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Hoodlums attack Niger council chief

He explained that the meeting had twice been postponed over security concerns, but expressed optimism that those behind the incident would be apprehended and brought to justice.

Three feared killed as hoodlums clash in Ibadan

Three people were feared killed on Thursday, while many were injured as hoodlums clashed in Abebi, Oloosa-Oko, Oopo and Orita-Merin areas of Ibadan, Oyo State.

Senate to investigate attack on Senator Urhoghide

The Senate on Wednesday mandated its Committee on Police Affairs to investigate an attack on Sen. Matthew Urhoghide (PDP-Edo) in Benin on April 27.

Police nab two suspected motorcycle robbers

Two suspected robbers specialising in stealing motorcycles have been arrested by men of the Ogun State Police Command.

Police: We will take Senator Melaye to court without delay

The Nigeria Police have insisted that they would dock Senator Dino Melaye ‘without any delay’, after re-arresting him from an Abuja hospital today.

Senator Melaye rearrested by police, faces trial ‘without delay’

The Nigeria Police said they would arraign Senator Dino Melaye ‘without any delay’, after re-arresting him from an Abuja hospital today.

Zamfara emirate decries military’s late responses to attacks

Anka emirate council in Zamfara State has decried what it described as the late military’s late response to killings in the area and declared three days mourning, fasting and prayers for those killed in the herdsmen attacks and to seek God’s intervention over insecurity.

Osun Speaker: Snatching of mace at Senate, worrisome, disturbing

Speaker of Osun House of Assembly, Rt. Hon Najeem Salaam, has described the snatching of the mace by suspected hoodlums at the Senate as a bad omen to democratic setting in the country.

NLC: Invasion of hallowed chamber a threat to democracy

The invasion of the hallowed chamber of the Senate on Wednesday by hoodlums and miscreants, who carted away the mace, has been described as “a violation of the sanctity of the Senate and a threat to democracy’’.

Mace theft: Tight security at National Assembly

Security was beefed up at the National Assembly complex on Thursday after Wednesday’s invasion of the Senate by some hoodlums, who made away with the mace.

Balarabe Musa: Senate mace snatching saga disgraceful, dangerous

A former governor of old Kaduna State, Balarabe Musa, has described Wednesday’s snatching of the mace in the Senate by suspected hoodlums as disgraceful.

Lagos issues 24-hour ultimatum to furniture traders on Oshodi-Mile 2 Road

The Lagos State Government has served all furniture traders on road setbacks and walkways from Oshodi to Mile 2 area 24-hour ultimatum to vacate.

Police recover three bodies as suspected herdsmen attack commuters

Suspected Fulani herdsmen on Saturday allegedly ambushed commuters in Jebu Miango Village in Bassa Local Government Area.

Five suspected kidnappers arrested in Katsina

Not less than five suspected kidnappers were said to have been arrested by men and officers of the Katsina State Police Command.

Police parade 13 suspected armed bandits

The Police Command in Niger says it has arrested 11 suspected armed bandits and two armed robbers terrorising Birnin Gwari and Tegina axis.

Four injured as sanitation officials, traders clash in Lagos

No fewer than four operatives of the Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Corps on Tuesday sustained varying degrees of injury during a confrontation with some angry traders in Araromi, Oshodi area of Lagos State.

Rep Oghene Egoh wants life imprisonment for ritualists

Mr Oghene Egoh, a member representing Amuwo Odofin Federal Constituency at the House of Representatives, on Sunday advocated life imprisonment for those who were caught for killing human beings for alleged rituals.

Seven feared killed in Rivers fresh cult clash

Seven persons were feared killed Friday night in a clash between two rival cults in Ajakaja, Andoni Local Government Area of Rivers State

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