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Property developer imprisoned for 2,670 years for N25m scam

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A property designer, Alhaji Ayobami Oseni, has been condemned to 2,670 years detainment by an Ebute-Meta Chief Magistrates’ Court for cheating 133 convenience searchers of N25 million.

Boss Magistrate O. O. Olatunji indicted Oseni after he conceded to 267 tallies of connivance, getting under falsifications and taking.

He got 10 years detainment on every one of the 267 checks without a choice of fine. The sentences, which are to run simultaneously, produce results from April 26, a year ago when Oseni was remanded in jail care after the denial of his safeguard.

The convict additionally relinquished his working to the Lagos State Government, which the court requested to offer it, and offer the returns among the 133 casualties.

At the point when his trial started on February 27, 2013, indicting counsel Abraham Fadipe, an Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), depicted him as the designer of a one-story working at 3, Church Close, Ajao Estate, Lagos.

He said the building contained four small scale pads and two independent flats. As indicated by Fadipe, Oseni acted like a landowner and raised opening signs around Ajao Estate while the building was under development.

He got rents, organization and assention charges going from N160,000 to N300,000 and totalling N25m from no less than 133 convenience searchers on the appearance that every one of them would get a loft in the building.

The arraignment called five witnesses, four of whom affirmed that when they touched base at the property to collect, it was at that point possessed. The planned inhabitants requested of the Lagos State Real Estate Transaction Department (LASRETRAD).

At the point when Fadipe asked him for what good reason he got cash from such a large number of individuals, Oseni stated: “As a developer, one must not reject money.”

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Nigerian Army saves Boko Haram Captives, Burns Boko Haram food too

Additionally, freshly harvested food items were discovered and burnt in situ.

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The Nigerian Army through their social media handle shared latest photos of the successful rescue mission carried out by the force on Boko Haram.

Nigerian Army in rescue

Nigerian Army in rescue

The Nigerian Army has been in constant seige against Boko Haram for more than 5 years. Efforts made to reclaim lands seized by the terrorist gruop have been positive.

Rescued women and children

Rescued women and children

Nigerian Army posted:

Troops of 82 Division, Task Force Battalion Ngoshe, in conjunction with members of Civilian JTF conducted a clearance Operation to Agapaluwa in Borno State.

The gallant troops came in contact with the terrorists and neutralised 2 of them. However, the other terrorists fled in the face of superior fire power from own troops. During the operation, 6 females and 10 children who were held captive were rescued.

Additionally, freshly harvested food items were discovered and burnt in situ. Pictures are attached.

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Tweet Screenshot

Good news to rescue victims of Boko Haram group.

Why do you think the Nigerian Army burnt the Boko Haram food ?

In my own point of view, there is no genuine reason to destroy the resources that would have been of benefit to those victims.

 

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Unbelievable!!! Japanese man gets married to a hologram

Family members neither attended the wedding nor approve of the marriage, especially Kondo’s mum.

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It’s trending online, the marital engagement of a Japanese man to a hologram. The Japanese man identified as Akihiko Kondo went against all odds to marry a hologram named Hatsune Miku, .

Holograms in brief are 3D electronically generated images in light form, so you can only see and not feel. But that didn’t hinder Kondo’s passion for his virtual wife, Hatsune Miku. Family members neither attended the wedding nor approve of the marriage, especially Kondo’s mum.

“For mother, it wasn’t something to celebrate,” said the 35-year-old, whose “bride” is a virtual reality singer named Hatsune Miku – Kondo.

When a man falls in love, whether it’s the right fall or wrong fall, it depends on whom he falls to. Kondo spent $17,600 on the wedding ceremony of virtually 16-year-old Miku. About 40 guests watched as he tied the knot with Miku who was in the form of a cat-sized stuffed doll for reality sake.

Miko laying on Kondo’s bed.

“I never cheated on her, I’ve always been in love with Miku-san,” Kondo said.

“I’ve been thinking about her every day,” he said a week after the wedding.

He’s living with talking hologram Miku who stays in a $2,800 desktop device.

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Graduated from Ransome Kuti 30 years ago and their reunion is epic

The 30-years-old graduates made memories together, demonstrating what school was like for them. They chanted the school anthem and showed the present students something to look up to. 

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Graduates of Ransome Kuti Memorial Grammar School, a popular Secondary school in Lagos celebrated their reunion in an epic style. Bringing to live the old-times memories.

They dressed up in the school’s red checker uniform to mark the moment and its epic.  It brings back those golden memories when you reunite with classmates after a very long time. Reunions strengthens the bond between current students and students who have graduated from a school.

The 30-years-old graduates made memories together, demonstrating what school was like for them. They chanted the school anthem and showed the present students something to look up to.

Pictures of Students celebrating a reunion after 30 years of graduating from Ransome Kuti

Graduates of Ransome Kuti Memorial Grammar School, Moshalasi, Mushin

Graduates of Ransome Kuti Memorial Grammar School, Moshalasi, Mushin

 

Graduates of Ransome Kuti Memorial Grammar School, Moshalasi, Mushin

Graduates of Ransome Kuti Memorial Grammar School, Moshalasi, Mushin

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