Student arrested for stabbing classmate in the head, claims to be a vampire

Student arrested for stabbing classmate in the head, claims to be a vampire. Student arrested for stabbing classmate in the head, claims to be a vampire

Students and staff of a Lagos secondary school were thrown into confusion yesterday when a male student stabbed another.

Laolu Ladipo, a JS3 student, waited till the end of the school day and waylaid his classmate stabbing him on his head.

The incident occurred at the  Best Steve College on Olaniyi Street in the New Oko Oba area of  Lagos yesterday

correspondent, Muhsin Hassan, that Ladipo, after stabbing his colleague, attempted walking away.

However, he was stopped from escaping by passersby who had recovered from the shock of the development.

According to information gathered by The Eagle Online, Ladipo had been expelled from four other schools, with Best Steve College as his fifth secondary school.

His classmates confirmed that he brings different types of knives to school.

Another student also said that Ladipo had been saying for a while before the incident that he wanted to drink blood.

He claims to be a vampire who is thirsty for blood. Teachers of the school also described him as “a very stubborn and troublesome lad”.

When Ladipo’s mother and elder brother arrived at the scene of the incident, they descended on one of the teachers of Best Steve College, accusing her of attacking their son and brother during the incident.

The mother was bent on not allowing the police officer present at the time of the incident take the boy away. She said the police must produce a warrant of arrest before taking her son away.

She said the incident would be settled amicably without the involvement of the police. It took the intervention of another police officer before Ladipo could be taken to New Oko-Oba Police Station.

The stabbed student was rushed to a nearby hospital

Students and staff of a Lagos secondary school were thrown into confusion yesterday when a male student stabbed another.

Laolu Ladipo, a JS3 student, waited till the end of the school day and waylaid his classmate stabbing him on his head.

The incident occurred at the  Best Steve College on Olaniyi Street in the New Oko Oba area of  Lagos
correspondent, Muhsin Hassan, that Ladipo, after stabbing his colleague, attempted walking away.

However, he was stopped from escaping by passersby who had recovered from the shock of the development.

According to information gathered by The Eagle Online, Ladipo had been expelled from four other schools, with Best Steve College as his fifth secondary school.

His classmates confirmed that he brings different types of knives to school.

Another student also said that Ladipo had been saying for a while before the incident that he wanted to drink blood.

He claims to be a vampire who is thirsty for blood. Teachers of the school also described him as “a very stubborn and troublesome lad”.

When Ladipo’s mother and elder brother arrived at the scene of the incident, they descended on one of the teachers of Best Steve College, accusing her of attacking their son and brother during the incident.

The mother was bent on not allowing the police officer present at the time of the incident take the boy away. She said the police must produce a warrant of arrest before taking her son away.

She said the incident would be settled amicably without the involvement of the police. It took the intervention of another police officer before Ladipo could be taken to New Oko-Oba Police Station.

The stabbed student was rushed to a nearby hospital

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SHOCKING: How a goat ‘delivered human-like baby goat’ in Ekiti

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The sleepy town of Ogotun-Ekiti in Ekiti South West Local Government Area of Ekiti State was on Tuesday thrown into confusion when information filtered that a goat had delivered a human-like baby goat.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the incident, which occurred in Lori Oke settlement, a village that is about 10 kilometres from Ogotun Town, drew the attention of hundreds of residents and travellers.

The spokesperson of the community, Sunday Ogunmeji, who spoke with a correspondent on behalf of the Baale (community head), Ganiyu Adetoun, said a pastor, Daniel Odedele, helped to deliver the goat of the baby.

“After watching the goat labour for several hours, the pastor took pity on it and courageously pulled the baby out, only for it to turn out to be human-like.

“The `baby’ had all the features of a human being such as human face, head, hair, female genitals, two legs and two arms with hoofs.

“However, the human-like baby died at about noon as a result of lack of care as the crowd merely trooped there to watch rather than to attempt to save its life,” Mr. Ogunmeji said.

A resident, Saidi Oladepo, who is a commercial motorcycle (Okada) operator, said that immediately the goat delivered the `human-like baby’, it took to its heels.

