Actress Iheme Nancy demands justice for little girl who was allegedly assaulted by her boss for refusing to have s*x with him


Actress Iheme Nancy is demanding justice for a little girl, Mary Victor Okon, who was allegedly physically assaulted by her guardian after she refused to have sex with him.   Mary said she was brought to live with a family in Lagos by her Uncle and was promised to be paid N10, 000 a month. She said she hasn’t received her salary since she moved in with the family.   Posting photos of the victim with injuries on her body, Nancy wrote ”This happened this morning at Badore where we are currently filming.,…

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Leiester 3 – 1 Man Utd: Kelechi Iheanacho’s double sends Manchester United 1out of FA Cup


Leicester City have now qualified for the FA cup semi-final and will play Southampton for a place in the FA Cup final after a Kelechi Iheanacho brace helped the Foxes to a 3-1 win over Manchester United at the King Power Stadium on Sunday night, March 21. Leicester, clearly the better side mesmerized Manchester United with their intense pressing style from the beginning.   Fred starting alongside a below par Matic, played a ball straight to Iheanacho in the box in the first half to which the Nigerian calmly grabbed…

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Nigerian lady left traumatized after she got “hypnotized” and duped of N3.2 million by a fake Islamic cleric (video)


A Nigerian lady identified as Tobi is currently traumatized after she was “hypnotized” and fleeced of N3.2 million by a fake Islamic cleric.   She shared her story on her Instastories. Read below   See videos of the suspects and where she was held below  

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Nelson Mandela’s once elegant house now an eyesore after family abandoned and failed to pay bills for it (photos)


Former South African President, Nelson Mandela’s once-elegant Houghton home in Johannesburg is now an abandoned eyesore.   The house at 12th Avenue in which some of the world’s leading figures were hosted in, was until last year occupied by Mandela’s grandchildren, Ndaba, Mbuso and Andile, who are the sons of the late Makgatho Mandela. Makgatho was Madiba’s son by his first wife, Evelyn.   Sunday Times reported that the electric gate is seemingly broken, portions of the roof fascia are missing or collapsing, the tennis court is crumbling and the tiled roof of one of the…

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Wife of Nigerian Air Force personal killed in February marries his older brother (photo)


The wife of the Nigerian Air Force personal who was killed in February has married his older brother. Late Abubakar was among the NAF personnel killed during a gun duel with armed bandits at Ungwan Laya near Birnin Gwari on Saturday, February 13. He was buried the next day. Read here. The wedding which he had celebrated on Facebook, was supposed to take place in March. On Saturday March 20, the bride married his older brother.  

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“I did evil to a girl that did nothing to me” Man confesses on Facebook to gang-raping a girl with his friends after 3 of the friends died mysteriously


A confession posted on Facebook has caught the attention of users.   A Facebook account with the name DonKelly Onyeka shared a post, confessing to gang-raping a woman named Ujunwa Olivia multiple times along with four of his friends.   He alleged that they raped her through the anus and then went after her twice to rape her again after their “capone” said she’s “tight”.   He explained that since they committed the multiple gang-rape, his friends have been dying one after the other. Three have died and it’s only…

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Woman caught breastfeeding a snake


Residents of Nenohwe Village in Zimbabwe have reportedly been left in shock after a woman was caught at her friend’s house breastfeeding a giant snake.   The Manica Post reported that Gogo Nenohwe was spotted by a 12-year-old girl as she breastfed the snake while uttering names of fellow villagers whom she wanted her pet to deal with.   Following the allegation, the two elderly friends Gogo Savie Nenohwe and Gogo Ethel Sithole have been arraigned before a Chief Mutambara court on charges of witchcraft. The key witness narrated the incident in court on Saturday March…

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Lady who slept with 13-year-old boy wins bail application, Judge rules that the minor was a ‘willing participant’


26-year-old Precious Teya who was arrested for sleeping with a 13-year-old boy has been freed on $10,000 bail, following a successful bail appeal at the High Court on Friday March 5.   Teya who was initially denied bail when she appeared before Harare provincial magistrate Vongai Guwuriro on charges of indecent assault, won her bail application after High Court Judge Tawanda Chitapi ruled that based on the evidence presented, the juvenile was a willing and consenting participant.   This came after her lawyer, Moses Nyatsoma argued that she was not guilty of the charges because she…

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Wives of cult leaders, 48 suspects arrested as police raid Lagos communities


