Pastor Allegedly Raping 14-Yr-Old Member, Sells Church Building And Relocates

A pastor, Chris McDouglas Omosokpea of Peculiar Generation Assembly Church, Oshodi, Lagos, who’s facing a charge for the rape of his member’s teen daughter has allegedly sold his church building and fled to an unknown place to establish another church. SaharaReporters reports that Omosokpea had allegedly sexually abused a 14-year-old girl for the past four years before he was arrested in June 2020 and charged before the court for defilement. He was, however, granted bail on health grounds before the Lagos High Court. Omosokpea didn’t show up in court when the case came up again on Tuesday, March 2. The Presiding Magistrate, Kubeinje, subsequently adjourned the case till April 21, 2021. It was gathered that, before he was arrested, the victim claimed the pastor deceived her with fake prophecies and she kept the abuses away from her parents, who had been members of the church for over 12 years, with a strong belief that Pastor Douglas was a real man of God. However, when she could no lon

Monkey Fight Leads To All-Out War In Libya

An incident involving a monkey has reportedly sparked tribal battles in a southern Libyan oasis town leaving at least 21 dead.

Fighting broke out in Sabha when two rival tribes reportedly clashed over a monkey attack on a child.

Libyan media reported that the clashes happened when a monkey.....
belonging to a shopkeeper from the Gaddadfa tribe attacked and pulled the headscarf off a schoolgirl's head who was part of the Awlad Suleiman clan.

News spread and men from the Awlad Suleiman killed three people from the rival tribe - along with the monkey - according to Reuters.

Fighting between the two sides soon escalated and involved tanks, shells and rockets with dozens thought to be dead and at least 100 wounded.

The death toll is expected to be much higher, as this only counts the dead and injured from the Awled Suleiman side, according to AFP.

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The Gaddadfa is thought to be the same tribe as former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.

"There was an escalation on the second and third days with the use of tanks, mortars and other heavy weapons," a resident told Reuters.

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"There are still sporadic clashes and life is completely shut down in the areas where there has been fighting."

Relations between the two groups have been reportedly strained and clashes in tense Sabha has led to dozens dead.

Most of the violence has been ethnic based, between Tuareg and Toubou clans.

The incident reflects an ingrained divide in the country, with violence since the overthrow of Gaddafi in 2011 pitting regions, governments and tribes against one another.