Angry mob sets two suspected bandits ablaze in Niger state


Two suspected kidnappers were burnt alive by an angry mob in Madalla area of Suleja Local Government Area of Niger State.   It was gathered that the incident happened about 10 am on Monday, May 24, few hours after about 15 persons were kidnapped at Gauraka in Tafa Local Government Area of the state.   According to eyewitnesses, the suspected bandits were about to escape when the people in the area rounded them up and set them on fire with petrol and used tyres.   It could not be confirmed if there was any link…

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Suspected kidnapper arrested in Nasarawa State allegedly confesses to selling children for N1000 each


A notorious kidnapper reportedly arrested by the police n Mararaba, Nasarawa state, has allegedly confessed to selling the children he abducted for N1000 each.   One Linus Emmanuel, a Media Monitoring Officer at The Nigeria Football Federation, who shared this in a Facebook post on Wednesday, March 31, said the suspect identified as Umaru confessed to have kidnapped five children in Mararaba and Masaka axis of Nasarawa and sold them for N1000 each to the second suspect, Bawa Madaki.   “Finally Umaru the kidnapper of children in mararaba & masaka has…

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34 suspected internet fraudsters arrested in Oyo and Lagos State


Thirty-four suspected internet fraudsters have been arrested in Oyo and Lagos State.   The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) disclosed in a statement issued on Thursday, April 1, that the suspects were apprehended in separate operations in Ibadan and Lagos.   “Twenty-four of the suspects, most of whom claimed to be undergraduates, were rounded up today April 1, 2021, at their hideout in Apete area of Ibadan, Oyo State by operatives from the Ibadan Zonal Office of the Commission,” EFCC spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren said in the statement.   The…

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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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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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Lagos state police command raid more clubs in Surulere and Victoria Island for violating COVID19 protocols (photos/Video)

Lagos state police command in the early hours of today January 9, raided more clubs in Surulere and Victoria Island and arrested the club managers and customers for violating COVID19 protocols. Bars and nightclubs in the state have been banned from operating due to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Commissioner of Police Lagos State Command, CP Hakeem Odumosu, personally led the team of Police officers and men to enforce COVID-19 protocols across the state together with the Lagos Safety Commission. The team raided Lounge 38, Bode Thomas, Surulere and…

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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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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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US condemns killing of 43 farmers in Borno state


The United States has condemned the killing of 43 rice farmers in Jere Local Government Area of Borno State, by Boko Haram insurgents over the weekend.   The US embassy in a statement released on Monday November 30, stated that abhorrent attacks are a stark reminder of why the United States stands with the Nigerian government and people as they fight to defeat terrorism and work to bring the perpetrators to justice.   It read;    “The United States condemns in the strongest terms the November 28 violent attack in Borno, Nigeria. The…

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Seven women found dead in a beauty salon in Niger state


Seven women were found dead in a beauty salon in the Rijau Local Government Area of Niger State on Thursday, July 30.   The spokesperson of the state police command, Wasiu Abiodun, who confirmed this to newsmen, said the victims, two married women and five single ladies, had gone to the salon to make their hair in preparation for Sallah when they met their untimely death.   Eyewitnesses say the women died from inhaling fumes from the generator used in the salon. The area had experienced a heavy downpour that Thursday, which affected their power supply. In…

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Man arrested in Oyo state for torturing his 7-yr old daughter


  A father has been arrested for torturing his 7-year-old daughter over time.   The Oyo State Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Inclusion’s Rapid Response Rescue Team on Sexual, Gender-Based Violence and Child Abuse rescued Antonia Happiness Bassey, 7, who has been a victim of physical abuse, torture and assault by her biological father.   Subsequently, the father, Mr Happiness Bassey, was arrested in Ibadan following a report made available to the Rapid Response Rescue Team of the Ministry on Friday, June 19.     The state’s Commissioner for Ministry of Women Affairs…

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Lady allegedly kills her lesbian partner in Delta State because she caught her sleeping with a man


A woman has died after her lesbian partner allegedly stabbed her to death and left her body to decay for days.   The deceased, identified as Vivian, allegedly caught her lesbian partner Spicykvng Vee having sex with a man.   Spicykvng Vee, who is a known stud, was reportedly embarrassed after being caught with a man. Worried about her reputation, Spicykvng reportedly apologised to Vivian and she accepted her apology.   However, she was allegedly still scared that Vivian might expose her on Facebook so she allegedly stabbed her to…

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Lagos state police command have arrested LASU student seen inappropriately kissing his 3-year-old step-sister in viral video


