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GHEN GHEN! Nigerian Mother Disgraces Her Daughter After Catching Her In Hotel Room With Man (Video)

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In a video making the rounds on social media, a Nigerian mother in a show of shame disgraced her daughter after catching her in a hotel room with a man.


The angry mother who spoke Yoruba was seen dragging her daughter out of the facility while hitting her intermittently. Where the incident occurred is still unclear at the time of filing this report.

Here is the video below;

In another report, a seven-man gang of an armed robbery squad terrorising Girei, Ganye and Mayo-Belwa local government areas of Adamawa state has been arrested by the State Police Command.


DSP Suleiman Nguroje, the spokesperson of the command, who disclosed this in a statement on Tuesday, September 29, said that the suspects were arrested by police operatives attached to Girei, Ganye Divisions and the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS).

According to Nguroje, the robbers attacked and robbed three commercial motorcyclists, inflicted upon them severe injuries and carted away their motorcycles.

“Investigation reveals that the dare-devil armed robbers, Kabiru Muhammed, 23, Idris SalisuI, 42, Friday Elkanai, 23, all residents of Wuro – Hausa ,Yola South, LG Lafiya in Lamurde LG and Dikong in Mayo-Belwa LG are members of Hunters Association and eventually betrayed the trust entrusted in them by members of the public,”

“Similarly, on the 27/9/2020 following credible information, the gallant men of the command attached to Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) arrested;

Sadiq Abdullahi, 20, Awal Bakari, 23, Aminu Gidado, 23, and Aliyu Abubakar, 25, all residents of Mayo Belwa local government and recovered two dane guns, four cutlasses, three knives, a set of military uniform and four pairs of dessert boots.” the statement reads.


He said the command while ensuring that the victims get proper medical attention and their stolen motorcycles, enjoined residents to report any suspicious persons around their neighbourhoods to the nearest Police Division or report same through any of the Police Command Control/Emergency numbers: 08089671313, 08107364974, 08053872326.

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