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Heartless Madam Injures Househelp Over Palp (VIDEO)

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Of recent in Nigeria, madams battering their housemaids has become a trend. The more this evil keeping propagating, the more exposed the women who are heartless towards their maids will be. Another video has surfaced on social media showing a househelp who ran for her dear life after her madam allegedly used a shoe to hit her head and in the process inflicted injuries on the young girl.

In the video below, she could be seen bleeding on her lips. It is not yet certain that the case has been reported to the police. You can watch the video

Ike Ani is a Freelance writer whose quest constantly is to relate happenings around the world to human daily living. He's also a song writer and singer, Acoustic Guitarist, and Teacher.

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Zenith Bank Dragged By Twitter User Over N500 Stamp Duty Charges

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In Nigeria, unexplainable bank charge debit alerts are messages Nigerians have gotten used to but this time, a twitter user has gotten enough of it and decided to tag both Zenith Bank and Central Bank to a tweet which served as a means of expressing his displeasure.

This twitter user dragged Zenith Bank out to have them explain the meaning of the debit he received from them of recent.

Below is the tweet as seen on twitter :

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MPAPE BANK ROBBERY: How First Bank Staff Larry Ehizo Helped Robbers

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After interrogations by the Nigerian Police based in Abuja as regards the Mpape Bank robbery, Elijah David, a robbery suspect, confessed that Larry Ehizo, an employee of First Bank of Nigeria, Mpape area of Abuja, led his gang to rob the bank.

According to reports, three members of the gang were arrested by the police on Saturday after they got trapped in the bank by security agents. One of them was shot dead as he made attempts to escape.

Upon getting signals about the ongoing robbery on Saturday, a team of police officers and soldiers laid siege to the bank, scuttling the operation.

The robbery suspects speaking when they were paraded by the police on Tuesday, David the gang leader said Larry Ehizo informed him and his gang that they could get as much as N7 million from the failed heist.

“Ehizo told us that the job could fetch about N7m. After we entered the bank, we saw a riot policeman on duty but sleeping, so Obinna pointed a pistol at him and we tied him with an old sponge,” he said.

“Mr Larry told us that he would keep the other door open for us. So, Larry and Obinna later went upstairs with a pair of pliers to disconnect the CCTV.

“On our way out, Larry suddenly shouted, ‘Ah, the MOPOL has escaped’; then, I ran inside and all of us scattered. I didn’t know what to do. Then the police began firing teargas into the premises.”

On his part of account, Princewill Obinna, another suspect, said the banker told them that the robbery would not take more than 15 minutes.

“Mr Larry told us there that there was a deal he wanted us to execute and that it would not take more than 10 to 15 minutes,” he said.

“He said the bank would not operate on Saturdays and that if we could come around, he would help us to get the money out.”

At the moment, the banker Larry Ehizo said he was blackmailed into the robbery by one Ernest, a customer of the bank.

WHO IS ERNEST?

“Ernest is a customer of the bank and that is where we got to know each other, because I work in the customer service unit of the bank,” he said.

“There is a place I used to drink, that’s where he works as a barman. He told me to tell the gang members how to get inside, show them where the CCTV was and that I should show them where the police officer on duty would be.

“When we drove into the bank, he even called me, because he was across the bank. He said I should just do as agreed and out of fear, I said yes.”

Bala Ciroma, FCT police commissioner, in his official response to the whole sad occurence said four locally-made guns, one Peugeot 206, two cutlasses, two daggers, one axe, a pair of pliers and one Infinix Note phone were recovered from the suspects.

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Naira Marley’s ‘Tesumole’ Gets Played In Church (VIDEO)

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In a seemingly shocking video making rounds on social media, a church full of youths in white garments were seen dancing profusely to a lead singer who was singing and playing the keyboard 🎹 at the same time as he gave a personal rendition of Naira Marley’s Tesumole.

The choir members could be heard cheering the lead singer massvely while they too danced alongside the happy church members who were seen giving their best Gbese grooving to the ‘Tesumole’ song.

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