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New yam harvest forces down prices in Bwari, Dutse markets

Yam dealers in Bwari and Dutse markets of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) say the harvesting of new yams has forced the price of the tubers down in the market, making it more affordable to residemts.

Fake lawyer nabbed at Lagos magistrate court

Undercover operatives of the Lagos State Police Command attached to Ojo Police Station on May 25, 2018 arrested Uche Julian Nwajiakwu for impersonating as a lawyer at Ojo Magistrate Court.

Lagos fake lawyer caught after 15-year practice

Fifteen years after allegedly acting as counsel, the law has caught up with a fake lawyer, Chris Elisha, at the Ojo Magistrate’s Court, Lagos State.

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House of Reps condemn constant change of police commissioners in Bayelsa

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DSS nabs Boko Haram’s medic, gunrunner, kidnap syndicates

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FIFA ethics committee judge held in Malaysia for graft

A FIFA Ethics Committee judge was arrested on suspicion of corruption in his native Malaysia and has resigned as director of an arbitration service, his lawyer and reports said Wednesday.