Friday, June 26, 2020
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Malaysian Police re-arrests one of the local men who gang raped Nigerian woman after protest for justice
Malaysian Police re-arrests one of the local men who gang raped Nigerian woman after protest for justice
A local man who was previously arrested over the suspected assault of a Nigerian woman has been arrested again, this time over an allegation that he raped the victim. The 44-year-old man, along with two other male suspects, were detained on June 4 over the assault allegation but released on June 9 on police bail after the application for remand extension was denied.
However, Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim said that acting on the second report lodged by the 30-year-old victim, one of the suspects was re-arrested and remanded for six days until Friday to assist with the investigation under Section 376 of the Penal Code. He said police were also actively tracking down three other male suspects in the case, but did not clarify whether any of them had been previously detained..
On June 9, after giving a statement pertaining to the case, the woman had lodged a police report on the alleged rape that took place on the same day she was assaulted. “Initially, the victim did not want to lodge a report over the rape incident and refused to be examined at the hospital. However, she decided to lodge the second police report after being admitted at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL) for three days and after being advised by the police,” he said in a statement.
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
The Full Story Being Narrated by The Girl (betty nyore)
The girl met with the Chinese guy in a place called Changkat in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Chinese guy showed interest on her and ask her out, he took the girl (Nicole) to an hotel which happens to be one among many of the Chinese guy's father's hotels. On knowing to the girl, when they got to the hotel, the Chinese guy had arranged with some other of his friends who were equally at the hotel premises, the girl was said to be beaten up and forcefully ganged raped, they took her from that hotel to another location, where they called some of their friends to come to the car park area, new set of friends to the Chinese guy raped her again two people at the same time without using any protection.
They took photo of video of the girl naked without their own faces and threatened her that they will post it on their Facebook should she disclose the ordeal, the girl pleaded with them not to do so, from that point she was being held hostage after several hours of rape, she said at this point, she started shouting loud, so one girl inside the house they carried her to, she opened the door and told her to run away. So she came out and went to inform security at the apartment, she ask the securities to call police because she was beaten and raped, they took her to the station where she lodged report of rape, the police went to arrest the four Chinese guys and lock them up for five days and later released them on bail due to the father of one of the Chinese boys is an influential man who is said to have lot's of hotels in Malaysia. It was also gathered that the hotel where the girl was first raped actually belong to the father of one of the guys.
After releasing the four Chinese guys, the girl (victim) is now being held for days in police custody for not having legal document. She will be arraigned 18th June, 2020 in Jalan Duta Court tomorrow Thursday morning in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia where she will likely be remanded in prison, then they will deport her after sometime in prison, and cover up the injustice done to her.
The Nigerian communities in Malaysia and other various groups has being raising and joining their voices together to stand up for a fellow Nigerian. The Nigerian High Commission official attention has also being drawn, while hoping they might stand up for it citizen to get justice for rape case to be mentioned in court tomorrow instead of only case for visa.
Attention and voices of Nigerians in Nigeria and other countries, those in places of authority, anti-rape organizations, stand up for women, girl child and human rights body, this is voice from the wilderness crying for help, before they jail this young Nigerian girl, all hands should be on deck to give her justice
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
30 Malaysians including 10 Sarawakians stranded in Nigeria
According to the Sarawakian from Kuching, Malcolm Goh, in his Facebook post on June 2 at 9.53pm, seeking assistance through social media was his last resort to seek repatriation from Lagos. He asks whoever coming across his posting to share the message, with the hope that it will catch the attention of someone who can help.
Goh’s message caught the attention of Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Seri Dr Sim Kui Hian, who has intervened by requesting Putrajaya for an evacuation flight for these stranded Malaysians.
According to Dr Sim, arrangements were made for the 30 Malaysians to board a flight on May 31 but the attempt failed as Malaysia High Commission in Nigeria has yet to obtain approval from the Nigeria government for the evacuation flight.
As of 3.56pm today, Putrajaya and Malaysia High Commission in Nigeria in Abuja are still waiting for the approval of the Nigeria government on the chartered flight.
Goh in his social media message said they have been stranded in Lagos due to the closure of Lagos Airport. Most of them have been there for months and are hoping that the Malaysian government may charter a flight to bring them back to Malaysia – the only way they can leave the country and return home.
“I have been stranded in Lagos for two months and I really need to go home right now. I have been working here since the start of February and totalling of days of four months.
“With me is another 30 pax of Malaysians wanting to return home. Some (have) even been here since December and have no other means or way to return home,” said Goh.
He said the Malaysian group had contacted Malaysia High Commission in Abuja for help but the efforts were not fruitful as due to the closure of Lagos Airport.
“The only means of transport is via chartered flight,” said Goh.
As time passed, Goh and other Malaysians watched other nationalities like China, Egypt, UK, Brazil, India been flown out of Nigeria. Goh also noticed that Malaysians in other parts of the world were being repatriated and returned home via Malaysian government chartered flight except them.
Frustrated, Goh said if other Malaysians in other parts of the world could go home, he believed they could too.