Men of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested Adeyeye Oluwatosin Babatunde, a Botany student of Lagos State University, who was seen in a viral video inappropriately kissing his three year old step sister (name withheld).  The incident happened on June 2 in their home in Shagamu.   A statement from the state police command spokesperson, Bala Elkana, said the state Commissioner of Police Lagos  State, CP Hakeem Odumosu saw the video and instructed detectives from the Gender Unit to analyze the video and apprehend the suspect.   The team got Babatunde arrested today…

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Oyo state governor, Seyi Makinde, reacts to video of a SARS officer allegedly assaulting a nursing mother and her three month old baby


Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo state has reacted to the report of a SARS officer allegedly attacking a nursing mother and her baby in Ibadan recently.   Recall that the Executive Secretary of the National Human Rights Commission NHRC, Tony Ojukwu, called the attention of the governor to a viral video of the officer pushing the lady via Twitter, demanding the officer must be punished.   Reacting, the governor said his government is already following up on the issue.  

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Police arrests man for allegedly raping 85-year-old grandmother in Niger state (photo)


Operatives of the Niger state police command have arrested a 25- year- old man, Ezekiel Yunana, for raping an 85- year- old grandmother in Rafi local government area in the state.   The victim who reported the case at the Kagara police division, said she was inside her house sleeping when the suspect broke into her room through the window and then raped her. She explained that Ezekiel had threatened to kidnap her, asking her to pay a large sum of money, which she told him she didn’t have. The aged woman said Ezekiel raped…

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Lagos state government lifts ban on religious activities, worship services to commence June 19


The Lagos state government has lifted the ban on religious gatherings in the state.   The ban was implemented as part of measures to contain the spread of the novel Coronavirus in the state.   At a press briefing this afternoon, the state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, said religious organizations in the state can be reopened from Friday, June 19th for the Muslims and June 21st for Christians.   The governor stated that all religious gatherings must have not more than 40% of their congregation, and that persons below the age of 15…

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Man caught red-handed defiling two minors in Edo state (video)


A middle-aged man got more than he bargained for after being nabbed defiling two minors aged 6 and 5-year-olds in Ekpoma, Edo state.   The suspect who was beaten by residents of the community, has been handed over to soldiers for more investigation.   Here is the video;         View this post on Instagram   Man caught red-handed defiling two girls aged 6 and 5-years-old in Ekpoma, Edo State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .…

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#JusticeforUWA : Edo state governor, Godwin Obaseki, reacts to the rape and murder of UNIBEN student


Edo state governor, Godwin Obaseki, has reacted to the news of the rape and murder of a 100-level student of the University of Benin UNIBEN, Uwaila Omozuwa, inside a Redeemed Christian Church of God parish in the state.   Reacting via his Twitter handle, the governor said the police has been mandated to identify, arrest and prosecute anyone found culpable in her death ”I have ordered the Nigeria Police Force (@PoliceNG ) to thoroughly investigate the circumstances that led to the death of Miss Vera Uwaila Omozuwa, a 100-level student of…

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Delta state police command reacts to viral video claiming its officers shot man dead in Jesse


A Nigerian man residing in Delta state took to his Twitter handle on Wednesday, to accuse policemen in Jesse community of killing a man.   Posting a video of the young man lying lifeless in front of a police station in Jesse community, the Twitter user wrote   ”Police shot this boy inside police station in jesse town near sapele, leaving him to die. I recorded this about 30 mins ago and it happened before I arrived. This is getting out of hand”  he tweeted   Watch the video below…

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Governors to meet over financial autonomy for state judiciary and legislature


The Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) on Tuesday May 26, announced that they will be meeting over the financial autonomy granted to state judiciary and legislature by the executive order President Buhari signed into law.   The forum’s head of media and public affairs,  Abdulrazaque Bello-Barkindo said the meeting will be holding by 2pm on Wednesday May 27.   It is also expected that the Governors will also talk about the restructuring of states’ loans,  Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) deductions, the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) ownership and the controversial National Centre for Disease Control…

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Governor Wike cancels lockdown in Rivers state; weddings and burials remain banned


Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has cancelled the lockdown earlier imposed in the state as part of measures to contain the spread of Coronavirus.   On May 7, the governor announced a 24-hour lockdown in Obio/Akpor and Port Harcourt City Local Government Areas of the state. However, in a state broadcast this afternoon, Governor Wike announced the lifting of the lockdown. He said no part of Rivers state will be under lockdown from May 26.   ” In the last two months we have implemented several calculated measures in response to…

