My Zimbabwe News
Friday, 27 November 2015
The explosions claimed by the Islamic State tore through crowds on a busy street in the neighbourhood of Bourj el-Barajneh, close to Beirut's airport.
32-year-old Aisha Chithira died after having a termination at a Marie Stopes clinic in Ealing, west London, on January 21, 2012. All three appeared at a short hearing at the Old Bailey before Judge Charles Wide today, Friday Nov. 27, and denied killing Ms Chithira.
They were not arraigned on further charges of failing to take reasonable care of the health and safety on the woman contrary to the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. A six-week trial is scheduled to start on March 7th 2015. The defendants are on bail.
A west London woman was tricked into transferring large sum of money to a Nigerian gang of fraudsters after one of them told her he loved her. Ife Ojo,31, and Olusegun Agbaje,43, were due to be sentenced today, Friday, November 27, in connection with the scam in which the woman who is in her 40s handed over increasingly large sums of money to the man and his “associates”over a period of 10 months last year.
Ojo, who claimed to be studying at the London School of Business and Finance, and Agbaje, an NHS admin assistant of Hornchurch, Essex, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud at an earlier hearing.
Detectives believe they were part of a wider romance fraud gang – many of them based overseas – who target lone and vulnerable women on the Internet.
On their arrest police found a laptop containing records of conversations between the woman and the man called Anderson and a copy of The Game, a bestselling book on the art of seduction.
Detective Chief Inspector Gary Miles, of the Met’s FALCON cyber crime and fraud task force, said:
"This is a growing problem, in recent months we have seen an increase in reports of romance fraud."
"Within the past year Falcon officers have investigated the loss of more than £4 million in relation to about 100 victims. These victims were ruthlessly manipulated by men and women pretending to love them."
The suspects showered them with compliments and confided their seemingly innermost secrets to them. In many cases suspects were talking to victims online or over the phone for hours every day.
In the latest case the woman, from Hillingdon, told police she had met a man called Christian Anderson on a dating website in February last year.
Unusually, they met in person after a couple of weeks when he told her he was an engineer working in the oil industry and was divorced.
As the relationship continued he convinced the woman he loved her but said that he needed a loan of £30,000 for equipment for an engineering project in Benin, Africa.
The woman paid the cash and handed over further sums in a series of increasingly elaborate requests by the man who convinced her they would soon be living together.
At one stage the victim began house hunting for them and even travelled to Amsterdam to meet an associate.
The woman told detectives she often doubted the man’s authenticity but every time she asked for proof he sent convincing but false documentation.
DCI Miles said:
"Victims of this fraud must understand they are not foolish and they are not alone. These fraudsters go to great lengths to convince their victim. But these victims are not gullible, the fraudsters are very professional, often they are talking from carefully prepared scripts."
Police advise that people should never send money abroad to people they have not met or do not know well, question people’s stories and talk to friends about the relationships.
Priceless ; He Rejects Her Kiss When They’re On The ‘Kiss Cam.’ But What She Does Next Makes The Crowd Go CRAZY!
War battle between Toyin Aimakhu And Popular Lagos Blogger Michael Alonge Over Accusations Of Defamation
The actress is threatening to sue him for publishing defamatory stories about her saying she was not beaten to a pulp by her alleged lover Seun Egbegbe and neither did he storm a movie set to demand a range rover he gave her as a gift.
In her letter sent through her lawyers, the actress wants all defamatory stories about her deleted as well as a public apology otherwise she would be taking legal action.
Responding however, Michael Alonge has called the actress a liar saying that the incidents did happen and that if she is not lying then her lawyers simply want attention.
Michael was given today, November 27 as a deadline to comply with the terms of the letter or face legal action, we can only wait to see what will happen.
Despite the snowy condition, these monks were determined with their Kung Fu training routine. Photos unveiled by China photo Press show topless monks on Wednesday braving extreme cold in snow, practicing Kung Fu in Shaolin Temple — the cradle of Chinese martial arts, in Dengfeng city, central China’s Henan Province. See more pics below;