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Lagos State agency adds 4 names on sex offenders register



The Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Agency (DSVA) has published the details of four men convicted for sexual offences to serve as deterrent to other in the state.

The identifies of the offenders were made public on Thursday.

The details of the publication include the names, pictures of the sex convicts, the nature of their offence as well as the duration of the sentence handed down by the courts were captured in the new update.

According to the DSVA, it is giving an update on publication of details of sex convicts as maintained by Lagos State.

“Justice is served and serves as a warning to those who may consider such heinous act,” it stated.


It stated that the four sex offenders were convicted for offence of defilement and were sentenced by the Lagos State High Court.

The first offender, it is said, is Momoh Isa who got life imprisonment

It also named ”Prince Tom” who also got life jail term.

“The third offender, Ujong Ibiang, also sent to life imprisonment while Emmanuel Gabriel, the fourth offender, was sentenced to 21-years imprisonment,” it stated.

The agency appealed to the public to continue to demand justice for survivors.


It urged residents of the state to report domestic or sexual violence by calling 08000 333 333.


Woman Killed As Police Enforce Okada Ban In Lagos



The residents of Santos, a suburb community in Lagos were on Tuesday agitated over the death of a yet-to-be-identified woman who was said to have been crushed by a truck in the Abule- Egba Area of Lagos.

It was gathered that the police team was out to enforce the ban on commercial motorcycles in that axis of Lagos when the unfortunate incident that claimed her life happened.

Confirming the incident, Lagos Police Public Relations Officer, Benjamin Hundeyin, a Superintendent of Police posted on his handle, “Preliminary investigation reveals that earlier today at about 10: 30hrs at Santos Avenue, Abule Egba, police officers on legitimate enforcement of the existing ban on motorcycles in Lagos State were about to be mobbed by motorcycle riders.

“To preserve the lives of the officers and equally rule out casualties on the side of the riders, teargas was justifiably used to disperse the crowd.

“A passenger in a tricycle, witnessing the use of teargas ahead, panicked and jumped out of the tricycle. Sadly, an approaching Leyland tipper, with registration number AAB 376 CB, being driven recklessly, ran over her.”


It was further gathered that the driver of the tipper absconded from the scene while the vehicle was recovered.

He added that contact has also been established with the family of the deceased while, a full investigation into the incident has commenced.

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Destruction of Public Utilities: Enugu Govt summons contractors



Peter Mbah

Enugu State Government has summoned contractors involved in laying of fibre optic cables and road constructions over alleged destruction of public utilities in the process.

They are expected to meet government officials at the Office of the Secretary to the State Government at Abuja Building, Government House, Enugu on Monday.

The invitation is contained in a statement by the Secretary to the State Government, Prof. Chidiebere Onyia in Enugu.

Onyia said the state government decried incessant damage of public utilities by some contractors in the state.

According to him, the government has observed with dismay the indiscriminate destruction of public utilities such as water pipes, electric cables and roads by contractors and contract workers in the course of laying of fibre optic cables.


Others are road construction, mounting of billboards and other activities that required digging or drilling in Enugu State.

“The government is hereby issues a stern warning that such destructions or damages will be treated as gross acts of economic sabotage for which the offenders shall be sanctioned with fines for full restoration of the damaged facilities.

“In addition, the perpetrators will face prosecution,” Onyia said.

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