Student of Imo state Federal Polytechnic offers her lecturer sex in exchange for good grades (photo)

This script allegedly belongs to a student of Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri, Imo State. The person marking the script, either the lecturer or assistant, shared it via social media revealing how the student offered sexual favors in exchange for a good grade. Adding her number to the script, she wrote:

“Please sir help me out so that we can have sex. Call my number if you are interested for business.”

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Woman attempts to rape a man in public & a crowd films the whole thing while cheering the woman on (video)

A shocking new video has been shared online which shows a woman attempting to rape a man in broad daylight. The weird video was shot on a Wyandanch, NY street corner. The whole incident was filmed by onlookers who were laughing and cheering the woman on.

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Watch Hillary Clinton roast Donald Trump at a New York charity event

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Hillary Clinton took a few jabs at Donald Trump during a charity dinner in New York on Thursday night, making light of some of the most memorable moments of this year’s presidential election.

In keeping with the tradition of the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Dinner, an annual Catholic charity event, the two candidates poked fun at each other during their respective speeches — but Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, didn’t pull any punches.

“It’s amazing that I’m up here after Donald. I didn’t think he’d be OK with a peaceful transition of power,” Clinton said, referring to the GOP nominee’s refusal to say whether he would accept the results of the election at Wednesday’s presidential debate.

Clinton went on to joke about Trump’s controversial affinity with Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, suggesting Trump’s jokes were prepared by the Kremlin.


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Trump delivers harsh remarks on Clinton at charity dinner

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Donald Trump abandoned decades of tradition Thursday night with a tough takedown of Hillary Clinton at an annual charity dinner that prompted booing of the Republican presidential nominee.

Clinton’s remarks, too, largely lacked the self-deprecating humor that is typical at the Al Smith dinner, which benefits Catholic charities and is often one of the final opportunities for presidential candidates to share a stage before the election.
But where Clinton’s remarks singed, Trump’s burned — costing him an opportunity to take some of the heat off his campaign as it struggles through the final three weeks of the 2016 contest.
“I wasn’t really sure if Hillary was going to be here tonight because, I guess, you didn’t send her invitation by email. Or maybe you did, and she just found out about it through the wonder of WikiLeaks,” Trump said. “We’ve learned so much from WikiLeaks. For example, Hillary believes that it is vital to deceive the people by having one public policy and a totally different policy in private.”
When the audience booed at that line, Trump said, “That’s OK, I don’t know who they’re angry at, Hillary, you or I. For example, here she is tonight, in public, pretending not to hate Catholics.”

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Sagay panel report: 55 Nigerians stole N1.3trn under Jonathan

Sagay panel report: 55 Nigerians stole N1.3trn under Jonathan

Fifty-five people stole N1.3trillion from the national treasury in seven years under President Goodluck Jonathan’s watch, the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC) has said.

The committee said Jonathan tolerated corruption, closed his eyes to graft while his administration fared worse than his predecessors in tackling official sleaze.

In its report of activities from August 2015 to July 2016 presented to civil society organisations (CSOs) by its Executive Secretary Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye during an interactive session in Abuja yesterday, PACAC said corruption brought Nigeria to its knees under Jonathan.

The report says: “His (Jonathan’s) tolerance of corruption was reflected in the sunset of activities of anti-corruption agencies under his watch and exponential increase of other vices no doubt fuel by corruption.

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Nigeria Customs Service dismisses 29 senior officers

Twenty-nine (29) Senior officers of the Nigeria Customs Service have been dismissed for various acts of gross misconduct. In a statement issued by Customs PRO, Wale Adeniyi, it was revealed that the dismissed officers were among forty-four (44) senior officers who were punished for actions capable of compromising national economy and security.

“Ten (10) other officers were retired from Service, while the appointment of one (1) was terminated. Four (4) officers were given written warnings to be of better conduct while another 4 officers who were investigated and tried for some offences were exonerated.

Four (4) of the officers who got the hammer were of the rank of Deputy-Comptroller of Customs, while five (5) were Assistant-Comptroller. Others were seven (7) Chief Superintendents of Customs and four (4) Superintendents, among others. “Comptroller-General of Customs, Col. Hammed Ali (Rtd) had made it clear upon his assumption of duties that the Service will not compromise on Corruption and Indiscipline among the officers corps. In line with this, the structure and process for investigation of offences was strengthened to handle cases reported promptly and professionally.

“We will give all officers fair hearing in line with the principle of natural justice. We will however insist that sanctions be punitive, not only to match the offence committed, but to serve as deterrent to others”, the CGC remarked at Management meeting convened to consider the report of the Disciplinary Committee that investigated the cases.

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African leaders steal $50bn annually, says German parliament

Andres Lammei, a lawmaker and chairman, Working Group on Africa of the CDU/CSU in the Federal Parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany, has said that the legislative arm in Nigeria and other African countries are not duly respected by the executive.
Lammei made this statement yesterday while receiving in audience some select state parliamentarians and parliamentary staff from Nigeria at the Bundestag, Parliamentary Building in Berlin, Germany. He noted his observation and concerns over the ‘$50 billion’ that often disappeared from the treasury of governments across Africa annually, saying that that would always impede development in the county.

The lawmaker, who revealed that he doesn’t envy the African legislature, ‘giving the state of affairs’, also noted that most African embassies in Germany are not doing enough to change the Germans’ perception of the continent; for this reason, he revealed that the team of lawmakers he is in charge of is on a study tour of German parliament, organised by the Konrad Adnauer Stiftung, a German NGO with Country Office in Nigeria.

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