Whitney Houston’s Daughter Bobbi Kristina Dead at 22

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Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s daughter Bobbi
Kristina has died at the age of 22. She passed away
outside Atlanta in the hospice care facility where she’s
been since June 24 … when her family decided to take
her off all meds. As we first reported, a specialist had
told them there was no chance of recovery. The family
says Bobbi Kristina was surrounded by family and, “She
is finally at peace in the arms of God.” Bobbi Kristina
was found submerged in her bathtub on January 31,
and police believe she was underwater for anywhere
between 2 and 5 minutes. Paramedics were able to
resuscitate her, but she was in a medically induced
coma and placed on life support. Ultimately, Pat
Houston and Bobby — co-guardians for Bobbi Kristina —
had to make the decision to withdraw medications. It
was a rare moment of agreement for the Browns and
Houstons … who had battled about BK’s
condition throughout her hospitalization. TMZ broke the
story … the D.A. has been gearing up for a murder
case, and her boyfriend Nick Gordon would be their first
person of interest. Police said there were bruises on
Bobbi Kristina’s face and body after Gordon and a
friend, Max Lomas, found her in the tub. Of course,
Whitney died from a drug overdose in 2012 while sitting
in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Popular police and EFCC informant, Alhaji Gay, murdered (graphic)

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Alhaji Gay is the number one trending topic in Nigeria
right now. His real name is Razak Adetunji Alaso and
before today, I’d never heard of him but apparently, he’s
popular within ‘Yahoo Yahoo’ circle in Lagos. They say
he was very popular for tracking ‘Yahoo’ boys for the
police and EFCC. Some say he was an EFCC/police
imposter.
He was killed yesterday at Agbado Ijaiye, in Lagos.
People in the know say there have been many attempts
on his life – he’s been stabbed and shot before but he
survived. Guess the people after him succeeded this
time. Sad! May his soul rest in peace, amen. See a
photo of his body after the cut *graphic photo – be
warned*

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By Fire, By Force Suspected cultists murder Islamic cleric for refusing to buy them ‘Igbo’

A Muslim cleric has been killed by suspected cultists.

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A 25-year-old Islamic cleric, Alfa Rahmon Alabi, has
been reportedly murdered in strange circumstances
» by hoodlums suspected to be cultists » because he
refused to buy Indian Hemp (Igbo), for them.
The incident which happened on Thursday, July 9, at
the Ayobo area of Lagos State, has thrown the
community into a frenzy and apprehension.
It was gathered that the Iseyin, Oyo State indigene,
was on his way to the Mosque to conduct the Tahajjud
(Night Prayer), when the hoodlums accosted him and
requested he bought marijuana for them, but he
refused, saying doing such against his Islamic faith,
abusing them in the process.
The apparently ‘stoned’ hoodlums reportedly became
angry and attacked him and in the process, stabbed
him with knives and bottles after dispossessing him of
his phones and money.
One of Alfa Rahmon’s friends narrated how the ugly
incident happened:
“Alfa was very popular around here and we all loved
him. He had nothing to do with cultism. In fact, he
served as the Muezzin (Islamic faithful who calls for
prayers), and also woke people up with songs every
morning for the Sahur, preparatory to the fasting.
On Thursday night, he said he was going for prayer.
When he got to Kaka Junction, the cult members
stopped him and told him to buy hemp for them.
He refused and said he was on his way to the mosque
for a prayer. He showed them his Quran as a proof.
Then the cultists said if he knew what was good for
him, he would buy the hemp because they were Eiye
members (cultists).
He replied them and said, ‘The Eiye (birds) I know, do
not live with humans, they stay in the forest’. They
became angry that he had the boldness to reply them.
They then collected his phones and stabbed him.”
A community leader, Demola Olota, said four of the six
cult members that perpetrated the crime had been
arrested by the police.

In Adamawa How Yola suicide bombers staged a fight before detonation

Police said the bombers, who had explosives strapped
to their bodies, pretended to be fighting inside the
market, and detonated the bomb after onlookers
gathered around them.

