45-year old Ghanaian lesbian, Janet Ofori has made a shocking confession while appearing on a TV programme.
According to Ofori, who is a lesbian, she has successfully converted over 3000 women to lesbianism and is still on it as she has a target number.
Speaking on a show that aired on Adom TV, the 45-year old said she became good at lesbianism while still, a Senior High School student and has since then satisfied a lot of single rich women. She added that she normally satisfies up to 10 women in a day.
On some of the women who patronize her, Ofori mentioned ministers in government and some radio presenters.
On lesbianism being a sin and being evil, Ofori said;
Were you there, when God created Adam and Eve and you will come and tell me that, God made Adam and Eve to marry? And who says being a lesbian is wrong, show me where it is stated in the bible
Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte, has been fined £8,000 after accepting a Football Association misconduct charge, following his dismissal against Swansea.
Conte was sent to the stands by referee Neil Swarbrick towards the end of the first half in Chelsea’s 1-0 victory, after angrily protesting against the award of a Swansea goal-kick.
The Italian later apologised to Swarbrick and fourth official Lee Mason following the match at Stamford Bridge on November 29.
“Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been fined £8,000 after he admitted an FA misconduct charge and accepted the standard penalty.
“It follows his sending-off against Swansea City on 29 November,” the FA said in a statement on Wednesday.
One John Yakubu has been sentenced to death by hanging for beheading a seven-year old boy, Samuel Danjuma in 2012.
Justice James Abundaga of a Nasarawa State High Court 4, in his judgement on Wednesday found Yakubu guilty of culpable homicide punishable by death.
He said the death sentence was in line with Section 221 of the penal code based on the confessional statement of the convict.
The convict was arrested alongside one Ishaya Daklung by operatives of the Department for State Security Service (DSS) on July 22, 2012.
The judge said Yakubu was also found in possession of a fresh head of a boy, concealed in a polythene bag.
According to Abundaga, Yakubu in his confessional statement, lured the boy, his neighbour’s son, to a stream in Agwan Galadima in Nasarawa Local Government and drowned him before severing his head.
Abundaga, however, sentenced the second accused, Daklung, to four years in prison with hard labour, saying that Daklung’s sentence was in line with Section 219 of the penal code.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday pardoned 500 inmates of the Kurmawa Central Prisons in Kano metropolis as part of Federal Government’s efforts to decongest prisons.
Buhari granted the pardon when he arrived at the place in company with the state Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje and others. The president is on a two-day official visit to Kano State.
The prisoners include males and females. The president advised the affected inmates to be of good behaviour and shun anything that could bring them back to prison.
He charged them to engage in lawful ventures to enable them to become useful members of the society. The president also gave the inmates an undisclosed amount of money to transport themselves to their respective homes.
In his remarks, Ganduje also advised the inmates to conduct themselves well and contribute meaningfully to societal development