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Time for the APC federal government to think

This is the time for the All Progressives Congress (APC) Federal Government to settle down and reflect. I mean think about their failure in governance.

O.J. Simpson to be released from prison

Disgraced American football star O.J. Simpson, whose racially charged 1995 murder trial riveted the nation, is expected to be released from prison as early as Monday after nine years behind bars for armed robbery.

Drama as armed robbery suspect disowns co-defendant in court

Proceedings at an Ikeja High Court on Wednesday took another turn when Ahmed Isiaka, a defendant charged with armed robbery, told a stunned courtroom that he did not know his female co-defendant.

Police demand sex in exchange for my bail – Woman tells court

A Lagos High Court was stunned today as a 27-year-old detained housewife, Mrs Victoria Amodu, accused an Investigative police officer (IPO) at Special Anti Robbery Squad, Ikeja Division, of demanding sex before she could be released from custody.

Activist urges govts to invest more in agriculture

Mr Edward Ugwueze, a human rights activist, has urged the Federal and State Governments to invest more in agriculture to boot the success of diversifying the nation’s economy and achieve food security.

Police parade suspected fake soldiers, kidnappers, armed robbers in Abuja

Men of the Nigeria Police Force have arrested 31 suspected members of notorious kidnap and armed robbery gangs terrorising travellers along the Abuja–Minna and Abuja–Kaduna highways.

1,000 suspected kidnappers, robbers arrested – IGP

The Nigeria Police has said it had arrested more than 1,000 kidnapping and armed robbery suspects.

Nigerian Army restates aims of Operation Python Dance, says exercise ends Oct. 14

The 82 Division of the Nigerian Army said that its Field Training Exercise Codenamed Exercise EGWU EKE (Python Dance) II, currently going on the South-eastern part of the country will last till 14th October 2017.

The Python does not dance…

An operational code name requires creativity, it is meant to be a cover up, hide the real intentions of the operation, achieve a public relation stunt if possible, and ease communication and strategic documentation within the military hierarchy.

Operation Python Dance to be staged every year in South-East – Army

The Nigerian Army on Sunday said Operation Python Dance, which is currently going on in the South-East, would be staged in the region every year.

Nnamdi Kanu and dance of a cold-blooded python

Even though the Nigerian military, like the military all over the world, is used to christening its strike operations scary cognomens, finding out what informed its latest operations in the South East which it codenamed Operation Python Dance may open a vista into what the military thinks of us as a people.

IPOB: Anyone who wants to foment trouble must be crushed – Umahi

Dave Umahi, governor of Ebonyi state, says anyone who wants to foment trouble must be crushed.

Why we proscribed IPOB – South-east govs

The Chairman of the South-east Governors Forum and Governor of Ebonyi State, Dave Umahi, has said the forum decided to proscribe the activities of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, to stop the rising tension in the zone.

Court remands 30 IPOB members in prison

A Chief Magistrate Court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, on Thursday, remanded 30 suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra in prison custody.

IGP Idris meets Osinbajo over IPOB crisis

Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday met with the Inspector General of Police, Idris Abubakar, over the crisis between the Nigeria Army and the Indigenous People of Biafra in Abia State and some parts of Rivers State.

Police arrest attackers of DPO in Ogun

Two suspected members of an armed robbery gang, who allegedly shot and injured the Divisional Police Officer of Ogbere Division, in Ijebu East Local Government Area of Ogun State, CSP Adeyinka Akingbade, have been arrested by the operatives of Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad.

Police parade native doctor for aiding human trafficking in Edo

The Edo State Police Command, on Thursday, paraded a native doctor for allegedly aiding and abetting human trafficking.

Police arrest dismissed cop, five others for killing Catholic priest

The suspected killers of Rev. Fr. Cyriacus Onunkwo of the Orlu Catholic Diocese, Imo State, were on Thursday paraded by the state Commissioner of Police, Chris Ezike.

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