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Tuesday, 7 April 2020

COVID-19: Scammers dressed as doctors set up fake Coronavirus testing sites, where they charge people $240 and steal their DNA

COVID-19: Scammers dressed as doctors set up fake Coronavirus testing sites, where they charge people $240 and steal their DNA
Authorities in Kentucky are warning against "pop-up" COVID-19 testing sites which offer people quick Coronavirus results for cash in order to steal their DNA and personal information.

Local officials said a self-proclaimed medical marketing company set up makeshift testing sites outside various churches in Louisville with workers dressed head to toe in hazmat gear. They claim the scammers charge $240 a test and steal people's DNA and personal information.

At one site in Louisville, Kentucky, scammers dressed as doctors were offering fake coronavirus tests out of a convenience store parking lot in exchange for $240. They were also collecting credit card information and people’s social security numbers, equipping them to steal their victims’ identities.

Local authorities told the NYT that 100 people fell prey to the scheme before the scammers fled

Metro Council President David James and Louisville advocates have been hunting down who they call fake COVID-19 testers, reported WDRB.

"It's really Medicaid fraud, is what it actually is. There is no reason that you should spend $240 dollars for a COVID test," James said. "And they're using the same gloves on Person A that they used on Person B, that they used on Person C."

The officials said the group may be from Illinois as they believe the scammers are the same people who claimed to test people's DNA for diseases last year.

"They're the scum of the Earth and they're preying on the poorest of the poor, and I'm going to do everything in my power to get them the [explicit] out of Kentucky," James said.

COVID-19 Lockdown: Disturbing photos of women 'tortured' by police officers enforcing curfew at Ugandan border



 COVID-19 Lockdown: Disturbing photos of women
On Saturday April 4, Uganda woke up to the gruesome photos of women and men at Elegu border with South Sudan who were pulled out of their houses, beaten and rolled on a muddy ground by security forces under the pretext of enforcing the President’s directives on coronavirus and curfew.

Since March 30 when President Museveni announced the lockdown over Covid-19 pandemic and the night curfew to restrict human movement, security forces comprising Local Defence Unit forces, police, army, and intelligence agencies have been beating up people they accused of defying the order.

He said security forces had used a "heavy-handed approach" to disperse the 31 women, described by Uganda Radio Network as sex workers, and seven men.
"The patrollers kicked doors open and dragged the occupants out, and some fell in the muddy surfaces. Several vlnerable women and a few men were injured in the process."
Victims reported the incident to their landlady, Beatrice Auma, who took photos of their injuries, Enanga said, adding: "The images went viral."
The injuries included wounds on the women's thighs and buttocks apparently from caning -- a known practice of the Ugandan security forces.

 COVID-19 Lockdown: Disturbing photos of women

The security personnel reportedly used iron bars and sticks to beat the people.
The beating of the Elegu women is not an isolated case. Over the last two weeks, a number of similar cases have been reported in other parts of the country.
He said security forces had used a "heavy-handed approach" to disperse the 31 women, described by Uganda Radio Network as sex workers, and seven men.
"The patrollers kicked doors open and dragged the occupants out, and some fell in the muddy surfaces. Several vlnerable women and a few men were injured in the process."
Victims reported the incident to their landlady, Beatrice Auma, who took photos of their injuries, Enanga said, adding: "The images went viral."
The injuries included wounds on the women's thighs and buttocks apparently from caning -- a known practice of the Ugandan security forces.

Ms Margaret Auma, the chairperson of Elegu Women Cross-border Traders Savings and Credit cooperative Society, who owns the premises where the security officers pulled out the victims, said at around 7 pm when everyone were in their houses, she heard women crying: “why have you pulled us from our houses to start beating us. What have we done?”

She said the women cried but the security forces continued beating them.
According to her, the officers kept kicking doors and pulling out mainly women and moved with them up to 1am when they were released.

After the photos of those tortured at Elegu emerged on social media, a joint security task team of senior army and police officers started investigating the alleged torture.

Mr Fred Enanga, the police spokesperson, in a press release on Sunday said the patrollers kicked doors open and dragged the occupants out and some fell on muddy surfaces.
“Using a heavy handed approach to disperse the occupants, several vulnerable women and a few men were injured in the process,” he said.

Enanga said 38 victims comprising 31 females and Seven males were traced and their detailed statements were recorded.
“One of the male victims identified as Kuma Charles Adigoli suffered significant injuries of a fractured arm and is admitted at the 4th Divisional Hospital at its headquarters in Gulu District, while the rest of the victims had obvious injuries. They were further subjected to medical examination and will continue receiving the best possible support as we fast track their matter to the courts of law,” he said.

“The leadership of both the UPDF and UPF, strongly condemns the outrageous and gross acts of misconduct by the officers,” he added.

More photos below...

