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25-year-old to man marry 85-year-old granny who hopes to have kids

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One Muima, 25, has disclosed his plans to marry his 85-year-old girlfriend.

It was learnt that Muima met his older lover Thereza when he was looking for a house to rent while he furthered his studies.

He and his colleagues found themselves at Thereza’s house in Kenya and they paid rent and moved in.

Muima and Thereza became friends and she used to jokingly call him her husband, which he took lightly, but as time went by, both started falling in love.

Muima told Afrimax English: “The way she behaved and treated (me) pushed me to love her and though she is an old woman and in reality, she could be my grandmother but I love her.”

He recounted a day his colleague was away, and he was hungry and had no food in his rental house. The woman brought him some food and served him with so much care before asking for a kiss, and he obliged.

Their bond grew stronger afterwards and the couple spent time playing, lifting one another and travelling despite Thereza’s age.

“This is my choice. This is my happiness, as anyone else has theirs. Before pleasing others, first, please yourself and decide not based on anyone else’s opinions,” Muima told Afrimax English.

Thereza has grandchildren older than Muima, but she is not ashamed of being in a relationship with him.

She said: “I have eight children and 20 grandchildren. According to my boyfriend’s age, he could be my fifth grandchild. He loves me and I love him. I am ready to put on the wedding dress and ring.”

Muima is even ready to pay the bride price of 12 cows which his girlfriend’s children have asked for.

He said he has found love with the granny after being in many dramatic relationships, which were draining.

“I’ll never choose any girl over this one. I pray she won’t die before me,” Muima added.

Thereza doesn’t rule out the chances of raising a family with her young boyfriend.

She said there are examples in the Bible of old women who gave birth and that gives her hope.

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Sokoto killing: Charges against alleged killers watery —Adegboruwa

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A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, on Monday knocked authorities in Sokoto State for preferring alleged undercard charges against those accused of killing Deborah Samuel. 

The senior lawyer pointedly accused the state government of going for charges with far less implications, noting that it is the governor, Aminu Tambuwal that is now on trial. 

The state government preferred charges of criminal conspiracy and inciting public disturbances against the accused despite the material facts of the matter, pointing at alleged murder. 

Adegboruwa advised Tambuwal to resign in the statement he titled ‘The conspiracy in Sokoto’, instead of making a mess of the law of the land. 

He said, “There is need for genuine reconciliation in this matter. The criminal charge of criminal conspiracy and inciting public disturbance as framed by the Sokoto State government against hardened murderers is an insult to the sensibilities of the parents of the deceased, the people of Nigeria and God who created Deborah. 

“This crime took place in an enlightened environment in a higher institution, under the watch of security men, who were said to have been overpowered. It all started from a WhatsApp group, which has identified leaders. There are students who sent messages and threats of death on that platform. Their phone numbers are registered with NIN identification. They belong to a class in the school so they are known individuals. 

“Images of persons who openly and boastfully confessed of partaking in the murder abound, with one displaying the match stick with which the deceased was set ablaze. The government of Sokoto State has by these charges shown itself complicit in this whole drama and it is most unfortunate, for a state that is headed by a lawyer, a former Speaker of the House of Representatives and who is aspiring to rule Nigeria as its president. 

“It is most uncharitable of the governor to have condoned this baseless charge. It is better to set the suspects free rather than claim to try them. The aftermath of this gruesome murder, the watery charges filed and the consenting attitude of those concerned have depressed me more than the act itself,” Adegboruwa stated. 

He conveyed his worries about the future of the country while expressing outrage over the alleged complicity of the state, saying “Nigeria cannot work this way at all. I’m truly saddened by this development. I expected the governor as a visitor to that school to have visited the parents of the deceased, who trusted the authorities and sent their ward to school from Niger to Sokoto State, in furtherance of the mantra of a united Nigeria. 

“If the impression we get with all these charges is that the state itself endorsed the murder of the deceased, then we are sowing the seeds of discord and fragmentation,” Adegboruwa noted. 

“The political ambition of Governor Aminu Tambuwal should not override the life of a citizen entrusted to his care but who was murdered in cold blood. It is better for His Excellency to resign now, rather than go down in history as the governor under whose watch a citizen was murdered and the governor could not enforce the laws of the land but rather aided and abetted its cover up. 

“It is Governor Tambuwal who is actually on trial in this case,” he added.

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A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, on Monday knocked authorities in Sokoto State for preferring alleged undercard charges against those accused of killing Deborah Samuel. 

The senior lawyer pointedly accused the state government of going for charges with far less implications, noting that it is the governor, Aminu Tambuwal that is now on trial. 

The state government preferred charges of criminal conspiracy and inciting public disturbances against the accused despite the material facts of the matter, pointing at alleged murder. 

Adegboruwa advised Tambuwal to resign in the statement he titled ‘The conspiracy in Sokoto’, instead of making a mess of the law of the land. 

He said, “There is need for genuine reconciliation in this matter. The criminal charge of criminal conspiracy and inciting public disturbance as framed by the Sokoto State government against hardened murderers is an insult to the sensibilities of the parents of the deceased, the people of Nigeria and God who created Deborah. 

“This crime took place in an enlightened environment in a higher institution, under the watch of security men, who were said to have been overpowered. It all started from a WhatsApp group, which has identified leaders. There are students who sent messages and threats of death on that platform. Their phone numbers are registered with NIN identification. They belong to a class in the school so they are known individuals. 

“Images of persons who openly and boastfully confessed of partaking in the murder abound, with one displaying the match stick with which the deceased was set ablaze. The government of Sokoto State has by these charges shown itself complicit in this whole drama and it is most unfortunate, for a state that is headed by a lawyer, a former Speaker of the House of Representatives and who is aspiring to rule Nigeria as its president. 

“It is most uncharitable of the governor to have condoned this baseless charge. It is better to set the suspects free rather than claim to try them. The aftermath of this gruesome murder, the watery charges filed and the consenting attitude of those concerned have depressed me more than the act itself,” Adegboruwa stated. 

He conveyed his worries about the future of the country while expressing outrage over the alleged complicity of the state, saying “Nigeria cannot work this way at all. I’m truly saddened by this development. I expected the governor as a visitor to that school to have visited the parents of the deceased, who trusted the authorities and sent their ward to school from Niger to Sokoto State, in furtherance of the mantra of a united Nigeria. 

“If the impression we get with all these charges is that the state itself endorsed the murder of the deceased, then we are sowing the seeds of discord and fragmentation,” Adegboruwa noted. 

“The political ambition of Governor Aminu Tambuwal should not override the life of a citizen entrusted to his care but who was murdered in cold blood. It is better for His Excellency to resign now, rather than go down in history as the governor under whose watch a citizen was murdered and the governor could not enforce the laws of the land but rather aided and abetted its cover up. 

“It is Governor Tambuwal who is actually on trial in this case,” he added.

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