the pastor even more motivated and he dug his heels and put all his strength on it. Suddenly there were screams and a painfully distressed foot popped out of the wall.
Shocked beyond words, the good old pastor was blessed with the agility of an antelope and was found almost a kilometer away on his knees, praying.
Amidst all the confusion, the ladies managed to safely tuck their ‘phones’ away. To date their father believes the foot of “Moses” spoke to him.
I guess it was a win-win on both sides as the ladies never got caught and the pastor’s congregation has doubled, as all people in the village flooded the church to hear about the good words the foot conveyed.
As for the ladies, they got pregnant and gave birth to kids while still living under his roof. You don’t want to know how the pastor explained it to those who were looking up to him and his daughters.
Popular Ponzi money doubling scheme, Mavrodi Mondial Movement, MMM, has come up with a stringent measure, after it appears participants are no longer willing to invest in the scheme.
The scheme in a message to its participants said to get help, they must first provide one.
In the message left on the PO of its participants, the message, “Your MAVRO are Frozen or have “unconfirmed” status so you are not able to withdraw them.
“To have your Mavro confirmed, you should provide help.”
Despite setting N31.735 maximum withdrawal limit for participants, the Mavrodi Mondial Movement, MMM, is still finding it difficult to pay those who need help.
This is coming barely a week after it reopened operations after one month freezing on accounts that generated anxiety among participants.
Upon its return also, the MMM was said to have been considering jerking up the interest rate to 40 per cent from the current 30 per cent rate, after a top guider said MMM was indeed worried that, “the excitement and inflow has rapidly dropped.”
It was gathered that the Ponzi scheme has set the said amount as maximum withdrawal limit so as to avoid crashing on return.
Checks, however, reveal that many who tried to withdraw even the set limit have been frustrated and have continued to hope on getting help. They say, errors response pops up each time they try to get help.
While some now rain insults on the management of the scheme, others say they are praying to get their monies back before the worse happens.
Some participants said in confidence that the maximum withdrawal remains the same, despite the amount of money one has invested.
On the social media, users are currently lamenting.
@goldenval wrote: “Despite over 2million there, mine is showing 31k limits.”
@suedes: “Mine is 31k Limit despite my over 800k in the account and it’s showing error if you want to get help of that 31k. I don’t know how they calculated it, the 31k is less than 5percent of my money.”
“Fedayeen02: “Who will Provide the Help undecided?”
“akpos247: “I’ve lost faith in Mmm cos I’ve been matched but wen I called the person, he said he is not going to pay. I don’t blame him cause the way things are going, I wouldn’t have paid if I was in his shoes.
“They are not consistent, they had one month to resolve the whole issues.”
@fifty: “That’s because it’s not a withdrawal limit. The programmers hv worked on P.Os to enable small cash outs for the benefit of those who have small amts.”
The lady shared her story on break_or_makeup where she talked about her ex boyfriend.
According to her, she was in a relationship with a man she loved and who loved her. One day he proposed to her but she refused.
Her one reason for refusing was that he had an old car which was so rugged that it uses wires to start. She told him to get a new car before she can marry him.
However, the man went ahead to buy a new car but then abandoned her for a new girl.
Obviously disturbed over the development, the young woman is now seeking for answers.
Below is how she told the story:
A concerned Nigerian, self-styled Activa, has listed some 10 reasons why the notorious money-spinning scheme, Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox will soon be history.
Since the return of MMM on the 13th of January, 2016 more Nigerians have continued to voice out their views against the financial social network which has been dubbed fraudulent both in Nigeria and abroad.
Read a couple of reasons why MMM may never stand the test of time:
1. The scheme is a pyramid or ponzi scheme and all of them ALWAYS die. No exceptions.
2. Why do they ALWAYS die? Because the scheme stands on nothing and it’s NOT a business. It’s simply a way to lure greedy people out together with their money, reward the early joiners while the later joiners or those at the bottom of the pyramid weep and gnash their teeth.
3. Because the scheme is not a business, they simply share members’ contributions among themselves. The total funds cannot and doesn’t increase.
4. In the case of MMM Nigeria, the scheme has shared the monies of later joiners to other people. Predictably, no sensible person is willing to PH again.
