Monday 30 September 2013

Man Beaten mercilessly by Mobile Policemen in Lagos for stealing a handset!

This scene was caught on camera on Saturday, Sept 28th, 2013, along Apapa road, just by Costain bus-stop, Ebutte-Metta area of Lagos.

The young man being dealt with was caught after he reportedly stole a Nokia handset.

Some Police men on patrol at the area, saw where he was apprehended with shouts of 'olee, olee' meaning 'thief, thief'.

Before one could say 'run', they jumped out of their patrol vehicle, grabbed the young man and gave him the beating of his life, even hitting him with their boots on his chest. 

Roving Informant was there and caught the pictures.

Friday 27 September 2013

Three storey building collapsed on a 10 room bungalow, Wednesday night at Tinubu- Lagos!

A three storey building comprising 6 flats at the 2nd and 3rd floor and shops at the 1st and ground floor, owned by a certain late Chief Eletu Toulet; and located at number 16 Ali street, Tinubu- Lagos island, collapsed on 10 rooms bungalow just beside it, on Wednesday, September 25, 2013, killing three occupants and injuring many others.

One of the victims  identified as Bisiriyu Oluwaseun Anotu, a 500 level Business Administration student of the Lagos state University, Ikoyi campus who occupied an apartment on the last floor of the building, told our reporter that she was on a visit to her mother's with her husband and two children when she received a call that their building had collapsed.

Bisiriyu Oluwaseun Anotu (right), and a sympathizer
"I rushed down only to see what used to be our home in shambles. Although we were served notice to vacate the building in August by the Lagos State Government on the ground that the building was not save for habitation,  most of us stayed because we had no where else to go to, moreover our rent was still running. Mine was supposed to expire in December 2013, after which we planned to relocate, we did not anticipate things to turn out this way. I thank God that we were not injured, but we lost all our vital documents, including some large sum of money and my school documents. I want to appeal  to the Lagos State Government to come to our aid, by interfering in the Lagos tenement rates and conditions. I paid the sum of N120,000 just for 'agency and agreement' to rent a N250,000 apartment. It is too high, that is why many of us opted to stay put in un-habitable houses even after being served notice to vacate the building". She stated.

Wednesday 25 September 2013

Forbe's list of 15 'Rags to Riches' story!

Guy Lalibert√©: 

According to celebs 101, Laliberte ate fire on the 
streets before introducing Cirque du Soleil to the world.

The Canadian-born Lalibert√© began his circus career 
busking on the streets: playing accordion, walking on 
stilts and eating fire. He gambled by bringing a successful 
troupe from Quebec to the Los Angeles Arts Festival in 1987, 
with return fare. The bet paid off, and the circus group was 
eventually brought to Las Vegas, where they became the 
world famous Cirque du Soleil we know today.
Today, Lalibert√© is the CEO of Cirque, a professional 
poker player and space tourist, with a total worth of 
$2.5 billion.

John Paul DeJoria

According to Forbes, lived in his car before John Paul 
Mitchell Systems took off.

As a first generation American, DeJoria has it rough 
from the beginning. His German and Italian parents 
divorced when he was two, and he sold Christmas 
cards and newspapers to help support his family before 
he turned 10. He was eventually sent to live in a foster 
home in Los Angeles.
DeJoria spent some time as an L.A. gang member before 
joining the military. After trying his hand as an employee 
for Redken Laboratories, he took a $700 loan and created 
John Paul Mitchell Systems. He hawked the company's 
shampoo door-to-door, living out of his car while doing 
so. But the quality of the product could not be denied, and 
now JPM Systems is worth over $900 million annually. 
He also created Patron Tequila and has a hand in a variety 
of industries, from diamonds to music.
Ursula Burns 

Going by Bloomberg's account, Ursula grew up in 

a housing project on Manhattan's Lower East Side 

and now runs Xerox.

Before the Lower East Side was cool, it was a hub 
for gangs. Burns was raised by her single mother in 
a housing project there. Her mother ran a daycare 
center out of her home and ironed shirts so that she 
could afford to send Ursula to Catholic school. She 
went to NYU, and from there became an intern at Xerox.
She's now Xerox CEO and chairwoman. She's the 
first African-American woman to be the head of a 
Fortune 500 Company.