 COVID-19 Lockdown: Disturbing photos of women
 COVID-19 Lockdown: Disturbing photos of women
 COVID-19 Lockdown: Disturbing photos of women
 COVID-19 Lockdown: Disturbing photos of women
 COVID-19 Lockdown: Disturbing photos of women
 COVID-19 Lockdown: Disturbing photos of women

Friday, 3 April 2020

Victim of "one-chance" operators in Abuja narrates her experience and the aftermath


Victim of "one-chance" operators in Abuja narrates her experience and the aftermath
A woman who was a victim of "one-chance" operators has narrated her experience during and after the attack in her quest to get justice.

Titilayo Daniel said she got into a car at Gwarimpa express at 9:30pm, not knowing the occupants were criminals. 

While in the car, she was beaten till she bled and her phone, laptop and ATM cards were collected. 

The attackers then took her card and withdrew her money while she was still in the car.

She was dropped off in Kubwa, Abuja, after 2 hours.

She said she reported the incident to the police and they asked her to get a CCTV footage from the bank where the criminals made use of her ATM.

She went to the bank and they showed her the CCTV footage but refused to release it for the investigation. 

She said this has slowed the investigation and she shared her plight with Human RIghts activist, Segun Awosanya, aka Segalink on Twitter.

Sharing her story had the needed effect and she took to Twitter to reveal that the police are now taking action.

She wrote: "Thank you guys for your kind words, likes, retweets and time, I'm grateful. I got a call from the police and necessary actions are in place, will keep you guys updated. Thanks."

Read her story below.


Victim of "one-chance" operators in Abuja narrates her experience and the aftermath
Victim of "one-chance" operators in Abuja narrates her experience and the aftermath
Victim of "one-chance" operators in Abuja narrates her experience and the aftermath
Victim of "one-chance" operators in Abuja narrates her experience and the aftermath

Sunday, 29 March 2020

Your pastors will only donate prayers which can't cure coronavirus - Hushpuppi tells Nigerians still congregating in church



Nigerian Instagram big boy, Hushpuppi has lashed out at Christians who still went to church today in spite of coronavirus outbreak in the country. 

Hushpuppi who stated that such people deserve the consequences of their actions, said that the Nigerian government is trying its best to contain the disease. 

He further disclosed that Pastors will only "donate prayers which can't cure coronavirus" if any issue arises from services their members attended. 

Read Hushpuppi's post below; 

Watch Offset hide his phone from Cardi B as she walks into his room (video)



 Watch Offset hide his phone from Cardi B as she walks into his room (video)
A video has surfaced showing rapper, Offset putting his phone away when his wife and Rapper, Cardi B, walked into his room, and pulled it right back out as soon as she left the room, prompting people to accuse him of cheating.

The Migos member was caught on camera hiding his phone as soon as he noticed Cardi approaching his room during a live stream of him playing games with some of his friends
He pulled out the phone again once he was sure Cardi had left his room, and began texting.

Watch the video below.

See photos of this insanely sexy model Edwina Wehjla, that's keeping men at home thirsty this coronavirus isolation period

See photos of this insanely sexy model Edwina Wehjla, that
As humans across the world obey their respective governments and stay at home to reduce the spread of coronavirus, a lot of people are spending more time on the internet.
 
A Twitter user known as Don Toliver Stan posted a photo of a stunning sexy lady on his Twitter account with the caption 'I dont know who this is but i love her'.

The photo trended on Twitter with over 50,000 likes, leading people to wonder who the beautiful girl was.

                      See photos of this insanely sexy model Edwina Wehjla, that

After some social media investigation, it was found that the stunning girl is Instagram model Edwina Wehjla, and from her sultry posts on Instagram, it is clear a lot of men will be kept thirsty this isolation period..

Body goals!  See more sexy photos of her below.

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Airplane carrying coronavirus materials and patient crashes in Manila

Airplane carrying coronavirus materials and patient crashes in Manila (video)
A tragic incident was recorded today in Manila, Philippines as a chartered medical evacuation flight crashed during takeoff. 

In a statement released by authorities at Manila's main airport, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), it was gathered that the Lionair plane owned by a Philippines-registered charter service Lionair, was bound for Haneda, Japan, but burst into flames at the end of the runway around 8.00pm. 

All eight passengers and crew, including an American and a Canadian died in the crash. The twin-jet West Wind 24 plane was carrying three medical personnel, three flight crew, a patient and a companion. 

The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said in a statement; 

“The flight, which was on a med-evac mission to Haneda, Japan, was carrying two passengers and six crew members.
“Unfortunately, no passenger survived the accident."

Airplane carrying coronavirus materials and patient crashes in Manila (video)

The runway has been closed temporarily, affecting an arriving Korean Air flight that was diverted to Clark airport in northern Philippines, said MIAA General Manager Eddie Monreal.

UPDATE NO. 1

What: Plane Crash
Where: NAIA Terminal 2, Pasay
When: March 29, 2020 (Sunday)

Distance from Chapter: 3.9 kms (10 mins)

Involved: Lion Air Flight RPC 5880 (Chartered Plane)

Flight Route: Manila to Cebu (to be confirmed)
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An aircraft, Breaking: A plane got crashed at Ninoy Aquino International Airport () tonight carrying medical supplies. 8 passengers including pilots are confirmed dead.
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