Imo State: Police Inspector Kills Husband, Wife & Self

Reports reaching us from Imo State has it that a police inspector, Mr. Kenneth Enamika, has taken his own life, but after killing a couple, Mr. Cajethan and his wife, Mrs. Oluchi Aputanze, in Mgbidi, Oru West Local Government Area of Imo State. Mr. Orlando Ikeokwu, Police Public Relations Officer in Imo State, told the media that the cop dropped a note before killing the couple and himself. Ikeokwu said the inspector stated that Oluchi had promised to marry him after collecting N150,000 from him, a pledge she allegedly failed…

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Stop Herders/Farmers Clashes, Okowa Challenges Buratai, Chief Of Army Staff

*Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, the Delta State Governor, has challenged the Nigerian Army under the command of the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General, Tukur Buratai to end insecurity and unrest in his state, especially those arising between farmers and Fulani herders in Delta State. There are perceptions across Nigeria that President Muhammadu Buhari’s government have handled the Fulani herders and farmers clash because the herders are majorly from his Fulani tribe. Only recently, the governor alleged that military men accompanied some bandits that killed eight…

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Court Grants Sambo Dasuki’s Prayers, Orders Release Of His Travel Passport

*Col. Mohammed Sambo Dasuki (Rtd) At last, Hon. Justice Hussein Baba-Yusuf of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, sitting in Maitama, Abuja, has ordered the release of the international passport of the embattled former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Mohammed Sambo Dasuki (Rtd). Justice Baba-Yusuf also ordered the registrar of the court to release the document to Dasuki through his counsel, Ahmed Raji (SAN), to enable him carry out renewal of the document having become expired since the court took its custody. Justice Baba Yusuf’s order for the release of…

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Some Nigerian Communities Allow Criminality To Thrive – Navy commandant

In what may have appeared as a different narrative from the different versions of why all sorts of violent crimes are thriving in some parts of the country, the Commandant, Nigerian Navy School of Armament Technology, Kachia, Rear Admiral Tanko Pani, has said terrorism and other criminal activities thrived because the communities have allowed it. He made the claim on Monday shortly after he received an award of excellence for combating criminal activities in Southern Kaduna and environs from a group, Kachia Patriots. Pani said criminals threatening peaceful coexistence are…

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