He said that as soon as members of the community got wind of the incident, they ran helter-skelter in apparent confusion. He said alarm was raised and the local security agents, referred to as `Peace Corps’, were alerted to the incident.

Mr. Oladepo added that it took more than two hours to re-capture the goat in the bush.

The traditional ruler of Ogotun-Ekiti, Samuel Oyebode, could not be reached for comment as he was said to be in a meeting of the Traditional Council.

Incredible: Angola becomes ‘first country to ban Islam’, dismantles mosques

Incredible: Angola becomes ‘first country to ban Islam’, dismantles mosques

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President of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos

Announcing plans to eradicate the world’s fastest growing faith from its territories, Angola has become the first country in the world to ban Isalm and has taken preemptive steps to enforce it by actually destroying mosques. This action comes by popular demand of the Angolan people because “they see what Muslims are doing to non-Muslims, especially in Africa, and are taking steps to prevent the same from happening in Angola.”

This spate of demolitions started in October when Muslims residing in Luanda woke up to a demolished mosque without prior notice or permission. Other occurrences in the same month included the destruction of the mosque Zango located in the urban district of Viana and a radio broadcast by the Governor of Luanda, Bento Francisco Bento, announcing “that radical Muslims are not welcome in Angola and the Angolan government is not ready for the legalization of mosques in Angola.”

Manchester United team escape air crash as they land in Germany

Manchester United team escape air crash as they land in Germany

Premier League giants Manchester United experienced a scare during their flight to Germany for their Champions League match against Bayer Leverkusen, this according to several reports on Tuesday night.

United’s chartered flight headed to Cologne’s airport suffered a tough landing and aborted its landing approximately 400 meters from the ground to avoid another aircraft that was still on the runway.

According to reports, no one was injured though several players and team personnel.

It is understood a number of passengers expressed their concern and, while a stewardess initially said there had not been a problem, the captain later came onto the speakers to confirm he had been forced to abort the landing as there was another plane on the runway.

Pro Chancellors defy ASUU, order immediate reopening of universities

Pro Chancellors defy ASUU, order immediate reopening of universities

By SEAJOHN. November 27, 2013

The Committee of Pro-Chancellors of Federal Universities on Tuesday called for the immediate re-opening of all shut down universities across the country.
This is contained in a communiqué signed by the committee’s Chairman, Prof. Kimse Okoko, released in Abuja on Tuesday.

The communiqué was issued at the end of the committee’s meeting to discuss the lingering strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and other issues affecting the Nigerian University System.

It stated that the call for the re-opening of the universities was unanimously agreed by all Pro-chancellors in the interest of the country.

The communique directed all the Vice-Chancellors to comply with the decision.

It commended the efforts by the Federal Government to address the major issues that led to the strike and lauded the personal intervention of President Goodluck Jonathan in the resolution of the dispute.

It also expressed satisfaction with the outcome of the referendum conducted in all the branches of ASUU nationwide, which voted 60-40 in favour of the suspension of the ongoing strike.

The communique explained that the committee’s decision was based on the negative impact the strike had had on the university system, students and the parents.

It, however, appealed for the understanding from the leadership and members of ASUU to ensure speedy restoration of academic activities on campuses.

ASUU agree to suspend strike, state 3 conditions

After almost five months of failed negotiations, Nigerian university lecturers have agreed to end the ongoing strike.

However, the teachers, under the umbrella of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have stated three conditions which must be met before the strike could be called off.

The conditions will be presented to President  Goodluck Jonathan along with the Federal Government team today and if all parties are in agreement with the terms, the strike would be called off.

Nigerian Eye reports:

The ASUU leadership has banned its local chapters and zonal chairmen from talking to the media until after the session with the President.

ASUU President Dr. Nasir Issa Fagge and other leaders of the union were being expected in Abuja last night.

According to a source, who was part of the ASUU session at Mambayya House in Kano, the conditions are:

•Commitment from the President that any review or reconsideration or renegotiation of the 2009 Agreement will not substantially affect the pact which is the cause of the ongoing strike;

•Immediate payment of all outstanding salary arrears and allowances of varsity teachers without victimization; and

•A written commitment from the President that the Federal Government will commit N225billion annually to the funding of universities for the next four years.