“We are not seeking for a sponsored flight. We are all willing payer and really willing to pay a (not substantial but acceptable) more-than-usual flight rate.
“We just wish Wisma Putra can prioritize the evacuation of Malaysian in Nigeria. Cases in Nigeria has been over 10,000 in two months’ time and we don’t know when the airport is going to open.
“It’s really heart broken to be away from family during this pandemic and our only wish is to be with our family,” said Goh.
Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Sunday, January 26, 2020
A coronavirus is a kind of common virus that causes an infection in your nose, sinus, or upper throat. Most coronaviruses are not dangerous.
Some types of them are serious, though. About 858 people have died from Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), which first appeared in 2012 in Saudi Arabia and then in other countries in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe. In April 2014, the first American was hospitalized for MERS in Indiana and another case was reported in Florida. Both had just returned from Saudi Arabia. In May 2015, there was an outbreak of MERS in Korea, which was the largest outbreak outside of the Arabian Peninsula. In 2003, 774 people died from a severe acurate respiratory syndrome (sars) outbreak. As of 2015, there were no further reports of cases of SARS. MERS and SARS are types of coronaviruses.
But in early January 2020, the World Health Organization identified a new type: 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in China. By late January, there were 300 confirmed cases in China and a death count that was still in the single digits, but rising. And despite airport screenings, a traveler had brought the first case to the U.S.
Often a coronavirus causes upper respiratory infection symptoms like a stuffy nose, cough, and sore throat. You can treat them with rest and over-the-counter medication. The coronavirus can also cause middle ear infections in children.
Coronaviruses were first identified in the 1960s, but we don't know where they come from. They get their name from their crown-like shape. Sometimes, but not often, a coronavirus can infect both animals and humans.
Most coronaviruses spread the same way other cold-causing viruses do: through infected people coughing and sneezing , by touching an infected person's hands or face, or by touching things such as doorknobs that infected people have touched.
Almost everyone gets a coronavirus infection at least once in their life, most likely as a young child. In the United States, coronaviruses are more common in the fall and winter, but anyone can come down with a coronavirus infection at any time.
Common Symptoms of Coronavirus
The symptoms of most coronaviruses are similar to any other upper respiratory infection, including runny nose, coughing, sore throat, and sometimes a fever. In most cases, you won't know whether you have a coronavirus or a different cold-causing virus, such as rhinovirus.
You could get lab tests, including nose and throat cultures and blood work, to find out whether your cold was caused by a coronavirus, but there's no reason to. The test results wouldn't change how you treat your symptoms, which typically go away in a few days.
But if a coronavirus infection spreads to the lower respiratory tract (your windpipe and your lungs), it can cause pneumonia, especially in older people, people with heart disease, or people with weakened immune systems.
What to Do About Coronavirus
There is no vaccine for coronavirus. To help prevent a coronavirus infection, do the same things you do to avoid the common acid:
- Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and warm water or with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Keep your hands and fingers away from your eyes nose, and mouth.
- Avoid close contact with people who are infected.
You treat a coronavirus infection the same way you treat a cold:
- Get plenty of rest.
- Drink fluids.
- Take over-the-counter medicine for a sore throat and fever. But don't give asprin to children or teens younger than 19; use ibuprofen or acetaminophen instead.
A humidifier or steamy shower can also help ease a sore and scratchy throat.
Even when a coronavirus causes MERS or SARS in other countries, the kind of coronavirus infection common in the U.S. isn't a serious threat for an otherwise healthy adult. If you get sick, treat your symptoms and contact a doctor if they get worse or don't go away.
According to webMD.com
Saturday, January 25, 2020
Medical staff members wearing protective clothing to help stop the spread of a deadly virus that began in the city, arrive with a patient at the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital in Wuhan on January 25,2020. (Photo by Hector Retamal/ AFP)
photo of a general view of the Causeway from Singapore to Johor Bahru. (Photo: AFP/Roslan Rahman)
PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry has confirmed another case of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) infection in the country, the fourth so far.
Health Director-General Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah (pic) said the case did not have any connection to the three other cases reported earlier.
The latest case involves a 40-year-old man from Wuhan, China. He came to Johor Baru on Jan 22 via a bus from Singapore, together with 17 other tourists from China.
“The man started exhibiting signs of a fever on Jan 23 and the next day he sought treatment at a private hospital there, ” he said in a statement on Saturday (Jan 25).
He said the man was referred to Hospital Sultanah Aminah’s Infectious Disease Medical Team in Johor Baru.
“Tests to trace and verify the case have been sent to the Medical Research Institute.
“On Saturday, the National Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC) received a report that the sample taken from the man was positive for 2019-nCoV, ” Dr Noor Hisham said.
He added that the man was still suffering from fever and a cough, but was otherwise in a stable condition.
“The State Health Department immediately went to work to track down the 17 others in the tour group to administer health checks.
“Initial screenings revealed none of them have any symptoms of the virus.
“Clinical samples have been taken from them for 2019-nCoV tests and verification at the Sungai Buloh National Public Health Laboratory, ” he said, adding that all of the 17 have been placed under observation and quarantine orders while awaiting the test results.
