[MUST READ] Are You in an Unhealthy Relationship?

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Do you feel like you are in a wrong relationship?
Both women and men stay in unhealthy
relationships without realizing it. However,
women are more likely to stay in a wrong
relationship. Women are weaker and often
abused by their partners. You don’t feel like an
equal partner and you are not allowed to do
anything without his permission. You feel stuck
in your life and happiness is something
unreachable to you. I think I can help you. We
all want well-adjusted and healthy relationships,
right? So, let’s explore some of the most
obvious signs of an unhealthy relationship so
that you can know if you’re in one.
1. You don’t trust each other
Do you trust your man when he goes out by
himself? Do you read his emails each day? This
is not a healthy relationship, ladies, it’s actually
an unhealthy one. If your partner is a control

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NAPTIP rescues 281 Victims of Human Trafficking in 6 months


The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons and other Related Matters (NAPTIP) says its Lagos Zonal Office has rescued 281 persons trafficked between January and July.

The agency also said it reunited 252 victims of human
trafficking with their families after conducting a
surveillance and investigation on their families.

Mr Joseph Famakin, Commander, Lagos Zone, made
the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency
of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Lagos.

“We have rescued 281 victims of human trafficking
from January till date.

“We have also reunited 252 victims with their families
after conducting a surveillance and investigation
about their families.

“The agency must ensure that the victims are going
back to the right people to avoid such a situation
again,’’ he said.

The commander said that NAPTIP Shelter where
rescued victims were kept for rehabilitation had
ensured that they were re-integrated into the society.


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17-year-old Student in Court for Attempted Rape on a 2-year-old baby


A teenage boy, who allegedly attempted to rape a
two-year-old girl in a toilet, was on Wednesday
arraigned before an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court.

The 17-year-old student, who lives with his pastor at
Akinsola Street, Dopemu, a suburb of Lagos, is facing
a charge of attempt to commit rape.

The prosecutor, Insp. Racheal Williams, told the court
that the offence was committed on July 29 at the
accused’s residence.

“The mother of the victim, a two-year-old, heard her
daughter’s cry and traced where she was.

“She found her inside the toilet with the accused and
with semen on her daughter’s thigh.

“It was later discovered that when the accused could
not penetrate, he released the semen on the child,”
she said.

The offence, according to the prosecutor,
contravenes Section 260 of the Criminal Law of Lagos
State, 2011.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the
section prescribes fourteen years…

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President Muhammadu Buhari disclosed on Monday in Abuja that his administration has taken efforts to recover looted Nigerian funds a step further by identifying banks, financial institutions and countries in which payments for stolen Nigerian crude oil have been deposited.
Speaking at an audience with visiting United States Congressmen, President Buhari acknowledged the support and cooperation his administration was getting from the international community in gathering required intelligence for tracing and recovering stolen national resources.
“We are getting cooperation from the international community, including information on ships that take crude oil from Nigeria and change direction, or pour their contents into other ships mid-stream.
“Some monies were paid to individual accounts. We are identifying the financial institutions and countries that are involved.
“I have been assured that when we get all our documents together, the United States and other countries will treat our case with sympathy,’’ the President told…

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