A 39 years old businessman, Abdul Abdul accused of raping a 13 years old girl in Jos Plateau State has claimed she willingly let him sleep with her.
Abdul was arrested in Bukuru Jos south Local Government Area of Plateau State on June 8, after allegedly having Canal knowledge of the girl.
He had hidden from a downpour in the girl’s mother’s shop, and allegedly raped her after buying sachet water for N20.
But in a chat with newsmen today Monday July 13th at the police station where he is cooling his heels, he denied forcing himself on her.
According to him he had alighted from a trycycle where he is constructing a building and sought shelter in a shop opposite it due to the downpour, he bought sachet water and sat down for a chat with the girl whom he know from the neighborhood and he didn’t know what came over him but he made a go at the girl and she didn’t resist.
“She pulled down her leggings herself and told me not to come inside her”.
But once done she ran out screaming which attracted neighbours.
“It was after everything that my eyes open and I realised what happened, I didn’t force her”.
The prosecuting police officer Edwin Enegbenoise, said the suspect has been charged at the state High Court and would appear before Justice J. Bakfur soonest.
Nigeria is bedeviled by a rape pandemic of recent.Daily, reports flood in of rape cases across the country.
The situation has become so worrisome that Nigerians are calling for tougher punishments for convicted rapists.
Some suggest castration or amputation, others life Imprisonment while some think the death penalty best suits the crime.
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From tongue tricks and food to humming and DIY “sex vouchers”, let’s end this madness once and for all.
Who’d believe a sexpert, eh? If they’re not telling you to hang doughnuts off your pecker, they’re making you write out a voucher so you can have sex twice a week. Some sex tips you could definitely do without.
Humming during oral sex
Apparently the vibrations from humming can enhance the experience during fellatio or cunnilungus. How fascinating. Sounds great but… hang on. What are you going to hum? A tune? How do you pick this song? Something by Fleetwood Mac or Joni Mitchell, or should you stay contemporary and hum some, uh, Justin Bieber? Maybe just one long, monotonous drone would be best – sounding like a Satanic cult offering up a dead lamb to Beelzebub is surely an expressway to sex nirvana.
Make an appointment for sex
Having a set time for a shag might seem practical, especially if you have kids or run a multinational, and I know lots of couples swear by this but… well, it’s very quickly going to become a burden, isn’t it? You’ll be minding your own business, cleaning the car or, I don’t know, perhaps enjoying some porn by yourself in the garage, and your sex alarm will go off – perhaps the Vengaboys’ “Boom Boom Boom Boom!!” will be your ringtone – and you’ll have to trudge off to find your better half and throw yourself into dutiful, soulless shagging while Songs Of Praise blares out in the background.
Oh, piss off, Sting. It’s never going to happen.
Cook a meal naked
Burn your tits off while frying an egg, basically.
Hold off coming for as long as possible
In practice, yes, but when they’re looking at their watch, or you’re having to think of Michael Gove in go-go shorts just to keep yourself back from the brink, you have to wonder whether this is genuinely ameliorating your experience or turning it into an endurance test. Blow. Just don’t forget to put Gove out of your mind first.
Chairman, Senate Committee on foreign and domestic debts in the 8th Assembly (Kaduna Central), Senator Shehu Sani, has once again, restated rotational presidency and made a specific case for Igbo presidency come 2023.
The human right activist turned lawmaker stated this in Kaduna when he hosted some Igbo leaders who had long history of residing and working in Northern Nigeria, especially, Kaduna state.
To Sani, the Igbo in Nigeria have made tremendous sacrifice for the unity, peace and progress of this country and have made the country proud in a number of respects – from Chinua Achebe of yesterday to Chima Amanda of today.
According to him, in the field of commerce and industry, the Igbo are in the forefront of leading Nigeria to where it is supposed to be, “since our Independence to this very moment, there is no any national or international sporting that there is no Igbo sacrificing themselves, struggling hard, wearing the national flag with respect and bring laurels and trophies to our country.”
He said, “Igbo have in the last 50 years, demonstrate that they are true Nigerians. If you read Igbo from the point of those who want to break away, then, you will make a different judgement. But, when you read Igbo from the ones you see in your homes, villages and towns in the North and in all parts of Nigeria, then, your views and positions about them will be quite different.
“They have over the years, proven to be reliable national species of Nigerians. The best way to appreciate the Igbo, I believe is to appreciate that glory which they have brought to our country and nationalistic spirit in them.
“We are from the North and we were born here. But, we have been born here to have also see Igbo that we were born together here in the North.
“If there is anyone who spoke for Igbo in the North, if there is anyone who stood for Igbo in the North, I believe it was Wada Nas of blessed memories. Wada Nas for a decade and a half ago, was speaking out for Igbo. What he had said in the past are still relevant today as it was then.
“Each time the Igbo are marginalised, the nation is empowering those who want to break away. Where my house is today, is the same ward where the house of the late Sardauna of Sokoto was.
“So, my own position is that, any government that is worth of itself being in office, should treat each and every Nigerian with dignity, honour and give everyone a sense of belonging with a quality equity and justice.
“But we must be very sincere with ourselves if we can call a spade a spade and a spoon. The whole of Nigeria should have a new thinking and perception of the Igbo of today.
“It is unfair to hold Igbo children to ransom or hostage to historical events of which there was no common unanimity of Igbo. Some of the greatest Igbo we have in the history were born in the North including the late Nnamdi Azikiwe, even the Ikemba of Nnewi. So, the Nigerian state should not treat Igbo like apartheid where one nationality is superior to another.
“Rotational presidency is indispensable for the unity of this country. Those who felt that one part of the country should continue to produce the president till they kingdom come are not conscious if the fact that there were warnings in our history which we must not forget and we should take lessons from.
“There is no village or town in the North no matter how remote it is we don’t see an Igbo man. If they did not believe in Nigeria, they wouldn’t have been here for generation to stay.”
Earlier, Edwin Ojukwu and Ejike Stephen Ajibo, who led the delegation on a courtesy call on the senator, said, the visit became necessary in their quest to have Igbo either as president or vice president of the federal republic of Nigeria in 2023 political space. (The Sun)