Accused man rapes 5 year old daughter to death

TVC E. A Russian man is facing trial for allegedly killing his five year old adopted daughter, but before then he brutally beat the child before raping her.  The toddler later died from severe internal bleeding caused by the fractured organs. The man, identified only as Denis, from the village of 's Lipetsk region, is said to only have stopped beating the disabled toddler once she started bleeding heavily. Doctors said she died from massive internal injuries and blood loss. A police spokesman said: "The autopsy results said the girl died from internal bleeding caused by the fracture of internal organs. Denis has admitted his guilt. He has been detained." The girl was adopted by Denis and his wife from an orphanage. The couple already have four children of their own. Authorities said the injuries sustained by the little girl were so severe that it might not have been the first time she was assaulted. Meanwhile the couple's four...

1,800 inmates in 638 capacity prison, says Controller

TVC E, NEWS - The Controller, Enugu Maximum Security Prison, Alloy Uchenwa has disclosed that the 638 capacity prison built in 1915 now houses 1,800 inmates. The Controller made this known when Enugu State Chief Judge, Innocent Umezulike, visited the prison on a decongestion mission on Monday. Uchenwa said: “Due to this problem, the under-aged inmates are kept with much older and hardened criminals”, Uchenwa added. He said the chief judge’s mission would contribute to decongesting the three prisons in Enugu, Oji-River and Nsukka. The controller called on government, NGOs, FBOs, CSOs and well-meaning Nigerians, to re-activate the Institution for Juveniles at Hill-top, Ngwo. Earlier, Umezuluike explained that the annual exercise was aimed at ensuring that criminal cases were not over delayed and to release cases not qualified to be in court. “Our mission is to ensure that those who have overstayed are released and we shall try our best to meet the demand”, he said. He said...

We Won’t Provide Sureties For Metuh –Jalo PDP Leader

TVC NEWS : The national PDP Leader has said that it will not provide sureties for its National Publicity Secretary, Chief Oliseh Metuh. The party said Chief Oliseh Metu should look for those who would stand as sureties for him since he was being prosecuted for offences that has nothing to do with it the party.   The PDP national leader, Alhaji Abdullahi Jalo, has said, it would be wrong for anyone to be expecting the party to provide sureties for Metuh when the party did not benefit from the money he allegedly collected from the former National Security Adviser, Lt Col. Sabo Dasuki (retd.). Though Metuh said he actually collected the money, he said it was for a job he did for former President Goodluck Jonathan, facing charges for allegedly collecting N400m from Dasuki, an offence the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission described as money laundering. He is also being prosecuted by the...

PDP won’t provide sureties for Metuh –Jalo

[caption id="attachment_7410" align="alignleft" width="300"] Olisa Metuh, PDP Spokesperson[/caption] TVCE (POLITICS) - The embattled national Publicity secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, Olisa Metuh, may spend more days in the prison. This is because the national leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party has said that it will not provide sureties as required in his bail conditions. The party said since Metuh was being prosecuted for offences that have nothing to do with it, its embattled spokesperson should look for those who would stand as sureties for him. Speaking to Journalists in Abuja on Friday, deputy National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Abdullahi Jalo said that it would be wrong for anyone to be expecting the party to provide sureties for Metuh when the party did not benefit from the money he allegedly collected from the former National Security Adviser, Lt Col. Sabo Dasuki (retd.). [caption id="attachment_7411" align="alignleft" width="300"] Olisa Metuh, PDP Spokesperson and Prison officers in...

Gowon’s son returns to Nigeria after 22yrs in U.S prison

TVCE [ABUJA] - The son of former military Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon, Musa Jack Ngonadi is back in the country after spending 22 years in a California prison. The 47-year-old son of Gowon was reported to have arrived Nigeria on January 1, after he was released last year on a state pardon granted by President Barack Obama after spending 22 years in jail, according to Naij.com. Musa was living in the United States with his mother, the late Edith Ike Okongwu, when he was arrested on November 18, 1992 at the age of 23, by agents of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the United States Customs Service for conspiring to import in excess of one kilogramme of heroin. He was sentenced to 40 years in prison for smuggling heroin, although Ngonadi protested vehemently through his legal team that he was innocent and was framed. However, while in the prison, he enrolled...