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A man who was about to lose his girlfriend to another man has pleaded with his rival to leave his woman for him and their WhatsApp chat has gone viral.

In the chat, the man was making a passionate appeal to his rival who he believes is dating his girlfriend amid fears that she might dump him.

A Twitter user, @Kena_Ewuru shared the message he received from the man who begged him to leave the girl alone.

According to the man, he has invested so much in his girl because she means a lot to him, and it would be heartbreaking if she were to leave him for Kena.

He said aside from paying her school fees, he bought iPhone 12 for her, trains her siblings in Ekiti state university and gives her mother monthly allowance.

The affected man said he has not been able to sleep since he discovered that she is seeing another man.

Read the chat:

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According to a report by The Nation, heavily armed security operatives on Saturday morning took over strategic parts of Osogbo, ahead of a planned protest by agitators of Yoruba Nation.

The development forced the agitators to change the venue for convergence.

The Nation correspondent, who moved round popular places in the state capital noticed heavy presence of security operatives.

Operatives of the Department of State Service(DSS), Nigeria Police, Joint Task Force(JTF), Amotekun, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps(NSCDC) and local vigilante were aseen at Oke-Fia, Old Garage, Freedom Park, Alekuwodo, Ola-Iya interjection and Fagbewesa.

The Nation learnt the protesters had fixed Mandela Freedom Park, Old Garage area as converging point but changed it to November 27 bridge, around NECO office, Africa Area, Osogbo.
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SpyLoaded News / Two killed as hoodlums attack Osun community
« Last post by Miss Ifeoluwa on Today at 07:30:56 AM »


Two individuals have been reportedly killed by some hoodlums during a violent attack at Arulogun area of Ede in Osun State.

As per Daily Post. hoodlums, on Thursday and about 30 in number invaded the house of one Wakili Olayiwola, set his Toyota Corolla car on fire and ‘rained’ bullets on the building.

The hoodlums eventually killed a 23-year-old man, Rilwan Kareem of Oke Bode Area in Ede and one Taofeek, DAILY POST learnt.

However, the police spokesperson in Osun State, SP Yemisi Opalola said five persons have been arrested over the matter.

Suleiman Babatunde, 39; Saka Taofeek, 35; Raimi Saheed, 21; Akinloye Quwiyu, 23 and Sadio Alatise, 25 were arrested.

She disclosed that the corpses of the victims have been deposited at the mortuary for autopsy.

“Exhibits recovered from the suspects are one single barrel gun, a dane gun, eight expended cartridges, axes, cutlasses, criminal charms, five motorcycles and 48 rounds of AK 47.

Expanded investigation is ongoing while the Commissioner of Police vowed to arrest all the escapees and ensure that all of them face the wrath of the law,” she added.
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SpyLoaded News / Bayelsa Imposes Curfew From 8pm To 6am Over COVID-19
« Last post by Miss Ifeoluwa on May 14, 2021, 06:57:59 PM »


The PUNCH reports that the Bayelsa State Government has imposed a dusk-to-dawn curfew on the state as part of measures to prevent the spread of the surging trait of the new variants of COVID-19.

The curfew would last between the hours of 8pm and 6am daily.

This was announced in a statement on Friday signed by the Commissioner for Information, Orientation, and Strategy, Mr Ayibaina Duba.

Duba said the curfew would take effect from Sunday, May 16, and would last until further notice.
He added, “In view of this development, movements within as well as in and out of the state through the major points, including Bayelsa/Delta States’ boundary at Adagbabiri, Gloryland Drive at Igbogene and Bayelsa/Rivers States’ boundary at Mbiama are prohibited during the hours of the curfew.”

The commissioner said the various security agencies had been mobilised to enforce the curfew.

The statement advised members of the public to take note of the curfew and adhere to it.
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A student of the Cross River University of Technology who went missing has been found.
 
Recall! It was gathered that the lady identified as Priscilla Ojong was earlier declared missing after she allegedly left Calabar for Lagos three weeks ago to allegedly on the invitation of a male friend.

The third year student in a new video said she was not missing but had been offline due to a damaged mobile phone.
 
According to her, her phone got damaged and the process of getting a new one made her unavailable online which caused panic amongst the people who know her, making them declare her missing.
 
She then emphasizes that she was never missing and isn’t in Lagos but in Calabar before thanking everyone for looking out and caring for her.
 
Watch the video below,
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A woman on revenge mission has arranged a fake wedding in order to get back at a former lover.
 
Sarah Vilard shared the crazy plot on her TikTok where she showed fans a series of snaps from the fake wedding photoshoot.
 
Sarah, who also has Instagram, captioned the post: "Yup I'm crazy."
 