Howard Schultz

Mirror news disclosed that Howard grew up in the

 Brooklyn projects before discovering, and now 

leading, Starbucks

Schultz grew up in the Bayview projects of Canarsie, 
Brooklyn. He always wanted to climb "over the fence" 
and go beyond the lifestyle provided by his truck-driving 
father. Despite destitution, he excelled at sports and 
earned a football scholarship to the University of 
Northern Michigan.
After graduating with a degree in communications, 
Schultz went to work for Xerox before discovering 
a small coffee shop called Starbucks. Enamored with 
the coffee, he left Xerox to become the company's 
chief executive in 1987. After beginning with 60 
shops, Starbucks now has over 16 outlets worldwide, 
giving Schultz a net worth of $1.1 billion. He even 
went on hiatus and came back as CEO to  lead 
Starbucks out of a decline.

Li Ka-shing 

Harvard Business Publishing reports that  Shing 
quit school at 15 to work in a plastics factory 
and is now the world's richest East Asian.

The family of Li Ka-shing fled mainland China 
for Hong Kong in 1940, and Li's father died of 
tuberculosis when  he was just 15. Quitting 
school to work to support his family, Li made 
plastics and later plastic flowers for  U.S export.
By 1950 Li was able to start his own company, 
Cheung Kong Industries. While at first manufacturing 
plastics, the company later moved into real estate. 
Similarly, Li expanded his ownership of different 
companies, and today has his hands in banking, 
cellular phones, satellite television, cement 
production, retail outlets, hotels, domestic 
transportation, airports, electric power, 
steel production, ports and shipping, and 
investment in cool apps, among other industries.

Francois Pinault 
Xfinity reports that Pinault was a high school 
dropout who now leads luxury goods group PPR.

Pinault quit high school in 1947 after being teased 
for his poor background. He joined his family's 
timber trading business and in the 1970s began 
buying up smaller firms. His ruthless business 
tactics — including slashing jobs and selling his 
timber company only to buy it back at a fraction 
of the cost when the market crashed — gave him 
a reputation as a "predator." He had similar tactics 
in the real estate business, and did well buying 
French junk bonds and taking government money 
to save businesses from bankruptcy.
His self-made worth helped him start PPR, a luxury 
goods group that sells brands like Gucci and Stella 
McCartney. At one point the richest man in France, 
Pinault is now worth a cool $8.7 billion, has historic 
homes around the world and is the father-in-law 
of actress Salma Hayek.

Leonardo Del Vecchio 

According to ForbesVecchio 

was an orphaned factory worker 

whose eyeglasses empire today 

makes Ray-Bans and Oakleys.

Del Vecchio was one of five children 
who could not be supported by his widowed 
mother. After growing up in an orphanage, 
he went to work in a factory making molds 
for auto parts and eyeglass frames, where 
he lost part of his finger.
At 23, he opened his own molding shop. 
That eyeglass frame shop expanded to 
the world's largest maker of sunglasses 
and prescription eyeware. Luxottica makes 
brands like Ray-Ban and Oakley, with 6,000 
retail shops like Sunglass Hut and LensCrafters. 
His estimated net worth is now above $10 billion dollars. 

Kirk Kerkorian 

Smart Money Daily  revealed that Kerkorian 

went from boxer and Royal Air Force pilot to 

Las Vegas mega-resort owner.

Kerkorian, who learned English on the streets, 
dropped out of 8th grade to become a boxer. 
His family was a casualty of the Great Depression, 
and Kerkorian went about finding skills to help bring 
income home. He became a daredevil pilot for the 
Royal Air Force during World War II, delivering 
supplies over the Atlantic on routes that would 
crash  one in four planes. 
From the money he made running supplies, 
Kerkorian became a high roller on the craps 
table and eventually a real estate magnate in 
Las Vegas: he bought The Flamingo and built 
The International and MGM Grand, stalwarts of 
the Vegas scene. His net worth today is at $16 
billion dollars.

Sheldon Adelson
Minyanville revealed is another Las Vegas hotels 
magnate who tried his hand at a few industries.
Adelson grew up in tenement housing Massachusetts, 
where he shared a bedroom with his parents and 
three siblings.  His father was a Lithuanian taxi 
driver and his mother had a knitting store. 
When he was 12 years old, he started selling 
newspapers and a few years later ran a vending 
machine scheme on the same corner.
Adelson tried his hand at a few different industries, 
from packing hotel toiletries to mortgage brokering. 
His biggest break came from developing a computer 
trade show. He turned that wealth into a purchase 
of the Sands Hotel & Casino, and later the mega-resort The Venetian.

