Father Arrested For Causing 2-Month-Old Baby's Brain Damage
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A 33-year-old father was arrested on Monday for allegedly causing a serious brain injury to his 2-month-old baby by violently shaking him.
The Incheon District Court issued an arrest warrant for the man on charges of child abuse, citing concerns that he may attempt to flee.
He is suspected of injuring his son early this month at their home in Incheon, 27 kilometres west of Seoul.
He admitted to shaking the baby hard while holding him in his arms.
The infant is currently receiving medical treatment at a hospital for a cerebral haemorrhage and a fractured rib.
Officials suspect the cerebral haemorrhage may be a result of what is also known as a ‘shaken baby syndrome’.
The syndrome typically occurs in infants under the age of 2 when they are shaken strongly.
18 Kils In Benue
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At least 18 people have been killed in Iye village of Guma Local Government Area of Benue State.
Locals told our correspondent that the incident happened on Sunday, about 7pm.
The residents also said that many people were wounded during the attack on the village located behind the Joseph Sarwuaan Tarka University Makurdi (JOSTUM).
Christopher Waku, the Security Adviser of Guma LGA, said 18 people were killed during the attack.
Waku said, “18 people were killed at Iye village in Guma LGA yesterday (Sunday) between 6-7pm. The village is after Uniagric (JOSTUM).”
The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Catherine Anene, confirmed the attack to our correspondent on the telephone.
Anene however said that seven bodies were recovered on Monday morning while one of the attackers was also killed.
El-Rufai Accuses Kaduna Ex-Govs Of Stealing Billions To Build Mansions In Dubai
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Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai has accused his predecessors of allegedly stealing billions of naira from the state coffers to build mansions in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.
He challenged them to come and swear publicly with Holy Qur’an if they did not siphon public funds during their administrations.
The Delta State Police Command on Sunday confirmed the killing of two vigilantes at Umutu community in Ukwuani Local Government Area of the state.
The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Bright Edafe, who confirmed that the two men were killed while trying to foil the kidnapping of some persons in the community, said no arrest had been made.
“It is confirmed that gunmen attempted to kidnap some persons in a community, and some members of the vigilante who saw them tried to encounter them, and in the process, the gunmen shot at them.
Armed Herdsmen Sack Benue State Community, Kill Scores Of Residents, Four Soldiers, Burn Houses
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Armed Fulani herdsmen have attacked yet another Benue State community, killing scores of residents including four Nigerian soldiers and burning down villages.
SaharaReporters reliably gathered on Monday that the attack took place on Sunday at Iyer village in Uvir Council Ward in Guma local government area of the state.
Community sources told SaharaReporters that the terrorists Fulani herdsmen invaded the community at about 5pm on Sunday and opened fire on the residents.
Many people according to sources were burnt alive inside their houses.
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