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Exam Malpractise

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School forces female students to remove bras over exam malpractice


School forces female students to remove bras over exam malpractice

An Indian student said Monday she was made to remove her bra in public by school authorities over exam cheating fears, minutes before sitting a crucial […]

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Man sleeps with wife’s corpse for six days, says it relieves griefgrieving husband who slept next to his wife’s dead body in their bedroom for six days says he couldn’t bear to see her taken off to a mortuary in a body bag. Leasing agent Russell Davison’s wife Wendy died at their home in Derby, England, after a 10-year battle with cervical cancer. ADVERTISING inRead invented by Teads He said he was determined to keep her at home with their four children and not hand her over to a funeral director. The dad now wants to reassure others that staying close to a loved one’s dead body is nothing to be scared of. Russell said he washed and dressed Wendy’s body and placed it in a coffin – which he called a “cocoon” – in the couple’s bedroom. And Russell insists it should be “the way we treat our dead,” saying it allowed him and the boys to come to terms with their devastating loss. Russell said: “Wendy died very peacefully, fully sedated, in no pain in mine and Dylan’s arms with our ever faithful dog Elvis snuggled up right next to her too. “She looked absolutely beautiful, just like she always did in life: no effort, no make-up, just radiant beauty. “We have been fooled by TV and films into thinking there is something to be scared about with dead bodies – there is not, I can assure you.” Wendy, 50, was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2006 – just after the couple’s joint 40th birthday – and was told three years ago she had six months to live. But she shunned chemotherapy and radiotherapy and embraced “natural health,” Russell said. The couple bought a caravan and traveled around Europe, but in September last year returned to Britain as Wendy’s pain became unbearable. But she was determined to die at home and was nursed by Russell and the boys until her death on April 21. Russell, also 50, said: “For a long time I have been determined to have Wendy at home when she died. “I did not want her in the mortuary or handed over to a funeral director, I wanted us to take care of her ourselves at our family home, and have her in our bedroom so I could sleep in the same room.” He said keeping Wendy at home was like “an emotional decompression chamber,” which helped the family come to terms with her death while she was still there. Russell said: “The idea of her being taken away in a plastic body bag hours after death is so alien to us all now we really don’t think we could have taken it.”


Man sleeps with wife’s corpse for six days, says it relieves griefgrieving husband who slept next to his wife’s dead body in their bedroom for six days says he couldn’t bear to see her taken off to a mortuary in a body bag. Leasing agent Russell Davison’s wife Wendy died at their home in Derby, England, after a 10-year battle with cervical cancer. ADVERTISING inRead invented by Teads He said he was determined to keep her at home with their four children and not hand her over to a funeral director. The dad now wants to reassure others that staying close to a loved one’s dead body is nothing to be scared of. Russell said he washed and dressed Wendy’s body and placed it in a coffin – which he called a “cocoon” – in the couple’s bedroom. And Russell insists it should be “the way we treat our dead,” saying it allowed him and the boys to come to terms with their devastating loss. Russell said: “Wendy died very peacefully, fully sedated, in no pain in mine and Dylan’s arms with our ever faithful dog Elvis snuggled up right next to her too. “She looked absolutely beautiful, just like she always did in life: no effort, no make-up, just radiant beauty. “We have been fooled by TV and films into thinking there is something to be scared about with dead bodies – there is not, I can assure you.” Wendy, 50, was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2006 – just after the couple’s joint 40th birthday – and was told three years ago she had six months to live. But she shunned chemotherapy and radiotherapy and embraced “natural health,” Russell said. The couple bought a caravan and traveled around Europe, but in September last year returned to Britain as Wendy’s pain became unbearable. But she was determined to die at home and was nursed by Russell and the boys until her death on April 21. Russell, also 50, said: “For a long time I have been determined to have Wendy at home when she died. “I did not want her in the mortuary or handed over to a funeral director, I wanted us to take care of her ourselves at our family home, and have her in our bedroom so I could sleep in the same room.” He said keeping Wendy at home was like “an emotional decompression chamber,” which helped the family come to terms with her death while she was still there. Russell said: “The idea of her being taken away in a plastic body bag hours after death is so alien to us all now we really don’t think we could have taken it.”

