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University of Nigeria, Nsukka community were over the weekend thrown into confusion and panic as a final year student of the department of Public Administration and Local Government (PALG) was allegedly stabbed to death by a fellow student over payment of electricity bill at the students lodge in the university.
The Lagos State Police Command has arrested two men for allegedly killing their landlord and stealing his Toyota Camry car.
The police in Lagos on Thursday said a 22-year old domestic staff in Surulere has been arrested for allegedly killing his employer and her mother.
Oladipo Oyefemi, 33, a construction worker and graduate of Geology and Minning from the University of Jos, has been arrested by the Police in Jos for allegedly killing a 24-year-old woman, Patience Musa.
Detectives from the Sabo Division of the Lagos State police command have arrested two members of an alleged secret cult group who were said to be attempting to disrupt the matriculation ceremony of the Yaba College of Technology, Lagos.
The Lagos State police command has said a gardner in a secondary school has been arrested over the alleged murder of a Senior Secondary school student.
The Commissioner of Police, Cross River state Command, Austin Agbonlahor, has warned his Officers and men to ensure that they operate within the ambit of the law by respecting the fundamental human rights of the citizenry.
The Police in Edo said on Monday in Benin that it had arrested a man alleged to be a cultist and serial killer of 38 persons.
Operatives of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested a 21-year-old man, who allegedly killed one Oshin Aderibigbe, a spokesman of the Joint Campus Committee of the National Association of Nigerian Students.
No fewer than 39 suspected criminals were arrested in Bauchi State on Thursday as the State Police Command launches a special operation code named “Operation Adder” to tackle crimes affecting the state.
Fourteen suspects allegedly involved in criminal activities like violence and sundry offences were on Tuesday March 5 handed over to the Rivers State Police Command for further investigation and prosecution.
Some former Commissioners of Police have been assigned to monitor the Presidential and National Assembly elections in Ogun State.
A prosecution witness on Wednesday gave graphic detail of last year’s gruesome killing of Lagos lawyer, Symphorosa Otike-Odibi, by her lawyer wife, Udeme, before an Igbosere High Court, Lagos.
Yunus Usman, counsel to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), says the claim that results of the February presidential election were transmitted to a server is “the greatest lie of this century”.
England women’s manager Phil Neville believes football players should boycott social media in the wake of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba becoming the latest high-profile figure to suffer racist abuse online.
Dangote Cement Plc has regained its position as the biggest listed firm on the Nigerian Stock Exchange as sell-offs were witnessed in MTN Nigeria Communication Plc’s shares on Tuesday.
Cristiano Ronaldo is uncertain when he will stop playing, but the Juventus star said it could be as soon as next year.
Cristiano Ronaldo told Portuguese television on Tuesday that “2018 was the most difficult year on a personal level.”
Asante Kotoko coach Kjetil Zachariassen believes his team did not deserve to lose the first leg of their Caf Champions League preliminary round tie against Kano Pillars.
A volunteer ambulance driver was killed in Myanmar’s remote northeast as clashes between the army and ethnic insurgents escalated over the weekend, state media reported Sunday.
Indian PM Narendra Modi has said his decision to strip Indian-administered Kashmir of its special status will restore the region to its “past glory”.
The Restoration Bible Church, Kaduna has commenced the second round of its annual medical intervention for the less privileged at its Mercy Angel Hospital in the Ungwan Romi area of Kaduna.
A Federal High Court in Lagos has declined to order the release of SaharaReporters publisher, Omoyele Sowore, and other persons in connection with the August 5, #RevolutionNow protest.