Christians Vows To Occupy School Over Hijab Crisis
The Christian community in Ilorin has vowed to continue their protest against the use of hijab by Muslim girls in the ten mission schools closed down by the State government.
A credible source within the state chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, who preferred not to be named, informed DAILY POST in Ilorin on Thursday, that the body will continue the action until the demands presented to the State government are realised.
“Following a meeting held by CAN, with church leaders and proprietors of the affected grant aided mission schools, held on Wednesday evening at St Barnabas church in Ilorin, to review position vis-a-vis the happenings, their resolve was to continue occupation of the ten schools today, Thursday to resist the enforcement of the use of hijab,” the source disclosed.
IPMAN Destroys 20k Litres Of Stolen Petroleum Products In Delta
In a bid to rid the oil-producing communities of the activities of vandals, the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) Delta State yesterday destroyed over 20, 000 litres of petroleum products in Omadinor and Obodo communities, both in Warrri South local government areas of the state.
The exercise was carried out by the sector ‘C’ Command of the surveillance and enforcement team of IPMAN, led by its coordinator, Eshanekpe Israel a.k.a Akpodoro in conjunction with men of the Operation Delta Safe (OPDS) drawn from Effurun barrack.
Coordinator of the team, Isreal disclosed to LEADERSHIP through a statement that the hoodlums, who specialised in breaking and scooping Automotive Gas Oil (AGO), also known as diesel from pipelines fled on sighting his team, thereby abandoning their Nissan Pickup Van with registration number: DELTA LEH 708 AA loaded with the product.
Daddy Freeze Breaks Silence
Popular OAP, Daddy Freeze, has said younger women will not endure suffering like their older counterparts.
The controversial radio pointed out the previous male generation had a free will to enjoy their marriage to the detriment of their wives who endured a lot for the sake of their children and public opinions.
Daddy Freeze, in an Instagram post, wrote: “Men in previous generations enjoyed their marriages while women endured them. The millennials are not going to endure the nonsense the last generation endured, if you don’t treat a woman well they will leave you. Know this and know peace.
“Many women stayed in dead, torturous marriages to men who would abuse them physically, emotionally, and sexually, while cheating on them repeatedly, for the sake of the children or public perception and validation.
“Try this today and your partner would leave you quicker than you knew what hit you. Not because your partner doesn’t respect the sanctity of marriage but because your partner won’t take your shit, Simple!
“If you are searching for someone to take your shit then marriage is not for you. Fix yourself or get the boot, it’s actually quite simple and straightforward”.
One Person Arrested Over Murder In Rivers.
THE police on Wednesday recovered the lifeless body of a man tied to a mast belonging to a telecommunications company on Abel Jumbo Street, Mile Two axis of Port Harcourt.
Residents of the area, who woke up to see the deceased, expressed shock and immediately alerted the police.
Spokesman for the Rivers State Police Command, Nnamdi Omoni, while speaking with our correspondent in his office on Wednesday, gave the identity of the dead man as Onyekachi Onuoua, even as he said the man might have been murdered.
“I can confirm a case of murder reported by the Divisional Police Officer, Azikiwe Police Station this morning where a corpse was seen on Abel Jumbo Street, Mile Two, Diobu, Port Harcourt, in a place housing a mast belonging to a telecommunication company.
“The corpse was tied hands and legs. No physical injury but spots of blood on his mouth. The corpse was later identified to be one Onyekachi Onuoua.
“So far, one person has been arrested and he is helping us in our Investigation. The corpse has been evacuated and taken to the mortuary for autopsy,” Omoni added.