Man arrested for murdering his wife for returning home late

Nairobi police have arrested a man who allegedly beat his wife to death because she arrived home late. The suspect, from Githurai 45, is said to be in law enforcement custody, assisting with further investigation. Kasarani Police Chief Anthony Mbogo confirmed the arrest and said the suspect was being held at the Kasarani Police Station. “They also arrested the suspect who was taken from Githurai 44 police station and is currently being held at Kasarani Police station,” Anthony Mbogo ...[Read More]

Driver sentenced to two years in prison for bribing a police officer

An errant taxi driver who attempted to bribe a police officer with GHC 5 after committing a traffic violation was sentenced to two years in prison. David Ayensu was most likely used to getting away with such offenses by simply paying the officers who arrested him. But his good fortune ran out when he was arrested by a Ghana Police Service officer from the Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD). When the officer pulled him over, he was driving with an expired driver’s license. “My re...[Read More]

3-year old girl flogged to death for entering neighbour’s room

A three-year-old girl died after her 25-year-old father severely flogged her for entering a neighbor’s room. Delta State police in Nigeria have arrested the young father, identified as Godsgift Uweghwerhen, and he is cooperating with their investigations. The suspect committed the heinous crime in the Aladja community of the state’s Udu Local Government Area. “It was reported that Uweghwerhen was at home with his family members and their neighbors when he saw his daughter emerg...[Read More]

Two civilians arrested for posing as Police officer

The police arrested two people seen in a viral video, one of whom was dressed in black with police insignia. Marcus Dankwah, the person seen in the attire, is not a police officer and is currently in custody with his accomplice, Pascal Nelson. A search of them resulted in the recovery of the clothing. According to preliminary investigation, the aforementioned video footage, which originated from a TikTok account identified as the official page of Vzonetv and was shared on various social media pl...[Read More]

Gender Ministry condemns man’s abuse of toddler

The Ministry of Gender, Children, and Social Protection has condemned a man’s assault on a toddler captured in a viral social media video. Though no arrests have been made, the Ghana Police Service says its intelligence teams and experts from the Police Cyber Crime Unit are working to apprehend the man seen in a viral video physically abusing a toddler. The man is seen whipping the toddler in front of other men in the widely circulated video, while the toddler screams in pain. However, non...[Read More]

Child Rights International offers ¢10k bounty to find man in viral video

A video that has gone viral on social media shows a toddler being spanked, and Child Rights International has denounced the act. The institution called the act regrettable in a press release that was signed by Bright Appiah, it’s executive director. So, a $10,000 bounty has been placed on the man’s head.     The reward will be given, per the aforementioned release, following the Ghana Police Service’s verification of the supplied information. Child Rights Internationa...[Read More]

Police on manhunt for man flogging toddler in viral video

The Ghana Police Service has announced that it is looking for a man who was seen in a video that has gone viral on social media brutally beating a toddler. The toddler could be seen and heard helplessly sobbing in the video, but it is unknown what may have prompted the man to carry out such a heinous and brutal act. Numerous viewers of the video circulated it and alerted the police to the abuse. In r...[Read More]

Asamang-Tamfoe residents protest Okyeman Task Force attacks

Some Asamang-Tamfoe residents have expressed their displeasure with the police and the Okyeman Environmental Taskforce for launching violent attacks that have left many severely injured. In viral videos, the task force exchanged gunshots with residents during an anti-galamsey operation in the area. In a statement to the media, Nana Boakye Darkwa, Chairman of the Asamang-Tamfoe Community Mining Committee, warned that they will oppose any attempt by unauthorized persons to mine in the area. He als...[Read More]

Viral lynching to end Nigeria’s mob justice

Jane Toku does not cry as she recalls seeing the smouldering remains of her son’s corpse on the morning, he and three of his friends were lynched ten years ago. At dawn, the four students encountered a local vigilante group in Aluu, a community behind the University of Port Harcourt in southern Nigeria’s oil capital. There had been a string of robberies in the area, and people were suspicious at that hour of the morning. Llody Toku, Ugoing to Obuzor, Chiadika Biringa, and Tekena Elka...[Read More]

Woman laments as in-laws flog her and son with sticks

A depressing video circulating online depicting a helpless woman being mercilessly flogged by men claiming to be her in-laws has sparked outrage. The incident occurred in Kenya, prompting citizens to demand the arrest and prosecution of the perpetrators. The woman, identified as Mama Kwamboka, can be heard crying for help in the viral video as she is whipped left, right, and center by a group of men wielding long sticks and accusing her of disrespect. An elderly man who repeatedly flogged the wo...[Read More]

Teenagers in leaked sex tape receive 20 lashes each at Wa-Naa’s palace

Two Wa teenagers whose sex tape went viral on social media were given twenty lashes each at the Wa-Naa’s palace for violating a bye-law that prohibits such behavior. The Overlord of the Waala Traditional Area, Wa-Naa Fuseini Seidu Pelpuo IV, ordered the flogging of two teenagers, according to According to the news website, two teenage lovers work as tricycle drivers and ticket sellers at the Wa Central Market in the Upper West Region. They were reportedly sentenced to 100 lashes e...[Read More]