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Exercise Ayem A Kpatuma
Residents of Takum and Ussa Local Government Areas of Taraba State, on Thursday, accused the army operatives of the Exercise Ayem A Kpatuma (cat race) of brutality, bias and extortion in their communities.
An Igando Customary Court in Lagos, on Wednesday dissolved the 14-year-old union between Pastor Peter Onuoha and his wife, Rose.
The Polish government has confirmed the release of the crew of a container ship, who were kidnapped by pirates off Nigeria in October.
Two tanker drivers, who allegedly stole two tankers of aviation fuel worth N1.2 million, were on Wednesday brought before a Yaba Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos.
The Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Gabriel Olonisakin, has stated that the annual budgetary provisions cannot fund the Armed Forces with its statutory responsibilities of safeguarding the nation.
The Presidential Candidate of Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN), Mr Fela Durotoye, on Wednesday said that he was not a politician and would retain the status if elected president.
A 35-year-old man, Seun Okwuyigbo, who police accused of beating and injuring his mother-in-law in the eye was arraigned in an Ogudu Magistrates’ Court, Lagos on Wednesday.
Traffic police officers have been ordered off the highways and in Kampala Metropolitan Police area except in areas that are directly involved in control of traffic jam after President Museveni accused them of corruption in his anti-graft campaign.
In a bid to create more job opportunities for its teeming youths, the Benue State Government is partnering with Afrigate Network Limited to revamp the moribund Taraku Oil Mills.
The Honorable Minister of State under the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Hajiya Aisha Abubakar, has intervened and successfully resolved the issues raised by Africoat Free Zone Enterprise, FZE, with Lagos Deep Offshore Logistic Base, LADOL.
An Italian judge, Giusy Barbara, found out on Monday that Eni and Royal Dutch Shell were fully aware that their 2011 purchase of Nigeria’s Oil Prospecting Lease (OPL 245) would result in corrupt payments to Nigerian politicians and officials.