5. There’s no central accounts and there’s NO way to know how liquid the scheme is.
6. There’s is no central office and there is NO one to hold for the loss of investment.
7. MMM Nigeria couldn’t cope with the anticipated withdrawals of December 2016. They simply shut down the system and promised to be back in a bigger and better way in January 2017.
8. Now they are back. You call that back? Really? Bigger? Better? Whoever believes this must believe that February has 31 days. Rather than pay everyone trying to GH, they’ve embarked on decisions that show CLEAR signs of distress.
9. Wake up Mavrodians. MMM Nigeria is in the throes of death. There is no enough money being provided by anybody to meet the GH requests. Those who were paid won’t be foolish enough to put in the money again.
10. MMM is only back to milk more people. The scheme will soon finally and totally kick the bucket. Milking More Mugus (MMM).
A Lagos welder has shocked people with his dastardly acts after killing his own friend over a rather trivial issue.
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A 27-year-old welder, Sunday Hycenth, has been arrested by the Lagos State Police Command for allegedly killing his friend, Onwe Ozoemelem, in the FESTAC Town area of the state.
According to Punch Metro, it was learnt that Hycenth and 26-year-old Ozoemelem had engaged in fisticuffs over a N500 dog meat bought by a resident.
The suspect was alleged to have hit the victim with fist blows on the chest, after which he slumped and was rushed to a hospital, where he died.
Hycenth was subsequently arrested by policemen from the FESTAC division before the case was transferred to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Yaba.
Punch Metro reports that while Hycenth hails from the Ezzamgbo area of Ebonyi State, the late Ozoemelem was born in the Ezza North area of the same state.
The suspect said he worked as a welder around the Waterside area of FESTAC.
He said on December 30, 2016, when the incident happened, he was revelling with his friends when a man bought the dog meat for them.
He said, “The man that bought the meat for us is like a big brother . We started sharing it in the order of seniority. The meat had gone round and it remained two pieces for me and the deceased. He suddenly picked the two and ate them. He then dropped the plate.
“I challenged him for eating the meat and he said the man that bought it didn’t say I must also eat from it. I told him if he needed to eat meat that badly he should have gone back to his village and that was how the fight started.”
He explained that after some minutes of wrestle, they were separated.
The suspect claimed that he later went inside his room to drink water and change his clothes.
Hycenth said a few minutes afterwards, the victim began groaning with pain and complained of chest pains, adding that he was among those that rushed him to a hospital in the area.
Hycenth denied responsibility for the death of his friend.
“I didn’t punch him or use any object to hit him. It was just a normal fight and he was on top of me when we were separated. He told me he did not smoke because he had a chest pain that had been disturbing him for some time. I didn’t kill him,” he added.
It was gathered that the police were awaiting the result of the autopsy conducted on the corpse.
Punch Metro reports that the families of the victim and suspect were making plans to bury Ozoemelem in Ebonyi.
Hycenth was on Thursday arraigned before an Ebute-Meta Magistrate’s Court on one count of murder.
The charge read, “That you, Sunday Hycenth, on December 30, 2016, at about 4pm, at FESTAC Link Bridge, Waterside, FESTAC, Lagos, in the Lagos Magisterial District, did kill one Onwe Ozoemelem, by hitting his chest with fist blows, thereby committing an offence punishable under Section 221 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, Nigeria, 2011.”
His plea was not taken for the charge.
The Police Prosecutor, Inspector Julius Babatope, asked that the defendant be kept in prison pending the release of legal advice from the Directorate of Public Prosecutions.
But the defence counsel, A.A. Onyiuke, urged the court to look into the facts of the case, saying the charge brought by the police was not appropriate.
The Magistrate, Mrs. M.O. Olajuwon, after perusing the case file, said the charge brought by the police was wrong.
She said, “Both of them were fighting when one of them fell and died. So, it is not murder, but manslaughter. I am going to grant him bail pending the release of legal advice.”
She subsequently gave the suspect bail in the sum of N500,000 with two sureties each in like sum.
Olajuwon adjourned the matter to February 6, 2017, for legal advice.
Siblings can have different fathers; can twins born of a woman have two fathers? The straight answer is yes. Twins could be “bipaternal.” This phenomenon occurs quite rarely (1 in a billion to be exact), but several pairs of non-identical twins have been born, tested and found to be the products of one womb, one pregnancy, but two fathers.
