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Chrisland Schools sex video: More shocking details emerge

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More shocking details have emerged in the sex video scandal rocking Chrisland Schools, Victoria Island, Lagos State.

Recall that a sex video had gone viral on Sunday involving pupils of the school who attended the World Schools Games.

At the games, which took place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates between March 10 and 13, 2022, five pupils of the school: a girl and four boys, were seen in a sex video.

A social media user, Adaure, who claimed to be familiar with the development, said the issue became known to the school even before the students returned to the country.

This was also confirmed by Shola Ogudu, the baby mama of Nigerian singer, Wizkid, who son, Boluwatife, attends the school.

Ogudu was also on the trip to Dubai with Boluwatife.

According to the social media user, even before the mother of the only girl involved in the scandal raised the alarm in a video that her daughter was raped under the influence of drugs, the school, in conjunction with the Lagos State Police Command and the Lagos State Welfare Department, had set up a panel to probe the issue.

According to Adaure, the Close Circuit Television clips of all that transpired in the Dubai hotel where the team stayed had been made available to the parents and other stakeholders.

Adaure wrote: “I’m just going to keep it at these points and not say more.

“The boys and girls were not kept in the same room.

“They were not even on the same floor.

“There are 3 students in each room.

“Matter is being handled before now by the police , child right protection , the school’s PTA representative.

“There is a recorded panel which involved the parents of the affected kids, and also the PTA representative, the Lagos state police and officials from Lagos  child right services.

“This incident happened in March this year while on a competition in Dubai.

“Chrisland has the CCTV  footage of everything that happened in that hotel in Dubai.

“The parents of these kids have also seen this footage hence the suspension.

“The teachers take turns to check on them at night CCTV showed this in the panel.

“Information has it that:

“She had s£x with just that boy no other boy she said this herself in the interview. Her parents were there too with the authorities present in that panel.

“There was a boy  sleeping in that video it was that boy that reported saying they are doing nonsense in his room.

“When they came to warn her ,She replied  saying  “what it’s just S£x I’m a big girl.
The Lagos state police has this particular video.

“The girl’s parents have been following through with the school and authorities until someone linked them to Instagram celebrities.

“There is no where in the videos they have that it showed the girl being involved with another boy.

“It as just that boy so they are wondering what brought about the rape twist.

“During the panel  the kids confirmed including the girl that it was just she and the boy. Their parents were there including her mom.

“There is also no trace of drugs or giving her any substance… Even though we can’t say 100%.

“The kids made the video for entertainment sake to be shared amongst themselves until someone leaked it online.

“Lemme stop here the stories are deafening. …..

“Please before you quote and write epistles know that this case is already in the police and child rights services they have been privy to all of these before now

“They have all the videos from Dubai and the recordings from the panel.

“We really have to do our best as parents

“For me its better that I did everything I could yet the kids chose to do otherwise than I didn’t do enough.

“May God help us as parents as we train this hyper active super intelligent kids God gave us.

“I just chose to attach only this for reference.”

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Gunmen invade home of Imo traditional ruler, six killed

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Gunmen on Monday launched another attack on the palace of Emmanuel Okeke, Imo state chairman of the council of traditional rulers.

Okeke is the traditional ruler of Amaifeke autonomous community in Orlu LGA and the chairman of traditional rulers in the 27 LGAs in Imo state.

The development comes months after a similar attack on the palace.

In January 2022, an attempt to set the palace ablaze was foiled by security operatives, in collaboration with local vigilante members in the area.

Michael Abattam, Imo police spokesperson who confirmed the incident said said the gunmen were sighted in three Hilux vehicles shooting sporadically and going towards the monarch’s residence.

“On receipt of the information, the Command’s Tactical Team joined by the military immediately mobilised and rushed to the palace,” the statement reads.

“On their way, the hoodlums on sighting the combined team engaged them in a gun duel, throwing petrol bombs. The gallant team responded, positioning themselves professionally.

