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Why we’re opposed to Benue’s Anti-Open Grazing Law – Miyetti Allah

Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) has said herdsmen were not consulted before the introduction of the Anti-Open Grazing Law operating in Benue State.

Miyetti Allah begs fed govt, National Assembly to intervene in Benue anti-open grazing law

Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) has called on Federal Government, National Assembly (NASS) and international community to intervene in the Anti-Open Grazing Law operating in Benue.

Suspected herdsmen kidnap man in Ondo, demand N5m

Four persons suspected to be herdsmen have allegedly abducted a middle aged businessman identified as Oyewale Akinwande at Idoani in Ose Local Government Area of Ondo State.

Fear grips Benue residents over suspected herdsmen attack

Palpable fear of further herdsmen attack has gripped residents of some parts of Logo Local Government Area of Benue State as thousands of people were seen leaving the areas.

Police arrest burglar of Senator Nwaoboshi’s residence in Asaba

The Police in Delta said they had arrested one Emeka Ezeonyi who allegedly broke into the residence of Sen. Peter Nwaoboshi in Asaba and carted away cash and other valuables.

Police arrest runaway mother for dumping baby in Kebbi

The Kebbi State Police Command has arrested a 23-year-old girl, identified as Gambo Suleiman, who dumped her new born baby boy near the house of a former Military Administrator of Ekiti State, the late Col. Inuwa Bawa, in Yauri, Kebbi State.

Global cyber crime loss to hit $6tn by 2021 – US envoy John Bray

The US Consulate in Nigeria says by 2021, the global community will lose about six trillion dollars through cyber crimes.

Police rescue two suspected robbers from mob in Enugu

The operatives of the Police Command in Enugu State say they have rescued two suspected robbers from mob and lynching in Amuri road near Enugu.

Vigilante member kills self while testing charm in Katsina

Audu Maikare, a member of a vigilante group in Matazu Local Government Area of Katsina State has killed himself with a dane gun while testing “gun charm’’ on his body.

Police claims late Kogi director Edward Soje suffered partial stroke

The Kogi State police command on Monday claimed that the director in the state civil service, Edward Soje, who committed suicide last week had a partial stroke before he died.

Fed govt dismisses military involvement in monkeypox vaccination

The Federal Government has refuted insinuations that the military was vaccinating to spread the monkey pox virus nationwide.

Police rescue Catholic priest, cook abducted in Ebonyi

A Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Timothy Nwanja, abducted by gunmen in Okpokueze Nkomoro community, Imoho Development Centre, Ezza North Local Government Area of Ebonyi State has been rescued by the police.

Rivers couple, nurse arrested in Kano for buying 5-yr-old boy for N15,000

Kano State Police Command says it has arrested a couple and a nurse for buying a five-year-old boy.

Ondo council officials kill widow over non-payment of tax

Toyin Ijiyemi, a 38-year-old widow, has been allegedly killed by officials of Akure south local government in Ondo state over non-payment of radio and television levies.

Police confirm 10 deaths in early morning shooting in Rivers

The Rivers police command has confirmed that 10 persons were killed this morning in an early morning shootout between yet to be identified groups in the slaughter area of Agip in Obio/Akpor local government area of Port Harcourt.

Police kill kidnap suspect, rescue victim in Cross River

Anti-kidnapping squad of the Nigeria Police has killed a suspected kidnapper in Okoyong in Odukpani Local Government Area of Cross River State while two other suspects escaped.

Police arrest 3 suspects over murder of UNIBEN’s Prof Otasowie

Edo State Police Command has nabbed three suspects in connection with the murder of a senior lecturer in the University of Benin (UNIBEN), Professor Paul Otasowie.

Igbo Day: How police chief averted crisis in Bayelsa

The Commissioner of Police in Bayelsa State, Mr. Asuquo Amba, at the weekend, waded into the crisis rocking the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, state chapter.

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