It is often assumed that for twins, both eggs were fertilized during a single act of intercourse. However it is quite possible for one egg to be fertilized during one act of intercourse, and the other during another if the woman has intercourse with two men within hours.
Normally, women ovulate only one healthy egg per cycle. Fraternal twins are born when women ovulate two healthy eggs and both get fertilised. But it is also possible for two eggs to be ovulated during the same cycle and fertilised at different points within the five-day fertility window resulting in twins. This process is known as “superfecundation”.
What this means is that each egg can be fertilised by different sperms. If a woman ovulates two or more eggs and she has sex with more than one man while she’s fertile, “heteropaternal superfecundation” can occur, if the eggs get fertilised by sperm from the two different fathers within the same ovulation period. Medical research shows that when a woman has s*x with two men within the same ovulation window, it can result in bi-paternal twins, that come when a woman releases two eggs during ovulation instead of one — and both eggs are then fertilized. With bi-paternal twins, each egg is fertilized by a different man’s sperm.
A woman’s eggs can live up to 24 hours in her reproductive system. Sperm, on the other hand, can live up to five days in the woman’s body. So it is possible that a fertile woman could have s*x with one man and have sex with a different man another time within the 24 hour period — and then when her eggs are released, the two men’s sperm living inside her could each fertilize an egg.
Marcus and Lucas are twins with two different fathers. They are one of only three known sets of twins in the world who are genetic half-brothers. Their mother Charlotte became pregnant when she slept with ex-husband Michael and new boyfriend Tommy within 48 hours. Nine months later she gave birth to twins Marcus and Lucas, who are genetic half-brothers because they were fathered by both men.
Marcus was fathered by Michael and Lucas by Tommy. Charlotte, who already had two sons by Michael Nielsen, divorced him in August 2004. She began dating Tommy even as Michael still hoped to get back together with her and in the heat of the moment they ended up in bed together. Charlotte kept quiet about the incident with Michael which was a one-off and went to bed with Tommy.
She later discovered she was pregnant with twins and decided to inform both men either could be father of the twins. Marcus and Lucas were just a couple of weeks old when it was discovered they didn’t look alike. Tommy and Michael took a DNA test to find out for certain that the boys had different fathers. The test proved the twins did indeed have different fathers. It stated: “The results do not imply that the children Lucas Hilbrandt Nielsen and Marcus Hilbrandt Nielsen have the same biological father. The probability of this preclusion exceeds 99.99 per cent.”
Similar cases of bi-paternal twins have popped up over time. In May 2015, a case in New Jersey made news when a court ruled that a father did not have to pay child support for a second twin because DNA evidence showed that he was a father to only one. The mother gave birth to twin girls and named a romantic partner, as the father of both children when applying for public assistance. But after she admitted that she had sex with another unidentified man within a week of having had sex with the bonafide partner, a DNA test was ordered.
The test results confirmed both men fathered each of the girls. CNN also reported fraternal twins in Vietnam found to have different fathers in an “extremely rare” case that came to light through a DNA test. They had their DNA tested at the Centre for Genetic Analysis and Technology in Hanoi because family members had been vocal about notable differences in the children’s appearance. There are rare cases in which a woman may ovulate more than once during her cycle, meaning that two eggs would be released at different times.
There are less than 10 known cases of twins with different fathers in the world. Fraternal twins make up about 2 percent of pregnancies and bi-paternal twins are a fraction of them. But twins, who don’t look alike, do not necessarily have separate fathers. Twins who have the same father can look completely different and may even appear to be of different races. Less than one (0.001) per cent of fraternal twins are from different fathers.
According to Dr. Virginia Beckett of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, if a woman is going to sleep with more than one partner at the same time it is perfectly feasible that if she has twins they could have different fathers.
“In this case these twins were conceived at the same time even though the mother did not have sex with the fathers at the same time. The sperm from the first man would have been in her fallopian tube, where it is effective for three to four days. Then she had sex with the second man and released two eggs.
The eggs, which live for 24 hours, were fertilised by different sperm from the different men. The science is easily explained, but it may have been less easy for the mother to explain.
– Via Vanguard