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A 32-year-old Pastor’s wife of an undisclosed church located in Nsit Atai Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State identified as Mrs. Victoria Elijah Ndu, has been arrested for planning her kidnap.
The police in Akwa Ibom State on Wednesday shot a resident for allegedly picking stolen money which dropped along Wellington Bassey Way, Uyo.
The Associate Pastor of Winners’ Chapel, Mr Michael Okon, has petitioned the police high command and the Department of State Services, over an alleged unlawful detention by the police.
Sixty-seven people suspected to be members of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have been remanded in prison for their alleged involvement in the mayhem and security unrest that rocked Abia State recently.
The Federal Government says it will meet with the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Work, (NUPENG) on Tuesday toward apprehending the ongoing industrial action embarked by the union.
The Presidency says loss of court cases by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) against some suspected corrupt Nigerians will not deter it from continuing its anti-corruption fight.
Tunisia has indefinitely postponed its first municipal elections since a 2011 uprising that toppled long-time dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, the electoral commission said Monday.
Spain on Monday ordered North Korea’s ambassador to leave the country by September 30 in protest over Pyongyang’s nuclear tests, which it has criticised as “a serious threat to peace”.
Gennady Golovkin retained his three world titles Saturday, fighting to a draw with Mexican star Canelo Alvarez in a showdown for middleweight supremacy that lived up the hype.
Mr Geoffrey Onyeama, Nigeria’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, says the country does not require any international help to curtail any threats posed by the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB).
The Kaduna State chapter of Christian Association of Nigeria on Friday called on all Nigerians of goodwill to help promote peace.
Several hundred ultra-Orthodox Jews demonstrated in Jerusalem on Sunday to protest against a court ruling that could require them to serve in the army like their secular counterparts.
Orji Kalu, former Abia state governor, says the Igbo have at some point been marginalised by their own people.