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  • Armed men invade Alaba Market, kill, abduct one

    Armed men Tuesday invaded the Alaba International Market, and in the melee shot one dead before abducting a trader. Our source also noted that some other people were injured as they abducted and left with a union leader, Emeka Mozoba. The armed men were said to be dressed in police and army uniforms, and in…

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  • BREAKING: Police arraign Evans Wednesday after investigation

    Investigations into crimes allegedly committed by Evans, the motorious kidnap suspect have been concluded by the police. This conclusion is within the 90 days remand order granted Nigeria Police by the court in Lagos to handle investigation and bring charges against him. Evan’s first accusation is the kidnap of Mr. Donatus Dunu in Ilupeju Lagos…

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  • Suspected robbers kill Pastor in Ondo

    From: Bamigbola Gbolagunte, Akure A Pastor with the Nigerian Baptist Convention has been killed by suspected armed robbers in Okitipupa, headquarters of Okitipupa  Local Government Area of Ondo State. The deceased who was said to be the resident pastor of Goodnews Baptist Church was reportedly shot dead by robbers who stormed his resideence located within…

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  • IPOB blasts ACF over attack on Ohaneze president

    …Demands arrest of DG DSS, AGF leaders for disobedience to court orders From: Jeff Amechi Agbodo, Onitsha The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), on Tuesday, condemned the attack on the President of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief John Nnia Nwodo by the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) for rising up in defence of the truth. The group called…

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  • Again, pro-Buhari rally rocks Bauchi

    FROM: PAUL ORUDE, BAUCHI Social  and economic activities  came to a standstill in some parts of Bauchi metropolis, in Bauchi State, on Tuesday, following a massive rally in support of President Muhammadu Buhari. Hundreds of placard-carrying supporters of the President, including women, marched through streets of Bauchi, brandishing brooms, ending their rally at Government House,…

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  • Notting Hill: Ambode has demonstrated rare commitment to tourism – Melaye

    …Says governor using creative industry to boost Nigeria’s image Senator representing Kogi West Senatorial District, Mr. Dino Melaye, on Monday, lauded the various initiatives of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State towards the promotion of tourism and entertainment, saying that the Governor has demonstrated rare commitment to the sector. Speaking at the 51st edition of…

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  • Family of slain Bayelsa APC member seeks justice

    From: Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa The family of Matthew Jacob Oponomok, an All Progressive Congress (APC) faithful, who was killed when suspected militants attacked the party secretariat has called on the leadership of the party to ensure justice for the deceased. Recall that on August 18, during the inauguration of the acting Chairman of the party,…

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  • Anambra guber: ACD elects female candidate

    From: Geoffrey Anyanwu, Awka The Advanced Congress of Democrats (ACD), on Tuesday, elected a female, Lolo Oby Kate Okafor, as its candidate for the November 18 governorship election in Anambra State. In a ‘yes voice vote’ the party which held its primary election at its state secretariat along Zik Avenue, Awka unanimously elected Okafor who…

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  • Uganda hunts for porn users

    Ugandan Ethics Minister, Simon Lokodo, said on Tuesday that a committee to eradicate pornography in the country has started work. Lokodo said that the government blamed sexually explicit materials for everything, from drug abuse to homosexuality. The minister said that the nation will invest roughly 500 million dollars yearly to stop “one of the deadliest…

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  • After clashes, Uganda reinforces border with South Sudan

    The Ugandan military had reinforce the security on the border with South Sudan after the weekend clashes that left 19 people dead, Brig. Richard Karemire, the Ugandan military spokesperson said on Tuesday. Karemire said that security has been enhanced at Kaya border to ensure the South Sudan warring parties do not cross into Uganda without…

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