The three earlier cases were also China nationals from Wuhan, family members of the 66-year-old Chinese patient confirmed in Singapore recently.
The victims were the 65-year-old wife of the patient in Singapore, and their two grandchildren aged two and 11 years old.
The patients were known to had been part of a group of 10 that had travelled to Singapore from Guangzhou on Jan 20.
While in Singapore, the 66-year-old man and his son were confirmed to have the virus while the rest showed no signs.
Wednesday, January 1, 2020
MANILA: President Rodrigo Duterte has banned another United States lawmaker from entering the Philippines.
Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo confirmed yesterday that Duterte had banned Senator Edward Markey of Massachusetts for calling for the release of Sen Leila de Lima, and for supporting the entry ban to the United States of Filipino officials believed to have had a hand in her detention.
Yes, same reason for banning Durbin and Leahy. Truth be told, we do not have to state any ground to ban a foreign national entry in the Philippines.
“That is an exercise of sovereign right, ” Panelo told Inquirer.net in a text message.
Duterte had earlier ordered the Bureau of Immigration to deny US Senators Dick Durbin and Patrick Leahy entry to the Philippines for pushing for the ban of Filipino officials who were allegedly behind de Lima’s detention.
De Lima has been detained at the custodial centre of the Philippine National Police in Quezon City since 2017 due to alleged drug charges.
In December, President Donald Trump signed into law the US government’s US$1.4 trillion (RM5.7 trillion) 2020 budget, which included a provision allowing US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to bar Philippine officials from entering the United States if he had “credible information” that they were involved in the “wrongful imprisonment” of De Lima.
If the United States enforced the ban, Panelo said the Philippines would require Americans to secure visas before entering the country. — Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN.
A 5m-long python weighing 80kg was caught by the Civil Defence Force (APM) in Kampung Air Papan Tengah here on Wednesday (Jan 1).
Mersing district APM officer, Captain (PA) Nurnajibah Abdullah, said the department received a call from the public at 11.42pm on the discovery of the reptile.
He said upon arrival, they found the snake, which had just swallowed the complainant's chicken, on the roof of a goat pen.
"Three APM personnel took about 20 minutes to catch the snake which had wrapped itself around the wooden pillar of the pen.
"The snake is currently at the APM district operations control centre and will be handed over to the Wildlife Department for further action, ” he told Bernama on Thursday (Jan 2
KUALA LUMPUR: While many eatery owners are taking the smoking ban seriously, adherence to the plastic straw ban is still lacking in many food outlets.
Checks by The Star at several locations in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya found that restaurants and eateries have their no-smoking signs displayed prominently.
No smokers were found puffing away near the eateries and no ashtrays were found on the restaurant tables.
A man who worked in an economy rice shop said his manager had told him not to smoke near the restaurant.
“He made sure that I lit up a distance away, ” he said.
It was a different story when it came to straws.
Many patrons at the food outlets were seen to be still using straws when enjoying their beverages.
A woman who worked in a hawker centre said while there had been no smokers there, people’s attitude towards the plastic straw ban had not yet changed.
She related how a customer had once even used up multiple straws just for his one drink.
“I personally support protecting the environment – ever since the 1990s.
“I have cut down on the use of straws and plastic bags.
“However, it’s hard for us when the customers still expect straws. Some people’s mindsets are still fixed, ” she said.
Another man who owned a restaurant brought up the issue of the cost of switching to paper straws.
“A paper straw would cost me nine sen each whereas a plastic straw would only cost me one to two sen each.
“We as restaurant owners are trying to cut down our use of plastic but it will take some time to adjust, ” he said.
Malaysian Muslim Restaurant Owners Association (Presma) president Datuk Jawahar Ali Taib Khan said the smoking ban was a welcome move as the restaurants’ environment would be friendlier for families and children.
He said when the ban was first introduced last year, business at eateries had suffered initially.
He, however, said that there were still errant smokers who flouted the law by smoking in the restrooms of the restaurants.
“We put up no-smoking stickers at the toilets but a few of them still do it – so we don’t know how to handle that sometimes, ” he added.
JOHOR BARU: A total of 25 notices have been issued to smokers throughout Johor who were caught puffing at eateries on the first day of the enforcement of the smoking ban.
Johor Health, Culture and Heritage Committee chairman Mohd Khuzzan Abu Bakar said that five more notices were issued to restaurant owners for failing to put up the "no-smoking" signs while one notice was issued for allowing customer to smoke on the premises.
The Johor Health Department began its enforcement operation on the first day of 2020, after the one year period to raise awareness about the smoking ban.
"The operation involves 183 enforcement officers of the Department and is being conducted simultaneously in all districts in Johor," he said in a statement released on Wednesday (Jan 1)
He added that some 196 premises were visited during the first day of the operation.
"Those receiving the notices were given two months to pay the RM250 compound at any nearby District Health Office.
"We urge all parties to give their fullest cooperation and abide by the rules outlined," he said.
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