Men of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested at least 50 suspected cultists and armed robbers including 12 women. Spokesperson o the command, Muyiwa Adejobi, who disclosed this in a statement on Sunday March 7, said 50 suspected cultists and armed robbers were arrested during raids on their hideouts in the Imota, Igbokuta, Adamo and Emure areas of Ikorodu.   Adejobi said two of the women arrested with arms are wives of  Aiye Confraternity leaders in Igbokuta Emure.     “The police boss in the state re – echoed the command ’s…

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Lagos state police command arrests and parades 113 COVID19 violators (photos)


The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State,  CP Hakeem Odumosu today March 8 paraded One Hundred and Thirteen (113) men and women at the Command Headquarters, Ikeja for the violation of COVID19 protocols in the state.   Ademuyiwa Adejobi, spokesperson of the command said the violators were arrested on Sunday, March 7 at Garbana Club, Ajao Estate and DNA Club, Victoria Island, Lagos by police operatives of the command including the Lagos State Taskforce led by the Commander, CSP Sola Jejeloye.   The Commissioner of Police, while parading the suspects, vowed to go…

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Nigerian Singer Barry Jhay Arrested In Ghana In Connection To The Death Of His Label Boss, Karshy Godson

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Barry Jhay is in police custody in Ghana in connection to the death of his late label boss, Karshy Godson. (Newsworld) NIGERIAN SINGER BARRY JHAY HAS BEEN ARRESTED IN GHANA IN CONNECTION TO THE DEATH OF HIS LABEL BOSS KARSHY GORDON. News broke on Sunday, March 7, 2021 that Karshy Gordon, the boss of CashNation Entertainment committed suicide by jumping from a balcony in Ghana. Headies-winning Nigerian artist, Barry Jhay is the frontline artist of the label. Now,  STREETREQUEST.COM has exclusively learned that the singer has been arrested in Ghana in connection…

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We are dealing with remnants of North-East terrorists in other parts of the country – Governor Fayemi


Governor Kayode Fayemi has raised an alarm of some North-East terrorists spreading to other parts of the country.   The Chairman of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum who met with Governor Sani Bello on Tuesday February 23, stated that what Nigeria is witnessing, whether banditry or kidnapping, has no name other than terrorism.   Fayemi said;   “At the level of the governors’ forum, we met last week and we came out with some specific ideas we have shared with the federal authority but for us, our visit is in commiseration, solidarity and…

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Malawian Police issue new warrant of arrest for Prophet Bushiri and his wife


The Malawian police has issued a new arrest warrant for controversial millionaire Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Prophetess Mary Bushiri of the Enlightened Christian Gathering.   Recall that after Malawian authorities stopped members of the Prophet’s family from leaving the country for Kenya, the police stormed his home but could not find him and his wife, Mary.   National Police spokesperson James Kadadzera confirmed the new warrant of arrest that was issued to fugitive Prophet Bushiri and his wife to Malawitalk.   The Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services spokesperson Martin Gongolo, also said…

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Man sent to prison over failure to produce suspect he stood for as surety


A man has been sent to prison over failure to produce the suspect he stood for as surety.   Mr. Gajah Omayulele Lovely was arraigned before Justice G. O. Imadegbelo of the Edo State High Court sitting in Benin City on Tuesday, February 23.   According to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Mr.Lovely was arraigned on a two count charge of conspiracy to pervert justice and failure to produce a suspect (Richman Pere) for whom he stood as surety. One of the counts reads: “that you Gajah Omayulele…

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Former Chief of Air Staff, Mohammed Dikko Umar acquitted of six out of seven fraud charges


Mohammed Dikko Umar, a former Chief of Air staff has been acquitted of six out of seven fraud charges filed against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).   Umar was first arraigned in 2016 afer the anti-graft agency accused him of being involved in money laundering and procurement fraud to the tune of about N9.7 billion, while he was in office between 2010 and 2012.   Justice Nnamdi Dimg alt=’Former Chief of Air Staff, Mohammed Dikko Umar acquitted of six out of seven fraud charges ‘ class=’img-responsive text-center’ style=’margin: auto;’ba of the…

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Cryptocurrency has no place in our monetary system at this time – CBN governor, Godwin Emefiele tells Senate