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Governor Wike releases N450m to victims of 2019 general election in the state


Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has approved the release of N450m to victims of the 2019 general elections in Ijaw communities in Abonema, Akuku-Toru Local Government Area of the state.   The Ijaw communities recorded widespread destruction of lives and properties during the election.   Governor Wike met with the victims, family members of deceased victims, and the council of chiefs at their town hall in Abonema on Monday May 25 where he gave the assurance that they will be compensated. He told them that beginning from Wednesday May 27, the victims…

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Ogun state hotelier, Jimoh Bello, who went missing on Monday, found dead inside his car trunk (graphic photos)


A popular hotelier in Ogun State, Alhaji Jimoh Bello, who went missing on Monday night May 18, was found dead inside his car trunk along Owode-Idi-Iroko Road in the state today May 21.   Late Bello who owns Uncle J. Bee Hotel located at 168, Lagos-Idiroko Road, Owode, Yewa South Local Government area of Ogun State, left his home at Owode around 8:30pm on May 18 for Idi-Iroko but never got to his destination. His family members declared him missing after waiting for 48 hours.   After an intense search, he was…

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Doctors accuse Kogi state government of frustrating efforts to test patients for COVID-19


The Kogi state government has been accused of frustrating health officials’ effort to test patients who have COVID-19 symptoms in the state.   President of the Association of Resident Doctors, FMC Lokoja, Agwu Nnanna who lamented over the lack of adequate testing in a statement made available to newsmen last night, said the current state of things in the state has increased COVID-19 risk among health workers.   Nnanna also called on the federal ministry of health and the presidential task force on COVID-19 to “rally all relevant stakeholders in Kogi State to ensure that Coronavirus…

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Pregnant woman loses her baby allegedly after Rivers State Police detained her and her husband on their way to the hospital


Media personality, Kofi Bartels said his friend and the friend’s wife lost their baby after Rivers State police detained them when they were on their way to the hospital to have the child.   The police officers were operating based on Governor Nyesom Wike’s lockdown order that restricts movement except the person has an exemption letter or movement permit from the government.   Because the couple did not have the exemption letter, they were detained for a while. When they were eventually released, it was too late. By the time they got…

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COVID-19 patients protest in Niger state, threaten to abscond over poor treatment (video)


COVID-19 patients in Niger state on Wednesday May 6th staged a protest in their Isolation center over what they termed poor welfare and treatment meted at them.   They requested to be allowed to go baack to their homes instead of being left to ”die of hunger” at the isolation facility. This comes after COVID19 patients in Gombe state also staged their own protest.   Meanwhile one of the patients at the Niger state Isolation center has absconded from the Isolation center. This was disclosed on the state government’s Twitter handle.  …

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Lagos state government discharges 60 COVID-19 patients


Sixty more COVID-19 patients have been discharged by the Lagos State government to reunite with their families.   Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, who announced this on Twitter, said the patients comprising 40 males and 20 females, all Nigerians, were discharged today April 5. ”Today, we discharged 60 #COVID19 Lagos patients; 40 males and 20 females, from our Yaba, Eti-Osa and Ibeju-Lekki isolation facilities to reunite with their families and society.   The patients, 31 from the Mainland Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba and 19 from the Ibeju-Lekki and 10 from…

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One Coronavirus patient discharged in Sokoto state after recovering


A Coronavirus patient has been discharged in Sokoto state after receiving treatment and recovering from the disease.   The Sokoto state ministry of health made the announcment on Twitter. The male patient was discharged from the state’s Isolation facility at the infectious disease hospital in Amanawa, to reunite with the society.   The tweet reads;   Breaking! 1 more patient; male, was today discharged from our Isolation facility at infectious diseases hospital Amanawa to reunite with the society.  

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Enugu State FA chairman, Chidi Offor-Okenwa, 50, dies after battle with Leukemia


Chidi Offor-Okenwa, the chairman of the Enugu State Football Association, has died after a battle with Leukemia. He was 50.   Mr. Okenwa, who was also a Member of the Executive Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation and Chairman of the Nigeria National League died on Tuesday morning, May 5, 2020.   According to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Okenwa had been diagnosed as having leukemia, and was said to have been restless throughout the night before he slumped in the early hours. He was rushed to a private hospital in…

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Mysterious deaths hit Jigawa state as 100 persons mostly above 50 years of age die within the last 10 days

