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  • Okorocha bombs Ohakim

    •Describes predecessor’s govt as most devalued Stanley Uzoaru, Owerri Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has described the administration of his immediate predecessor, Chief Ikedi Ohakim, as the most hated and devalued of all the past administrators of the state. He said ever since Ohakim announced his intention to re-contest the governorship position in the…

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  • Court sacks Kogi senator, Aidoko

    Godwin Tsa, Abuja A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, yesterday, sacked Senator Atai Idoko representing Kogi East Senatorial district on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP.) In a 99-page judgment on the pre-election dispute, Justice Gabriel Kolawole ordered the immediate swearing-in of Air Marshall Isaac Alfa (retd), who is also of the…

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  • IDRIS ASKS COURT TO QUASH SENATE RESOLUTION ON HIS FITNESS FOR OFFICE

    IGP okays independent inspection of SARS’ cells

    •Police probe alleged killing of monarch Molly Kilete, Abuja The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has granted an approval for the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to audit the detention cells in all police commands and formations including those of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). The exercise, according to the Head, Public Complaints Rapid…

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  • Under siege

    •Again, articulated vehicles lock down Apapa, Amuwo, Kirikiri Town Job Osazuwa A man in his 40s stood perplexed by the driver’s side of his sports utility vehicle (SUV) at about 4pm at Second Rainbow Bus Stop, along the Oshodi-Apapa Expressway, yesterday. The obviously overwhelmed man had been stuck in a traffic jam for about three…

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  • Day storm wreaked havoc in UNN

    From Felix Ikem, Nsukka It was indeed a dreadful night for the entire community of University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) following massive destruction caused by wind storm in the institution recently. Daily Sun gathered that the incident which happened on June 3, 2018 left the affected astonished and confused before the intervention of the university…

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  • Owerri landlord kills tenant over N14,000 rent arrear

    The Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Imo State Police Command, has arrested a landlord, Felix, for the murder of his tenant, 36-year-old Felix Chukwu. He was allegedly shot with a single barrel gun by Felix over N14,000 four-month house rent at Umuagwu, Ohi Owerri West Local Government. Commissioner of Police, Mr. Dasuki Galadanchi, said the ugly…

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  • Inheritance war claims teenager in Imo

    Stanley Uzoaru, Owerri If urgent steps are not taken, the family of the Adieles from Uzi-Ezike kindred, Umuzu in Eziama-Ubulu community, Oru West Local Government Area of Imo State may finish themselves over ancestral inheritance left for them by their forefathers. The family of late Odinma Adiele and Patrick Adiele believed to be biological brothers…

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  • Pomp in Onitsha as Anglican Church gets 4 new bishops

    Jeff Amechi Agbodo, Onitsha Onitsha the commercial hub of Anambra state was agog with praises, thanksgiving and exhortation to God following the consecration of four Anglican Communion Bishops and presentation of Archbishops at All Saints’ Cathedral, Onitsha. The event which attracted governor Willie Obiano of Anambra state, bishops from other churches, politicians, businessmen and technocrats…

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  • Nollywood abusing Igbo culture –Okoro, BBC translator

    Magnus Eze, Enugu Maazi Ogbonnaya Mark Okoro recently made history as the first translator for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Igbo Service. By this, he formulated the rules of Igbo grammar that guide editors, broadcast journalists and every member of the BBC Igbo. The Ebonyi State-born grammarian speaks on his experience translating about 30,000 words…

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  • Pegi: Abuja community under siege

    Robbers, herdsmen rob, kill residents on daily basis Romanus Ugwu, Abuja Every month of April reawakens sorrow and agony in Pudza family. It was the month their brother, father and breadwinner, Joseph, was brutally murdered along Pegi-Kuje Road, Abuja, in 2016. Joseph, an indigene of Chibok in Borno State, was among those displaced by the…

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