A woman said to be mentally challenged gave birth in front of the Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS) Awka on Wednesday, April 6.
It was gathered that staff of ABS came to work in the morning to see her in the delivery process and they helped to deliver the baby girl weighing 3.2 kg.
The woman was described as a resident of the area because she sleeps and wakes up at the bus stand in front of ABS on a daily basis.
All efforts by staff of the establishment to ascertain where she came from proved abortive as she often became violent whenever she is approached.
A staff of ABS, Mrs Eucharia Nwachukwu who helped in the delivery process said she was alerted and immediately rushed to the bus stand only to discover that the lady had put to bed with the help of some women but joined them to help her deliver the placenta.
The Chief Medical Director Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu Teaching Hospital, Amaku Awka, Dr Josephat Akabuike explained that he received a call from a staff of ABS, alerting him of the development and he immediately detailed his nurses to the scene.
Dr Akabuike added that the new mother is presently in their custody but wondered how long she will stay in the hospital since no one knows her identity.
The lady in question who gave her name as Hope Eze, claimed she hails from Cote d’Voir while her mother is from Imo state.
She claimed not be aware that she was pregnant until she started having contractions.
Hope told ABS that she was lured by woman who promised to take her abroad but she later discovered the said lady is a prostitute.
AFCON qualifier: Super Eagles get Mauritius as new opponent
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The Super Eagles will now play Mauritius in the qualifiers of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) following the disqualification of São Tomé and Principe.
The Eagles were drawn in Group A of the qualifiers alongside Guinea-Bissau, Sao Tome and Principe and Sierra Leone.
However, Mauritius replaced Sao Tome and Principe after winning an appeal.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) disqualified São Tomé and Principe, from the qualifiers for fielding an ineligible player against Mauritius during their preliminary round fixture.
Two teams from the group will qualify for the 2023 AFCON to be hosted by Côte d’Ivoire.
The first time Côte d’Ivoire hosted the AFCON was in 1984 which was won by Cameroon.
Blasphemy: 34 Lawyers Arrive Court To Defend Suspected Murderers Of Deborah Samuel
At least 34 lawyers have indicated interest to defend suspected killers of Deborah Samuel, a 200-Level student of Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto, who was lynched by a mob on May 12 over alleged blasphemy.
The lawyers were at the Sokoto Chief Magistrate’s Court on Monday, May 16, to defend the suspects identified as Bilyaminu Aliyu and Aminu Hukunci.
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According to reports, the suspects pleaded not guilty to the crime and the trial judge (name withheld for security reasons) ordered them to be remanded at a correctional center.
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This case has caused an uproar on social media as many cry out for justice for the 200 level student. Deborah has been buried in her hometown, Niger State and her parents revealed that she was the second child of seven children.
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DSS arrests alleged notorious land-grabber terrorising Ogun community
Crack operatives of the Department of State Service (DSS), Ogun State Command, have arrested a notorious land-grabber allegedly terrorising Ota community in Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area of the state.
The suspect, Elijah Adeogun aka Killer, was arrested at about 2.25 am on Monday, May 16, at Araromi Estate, Iyesi, Ota, following a petition written by the Adelupo Family of Ipetu Baba Ode via Iju-Ota.
According to Nigerian Tribune, the petition contained an allegation that Adeogun was responsible for the gruesome murder of one Monday Eredua on 17th November 2021, over a land matter in connivance with six others.
It was further learnt that a tactical team of the service conducted a special operation which led to Adeogun’s arrest alongside one Oyelekan Okunade.
The 40-year-old suspect, who had been on the watchlist of various security agencies in the state, was also reported to have allegedly masterminded the killing of one Moruf Babalola, on the 26th of May, 2021, in the same community, while his remains were thrown into a canal.
The suspect would be handed over to the Police for further investigation.