Man Forces Rolling Pin Inside His Wife “For Being Infertile” (Photos)

A 38 year old woman was left close to death after her “drunk” husband allegedly forced a 40cm rolling pin inside her causing massive internal injuries.
The woman, who has not been named was admitted to hospital in India on Christmas Day after complaining of severe abdominal pains and swelling.
Eventually a team of five doctors operated and were left horrified to find a rolling pin inside her intestines.
The woman claimed her husband often tortured her because she was infertile. He is now on the run after police launched an investigation.
Dr Kedar Singh Shahi, a general surgeon at the hospital said:
“We were very shocked. We did not expect anything like this. We could only see a shadow in the X-ray as wooden materials cannot be identified.
Amita Lokhani, vice-chairperson of NCW, said:
“The matter came to me a day after the operation. The woman was in a terrible condition when I first visited her. She was not only in pain but terrified to speak to anyone.
“I tried asking her what had happened but she did not say a word and kept crying. Her husband was present at the time.
“I continued visiting her for three days and eventually she opened up on the third day while her husband was away.
“She told me she was infertile and her husband often tortured her. On December 22 her husband came home drunk and tortured her again. In an act of brutality, he inserted the rolling pin into her body through anal region and threatened to kill her if she told anyone about it.
“He kept her locked in the house for two days until her condition worsened. He brought her to the hospital on December 25 however he went missing after we started investigating the matter.”
Dr Shahi added:
‘She came to us in a very poor state affected badly with septicemia. Her life was in grave danger but she is currently doing well and we’re positive she will make a recovery. She’s been a very brave lady.”

Fire Razes Lagos Island Market, Destroys Property, Goods Worth Millions Of Naira

A seven-storey building known as Brazas Plaza, located at the Balogun market extension in Lagos Island, was on Saturday gutted by fire, destroying goods, valuables and cash worth several millions of Naira.
The incident resulted in gridlock in most parts of the Island, as a large number of traders and passersby besieged the vicinity, to catch a glimpse of the inferno.
Confirming the incident, the Director, Lagos State Fire Service, Mr Rasak Fadipe, said that the fire started around 10.49 hours from the third floor of the building.
He added that six fire engines were immediately deployed to fight the inferno, saying that the cause of the incident had yet to be ascertained.
Fadipe, however, explained that the improper stocking and piling of textile products in bails in the shops, that probably blocked the air-conditioning vents may have triggered an electrical upsurge in the neighbourhood.
He lamented that a crowd of onlookers which immediately gathered in the area hindered the work of the firefighters.
Fadipe said fire engines from Sari-Iganmu, Isolo, Ilupeju, Alausa and the United Bank for Africa (UBA Plc) were able to bring the inferno under control and stop it from spreading to adjoining buildings after about three hours.
He added that there were no casualties in the incident and that the level of destruction would be evaluated later.