The Central Bank of Nigeria is maintaining its stand on the ban on Cryptocurrency.   The governor of the apex bank, Godwin Emefiele, who appeared before the Senate Joint Committee on Banking, Insurance, and other financial institutions on Tuesday, February 23, said that money laundering, terrorism financing, and other criminal activities were being carried out using the digital currency.   Describing the operations of cryptocurrencies as dangerous and opaque, the CBN Governor said the use of cryptocurrency contravened an existing law. He said given the fact that cryptocurrencies were issued…

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Many reportedly killed as Boko Haram members attack Maiduguri


Many persons have reportedly been killed after Boko Haram members attacked Maiduguri, the Borno state capital this evening February 23.   HumAngle reports that the sect members stormed the Kaleria area close to the University of Maiduguri, firing multiple rockets and killing dozens of persons.   Many persons are said to have sustained serious injuries from the attack.   Unconfirmed reports claim worshippers at a mosque on ”Layin Bori” street in the area may have been killed in the attack.   The military has deployed gun trucks to the area.

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Lifting 100 million Nigerians out of poverty isn’t by accident. We will deliver on it – President Buhari assures Nigerians


President Buhari has said that his administration’s plan to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty did not come by accident or something they just ”bumped into,” but is a deliberate one that will be pursued with remarkable grit and determination.   Speaking on Tuesday February 23 at a meeting with the Presidential Economic Advisory Council (PEAC), President Buhari agreed with the Council that the country required a poverty reduction strategy that will usher in a “rapid, sustained, sustainable and inclusive economic growth.   According to a statement released by…

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Golf legend, Tiger Woods hospitalized with ‘multiple leg injuries’ after single-vehicle accident in Los Angeles (photos)


Golf legend, Tiger Woods has been hospitalized following a single-vehicle car accident in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning, February 23,  according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.   In a statement to Golf Digest‘s Daniel Rapaport, Woods’s agent Mark Steinberg said Woods suffered multiple leg injuries in the accident.   “He is currently in surgery and we thank you for your privacy and support,” Steinberg said.     The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department said at around 7:12 a.m. PT, police responded to a single-vehicle rollover crash on the border of Rolling…

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Woman whose fiancé snatched the wig, engagement ring and slippers he gave her after he found her with another man in a mall speaks (video)


The woman who was captured in a viral video being humiliated by her fiancé has spoken.   Over the weekend, the lady was at Jabi Lake Mall with a man when her fiancé walked up to them, confronted her, then snatched the wig he bought her from her head. He also took her slippers and her engagement ring and stormed off   In a new video posted online, the lady admitted that her man overreacted by collecting all he gave her but she begged Nigerians to stop alleging that she…

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Seek psychiatric help before your case becomes unmanageabl e- Governor Ikpeazu blasts Senator Adeyemi who called him a ”Drunkard”


Abia state governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, has blasted Senator Smart Adeyemi who during the plenary of the Senate on Tuesday, February 23, described him as a “drunkard”.   The Kogi senator who contributed to a motion on Safe School Initiative in Nigeria alleged that while Abia state is governed by ”durnkards” and a “champagne drinking man”, some Governors are working hard to make the lives of residents of their states better. Adeyemi seemingly said this in response to a social media post allegedly linked to Abia-born Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, which cast aspersion on Governor Yahaya…

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23-year-old man killed during cult clash in Imo, suspect arrested (photos)


The Imo state police command has arrested a 23-year-old suspected cultist, Wisdom Uzoma, for allegedly killing a man, Tobechi Chijioke Duru during a cult clash on February 20.   A statement released by the spokesperson of the command, Ikeowku Orlando, says operatives of the Command received a distress call and moved to Agwa Secondary school,  Agwa, in Oguta LGA.   Ikeokwu said upon arriving at the scene, operatives met the remains of late Tobechi who was said to have been killed while two rival cult groups clashed at the school premises.  …

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Argentina’s medical board to rule on Diego Maradona’s death on March 8


Argentina’s public prosecutor’s office will convene a medical board on March 8 to decide whether the late football legend Diego Maradona was given proper treatment before his death, legal sources said on Tuesday, February 23.   The Argetine football legend died of a heart attack on November 25, weeks after undergoing brain surgery on a blood clot.   Investigators are trying to determine whether or not there was negligence in Maradona’s health care before he died. According to reports from Argentina, nine experts will be called on March 8 including…

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Trump wishes Tiger Woods a speedy recovery after LA crash