Ingvar Kamprad 

Smart Money Daily disclosed  Kamprad was born 
in a small village in Sweden and created a mail-order 
business that became IKEA.

Kamprad lived the farm life growing up. 
But he always had a knack for business, 
buying matches in bulk from Stockholm 
to sell to his neighbors. He later expanded 
to fish, Christmas decorations, and pens.
Not satisfied with the small stuff, Kamprad 
took money from his father (a reward for good grades) 
and created a mail-order business that eventually 
became IKEA (the name comes from his initials 
plus those of his village and family farm). 
Furniture became the company's biggest 
seller, and Kamprad's use of local manufacturers 
kept his prices low. Once one of the world's richest, 
his value has fallen recently to a still-amazing $6 billion.

Roman Abramovich
According to Hubpages, Roman was an orphan 
who turned an expensive wedding gift into an oil empire.
After his parents died when he was just four, 
the Russian Abramovich was raised by his uncle 
and grandmother . Abramovich got his first break 
from an expensive wedding gift from his in-laws. 
He dropped out of college to pursue his entrepreneurial 
interests, which at first included selling plastic ducks 
out of an apartment in Moscow.
He managed a take over of oil giant Sibneft at a 
bargain price in 1995. He continued to flip his 
investments into even larger acquisitions, 
including Russian Aluminum and steelmaker 
Evraz Group. Over the years Abramovich has 
been accused of shady dealings, from paying 
out bribes and protection money to having a 
role in the gang feuds over aluminum smelters. 
It seems that being ruthless has paid off for the 
billionaire: he now owns the largest private 
yacht in the world, as well as a ton of other cool stuff. 

Richard Desmond 
The Observer states that Desmond went from 
living above a garage to creating an empire 
that published magazines like Penthouse.
Desmond grew up the son of a single mother 
after his parents divorced. The two of them 
lived above a garage, during which time 
Desmond described himself as "very fat and 
very lonely." He quit school at 14 to focus on 
being a drummer, working as a coat-checker 
to help pay bills. Though he never became rich 
from his own musical talents, he later opened 
his own record shops.
Eventually Desmond published his first magazine, 
International Musician and Recording World. 
The Desmond magazine empire would expand 
to publications like a British version of Penthouse 
and Ok!, a worldwide favorite. He now owns
 publications around the globe and is involved 
in philanthropic work. 

J.K. Rowling

Her Biography revealed that Rowling lived on 

welfare before creating the Harry Potter franchise.

In the early 1990s, Rowling had just gotten 
divorced and was living on welfare with a 
dependent child. She completed most of 
the first "Harry Potter" book in cafes, as 
walking around with her daughter, Jessica, 
was the best way to get her to sleep.
The "Harry Potter" franchise has become a 
worldwide success and J.K. Rowling is now 
worth an estimated $1 billion.

Sam Walton

His Biography revealed  Sam milked cows 
and sold magazines in Oklahoma before 
he founded Wal-Mart.
Walton's family lived on a farm in Oklahoma 
during the Great Depression. In order to make 
ends meet, he helped his family out by milking 
the cow and driving the milk out to customers. 
He also delivered newspapers and sold magazine 
By 26, he was managing a variety store after 
graduating from the University of Missouri with 
a B.A. in economics. He used $5,000 from the 
army and a $20,000 loan from his father-in-law 
to buy a Ben Franklin variety store in Arkansas. 
He expanded the chain, and then went on to 
found Wal-Mart and Sam's Club. He died in 
1992, leaving the company to his wife and children. 

Oprah Winfrey 

According to Academy of Achievement, 

Oprah turned a life of hardship into 

inspiration for a multi-billion-dollar empire.

Oprah spent the first six years of her life 
living with her grandmother wearing dresses 
made out of potato sacks. After being 
molested by two members of her family 
and a family friend, she ran away from 
home at age 13. At 14, her newborn child 
died shortly after he was born. She went 
back to live with her mother, but it wasn't 
until her mother sent her to live with her 
father that she turned her life around.
She got a full scholarship to college, 
won a beauty pageant —where she 
was discovered by a radio station — 
and the rest is history. The Oprah 
name became an empire, and 
according to Forbes she is worth $2.7 billion.