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Police said on Friday, June 5, that the two suicide
bombers who killed no fewer than 31 persons and left
38 injured at the populated Jimeta market in Yola
yesterday, faked a fight to draw people closer.
A police spokesman in the zone, Othman Abubakar ,
said the bombers, who had explosives strapped to their
bodies, entered the Jimeta Main Market after sundown
on Thursday and “pretended to be fighting.”
“The staged fight between the two men attracted the
attention of people nearby to see what was happening,”
Abubakar told AFP.
“When people had gathered they detonated their
explosives. They killed a sizeable number of people,” he
added.
It is believed that the dangerous sect, Boko Haram is
behind the attack, as the militants have launched series
of back-to-back attacks in the northern zones since the
inauguration of President Muhammadu Buhari on May
29.
The Yola attack came hours after a suspected suicide
bombing at a checkpoint outside a military barracks in
Maiduguri, the capital of neighbouring Borno state that
killed four people.

In Kogi Commissioner, High Court Judge kidnapped!

Justice Christopher Olorunyomi of the State High Court
was also abducted in the same area on May 27 and he
is yet to be found.

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Gunmen, numbering six, have kidnapped the Kogi State
Commissioner for Lands and Housing, Stephen Maiyaki .
NAN reports that Maiyaki was kidnapped at about 8.30
a.m. on Sunday, May 31, in his farm at Osara in Adavi
Local Government Area of the state.
The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Shola
Adebayo, confirmed the incident, but said details will be
provided later.
However, Justice Christopher Olorunyomi of the State
High Court was also abducted in the same area on May
27 and he is yet to be found.
His abductors are said to be demanding N150 million in
exchange for his release.

Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Man, wife, 8 others die in fatal auto crash

Report says seven of them died on the spot while four
others were rushed to the Trauma Centre in Ondo town
but three others later died.

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A pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God
(RCCG), his wife and eight other members of the
church have died in a fatal auto crash that occurred on
the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway to Ondo town.
The victims, a Zonal Pastor in Ondo Province 2, Dominic
Folorunso Akinseye , 52; his wife, Beatrice; and Pastor
Festus Akinsoyinu Fadakinte , were staff of the Adeyemi
College of Education, Ondo while the seven other
passengers in the bus were members of the church.
They were returning from the monthly camp meeting of
the Church.
Report says seven of them died on the spot while four
others were rushed to the Trauma Centre in Ondo town
but three others later died.
Other members of the church, who were also returning
to their states after the programme were said to have
made efforts to free the crushed bodies of the victims
from under the stationary vehicle their bus reportedly
rammed into in Kajola village near Ore.
The Akinseyes have been buried in their residence
located at No 3 Adebusoye Street, Ayeyemi, Ondo.

Boko Haram ‘Terrorists always knew when soldiers were coming,’ freed captive says

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Teenager, Zahra Umoru said that the terrorists
always knew when the soldiers were advancing
on them and had enough time to flee with their
captives before the troops arrived.

According to a captive recently freed from Boko
Haram, the terrorist group usually had inside
information on the operations of the Nigerian
Army.
Teenager, Zahra Umoru said that the terrorists
always knew when the soldiers were advancing
on them and had enough time to flee with their
captives before the troops arrived.
“When they captured us, we were taken to a
house in Gwoza. When they heard soldiers were
in Madagali, they took us to Peta where we lived
under trees,” Umoru told The Cable at Malkohi, a
camp for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in
Yola, Adamawa state.
“We don’t know how Boko Haram gets its
information, but they always know when the
soldiers are coming. If there’s something like
that, they just tell us to pack our things and run.
The night we left Gwoza, we just finished
cooking, but we were not allowed to eat the
food; we were just packed and left,” she added.
Nigerian soldiers have rescued almost 1000
women and children after an operation in
Sambisa Forest, a notorious Boko Haram
stronghold.