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The past one week has been very exciting with some stories becoming viral as soon as they were published.

Trust readers for always wanting some sensational stuff as they jumped on the story about how a mob in the Fadeyi area of Lagos apprehended four deadly armed robbers and beat them to a pulp before they were rescued by the police. But they later died in police custody.

A police officer tried to prevent a crowd from harming his friend who happened to be a well known Internet fraudster was himself killed by a mob after he shot and killed two people.

In far away Zimbabwe, the world was shocked to read about how a woman snatched another woman from her husband.

Nigerian transgender, Stephanie Rose is yet to stem her hatred for God and Jesus Christ and once again, she poured some more tirade on the almighty.

In case you missed them, here we go!

1. "In Lagos: Robbers severely mobbed, die in Police custody"

Four armed robbers who had been apprehended after a failed attempt to rob a woman, not too far from Fadeyi bus stop, Yaba, Lagos, has reportedly died in police custody.

The suspects had been severely beaten within an inch of their lives, after a mob had quickly mobilised to stop them when their robbery attempt was noticed.

A thief being beaten by a mob

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The Nation reveals that the suspects, identified as - Ahmed Fatai, Rafiu Mogaji, Godwin Uzong and Bayo Kadiri, have died following their mobbing after their failed attempt to rob a woman, at the Onipanu Police Station.

They are reported to have died due to the injuries they sustained from bullet wounds and more, inflicted on them by the angry mob.

2. "Dining With The Devil: Police officer killed for trying to save 'Yahoo'Yahoo' boy"

A police officer attached to the Special Anti-Rpbbery Squad (SARS), of the Lagos State Police Command, Corporal Sunday David, was reportedly killed by a mob in Agege area of the state after he tried to save the life of an Internet fraudster popularly called 'Yahoo-Yahoo Boy', reports The Nation.

Late Corporal Sunday David

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According to the report, David, also known as Iku Sunday, who was said to be a close friend of the scammer, had allegedly shot and killed two people while trying to rescue his friend and as he tried to escape with the man, the angry crowd chased after them in his new Toyota Camry car and they were caught in a traffic snarl along Salawu Street, Orile-Agege, and was shot in the head while his friend was also shot dead.

3. "End Times: Stephanie Rose blows more tirade at God"

Nigerian transgender, Stephanie Rose, seem not to be done yet with the castigation and insults she pours on God and His son, Jesus, at every given opportunity.

The avowed God-hater who was born as a man named Dapo Adaralegbe, before he underwent surgery to become a woman, still think that God is evil, wicked and that Jesus is a fraud that never happened.

Nigerian transgender, Stephanie Rose

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Quoting copiously from the Bible, (s)he said that God is the devil himself for allowing disasters, strife and tribulations. (S)he also said that the entire story of Jesus Christ is a mere myth and retelling of other mythical man/gods that predated Jesus like Horus, Mithiras, Dionysus and Attis who were all fictional man/gods.


4. "Same Love: Wife dumps husband for lesbian lover in Zimbabwe"

A self professed lesbian from Zimbabwe, Elizabeth Moyo, has snatched a married woman, Dayton Jackson, from her husband, reports MyZimbabwe.

But the affair has not gone down with Jackson's father, Ray, who has reportedly vowed to kill Moyo.

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Lesbians doing their things

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She told the police:

“Ray Jackson who is Dayton’s father told my landlord that he will douse me with acid if I continued seeing his daughter. As a result, I am now scared. I live in constant fear.

Jackson came to my home with her bags saying she no longer wanted to stay with her husband but she wanted to stay with me.

She also brought a laptop which she had stolen from her husband. I know homosexuality is not allowed in the country but it’s only fair that she gets arrested as well because we are in this together, besides it’s something that I had no control of.

I love her and she loves me as well, so I will not leave her because of her father."

5. "Busted: 2 Nigerians arrested in London for Internet fraud"

Two Nigerian fraudsters, Emmanuel Adanemhen, 50, and his brother-in-law Eduwu Obasuyi, 40, were jailed for 14 years for taking part in a 25 million pound Internet fraud involving victims from 55 countries.

The two fraudsters

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The suspects who are big time fraudsters, use fake identity to open bank accounts to launder funds from bogus schemes, which included dating website scams, false inheritance scams, overseas lottery wins and shipping frauds.

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