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16 Nude Videos Found In Suspended UNICAL Dean’s Phone – Witness

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A forensic and intelligence analyst with the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, Bwaigu Fungo, said the suspended Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Calabar, Cyril Ndifon, forwarded the videos sent by a witness, TKJ, to another number.

He also said in total, 16 nude videos were extracted from Ndifon’s phone, adding that only three belonged to TKJ.

TKJ is a diploma of law graduate whose name was withheld based on the order of the court to protect her.

She had in her testimony stated that Ndifon demanded oral sex and her virginity in exchange for admission into the full LLB programme.

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TKJ also accused the suspended dean of forcing her to give him oral sex in front of her hostel inside his car.

Ndifon is standing trial for alleged sexual harassment and gratification against TKJ and others.

Also, joined in the matter is his lawyer, Sunny Anyanwu who was alleged to have called TKJ, urging her to shun the ICPC’s invitation.

At the resumed trial on Monday at the Federal High Court in Abuja, Fungo who is the fourth witness, said Ndifon forwarded TKJ’s nude videos to another number which ends with 617.

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Fungo said, “We observed that the videos received were forwarded to another subscriber. What I mean is that the nude videos sent by TKJ to the professor were sent to another number. That number ends with 617. There was also a video sent by TKJ and another phone was used to record the video while being played on the phone. ”

He said in total, 16 nude videos were extracted from Ndifon’s phone, adding that only three belonged to TKJ.

“A total of 16 nude videos were extracted from his phone among which TKJ sent three,” Fungo said.

The witness told the court that one of the nude videos was sent on September 26, 2023, following a request from the suspended dean.

Fungo added that the WhatsApp chats were done over the internet and showed requests and receipts of nude videos.

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Under cross-examination by the defendant’s counsel, Joe Agi, (SAN) he was asked if the nude videos displayed in court were done voluntarily.

Fungo responding said that based on the forensics analysis, the nude videos were not voluntarily sent.

“Based on our analysis, the act of TKJ was involuntarily done,” the analyst said.

Agi demanded that the nude videos be played again for the analyst to confirm whether TKJ was moving her body in the clip but Fungo said there was a movement.

My lord, there was movement,” he said.

Agi asked for an adjournment to continue his cross-examination of Fungo.

He also applied that the Nigerian Correctional Service should take the second defendant to the hospital for adequate treatment and return him to custody pending the perfection of his N50m bail.

The trial judge, Justice James Omotoso, granted the oral application and adjourned till February 14 to continue the hearing.

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Edo Police Parade 21 Suspects Over Alleged Murder, Cultism, Pipeline Vandalism

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No fewer than 21 suspects were on Tuesday paraded by the Nigeria police, Edo State Command, for alleged robbery, unlawful possession of fire arms, murder, cultism, illicit drugs, economic sabotage and pipeline vandalism.

Parading the suspects at the Command headquarters, Benin City, the Commissioner of Police, Edo State Command, Mr. Funsho Adegboye, said the suspects were arrested at different parts of the state for various crimes.

Among the suspects were Ovie Samuel (46), Stanley Itota (45), Felix Oputi (46), Kadiri Hassan (45) and Alex Akaeze, who were arrested for being in possession of 1,080 kilograms of ICE (hard drug), worth ₦20, million street value.

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Adegboye described successes recorded by operatives of the different units of the Command in the last two weeks as “a season of harvest of criminals.”

“This has been a season of harvest of criminals. the suspects were arrested within a period of two weeks and all this is done to make Edo safe for the citizens to carry out businesses in the state,” he said.

Meanwhile, CP Funsho Adegboye has advised parents to warn their children, especially university students, to avoid being used by unscrupulous politicians.

He gave the warning ahead of the commencement of governorship electioneering.

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“We want to implore members of the public to please warn their wards, especially young people, especially university students.

“Our youths should be discouraged, they should not be used as tools in the hands of some unscrupulous politicians.

“Like I advised the executive members of the Students’ Union of the University of Benin, the people that are making use of them, their own children are not around, so why would they want to get involved,” he said.

Adegboye, who commended the people of the state for supporting the police, appealed to all stakeholders to continue to give useful information to enable the police to fight crimes and criminality in the state.

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JUST IN: Aircraft Belonging To Dana Air Skids Off Lagos Airport Runway

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An aircraft belonging to Dana Air has skidded off the runway in Lagos State.

Details about the incident are still unclear as of the time of filing this report.; however, a source confirmed to our correspondent that no casualties were recorded.

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Cable Theft Soldiers Dismissed

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The Nigerian Army has dismissed two soldiers accused of stealing armoured cables at the Dangote Refinery in Lagos State.

The soldiers, Corporal Innocent Joseph and Lance Corporal Jacob Gani, were arrested while moving out of the facility with 897 armoured cables cut to size.

Director Army Public Relations, Major General Onyema Nwachukwu, who earlier described the action of the soldiers as “totally unacceptable and highly regrettable” confirmed their dismissal in a statement on Monday, April 22.

“In line with Nigerian Army’s (NA) commitment to upholding high standard of professionalism, integrity and discipline, the NA wishes to update the general public on the outcome of the investigation into the alleged theft of armoured cables at the Dangote Refinery premises on 14th April 2024, involving Corporal Innocent Joseph and Lance Corporal Jacob Gani,” the statement read.

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Sequel to a thorough investigation conducted in collaboration with the management of the company, the two soldiers were found to have abandoned their duty post and to be in unauthorized possession of the materials.

“Subsequently, they were both charged for Failure to Perform Military Duties punishable under section 57, sub section (1) and Other Civil Offences punishable under section 114, sub section (1) of the Armed Forces Act CAP A20, the Law of the Federation of Nigeria 2004. They were summarily tried.

“During the trial, the evidence against them was presented and they were given the opportunity to present their cases and defend themselves, but were however found guilty of the charges levelled against them in accordance with military laws.

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“As a demonstration of NA’s zero-tolerance for misconduct and criminality within its ranks, the two soldiers have been dismissed from the NA with immediate effect and handed over to relevant authorities for further prosecution.

“This decisive action underscores the NA’s resoluteness in maintaining its institutional integrity and reputation.

“The NA reassures the general public of its dedication to upholding integrity, discipline and accountability at all levels. We remain resolute in our duty to protect and serve the nation with honor and dignity.

“We urge the public to continue to support our efforts in safeguarding national security and promoting peace and stability across the nation.”

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