Late Prophet Ajanaku's Close Aide Speaks…He Was A Liar, Cheat, Swindler & Adulterer!

Another shocking revelation has surfaced on the late Prophet Ireti Ajanaku. One of his close aides who worked for him for five years, Emmanuel Olasemeji who is a furniture maker, chatted with Encomium Weekly (magazine) on Wednesday, September 18, 2013, about the real Prophet Ajanaku he knew and worked with.
Emmanuel Olasemeji 

How did you become one of late Prophet Ajanaku’s aides?
The first day I saw him, I was not attracted to him because of his physical look. He bleached. However, when my boss who was one of his church members introduced me to him, he prayed for me. My decision to visit his church was based on curiosity. That was in 2007. Sincerely, there is noway you won’t marvel at his preaching. He preached with persuasive and authoritative words.
I was wowed. And that was when he was about completing his multi-million naira mansion. And most of the church members volunteered to assist the builders. He asked me to work for God in his house and do the furniture.
I can’t lie to you, when Prophet Ajanaku spoke you would think it was God. His church members saw him as god. He often told us that he wines and dines with God and that if he wants anybody to die tomorrow, it would happen. We all respected and feared him. You dare not say no to his request. He said he had the power to save someone from ultimate death.
My decision to open up was not to malign his character but be factual. Even before his death, I confessed this feat openly to him. I can’t doubt his power but not as a Christian.
For instance, someone came to see him. He said some people predicted he was going to die at a certain date. Thus, he was warned not to go out. Prophet Ajanaku closed his eyes for a minute and the next moment said the man should go out that day that nothing would happen to him. And nothing happened to him indeed.
I can say that though he was very powerful but his lifestyle and character were questionable.

How many months did you work in his house?
I stayed inside his house for nine months to complete the whole job. The reason was that most of the job was done at night. He won’t allow you to work on the upper parts of the house during day time until he gave you the nod. And mostly at night. If you complained that it would disturb people staying with him, he would say as the owner, all I needed was his approval.
How would you describe him? Although he wielded spiritual power but he was not a man of God. The bubble burst some years back when one of his personal aides, Mr. Adefeso traveled with him to South Africa on a missionary assignment. The aide is quite educated. He is an elderly person. That was in November 2010. And there is one thing about prophet, whenever he is angry with anybody, he would tell the church members that God is angry with such person and that anybody that relates with such a person would incur the wrath of God.
Thus, once you incur his wrath, the whole church would stop greeting you. Before they travelled to South Africa, there was an issue on ground. He was renovating the church. He engaged the services of one of his church members who sold woods and planks to supply the church.
I supervised the project and it was N750,000. He was to pay after the project. After the project, he refused to pay. And the member knew it wrecked his small business. It became an issue and it was his personal aide, Mr. Adefeso who waded in and said prophet would pay. That was when they travelled to South Africa. When they got back, we discovered they had an issue.
The aide claimed he discovered some of his secrets while on the trip but till date refused to disclose them. However, when prophet came back, he quickly started telling us the man was evil, that we should excommunicate him. I know him well, once he knew you had discovered some of his negative acts, he would blackmail you with lies. That was the same thing he did for Tope Alabi.
What are the things you discovered about him?
First, he is a chronic liar. Do you know that the money he owed he never paid back? The matter was taken to the police at Panti and he denied owing the man. He said he has paid him. I was shocked. They called me as a witness. Though I was scared but I stood for the truth. He spent over N500,000 to settle the case. And at the end we even became the victim. He specialized in turning the tide against people who speak the truth.
He would fabricate lies against such person. And the medium he used most was a soft-sell magazine. Second, I can tell you authoritatively that he sleeps with his female aides who stay in his house. He has agents who recruit ladies in the church who are not employed.
They used their situation to entice them to work and live with the prophet. And some only live with him for like three months before he would fabricate lies against them and send them parking. But none of them could disclose their ordeal because he was a god.
But what about his wife?
His wife, Joy, was staying in the upper room. She only comes down during church services. That’s why most people don’t really know anything about her. She dares not come down unless he gave approval.
We only discovered the truth when one of the ladies who was also the wife’s aide known as Becky confessed to a pastor at Abuja that he was sleeping with her. She was dating a friend of mine who was also staying in his house. The house is so big and many of us lived with him. My friend and Becky travelled to Abuja and he introduced her to a pastor in Abuja. That one now said Becky has a secret and unless she revealed it, it would affect their relationship. It took her four days to open up that she has been sleeping with late Ajanaku. She was scared she would die after the confession but with prayer in Abuja, nothing happened to her. Although we were suspicious but she gave us instances which we were aware of and revealed how other girls too were his sex slaves.
Also, most of his members go to the church with their wealth but left poor. He was very rich. He swindled them of their wealth and virtues.
Though we have never seen him with charm before but he often told us he knows about all incantations because he had been into all sorts of occultism before he started his ministry.
He said they are all powerless compared to God’s power. He is a pretender. Once he was about to discard his enemies, he would say negative things about them and since we were not privileged to see or hear from God, we believed him. That’s what he used on those girls too. He bleached and encouraged the girls too to use the cream. I had to leave in 2011. I spent five years with him.
Is it true that he once had a wife?
Yes. It’s no secret that he had a wife and two kids who died before he started the ministry. Aside that, he had a baby out of wedlock, but he rejected the mother.
What’s the woman’s name?
I don’t know because he was even the one who revealed it to us when the mother came to collect the boy’s allowance of N20,000. Only few aides knew. I was so close to him because I worked for him.
He had four rooms in that house which are exclusively his own. He had a particular room that if he was there for three months you won’t know.
On Friday, September 20, 2013, National Encomium contacted the ministry’s spokesperson, Tosin, over some of these allegations but he declined to make any comment. “Please, I have nothing to say.”

