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The woman who officers found in the room confirmed that her companion had discharged a gun after drinking heavily, on a report of an intoxicated male with a gun.A man standing trial for sexual assault has exposed his penis to the jury in an attempt to prove that he is innocent of the crime"You saw the defendants penis – what was that?" said the prosecutor Stacey Miranda "It is six years later Do we have any idea of what she may have been seeing that night What his manscaping was like at the time What light was shining on it"Miranda also referenced other arguments in the trial that made the defendant getting his penis out irrelevant: especially DNA evidence that strongly matched that of James that was found in relation to the crime The trial continues Featured Image Credit: Police handout Topics: News Us news Police CrimeKogi government has reacted to the death of a director in the civil service Alphonsus Ameh The deceased a Grade Level 17 officer in the Kogi State Pension Board died barely three days after receiving sack letter On Thursday Chief Press Secretary to Governor Yahaya Bello Petra Onyegbule said Ameh was sacked due to his alleged involvement in fraudulent diversion of N225936425million pension fund Onyegbule told newsmen in Lokoja that the late Ameh and four others were fired The aide listed them as are Mrs Florence Adewunmi Chairperson of the Pensions Board; Mrs Haruna Amina Mudi Director Accounts; Mr Abdul Musa Deputy Director Accounts; and Mr Itodo Gabriel Head of Accounts Onyegbule said a nine-man Senior Management Committee headed by Mr Aiyedero Jethro the Ag Permanent Secretary as Chairman; and Mr John Ekele Ag DAF as the Secretary was set up by the government to look into the matter She recalled that an emergency meeting of the committee was held on May 4 2017 which drew the attention of the members to the report from the State Intelligence Bureau and the review of the same by State Auditor-General Mr Yusuf Okala She said the report was on a case of misappropriation of Pensioners’ fund forwarded to the office of the Head of Civil Service by the Secretary to the State Government where the Governor had directed that immediate action be taken appropriately “In the report the auditor general recommended the immediate dismissal of all civil servants indicted in the police report “Based on the personal confession by Mr Alphonsus Ameh to the State Intelligence Bureau and that he commenced repayment an attestation that he committed the fraud “The late Ameh confirmed to the committee that he received a sum of N2 million as his own share of the looted pensioners’ fund which he thought was a Christmas bonus “Ameh also confirmed that he had refunded part of the money and pleaded that the committee should tamper justice with mercy considering the numbers of years he had put in the service “The committee said that since Ameh affirmed his participation in the sharing of the misappropriated fund coupled with the fact that he (Ameh) had commenced refunding part of the money confirmed that he was guilty of the offence “The committee added that Ameh has violated the Public Service Rule (PSR) No 4 section 04401 No VIII XI and XII liable to dismissal from the Service and therefore recommended that the punishment stipulated by the PSR should be upheld as a deterrent to other civil servants “It is on the recommendation of the committee that Mr Aphonsus Yahaya Ameh and four others were sacked in June 2017 because a Case of criminal conspiracy and theft was established against them” Petra said “We have sent a bill to the Delta State House of Assembly which will criminalise ‘deve’ (extortion) by youths and anyone who is found guilty will go to jail. The governor.

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