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Woman Rapes Man While Sleeping



Woman Rapes Man While Sleeping

Woman Jailed For Forcing Man To Have Sex With Her While He Was Asleep




RAPE– A woman was today jailed for four years after she admitted to forcing a man to have sex with her while he was asleep.





Tanya Lord, 41, was told by the judge there ‘seems to be no distinction to be drawn between this and the rape of a female.’





Woman Rapes Man While Sleeping



Outlining how the victim has been left mentally scarred and suspicious of people by his ordeal, the judge said ‘there’s a repeated myth that males are less susceptible’ to the consequences of sex attacks.








He revealed the victim has received counselling, is still prescribed medication for his mental health, has been left untrusting of people, and ‘feels alone’ unless he’s with his kids.








In an impact statement, the victim told the court: ‘I would not wish this on anyone,‘ adding that ‘encourage anyone who has been abused to come forward.’








Judge Lynch said if the myth about male victims ‘needs to be disabused, it can be disabused now by the contents of the victim impact statement I have just read out’ and warning that ‘there’s no distinction between male and female rape – the fact that a male is a victim doesn’t make it any less serious than the rape of a female victim’.











Lord, from Lancashire, who is a lesbian, had already pleaded guilty to the sex attack at her home in Co Armagh at an earlier hearing at Craigavon Crown Court.










She admitted causing a man ‘to engage in sexual activity with you involving penetration of your vagina with his penis and that he did not consent to the sexual activity, and you did not reasonably believe that he so consented’.





The court heard how Lord forced the victim to have sex when they shared a bed at her home.








Prosecutor Joseph Murphy said the man had been drinking all day and met up with Lord after she finished work on June 23, 2020.

They went back to her house, had a few more drinks and some food, and then went to bed with both wearing shorts.










The victim believed that no sexual intercourse would take place because he understood that Lord was a lesbian.












The prosecutor said however that in the early hours of the morning, the victim woke and ‘felt a pain across his chest’.















He regained his senses and realized that his boxer shorts had been pulled down to his knees, his penis was inside Lord and she was ‘straddling him, bouncing up and down’.










He added that the victim pushed her off and she pretended to be asleep.







The victim got up and went downstairs ‘to process what had happened’.









He pretended to be asleep in the sofa when Lord brought his clothes down but when she left the room, he got dressed and left the property.

He then spoke to his mother and partner before reporting the incident to the police.








He was taken to a rape enquiry centre where he had to endure an intimate examination, have swabs taken from his private parts, and be interviewed on video by specialist detectives.










It was those swabs, the court heard, that helped form an ‘overwhelming case’ against Lord because while she claimed there had been no sexual contact whatsoever, her full DNA profile was found on the victim’s penis.








When she was questioned, Lord ‘could provide no explanation’ why her DNA had been found on intimate swabs and more than two years after the incident, with repeated delays and adjournments and an aborted trial, she finally confessed her guilt at the eleventh hour.






The prosecutor argued the fact that the victim was asleep when he was attacked was an aggravating feature of the case.

Mr Murphy told the court that he could find no similar case in the UK.






‘Factually this case involved a woman having sex with a man without his consent and there should be parity between male victims of sexual crime and female victims,’ he said, submitting that to do otherwise would affirm the ‘myth that men are less affected by sexual assault than women.’









Defense lawyer Michael Ward said Lord, who suffers from a personality disorder and has poor mental health, ‘has expressed remorse for her offending and some victim awareness’.











‘She understands the position she had put herself in and she expresses, through me today, her remorse and her apologies to the victim for the unfortunate and regrettable incident,’ said the barrister.













In addition to the four-year sentence, Lord was ordered to sign the police sex offenders register for the rest of her life











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Jan 2023: *Day Finance Commissioner Donated 2,500 Bags To Schools in Ogun*



Jan 2023: *Day Finance Commissioner Donated 2,500 Bags To Schools in Ogun*

Jan 2023: *Day Finance Commissioner Donated 2,500 Bags To Schools in Ogun*




Government would continue to provide public goods at a level necessary to ensure a globally comepetitve economy and and a well functioning society. But in reality, the government would need the support of spirited individuals to lend weight to the socio-economic development of the state.







The Commissioner for finance and the Chief economic adviser of the state, Mr Dapo Okubadejo in his bid to give back to his immediate society recently supported the Gov Dapo Abiodun led admisnistartion by donating school bags and other education materials to students in the state.






Mr Okubadejo, who hailed from Ijebu Ode had sometimes in January 2023 donated 2,500 school bags, covering 49 primary schools, and 27 Junior secondary schools in Ijebu-Ode local government area of the state.





Speaking at the event, Okubadejo said the donation was in line with the education policy of Gov Abiodun, stressing that more support will come the way of both primary and secondary scools in the area.

The finance commissioner also disclosed his plans to initiate regular scholarship programmes to indigents students, while he also promised to offsets payments of WAEC fees to alleviate the burden of some parents having financial constriants.

The donation anchored through the Ministray of Education, Science and Technology equally involved schools of children with special needs.

Prof Abayomi Arigbabu, the Ogun state Commissioner for education, science and technology, in his remarks said the govrnment of Prince Dapo Abiodun has done more in the educational sector and will continue to give the sector an utmost priority among others.





Arigbabu, as well as the Permanent Secretary in the ministry lauded the contribution of the Finance Commissioner, stressing that the donation will motivate the learner to be more diligent in their studies.



Jan 2023: *Day Finance Commissioner Donated 2,500 Bags To Schools in Ogun*

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Will Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy On Scotland Independence From UK Come To Pass?



Will Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy On Scotland Independence From UK Come To Pass?

Will Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy On Scotland Independence From UK Come To Pass?






The newly elected first minister of Scotland,  Humza Yousaf has vowed to push for another referendum seeking independence of Scotland from the United Kingdom.









New SNP leader Humza Yousaf has said he will ask for a Section 30 order “straight away” just hours after it was announced he would take over the top job from Nicola Sturgeon.












Mr Yousaf, who has been Scottish health secretary since 2021, will be formally elected by MSPs as Scotland’s sixth first minister on Tuesday.








Meanwhile, popular Nigerian prophet, Primate Elijah Ayodele had prophesied severally that Scotland will break out from Scotland. He noted that the UK will be faced with a crisis and that the nation will break.



Will Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy On Scotland Independence From UK Come To Pass?




Recently in an interview with Tribune newspaper, Primate Ayodele reiterated his prophecy concerning the UK and maintained that Scotland will push to come out of the United Kingdom.






‘’The United States will not always retain its unity, especially from California. California will experience some natural disaster that will sweep many away. The US will rely heavily on California because of its economic buoyancy. Satan will fight California. Also the United Kingdom’s unity will not survive the next 20 years. Scotland will push to come out of the United Kingdom.’’














Also, in his annual prophecy book titled Warnings To The Nations (2020/2021 edition), Primate Ayodele had mentioned that Scotland will strive to break out of the United Kingdom due to economic issues.







‘’UNITED KINGDOM: The country will have so many things to do, there will be flooding in the United Kingdom and extreme heat and strange flies. The country due to Brexit will be having problems. Scotland will strive to get out of UK as UK will face some economic challenges and they will want to protest against the prime minister.’’








The declaration of the new first minister, Humza Yousaf is in tandem with the prophecy of Primate Ayodele regarding the independence of Scotland from the United Kingdom. Will it finally come to pass at the end of the day? Fingers crossed.

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