A 21-year-old apprentice mechanic in Asaba, Delta state, on Wednesday night, slumped and died after a marathon sexual intercourse with a food vendor.

It was gathered that the mechanic,a native of Nkpor in Anambra state, was expelled in form three in one the secondary schools in the area for his alleged involvement in cult-related activities.

Investigations revealed that the deceased, identified as Ifeanyi Okonkwo, allegedly known for smoking Indian hemp, on the fateful night, wooed the food vendor, 18-year-old SS1 student of a secondary school (name withheld) for sex after reportedly “spoiling” her with N10,000, penultimate Wednesday, into the workshop during night fall.

Sources said Ifeanyi, have been involved in litany of scandals in his place of work as apprentice including alleged randy activities, especially with young girls.

Insiders stated that this had also earned him three suspensions from his master, who had severely been embarrassed by the hue and cry of parents of his female lovers.

Speaking to DAILY POST, the victim’s boss, Emeka Iheanchor said, “We had closed from the workshop when somebody called me at about 9:30pm that tragedy broke out in my workshop that Ifeanyi slumped dead after a sexual intercourse with a food vendor.

I was shocked, and I immediately moved to the workshop, and on getting there, I saw Ifeanyi lying dead on the ground, and some people gathered at the scene, including policemen.

We later took the corpse to FMC mortuary where he is currently deposited”.

Policemen, who spoke to DAILY POST at the scene on condition of anonymity, said “We met the boy lying dead on the ground with his mouth foaming, we arrested the girl on the spot, and took the corpse to FMC mortuary for further investigation, we are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of the mechanic”.

A colleague of the late Ifeanyi, (name withheld), told DAILY POST that, “Ifeanyi told me that he was going to use the girl, he gave her N10,000 in my presence, the girl used to sell food for us in wheel Barrow, Ifeanyi too like women (sic).

I was peeping them that night when he was making love to the girl on the long motor seat, the girl was screaming, I was smoking, we used to smoke together during night fall in our workshop, suddenly I did not hear noise again, I knew something has happened, I ran away from the scene”.

The mechanic workshop located around Nitel along Abraka-Asaba road, investigation revealed, is beehive of Indian hemp smoking at night, and in most times, the mechanics-turned-hoodlums attack unsuspecting passersby and dispossessed them of their handsets, including cash.

Meanwhile, pedestrians on Atuma Iga road, Oshimili North local Government Area of Delta state have appealed to the state Police command, and other security agencies to come to their aid following the continued attack on them by the rampaging hoodlums in the area.

Following reliable information received from some well-meaning Nigerians during Anti-Illegal Bunkering and Anti-Pipeline Vandalism patrol, troops of 81 Division Nigerian Army, in conjunction with Department of State Security, Inspector General of Police Task Force Team, Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corp, Federal Road Safety Corp and Lagos neighborhood Safety Corps swooped on suspected pipeline vandals at Magboro in Ogun State along Lagos/Ibadan Expressway on 16th May, 2018.

It was gathered that, during the hours of darkness, these vandals break open petroleum pipelines to steal refined Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) fill up hundreds of jerricans with the products and convey them to their marketing outlets in several, trucks, trailers, buses, cars and vans.

On sighting the troops approaching the said location, the armed vandals fired sporadically before abandoning their vehicles loaded with the refined Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) and some empty jerry cans and fled to avoid being arrested. Notwithstanding, the troops arrested 12 suspected vandals during a Cordon and Search Operation conducted around the vicinity.

A total of 24 vehicles comprising of 3 long-trailer trucks, 9 buses, 8 Space Wagons, 1 Hilux van, 3 Salon cars and 4 motorcycles abandoned by the vandals were recovered. Other items recovered include 166 50-litre Jerry cans loaded with refined PMS, 130 empty 50-litres jerry cans, appropriately 8,300 litres of refined PMS. However, while recovering them, one of the vehicles caught fire and was completely razed.

In yet another development, on 8th May 2018, troops received report of cult-related clashes at Reshe in Ikorodu Central Area. On arrival, troops met a chaotic scene where 7 vehicles were vandalized, properties destroyed and some law-abiding citizens injured.

On intervention by the troops, 7 suspected cultists most of whom were of the EIYE Confraternity were arrested. Items recovered from them include: 7 mobile phones, 3 ATM cards, 1 ID card, 8 belts, 1 wallet, 4 rings, 3 wrist watches, black substance suspected to be charms and the sum of N13,080.

Additionally, during another Cordon and Search operation conducted at Odokekere general area of Ikorodu, 4 suspected cultists were arrested.




The suspected cultists were among those who escaped from the raid carried out on 16 of April 2018 at Eginrin Depression area of Ikorodu during the initiation ceremony. Items recovered include 1 Itel Phone and a brown belt.

In another Anti-Illegal Bunkering op, troops of 81 Division raided another location where suspected vandals were carrying out their sabotage activities along NNPC pipeline at Akute. The vandals concealed their vehicles with refined oil products and fled on arrival of the troops. 5 suspected vandals were arrested at the scene. Items recovered include: 9 vehicles, comprising 6 buses, 2 heavy-storage trucks and one Sports Utility Vehicle. Other items recovered include 1 motorcycle, 7 mobile phones, 371 50-litre and 42 25-five litre jerry cans loaded with refined Premium Motor Spirit, 106 empty 50-jerry cans, a hose of about 500 metres in length used for siphoning products with approximately 19,600 litres of stolen PMS being recovered.

Similarly, 12 impostors were arrested by the Special Team of OPERATION CHECKMATE at various locations in Lagos and Ogun States while perpetrating various acts of illegality dressed in military uniforms.

All arrested suspected pipeline vandals, impostors and cultists are undergoing preliminary investigations after which they will be handed over to the appropriate security agency for further investigation and prosecution.