“My Wife, Smokes Like A Chimney– Husband Laments

I’m tired of our marriage, my wife is too troublesome and has become a pain in my neck, please separate us and let me have the custody of our baby.” This was the plea of one Tunde Daudu during the hearing of the suit he brought against his wife, Opeyemi Daudu, at the Ojo Oba/Mapo Grade C Customary Court, Mapo, Ibadan Oyo State.
Tunde had sued for a divorce on the ground that his wife was stubborn, never listened to him and always sought for every opportunity to fight him.
“I married my wife five years ago and our union is blessed with a female child who is three years old. But I’ve not known peace since we got married. “My wife disrespects me and never listens to me. She challenges my authority in the home and flouts whatever instruction I give her.
“Whenever she misbehaves and I table her faults before her she would tell me to do my worst and this, sometimes, lead to a fight,” he told the court.
President of the court,Chief Ademola Odunade, while listening to him asked if the allegations were his only reasons for suing for a divorce and he answered, “no”.
“My wife also smokes, She smokes like a chimney. “Since my job often takes me away from home, I decided that my wife and our baby move to my mum’s place. “It was my mum who informed me that my wife was always in the habit of sneaking to the back of the house to smoke cigarette. And this she does everyday,” he said.
According to her, this act is known to her neighbours also.
“I was stunned when I heard this and I asked her. After persuading her for long, she confessed to me that she smokes because she feels lonely since I travel often. “She later left for Lagos leaving our baby with my mother. She came back one day for the baby and carried her to her mother’s place without my consent or my mother’s knowledge.
“Since then it has been difficult seeing the child. Anytime she sights me coming to visit the baby, she hides her from me. This went on until a day I insisted I must see the child. Things turned rough and we fought. “Her mother later came with a policeman to arrest me and my mother with the allegation that I stole her N30,000 the day her daughter and I fought in her home.
“My lord, I’ve faced enough embarrassment. I’m through with this union, please separate us,” he concluded.
The defendant, Opeyemi Daudu, who was reprimanded by the judge for laughing while the plaintiff was talking, denied the allegations levelled against her by her husband.
“My husband is a liar, I have never smoked in my life,” she said.
The woman, who also expressed her readiness to have her marriage to the plaintiff terminated, said,
”My husband abandoned me and our baby in my mother’s place for two years not caring about our welfare. “Our child was with my mother-in-law for a certain period, throughout all this time, she failed to give her proper care.
“There was a day I went to her place to see my baby. I met my baby in front of the house in the rain. I went in and saw there was no one at home. I carried my baby and left for my mum’s house. “My husband later came with some of his friends to my mum’s house and broke bottles all over the place. They stabbed my mother with broken bottle and destroyed her property.
“My elder sister and I were also stripped naked, beaten to a pulp and left in the pool of our blood.Her handset was also destroyed. “In the course of the fight, my mother’s N30,000, which she kept with me was stolen by my husband . The money was meant for her firewood business.
“I kept the money in a small plastic bag and hid it in my bra, but it fell off when Tunde tore my bra. He picked the money and went away with it. “My mother later reported him to the police. He denied stealing the money and he’s yet to make a refund. “I’m tired of his frequent beatings and public disgrace, I therefore agree to a divorce,” she stated.
After listening to the two parties, the president of the court, observed that there was no more love between the two. He, therefore, dissolved the union and offered the custody of the three-year-old child to the mother.
The court also ruled that the plaintiff should be responsible for the feeding, schooling, healthcare and general welfare of the baby.

(FA CUP)!! Manchester United 4-0 Reading (RESULT)

Wayne Rooney equalled Sir Bobby Charlton’s all-time goalscoring record for Manchester United as the defending champions beat Reading 4-0 to reach the fourth round of the FA Cup.
The captain returned from a thigh strain to inspire the Red Devils to a dominant victory over the Championship outfit, who are managed by former United defender Jaap Stam.
Rooney opened the scoring after sevenminutes with his 249th goal in all competitions for United, meaning he is now just one strike away from setting a new all-time record.
Anthony Martial doubled United’s lead with a cool finish before Marcus Rashford found the back of the net twice late on, with his second coming via a howler from goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi.

