Pandemonium reigned at the church of controversial pastor Penuel Mnguni in Soshanguve outside Pretoria on Sunday morning.
According to South African media, the pastor was the major target as the group vowed to give him the same treatment he had subjected members of his congregation to, but he was away from the church on the fateful day while the church was led by unidentified second-in-command of the pastor took over the service, which had spilled onto the street, and commanded members to eat leaves.
Authorities of the University of Lagos on Sunday disowned the randy lecturer, Dr. Akin Baruwa, who reportedly raped an 18-year-old admission seeker.
The Head, Information Unit of the university, Mr. Olagoke Oke, said Baruwa was not an employee of the institution.
“The said Dr. Baruwa is a not a member of staff of the university, whether teaching or non-teaching. He also does not belong to the part-time or full-time teaching staff of the school. His name is not on the master list of workers of the university. I have checked the staff list using his full name and initials and could not come up with any such name as of Friday, August 6, 2015.
A young woman, identified only as Favour, reportedly collapsed and died after drinking two bottles of local gin known as Ogogoro, at Obalende road, Ikoyi Lagos, on Thursday, August 6. The woman, who allegedly was a prostitute in the area, is reported to have drank the illicit liquor on an empty stomach. The deceased was from Imo state, southeastern Nigeria. She worked at the Idoma Spot on Obalende Road, Ikoyi, Lagos.