The Independent Electoral Commission  (INEC) has declared the just concluded gubernatorial elections in Osun state inconclusive due to issues arising in some Local governments and wards. Issues such as disruption, over voting and malfunctioning of SCR.. This according to INEC has affected the final results of the elections.
INEC has ordered a re-run election to take place in the affected areas on Thursday, 27th September, 2018.
The margin of votes between the two leading candidated of the All Progressives Congress, Gboyega Oyetola and the candidate of  People's Democratic Party, Senator Ademola Adeleke is 353, which is lower than the number of registered voters in  affected areas.

Nigerian cross dresser, Bobrisky who few days ago called out Big Brother Naija star, Nina for reportedly being ungrateful, has threatened to beat up the reality show star.

According to Bobrisky who bragged about growing up in Mushin area of Lagos, he will also make sure he strips Nina naked in the fight. Listen to the audio message which has gone viral already on social media below; 

A 54-year-old driver of the chairman of an outsourcing firm located on Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos State, is in trouble after a sex worker allegedly fled with his boss’ Kia Sorento sports utility vehicle valued at N5.4m.

The prostitute, identified only as Nina, reportedly fled with the vehicle at a filling station in Ikoyi immediately the driver, Victor Dossa, came down to fuel it.

Saturday PUNCH learnt that Dossa, who lives on Ikoyi Crescent, usually took the vehicle to his house after taking his boss home at the close of work.

It was gathered that Dossa drove the vehicle to Obalende around 11pm to convey Nina to his house, perhaps to have fun together overnight.

Our correspondent learnt that as they were returning home, Nina drove the vehicle and suggested that they stopped at a nearby filling station to buy fuel.

While Dossa came down from the vehicle to monitor how the fuel being bought was being dispensed, Nina zoomed off.

The case was said to have been reported to the police at the Onikan Police Division and the driver was arrested.


Dossa, who hails from Benin Republic, reportedly told the police that he first met Nina in the Obalende area a week before the incident.

He said, “I was brought to Nigeria in 2004 by the company chairman. I work with him as a driver in charge of the Kia Sorento SUV with the number plate, BDG 644 BJ. Whenever I closed from work, I parked the vehicle in my house. The following day, I would go and pick my boss from his house to the office.

“My boss did not come to the office on August 17, 2018, so the vehicle was in my house throughout. Around 11pm, I drove it to Obalende to pick a sex worker whom I met a week earlier. I only know her as Nina.

“On our way back to my house, she drove the vehicle while I was at the front passenger seat. She stopped at a filling station along Awolowo Road to buy fuel. She gave money to pay for the fuel. The moment I came down from the vehicle, she zoomed off. I don’t know how to locate her. I don’t know any of her friends either.”

Dossa was subsequently brought before an Igbosere Magistrate’s Court by a police prosecutor, Sergeant Francisca Job, on two counts of conspiracy and stealing.

The charges read, “That you, Victor Dossa and one other at large, on August 17, 2018, around 11pm, along Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, in the Eti-Osa Local Government Area, within the Lagos Magisterial District, did conspire to commit felony, to wit, stealing, thereby committing an offence punishable under Section 411 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, Nigeria, 2015.”


The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charges and elected to summary trial.

He was granted bail by the presiding magistrate, Y.O. Aro-Lambo, in the sum of N1m with two sureties in like sum.


The case was adjourned till September 26, 2018 for mention.

Tragedy struck on Friday when a tenant, identified as Orobosa, allegedly stabbed his neighbour to death on Ekiosa Street, in the Ikpoba-Okha Local Government Area of Edo State.

The suspect was said to have had an argument with the deceased, one Okereke Chinonso, over the use of a bathroom in the building located around the Second-East Circular Road in Benin.

The Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Chidi Nwabuzor, confirmed the incident, adding that the suspect had been arrested.

Nwabuzor also stated that the command had launched an investigation into the matter.

It was learnt that trouble started when the wife of the deceased, Martha, wanted to take her bath in one of the bathrooms but was told by the suspect to use the one with a faulty door.

The victim was said to have confronted Orobosa, asking him why he prevented his wife from using the bathroom.

It was gathered that an argument ensued between the two after which the suspect allegedly hit the victim in the head with a wooden object and later stabbed him. Okereke was said to have been taken to a hospital in a wheelbarrow but was confirmed dead on arrival.

It further learnt that some youths in the area mobilised to the building and attempted to set it ablaze before they were prevented by some policemen.


Other tenants in the building were also said to have fled to avoid being caught up in the pandemonium.

A resident in the neighbourhood, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that the suspect was a Libya returnee.

“But the woman (Martha) decided to use the other bathroom because his (deceased) landlord had yet to fix theirs and, as I speak, they do not even have a toilet,” the source added.

The widow said that the suspect, who was also the caretaker, chased her husband into their apartment and stabbed him repeatedly with a knife. Martha explained, “He (suspect) said my husband and I  should not use the bathroom again. My husband came back and saw that I had not taken my bath and went to ask the caretaker.

“But the caretaker started shouting that he had been warning my husband. As he was shouting, he used a mortar to hit my husband’s head.


“He brought out a knife and my husband ran away. But he chased my husband to our room and stabbed him in the chest.”
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