Former US President, Donald Trump has wished golfing legend, Tiger Woods a quick recovery after he experienced a tragic car accident on Tuesday Feb 23. Woods’ crash occurred shortly before 7:15 a.m. about 20 miles (32 kilometers) south of downtown Los Angeles, on the border of the upscale communities of Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes, officials said.   “Get well soon, Tiger. You are a true champion!” Trump said, according to former adviser Jason Miller.   Woods sustained multiple leg injuries and authorities had to use the “jaws…

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Beauty queen faces 50 years in jail after being accused of being part of a kidnapping gang (Photos)


A Mexican beauty queen is facing up to 50 years in prison after being arrested on suspicion of being part of a kidnapping gang.   Laura Mojica Romero, 25, is currently being detained in Huatusco, a city in the Mexican state of Veracruz.     She is one of three women and five men arrested by authorities. She was identified only by her first name in a statement released by investigators in the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz.   Ms. Mojica was described as one of ‘eight alleged members of…

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Neigbours give update on couple found dead in Delta; claim the lady committed suicide after poisoning her lover to death for impregnating another woman


The bodies of two live-in- lovers that were found in their apartment in Delta State is reportedly a case of suspected murder-suicide.   LIB reported that the couple identified as Ufuoma Atidja and Matilda Aghotor were found dead in their apartment along NDDC road in Amukpe, Sapele Local Government Area of the state on Saturday, February 13.   Reports alleged that the couple had died from food poisoning or probably generator fumes, however, sources close to them revealed to Vanguard that Mathilda poisoned Ufuoma because she found out that another woman was pregnant…

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Lagos state police command arrests 8 suspected traffic robbers (photos)


The Lagos Police Command in separate operations between Thursday night and early hours of Friday 12th February 2021, arrested eight (8) suspected traffic robbers in Ketu Area of Lagos State. Five of the suspects were arrested on Thursday, February 12, at about 1030pm, by a team of RRS operatives led by the Commander, Rapid Response Squad (RRS), CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi around Motorways end of Ketu while the other three (3) suspects were caught in the act by another RRS patrol team around 6am on Friday, February 12.   A statement released by…

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  Eric Ex BBNAIJA housemate Headline The Gang reality show Campaign Shoot The Gang is a reality show, a 21 housemate, 30days show that will be aired on TV and 24hrs on streaming platforms. It’s lifestyle, fashion, photography and party influenced, every housemate will have the license to live their dream life unscripted. The question is how fun are you, how interesting is your dream life, how wild/wide can you dream? More of these are what to expect on the show. The winner of the show will win a car,…

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Sanwo-Olu approves reopening of schools Monday, January 18


Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu has approved for private and public schools in the state to resume from Monday, January 18, 2021.   The decision was reached after “due consultations” with stakeholders, including Governors, Commissioners of Education, Proprietors and heads of institutions, staff unions and students.   Director General, Office of the Education Quality Assurance, OEQA, of the state Ministry of Education, Mrs Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, in a statement on Friday, Jan 15, said the Commissioner for Education, Mrs Folasade Adefisayo urged all school managers to enforce strict compliance with…

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4 men arrested for stealing church instruments


   men allegedly involved in a burglary case at a church have been detained at Akyem Ofoase Police in the Eastern Region of Ghana.   The suspects identified as Kofi Adu, a 30-year-old driver, Stephen Frimpong, a 27-year-old farmer, Anane Blabo, a 25-year-old illegal miner operator and Bismarck Adu, a 25-year-old jobless man were arrested for making away with church instruments.   The four suspects reportedly broke into both the Assemblies of Church and Open Bible Church in the Akyem Ofoase community and looted the churches’ keyboard and amplifiers.   Akyemansa District…

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I killed him in self defence – Corps member explains why she hacked man to death in Akwa Ibom

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Princess Odume, the corps member who was apprehended after killing a man in Akwa Ibom on Sunday January 10 has explained why she did it.   Upon being interrogated by the police after being arrested, the corps member who was nabbed while trying to jump over a fence after killing the young man identified as Japhet Akwaowo, reportedly said she did it in self-defence.   The police spokesperson in the state, Odiko Ogbeche-Macdon said Odume claimed Akwaowo threatened to kill her upon her refusal to oblige his request to remove her clothes so that…

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man who strangled his girlfriend and slashed her throat is jailed for life