Diezani Forfeits $153M To Nigerian Government

Former Nigerian oil minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke temporarily forfeited $153.3 million to the Nigerian government on Friday, January 6, 2017.
This was sequel to an order by a Federal High Court in Lagos.
The seized money, according to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission was stolen from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and stashed in three banks in Nigeria, in US dollars and Naira.
Out of the loot, N23.4 billion was kept in Sterling Bank Plc. The sum of N9.08 billion was kept in First Bank Plc and $5m in Access Bank Plc.
Justice Muslim Hassan, who gave the order, gave Sterling Bank and any other interested party 14 days to appear before him to prove the legitimacy of the monies, failing which the funds would be permanently forfeited to the Federal Government of Nigeria
The judge made the order in favour of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission which appeared before him today with an ex parte application seeking the temporary forfeiture of the funds.
In a nine-paragraph affidavit by by EFCC investigator, Moses Awolusi and filed in support of the ex parte application, the anti-graft agency discovered how sometime in December 2014 Diezani invited a former Managing Director of Fidelity Bank Plc, Nnamdi Okonkwo, to her office. There they hatched the plan of how $153,310,000 would be moved from NNPC to Okonkwo to be saved for Diezani.
Diezani, according to Awolusi, instructed Okonkwo to ensure that the money was “neither credited into any known account nor captured in any transaction platforms” of Fidelity Bank.
Okonkwo accepted and implemented the deal leading to the movement of $153,310,000 from NNPC to Fidelity Bank.
He averred further that two former Group Executive Directors of Finance and Account of NNPC, B.O.N. Otti and Stanley Lawson, helped Diezani to move the cash from NNPC, Abuja to the headquarters of Fidelity Bank in Lagos.
Awolusi said in a desperate bid to conceal the source of the money, Okonkwo, upon receiving it, instructed the Country Head of Fidelity Bank, Mr. Martin Izuogbe, to take $113,310,000 cash out of the money to the Executive Director, Commercial and Institutional Bank, Sterling Bank Plc, Lanre Adesanya, to keep.
He said the remaining $40m was taken in cash to the Executive Director, Public Sector Accountant, First Bank, Dauda Lawal, to keep.
The investigator said out of the $113,310,000 handed over to Adesanya, a sum of $108,310,000 was invested in an off balance sheet investment using Sterling Asset Management Trustees Limited.
The money was was subsequently converted into N23.4 billion and saved in Sterling Bank.
Awolusi said the EFCC had recovered the N23.4bn in draft and had registered it as an exhibit marked, EFCC 01.
The investigator said the EFCC had also recovered another $5m out of the money kept with the Managing Director of Access Bank Plc, Mr. Herbert Wigwe.
He said the $5m was recovered in draft and had been registered as an exhibit marked, EFCC 02.
According to him, First Bank’s Executive Director, Lawal had similarly converted the $40m kept with him to N9,080,000,000.
Awolusi, however, said the EFCC had recovered that also in draft and registered it as Exhibit EFCC 03.
Moving the ex parte application today, the EFCC lawyer, Mr. Rotimi Oyedepo, urged Justice Hassan to order the temporary forfeiture of the funds to the Federal Government and to order Sterling Bank and Lawal, who were joined as defendants in the application, as well as any other interested parties, to appear in court within two weeks to show cause why the funds should not be permanently forfeited to the Federal Government.
Oyedepo, who said the application was brought pursuant to Section 17 of the Advance Fee Fraud and Other Related Offences Act No. 14, 2006 and Section 44(2)(‘) of the 1999 Constitution, said granting the application was in the best interest of justice.
Justice Hassan granted the order and adjourned till January 24, 2016 for the respondents to appear in court to show cause why the funds should not be permanently forfeited to the Federal Government of Nigeria.

My Husband Leaves Me At Night To Sleep N*ked In His Own Mother’s Bed – Woman Shares Shocking Story

The woman shared her story in a note she wrote to popular relationship expert, Joro Olumofin.
According to her, she has noticed a really strange thing which her husband does sometimes.
She revealed that problem started when the man’s mother came to live with them temporarily. Her husband would then steal out of her bed at night n*ked to sleep in his mother’s bed.
This has, undoubtedly, left her really devastated and confused especially when she saw the a liquid stain on his boxers.

Below is how she told the story:

Arsenal Boss Wenger Gives Update On Sanchez Contract Talks

Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger, has revealed that Alexis Sanchez has told him he wants to stay at the club and it is just down to agreeing on money.
The Chile forward has been linked with a move away from the Emirates, as talks continue to stall over a new contract.
Wenger has however said the player wants to stay and the situation will be resolved soon.
“It always starts with money, it finishes with money and in-between the players want to stay or want to go,” he told beIN SPORTS.
“When the players want to stay it’s easier to find an agreement. We can certainly find an agreement. You cannot put the club in jeopardy as well for the players.
“I think no matter what happens we’ll try to keep them and we’ll go as high as we can and if we cannot go further, we cannot go further. That’s basically it. That’s the way you have to manage a football club.
“Alexis Sanchez is a committed player who wants to stay. I’m convinced we’ll find an agreement. It has to be in our potential.
“We are not scared to spend the money, and we are not scared to show the players we love them and we want them to earn big money but we have to have a line of conduct.
“What is absolutely fantastic for the players today is the club for me is about identity, about values and we have as well to work from that.”