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Couple at centre of ‘murder-suicide stabbing in Cheshunt witnessed by their horrified children’ named by cops as Hazel Wilson-Bryany and Olumide Orimoloye



POLICE have named a couple who died in a suspected murder-suicide during which their children were heard screaming in fear.

Hazel Wilson-Bryant, 27, is thought to have been stabbed to death by 42-year-old Olumide Orimoloye before he turned the knife on himself.















incident took place in the Turners Hill area of Cheshunt
The mum-of-two was found dead at the scene while her partner was taken from the family’s flat in Cheshunt, Herts on Sunday. He died shortly afterwards.

Neighbours reported hearing their children — a boy, 10, and a girl, 6 — crying and begging their parents to stop.

Piotr Ziemkiewicz, 32, a fork lift truck driver who called the police, said: “The couple were always arguing, but this time it was on a different level.

“There were screams, banging and shouting and dogs barking.

“It was so intense that I feared someone was going to be killed. It went on for several minutes.

“The kids were shouting ‘stop daddy and stop mummy’ It sounded as though they were trying to break them apart.”

Armed cops carrying riot shields charged the door of the maisonette and found the pair with fatal stab wounds.

Minutes earlier Ms Wilson-Bryant had been seen running terrified on to the balcony.

Neighbour James Coyne, 30, told the Hertfordshire Mercury he heard cries for help at around 1.15pm, just after showing a prospective lodger around his flat in nearby Leighton Court.



police  find the woman dead and a man dying of his wounds
Mr Coyne said: “It was shocking. I had heard arguments. The man had been aggressive and I have been worried about it before.

“I opened up the window to hear what was going on and then there she was in a bath robe on the balcony.

“She was screaming out ‘call 999’ in my direction. I realised it was pretty serious and I called 999 and they said they had already had a call.”




“I feel sorry for the kids. I heard there were two children in there as well. One was about six, same age as my child.”

A police spokesperson said on Sunday: “Police were called to Turners Hill in Cheshunt at 1.15pm today following reports of a disturbance within a property.

“When police arrived at the address they found a woman had been stabbed and had tragically passed away.

“A man was also found to be at the property with knife wounds.

“He also tragically passed away shortly after at the scene.

“At this early stage of the investigation, police do not currently believe they are looking for anyone else in connection with this incident. Investigations are on-going.”

A neighbour said cops had been called to the flat before, adding: “There was always screaming and shouting in there.”

A spokesman for the inquiry confirmed: “At this early stage, police do not currently believe they are looking for anyone else.”


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Lagos state government shuts down all schools over #EndSARS protests



The Lagos State Government has ordered the closure of public and private schools in the state indefinitely.
This was announced in a press statement by the state’s Head of Public Affairs, Ministry of Education, Kayode Abayomi, on Monday.
The statement was titled, ‘Lagos directs students to stay at home’.
It quoted the Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo, as saying that the schools were shut down over “tension generated by the #EndSARS protests.”
The statement read in part, “The Lagos State Government has directed all pupils/students in public and private schools to stay at home following the tension generated by the anti-SARS protests.
“A new date of resumption for all classes will be announced as soon as possible.”
Adefisayo added that “the safety of the pupils/students, parents and all staff working in schools is paramount at this critical period”.
She however advised parents to “keep an eye on their wards and not allow them to be used as willing tools in the hands of those who might want to hijack the protests to unleash mayhem on the society”.
The Commissioner also encouraged schools to “utilize other means of distance teaching and learning i.e radio, television and online media as they have been doing during and post the recent COVID-19 lockdown”.

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Siberian Husky Awaits Trial For Allegedly Murdering Neighbor Cat



A Siberian Husky in Denver was accused of killing a neighbor’s cat and now sits in an animal shelter awaiting a trial.

Zuma, the 12-year-old dog who lives with Kevin and Valerie Kickham, reportedly wandered over to a neighbor’s yard in Central Park early August and took the life of a seven-year-old Tabby cat, according to FOX 31 News.

“It was only this one moment in time that I lost track of Zuma and something did occur,” Kevin confessed to the outlet with Valerie by his side.

Denver Animal Protection eventually picked Zuma up and has held him in their shelter since the alleged incident.

While Kevin and Valerie “feel bad” about the loss of the cat, they are very concerned for Zuma, whom they have sheltered since he was eight weeks old and call “son.”

“He’s very much our child,” stated Valerie.

“I remember him taking part of his first Thanksgiving turkey,” Kevin recalled fondly. “We fed him turkey in the bowl and next thing you know he actually jumped up and grabbed a piece of turkey for himself.”

A spokesperson for the Denver Animal Protection told the outlet that a judge may exonerate Zuma. If found guilty, however, Zuma could be put to sleep or relocated “somewhere outside the city.”

“It’s not a scenario that’s ideal,” explained Kevin.

While they await the trial date set for mid-November, the Kickhams are allowed weekly visits to the shelter.

“Both of our last visits he wasn’t excited,” Kevin told the news source. “It’s been very hard.”

With the life expectancy of a Siberian Husky ranging from 12 to 15 years, the couple are fearful they may not have much more time together with Zuma.

“We know that it’s not going to be much longer,” Kevin added. “We’ve cherished every moment with him.”

The outlet said they have reached out to the family of the feline victim, but there has been no response.

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#EndSARS: If there’s no change after one week, we will protest again – Naira Marley



Controversial Nigerian singer, Naira Marley has vowed to initiate a second phase of the #EndSars protest in the coming week if terms are not met.

This is coming after the incessant brutality and harassment of Nigerian youths by officers of the Special Anti-Robbery Squads, SARs.

The first phase of the protest started today, October 8th, led by celebrities like Runtown, Falz, and others within Lagos state.

Naira Marley who earlier backed out of the #EndSars protest applauded youths who supported the movement and has promised to lead a second phase.

The Tesumole crooner wrote in a tweet, “Respect to all the youths out there fighting for their rights and what’s right. God bless y’all.

“After a week if there’s no changes on this fsars issue as promised by nigeriapoliceforce then we will get back out there stronger. Stay safe and protest peacefully if u re protesting.

#endsars protest

“They know My own crowd ya werey gan o #uncontrollably. I told y’all already 99% Marlians are not on twitter.

“Some of y’all will remain follower and never become a leader.”

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