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Grandpa strikes wife with axe on her head for refusing reconciliation




A 78-year-old man from Gwanda has been arrested after he allegedly struck his estranged 79-year-old wife with an axe leaving her with severe wounds for refusing to reconcile with him following their separation.

Matabeleland South acting provincial police spokesperson Sergeant Stanford Mguni confirmed the incident which occurred last Monday at around 2PM in Zhokwe Village.

He said Bishop Sibanda followed his wife Mrs Agnes Sibanda to her family’s homestead and tried to persuade her to return with him to their matrimonial home.

After she refused Sibanda struck her with an axe once on the head and hit her with the axe handle several times on her back. Sgt Mguni said Mrs Sibanda was admitted to Gwanda Provincial Hospital where she was reported to be in a serious condition.

“I can confirm that we are investigating an attempted murder case which occurred in Zhokwe Village under Guyu area. Bishop Sibanda went to look for his wife Agnes Sibanda at her parents’ homestead where she was now staying following their separation,” he said.

“Sibanda requested his wife to return with him to their matrimonial home as they were still married but she refused. Sibanda became agitated and armed himself with an axe which was nearby and struck his wife once on the head and hit her with the axe handle several times on her back. Mrs Sibanda screamed for help and neighbours came to her aid and they restrained Sibanda.”

Sgt Mguni said the matter was reported to the police who attended the scene leading to Sibanda’s arrest. He said Mrs Sibanda was taken to Gwanda Provincial Hospital where she is admitted.


Woman strips n*ked in church, urinate on altar




A 39-year-old petty trader, Moji Aderibigbe, accused of stripping n-ked and pouring urine on the church altar, on Friday appeared in a Yaba Chief magistrates’ Court in Lagos.

Aderibigbe, who resides in Pedro Area of Lagos is charged with insult to a religion and disorderly conduct. The Police prosecutor, Sgt. Modupe Olaluwoye, told the court that the defendant committed the offence at 8 p.m. on May 13, at No. 49, Onabola St., Ladi-lak area of Bariga, Lagos.

Olaluwoye told the court that Mr Francis Osibowale, the pastor of the Firebrand Power Ministry, caught the defendant’s 15-year-old son vandalising church property. “My Lord, when Aderibigbe was told that the pastor had taken her son to the station, she took off her clothes inside the church building. “She also climbed the altar and began to urinate,” she said.

The offence, she said, contravened the provisions of sections 124 and 168 (a) of the Criminal Laws of Lagos State, 2011. After the charge was read to her, she pleaded not guilty.

The insult to religion carries two years jail term while disorderly conduct stipulates three months upon conviction, both with options of fine. The Chief Magistrate, Mrs Oluwatoyin Oghere, admitted the defendant to bail in the sum of N50,000 with two sureties in like sum.

Oghere ordered that the sureties must be gainfully employed and must show evidence of three years tax payment to the Lagos state government. She adjourned the case until May 22 for mention.


Serious flooding accompanied by fallen trees and electronic poles has trailed early morning rainfall in Lagos. 



 


Several parts of Lagos State, on Monday, experienced flooding, fallen trees and broken electric poles in the aftermath of the rainfall in the state.

 

According to the Twitter page of the Lagos State Emergency Response Agency, @lasemasocial, a tree fell on a car at Kingsway road, Ikoyi. It was reported that no life was lost in the incident.

 

It was also reported that another tree fell along Toyin Street in Ikeja.

 

Meanwhile, Twitter users have been sharing photos of the aftermath of the rainfall across the state.

 

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Woman who married a BRIDGE describes joy over 'strong and sturdy' husband




An Australian woman has relived her 'fairy tale' wedding to her 'handsome, strong and sturdy husband' - who happens to be a bridge in France.

Jodi Rose, originally from Sydney, married Le Pont du Diable - which translates to 'The Devil's Bridge' - on the Tech River in Ceret, southern France in 2013.

She fell in love with the 14th century stone structure while travelling the country, and they became husband and wife during a ceremony attended by 14 guests and blessed by the mayor of neighbouring town Saint-Jean-de-Fos.

Ms Rose said marrying the bridge 'felt beautiful'. 'I was really quite nervous... I felt like a bride. I got to have my princess wedding day,' she told Sunday Night.

She still proudly wears her wedding ring, and a custom, larger version made for the bridge sits wedged on the structure.

'I put a ring on it, baby... I mean you've seen him, he's very handsome, he's strong and sturdy and I thought, yes, this is someone I can really connect with, and who I feel can give me some grounding, Ms Rose said.

Writing on her blog at the time of her wedding, Ms Rose said she had travelled the world while recording a music project involving bridges when she decided Le Pont du Diable was 'The One'.

'He makes me feel connected to the earth and draws me to rest from my endless nomadic wanderings. He is fixed, stable, rooted to the ground, while I am nomadic, transient, ever on the road,' she wrote.

'He gives me a safe haven, brings me back to ground myself, and then lets me go again to follow my own path, without trying to keep me tied down or in thrall to his needs or desires. I am devoted to him.

'He understands that I love other bridges – and men – ours is a love that embraces the vagaries of life, as materialised in the swirling currents of the river that flows beneath his magnificent body.

'The Devil’s Bridge is everything I could desire in a husband – sturdy, trustworthy, sensual, kind and handsome.'

Their marriage is not legally recognised in France but Ms Rose claimed their union was strong.









A pastor has been called out by a beauty queen Jane Ali after he used the picture of her cousin for a fake testimony which he shared.


The Pastor identified as Kassy Chukwu Oritsejafor had claimed that he told the woman she will give birth to triplets which came to pass.


He wrote on Facebook;


“I told her last two years that she was going to give birth to triplets and she did, can u congratulate her.


Exposing the pastor as fraud, @donaccapela revealed that the photo was shared by a friend.


“So this pastor felt he needed to fool his followers to validate himself. So i have an Instagram friend @queen_jane_ali. Whom her aunt just gave birth to triplets so she decided to celebrate on instagram . Only for one fake pastor to carry her picture to his status and saying, i quote “i told her last two years, she is going to give birth to triplets. She gave birth to triplets. Etc” this pastor Kassy Chukwu Oritsejafor check his status at the moment on Facebook you will see. Imagine i am a baby Christian now and i see this. God would have lost a soldier!!! It is well. And he is busy celebrating it on his status.”


The beauty queen Jane Ali also called out the Pastor for stealing the photo of her cousins for his fake testimony. She wrote:


“Fake Pastor!!! I don’t know you!!! I’ve never met you!!! Mind you those kids are my little cousins!!! May God forgive you sir



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