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Today's Headlines: Estranged Wife Accuses Oba Of Scam And Assault, Nigerian Soldiers Rescue In Niger

PHOTO CREDIT: Daily Post

Halima Oniru, the estranged wife of the Olu of Orile-Kemta in Ogun State, Oba Adetokunbo Tejuoso, has dragged the king, accusing him of allegedly obtaining money from her under false pretence, among other allegations, which the Oba has denied.

On Sunday, Oniru alleged that Oba Tejuoso had borrowed up to N150m from her on the pretence of “pursuing a chieftaincy title in Ogun State.”

She alleged that the monarch had at one time presented to her forged receipts of some of the transactions so as to defraud her of a huge sum of money.

PHOTO CREDIT: Daily Trust Nigeria

Nine soldiers fleeing bandits’ assault in Sokoto have been rescued by Nigerien troops. Sources told Daily Trust that the Nigerian soldiers were rescued at Basira.

Sources told Daily Trust that the Nigerian soldiers were rescued at Basira, a border village under Gidan Roumdji district of Niger Republic, on Friday.

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Charlyboy, also known as the AreaFada, was at the Realm of Glory Church, Lagos, on Sunday, preaching that Christians and Nigerians by extension should build another family outside their immediate families in order to help one another in what he termed “a toxic Nigerian environment.”

Recall that Charlyboy picked interest in the female graduate and Keke rider when he saw her interview online. He reached out to the young lady and promised to bless her.

PHOTO CREDIT: Punch Newspapers

About 11 persons were said to have been involved in a ghastly crash along the Odufo Road in Etche Local Government Area of Rivers State. They were reportedly returning from a wedding ceremony.

It was learnt that the accident occured when a truck had head-on collision with a bus conveying wedding guests on Sunday, with fatal result.

It was further learnt that the bus was travelling to Abia State when the incident occured.

PHOTO CREDIT: The Guardian Nigeria

Right-wing evangelical pastor, Jesse Duplantis, claims that Jesus has not yet returned because people are not donating enough money to churches.

Duplantis claimed that people are not being generous enough to churches, hence why Jesus has not returned from the dead. He says:

“I honestly believe this — the reason why Jesus hasn’t come is because people are not giving the way God told them to give, when you understand this, you can speed up the time.”

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Halima Oniru Niger Nigerian Oba Adetokunbo Tejuoso PHOTO CREDIT

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