According to a post by insta9jablog A Nigerian man identified as John Odoemenam but uses a fake South African passport with the name, Mzwakhe Memela, has been declared wanted after allegedly killing a Thai woman whose body was found in a Bangkok hotel on Sunday.
Police said Odoemenam was seen in security camera footage leaving the room of Susama Ruenrit, 35, from Kanchanaburi, on Sunday morning. Her lifeless body was later found by a staff.
Hotel receptionist, Payu Srikhung, said he and other staff checked the room at noon on Sunday, after Susama failed to pay her bills. The deceased did not answer the door, so Payu used a spare key and found the body wrapped in a sheet.
She had been hit on the head. Police said the jeweler checked into the hotel at 9.50pm on Saturday before going out and returning at 4am. The security cameras show Odoemenam entering her room at 8am Sunday and leaving at 8.45.
He is seen walking towards the elevator while staring at Susama’s room. Police suspect that the suspect went to the room to cut a deal involving jewellery but when negotiations went wrong, he struck and killed her.
He was said to have fled to Hong Kong immediately after committing the crime because he knows the Hong Kong doesn’t have an extradition treaty with Thailand.
Nigeria borrowing billions of US Dollars from China to build diesel powered trains-Ben Bruce
senator representing Bayelsa East Consituency “Ben Bruce” tweet on Nigeria borrowing billions of US Dollars from China to build diesel powered trains.
Tweet:The world has moved to electric trains and Nigeria is borrowing billions of US Dollars from China to build diesel powered trains. I weep for my country. Those trains are going obsolete. It is like taking a bank loan to buy a VCR cassette company. Who still uses cassettes in 2019?.
The world has moved to electric trains and Nigeria is borrowing billions of US Dollars from China to build diesel powered trains. I weep for my country. Those trains are going obsolete. It is like taking a bank loan to buy a VCR cassette company. Who still uses cassettes in 2019?
— Ben Murray-Bruce (@benmurraybruce) May 18, 2019
Mortuary Attendant Revealed How “Dead body water” is Been Purchased By Some Pastor”s at 500k
A mortuary attendant in GHANA has revealed how their are selling Dead body water to some pastors in the country for an much of N500,000.
In a report by Yen Gh, a female mortuary worker was seen in a video narrating how the water is in high demand.
According to the lady whose identity was hidden, the pastors pay as much as GH₵7,000, for the water, and sometimes they even have shortage.
She explained that some family members prefer to have their corpses bathed at the mortuary, and this is the water that the pastors come to buy.
She said when the floor is mopped, the cleaners squeeze the dirty water out and keep it in bottles which the pastors come for in disguise
Describing it as a ‘side job’, the mortuary worker confessed to be doing this business in order to earn more money, explaining that the work in itself does not fetch them much.
“Even at this our job we don’t get much from it. But with this, sometimes we can’t even meet up with the demand from the pastors. We most of the time run out of water”
“The pastors buy the water, it is in high demand. When the cleaners mop the floor after a corpse is bathed, they squeeze the dirty water into containers which the pastors come to buy,” the lady narrated.
“The water is being used by the pastors who patronise it to perform miracles in their churches”. she said
22-year-old Nigerian has broken a record in Indian university as She Beg First Class
A 22-year-old Nigeria Lady identified as Mis Chideraa Njoku has proven herself after bagging a first class in pharmarcy in Indian university.
Njoku who is from Mbaise, Imo state, is said to have shattered their record and is the first to graduate with such a result in many years.
Chidera was sent Indian Subharti University by her parents who lost faith in the Nigerian education system and won’t the best for their daughter.
To mark her achievement, she was awarded a gold medal for her academic excellence and a scholarship for her onward doctorate degree by the University.