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MISS KITTY ANSA HAR CORRECT…..MNL AT ALL

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STING PROMOTER SPEAKS AND STING REVIEW

ONSTAGETV – ONSTAGE DECEMBER 29 2012 SEGMENT 4 STING REVIEW JOE LAING from ONSTAGE on Vimeo.

ONSTAGETV – ONSTAGE DECEMBER 29 2012 SEGMENT 2 STING REVIEW GT TAYLOR CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA from ONSTAGE on Vimeo.

KIPPO

ONSTAGETV – ONSTAGE DECEMBER 29 2012 SEGMENT 5 KIPRICH from ONSTAGE on Vimeo.

MACKA PAN ONSTAGE

ONSTAGETV – ONSTAGE DECEMBER 29 2012 SEGMENT 3 MACKA DIAMOND from ONSTAGE on Vimeo.

F.I.W. B…………..GOOD WAY OF THINKING THOUGH

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SCAMMERS & EXTRADITION

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http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20121229/lead/lead1.html

There are indications that United States (US) law-enforcement personnel could be close to wrapping up their investigations of several Jamaicans who are considered major players in the lottery scam. While not divulging details, Assistant Commissioner of Police Carl Williams, who heads the Major Organised Crime Anti-Corruption Task Force (MOCA), said in recent weeks Jamaican law-enforcement personnel have had “a number of meetings” with their counterparts in the US. “They are going to supply us with evidence from overseas and we are going to be seeking to either prosecute them (scammers) locally or overseas,” Williams told The Gleaner.
“They (US authorities) have been doing their work over there and we have been working closely with them,” he added. In September, National Security Minister Peter Bunting revealed that several persons suspected of being involved in the lottery scam would soon be extradited to face criminal charges overseas. Bunting said then that law-enforcement personnel from overseas were working on a number of cases. The push to have suspected lottery scammers prosecuted overseas comes because there is no specific legislation in Jamaica that outlaws scamming and because other jurisdictions such as the US provide stiff penalties. Williams warned that come 2013, the Lottery Scam Task Force will be much more aggressive in going after those involved in the scam. He said the task force was being refocused to pursue the extradition of the major players who are wanted by US authorities. “We are going to be working much more closely with federal agents from the United States to bring the scammers to account for their crimes,” Williams said.

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“I expect that law enforcement, this year (2013), will have a very good year against the scammers and we are going to be using everything in our arsenal, including extradition,” he warned. The task force will also be brought “much closer” to MOCA. “It was always operated as a separate entity, but it is going to be subsumed now under the broader MOCA operations, so they will have much more support from MOCA,” he explained.

WTF AFRICA- MAN CAUGHT HAVING +++ WITH CORPSE

images (2)A 29-year old man, going by the name Nura Mustapha, is currently explaining to homicide detectives at the State Criminal Investigative Department, Panti, Yaba, Lagos State, why he was allegedly caught having séx with the corpse of a lady identified as Faith Akin.
Mustapha was arrested early in March after an attendant at the Green Star Hotel, Alaba-Rago, raised an alarm that he would not allow the corpse to be retrieved.
Police officers identified the corpse of the lady as Faith Akin, a resident of Ondo State, who visited her mother in Lagos.
“We have a lot of customers coming with different girls to the hotel. But on that fateful day, Mustapha came in about 5.00 pm and booked the room; after about 9.00pm, he brought in this lady and they stayed the night,” said the hotel attendant. “Early the next day, before I would hand over to the morning staff, I went round to check the rooms; that was how I saw the lady lying down. I went to touch her but there was no response; I called out to Nura, but he did not answer. It was when I came back the second time after I had informed the manager that I saw the customer having séx with the corpse again; I tried to call his attention but he did not respond, so I went to call the police.”
When officers from the Ojo Police Station arrived the scene, it was gathered that the suspect was seen having séx with the unconscious lady.
“As soon as we got the complaint from the hotel management, we rushed to the scene of the incident; unfortunately, we experienced the shock of our lives when we saw Nura on top of the lifeless lady still having séx with her,” said a police officer. “We had to drag him from the lady’s corpse before he realised that people had been watching him. It was a terrible thing for such a young man to sleep with a corpse; maybe for ritual purpose, but we do not know.”
During questioning, Mustapha allegedly told the police officers that he had taken a séx-enhancement drug before inviting the deceased to his hotel room.
“He said he used a local Hausa herb, called ‘burutashe’ to enhance his séxual performance before he had séx with the lady,” said the police source. “The corpse had foam coming out from her mouth; and despite that he kept [penetrating] her because the drug made him to have delayed ejaculation. So to satisfy himself, he kept [penetrating] the lady even when he discovered that she was dead, so as to relieve himself.”
The Tiv Yam market in Alaba-Rango is predominantly populated by Hausas and it was gathered that commercial séx workers often congregate there at night to solicit for customers.

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