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Actresses Aneke Twins release new photos

The acting twins have been out of the country for a while to shoot a movie in LA and New York. See more photos after the cut…

12 year old girl found murdered by 15-year-old neighborhood boy

The body of a murdered 12-year-old girl in a Salt Lake City suburb was discovered early Friday morning at a horse pasture near her home.

Kayley Vijil, who was found less than half a mile from her home in West Valley City after her mother rushed to a local 7-Eleven around 1.30am to speak to police because she could not find her daughter.

The chief said evidence was collected that linked the boy to the crime. Detectives were led to the teen based on information given to them by neighbors.
“He was known in the community, that’s how we were able to develop these leads,” he said.
Yellow police tape surrounded the boy’s home, near 5000 West and 3400 South, where a search warrant was served Friday afternoon. His name was not immediately released. He was booked into the Salt Lake County Juvenile Detention Center for investigation of murder.

That boy went to Kailey’s door and said something that convinced her to go with him.
“There was a statement that was made that enticed her to come out (of the house). There was a dialogue in which she agreed to go outside,” Russo said. “She did leave with an individual that was unknown to the family around midnight.”

It’s unclear what exactly the teen said to lure her outside, but Russo said she believed she was helping the boy. One neighbor who lives near the Vijils said the same boy asked his teenage sisters about 11:45 p.m. Thursday if they would help him find a pregnant cat.

Neighbors said the boy had been asking other girls in the neighborhood over the past couple of days if they wanted to play with him in the field. Mia Montana, who is 8 years old, said the boy tried to lure her to a fort behind an abandoned house two days ago. She said she declined and told her parents.

“It just scared me, and I when I’m scared I’m supposed to go tell my mom,” she said. “I was in shock because I know about girls being kidnapped and I just want to stay with my family and be happy.”

Stephanie Sala, who lives next door to the teen, said the same teen asked her 5-year-old niece if she wanted to play with him.

“I had said no because he hadn’t asked for my 5-year-old son, my 10-year-old nephew or my 12-year-old son to come and play. He just asked us for the 5-year-old little girl to come and play,” she said.

Police did not say how many people were in Kailey’s house when the boy came to the door or how many were awake. However, Russo said Kailey’s mother knew her daughter was leaving with the boy, but it was unclear if she knew where her daughter was going or why she allowed her to leave.

“This isn’t about parenting, this is about a homicide,” the chief reminded the media. “This is about a tragedy that happened to a family and to a community.”

When her daughter didn’t come back, the mother became worried and went looking for her. About 1:30 a.m., Kailey’s mother ran into two West Valley police officers at a 7-Eleven, 4807 W. 3500 South, and told them the girl was missing.

Officers started tracking Kailey by pinging her cellphone. They were led to a field near 5200 West and 3600 South just before 3 a.m., about three blocks west of the girl’s home. The overgrown horse pasture area is bordered by homes on either side, but is in the middle is a wooded area with grass that is 3 to 4 feet tall.

The officers found evidence of a “crime scene” and the girl’s body a short distance away, according to West Valley police spokeswoman Roxanne Vainuku said. Investigators said there appeared to be evidence of a struggle at the scene.

Russo said Kailey suffered some sort of trauma, but there was no evidence of a stab wound or a gunshot wound. Russo could not comment Friday if the girl was sexually assaulted. The Utah State Medical Examiner’s Office will determine the exact cause of death.

Some neighbors claimed the boy had just been released from juvenile detention, but Russo said his department had no prior dealings with him.

The 15-year-old’s family released a brief statement late Friday, saying, “Our hearts and prayers are with the Vijil family and may God comfort all families hurt by this terrible tragedy.”

Neighbor Felipe Montano said he was “sick and mad” when he heard about the death and realized how close his daughter Mia came to being lured away.

“There is a family out there that everybody needs to pray for who did lose their child who is not as lucky as we were,” he said. “Be aware of your children, keep an eye on them, watch them.”

The Deseret News

Fayose condemns DSS invasion of Col. Dasuki’s homes, says; “Dictatorship returning to Nigeria”

Press statement from Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose. Read below..

Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose has condemned the invasion and sealing-off of the Abuja and Sokoto residences of the immediate past National Security Adviser (NSA), Col Sambo Dasuki (rtd) by men of the Department of State Services (DSS), saying; “persecution of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) stalwarts and others perceived as opposed to the All Progressives Congress (APC) federal government is an ominous sign of imminent return of dictatorship and draconian rule in Nigeria.”

The governor, who said he still believed that the invasion of Col. Dasuki homes may not have the backing of President Mohammadu Buhari, said; “if this is being done by some people to please the president, he should check the excesses of those behind it and call them to other because overzealousness by those that are close to the president is inimical to the image of the government.”

In a statement issued in Ado-Ekiti today his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, Governor Fayose said he was sad that democracy is already being put on trial, less than two months that President Mohammadu Buhari assumed office, adding that; “Rather than invading homes of Nigerians and putting people under house arrest, the government should invade Boko Haram territories and arrest the insurgents.”

Governor Fayose, who also condemned the persecution of Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, said; “the desperate plot to remove Senator Ekweremadu from office is dangerous to democratic rule in Nigeria because there is no portion of the Nigeria’s 1999 Constitution that made positions of Senate President and Deputy Senate President the exclusive rights of the political party with highest number of senators.”

He said; “President Buhari should rather keep Boko Haram under house arrest, not opposition party members. Those heavily armed security men that invaded Col. Dasuki’s Abuja and Sokoto homes should have been put to a better use by sending them to the Boko Haram ravaged North Eastern part of Nigeria. “The president should keep the rising exchange rates of Dollar, Pound Sterling, Euro and other foreign currencies under house arrest.

He should pay attention to governance, be guided by the rule of law and be for everyone and for nobody as he promised when he was sworn into office.” He advised President Buhari to be magnanimous in victory, act like a leader and father of all Nigerians instead of seeing his return to power as an opportunity to revenge against those perceived to have wronged him in the past. The governor asked; “Was there any invitation by the DSS to Col. Dasuki that he refused to honour?

Isn’t it worrisome that in this democratic age, security agents could in a commando-like invade the house of a former NSA to carry out his arrest when there is no record that he was invited and he refused to honour the invitation, or that he resisted arrest? “Could Col. Dasuki’s present ordeal be as a result of his advice that the presidential election be postponed? “Is this not an indication of an impending clampdown on PDP members and other Nigerians perceived not to be on the same page with the President Buhari-led All Progressives Congress (APC) government?

“We in the PDP supported our party during the presidential election like every other loyal party members should do, should this display of support for our party and its candidate now warrant persecution by the federal government? “If Col. Dasuki actually committed any offence to warrant his arrest and questioning by the DSS or any of the country’s security agencies, shouldn’t warrant of arrest have been issued against him? Shouldn’t he have been invited by the DSS instead of invading his houses and sealing them off in a commando-liked manner?

“Nigerians must therefore rise against this emerging dictatorship and save the country’s democracy from imminent collapse because today, it is Col. Dasuki, tomorrow it can be any other person.”

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Our situation in Nigeria…so sad!