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22-Year-Old Man On The Run After Stabbing Elder Brother To Death




Nigeria – A 22-year-old man identified as Alfred Julius is currently on the run after allegedly stabbing his elder brother to death in Sabuwar Takur area of Dutse, Jigawa state’s capital.

The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), ASP Lawan Shiisu confirmed that a manhunt has been launched for the suspect who took to his heels after allegedly stabbing his 30-year older brother, identified as Augustine Julius, on Jan. 5, 2022.

Shiisu said;

“On Jan. 5, 2022, at about 2200hrs, information was received by the police that there was a wounded victim taken to Rashid Shekoni Teaching Hospital, Dutse, who died while receiving treatment.

“On receipt of the report, policemen swung into action and moved to the hospital.

“Same date at about 1900hrs, his two sons, Alfred Julius, 22, the suspect and his elder brother, Augustine Julius, 30, the deceased, were involved in a fight.

“That during the fight, Alfred stabbed Augustine with a knife in multiple places, as a result of which he sustained grievous injuries and died while receiving treatment.”

The doctor on duty confirmed the victim dead and a postmortem was conducted on the body. Shiisu also said relatives of the victims are assisting the police with vital information that can lead to Alfred’s arrest.

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Woman On United Airlines Flight Woke To Find Man Fondling Her Breast




A woman in the US travelling on a United Airlines flight awoke to find another passenger allegedly fondling her breast, according to federal officials.

Court documents say the woman had been travelling from Las Vegas to Washington when she fell asleep on the flight.

She then woke up to find Ivan Lopez Jr, 26, ‘rubbing her right breast’, with prosecutors saying she shouted: “Get away from me.”

Lopez Jr then got up and went to the back of the plane and admitted to a flight attendant that he had ‘sexually assaulted’ the woman sitting next to him’.

The flight attendant immediately moved him from the 12th row to the 21st row in order to keep him away from the female passenger.

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Officials said in a statement: “According to court documents, it is alleged that Lopez was a passenger on a commercial flight from Las Vegas McCarran International Airport to Washington Dulles International Airport on December 24, 2021.

“During the flight, the passenger seated next to Lopez fell asleep. The indictment alleges that she awoke to Lopez repeatedly rubbing her right breast.

“When the passenger opened her eyes, she allegedly observed Lopez leaning over her and his right hand was placed on her right breast.

“The passenger allegedly yelled at Lopez and he moved to the back of the aircraft, where he allegedly admitted to a flight attendant that he sexually assaulted the woman.”

Lopez Jr now faces a charge of abusive sexual contact aboard an aircraft, and if convicted could be jailed for up to two years.

The victim told an FBI agent that Lopez Jr touched her for around 10 seconds, an affidavit in the case states.

She also said that the contact he made with her was ‘not accidental’, while a flight attendant said Lopez admitted to groping the woman and ‘further stated that he thought was in trouble and that he was sorry’.

Lopez Jr told the FBI that ‘he wanted to get the woman’s attention by poking her on her right shoulder, so that he could ask her what she was listening to through her headphones’, also claiming that turbulence caused him to ‘accidentally’ touch her breast, the affidavit states.

LADbible has reached out to United Airlines for comment.

According to the US Department of Justice, another man was recently charged for a separate incident aboard a flight also headed for Washington Dulles International Airport.

On 2 December, Elias Fethamlk, 40, ‘knowingly interfered with a flight attendant’s duties by disregarding the flight attendant’s instructions and assaulting the flight attendant.

He had been travelling from Dublin, Ireland, on board an Ethiopian Airlines flight when the incident took place.

If convicted, Fethamlk faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison.

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SA minister denies apologising to President Cyril Ramaphosa 



Lindiwe Sisulu

South Africa’s Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has denied apologising to the president for her criticism of the judiciary.

It came after the presidency said on Thursday that President Cyril Ramaphosa had met Ms Sisulu this week where she had apologized and retracted her “hurtful comments”.

But Ms Sisulu said she “categorically” disowned the statement as “a misrepresentation of the meeting I had with the president”.

She said she stood by her remarks, had offered no apology and that the content of the president’s statement was unfortunate.

In an interview with state broadcaster SABC, her spokesman Steve Motale further said the minister had expected more engagement with the president and was shocked by the statement.

The presidency has said it stands by its statement.

In a recent article published by the media, Ms Sisulu wrote that some judges were “mentally colonised Africans”.

She also said the constitution had failed to improve the lives of black South Africans living in poverty.

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Mozambique searches for six missing in Zambezi river



Zambezi river

Mozambique has set up more teams to help in the search for six missing people after a vessel sank in the River Zambezi earlier this week in the western province of Tete.

The teams are drawn from the national disaster organization, the maritime administration, marine forces and local fishermen.

It came after a search and rescue team was unable to locate the missing people for a couple of days because of the strong currents in the big river.

On Thursday, the search spread to other districts in Tete and the central Sofala province.

An official appealed to fishermen and people living downstream to report to the authorities in case they find bodies in the river.

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