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38-year-old serial paedophile arrested in Lagos

A 38-year-old Rotimi Abomini, fond of enticing young girls with foodstuffs in order to rape them has been arrested.

Police kill six for role in Rivers New Year day killings

The Nigerian police said they have killed six people alleged to be members of the gang that masterminded the New Year Day killing in Omoku, Rivers State.

Robbers cook, eat in couple’s house during robbery

The police have arrested some armed robbers who invaded the house of a couple in Lokoja, Kogi State, during the Yuletide.

Wanted kidnap suspect arrested while trying to reclaim operational vehicle

A kidnap suspect, Ojiedu Doctor, who had been on the wanted list of the Delta State Police Command, has been arrested as he walked into the Police Headquarters, Asaba, to reclaim a vehicle used for a kidnapping operation in 2015.

Police arrest 41 armed robbers, 7 kidnappers, recovers 131 cattle in Kebbi

Kebbi State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Ibrahim M. Kabiru, has disclosed that 41 armed robbers were arrested by his officers and 131 cattle recovered from cattle rustlers and handed over to rightful owners within year 2017.

Policemen protest 2-month salary arrears in Adamawa

Hundreds of policemen, who do business at the Nigeria Police Force Micro-Finance Bank, yesterday, in Yola, besieged the bank’s premises demanding immediate payment of two month salaries.

Police parade abductors of Gombe doctor, others

The Gombe State Police Command has paraded three suspects believed to have kidnapped a doctor working at the Dadin Kowa Cottage Hospital, sometime last October.

Police arrest woman with 187 bags of indian hemp

The police in Abuja yesterday paraded a woman found to be in possession of 187 bags of Indian hemp.

Woman accused of torturing five-year-old niece

A woman, Mrs. Esther Abgundu, a native of the Gwer Local Government Area of Benue State, has been accused of inserting a hot knife in her five-year-old niece’s private parts.

Two children murdered, stuffed into dad’s freezer

A middle age man, Aniekan Billie, from Obiokpok in Nsit Ibom Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, has lost two of his children to unidentified assassins.

I was framed for refusing to support Governor Fayose’s re-election – Ex-RTEAN chief

Former Ekiti State Chairman of the Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria (RTEAN), Rotimi Olanbiwonnu, has told an Ado-Ekiti High Court that he was framed up for the murder of former Chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), Omolafe Aderiye.

Anambra guber: Police restrict movement in Abia

The Commissioner of Police in Abia State, Anthony Ogbizi, has declared restriction of movement across the state’s border, ahead of Anambra election set to hold tomorrow, November 18.

Anambra guber: Hospitality business booms ahead of poll

The massive deployment of security personnel and personnel of other organisations for the Nov.18 Governorship election in Anambra has led to boom in hospitality business in Awka and its environs.

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