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Teenager Machetes Council Chieftain

Posted by By Paul Sanusi on 2009/01/09 | Views: 335 |

Teenager Machetes Council Chieftain


Idris Moriamoh, a 14-year-old SS2 student of Gbaja High School, Surulere, has been detained by the police, for allegedly macheting the head of budget, Ayobo-Ipaja Local Council Development Area, Mr. Adeniyi Odutolu, on the head.

Idris Moriamoh, a 14-year-old SS2 student of Gbaja High School, Surulere, has been detained by the police, for allegedly macheting the head of budget, Ayobo-Ipaja Local Council Development Area, Mr. Adeniyi Odutolu, on the head.

The incident occurred on New Yearís eve, at Anjorin Street, Lawanson, during a disagreement between Moriamoh and Teniola, Mr. Odutoluís daughter, which had earlier been settled by neighbours.

P.M.News gathered that trouble started when Moriamohís mother, Mrs. Idris, confronted Mrs. Odutolu, Teniolaís mother, over the matter and this resulted in another round of fighting between the two mothers and their children.

Attempt by Mr. Odutolu to separate the two women resulted in his being macheted on the head by Moriamoh. The culprit, it was learnt, fled the scene immediately with members of her family.

Mr. Odutolu reported the matter to the police at Anjorin Street, Lawanson, and the culprit was arrested two days after, when she sneaked into the house to pack some of her belongings.

A twist was introduced to the matter when the complainant became the accused and was detained along with the other suspects accused of assault, by the police.

The officer-in-charge of the police post, DSP Okeke, said he used his discretion in detaining both parties overnight because he didnít want them to continue the fight in their homes. He later granted them bail and told them to report to the station daily for further investigation.

He also warned both parents to stop instigating their children against each other, and assured that Moriamoh would be made to learn a lesson from her action.

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Kim Worley(Greeley, Colorado, US)says...

I heard this in a song and had no idea what it meant. Googled it and this came up. Very Cool. ????????????????

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Obinna(Newark Nj)says...

I want to know more meaning and significant of this name obidike in igboland

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Olusola Okhiria Nee Sodunke(Newport, Newport, UK)says...

This is a great piece of history, which is dear to our hearts as people and very much appreciated.

Many thanks to the people who worked hard in the past and those who are still making efforts to keep the institution.

The labour is obviouly worth it. We are proud of you all.

A lot still to be done, with the motivation of the champions of this course, others will follow as well to maintain the institution

May God continue to keep the edifice for development of future generations to the glory of God and the benefits of our fatherland.

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Joel Efiong(Calabar, Nigeria)says...

This is a great piece. The examination bodies should hire you as ICT consultant.

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Sunday Mbe(Kaduna, Kaduna, Nigeria)says...

ULIMASI means' GOD,THANK YOU' not THANK GOD.