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Law

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Wife kills husband over lottery tickets, gets seven-year jail term


Wife kills husband over lottery tickets, gets seven-year jail term

A 29-year-old housewife, Onyinyechi Akunne, was on Monday in Lagos sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment for stabbing to death her 35-year-old husband, Abuchi Akunne. The court […]

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Femi Kuti

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Femi Kuti breaks world saxophone record


Femi Kuti breaks world saxophone record

Femi Kuti has broken the World record for the longest single note held on a saxophone. He attained the feat on Sunday at the New Africa […]

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Umaru Tanko Al-Makura

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Kidnappers of Nasarawa lawmaker’s mum, sister demand N30m ransom


Kidnappers of Nasarawa lawmaker’s mum, sister demand N30m ransom

Following the abduction of mother and younger sister of a Nasarawa lawmaker on Saturday night, the kidnappers have said that unless the N30m ransom they demanded is paid, […]

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Court

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Man pleads guilty to abducting, raping physically-challenged girl


Man pleads guilty to abducting, raping physically-challenged girl

25-year-old man, Sunday Aremu, who pleaded guilty to abducting a physically-challenged girl and raping her, on Monday appeared before an Ebute Meta Chief Magistrates’ Court, Lagos. […]

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Fraud

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Travel agent charged with N486,000 visa fraud


Travel agent charged with N486,000 visa fraud

A 47-year-old travel agent, Yahaya Emmanuel, who allegedly defrauded three men of N486,000 on the pretext of procuring Finland visas for them, was on Monday brought […]

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Man on trial for requesting friend’s online banking password


Man on trial for requesting friend’s online banking password

34-year-old man, Samson Oyedoyin, who allegedly went to a bank to ask for his friend’s internet banking pin code was on Monday arraigned in an Ikeja […]

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migrant shipwrecks

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The former Chairman, Nigeria Bar Association, Minna chapter, Mr Taidi Jonathan, on Monday said the release of the 82 Chibok school girls demonstrated the commitment of President Muhammadu Buhari to the welfare of all Nigerians. Taidi said in Minna that the gesture was also a clear demonstration of the Buhari administration to secure the release of all those in captivity. He said, “It shows that the Federal Government and its partners have the capacity to release the remaining girls. “The release would help to check the emotional trauma the parents of the girls might be facing in the last three years.” Jonathan, therefore, called on Nigerians irrespective of religious and political differences to support the government in its efforts to provide security and set the nation on the path to prosperity. The former NBA chairman urged Nigerians to seek God’s intervention on the challenges facing the nation, stressing that with fervent prayers, all the challenges facing the country would be holistically tackled. Jonathan said Nigerians should imbibe the culture of offering intelligence information to security agencies to help in tackling criminality in the society. Boko Haram in 2014 abducted more than 200 secondary school girls of Government Girls’ Secondary School, Chibok, Borno. Twenty-one of the girls were released in October 2016, while Buhari directed security agencies to ensure all the affected girls were released and reunited with their families


The former Chairman, Nigeria Bar Association, Minna chapter, Mr Taidi Jonathan, on Monday said the release of the 82 Chibok school girls demonstrated the commitment of President Muhammadu Buhari to the welfare of all Nigerians. Taidi said in Minna that the gesture was also a clear demonstration of the Buhari administration to secure the release of all those in captivity. He said, “It shows that the Federal Government and its partners have the capacity to release the remaining girls. “The release would help to check the emotional trauma the parents of the girls might be facing in the last three years.” Jonathan, therefore, called on Nigerians irrespective of religious and political differences to support the government in its efforts to provide security and set the nation on the path to prosperity. The former NBA chairman urged Nigerians to seek God’s intervention on the challenges facing the nation, stressing that with fervent prayers, all the challenges facing the country would be holistically tackled. Jonathan said Nigerians should imbibe the culture of offering intelligence information to security agencies to help in tackling criminality in the society. Boko Haram in 2014 abducted more than 200 secondary school girls of Government Girls’ Secondary School, Chibok, Borno. Twenty-one of the girls were released in October 2016, while Buhari directed security agencies to ensure all the affected girls were released and reunited with their families

Almost 200 people are feared to have died in two Mediterranean Sea migrant shipwrecks during the weekend, according to reports on Monday. The International Organisation for […]

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Chibok

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Chibok Girls release: Jonathan praises Buhari


Chibok Girls release: Jonathan praises Buhari

The former Chairman, Nigeria Bar Association, Minna chapter, Mr Taidi Jonathan, on Monday said the release of the 82 Chibok school girls demonstrated the commitment of […]

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