There is a fourth condition, which is said to be “personal” to ASUU, bordering on the need to be wary of gradual loss of public sympathy.

The union leaders were said to have recognised public goodwill for the strike and the need to avert any action that could erode such confidence.

The source said: “Our leaders are meeting with the President on Monday to table these conditions. Once the President accepts these three terms, the strike will be called off.

“In principle, members voted about 60-40 per cent to call off the strike, but they added a caveat – that ASUU leaders should extract a commitment (signed and sealed) from the President.

The union is said to have insisted on the three conditions because during talks with the Federal Government, it was apparent that the government wanted a renegotiation of the 2009 Agreement.

“If ASUU had accepted to renegotiate the entire Agreement , it means there will be no basis for the ongoing strike. The worst that can happen is either having the abridged version of the 2009 Agreement or a phased implementation of the document,” the source added.

ASUU set to suspend nationwide strike

ASUU set to suspend nationwide strike

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Academic activities may pick up next week in the nation’s public universities as the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) would this weekend hold its National Executive Council (NEC) meeting to take a position on the on-going five- month-old strike.

Saturday Sun source revealed that national officers and branch chairmen of ASUU have arrived at the venue of the crucial meeting to deliberate on the industrial action.

The industrial action, which enters 144 days today, took off on July 1, 2013 and has crippled academic activities in federal and state universities.

Ahead of the NEC meeting, some members of ASUU in two universities, Enugu State University (ESUT) and University of Agricultural Abeokuta (UNAAB) had announced that their institutions would open for academic activities.

Also, the authorities of the University of Lagos despite the on-going strike have started the screening/registration for new students offered admission for the 2013/2014 academic session.

The source told our Correspondent that ASUU is aware of public concern about the situation in the universities and that NEC would do the needful after deliberating on reports from the outcome of the various congress.

According to the source, having mourned and honoured late Professor Festus Iyayi, who died while on his way to Bayero University Kano (BUK) for a NEC meeting by suspending the meeting, ASUU leadership felt it was ripe to hold the crucial meeting.

He refused to give insight to the outcome of the NEC meeting but stressed that the decision would be fair based on the various congress resolutions of the meeting its leaders held with President Goodluck Jonathan.

Expectations were high before the postponed ASUU NEC meeting because of the death of its former national President that the industrial action would be suspended after the Federal Government shifted ground on the demands of the university lecturers.

Recalled that President Jonathan had to intervene after the Vice President, Namadi Sambo and the chairman, Implementation and Monitoring Committee led by the Benue State Governor, Gabriel Suswam failed to produce positive results. At the crucial November 5 meeting with ASUU leaders in Aso Rock, the government agreed to provide N220billion yearly for the next five years and improve on the amount to be released for the contentious Earned Allowance.

Secrets Behind Every Woman’s br**sts

Secrets Behind Every Woman’s br**sts

on November 18, 2013

br**sts! Men notice, admire, imagine and long for them. Sometimes women reveal very little, and they muse on what they can’t see.

Yet amid obsessing over what they’re dying to see and touch, they know very little about br**sts as women themselves perceive them. So to find the truth, some female s*x experts were consulted and more than 700 women we surveyed.

Everything you need to know is here, and it’s stamped official because it comes from chest owners.

Women Don’t Think Men Are Total Pigs About This:
Three-quarters of the women asked think men’s fascination with br**sts is harmless. Seventy percent assume most guys are b00b men. “I love it when men look at my br**sts,” says Rachel, 23. “It makes me feel powerful, and there’s something carnal about it.” Of course, this is neither a ticket to leer nor an invitation to make crass comments, even in jest. “There’s really no excuse for not being courteous or maintaining eye contact with women,” says Debby Herbenick, Ph.D., a s*xual-health researcher at Indiana University’s Kinsey Institute and the Men’s Health s*x Professor. So mind your manners, revel in br**sts privately, respect them publicly, and revere the women who bring them into your life. For what would life be without them?

