Let us pay a visit to the luxurious prison in Honduras (pics)

This is the luxurious prison where criminals enjoyed air-conditioned cells complete with plasma TVs, games consoles and even a ‘Kamasutra room’.

Members of organised crimegangs from an overcrowded jail were transferred to a new maximum security prison.

But photos of their former pampered prison have been posted on social media.

The cells were more like designer flats with en-suite bathrooms, colour-coordinated furniture, LED lighting, food blenders, coffee machines and well-stocked fridge-freezers.

They included photos of nicely-decorated, air-conditioned cells with 52 inch flat-screen televisions, computer consoles and top games including FIFA and Grand Theft Auto.

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The cells had air conditioning

Some of the inmates even had access to a special comfort room with mirrors and ambient lighting, dubbed the Kamasutra, for conjugal visits with their wives and girlfriends.

Entering the Kamasutra was reportedly a privilege for gang leaders and other senior gang members who earned the right through carrying out crimes for their bosses.

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Some of the gang members that tattoed their backs

A total of 773 gang members were moved from the Marco Aurelio Soto prison in Tamara, near the Honduran capital city of Tegucigalpa, to the new El Pozo 2 jail in La Tova in the western Honduran department of El Paraiso.

And, when they could not enjoy the pleasures of female company, the inmates organised computer game tournaments to keep themselves amused behind bars.

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Prisoners are transferred from their luxurious cells to a new maximum security prison

All are believed to be members of the notorious Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) and Barrio 18 gangs in Honduras which is regarded as one the most dangerous countries in the world.

Hondurans were shocked when pictures of the conditions they had enjoyed at the severely overcrowded prison were posted on social media.

In one room, wall decorations included a mirror framed in the shape of a snake in the shape of ’18’ to denote the Barrio 18 gang.

Pictures on the walls included former, mostly dead, gang leaders.

Their former prison was severely overcrowded

The gang members were transferred to their new maximum security prison under a heavy security escort supervised by the President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernandez.

Prisons in Honduras are notorious hotbeds of gang activity, with fights, extortion, drug deals and killings common in the country’s overcrowded facilities.

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Senator Adeleke Was Given Overdose Of Banned Analgin & other drugs

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Late Senator Adeleke

The Chief Medical Director, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, Prof Akeem Lasisi, has testified that the late senator representing Osun-West senatorial district, Chief Isiaka Adeleke, died of an overdose of banned injections.

Testifying before a coroner, Mr Olusegun Ayilara, in Osogbo, on Monday, Lasisi, who spoke from the witness box, said the Chief Medical Director of Biket Hospital, Osogbo, Dr Adebisi Adenle, called him on the telephone on April 23 to tell him that Adeleke had died.

Lasisi, who said he saw Adeleke’s corpse on a table at LAUTECH’s morgue, added that a pathologist, one Dr Solaja; two resident doctors, who are also pathologists; the Officer in Charge of Homicide, Osun State Police Command; Divisional Police Officer, Dugbe Police Station, Osogbo; and the Consultant Pathologist, LAUTECH, were all present when an autopsy was carried out on Adeleke.

The CMD told the court that one of the aides of the late senator told him that the deceased complained of leg pain and somebody treated him.

Lasisi said the aide told him that the person, who treated Adeleke was not a doctor but could not say if he was a nurse.

The CMD stated that the aide mentioned the names of the various injections administered on him before his death and the aide (in company with other aides) was asked to go and bring them.

The CMD stated that he did not ask for the name of the person who treated Adeleke but he wanted to know what was administered and the competence of the person that administered the drugs.

He said among the injections given to Adeleke was Analgin, which he said was outlawed when the late Prof Dora Akunyili was the Director General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control.

He said, “I saw the corpse. Before any process of examination of any diagnosis in medicine, there is what we call history before examination. So, we asked for the person who knew the conditions surrounding the death of the senator. So, the family pointed to one of the aides and the aide said he (Adeleke) was active the previous day and he came at midnight and started complaining of leg pain. So, they sent for somebody who came to give him injections.

“I asked clearly the medical status of the person that administered the injections. I asked, ‘Is the person a doctor?’ but he said no. ‘Is he a nurse’?, he said he didn’t know but the person was a face they were used to.

“He mentioned various injections, so at that point I asked him if could lay his hands on the empty ampoules of the injections. The family members went home to get them. The injections were five per cent dextrose. We saw empty sachets; it was like a fluid and with it, we saw an intravenous fluid-giving set and scalp vein needle. We saw that empty. We saw two ampoules of Analgin, four ampoules of valium (diazepam) – 10ml each making 40 milligrammes, one ampoule of pentazocine, one ampoule of gentamicin and two ampoules of hydrocortisone.

