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#EndSARS: Lagos Judicial Panel summons Inspector-General Of Police

#EndSARS: Lagos Judicial Panel summons Inspector-General Of Police

The Lagos State panel hearing cases of extrajudicial activities and police brutality has summoned the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, to appear before it over a case involving one Adewale Adewuyi. Chairperson of the panel, Justice Doris Okuwobi (retired), disclosed ...

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BREAKING: Senate confirms Buratai, other ex-service chiefs as ambassadors

BREAKING: Senate confirms Buratai, other ex-service chiefs as ambassadors

The Senate, on Tuesday, confirmed the appointment of former service chiefs as non-career ambassadors-designate. Their confirmation followed the consideration of the report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, Senator Mohammed Bulkachuwa. President, Ahmad Lawan, had on February 10, directed ...

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Stevie Wonder is relocating to Ghana

Stevie Wonder is relocating to Ghana

The iconic, award-winning performer spoke to Oprah Winfrey in an interview explaining his decision, citing the political turmoil in the United States. “I wanna see this nation smile again. And I want to see it before I leave to travel to move ...

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Annie Okonkwo’s cable TV shut down, staff & suppliers cry out over unpaid debts

Annie Okonkwo’s cable TV shut down, staff & suppliers cry out over unpaid debts

Modern Communications Limited (Mcltv) a private television station in Aba Abia State is one of the foremost cable tv stations in Nigeria which started operation in the late 90’s. Senator Annie Okonkwo serves as the Chairman of Mcltv while his ...

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23 year old Nigerian, Oyindamola convicted in America for fraud

23 year old Nigerian, Oyindamola convicted in America for fraud

Oyindamola Akinrinola, 23, of Lawrence, Kansas, has pleaded guilty in federal court for her role in Nigerian fraud schemes that targeted victims across the United States.   According to US Attorney McAllister, the charges and other information presented in court: Akinrinola, ...

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COVID-19: Joe Biden calls US 500,000 deaths a ‘heartbreaking’ milestone

COVID-19: Joe Biden calls US 500,000 deaths a ‘heartbreaking’ milestone

An emotional President Joe Biden called the milestone of more than 500,000 US deaths from Covid-19 “heartbreaking” on Monday and urged the country to unite against the pandemic. “I know what it’s like,” Biden said in a national television address, referring to ...

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El Chapo’s wife arrested for Drug Trafficking

El Chapo’s wife arrested for Drug Trafficking

The wife of notorious Mexican drug trafficker Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman Loera has been on drug trafficking charges. Emma Coronel Aispuro, 31, was taken into custody on Monday, February 22, at Dulles International Airport. She is scheduled to make her ...

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11 suspected yahoo boys arrested in Auchi

11 suspected yahoo boys arrested in Auchi

11 suspected internet fraudsters have been arrested by operatives of the Benin Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.  The suspects identified as David Martins, Shegun Elijah, Abagolu Samson, Peter Emmanuel, Emmanuel Noble, Timothy Johnson, Omo-Ogbebor Uyioghosa, ...

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Pickpocket confesses to stealing over 240 phones

Pickpocket confesses to stealing over 240 phones

The Rapid Response Squad has arrested a pickpocket who disclosed that he has stolen over 240 mobile phones from Lagos commuters. The pickpocket, Ayomide Sikiru, 27, a resident of Akala, Mushin, was arrested around 10.00pm after successfully stealing a Tecno ...

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Two Nigerians arrested in India for drug trafficking

Two Nigerians arrested in India for drug trafficking

The Central Crime Branch (CCB) of India has arrested two Nigerian nationals, Augustine Okafor and Achunke Nwafor, for alleged drug peddling in the Indiranagar area. “CCB has arrested two Nigerian nationals on charges of drug peddling and seized 56 ecstasy ...

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