A suspected homosexual was nabbed red handed while trying to sleep with a young boy in Benin city, Edo state. The man who claimed that his name is Daniel and hails from Edo state – almost had his way in penetrating the boy from behind before he was caught by the boy’s elder sister.
The sister raised an alarm as other residents and neighbors apprehended the suspect and beat him mercilessly.
The suspect who said he is a bus conductor – confessed in a chilling footage how he was nabbed and also revealed that this is not the first time he has done something like that. He claimed to have slept with three young boys in Warri, Delta state.
LASTMA To Track Traffic Violators With Mobile Device
The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has said all arrangements have been concluded to unveil a mobile device to electronically track and issue tickets to traffic law violators in Lagos State.
The Deputy General Manager of LASTMA, Comptroller Isaac Adetimiro, said this at a forum organised to explain the device and its functionality in Lagos on Friday, November 6.
Adetimiro said that the device, Traffic Management Solutions (TMS), was meant to capture videos and pictures of traffic violations in real time as they occur, without threat of harm to the traffic officers.
According to him, this technology has become necessary to efficiently and effectively manage traffic without creating further traffic flow obstruction through interaction of LASTMA officers with violators on the road.
The LASTMA boss said with the device, LASTMA’s officers would no longer physically and verbally engage violators on the road, but only use it to take videos and picture evidence of the violation.
On the operational process, he said that the Traffic Violation Management System (TVMS) through the device included data capturing, data processing, and data storage.
He said that the violation time, date, place and location would be captured and the device would transfer videos and pictures to the data processing centre for scrutiny, which would enhance transparency in the fines for offences.
Adetimiro said: “Captured violations are reviewed in our Violation Processing Centre to verify beyond any doubt that a traffic violation was committed and that the correct corresponding value of the legal fine is attached to it.
“This significantly reduces erroneous violation notifications being sent to vehicle owners. Anytime a violation is processed against any vehicle, the owner gets an SMS notification.
“The violators have 48 hours to either make payment or challenge the said violation at the court of law. If any of these is not done, action and enforcement will be taken against the violators.”
He said that the Violations Processing Centre would also provide an estimated employment for up to 3,000 qualified residents at kick off.
According to him, all processed violations are saved into individual violation files and uploaded into centralised data storage banks for safe keeping.
He said that such would be archived until they were recalled any time the need arose, for verification of violations, viewing video and picture evidence of the existing violations, or for the payment of violation fines attached to them.
The LASTMA boss said:
Every vehicle owner has a right to challenge a captured violation of their vehicle by clicking the challenge button on the website or mobile application.
“The vehicle owner would be required to go to the nearest traffic court to have the violation reviewed.
“The court will be provided with the stored video and picture evidence of the captured offence and the vehicle owner will be allowed to explain to the court why the evidence should be disregarded.
He said that the court’s ruling and decision on the matter would be final if any violator challenged a violation in court.
Adetimiro also said that vehicle owners should also be checking the status of their vehicles through free online checks, short codes and client app for any violation against such vehicles.
He said that the TMS would resolve the perennial traffic gridlock caused by traffic violation in a densely vehicular populated areas of the state.
The LASTMA boss said that it would eradicate the problem of payment of bribes to traffic officers, as only electronic payments guarantee the clearance of a violation from the violators list.
Donald Trump Condemns The Law That Allows Babies To Be Born In The 9th Month, Says “It Is Wrong”
Donald Trump is being ridiculed on Twitter after he made a statement that left people confused.
The US president was filmed saying: “Right now in a number of states the laws allow a baby to be born from his or her mother’s womb in the 9th month. It is wrong. It has to change.”
Twitter users reshared the video as they questioned when is the best time for babies to be born, in the president’s opinion.
Some pointed out that Trump was trying to say “aborted” but mistakenly said born.
Below is the video and Twitter reactions to it.
WATCH: Trump decries the fact that “laws allow a baby to be born from his or her mother’s womb in the 9th month,” and says “it is wrong, it has to change.” It’s unclear if Trump is calling for forced abortions or for delaying births until the 10th month.pic.twitter.com/T4YOw3QD2D
— Jon Cooper 🇺🇸 (@joncoopertweets) December 7, 2019
Federal Government To Introduce A New Visa Policy
The Comptroller General (CGI) of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammad Babandede, has revealed plans by the Federal Government to introduce a new Visa policy in Nigeria.
Babandede made the announcement at the weekend during the NIS dinner in Abuja. He said:
“The e-visa policy will encourage investors to Nigeria thereby generating Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) for Nigeria and making Nigeria a most preferred destination through transparency in administration and facilitation of facilities by service.
“I assure you that it will be transparent and we will remove cash payment and ensure no security is compromised. It is a balance between facilitation, transparency and protection of national security”.
The C-G commended the team who developed the software for officers to take e- examinations.
“As you are aware, we are a regimented institution. We have done all we can in 2019 by dismissing officers for corruption, absenteeism, reduction of ranks of officers and investigating those who took money from applicants or ordinary Nigerians illegally.
“So having worked tirelessly, we should dedicate a day to commend those who have served well and this would also serve as an example to others so they can follow the part.
“Governance is not about punishing people every day. It is also about rewarding and bridging gaps between officers and men by coming together dining, dancing and rejoicing,” he said.
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