“All of these were empty and his aide said these were what he was given. He also added that after he had been given, he (Adeleke) called him that he doesn’t want to entertain any visitor and he went to sleep. He (the aide) said he later went back to check him and saw that the senator’s eyes were wide open but he wasn’t breathing.”

The CMD added that diazepam ‘sedates and tranquilises when given in moderate dosage’ but said it could knock off reflexes if given in the type of dosage Adeleke was given and could eventually lead to death.

He explained that pentazocine was capable of killing bad pain but it was usually advised not to be given to patients intravenously but through intra-muscular injection.

He stated that if the injection would be given intravenously at all, it should be given at a facility where the patient could be resuscitated with artificial oxygen in case his breathing stopped.

“Analgin has been outlawed since the days of Dora Akunyili in NAFDAC. So, I don’t know where they got it from. They were given in excess dosage,” he said.

Also the Osun State Deputy Governor, Mrs Titi Laoye-Tomori, in her testimony before the coroner, said Adeleke hesitated before he ate three spoonfuls of rice at a funeral ceremony in Osun State, a day before he died.

Adeleke and the deputy governor were among the dignitaries, who attended the funeral of the mother of the Chairman, All Progressives Congress in Osun-West senatorial district, Mr Yinusa Amobi, at Kuta, Osun State, on April 22. The senator died the following morning.

She told the coroner that she waived her immunity to personally appear before the coroner because of the importance she attached to the probe and to state what she knew about the moment she spent together with Adeleke and others at a social function on Saturday, April 22.

Laoye-Tomori stated that she shunned the special chair prepared for her and chose to sit close to Adeleke because the deceased demonstrated an uncommon humility by coming to welcome her beside her vehicle when she arrived at the venue of the ceremony.

The deputy governor told the coroner that Adeleke was served rice in an uncovered plate and the rice had no fish or meat and he was hesitant to eat.

She said, “A woman brought a plate of rice. There was fried rice, a mixture of ‘jollof’ and white rice. There was no protein in it, that is, there was neither meat nor fish and the food was not covered. I was wondering why a man of his status would be served food not covered but I don’t know whether he was already eating the food before I arrived there or not.

“The senator was using his spoon to turn the rice and he was hesitant to eat it. I said jokingly, ‘ Your Excellency, why don’t you ask them to take the food away if you don’t want to eat it? And he said, ‘Se tori wipe kosi eran lori e?’ (Is it because there is no meat on it?).

“He said that woman brought a bowl of fish but these people you are seeing ate everything and left nothing for me. He then took his fork and stretched his hand to take a piece of fried fish from someone sitting close to him but his fork couldn’t pick it because the fish was fried.

“He took just three spoons and pushed the food aside. He was full of life and was cracking jokes. A gentleman seating on his right side brought out a drink from his pouch.”

Jealous lady kills her lover after soliciting for help on Facebook (pics)

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MacPepple and Okojaja

A woman, identified as Boma Mac-Pepple, has been declared wanted by the police for allegedly killing her lover, Nathan Okojaja, aka Junior, in Opobo town, in the Opobo/Nkoro Local Government Area of Rivers State.

PUNCH Metro learnt that the duo had been dating for some time, but had a disagreement over mutual suspicion of infidelity.

On Monday, May 9, Okojaja allegedly challenged the suspect for cheating on him. Mac-Pepple also accused him of cheating on her with her friend, one Sarah.

The disagreement degenerated into a fight, with Mac-Pepple allegedly sustaining injuries.

The suspect immediately took to Facebook around 10.44am same day, calling on her friends to help her locate Okojaja so she could bring him to justice for attacking her.

“Any one that sees this boy should not hesitate to call my line 08119**** or 0808280****because every criminal or cult member must be brought to justice, for any crime he committed.

“You won’t regret giving me information. Thanks. Do that for my life…my life is in your hands now,” she had said in the Facebook post where she also  pasted the picture of the victim.

Some of her friends had teased her on the reason for the search, saying they were two lovers who always reconciled after disagreements.

She later posted a picture of the injuries she claimed was inflicted on her left ear by Okojaja.

A relative, one Peeclaire, who doubted the photo, demanded more proofs, saying he could take the matter “personal.”

Another relative, Miller, however, said he knew the duo were lovebirds, accusing her of making up the allegation against the deceased.

To convince Miller, she noted the reason for the scuffle in a series of comments edited by our correspondent.

“We were not having issues. Yesterday (Sunday), I was coming back from Aunty Felicia’s house around past 7am. I met Junior (Okojaja). He asked me where I was coming from. I asked him what right he had to ask. You know Sarah? You can ask who that girl is to him. As I finished talking, what I could realise was that I was bleeding.

