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Boy, 16, electrocuted while wearing headphones with his phone plugged into a charger

A 16-year-old boy has died after he was electrocuted by his headphones that were plugged into his phone while it was charging

Mohammed Aidil Azzahar Zaharin was listening to music with his headphones plugged into his charging phone. He fell asleep in the process and was found the next day by his mother.

At first, his mother thought he was still asleep so she left him there and left for work. She returned early from work and saw him still unconscious and cold on the floor. She tried to wake him up but unable to do so, she called medics who declared him dead.

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It was then confirmed that the boy, from Malaysia, did not have any other injuries or bruises on his body other than bleeding and burns on his left ear, and the autopsy later showed that the cause of death was electrocution.

The victim’s brother also said that he felt a small electric shock when he touched the headphone cable.

Photos of the boy have spread online as a warning for other to be careful when using their phones while charging.

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Pipeline explosion rocks Abule Egba in Lagos (Photos)

Last night, a raging fire at Ebule Egba in Lagos reportedly caused by activities of pipeline vandals left residential and commercial houses severely affected.

According to reports, people are scampering to safety as It was alleged that vandals had caused an explosion from the pipelines, which extended to Abule Egba Bus Stop.

Reacting to the incident, Lagos Emergency service (LASEMA) said, ‘situation report regarding the oil spillage at Tipper Garage Bus Stop Abule Egba On arrival at the incident scene, the spillage from what appears to be bunkering activities came in contact with an ignitable source. The impact resulted in inferno as it ravaged houses and cars’.

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‘One chance’ operators arrested with fake US dollars and charms in Ogun State

The Nigeria Police Force, Zone 2 command through its Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department have arrested four suspects who specializes in operating as “one chance” thereby defrauding people of their hard earned money.

On 27th November, 2018 the command received a distress call from one Mr Onyekwere that some group of people have been collecting money from his wife and he suspected they are fraudsters.

On receipt of the complaint the AIG in charge of zone 2 command, AIG Lawal Shehu directed a full scale investigation consequently the four suspects:

Babatunde Adeyemi 26years

Lawal Amoke 40years

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Oluwabunmi Okeomo 45years

Ogaode Monday 25years. All residents of Ogun State were rounded up in connection with the case.

Exhibits recovered from them includes; Ninety one thousand, nine hundred US fake Dollars, One Honda Accord vehicle with registration number MN 783 AAA and some fettish items.

The victim who explained that the suspects lured her while she boarded their vehicle, said they told her they will introduce her to phone business and subsequently she has parted with the sum of one million, five hundred thousand equivalent in US Dollars before her husband got wind of the incident and played along with the suspects until their arrest!

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The suspects whose shrine along Ifo in Ogun state has been raided by the police will soon be charged to court.

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