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Lady Flogs Her Fiancé With Cane After She Caught Him Cheating (Video)

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In a video shared online, a young handsome guy was receiving some severe beatings from his fiancée while her friends were present.

While whiping her man, she could be heard saying ‘what the hell is wrong with you’ and her friends told him not to hold the cane.

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In reaction, flashmoney101 wrote; How can he stay for girls to be flogging him like that , girls way you go use man power for

d.pha; Any woman who depends on women pocket eventually gets dehumanised like this

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media2030filmpost; Association of men need to give this guy beta beating for disgracing us. Soon other girls will be copying such act

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Man Allegedly Brutalizes Bartender Over N53k Bill In Imo (Photo)

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 It was gathered that Christopher brutalized the bartender over N53k bill he accumulated at an hotel in Owerri, Imo state. It was gathered that Christopher, who lodged at the said hotel, ordered food and drinks worth N53k, but when the bartender brought his bill he reportedly said the food didn’t satisfy him hence he wasn’t going to pay the bill. 

According to reports, an argument was said to have erupted and in the heat of the moment, Christopher allegedly attacked the bartender, h!tting him in his eye. 

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Corruption Index: Nigeria Drops Further, Ranks 149 Out Of 180 Countries

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It has been revealed that Nigeria has dropped to 149 on Transparency International’s 2021 Corruption Perception Index as the second most corrupt country in West Africa.

This is the worst ranking received by Africa’s largest country in recent time. Nigeria also scored 24 out of a possible 100 points.

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This was revealed in the 2021 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) ranking released on Tuesday by the Transparency International (TI).

It is Nigeria’s second consecutive year of a downward spiral on the TI’s CPI ranking, the country’s score having dropped from 26 in 2019 to 25 in the 2020 assessment, and further to 24 in the latest 2021 record.

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Nigeria was ranked 146th out of the 180 countries surveyed, in the last TI rating in 2019, scoring 26 points out of a possible 100.

On a scale of zero to 100 in TI’s rating, zero means “Highly Corrupt,” while 100 stands for “Very Clean”.

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The summation is simply that corruption in the country has worsened.

The ranking may be an indicator that corruption in the country has got worse over the years.

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