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Lady Fakes Her Death To Break Up With ‘Broke’ Boyfriend, Now Wants Him Back Because He’s Rich

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This confession may seem like fiction culled out of a novel, but it’s indeed the true-life story of a woman who dumped her boyfriend in the most cunning way and now regrets her actions.

According to the young lady who shared her story with a relationship counsellor, she was fed up with her boyfriend because he was broke and couldn’t take care of her. She, therefore, nursed plans to ditch him without a trace of her whereabouts.

She explained that although her boyfriend was loving and had a good heart, the pockets were leaking, hence had to devise ways to leave him.

And among all the strategies she could use, she decided to fake her own death. Pretending to be her cousin, she sent her boyfriend a WhatsApp message saying only 50 people are allowed at her funeral in line with COVID-19 protocols.

But as fate may have it, a new chapter opened in the life of the young man after the supposed death of his girlfriend.

He’s now rich and the lady wants to go back to him.

Read her full story below;

Hi auntie Momoza. Please keep me anonymous.

So I dated this guy last year but he was always broke. He was loving and had a good heart but the pockets were leaking. I didn’t know how to dump him, so I faked my own death.

I WhatsApp’d him pretending to be my cousin using my phone and told him I was dead. I asked him only 50 people would be allowed to come to my funeral because of government regulations, so only family members.

After that I blocked him everywhere. I have a fake account that I use to stalk people, so I’ve been monitoring his posts. He was hurt after my death shame. He posted about me for months after my death.

Luckily we never had any mutual friends. Lately I noticed things are going well for him. He got a job and seems like he’s earning well. I want to go back to him but don’t know how cause he thinks I’m dead. Please give me ideas. I love my man.”

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60 Suspected Fraudsters Arrested At Awards Night For Sakawa Boys

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Operatives of the Lagos Command of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have arrested 60 suspected internet fraudsters during an award ceremony at the Conference Hotel in Abeokuta, Ogun.

Spokesperson for EFCC, Mr Wilson Uwujaren, in a statement on Monday, November 29, said that the suspects were arrested at an event, tagged: “Peer Youths Awards”.

According to him, investigation revealed that the event was organised to reward high-level internet fraudsters in the country.

Items recovered from the suspects at the point of arrest include exotic cars, electronic devices, laptop computers and mobile phones.

According to the EFCC spokesman, the suspects will soon be charged to court.

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13-Year-Old Old Girl Allegedly Raped By Her Father And Grandfather

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Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Osun Command, has arrested two persons, a father and a grandfather, for allegedly raping their 13-year-old daughter/granddaughter.

Spokesperson of the command, Mr Adigun Daniel, who disclosed this in a statement issued in Osogbo on Monday, November 29, said that the suspects were arrested on Friday.

“The corps received a tip-off from an informant who disclosed that the girl opened up to her that the grandfather and father have been having carnal knowledge of her. The corps immediately swung to action and arrested the father,” Adigun stated.

“Upon investigation, the girl said that her father had been having carnal knowledge of her since two years ago. She also said that she had been living with her maternal grandmother at the age of three before she was taken to her paternal grandfather at the age of five

“She said that her father and mother are separated and that was why she was entrusted to the care of her grandparents at different times.

“The girl also stated that at some point, she was molested by her grandfather but she could not stick to her allegation, owing to the fact that she was still living with him,” the NSCDC spokesman said.

He, however, added that both the father and the grandfather had denied having carnal knowledge of the girl.

Adigun said that the corps had given custody of the girl to the state Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, pending the conclusion of investigations into the matter.

He further stated that the NSCDC Commandant in the state, Mr Emmanuel Ocheja, had directed that appropriate investigation be carried out on the alleged case of incest against the victim.

The NSCDC spokesman quoted Ocheja as saying that the girl was psychologically disturbed to give vivid account of her ordeal, adding, however, that the corps would scoop out useful information to help her.

Ocheja said that NSCDC would not condone such act in any guise, adding that the protection of underage and females was paramount to the corps.

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Bride Sadly Dies On Her Wedding Day; Cause Of Death Revealed

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A Nigerian lady, identified as Hannatu Yahaya, has reportedly died on her wedding day.

Hannatu got married to Isyaka Yusuf, in Kawon Maigari, Kano, on Saturday, November 27, 2021.

According to family members, Hannatu began to act in a berserk manner when she was about to be taken to her husband’s house, as she started destroying properties.

Family members began to pray for her and then rushed her to the hospital where she was confirmed dead.

A family member who spoke to the media said two weeks ago, Hannatu who battled an ulcer, fell ill and was taken to the hospital.

There, she was placed on admission for a week and then discharged. On Thursday, November 25, she fell ill again and was treated.

However, things took a drastic turn on Saturday while she was about to be taken to her husband’s house.

Her body was buried on Sunday morning, November 28. She was in her 30s. May her soul rest in peace, Amen.

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