Gist Top Trending Stories

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Two of the SA protesting students

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In the past one week, there have been stories in the Gist Category of Pulse.ng that made the headlines and soon became viral for their traction and reach.

The top trending story that went viral immediately it was published was that of a commercial sex worker, Imoleayo Bamigboye, who stole one of her customers ATM card, memorized his PIN and used it to clear his account.

She was arrested by the way!

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In what is popularly called workshop where you eat from where you work, a cemetery attendant in Ogun State, Oluwatoyosi Akorede, tried to live by the code when he exhumed some corpses and cut off the head to use for money making rituals. He was nabbed before he could complete the assignment.

The protest that has rocked South African tertiary institutions over government plans to increase tuition fees in the past few weeks took a different dimension when some students stripped naked to protest police brutality on them.

Some police officers came under attack by gunmen when they invaded a police station in Benue State and in the end, two officers lost their lives while guns and ammunitions were carted away by the mindless criminals.

Morning Teaser made the list of top trending stories this week and it was about Bisi, a married woman who still maintains lesbian relationships with her female partners. She knows that what she is doing is not right and wants to stop but does not have the will power to put an end to it.

1. Fast Fingers: Prostitute steals 'customer's ATM card, clears account

A 24-year-old commercial sex worker, popularly known as 'Ashewo', Imoleayo Bamigboye, has been arrested by operatives of Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of the Lagos State Police Command for allegedly stealing an ATM card belonging to her customer, Musa Alli, and withdrawing the sum of N300,000 from his account.

The mother-of-one, it was gathered, was arrested at a club house in Surulere area of the state alongside another of her boyfriend, Adeyinka Ayodele, and two others who aided her in the crime.

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Bamigboye Imoleayo and her partners in crime

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The victim who reported the theft to the RRS operatives, said he met Bamigboye at the club on Friday, September 30, 2016, adding that she stole his ATM card before memorizing his PIN, during an online transfer of funds into his friend’s account.

2. In Ogun: Police arrest cemetery worker found with human skulls

The Ogun State Police Command have arrested a cemetery worker, Oluwatoyosi Akorede, who was found in possession of two human skulls.

Abimbola Oyeyemi, the Police Public Relations Officer for the state confirmed the arrest in a report published by the Daily Post News.

The suspect was arrested by a patrol team led by the Sagamu Divisional Police Officer, Moses Aduroja, on Sunday, October 2, 2016, at Ayepe Cemetery located at Isale Oko area.

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Man found in possession of two human skulls.

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Giving a report of the arrest, Oyeyemi said, “Oluwatoyosi Akorede is suspected to have gotten the skulls by exhuming bodies of dead people.

The suspect is being interrogated to unravel the reasons for his action and has thus far confessed the items were needed to perform rituals.”

3. Extreme Measures: SA students stage naked protest over fees

Some South African students took things into their hands and protested police brutality by stripping and baring their breasts.

Three students of the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa have taken it upon themselves to protest the high tuition fees imposed by the institution's authorities, by protesting naked.

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Two of the SA protesting students

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The girls who have been dubbed the 'Naked Protesters' by the media, according to Times Live, reportedly stripped themselves of the blouses and bras as they confronted the police, saying they were tired of being brutalized and shot at by the officers in the protests march organized by the student body.

The ladies were seen with their hands across their heads, telling the police to stop shooting at them.

4. InBenue: Gunmen attack police station, kill two officers [Graphic Photo]

Two police officers have reportedly been killed by armed gunmen who stormed a police station in Igumale area of Ado LGA of Benue State.

According to an eyewitness, two police officers died immediately while others were left wounded as the unknown men fled the scene.

5. Morning Teaser: 'I love my husband but I can't stop seeing my lesbian lovers'

"Dear Pulse,

My name is Bisi, a 29-year-old woman who is turned between two worlds. I am married to a darling of a man, Mark, but I am what people would call bisexual. I was introduced into lesbianism in my secondary school (an all-girls' school), by my seniors who neck deep into it.

In fact, as early as 14, they had deflowered me and as I grew up, I found it difficult to let go of that lifestyle."

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Lesbianism is becoming rampant

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"In my days in the university, I had female lovers and though I was able to hide it to the outside world by also dating and sleeping with men, I was more comfortable with women. It has gotten so bad that sex with my husband is more of a boredom and I can't even enjoy it as much as I do with my lesbian partners.

I have prayed, fasted and promised myself that I would do away with this secret addiction but I end up going back to them."

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