Nigerian lady dies two months after posting “if I die during Lockdown no need for autopsy”

A 22-year-old woman has died two months after making a post about death on Facebook.   Sandra Chinenye Obioha Ihekwereme wrote on Facebook on April 4: “If I die in this lockdown no need for autopsy. Na yam and red oil and garri with salt kill me.”     Sadly, Sandra passed on on June 12. Her obituary says she died “after a brief illness.”   She will be laid to rest on Friday, July 3.     Friends are mourning her on Facebook while resharing her April post.  

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Married nursery worker who had sex with 13-year-old boy and had his baby, jailed for 30 months

The married female nursey worker who had sex with a 13-year-old boy and gave birth to his child has now been jailed for 30 months.   Leah Cordice, 20, from Windsor, Berkshire, who started sleeping with the boy when she was 17 at that time had initially denied the sexual activity and claimed that the teenager raped her, a false claim which a jury at Reading Crown Court rejected and she was convicted of having sex with her victim on at least five occasions.     At one occasion, she…

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BBNaija’s Bassey and wife Nadia celebrate 6 months wedding anniversary

Big Brother Naija star, Bassey and his wife Nadia have taken to Instagram to pen down romantic messages to each other in celebration of their 6 months wedding anniversary.   Bassey who noted that it is an “early anniversary” celebration of a relationship filled with love and laughter, described his wife as his “love song”.   He wrote;   An early anniversary celebration of a RELATIONSHIP of Love and Laughs. I know beyond a doubt, You are my Love Song.? I’ll do this over again with you Omalicha     Nadia…

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Agba Jalingo regains freedom after 6 months in prison (photos)

Agba Jalingo, the publisher of Cross River Watch has regained freedom after spending 6 months in prison.   Recall the journalist was charged with conspiracy, terrorism, treasonable felony and an attempt to topple the state government after he published a story of how Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River allegedly approved and diverted N500 million meant for the state’s microfinance bank.   Jalingo who was granted a N10 million bail by a federal high court in Calabar, was released today February 17 after perfecting the bail conditions.   Nigerian lawyer, First Baba Isa who shared a photo of him…

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