A man who murdered his partner by strangling her before slashing her throat has been jailed for life and ordered to spend at least 18 years behind bars.   36-year-old Daryll Paterson committed the brutal attack on former dental nurse Louise Aitchison at the home they shared in Park Terrace, East Kilbride, Scotland, on April 28, 2020.   The attack was sparked by an alcohol-fuelled fight between the couple, who had been together since 2019, the court heard.   He was arrested after admitting his crime to a friend and his…

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YouTube suspends President Trump’s channel for ‘a minimum’ of one week for violating the site’s policy


YouTube announced on Tuesday it is suspending President Trump’s channel for at least a week.   The video-sharing platform confirmed in a statement that a video uploaded to President Trump’s channel violated the site’s policy against inciting violence and as a result, the platform suspended his ability to share content on YouTube for at least seven days.   “After review, and in light of concerns about the ongoing potential for violence, we removed new content uploaded to Donald J. Trump’s channel for violating our policies. It now has its 1st…

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Lagos state police command parade 237 clubgoers arrested for violating COVID19 protocols, charge them to court (photos)


Lagos state police command today Saturday, January 9 paraded 237 clubgoers who were arrested for violating COVID19 protocols. The clubgoers were arrested on Friday Night January 8 and Saturday, January 9 in the Surulere and Victoria Island axis of the state.   The state Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, while parading them, said In continuation of the vow and commitment of the command to enforce COVID-19 orders and protocols , the command has not relented on its oars in making sure that there is total compliance with covid-19 orders with a…

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Boko Haram allegedly kidnaps 35 passengers on Damaturu-Maiduguri road


Boko Haram insurgents on Friday December 18, allegedly kidnapped 35 commuters travelling along Damaturu-Maiduguri road.   The Cable reported that the insurgents appeared in military uniforms, mounted a roadblock on the highway with five Hilux vans before attacking a large convoy of commuters near Garin Kuturu in Jakana at about 5 pm and taking them away.   A military source told the publication;   “The passengers first sighted a burning fire, but they thought it was bush burning, not knowing that they had already ambushed a Dangote’s truck driver and set it ablaze.…

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Missing young woman found dead with stab wounds and her pubic hair shaved off in Enugu community


A young woman, Egbe Ogocukwu Rita, who was declared missing at Uwelu-Ibeku in Opi Town, Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State, has been found dead.   According to reports, her body was discovered on Saturday, December 19, with multiple stab wounds and some of her pubic hair removed.   It was gathered that the deceased went missing Saturday, December 12, when she went for a condolence visit at a neighbouring village, Amukpa Ogbozala, Opi, where her body was found.   Her death was confirmed on Saturday, December 19, by a member…

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United Nations – Polac Foundation Appoints Founder/CEO of AJ Global As International Peace Advocate

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Sustaining and promoting peace has always been a major function of the United Nations. This is boldly captured under its Sustainable Development Goals. As a matter of fact, Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions is the 16th goal of the SDGs. In one of its statements, the UN boldly stated; “We cannot hope for sustainable development without peace, stability, human rights and effective governance based on the rule of law”. In order to achieve this goal, the United Nations constantly reckons with individuals, groups, and organizations of decent ethical manner and…

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Lagos state police command probe death of socialite Dapo Ojora


The Lagos Police Command says it has begun an investigation into the death of socialite, Dapo Ojora, who died Friday from fatal gunshot wounds at his Ikoyi-home on Friday, December 11.   Late Ojora is a brother-in-law to former Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki. His sister, Toyin, is married to Saraki.   The spokesperson of the state police command, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, said circumstances surrounding Dapo’s death are currently being investigated and that the findings will be made public.   Read Adejobi’s full statement below “The Lagos State Police Command therefore urges the…

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Katsina state governor, Aminu Masari orders immediate closure of schools following bandit attacks on secondary school


Katsina State Governor Aminu Masari has ordered the immediate closure of all schools in the state.   Recall that earlier on Saturday December 12, armed men stormed Government Science Secondary School in ?an?ara Local Government Area of the state and began shooting into the air, causing the students to flee into the bush.   Speaking with newsmen this afternoon, Governor Masari said “This incidence has gone beyond imagination. For us, it’s highly worrisome and disturbing. I am assuring parents and guardians of these children that we couldn’t say that we are more…

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The derby nobody wanted to win: Man United vs Manchester City Derby drama ends in goalless draw (Photos/Recap)


