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Kaduna community raises the alarm over influx of sophisticated weapons

The Adara Development Association (ADA) an umbrella body for the Adara ethnic Nationality in Kaduna State have raise the alarm over alleged acquisition of dangerous weapons in Kasuwan Magani village, Kajuru local government area, where bloody violence broke out between Muslim and Christian youths on February 26.

Ex-Governor Kalu: PDP members caught rigging in 2019 election will be lynched

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, and former governor of Abia State, Chief Orji Uzor Kalu, has declared that any member of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, caught rigging election in 2019 will be lynched.

Two kidnappers shot dead, victim rescued unhurt in Ogun

The Nigeria Police Force, Ogun State Command, has shot dead two members of kidnap syndicate when they engaged men of FSARS in gun battle in a bid to rescue an abducted women.

GCDP wants drug abuse decriminalised

Drug advocates have called on the federal government to abolish policies that criminalise drug users but treat it as a public health issue.

Four beheaded, 55 suspects arrested in fresh cult clash in Rivers

The Rivers State Police command has paraded 55 suspects arrested for various criminal activities, while at least five persons have been reported dead following a violent cult clash in Rivers.

Emir Sanusi asks Miyetti Allah to expose killer herdsmen

Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammad Sanusi II, has asked the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), to expose criminal herdsmen among them.

Osun govt raises alarm over menace of Fulani herdsmen

Osun State government on Thursday raised the alarm over the menace posed by the activities of Fulani’s herdsmen in the state, saying incessant cattle’s invasion of farmlands was capable of constituting threats to food security and security of lives, most especially in rural communities.

IGP Ibrahim Idris denies collecting N10m from Benue tax board

The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has denied sending his Assistant Commissioner of Police, ASP, and Commander of the Police X-Squad in Benue, Olukayode Ayilara, to collect N10 million from the Benue State Board of Internal Revenue Service, BIRS.

Miyetti Allah want soldiers deployed to border towns

The Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), Nasarawa State Chapter, have called for the deployment of military to border towns between Nasarawa and Benue, to curtail the incessant attacks on the area.

Any increase in fuel pump price an indirect tax on Nigerians to fund APC...

The Peoples Democratic Party on Friday told the Federal Government to perish the thoughts of hiking the price of fuel from the “already exorbitant” N145 per litre, saying such would not only be “criminal, but inhuman and completely unacceptable.”

Police arrest 10 over New Year Eve attack in Ilorin

Kwara State police command has arrested ‎10 persons in connection with suspected attack on religious worshippers during new year eve in the Ilorin metropolis.

Governor Ahmed condemns attack on worshippers in Kwara

Kwara State Governor, Dr Abdulfatah Ahmed, has condemned the midnight attack on worshippers on the eve of the new year along Ibrahim Taiwo road in Ilorin.

Soldier, 4 others arrested for alleged hijack of fuel-laden truck

Corporal Akpan Edet, 28, who is believed to be a serving soldier with 81 Batallion of the Nigerian Army, Mokola, Ibadan, has been arrested along with four civilians for allegedly hijacking fuel-laden truck in Ibadan.

Donald Trump judicial nominee Matthew Petersen quits

President Donald Trump’s nominee for the federal court in Washington withdrew from consideration after a video that showed him admitting a lack of experience and ignorance of basic legal concepts went viral.


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