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My Sister Died From HIV Complications, Physical Abuse From Senator Abbo, Woman Claims




There is definitely more trouble for Senator Elisha Abbo.

A woman identified as Judith Ojukwu from Awka-Etiti, Anambra State is alleging the embattled Senator Abbo of being culpable in the death of her sister, Eucharia Ojukwu.

According to Judith, her sister who was allegedly married to Senator Abbo died from complications arising from HIV and physical abuse in the hands of the Senator.

On Monday, July 9, she opened up about the painful death of her sister, adding that it was time to shade some light on the character of Senator Abbo.

Stating that Senator Abbo’s not guilty plea in court concerning his assult of a nursing mother in a sex shop in Abuja showed he still didn’t have God in him, adding that she decided to open up as her silence was amounting to victory for the embattled Senator.

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See what she wrote below:

“Mr Cliff Ishaku, you have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds. Hope you are ready because the finger my God is pointing out on you wont go down anytime soon” she wrote, adding that she has more to say anout tge Senator’s sordid past.

“22nd July they said right? It’s about time I start lashing this idiot bcos my silence has made him feel superior. God pass man! Have held it in for so long now, Mr cliff ishaku, you know what I’m capable of & have known that I’m your greatest fear. Today you pleaded not guilty, that shows you still don’t have the fear of God in you till date. I’ve been your greatest nightmare & trust me, my silence wasn’t a sign of weakness. It was just me leaving it all to God Almighty & as His ways are not ours, years after the untime God who is never late showed up to expose your true identity to not only Nigerians but the entire world. Cliff, I will lash the truth about you & you know I don’t rant. The truth will eventually come to light bcos you are & have always been an animal in human skin.”

See Judith’s old and new posts:

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"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" - "You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -


"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -

"You have from your actions awakened and bruised my already healing wounds" -


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  1. Baban Abba

    July 11, 2019 at 12:54 pm

    Where were you when that incidents btwn the senator and your sister happened? why do u find now as the appropriate time to expose an issue of past 2yrs or more. Fear only God and don’t be sponsored by his political opponent to spoil his name at all cost. You might be a victim tomorrow.

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Force Provost Marshal Sacks Officers From Barracks




The Force Provost Marshal has sacked Police officers living in Traffic Training School Barracks, Ikeja, Lagos.

This follows a memo dated February 24, 2020, asking them to evacuate in about a month’s time.

Police officers and their families risk homelessness as they have been ordered to evacuate the barracks

The memo issued by the Force Provost Marshal and signed by an Assistant Commissioner of Police, Ajewole Adebayo stated that they will be forcefully evicted if they do not leave on March 31.

“You are by this letter directed to quit the Staff Quarters and Hostels of the Traffic Training School, Ikeja –an advance Traffic wing of Police College, Ikeja, not later than March 31, 2020.

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“You should note that your staying on the premises is illegal. If you fail to vacate the premises before the said date, you will be forcibly ejected and further disciplinary action will follow,” the momo read.


Meanwhile, affected officers have revealed that the apartments were duly allocated to them contrary to the provost’s claim.

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According to them, they were not given genuine reasons for the imminent ejection. The situation is set to

render the officers and their families homeless, as they have revealed that they have nowhere to go with their families in such a short time.

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Lagos State Governor Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu has congratulated the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu on his 68th birthday.

Sanwo-Olu in a message signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Gboyega Akosile, described the former governor of Lagos State as, a pathfinder, a visionary leader and rare mentor, who has contributed in no small measure to the socio-political and economic development of Lagos and Nigeria as a whole.

In his word, Governor Sanwo-Olu said, ‘‘what do you say about a man of many parts on the occasion of his birthday? A visionary, a leader, with exceptional abilities in different areas of human endeavours. Indeed his achievements are almost impossible to capture in a single book, not to say in  a mere statement.

‘‘Asiwaju as pathfinder, navigated and charted the developmental course of modern Lagos, raised the bar of governance and public service in the State.’’

The statement further described Asiwaju as ‘‘welfarist, a cheerful giver and an epitome of humility and humanity.

‘‘Asiwaju’s strength lies in his firm belief in a united and indivisible Nigeria that is devoid of religious and ethnic bigotry. This has enabled him to provide the right leadership, made the right decision in the overall interest of the country most of  time.’’

Describing the Jagarban Borgu as an astute politician, Sanwo-Olu said, ‘‘it is no news to the world that the story of Nigeria’s democracy today would be told without Asiwaju’s name boldly written in gold.’’

He wished Nigeria’s political leader a birthday full of joy, even as the country and the rest of the world battle the ravaging COVID-19.

He said: ‘‘as you march on to higher pedestal in life, may the Amighty go with you every step of the way and support you to accomplish more in the service of humanity’’.

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…Governor Signs Infectious Diseases Regulation 2020 Into Law To Legalise Restrictions

Lagos State Government, on Friday, opened 50 neighbourhood food markets across the State to serve as makeshift groceries for residents to buy food items, as confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) increases the chance of possible stringent measures.

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, in a briefing on Friday, disclosed that the initiative was necessary, hinting that the State Government may take “tougher decisions” if the confirmed cases of coronavirus surpass the threshold set by the State.

Sanwo-Olu said that there had been a “strange trend” recorded by the State in its response to the viral epidemic, hinting that some of the new infections showed Lagos may be entering a phase of community transmission of the disease.

The establishment of the neighbourhood food markets was a follow-up to the creation of 10 food banks strategically positioned across the State, which is targeted at feeding over 200,000 vulnerable households that earn daily wage to feed.

He said: “We have started to see a trend that suggests we may be entering the phase of community transmission of the disease. I’m response to this, we are formally launching our Neighborhood Markets scheme. We have 50 large public-school premises across the State that can accommodate temporary open markets where we will have essential food items and household items available for sale at affordable rates.

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“These Neighborhood Markets will operate every two days, and will help achieve a number of goals that are all in line with the guidelines of the health authorities. The markets will reduce journey times for the residents. By extension, it reduce the time people will spend in public and will also help to maintain social distancing requirements.”

The Governor also signed the Lagos State Infectious Diseases Regulation 2020 into law to give legal backing to the ongoing enforcement of restrictive measures being taken by the State Government to contain the spread of the virus.

The regulation, Sanwo-Olu said, prescribes stringent penalties to defaulters of directives and guidelines issued by the Government to stop community transmission of COVID-19.

As cases of COVID-19 surges, Sanwo-Olu said he would not rule out possible lockdown of the State in the coming days, urging the residents to brace for tougher measures. The Governor, however, said the treatment and management of the confirmed cases at Infectious Disease Hospital (IDH) had not overwhelmed the State.

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Going by the nature of spread of the virus in other countries, the Governor said every human was at risk of contracting the disease, stressing that the response strategy to defeat the pandemic required collective effort and cooperation of residents.

“I have said again and again that this fight is a collective one; we are all in it together,” he said.

Sanwo-Olu praised President Muhammadu Buhari for his leadership and support of the effort by Lagos Government to stop the epidemic. He said the release of N10 billion grant to the State was a recognition of Lagos as epicentre of COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

He also appreciated the contributions of members of the organised private sector that supported the State’s effort by donation of cash, medical equipment and building of isolation centres.

The Governor said efforts were ongoing to halt community transmission, revealing that agents of the Government had already started state-wide fumigation. This, he said, would be followed up by mass sensitisation and advocacy to disseminate information to residents at the grassroots.

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