Three Men Rob ATM Users Of N215,000 In Lagos.


Three men, identified as Biodun Aguda, Dapo Olanrewaju and Olalekan Abraham, have reportedly been charged with conspiracy and stealing after they allegedly robbed two men of their ATM cards and forced them to divulge their pin numbers in order to withdraw money from their accounts against their wishes.
According toDaily Post, the accused aged 30, 27 and 30, respectively, reside at different parts of Agege, a suburb of Lagos State.
Corporal Mike Unah, the Prosecutor, told the court that the accused committed the offences on September 20 at the Iju-Ishaga area of the state.
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Unah said:
“The trio conspired to forcefully collect the ATM cards and pin numbers of the complainants one Mr. Allen Sosu and Mr Tunde Fawehinmi and withdrew money from their accounts.
“The accused targeted their victims such that after the complainants finished using the ATM machine, they followed them and forcefully led them back to the ATM machine, compelling them to reveal their pins.
“The trio threatened to kill them if they refused to comply and withdrew N70, 000 from Sosu’s account and N145, 000 from Fawehinmi.
They plead not guilty!

PHOTOS VIDEO: Meet Man With Worlds Longest Fingernails He Hasnt Cut For 62 Years


An Indian man who has been growing his nails for more than six decades now plans to cut them off and give them to a museum.
Shridhar Chillal has been recognised by Guinness World Records as the person with the ‘Longest Fingernails on a Single Hand Ever’. He’s been growing the nails on his left hand since 1952 but now he is ready to say goodbuy to them.
At the moment, the most impressive is his thumbnail which measures 197,8 cm, then goes his middle finger with a 186,6cm curly nail, ring finger at 181,6cm, little finger at 179,1cm and index finger at 164,5cm – together they make an unbelievable 909,6cm.
When asked whether his nails affect his everyday life Chillal answered:“Initially, difficulties appeared everywhere in my daily life. My family really didn’t like it, no one would wash my clothes and I had to wash them by hand.
Finding a job was also difficult, as no one was ready to employ me. When I was to get married, no one was ready to marry me, I saw nearly 10 to 12 girls. If the girl agreed to marry, her parents would say I would strangle their daughter’s neck and refuse.”
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But now after beign recognized by Guinness World Records he couldn’t be happier:“I had achieved the biggest goal in my life. I can tell everyone now with pride about my record. When I am on my travels, people will recognise me as a Guinness World Records title holder.”

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Tanker Fire Burns 3 Trucks In Lagos | Kills 1.


A tanker fire has claimed the life of one and burnt three trucks at Oshodi area of Lagos, Southwest Nigeria.PM NEWSreports that the incident occurred around 1:45am on Tuesday by the NAFDAC office, Oshodi.
A fuel tanker loaded with 33,000 litres of Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, fell at a bend behind NAFDAC in Oshodi, spilling its content on the road, while an oncoming trailer, sensing danger stopped but a smaller truck thinking that the trailer was stationery tried to navigate by the trailer and with a spark from the vehicle’s silencer, fire broke out.
General Manager, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, LASEMA, Michael Akindele toldPM NEWSthis morning that the spark from the smaller truck’s silencer ignited the fire.
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He said that a man trying to scoop fuel from the spillage was burnt to death, while the drivers of the three vehicles escaped unhurt.
Akindele said the three trucks were burnt by the fire but that the efforts of LASEMA officials, fire service men prevented the fire from spreading and causing more damage.
He said his men, LASTMA officials and others were still on ground trying to remove the burnt vehicles from the highway. Akindele warned Lagosians to be careful of scooping fuel whenever a tanker spilled its content as they would never know when it would result to fire, lamenting that the life loss could have been prevented if the man had not attempted to scoop fuel from the spillage.