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New leader of ‘One Million Boys’ cult group, Eji, arrested by JTF in Ibadan

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The Director-General of the Oyo State Joint Security Task Force,  Col. Oladipo Ajibola (retd.), has announced that another leader of the notorious ‘One Million Boys’ cult group in Ibadan has been arrested.

 

The suspect identified as Eji, is said to be the second in command to the late Abiola Ebila, recently killed by the men of the Oyo State JTF at his hideout.

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Before his death, Ebila, the former leader of the deadly group was infamous for his group’s robbery and violent activities in the state.

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After Ebila’s death, Eji assumed the leadership position of the cult group.

 

Ajibola speaking to reporters on Sunday September 20, said, “Operation Burst has been able to reduce criminality in Oyo State; people now go about their business without fear.”

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“We have effected arrests in relation to cultism, Internet fraud and other crimes, and handed the suspects over to security agencies. The most high profiled among the criminal cases was that of Abiola Ebila.”

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Distressing images of refugees who were ‘tortured, beaten and forced to strip naked by Croatian police

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Refugees fleeing war were allegedly tortured by police on the Croatian border.

 

Men were forced to strip, lie on top of each other naked and were beaten by men in black uniforms, according to reports received by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), a nonprofit humanitarian organisation.

 

The victims believed their attackers were Croatian police officers, according to Mirror Online.

 

The DRC has also recorded two reports of “severe sexual abuse” after a police operation to push refugees back into neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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The violent pushbacks targeted around 75 people in Velika Kladusa, where a forest camp houses at least 700 refugees. The organisation recorded “horrifying” testimony from victims of the police operation between October 12 and 16.

 

One shocking picture shows an Afghan man’s battered back, arm and buttocks

 

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Another shows someone from Bangladesh with a deep gash to his nose while a Moroccan man has a cut to his forehead.

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Charlotte Slente, secretary general of the DRC, said: “The testimonies that the Danish Refugee Council has collected from victims of pushbacks are horrifying.

 

“Multiple reports, from different groups of people, of different nationalities – more than 75 persons in one week – who have all independently reported inhumane treatment, savage beatings and even sexual abuse.

 

“We need to see action to put a stop to the systematic use of violence.

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“Treating human beings like this, inflicting severe pain and causing unnecessary suffering, irrespective of their migratory status, cannot and should not be accepted by any European country, or by any EU institution.”

 

Ms Slente called for independent border monitoring systems to be implemented to prevent abuses, along with proper investigations to take place.

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Governor Sanwo-Olu approves full reopening of markets in Lagos

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Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has approved the full reopening of markets in Lagos state.

The announcement was made in a statement released by Lagos Commissioner for Local Government and Community Affairs, Dr Wale Ahmed on Tuesday October 27.

Ahmed said the Governor took the decision to further enhance trade and commerce and mitigate the hardship of recent times and ensure that Lagosians can recover fast.

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The statement read;

“The Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has approved the full resumption of operations of both food markets and non-food markets.

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“They are now to open daily.

“Mr Governor took the decision to further enhance trade and commerce and mitigate the hardship of recent times and ensure that Lagosians can recover fast.

“Mr Governor also advised the continued observance of all safety protocols.

“Traders and their customers must adhere strictly to the covid 19 protocols for their safety and the citizenry at large.”

Before now, food and non-food markets were allowed to operate three days a week – Monday, Wednesday and Friday to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the state.

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Brazilian prisoner nicknamed Lucifer is accused of murdering 48 other inmates during his 25 years behind bars

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A Brazilian prisoner nicknamed ‘Lucifer’ has been accused of murdering 48 other inmates during his 25 years behind bars.

Marcos Paulo da Silva, a thief-turned-serial killer was first jailed for petty theft at the age of 18 in 1995, before he became a vicious killer. He is known to cut off the heads of his fellow inmates before disembowelling their dead bodies.

In one case, he is said to have murdered five inmates in one go in Serra Azul Jail in Sao Paulo in 2011 in one of his bloodiest attacks to date.

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He faces spending the rest of his life after racking up multiple convictions and sentences totalling 217 years. Although he has yet to be tried for many of his alleged crimes, according to local reports.

Da Silva is said to have told a judge recently:

“I have no regrets about killing all these people.

They were rapists and thieves who took advantage of other inmates and robbed them.”

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Da Silva has been described as the leader of a gang of assassins created with the mission of murdering members of the PCC, one of Brazil’s leading gangs formed by inmates as a self-protection group in the prison system.

Prison guards told online firm UOL that it was only a “question of time” before the notorious prisoner kills again once he is transferred to a new prison.

The report said Da Silva used a fire extinguisher to knock his Serra Azul Prison victims unconscious before beheading them with a home-made knife in his most infamous jail massacre to date.

He is said to have yelled:

“I love this, there’s so few, I want to kill more prisoners” as he snubbed out their lives.

Psychologists say he is not mentally ill but does suffer from a personality disorder that needs to be urgently treated.

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