How 36-Year-Old Lady Was Electrocuted In Taraba

By Chris Udochukwu Report reaching Precise Post has it that a 36-year-old lady has been electrocuted to death in Jalingo, Taraba State capital.  The victim, identified as Jindori Ignatius of the Kona tribe, is said to have died while trying to plug her phone to charge when there was a power supply to the area. Her hands, charger, and phone were all partially burnt. The incident occurred Thursday evening at the Nukkai area of Jalingo, behind the Arrow of Deliverance Church. A brother of the victim John Ignatius revealed that the area has been facing issues with its power supply for four months now without any solution.

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I can’t accept what was not bargained for – May tell Yul Edochie

Wife of actor Yul Edochie, May, has insisted that sh cannot hate the father of her children, but insisted she can’t accept what was never bargained. She further said she can’t be cajoled into accepting polygamy, which she says goes against her beliefs, faith, and values. May’s reiteration of rejecting polygamy is a direct reply to the public apology her husband recently tendered to her over his decision to marry a second wife. Yul, who in April announced that he and fellow actor, Judy Austin, were married and had a son together, had on Wednesday took to his Instagram page to pen a long apology to his first wife, May for that action. Saying that he had apologised to May many times, the actor again appealed to his first wife for forgiveness and assured her that his action wasn’t to replace her. But reacting to the apology in an Instagram post on Friday night, May said she cannot hate the father of her children, but insisted she can’t accept what was never bargained. She wrote, “I strongly believe that mistakes are a …

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Wike takes Maeba to the cleaners over non-performance, Atiku alliance

By Chris Udochukwu Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, on Friday, took former senator representing Rivers South-East, Lee Maeba to the cleaners over his non-performance as Senator and unholy alliance with the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar. He also criticised him over his contributions to Ogoniland in spite of his closeness with Atiku as vice-president. Wike, who spoke at the commissioning of the Bori-Kono Road in the state, said as a minister, he had made several projects possible in his community. He added that as a governor, he was not only bringing development to his community but also to every other part of the state. “You (Maeba) were made a senator. Mention one project you brought to the people Of Ogoniland as a distinguished senator. When you were the senator, the presidential candidate of PDP was the Vice President and you said you are close to him. What project did you bring to Ogoniland? No, Ogoni, you people are here. “Senator Lee Maeba claimed, as a distinguished senator, he was one of the few senators that was …

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