Man Who Sodomised Drunkard In Kenya Wanted , Detectives Launch Manhunt
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By Marvin Twiinawe 
Detectives based in Bomet Kenya have launched a manhunt for a suspect who sodomised a drunk man after locking him up in his house for over 10 hours. In the bizarre incident that occurred in Mosonik village of Kyogong location

 in Chepalungu, the man who was making merry with his kinsmen imbibing fermented frothy waters at Jumbo club, had excused himself to go for a call of nature when the suspect struck.

Unknown to him, the man only identified as Silas lay in wait under the cover of darkness his victim. As the man staggered back to the local, he was accosted by the suspect who instead led him to his house approximately 200 metres away. 

Efforts by the victim to raise alarm as he was led by Silas to his chambers were unsuccessful, as his incoherent screams were
 drowned by the loud stereo in the pub playing local popular hit song ‘Gloria’ as the rest of the equally inebriated revelers slurred and danced along.

 The suspect then went against the order of nature and sodomised the helpless 33-year-old victim until late yesterday afternoon,when a passerby came to his rescue after he heard commotion coming from the house. 

The victim was rescued and rushed to Longisa county & referral hospital for treatment and the relevant tests conducted, as a manhunt for the suspect who fled from his home was immediately launched.

World Cup: Ruthless Spain Thrash Costa Rica 7-0 In Historic Encounter.
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Spain shredded Costa Rica 7-0 on Wednesday in a brutal destruction in their Group E opener, which launched their bid to lift a second World Cup.

Dani Olmo gave Spain an early lead in their opening game of the World Cup.

He gorgeously collected a ball from Gavi on the turn, before lofting it over Keylor Navas in the Costa Rica goal.

Then, with 20 minutes gone, stand-in striker Marco Asensio swept home a cross from Jordi Alba after another lovely move.

Ten minutes later, Jordi Alba was fouled in the box, and Ferran Torres stroked home the penalty.

It has been more of the same in the second-half, with Torres adding a second after a fine turn inside the box.

With 15 minutes left, 18-year-old Gavi became the third-youngest scorer in World Cup history, before Carlos Soler converted a rebound in the 90th minute.

After 93 minutes, Morata fired home against a chastened Costa Rican defence.

Earlier, groupmates Germany were sensationally beaten by Japan. Hansi Flick's side could exit the tournament if they lose to Spain on Sunday.

BREAKING: CBN Commences New Naira Notes Distribution
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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) will, today, commence the distribution of the New Naira notes to its bank branches, as reported by Vanguard.

Mr. Bello Umar, the Director of Currency Operations, made the statement in Abuja, during the Post-Monetary Policy Committee press briefing.

He said, “From Thursday, we will start distribution to CBN branches across the country. So that whenever we are set to launch the new notes, maybe at a later date, we already have the notes across the country.”

It was reported that the new naira notes are expected to be in circulation as from 15 December, and will be circulate side-by-side with the old notes until next year, 31 January, 2023, when the latter would cease to be legal tender.

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World Cup: Japanese Fans Clean Up Stadium After Stunning Win Over Germany
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Japan supporters celebrated a shock 2-1 victory over Germany in their opening 2022 World Cup game by reprising a wonderful postmatch tradition that has now been practised at several major tournaments.

Having just watched their side come from a goal down to overturn the former champions, the Samurai Blue fans stayed behind in the stands at the Khalifa International Stadium -- not to revel in the result but to make sure they left the place in precisely the state they found it

 Hundreds of blue refuse sacks were handed out by Japan supporters during the match and sure enough, the vast contingent used them to tidy up and collect any litter that had been left under the seats.

This isn't the first time Japanese matchgoers have been seen providing their own complimentary clear-up service, having previously delighted onlookers by doing likewise at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, most notably after a 3-2 loss against Belgium in the round of 16.

What's more, Japan fans were even filmed tidying up litter and discarded flags at the opening game of the 2022 tournament, despite their own side not even being involved.

A scene of crime officer seen combing for more evidence at a cordoned off Nakulabye police station .

Attempted Armed Attack On Police Station Foiled
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 Police in uganda' Capital Kampala have foiled an attempted attack on one of its police stations by an armed assailant.

According to sources, the attempted attack happened at around 4am on Wednesday morning at Nakulabye police station, a Kampala suburb but the attacker was repulsed.

One of the assailants was stopped as under the cover of darkness he tried to reach the station. One of our officers shot at him and he ran away. The attack was not successful because our officer was alert and brave enough to ward off the attackers,” the source said

Kampala Metropolitan deputy police spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire confirmed the development.

It is alleged that one of our officers whose names have been withheld was on duty as a station guard when he spotted an unidentified armed person approaching the station from the western direction. The officer immediately discharged bullets towards the alleged attacker forcing him to flee,” Owoyesigyire said.

The Kampala police spokesperson said the attacker abandoned an AK47 magazine.

According to Owoyesigyire, a team of investigators with the help of sniffer dogs followed the direction the attacker had taken in a bid to trace his whereabouts but nothing was found.

“Investigations into the matter have commenced aided by CCTV cameras to help identify the attacker and their movements.”

Owoyesigyire hailed the police officer on duty who repulsed the attempted attack .

 The development comes on the backdrop of increased attacks targeting security personnel, especially those with guns.

Sad: Man, Wife And Their Three Children Die In House Fire
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The Deputy police spokesperson of  Kampala  Metropolitan area, (Uganda's capital) ASP Luke Owoyesigyire, said that the fire started around 2am Wednesday morning.

“It is alleged that the fire started from an unattended candle from a makeshift house of Ogola Charles who deals in picking plastics and later spread to the house of Luyomba Steven 50, killing everyone inside,” he said in a statement.

Mr Owoyesigyire identified the deceased as Luyomba, his wife Doreen Nafula, and their children Sumei Lubega, 16, Edith Naiga 15, and Andrew 7.

He explained that the Fire Prevention and Rescue Services managed to extinguish the flames and urges the public against leaving fires unattended as they are dangerous to others in case of an accident.

The fire incident comes just a month after fire gutted Salama School for the Blind in Luga Village, Ntanzi Parish, Mukono District, killing 11 children.