ONDO REJECTS BUHARI’S EXPIRED RICE PALLIATIVES

The Ondo State Government has rejected expired bags of rice from the 1,800 bags sent to the state by the Federal Government. The FG sent about 1,800 bags of rice and vegetable oil to the state as part of measures to cushion the effect of the COVID-19 lockdown in the country. The state Governor, Mr Rotimi Akeredolu, has ordered the return of some bags of rice sent to the state by the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management as they were found to have expired. Speaking on the…

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WOMAN KILLS HER TWO CHILDREN, COOK MEAL WITH THEIR REMAINS, SEE GRAPHIC PICS, INCLUDING HERS

A lady identified as Salamatou has been arrested for allegedly killing her two children in cold blood, cut their bodies and cooked them. It was gathered that the children aged 2 years and 6 months old were said to have been missing for hours and this led to the search of them by the family members. This caused the police to search the house of the woman, after which her husband discovered a pot and a bucket that contained the prepared children. Police say they are currently investigating the incident,…

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WHO KILLED THEM? NIGERIA’S HIGH PROFILE MURDER CASES REMAIN UNRESOLVED

Over the years since independence especially, Nigeria has witnessed quite a number of murder cases. some of theses cases were resolved and the culprits brought to book. other saw no resolution and up until now are still mysteries to the nation. i write to educate the younger generations about these unsolved murders and to also let our security bodies know that the Nigeria public has not forgotten about these cases. Again, if anyone knows the solution to the resolution and or the extent and level these cases are presently he…

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LAWYER WHO HELPED IBORI TO MOVE 39MIL DOLLARS FROM NIGERIA IN TROUBLE AS UK AUTHORITIES MOVE AGAINST HIM

UK Takes Legal Action To Seize $39m From London Lawyer Who Assisted Ibori Move Stolen Funds From Nigeria confiscate $39.3m from Bhadresh Gohil, a London lawyer, who assisted James Ibori to loot and launder funds from Nigeria. Ibori, ex-governor of Delta State, was convicted in 2010 in the United Kingdom for money-laundering. Gohil was also convicted in 2010 of 13 counts of money-laundering and other offences linked to his role in the case. Reuters reported that Gohil also masterminded a fraud in which $37m in fake consultancy fees was stolen…

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PANIC IN LAGOS ASSEMBLY AS EFCC GRILLS SPEAKER, OBASA OVER MISAPPROPRIATION, EMBEZZLEMENT

Lagos State House of Assembly Speaker, Mudashiru Obasa, is in panic mode over the ongoing investigation of his various financial embezzlement and misappropriation by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. SaharaReporters in series of reports had detailed how Obasa engaged in looting of public funds since he became Speaker of the Assembly. Some of them include how he operated over 64 bank accounts using different names to steal public funds. Lagos Assembly Speaker Mudashiru Obasa SaharaReporters also exposed how Obasa awarded contracts to himself using different companies owned by him and how he…

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BUHARI’S YOUNGEST AIDE, BASHIR AHMED WEDS TODAY, SEE PRE-WEDDING OICS

Bashir Ahmad weds Naeeemah President Buhari’s personal assistant on new media, Bashir Ahmad will tie the nuptial knots today in Katsina. The 29 year-old aide is getting married to Naeeemah, a beautiful lady from Katsina. Bashir, with over 650, 000 followers on Twitter was born in Kano on 10 June 1991. Bashir Ahmad with Naeeemah He attended Bayero University in the same Kano, where he studied Mass Communication, graduating in 2013. Two years after graduation, he was appointed by Buhari as New Media Personal Assistant. He was then just 24.…

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LABOUR SHUNS COURT RULING SAYS STRIKE MUST GO ON

‌ National Industrial Court rules on anti-strike suit filed by a group We don’t know them, they are not our employers, says Wabba Adelani Adepegba and Ade Adesomoju The Nigeria Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress, on Thursday, dismissed the ruling of the National Industrial Court restraining them from going on strike beginning from Monday. The NLC and the TUC stated this after a meeting between the Federal Government and the workers ended in a deadlock on Thursday evening. Following the hike in electricity tariffs and fuel pump price,…

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NIGERIAN COLLECTS 1,200 DOLLARS DAILY TO SECURE SHIPS IN NIGERIA’S WATERS, AMAECHI RAISES ALARM

Joseph Olaoluwa The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has registered his displeasure with continuous patronage of illegal habours known as secure anchorage areas. According to the minister, an individual has sought to exploit the industry by collecting $1,200 daily for secure anchorage in the country from ship owners. He said this while delivering a virtual keynote address at the 2020 World Maritime Day Celebration which held at Eko Hotel and Suites in Lagos. The minister said the issue was quite unsettling. He said, “There is a crisis in the maritime…

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WORKERS AT INDOMIE NOODLES CRT OUT: WE HAVE NOT BEEN ALLOWED TO VISIT OUR HOMES FOR OVER 6 MONTHS

We’ve Not Been Allowed To Leave For Six Months, Workers At Indomie Cry Out For Help Workers at De United Foods Industries Limited, makers of Indomie noodles, have cried out for help over what they described as modern-day slavery and unfair labour practices meted out on them since March. The workers said cooks, drivers, nannies, stewards and other groups working for the largely Asian staff of the company, had not been allowed to return home to see their families by the management of the company under the guise of preventing…

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COVID-19 DEATHS IN NIGERIA HIT 1,102 AS 125 NEW CASES EMERGE

Adeyinka Akintunde   The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) on Thursday night revealed that 1,102 persons have died from Coronavirus in the country. According to a tweet released by the body, 125 new cases were confirmed around the country, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 57, 849. 49,098 persons have so far been discharged. Lagos State recorded the highest number of cases in the country on Thursday, with 37 cases, followed by Plateau State with 18 cases. The Federal Capital Territory recorded 17 cases with Ogun State…

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CONTINUED INSECURITY IS THREATENING THE EXISTENCE OF NIGERIA SAYS GBAJABIAMILA

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has said Federal Government must take all necessary actions to tackle the security challenges facing Nigeria. Gbajabiamila decried that the spate of insecurity has disrupted the life of the people as a nation as well as threatening the continued existence of the country. The speaker stated this in Abuja on Thursday while declaring open a two-day workshop on promoting effective legislation and oversight of the security sector in Nigeria, which was organised by the House Committee on National Security and Intelligence…

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