The late Prophet Elijah Ireti Ajanaku of Christ Victory Chapel International, located in Baruwa, Ayobo-Ipaja, Lagos State, Nigeria died in his home town of Gbogan, Osun State, on Saturday, August 17.
According to information, the man had been ill and a nurse was brought to treat him. She gave him sedative to help him sleep on Saturday evening, and when his aides went to wake him up for Sunday service the following morning, they found him dead.
He reportedly died in his sleep between Saturday evening and Sunday morning.

Chinese man sentenced to death for killing toddler!

Summary: Two nights ago [July 23], at about 8:50pm, at the bus stop on the west side of Wudian Road in Daxing District, two men in a car had a dispute with a woman pushing a 2-year-old girl in a stroller. One of the men raised his hand hitting the woman, and afterwards, he took the baby girl out of the stroller and slammed her heavily onto the ground, then fled the scene in his car. After the incident happened, the baby girl was confirmed dead while en route to the hospital.

The scene where the incident happened.
The scene where the incident happened after it was reportedly cleaned up. Photographed by Beijing Times reporter Zhao Siheng.

A Chinese court has convicted a man of intentional homicide and sentenced him to death for hurling a toddler to the ground because of an argument with her mother over a parking space.
Chinese police armoured vehicle is seen in Beijing
The Beijing court system said in a statement that the 39-year-old Han Lei grabbed the 2-year-old from her carriage and threw her to the ground in the capital.
The girl was severely injured and died days later in a hospital. Han fled the scene on July 23 but police caught him the following day.
The Beijing No. 1 Intermediate People’s Court sentenced Han to death and a second man who drove him away from the scene to five years for attempting to cover up a crime.
The incident horrified the Chinese public.
Han Lei, 39, reportedly told prosecutors he felt so guilty and distressed that he wanted to die, the Beijing News reported.
"I caused such a calamity for the child... please make sure that I am sentenced to death," it quoted him as saying. "I don't want to live any more."

Three Female Undergraduates Beaten to Coma for Stealing Ladies Pants in Asaba!


Three female undergraduates of the Delta State University (Abraka) were reported to have been beaten to a state of coma on Thursday by angry market women who sell wares at the popular Ogbegonogo market in Asaba, Delta State Nigeria.

3 Female Undergraduates Beaten to Coma for Stealing Ladies Pants in Asaba

Offense committed  by the three undergraduate student was that they allegedly stole various pants at the boutique line. Some eyewitnesses said that the suspects were caught with the pants after they had pretended to be customers and paid for two different under wares ones selected from the hangers.

It was also gathered that the three female undergraduates were said to be regular visitors to the market. 
But the trust the traders have in them as regular customers evaporated when one of them, a 200 level mass communication student (names withheld) sought to be accompanied to where they could buy good pants and the suspects paid for two packets of mixed coloured pants and in the process allegedly removed three other packets alongside the ones they bought.
Luck however ran out on them as the trader suddenly noticed the removal of some packets from where they were displayed.