Many Women Love Their br**sts More than You Do:
Most of the women surveyed consider their br**sts to be key parts of their s*xual identity, as opposed to fashion accessories or mere body parts. Sixty-two percent think it’s more exciting to pull off their tops than their bottoms, and 78 percent prefer the woman-on-top position because it shows off their br**sts better during s*x. “A woman should be proud of her br**sts,” says Vicky, 23. “They’re miracles of evolution, as versatile as a Swiss Army knife: baby feeder, pleasure enhancer, compliment grabber.” They often use them to their advantage, too—87 percent of women we surveyed think women who make an effort to show off their br**sts receive preferential treatment.

Women Can Be Deeply Conflicted About Their br**sts:
 As women grow up, emotions related to their br**sts may set in. “I happen to love my br**sts now—but growing up, it wasn’t always like that,” says Levkoff. The fact that br**sts are ever-changing only complicates matters. The average woman changes cup sizes six times during her adult life. Monthly cycles, birth-control pills, weight changes, pregnancy, and breastfeeding all alter the size, shape, and feel of br**sts. “The sexiest thing a woman can wear is her self-confidence,” says Elisabeth Squires, the author of b**bs: A Guide to Your Girls. “If she’s the least bit insecure, then work to help her feel good about her body.” All you need, she says, is genuine enthusiasm, which probably won’t be a problem.

In Bed, You Know Nothing About Them:
Men tend to have two “touching” defaults, says Herbenick. “They tend to either touch her the way they enjoy being touched (which usually means firmer or rougher), or the way a previous partner liked it.” In either case, she may not like it that way at all. “Every woman will feel differently about her br**sts,” Levkoff says. Here’s how to deal: Every time a woman takes off her bra in your presence, wipe away all memory of previous br**sts. This works even if she is your partner of many years. Start over by pretending you’ve never seen them before. “You learn and relearn how someone moans, sighs, and squeals when you touch them,” Herbenick says. “You will never have to slip into an old routine.”

br**sts Can Intensify a Couple’s Emotional Bond: “br**sts aren’t just about s*x,” says Levkoff, “and when you recognize that, we are very appreciative.” Learn to desexualize moments of great intimacy. For example, while you’re sitting on the couch watching TV with her, the simple act of laying with your head on her chest can give a woman powerful maternal feelings toward you (in a good way), says Levkoff. Another tip: If a woman complains about her br**sts being sore, offer to massage them, says Squires. Again, in a nonsexual way, if you can, that is. “chest massage can feel incredible, and it’s not something we can ask for at the spa,” she says
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Too Much Exercise Is Bad For You, Here’s Why….

Too Much Exercise Is Bad For You, Here’s Why

Over-exercising especially in a short span of time can have an adverse effect on our bodies.

In a bid to lose weight quickly, we tend to overtrain which could affect the health negatively. So, it is important to recognise the signs of the negative effects of exercise.

Dr. Rohit Malhotra, Physiotherapist with the Delhi based Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute explains how over-exercising or overtraining can cause health problems.

Here they are:

More Prone To Injuries: When you exercise excessively your body becomes more prone to injuries. Muscle soreness is very common when exercising a lot. Your body needs to rest. If you exercise a lot, it can lead to strained ligaments and tendons. These put your bones at risk for fractures. Too much exercise can also harm your body tissues.

Muscle Mass: You tend to lose muscle mass and your body suffers from nutritional deficiency. You curb your body’s need for nutrition by excessive exercise and dieting, which can have an adverse effect on your overall health.

Weakened Immune System: When you exercise a lot your body’s immune system weakens. You get more prone to viruses and colds. Exercise affects your body and leaves it exhausted. Furthermore, your weakened immune system is not efficient enough to kill bacteria or other illnesses.

Eating Disorders: People who are addicted to over exercising and have just weight loss in mind are prone to developing various eating disorders. Disorders like bulimia and anorexia can affect these people because the main cause for these disorders is compulsive exercising.

Sleeping Disorders: People face this problem because their body feels very tired, lethargic and drained out. They have difficulties in sitting still. Everything seems heightened and the body aches because of excessive exercise.

Cessation of Menstrual Cycle: Many studies show that female athletes who face extensive training suffer from bone loss. This state is called amenorrhea and if it persists for a long time, then it is difficult to cure. Other factors like changes in diet, excessive weight loss and stress can also cause amenorrhea.

Posted by OGUNSAKIN OLUWASEUN on November 19, 2013.