She wrote in the clip: "Remembering the time when I faked getting married and had a photoshoot to get revenge on my ex." 
 
Not only did she dress in a wedding gown and carry a flower, she also got a fake groom, fake bridesmaid, and posed in a venue decorated to look like they were in the venue for the big day.
 
Followers were curious to know if her plot worked on her ex.
 
One follower asked her: "But did he text you?"
 
Sarah said that he did.
 
She responded: "I'll share screenshots of what he said."
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Crime / Woman Rushed To Hospital After Being Gangraped by Bandits
« Last post by Miss Ifeoluwa on May 14, 2021, 03:06:55 PM »


A married woman has shared the tragic story how bandits kidnapped her before taking turns to sleep with her.
 
The housewife, who is currently among the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Zumba in Shiroro local government area of Niger state said she was kidnapped on Thursday when she left the camp to get some foodstuffs.
 
According to the victim who is currently receiving treatment at the Minna General Hospital, the bandits took her to a nearby bush and raped her one after the other to the point of death before abandoning her.
 
She said that she lost consciousness at some point in time and recovered to find herself in the hospital.
 
The Nation learnt that the woman was picked up from the bush by some passers-by who rushed her to the primary health care centre in Zumba before she was then moved to the Minna General Hospital where she is currently receiving medical attention.
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A lady couldn't hide her happiness after her brothers gave her a surprise N1 million as birthday gift.
 
A video of the footage capturing the moment she shouted in jubilation after she was given the gift by her brothers has made the rounds on social media.
 
The lady in the video gradually opened the box sent to her only for her to see the stash of cash duly wrapped inside, this prompted her to scream uncontrollably while rolling on the floor as she found no better way to express her joy.
 
The gift was accompanied by a little write-up penned in the box, which read:
 
“With Love Your Brothers”
 
The lady could also be heard saying that she was broke and itching so close to lack before the valuable gift arrived.
 
Watch the video below:
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Business / Binance under investigation by Justice Department, IRS
« Last post by Yakub Oloyede on May 14, 2021, 12:14:13 PM »


Cryptocurrency exchange Binance is being investigated by the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Justice, Bloomberg reports, with officials who handle money laundering and tax offenses in particular taking a interest in Binance’s business.

Founded in 2017, Binance is the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world. It’s incorporated in the Cayman Islands and has an office in Singapore. According to Bloomberg, the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has been investigating whether Binance allowed Americans to make illegal trades on its platform, by letting them buy derivatives linked to digital tokens. US residents can only purchase these kinds of products from firms registered with the CFTC. Binance has said in the past it does block Americans from conducting illegal transactions on its website, warning that violators would have their accounts frozen.

Cryptocurrency analytics firm Chainalysis reported that in 2019, some $756 million of $2.8 billion worth of criminal transactions involving the bitcoin cryptocurrency went through Binance.

A Binance spokesperson said the company doesn’t “comment on specific matters or inquiries,” but said in an email to The Verge that the company takes its “legal obligations very seriously. “

We have worked hard to build a robust compliance program that incorporates anti-money laundering principles and tools used by financial institutions to detect and address suspicious activity,” the spokesperson said. “We have a strong track record of assisting law enforcement agencies around the world, including in the United States.”

The scope of the federal investigation into Binance wasn’t clear as of Thursday.
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Crime / Five Notorious Bandits Arrested By Police In Zamfara
« Last post by Miss Ifeoluwa on May 14, 2021, 11:56:41 AM »


The Zamfara State Police Command captured five notorious bandit leaders at various locations in the state this week.

Among them is a Nigerien, who specializes in supplying sophisticated guns and ammunition to bandits. One of them, while being paraded, demonstrated how he hides his gun in his motorcycle to avoid being arrested by security operatives.

The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), SP Mohammed Shehu, said the police recovered four AK-47 rifles and 960 rounds of live ammunition.

He said the suspects, who specialize in high profile crimes ranging from banditry, kidnapping, cattle rustling, armed robbery and homicide, have confessed to their crimes.

The group that kidnapped the younger brother of Dr. Dauda Lawal confessed that they collected N20 million ransom while the abductors of Engineer Yahaya Maradun’s daughter said they collected N10 million.

“One of them confessed that they used to share between two, three, four to six hundred thousand naira depending on the number that engaged in the operation,” he said.

Shehu explained that the arrest of the suspected bandit leaders was achieved by operatives of the Force Intelligence Bureau deployed to the state in collaboration with other operatives.

According to him, statements made by the suspects is assisting the police in their manhunt for their fleeing colleagues.

Abubakar Dauran, the state Commissioner for Security and Home Affairs, commended the police and other security agencies for their role in securing the state.

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