Manchester United and Manchester City played out a bore derby stalemate at Old Trafford on Saturday night, December 12. The game, devoid of excitement, was a missed chance for both teams looking for vital points to climb the Premier League table and catch league leaders Tottenham, Liverpool and Chelsea. In the first half, Gabriel Jesus was off target while Riyad Mahrez brought a routine save from David de Gea while Scott McTominay almost scored from Victor Lindelof’s flick as United sought the breakthrough.     In the second half, Kyle…

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617 new cases of COVID19 recorded in Nigeria


617 new cases of COVID19 were recorded in Nigeria on Saturday, December 12.   According to the Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC, Lagos recorded 225 new cases, the highest for the day followed by FCT with181 new cases.   Other states with fresh cases include Kaduna-125, Adamawa-25, Nasarawa-20, Kano-12, Rivers-8, Edo-4, Ekiti-4, Bayelsa-3, Ogun-3, Plateau-3, Akwa Ibom-2, Delta-1 and Sokoto-1.   Nigeria now has 72,757 confirmed cases.   65,850 patients have so far been discharged with 1,194 deaths recorded so far.   See a breakdown of the number of cases per states…

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Nigerians react after man who hailed President Buhari a few days ago calls for his immediate resignation after his brothers were kidnapped in the Katsina school attack


Nigerians on Twitter are currently reacting after a Nigerian man who hailed President Buhari a few days ago and vowed to support him till 2023, turned around, calling for his immediate resignation.   Usman Rabiu with the handle @iam_UsmanRabiu on December 8 tweeted his love for the Buhari administration as he threw jabs at Nigerians who he described as ”Wailers”.     Sadly, on Saturday, December 12, his two brothers were among the students who were kidnapped by bandits that attacked the Government Science Secondary School in Kankara LGA in Katsina state. He disclosed this…

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Wife stabs former councillor to death during midnight fight


A former Local Government Councillor has been stabbed to death by his wife in Nkpolu-Rumuigbo, Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers State. The victim, Honourable Skin Kinikanwo Amadi was a one-time councillor at Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of the State He was reported killed by his wife identified as Ihuoma Amadi on Wednesday night in Obio/Akpor. Eyewitnesses said the victim and his wife have been facing family disagreement for over a month, but that the development worsened on Wednesday night. A woman in the Amadi’s family, wife of the victim’s…

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Anambra police kill two notorious armed robbers in gun battle (graphic photos)

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Two suspected armed robbers were on Thursday December 10, shot dead by men of the Anambra State Police Command in Onitsha.   Spokesperson for the command, SP Haruna Mohammed, who disclosed this in a statement on Friday, December 11, said the robbers were members of a notorious robbery gang led by one Ikanda, who is currently in prison for murder.   “On the 11/12/2020 at about 10:10am, there was a distress call that four armed robbery suspects who belonged to a gang led by Ikanda (a notorious armed robber presently remanded…

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Wife married for 40 years explains why she always takes a bite of husband’s lunch every day


Tracy Howell, who has been married for 40 years, has come out to explain why she has been taking a bite off her husband’s lunch before he heads off to work with it.   Writing about it on Facebook, Tracy, from Texas, revealed she has been doing it for the last forty years and explained her reason. According to her, the little daily ritual is to symbolise having lunch with him even when she’s not there.     She wrote on her Facebook: ‘Clifford and I have been married almost…

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ICC to investigate Nigeria’s security agencies over ‘Crimes Against Humanity’


The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has issued a preliminary determination to investigate Nigerian security forces over allegations of “crimes against humanity” and “war crimes”.   The ICC Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, today, Dec 11, released a statement on the conclusion of the preliminary examination of the situation in Nigeria.   The statement begins: “Today, I announce the conclusion of the preliminary examination of the situation in Nigeria.”   This is coming on the heels of allegations of human rights abuses by the country’s security forces in the north-east…

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27-year-old man stabbed to death by armed men in Delta after he reportedly won N15m bet


A 27-year-old man identified as Prince Mieyebi was stabbed to death by three armed men in Warri, Delta State, after he reportedly won N15 million in a betting game.   It was gathered that the young man was killed while closing a shop belonging to his Aunt at the popular Ogbe-Ijoh market in Warri South Local Government Area of the State on November 27.     According to reports, the assailants fled with the deceased’s mobile phone after stabbing him on various parts of his body. He died before he was rushed…

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