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WhatsApp drug dealer convicted using fingerprints taken from photo

Police in South Wales have arrested a drug dealer based on a WhatsApp message with a photograph of the dealer’s hand holding an assortment of pills, according to a report from the BBC.

INEC discovers ineligible voters in Taraba

The Taraba State Office of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said it found some ineligible persons who were registered in the ongoing continuous voters registration (CVR).

Retirees to use biometric for pension entitlements

Operators of the Contributory Pension Scheme are putting in place a biometric method to improve documentations of retirees and ensure proper payments on entitlements.

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