They were said to have been beaten severely by the angry market women who raced to the scene of the incident. Police authorities at the ‘A’ Division Asaba confirmed the incident.

Kenya mourns Westgate siege victims!

Kenya has begun three days of national mourning following the end of the four-day siege by Islamist militants on Nairobi's Westgate shopping centre.
In a televised address, President Uhuru Kenyatta said six members of the security forces were among 67 people who had died.
Declaring the siege over, he said five militants had been killed and 11 other suspects arrested, reports the BBC.
R/V blog
As the clearing of the mall continues, the number of dead is expected to rise.
Several bodies, including those of some attackers, are thought to be trapped under rubble after three floors of the building collapsed following a blaze.
Kenya's Standard newspaper reported that tens of bodies were removed from the building on Tuesday evening.
Correspondents say the shopping centre lay largely silent overnight and light smoke was still drifting from the building.
Journalists and onlookers were kept behind a security cordon but police let some people retrieve cars from the scene.
In his address, the president praised the response of ordinary Kenyans, calling it exemplary and overwhelming.
"We have ashamed and defeated our attackers," he said. "Kenya has stared down evil and triumphed."
He did not confirm earlier reports that some of the attackers were US and British.
"Intelligence reports had suggested that a British woman and two or three American citizens may have been involved in the attack," said Kenyatta.
"We cannot confirm the details at present. Forensic experts are working to ascertain the nationalities of the terrorists."
He added: "These cowards will meet justice, as will their accomplices and patrons, wherever they are."
At least 18 foreigners are among the dead. They include six Britons as well as citizens from France, Canada, the Netherlands, Australia, Peru, India, Ghana, South Africa and China.
About 175 people were wounded including 62 who remain in hospital.
Somali Islamist group al-Shabab said it had carried out the attack in retaliation for Kenyan army operations in Somalia.
The militants stormed the Westgate centre on Saturday, throwing grenades and firing indiscriminately on shoppers and staff.
"Now it is for the forensic and criminal experts," said police spokesman Masoud Mwinyi.
A Twitter post from al-Shabab on Tuesday dismissed claims that women were involved in the attack.
The group said: "We have an adequate number of young men who are fully committed and we do not employ our sisters in such military operations."
Al-Shabab, which is linked to al-Qaeda, has repeatedly threatened attacks on Kenyan soil if Nairobi did not pull its troops out of Somalia.
There are about 4,000 Kenyan troops in the south of Somalia as part of an African Union force supporting Somali government forces.
Al-Shabab is fighting to create an Islamic state in Somalia.
Despite being pushed out of key cities in the past two years, it remains in control of smaller towns and large swathes of the countryside.
UN special representative for Somalia Nicholas Kay called on Tuesday for a fresh surge in African troops to Somalia to counter an estimated 5,000 al-Shabab fighters.

Tuesday 24 September 2013

pastor caught while trying to bury 2-year-old girl in lagos!

A pastor of a new generation Pentecostal church located in the Egbeda area of Lagos State is reportedly trying to talk his way out of the allegation that he murdered a two-year-old girl.

Front gate of the church
It was gathered that Police detectives alleged the man of God was attempting to bury the remains of the yet-to-be-identified child when police operatives from Idimu Police Station swooped on him.

The Church, known as Christ Gospel Apostolic Church, is located at 32/34 Karimu Ilaka Street in Egbeda area of Lagos State.

The pastor, identified as Dare Adewole, was reportedly initially detained at Idimu Police Station but had since been transferred to the Homicide Section of the State Criminal Investigative Department of the Lagos State Police Command in Panti, Yaba.

According to Police source, the suspect was arrested after a tip-off by neighbors of the pastor, who had reportedly been monitoring him when they noticed his movements.

Some his neighbors said they had always been suspicious of the pastor.
One of them said: “People had always doubted his sincerity of being a man of God due to the way he behaves.”

Lagos Police Commissioner: Umar Manko
Roving informant gathered that the acting image maker in charge of the state Police Command, Damasus Ozoani, confirmed the incident.

Ozoani added: “It is true the police have made arrests but I cannot tell you the number of arrests.

“The case is beyond what the division can handle.
“It has been transferred to the State CID, Panti.”

Ozoani further stated that the Police is yet to identify the two-year-old girl.