Saturday, 24 June 2017

Wife catches husband having sex with a goat in northern Nigeria

Babangida Garuba

A 42 year-old father of six, Babangida Garuba, is now in police custody in Katsina for having sex with a goat.
Garuba, a goldsmith at the Kasuan Mata area in Funtua, was allegedly caught in the act by his wife who raised the alarm that attracted residents who eventually handed him over to the police.

Spy camera found inside shopping centre toilet

Secret camera found in public Lidl and Matalan disabled toilet
An investigation has been launched after a security guard found a hidden camera inside a shopping centre’s disabled toilet.
Adedeji Adebanwo was checking the facilities, which are used by customers in Matalan and Lidl, when he found the small, white device in Maidstone. The employee then called police immediately.

Camden council evacuates tower block to avoid Grenfell repeat

Camden evacuate tower block over 'safety fears' following Grenfell fire
Hundreds of residents are being evacuated from a tower block because of safety concerns following the Grenfell Tower fire.
Camden Council revealed Friday that residents in 161 flats on the Chalcots estate in London will be evacuated.
The removal of homeowners is to allow ‘urgent fire safety works’ to take place, local council leader Georgia Gould said.

FATHERS DAY TRAGEDY: Man kills 6-year-old daughter, 18-month-old son and himself

A father reportedly murdered his young son and daughter then hanged himself on Father's Day in a tragic end to a bitter custody battle with his estranged wife. 
The bodies of Alvaro Camara and his kids were found on the Monday after Father's Day by policemen who arrived their home in response to a welfare investigation.

Thursday, 22 June 2017

Kensington & Chelsea Council chief resigns over Grenfell Tower blaze as survivors set for new luxury apartments

Chief executive of Kensington and Chelsea council resigns
The chief executive of Kensington and Chelsea council has quit amid criticism over the borough’s response to the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy.
Nicholas Holgate said the Communities and Local Government Secretary had ‘required the leader of the council to seek my resignation’ on Tuesday.

He added that last week’s fire was a ‘heart-breaking tragedy’ and that there was still a ‘huge amount’ to do for the victims, but his presence would be a ‘distraction’.
Mr Holgate said: ‘Serving the families so desperately affected by the heart-breaking tragedy at Grenfell Tower remains the highest priority of the council.’
Council leader Nicholas Paget-Brown said he accepted the resignation ‘with great regret’ and added that ‘the council will now need to work in a new way with different partners to take this forward’.
There has been a lot of anger over the official response to the deadly blaze from survivors and victims’ families.
Theresa May has apologised for the failures by local and national government in reacting to the tragedy and will address the Commons on Thursday.