These triplets allegedly lost their lives in the fire that destroyed Abu Sefein church in Egypt

Abu Sefein Church Fire

Egypt: A fire outbreak ripped through Abu Sefein church in Cairo, Egypt, during church service on Sunday morning. According to officials, the unfortunate incident which killed over 41 worshipers, including at least 15 children occured while congregants worshipped in a crowded Coptic Orthodox church in the capital of Egypt. Witnesses said, a number of trapped congregants jumped from upper floors of the Martyr Abu Sefein church to try to escape the intense flames. “Suffocation, suffocation, all of them dead,” said a distraught witness, who only gave a partial name, Abu…

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52-year-old man dies during sex with 24-year-old woman

Man dies during sex

52-year-old man dies during sex with a woman almost half his age and Kenya’s police has listed “extreme orgasm” from a thrilling night as… A 52-year-old man died after engaging in sexual intercourse with a woman almost half his age and Kenya’s police has listed “extreme orgasm” from a thrilling night as one of the possible causes of death. The man, named Naftali Nyandera, lost consciousness after having sex in Migori, Kenya and died shortly afterwards, according to a report by Kenya’s Directorate of Criminal investigations. The Police in Nyatike,…

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KOGI: LG Chairman Adopts New Born Baby Abandoned In Polythene Bag

New born baby abandoned

The Executive Chairman of Adavi Local Government, Hon. Joseph Omuya Salami has adopted a new born baby abandoned in a polythene bag at ECSSO in Adavi Local Government Area of Kogi State. The SA Media and Publicity, Adavi Local Government Area, Kogi State, Engr. M. Jamiu Habeeb, said in a statement that the baby boy was presented to the council chairman this morning by the community leader, alongside with Local Government APC Party Chairman, Hon. Barnabas Oyibo. According to Jamiu, the chairman adopted the child and handed him over to…

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20 bodies allegedly found in Libyan desert, rescuers say they may have died because of thirst

Libyan desert

Rescuers have reported the discovery of 20 lifeless bodies of people who allegedly got lost in the Libyan desert and were presumed to have died because of thirst. The bodies were found on Tuesday, 120 kilometers (74 miles) from the Chadian border and 320 kilometers (198 miles) southwest of Kufra, by a truck driver who had been driving across the desert. “The driver got lost and we suspect the group died in the desert around 14 days ago because the last call on a mobile phone found on them was…

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Organ Harvesting: Photos of Ekweremadu’s Sick Daughter And The Alleged 15-Year-Old Donor Surfaces

Organ Harvesting

Organ Harvesting: Photos of the Daughter of Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu who required a kidney donation has surfaced on the internet and she has been identified as Ms. Sonia Ekweremadu. In a related development, photos of the organ donor who has also been identified as David Ukpo Nwamini has been equally revealed and is currently trending on the internet. In a letter submitted with the visa application of an alleged homeless child, Senator Ike Ekweremadu informed the UK authorities that he was taking the person abroad for a kidney transplant for…

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SA Woman Detained After Poisoning Her Husband and 3 Children Aged 10, 11 and 14


South African Police Service have announced that Maphephi Alinah Mokwena (31) and Mantwa Maria Mokwena (21) appeared before the Bethlehem Magistrates Court today on three counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder via poisoning. According to SA Police, The father of her children, who’s 49-years-old and two girls, aged 14 and 10 years died of poisoning, whilst a third girl (11) survived. Maria Mokwena gave brown bean soup to the deceased on Wednesday morning, June 22, 2022, before they left for work and school respectively. READ ALSO: Senator…

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1 Killed, 6 Arrested As Delta Police Go After Suspected Armed Robbers In Separate Operations

Suspected armed robbers

No fewer than six suspected armed robbers have been apprehended by the Delta State Police Command in separate operations across the State, while different types of weapons were recovered from them. The suspected armed robbers were nabbed between Thursday and Tuesday at Kwale, Ndokwa West LGA, head-bridge area in Asaba and Onicho-ugbo Community, all in Delta state. In the Kwale Ndokwa west LGA operation, the DPO Kwale Division CSP Godwin Igoche received a distress call that an armed robbery operation was on going along Jesus Avenue in the Umusadege sections…

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Bodies of 2 NYSC members recovered after Bayelsa boat accident, 2 toddlers missing

Boat accident

The bodies of four of the six victims of a boat accident have been discovered along the Otuan and Ayama towns of the Southern Ijaw Local Government Council in Bayelsa State. Two of the four victims were identified as National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members. The boat accident, which happened around 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, was reportedly caused by bad weather, poor visibility, and a lack of life jackets for the passengers, according to Channels Television. The bodies of the deceased were discovered floating on Sunday night near the area…

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