Another innovation from the city of Jos [Naija Made Store]

Another innovation from the city of Jos [Naija Made Store]

Naija Made Store
Naija Made Store is own by iHub CEO, Naija Made Store is an online store

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Retired Army General Pleads Guilty To Sexually Abusing Daughter

Retired Army General Pleads Guilty To Sexually Abusing Daughter


Five years ago, Jennifer Elmore, now 49, reported that her estranged father repeatedly molested and raped her as a child

Retired Army Maj. Gen. James Grazioplene has admitted to sexually abusing his daughter when she was a child after years of denying the claims.

On Wednesday, Grazioplene, 70, pleaded guilty to aggravated sexual battery in a courtroom in Prince William County, Virginia, in a deal that suspends his sentence, according to CNN. The outlet reported the disgraced military man has been in jail for 18 months and will likely serve 20 years probation.

His daughter Jennifer Elmore, now 49, reported to Army officials five years ago that Grazioplene had repeatedly sexually abused her growing up, reports The Washington Post. A case was brought against her estranged father in 2017.

Responding to the plea deal, an attorney for Elmore told CNN that it’s “a reflection of the fact that Jennifer cares more about the truth than the punishment.”

Elmore told the Post in 2018 that her earliest memory of abuse goes back to when she was 3 years old. She said the molestation and rape continued into her teen years, including “night visits” in her childhood bedroom in the 1980s. At the time, Grazioplene’s lawyers had denied the claims, dismissing the accusations as “false and incorrect.”

“Sometimes, it’s just easier to shut your mouth,” Elmore said in 2018 about her decision to come forward. “But if I stay silent and the next person opts for that, and the next person opts for that, and the next person opts for that, where are we?”

CNN reported that Grazioplene and Elmore both attended the socially-distanced court proceeding earlier this week, and Elmore read a victim impact statement.

“At 3, he led me to the dark, dirty basement of my grandmother’s house and put me on the washing machine and pleasured himself while molesting me,” she recalled in her statement. “At 8, he bought me a piano and insisted on taking me to piano lessons, all so he could park and take whatever sick pleasures that he so desired.”

“The same horrors [occurred] as he regularly insisted on bathing me,” added Elmore. “It took me until college to be able to use a bar of soap.”

“He stripped me of my dignity, my innocence, my value, my childhood and my voice — all of the things that a father is supposed to protect at the expense of his own life,” she reportedly said. “I will spend a lifetime putting back the shattered pieces you left behind.”

If you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual abuse, text “STRENGTH” to the Crisis Text Line at 741-741 to be connected to a certified crisis counselor.

Champions League Draw Offers Possibility Barcelona-Bayern Clash In Lisbon

Champions League Draw Offers Possibility Barcelona-Bayern Clash In Lisbon


Barcelona and Bayern Munich will meet in a blockbuster Champions League quarter-final should both sides make it through, after Friday’s draw for the latter stages of the competition which will be played out in Lisbon in August following a long suspension because of the coronavirus.

Barca and Bayern, who have each won five European Cups, are hoping to be among the eight teams who will head to the Portuguese capital for a ‘Final Eight’ mini tournament behind closed doors, with the final on August 23 at Benfica’s Estadio da Luz.

Bayern, who won their eighth straight German Bundesliga title last month, already have one foot in the quarter-finals having won 3-0 away to Chelsea in the first leg of their last-16 tie in March, while Barcelona have more work to do after a 1-1 draw with Napoli in the first leg in Italy.

“We all know what’s happened, but football is back now and we’re up for the Champions Leaguecampaign,” Guillermo Amor, Barcelona’s director of institutional relations, told

“We’ve got a final to play against Napoli and we’re fully focused on ending the season the best way we an.”

Meanwhile, if Manchester City can finish the job in their last-16 tie against record 13-time European champions Real Madrid, Pep Guardiola’s team will go on to a quarter-final against either Juventus or Lyon.

