TWO MEN ARRESTED FOR STEALING LADIES PANTS IN LAGOS, SEE PIX

The police in Lagos have arrested two men, Friday Emmanuel, 21, and Obiora Nwabueze, 29, for allegedly stealing female panties. The suspects were arrested by operatives of Satellite Division on April 20, under the Mile Two Bridge while fighting. It was gathered that a fight had broken between the men after Nwabueze failed to pay Emmanuel N30, 000 agreed upon for him to steal the pant. According to a statement by spokesman Bala Elkana, a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), when Emmanuel brought the pants, instead of paying him the…

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4 BEHEADED IN RIVERS IN RENEWED CULT WARS , SEE PICS – VIEWERS DISCRETION PLS

Four persons have been beheaded in the latest cult-related attack at Ovogo, Rumuji in Emohua Local Government Area of Rivers State. The four severed heads were found on the road in the community on Wednesday morning, Groovenaija360 learned. The identities of the victims have not been ascertained but locals say they are young men in their mid-20s. It was gathered that a sachet of an alcoholic drink, a bottle of a beverage drink and a half-smoked cigarette were left at the scene. This comes days after the Rivers State police…

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ALAAFIN OF OYO’S YOUNGEST WIFE SURELY SLAYS IN THIS ARABIAN DRESS

The younger wife, Ajoke to Alaafin of Oyo state slays in Arabian outfit. She wrote; ARABIAN QUEEN OF OYO EMPIRE. 2pcs set @truworthfashion Styled by me. She was Afraid that I don’t want your husband wahala o.. How will u wear it?? It will open your body o.. I said don’t worry.. See more; http://gistmore.com/alaafin-of-oyo-younger-wife-ajoke-slays-in-arabian-outfit

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AIRPORT CARTEL PLANTING HARD DRUGS IN TRAVELLERS’ LUGGAGE ARRESTED, SEE PICS

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), has nabbed an airport cartel which specializes in planting drugs in passengers’ luggage. According to the Chairman of the NDLEA, Col. Abdallah (rtd), THe cartel was uncovered after detectives embarked on investigation of a Nigerian lady identified as Zainab Aliyu, who was accused of entering Saudi Arabia with tramadol. Zainab was arrested by Saudi Arabia Police on December 26, 2018, shortly after arriving for Lesser Hajj, over allegations that a luggage, bearing her name tag, contained the unlawful substance. However, while in detention,…

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THE POLITICS BEHIND LAGOS PROJECTS’ COMMISSIONING BY BUHARI

Governor Ambode Many questions are begging for answers over President Muhammadu Buhari’s scheduled visit to Lagos State today to commission some projects. The projects expected to be commissioned by the president include the reconstruction of Oshodi-International Airport Road, Oshodi Transport Interchange, 820 mass transit buses, an ultra modern 170-bed Obstetrics and Gynaecology specialist hospital located within the premises of Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, and The Eko Theatre. The visit is expected to last between the hours of 9:00am and 3:00pm, during which traffic will be diverted on some…

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REPS ADJOURN ABRUPTLY OVER SHIITES PROTEST AT NASS GATE

The House of Representatives on Wednesday abruptly ended its sitting after the presiding officer announced that protesting Shiites had crashed into a gate of the National Assembly. The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yusuf Lasun, announced that the protesters, members of the Shiite Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) crashed into the first gate of the National Assembly. The development forced the legislators to abruptly adjourn their plenary which was on before the announcement. Members of the IMN have held regular protests to demand the release of their leader…

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SENATE POSTPONES PASSAGE OF BUDGET AGAIN

Leke Baiyewu, Abuja The Senate has postponed passage of the 2019 Appropriation Bill till Tuesday. Although the report by the Senate Committee on Appropriations on the national budget was billed for consideration at the plenary on Wednesday, the lawmakers resolved to postpone the third reading of the bills as the details of the estimates had not been made available. President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, ruled that copies of the details be made available to lawmakers by Monday, ahead of the passage of the budget on Tuesday. Details later…

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YOU ARE WRONG ONLY 40,000 DOCTORS TAKE CARE OF 200MIL NIGERIANS, NMA, NARD REPLIES NGIGE

Olufemi Atoyebi, Abuja The Nigeria Medical Association and National Association of Resident Doctors have described as “unfortunate” the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige’s statement on brain drain in the medical sector. Ngige, who spoke on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Wednesday, said he was not bothered that medical doctors are leaving Nigeria in droves, saying that the nation has a surplus of them and must therefore “export” to other countries Asked if he was concerned that the nation could be facing medical crisis with the number of…

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