“In the exchange of gun fire that ensued, the hoodlums were overwhelmed due to the superior fire-power of the combined team and in the process, six of the hoodlums were neutralised, while others escaped with various degrees of gunshot injuries.”

The police also said items recovered included “one pump action gun, three blood-stained cutlasses and three Hilux vehicles suspected to have been snatched from innocent citizens”.

Abattam said calm has been restored in the area, adding that aside from one of the police vehicles that got burnt due to the fire from a petrol bomb, no security operative was killed, TheCable reported.

The Imo police command also said efforts are ongoing to arrest other members of the gang, while security in Orlu and its environs have been beefed up to forestall any further attack in the area.

While commending officers for their gallantry, Mohammed Ahmed, Imo commissioner of police, urged them not to relent in their efforts until all criminal elements and their cohorts are made to face the full wrath of the law.

He also thanked Imo people for their constant support and advised them to always assist the police and other security agencies in the state with credible and timely information.

Ahmed also urged Imo residents to go about their lawful businesses “without fear of any molestation as security agencies are working assiduously in synergy to ensure the safety of lives and properties in the state.”

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Soaring food prices, fuel scarcity push inflation rate to 16.82%

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NIGERIA’S inflation rose to 16.82per cent in April 2022, following a similar uptick recorded in the previous month as a result of the increase in energy and food prices. 

This represents the highest rate recorded since August 2021 (highest in eight months). The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in its Consumer Price Index (CPI) report released on Monday noted that on a month-on-month basis, the headline index increased by 1.76 per cent in April 2022, compared to 1.74 per cent increase recorded in the previous month. 

The consumer price index, which measures the rate of inflation rose by 16.82 per cent year-on-year in April 2022, which is 0.9 per cent points higher than the 15.92 per cent recorded in the previous month (March 2022). 

Similarly, the urban inflation rate increased to 17.35 per cent (year-on-year) in April 2022 from 18.68per cent recorded in April 2021, while the rural inflation rate increased to 16.32per cent in April 2022 from 17.57per cent in April 2021. 

The NBS report showed that food inflation rose to 18.37per cent in the review month, an increase compared to the 17.2 per cent recorded in the preceding month. 

“This rise in the food index was caused by increases in the prices of Bread and cereals, Food products, Potatoes, yam, and other tubers, Wine, Fish, Meat, and Oils,” it stated. 

On a month-on-month basis according to the statistics office, the food sub-index increased to two per cent in April 2022, up by 0.01 percentage points from 1.99 per cent recorded in March 2022. Also, the average annual rate of change of the Food sub-index for the 12-month period ending April 2022 over the previous 12-month average is 18.88per cent, 0.34 percentage points from the average annual rate of change recorded in March 2022 (19.21) per cent. 

In the same vein, the core inflation rate rose to 14.18 per cent in April 2022 from 13.91 per cent recorded in the previous month. 

The rise in the core index was attributed to the increase in the prices of gas, liquid fuel, Cleaning, repair and hire of clothing, clothing materials, other articles of clothing, and clothing accessories. 

The average 12-month annual rate of change of the index was 13.68 per cent for the twelve-month period ending April 2022; this is 0.12 per cent points higher than the 13.56per cent recorded as of the previous month. 

According to the NBS, in April 2022, all items inflation on a year-on-year basis was highest in Bauchi (18.93per cent), Ebonyi (18.88 per cent), and Akwa Ibom (18.80 per cent), while Sokoto (14.65per cent), Kwara (15.33per cent) and Kaduna (15.69 per cent) recorded the slowest rise in headline Year on Year inflation. 

In terms of food inflation, Kogi recorded the highest year-on-year increase in the food index with 22.79per cent in April 2022, Kwara State followed with 21.56 per cent, and Ebonyi (21.45 per cent), while Sokoto (14.85 per cent), Kaduna (15.55 per cent) and Anambra (16.68 per cent) recorded the slowest rise in year-on-year food inflation.

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