The Jigawa state government is currently investigating circumstances surrounding the mysterious deaths of over 100 persons in Hadeja local government area of the state.   The Special Assistant to the Local Council Chairman on Media, Sani Kakabori, who confirmed this to newsmen, said an average of ten persons mostly above the ages of fifty, have died everyday within the last ten days in the local government.   Meanwhile, the State Chairman COVID 19 Task force who is also the Commissioner of health, Dr Abba Zakari Committee, has constitued as investigation team led by Dr Mahmud Abdulwahab with…

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Cultists hack young man to death in Delta state (graphic photos)


A young man identified as Tega was brutally hacked to death by cultists in Sapele, Delta State on Thursday.   The supremacy battle started when a cult leader demanded cash from a rival cult member in what they referred to as ‘protection money. And when the rival cult member refused to pay, he was badly bruised and that angered members of his cult group who attacked in retaliation.   According to reports, the deceased was chased from the New Road area of the town to Irato Road, before they finally…

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First civilian Governor of Borno state, Muhammed Goni is dead


Muhammed Goni who is the first democratically elected governor of Borno State is reportedly dead.   The late politician was in his 80s and he died at the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital at about 8 p.m. on Wednesday April 29.   A relative of the former governor, Lawan Kareto who is a serving member of the Borno State executive council confirmed his death. He told Premium Times;   “We have lost our beloved elder this evening. “We thank God for the good life he has had. Living to become 80 plus is not a…

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Lagosians react in shock as state records 70 new cases of Coronavirus


  70 in Lagos is trending as Lagosians react in shock after the NCDC revealed last night that 70 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in the state alone on Sunday April 19.   The NCDC in its report stated that 86 new cases were discovered on Sunday, out of which 70 were recorded in Lagos. See reactions from Lagosians below  

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Man killed over cow in Delta State


The Delta State Police Command has confirmed the murder of 28-year-old Austin Nwaeke by suspected Fulani herdsmen.   Nwaeke was reportedly murdered over the killing of a cow in Albert Camp, said to be a farming settlement populated mainly by migrant farmers and artisan. It is located in the hilly suburbs of Oshimili South council of Delta state.   Recounting how the incident, the deceased’s widow said;   “I ran out of the house and saw my husband dead in front of the door.”   The Nation reported that Police spokesman, Onome…

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Kidnap kingpin killed in Rivers state, large cache of arms recovered


The Rivers State Police command has confirmed the death of Samuel Naakpo, a suspected notorious kidnapper and leader of a gang terrorizing the East-West axis of Ogoni-Uyo road.   Spokesman of the Command, DSP Nnamdi Omoni said detectives of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit attached to Operation Sting of the Command who acted on an intelligence they received, killed the suspect who was trying to escape from a raid on his hideout inside a forest in Ogu-Bolo Local Government Area of the state.   The police officer recovered one GMP No NN 07150, two G-3 rifles and other ammunitions…

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Oyo state confirms another COVID-19 case


The Oyo State government has recorded a new positive case of COVID-19. A statement released by the Acting Chairman of the Oyo State COVID-19 Task Force, Prof Temitope Alonge on April 4, says the latest case is a close contact of the second confirmed case who subsequently developed symptoms.   He indicated that the patient has been moved to one of the isolation centres in the state while activities at the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) are being ramped up to meet the evolving nature of the Covid-19 pandemic.   He disclosed…

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COVID-19: Was this New Medical Police State Planned?

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  “Eventually what we’ll have to have are certificates of who is a recovered person and who is a vaccinated person because you don’t want people moving around the World without their certificate.”                                                                              *Bill Gates- An Unelected American Billionaire “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed and hence…

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Lagos state government seals Jumia warehouse, Chinese firm, hotel for defying restriction order (photos)


The Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency, (LASEPA) and Lagos State Safety Commission today sealed off a warehouse belonging to Jumia, an online marketing store for defying the stay at home order issued by President Buhari.   The President on Sunday March 29th, declared a 14-day lockdown in Abuja, Lagos and Ogun states as part of measures to contain the spread of the Coronavirus. Residents of these states are to stay indoors except those that provide essential services to the public.   Also sealed today were SPN Packaging Studio Press Nigeria Plc on Plot…

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Coronavirus: Lagos state government offers to provide food items at the doorsteps of residents

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The Lagos state government has offered to provide food items at the doorsteps of residents who are currently indoors in their effort to curb the spread of coronavirus. This was made known by Babajide Sanwo-Olu on his social media page and he says the idea is to alleviate the sufferings of the people as it plans to give the food items to about 200,000 households containing six members in the first instance.   Among the food items to be distributed to residents are bags of rice, gari, beans, bread, pepper,…

