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Can I Come and Have Oral Sex with You, Receptionist Texts Hotel Guest

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A Nigerian woman, who checked into a hotel in Lagos, said she got a shocking WhatsApp message from the hotel receptionist asking if he could come to her room to perform oral sex on her.

“Yesterday, I lodged at @oakspring_hotel and my friend Monica came to stay over with me. Sometime around midnight, I got this strange WhatsApp message from a number. Turns out it’s from the receptionist who checked me in,” the woman, Ekemini, said on Twitter, Sunday.

The hotel is a four-star hotel in Gbagada, Lagos.

Ms Ekemini posted a photo on Twitter showing the shocking message from the receptionist identified as Fred Boakye.

“I hope this doesn’t come as rude. But I love to eat your p***y out anytime any day Ma’am,” the receptionist said.

“I’m just downstairs,” he added.

When the guest inquired to know who he was, Mr Boakye directed her to dial the hotel intercom number 105, apparently the hotel reception.

The receptionist later apologised to the guest for the intrusion and the vulgarity. “The hotel can refund you your money from my pay if at all you find this offensive, Ma,” he added. “I can tender my resignation.”

Ms Ekemini said she was “paranoid” and could not sleep throughout the night.

“This is someone who has access to all the rooms in the hotel. What if I was alone? My friend went down to confront him about the message and he deleted it,” she said on Twitter.

An official of the hotel, who simply gave her name as Eniola, told PREMIUM TIMES, Sunday, “I believe the management has spoken to the customer in question, action has not been taken yet on the matter”.

The receptionist, who sent the lewd message, did not respond to calls and a text message seeking his comment.

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NDLEA Nabs Trans-border Trafficker with N1bn Cocaine Hidden in Yoghurt

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A 36-year-old suspected trans-border drug trafficker, Nkem Timothy, alias Auwalu Audu, has been arrested in Sokoto by operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency.

He was apprehended while trying to cross to Algeria through Niger Republic with 62 wraps of substance suspected to be cocaine weighing 1.550kg and with an estimated street value of about N1bn.

The Sokoto State acting Commander of the NDLEA, Bamidele Segun, according to a statement by the agency’s Director of Media and Advocacy, Femi Babafemi, on Sunday, stated that the suspect was intercepted on a motorcycle around the Baggage area of the Illela border while trying to cross to Niger Republic, en route Algeria, where he resides.

The NDLEA said the illicit drug was neatly concealed inside bottles of yoghurt.

“He was found with an ECOWAS passport with different names written as Auwalu Audu, but he gave his real name as Nkem Timothy,” the commander stated.

He said his men had commenced investigation to unravel Timothy’s sponsor(s) and other members of the trans-border drug cartel.

“This is a groundbreaking feat for us in the command as a seizure of this magnitude of type ‘A’ drug has never been made in Sokoto Command before,” Segun added.

Meanwhile, the Adamawa State Command of the NDLEA has also arrested one Umar Mohammed with 82 blocks of compressed cannabis sativa weighing 70kg at the Lafiya Lamurde area of the state.

The Chairman/Chief Executive of the NDLEA, Brig. General Buba Marwa (retd), commended the two commands and charged them to remain vigilant and ensure that no illicit drug passed through their areas of responsibility.

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Suspected Mentally Challenged Man Kills, Burns Woman in Rivers

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The police have arrested a suspected mentally unstable man who allegedly killed and burnt an unidentified lady near an uncompleted building along Rumuekini end of the East-West Road, Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers State.

It was gathered that after killing the woman, the man wanted to conceal his crime by setting fire to the victim but policemen who were alerted swooped on the suspect, arrested him and removed the corpse.

Residents of the area, who expressed shock over the development, said the decomposing corpse of the woman was discovered when the stench permeated the area.

A resident said, “When we came to work on Monday, there was a foul smell near an uncompleted building.

“So, we went there and saw the corpse of the lady. It is surprising that we are there, but don’t even know about it if not for the smell that makes us suspect that something had happened.”

The spokesman for the state police command, SP Nnamdi Omoni, confirmed the killing and the arrest.

“The body has been evacuated and deposited in the mortuary. Investigation is still ongoing to ascertain what really happened,” Omoni said.

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Lovers Found Dead in Delta Residence, Neighbours Suspect Suicide

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A 33-year-old man, Emmanuel Oshiotu, and his 25-year-old lover, Amaka Okafor, were on Thursday found dead in their one-room apartment in Uvwie community in the Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State.

The corpses of the lovers were sighted by neighbours in their apartment located at Ojigbo Crescent, Off Sapele-Effurun Road, Uvwie.

A neighbour of the deceased, who declined to be named, said, “Around 5am, we heard Emmanuel shouting for help and on breaking the door, found him vomiting white foam while his lover’s lifeless body lay a few distance from him.”

The cause of their death could not be ascertained by anyone as of the time of filing this report but witnesses said a can of insecticide and a knife were found besides their bodies.

The discovery made neighbours and the police suspect suicide.

It was further gathered that the suspected suicide theory was reinforced by one of the latest posts by Emmanuel on his Facebook page depicting someone facing frustration.

The neighbour said the lovers were rushed to the Central Hospital, Warri, where they were both confirmed dead on arrival and their bodies deposited in the morgue.

The Divisional Police Officer, CSP Muktari Bello, and his officers later inspected the bodies at the hospital.

The acting state Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Edafe Bright, confirmed the incident.

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