“I want to tell you something. Don’t judge people by their appearance.  You don’t know what they can do. You know I don’t discriminate against people. A cult member is a cult member. You don’t know what they can be able to do. Someone that can do this kind of thing, can as well kill you,” she said.

PUNCH Metro learnt that the suspect found the victim around 10.30pm and stabbed him to death.

Since Okojaja’s death was announced, the lover had stopped commenting on the social media and was alleged to have fled.

Her relatives, in follow-up comments onFacebook, condemned her action and declared that they were searching for her.

When our correspondent contacted her, the phone rang out several times.

After a text message was sent to her, requesting her side of the story, she switched off and became unreachable.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Omoni Nnamdi, confirmed the incident, adding that the police had launched a manhunt for the suspect.

He said, “They were lovers and they had a disagreement, which resulted in a fight. The young man was killed in the process. We are already searching for her.”

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See luxury items and the lavish lifestyle of Nigerian fraudsters arrested in Canada (photos)

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Adekunle Johnson Omitiran

Four Nigerians are in the midst of an ongoing investigations into credit card theft and stolen mail, Canadian authorities said in a statement on Tuesday.

Adedayo Ogundana, 45, also known as Oladipupo Ogund; Adekunle Johnson Omitiran, 37; Duro Akintola, 44, of Toronto, who is also known as Michie Noah; and Emmanuel Salako, 47, who is also known as Gee Salaq, are said to be involved in fraud amounting to over $10m.

According to reports, Toronto police arrested Ogundana and Omitiran during an investigation which began in 2016.

These four are at the center of a riveting police investigation of frauds running into several millions of dollars. Sources say they spend monies gotten from their fraudulent activities to live lavish lifestyles.

Items seized during the investigation include 37 stolen credit cards, hundreds of pieces of presumably stolen mail, and a number of notebooks containing the personal information of at least 5,000 GTA residents.

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Luxurty wristwatch

Police also found $39,000 in cash, $310,000 worth of watches and about $390,000 worth of clothing, jewelry, accessories and liquor.

See some of the items recovered below:

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This sweater costs $10,000 
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World’s most expensive tiny bottle men’s cologne costs $1000

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Omitiran surrendered to police on April 27. He is charged with fraud of over $5,000; four counts of fraud under $5,000; two counts of identity theft; trafficking identity information; possession of credit cards obtained by crime; possession of proceeds of crime; and failure to comply with probation. He will appear in court on Friday.

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Police believe that Omitiran had ties to people with “legitimate” access to identity information. Those people, police allege, sold information to Omitiran. Police are trying to track down those people.

A warrant has been issued for Akintola; while Salako, who has been indicted by the United States Postal Inspection Service in Chicago under the name George Salako, is also wanted in the U.S.

Police claimed the four used funds from identity theft and fraud to fund a lavish lifestyle that included $10,000 crocodile skin shoes and $150,000 watches.

Items seized during the investigation include 37 stolen credit cards, hundreds of pieces of presumably stolen mail, and a number of notebooks containing the personal information of at least 5,000 GTA residents.

“Thousands of individuals across the GTA have had their information compromised,” said Det. Const. Mike Kelly.

80-year-old, wife, children arraigned for stealing food

An 80-year-old father, Musa Akano, his 45-year-old wife, Kehinde, their two children and one other person were on Wednesday brought before a Chief Magistrate’s Court, sitting in Iyaganku, Ibadan, Oyo State, for alleged burglary and stealing food items from a shop.

The accused were arraigned on four counts of conspiracy, burglary, stealing and receiving stolen goods.

The prosecutor, Shalewa Hammed, said the children of the couple – Musa, 17, and Idowu 11 – on May 8, 2017, conspired with the other accused, Azeez 17, to burgle a house on Ogunde Street, Apete, Ibadan, around 8pm to steal foodstuffs.

The prosecutor also said the accused broke into a shop belonging to Mrs. Olugbomi Jolade, to steal bags of rice, beans, beverages and other household items worth N34,700 on the same day.

He said the couple acted as criminal receivers who also specialised in selling stolen items.

“The offences committed by the accused contravened sections 517, 413, 390 and 427 of the Criminal Code, Cap 38, Vol. II, Law of Oyo State of Nigeria, 2000,” he stated.

The Chief Magistrate, Mrs. A. F. Richard, granted the accused bail in the sum of N50,000 with two sureties each in like sum.

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”No police has the right to extort or arrest you for using tinted glasses for your car”- Lagos PPRO

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Dolapo Badmus

Assistant Inspector General of Police, Zone 2 command, Adamu Ibrahim, has directed that police officers to stop arresting people for using vehicles with tinted glass.

The order was also confirmed by the Zonal Police P.R.O, SP Dolapo Badmus who relayed this message while speaking with Linda Ikeji Blog, saying that no police officer has the right to arrest anyone for using tinted glasses and they have been asked to stop demanding for renewal of tinted permit.