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Man kills wife’s suspected lover with scissors in Ogun State


The Ogun State Police Command has arrested a 35-year-old man identified as Habeed Kasali, for reportedly killing his kinsman he suspected of having an affair with his wife.   The native of Totowu village in Igbesa allegedly stabbed 32-year-old Bamidele Johnson with scissors multiple times after a fight ensued between them during a cofrontation, leading to his death.   Ogun State Police Spokesperson, Abimbola Oyeyemi said the incident was reported at Igbesa Police Division by a family member of the deceased.   He said;   “They are both natives of Totowu. The incident occurred on Saturday. The…

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Coronavirus: Nigerian man raises alarm over poor state of isolation center his cousin was kept in Osun state; says he has not been fed since yesterday (videos)

A Nigerian man has taken to his twitter page to raise an alarm over the poor state of an isolation center his cousin who travelled in from the United Kingdom for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme was kept in, in Osun State. According to @Chinyereoranugo, his cousin who was deployed to Ekiti State for his NYSC orientation course, was quarantined and sent to Osun State after experiencing incessant cough. Chinyeren further revealed that his cousin who has not been fed since yesterday, has been complaining of dizziness after…

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Coronavirus: 28 people have been quarantined in Ogun State

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28 persons have been identified and quarantined in connection with the victim of the Coronavirus (COVID – 19) earlier confirmed by the Federal Government on Friday. Ogun state governor, Dapo Abiodun disclosed this on Friday. The victim, an Italian who is also a consultant to a cement company, reportedly visited the factory in Ewekoro, Ogun State, on Tuesday.     The State Commissioner for Health, Dr Tomi Coker, who addressed journalists earlier on Friday, said the victim had arrived from Lagos on Tuesday, but developed fever and was treated at…

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Kano state government bans Almajiri children from street begging


Kano State Government has banned street begging by Almajiri children in the state.   The state governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, made this known during the launch of Basic Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) and the Distribution of Offer of Appointment to 7,500 volunteer teachers, held at Sani Abacha Stadium, Kofar Mata, today Tuesday February 25th.  He said the move is to ensure all children in the state benefit from the free and compulsory primary and secondary schools education policy provided by the state.   The governor announced that any child found begging will be caught…

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“Flex When You Have The Time” – Last words final year Benue State University student posted on Facebook hours before he was shot dead by cultists


Two final year Mass Communication and Sociology student of Benue State University, BSU, Makurdi, were shot dead in the Gyado Villa area of Makurdi town by alleged rival cult members on Monday night.   It was gathered that the victims Sesugh Simonpeter Shija and Valentine Simon were at a football viewing centre when the assailants stormed the venue and shot them at close range. “We were watching a football match at the viewing centre when about three young men, we suspect are cult members came into the place around 10…

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First photos, video from BBNaija’s Nina’s introduction ceremony in Imo state.

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Nina held her introduction ceremony with her fiance today, at Imo state. Recall that the big brother naija reality TV star took to her Twitter account to announce that she already found true love, as well as a lifetime of happiness she never thought was possible within a short time.     Nina’s sister, Maureen confirmed her wedding introduction by sharing a photo which came with the caption; “Congratulations to my lovely sister” WATCH A VIDEO BELOW; Video Player 00:00

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Pathetic state of a primary school in Kebbi where pupils sit on bare floor (photos)


A Nigerian man identified as Muhammed Mubarak took to Facebook on Friday, to post photos of the dilapidated Bayan Tsaha Model primary school in Birnin Kebbi,  Kebbi State, where pupils sit on bare floor. “Earlier this morning I went to a school bayan tsaha model primary school near mechanical village birnin Kebbi metropolises, Kebbi State. This is one of the primary school in the area, at first I thought this building is obsolete, but I was told that it’s serviceable . That students still sit on the floor of this classroom.the school…

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Woman arrested for selling a kidnapped boy for N300,000 in Niger state


The Niger State Police Command has paraded one Bose Isaac for selling an abducted baby boy for N300,000.   The suspected child trafficker was planning her escape at the time of her arrest following a missing person complaint made by the father of the victim, Gambo Shua’ibu of Cikin-Gari village on August 24.   Niger state Police Public Relations Officer, Muhammad Abubakar said the suspect was arrested by a team of policemen attached to the Kagara Division. According to him, Bose  Isaac confessed to abducting the boy and taking him to a woman in Ogun State who promised…

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