City won 2-1 in Madrid in the first leg in March and are well placed to advance to the mini tournament in Lisbon in what could be their last chance to win the coveted trophy for a while — they are due to be banned from the Champions League for the next two seasons for breaches of Financial Fair Play rules, pending the outcome of an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Juventus must overturn a 1-0 deficit from the first leg of their last-16 tie against Lyon. Postponed in March as the pandemic took over, all remaining last 16 second legs are due to be played on August 7 and 8.

The winners will advance to the Final Eight, which will be held as a unique straight knockout tournament in Lisbon due to the difficulties caused by the coronavirus.

The draw threw up the possibility of a Clasico semi-final, with Barcelona and Madrid on a collision course to meet in the last four should both make it that far.

– A new face in the final? –

The other side of the draw is clearer. First-time quarter-finalists RB Leipzig of Germany will meet Atletico Madrid, runners-up to city rivals Real the last time the Champions League final was played in Lisbon in 2014. Atletico knocked out holders Liverpool in the last 16.

The winners of the Leipzig v Atletico quarter-final will face either Paris Saint-Germain or Atalanta in the last four. None of those teams have ever won the trophy, and only Atletico have been to the final before.

“It is a difficult draw. Atalanta are a team who love to attack and score lots of goals,” said PSG coach Thomas Tuchel. “We still have a good few weeks to prepare. It’s exciting.”

The quarter-finals will be played between August 12 and 15 in the Portuguese capital, with matches shared between the Estadio da Luz and Sporting’s Estadio Jose Alvalade. The semi-finals are scheduled for August 18 and 19.

All games are set to be played without spectators after UEFA confirmed on Thursday that “matches should take place behind closed doors until further notice” because of the uncertain health situation around Europe.

The situation in Lisbon itself is particularly concerning, with lockdown restrictions reimposed last week on 19 neighbourhoods across the northern periphery of the city as virus cases increase at a worrying rate.

However, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has dismissed fears that an alternative plan to complete the tournament may be required, saying last week “there is no need for a Plan B”.

This season’s final was initially supposed to be played in Istanbul in late May before the Covid-19 crisis took hold. The Turkish city will now host the 2021 final instead.

Champions League Schedule Has Been Confirmed

Champions League Schedule Has Been Confirmed



UEFA have published the dates and kick-off times of the remaining Champions League matches this season.

Man City v Real Madrid will take place at the Etihad Stadium on 7th August while Barca v Napoli will be played the day after. Leipzig v Atletico in the quarter-finals will be on 13th August.

The Champions League returns in August. We now know exactly when the games will be played.

The remaining last 16 second leg ties will be on 7th and 8th August. The quarter-finals will be between the 12th and 15th while the semis will be on 18th and 19th August. The final will be on 23rd August at the Estadio Da Luz.

You have to remember that the last 16 second legs will be at the scheduled home team’s ground while Benfica and Sporting Lisbon will host all games from the quarter-finals onwards. All games will be at 21:00 CET.

Last 16 2nd legs:

Friday 7th August: Man City (2) v (1) Real Madrid and Juventus (0) v (1) Lyon

Saturday 8th August: Bayern Munich (3) v (0) Chelsea and Barcelona (1) v (1) Napoli

Quarter finals

Wednesday 12th August:Atalanta v PSG at Estadio Da Luz

Thursday 13th August: Leipzig v Atletico Madrid at Jose Alvalade

Friday 14th August:Napoli/Barcelona v Chelsea/Bayern at Estadio Da Luz

Saturday 15th August:Madrid/Man City v Lyon/Juventus at Jose Alvalade


Tuesday 18th August: Leipzig/Atletico v Atalanta/PSG at Estadio Da Luz

Wednesday 19th August: Madrid/Man City or Lyon/Juventus v Napoli/Barcelona v Chelsea/Bayern at Jose Alvalade.


Sunday 23rd August: The final at Estadio Da Luz

ALBUM: Quinn XCII – A Letter to My Younger Self

ALBUM: Quinn XCII – A Letter to My Younger Self




Quinn XCII A Letter to My Younger Self ALBUM

Quinn XCII comes through with a new album project titled “A Letter to My Younger Self” and is right here for your fast download.

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