Violent J was sleeping one night when she began to feel pressure around her neck. She opened her eyes to the rude shock that her massive bosom was actually choking her.

Its difficult for people to believe a woman's breast could suffocate, but some women with big breasts have this challenge.

Since then, "I haven't been able to sleep on my back" Violent J told the BBC. in an interview originally written in Pidgin English and later translated by a Tori News correspondent.

Violent J who is a mother of two said she is experiencing back and shoulder pain in addition to the weight of the breasts which are weighing her down.

She has decided to ease her struggle with her huge breasts through a surgical operation.

"I need a surgery" she said.

"After giving birth, the breast size didn't decrease and there was no milk inside. As I am speaking to you right now, my breasts are heavy on my chest. I wish I could loose my bra for you to see but that is not appropriate. Some people have big breasts but they are light. My breasts are heavy"

"My bra size is not even in the market and I have to contract fashion designers to make special bras for me" she added.

She went to complain that the breasts have affected her dressing pattern as she is always conscious of the kind of clothes she puts on to prevent causing a scene in public.

According to her, her bosom frequently causes a stir when she steps out with young men insulting and flirting with her. She is presently looking for money to undertake a surgical operation to reduce the size so that she could sleep well at night and ease the pressure on her body.

Having Big Breasts is not a medical condition

Dr Aranmolate Ayobami who is a cosmetic surgeon said its normal for women to feel pains due to the massive size of their boobs but its not very common in the society.

In the medical field, such a condition that causes pains is called 'Macromastia' and the cause is not really known in medicine.



"I have operated on up 5 to 10 women in the last two years because of big breasts or giant breasts as they call the case" Dr Aranmolate Ayobami said.

"Its big breasts when women start to complain of back ache, bra line and injury. The breasts could be regarded as big when they not proportional to the body size of the person or not in correspondence with the person's age. In some books, any breast that is bigger than 1.5kg is regarded as giant breasts"

"A very huge breast could be as big as a bottle of EVA water. Most times, any woman with a breast size above D cup is regarded as big. The moment you start to reach E, G, H, its clear a big breast".

"An average women should wear a bra size of C and D in terms of cup size" the medical practioner insisted.

"Women with big breasts have no health issues and there is nothing to fear. Its just a big breast"

"The simple solution is breast reduction. What we (doctors) do is to cut off some parts of the mammary gland to reduce the size. A plastic or breast surgeon could take care of that."

I will advise busty women not to lose sleep over it. They should just visit the nearest hospital that deals with the health of breast or specifically a plastic surgeon to resolve the problem" he concluded.


Sadly, Aisha Abimbola was finally laid to rest at Meadowvale Cemetery, Cremation and funeral Centre, Brampton, canada around 2:45 pm today amidst tears by her children and friends.




Buried in a whitish / Brownish casket, the burial was coordinated by Lola Alao who has been taken care of her during her sickness.

Amidst tight security, the daughter who was not feeling too well broke down in tears and it took the people around to encourage the girl and her brother.

It is no more news that Nollywood actress, Abimbola Aisha Omoge Campus lost the battle to the cold hands of death yesterday at Scarborough general hospital, Canada

She has been buried and this is exclusively covered by Sahara weekly correspondent in Canada

She was said to have died from breast cancer that struck her long time ago.


A 45yr old woman, Charity Iyonetu, has been arrested for allegedly torturing an eight-year-old boy and accusing him of being a wizard. The police said that the suspect was arrested at the Seme border area of Badagry after she allegedly tied the victim’s hands with a rope and locked him up in a one-room apartment.

The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal, who confirmed the arrest at a press conference held yesterday at the Command Headquarters, Ikeja, said that the woman had been brutalising the boy until May 9, 2018 when she was arrested.


Edgal, who described the act as “man’s inhumanity to man”, said that the suspect inflicted grievous bodily injuries on the little boy.

“The complainant (Chinonye) alleged that the suspect is the elder sister to his father. He said that sometime in 2016, the suspect came to their village, Agbaai, Nkota LGA of Imo State, and brought him to Lagos after his mother had abandoned him and left for an unknown place.

“He stated that the suspect was always maltreating him and accusing him of being a wizard. The ordeal of the little boy came to the fore when on May 9, 2018, at about 9:00a.m., the suspect used a horse whip to flog the child, inflicting injuries all over his body.

“She thereafter locked him in her one-room apartment with his two hands tied behind his back and left for her shop. The survivor was crying and shouting for help, which made one Peter Aluku call the police. When the police team arrived, they broke the door of the house and rescued the child,” he said.

Edgal added that the suspect would be charged to the Special and Sexual Offences Court as soon as investigation was concluded.

The Acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, has said that the country has recovered N500 billion and secured 486 convictions since he took over in November 2015 till date.

He made this known at the commissioning of the commission’s new head office in Abuja on Tuesday.

“In 2018 alone, we have secured 89 convictions. Thus so far, we have secured 486 convictions from November 2015 till date. We have recovered funds in different currencies and, so far, we have recovered more than N500 billion.

“The recoveries meant for the Federal Government are duly remitted to its account while recoveries for individuals and private institutions are equally paid to them in accordance with the law.

“We are also making strides as it relates to the prosecution of high-profile cases. For instance, for the first time in the history of Nigeria, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria was convicted in a case prosecuted by the EFCC.

“I, therefore, again, restate the commitment of the Commission to the fight against corruption.

“We do not go after innocent citizens, we go after those who have stolen and arrogated same to themselves, like President Buhari has said.”

Dignitaries at the event included President Muhammadu Buhari, Speaker of the House Representtives, Yakubu Dogara, and Commonwealth Secretary General Baroness Patricia Scotland.
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