Abducted Corps Member Opts To Work For Boko Haram

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    A corps member abducted by the Boko Haram, Mr. Abraham Amuda has said he is ready to live under the Boko Haram caliphate and continue his humanitarian work. Amuda, who was a Batch B National Youth Service Corps(NYSC) member undertaking his primary assignment with Borno Council for Arts and Culture, was abducted in 2019 along Maiduguri-Gwoza road while travelling to Chibok to deliver relief materials with a Living Faith Church Pastor, Moses Oyeleke, who was also abducted but subsequently released. They were believed to have been abducted by the Ibrahim Shekau’s faction of the terrorist group, Negotiation for the release of Abraham, a Benue-born Christian, has been on since the release of Pastor Oyeleke on November 11. But this seems to have been frustrated with Abraham’s latest found love in the strange religion of Boko Haram, which he now expressed his willingness to propagate. It was gathered that if Abraham had chosen to be freed, he should have reunited with his family and friends on Sunday, February 2. However, negotiators were surprised when he bluntly told them that he would work with the insurgents. Abraham had said in a new video that: “I have chosen not to go back to Nigeria. I have taken decision not to go back to Nigeria. I thank the Living Faith Church and everybody showing concern for my release. I am not a boy. I have been to school and I know the decision I have made.”

    Fmr Ogun Assembly Leader Slumps, Dies After Birthday Celebration

    Hon. Yinka Mafe, the immediate majority leader of the Ogun State House of Assembly and Allied Peoples Movement (APM) House of Representatives candidate during the 2019 general elections is dead. He was aged 46 years. The late Hon. Yinka Mafe was said to have celebrated his birthday in Emuren, his home town, and Sagamu on Tuesday night before he slumped and died. Yinka Mafe who was born on the 4th of February, 1974, is a Nigerian lawyer; he was elected the Councillor of Ward three in Sagamu Local Government Legislative Council in December 1998, a term which ended in 2002. Mafe got elected as a member of the Ogun State House of Assembly in 2011 and became the Chairman House Committee on Education, Science and Technology and re-elected in 2015. He represented Sagamu 1 constituency of Ogun State in the House of Assembly and served as the Majority Leader. He got married to his charming wife Yeye Asiwaju Adetutu Yinka-mafe (CEO Tenth Planet Suites Sagamu) on the 6th of April 2002. The marriage is blessed with two boys and two girls.

    Katsina Woman Stabs Husband To Death Over Phone Charger

    A 17-year-old housewife, Rabi Rabi’u, who stabbed her husband, Shamsu Salisu, to death in Katsina State last Wednesday, has explained that a misunderstanding on who should first charge their mobile telephone led to a scuffle in which he died. Rabi, who was paraded at the Katsina State Police Command Headquarters on Tuesday, said amidst sobs that she never knew the stab could lead to the death of the 25-year-old Salisu. According to her, the incident happened on Wednesday morning when public power supply was restored in their community and she wanted to charge her phones. She said Salisu equally wanted to charge his phones at the same time. She added the argument led to a scuffle between the two of them, adding that Salisu drew out a knife, which she snatched from him. Rabi, who spoke in Hausa explained, “The incident happened early in the morning during prayer time. Public power supply was restored in our area and I wanted to charge my phones, while Salisu also wanted to charge his. “Unfortunately, we were arguing over who should use the charger first when Salisu drew out a knife and I snatched it from him and stabbed him in the stomach and he later died. “Our marriage was just 51-day-old and we were yet to have children, but I still love him. I never knew that the stab would lead to his death.


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