After two failed attempts, Bayelsa undergraduate commits suicide after allegedly being tagged a failure by his family members

A 200-level student of the department of History and Diplomacy at the Federal University Otuoke (FUO) Bayelsa State, Arikekpar Lucky, has committed suicide to reportedly escape being tagged as a failure in academics by members of his family.

The 27-years-old student and one-time aspirant of the Ijaw Youths Council (IYC) Student Representative, Central Zone, hung himself with a rope tied to a ceiling fan after locking the door and windows, behind him, on Monday morning, March 22, Nigerian Tribune reports.

Sources in the university community, who preferred anonymity, said that this is not the first time the deceased had attempted to take his life, saying he had made such attempts twice last year.

It was gathered that Lucky decided to kill himself following his family tagging him as a failure in life. He reportedly left a suicide note expressing frustrations with the pressure from his relative, saying they left him with no option than to kill himself for peace to reign.

“That his family always complain that he spends too much effort, time and money on Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) politics rather than facing his studies,” a source said.

When contacted, a family member, who pleaded anonymity, said that the family would have taken the matter seriously but with the suicide note he left behind, they had to accept the situation and move on.

The secondary school girl who went to school with a gun to kill her teacher has confessed that she is a cultist

Update on teenage female student who brought gun in attempt to shoot her teacher;

The teenage female student, who was arrested for being in possession of a pistol has confessed that she belongs to a cult group “Sky Queens Confraternity

The teenage girl also confessed that the owner of the pistol is her “man-friend”, who’s married and a father of 6 kids,ajeborgist had earlier reported that this teenage girl went to her school, a Government Secondary School at Ikot Ewa with a gun to shoot her teacher for telling her to cut her coloured hair



A student of Government Secondary School, Ikot Ewa, Cross River State went to school with a gun to shoot her teacher who asked her to cut her coloured hair.Hmm. This kind girl may likely kill her future husband. Or what do you think?Instead of her to be thinking on how she can take the place of Dr.Ngozi Okonjo Iweala in Nigeria, she is there fighting over hair-style.

She is not the only girl guilty of this barbaric act. Most teenage girls value their hair-those that plait their hair more than their life. At that age, they care more about their beauty than education.All these sweet sixteen girls, una really need guidance! Mothers over to you! If you guide her right, then she will be our child, if you fail to give her all the needed attention to set her priority right and succeed, if she failed then she is your child!


A young lady allegedly stripped unclad and ran mad at the Abkpa area of Enugu, Tuesdays after she dropped from a public bus at Texaco filling station.

On waiting to get another bus that will take her to Obiagu, she started stripping herself.

According to passersby, they claimed the young lady must have been used for some money rituals.

The lady was captured on camera roaming on the streets utterly unclad, as people were taking pictures and videos of her around 9:00am

According to one Repented who posted the video, narrated the story as thus:

Car dropped her at Texaco, she entered Obiagu bus, boom she tear cloth come jump climb on top the bus. That’s how she has been twerking nak*d

Obaseki inaugurates 18,000 Extended Special Public Jobs programme in Edo

The Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has inaugurated the Federal Government’s 18,000 Extended Special Public Works Programme (ESPWP) for youths in rural areas across the state.

The Extended Special Public Works Programme is an initiative of the Federal Government to empower 774,000 unemployed youths across the 774 Local Government Areas in the country.

The governor, who was represented by the Permanent Secretary, Edo State Government House and Protocol, Mrs. Julie Olatunji, reiterated the commitment of the state government to support initiatives that would empower more youths in the state.

Noting that youth empowerment remains topmost priority for the state government, he said: “We have promised that more than 50 per cent of the youths will make up our new cabinet and we are committed to that. We have done a lot of programmes to empower youths, while other programmes are still ongoing to give others opportunity to be gainfully employed and empowered.”

Obaseki urged the beneficiaries of the programme to continue with the enthusiasm that qualified them for the selection and be responsible in the discharge of their duties.

The Minister of Health, Dr Osagie Ehanire, who was represented by Sunday Okpaise, tasked the beneficiaries to reciprocate the gestures of President Buhari-led government by executing their assignment diligently throughout the three months duration of the programme


In his remark, the Chairman Edo State Selection Committee, Prof. Sam Guobadia, said the youths would benefit from strict supervision of their work by the state government.

He added: “Our work is going to be quite tasking. It is going to involve supervision of the beneficiaries when they start. We look forward to helping you with logistics, security and vehicles to carry out the supervisory duties.”