She however advised the public to get their tinted glass permit which is non renewable

Mercy Aigbe: Lanre Gentry Broke My Skull, Now On The Run, See the doctor’s report (pic)

Here’s a CT scan evidence provided by mercy AIgbe that proves that her husband broke her skull.

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Here’s what she wrote:

Why will a man who claims to love you, beat you to the extent of breaking your skull?………wat was my crime? @asiwajulanregentry you have to tell the world what my crime was?…… Now you are on the run!……. trying to connive with the police so I won’t get justice!!!!!!!…… lanre youcan run but you can’t hide, you can tell all the LIES in this world but trust me at the end of it all the TRUTH will prevail and I will get Justice……. People keep saying I shouldn’t talk and that I should think of our child………. but you keep threatening to kill me, why I don’t know!!!!!!!!!!!….. Now that you are conniving with the police I don’t feel safe and I have to cry out!………..
We were supposed to be in court this morning and you lied that you are on Admission and can’t be in court!
@asiwajulanregentry you on admission? God you can never stop LYING……..then again I ask you why are you afraid to come to court?
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BREAKING: Boko Haram frees 82 girls

Eighty-two out of the 250 Chibok girls that were kidnapped sometime in 2014 have been released.

Quoting a direct information allegedly obtained from “a top military source,” online medium,Sahara Reporters, said the girls, numbering 82 or thereabouts, were released after negotiations between the Islamist group and the Federal Government.

The medium wrote: “Our source revealed that the 82 girls who just regained their freedom are currently in Banki town in Borno State, awaiting airlift to an unknown destination.

“The source added that once the girls are secured in a new location, they would be debriefed, undergo psychological and medical test and then be reunited with their families.”

It may be recalled that Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls from the Borno town of Chibok in 2014; and since then, hundreds more women and children have been kidnapped, while several hundreds more people have been killed and farm lands ravaged by the terrorist group.

How Lagos prophet collected N70m ($175,000) three houses just to cure woman with fibroids!

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Pastor Femi and one of the houses

A pastor with a white garment church has been arrested by the Special Fraud Unit, Milverton, Ikoyi, Lagos, for allegedly collecting N70 million to treat a businesswoman of fibroid.

His arrest followed a complaint lodged by the victim’s husband, over allegation that Femi intended to eliminate him and take over his property. The businesswoman had been suffering from the ailment which defied medical treatment for 14 years, until she was introduced to Pastor Femi.

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One of the SUVs

Commissioner of Police in-charge of SFU, Mr. Ibrahim Lamorde, said:

“The prophet initially charged the woman N98k and he gave her some herbs, which stopped the bleeding for a while.

When the bleeding started again in 2014, she went back to the prophet, who brought in a new twist to the matter. He hypnotised her and convinced her that her husband was responsible for her problems. .

He convinced her that her husband was also after her children’s lives, accusing him of being a cultist and that the bleeding was the source of his money. The woman was asked to bring money for sacrifices and rituals.

She also built him a 5 bedroom duplex at Ojokoro area of Lagos and another in Ado-Ekiti, upon his request. The prophet also warned her to stop sleeping with her husband and instructed her and her children to give him 70% of the money the man gave them monthly.

For 3 years the prophet would come and sleep in the man’s house, without his knowledge. After his arrest, we discovered that one of his accounts had over N70m, paid in by the victim. We learned that the prophet has two other accounts.

The suspect had collected a chieftaincy title in Ekiti with the money. Also recovered were a Toyota Highlander and a Lexus GX 470 all bought for him by his victim. Femi proudly told us that he is a prophet and a native doctor and that he helped the woman and uses brain to collect money from her.

We have decided to bring this to the public domain to warn people about fraudsters, who hide under churches as prophets or pastors. We have saved this victim’s husband from death, as that would have been the next plan.”

Read how a man killed himself while taking selfies (pic)

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Dean Steele

A Scot has been knocked down and killed after apparently trying to take a selfie on a German motorway.

The man was named on social media as Dean Steele, from Uddingston, who was thought to have been 22.

He was with two friends when he was hit by a car on the A24 Autobahn in Gudow, near Hamburg, at about 11:40 on Sunday.

In a statement, police in the nearby city of Lubeck said witnesses reported seeing the three men taking “cell phone pictures of themselves”.

Mr Steele was hit by an Audi A6 being driven by a 73-year-old man.

The three men had stayed in Hamburg before travelling to the area by train.

Police said they may have been drinking before the accident.

The identity of the dead man has not been formally released, but a spokesman for the Foreign Office said relatives were aware of his death.

The spokesman added: “We are supporting the family of a British man who sadly died in Germany on 30 April and are in contact with the local authorities.”

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