US Forces Rescue American In Nigeria, Kill 6 Captors
United States forces have rescued an American taken hostage in Nigeria.
Philip Walton, 27, was seized by gunmen in Niger on October 26.
Walton was moved to northern Nigeria where he was held…READ MORE>>>
President Trump Reacts As Us Forces Rescue American In Nigeria
US president, Donald Trump, has hailed the “courageous soldiers” who rescued an American hostage in Nigeria on Saturday.
Philip Walton, 27, was seized by armed bandits on Monday, October 26.
Walton was moved to a location in northern Nigeria where he was held…READ MORE>>>
LIRS Should Handle Tax Issues, Alpha Beta, LCC Must Be Probed – Bode George
Bode George, a former Deputy Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), has demanded an investigation of Alpha Beta Consulting LLP.
The firm handles the computation, tracking and reconciliation of Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) in Lagos State.
The body reportedly gets 10-15 percent as commission on monthly revenue collection…READ MORE>>>
Man Utd Vs Arsenal: Aubameyang Opens Up On Lack Of Goals
Arsenal captain, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, has expressed his confidence that he will rediscover his goalscoring form again.
Aubameyang has gone five Premier League matches without scoring.
It is his longest goalless run as an Arsenal player, having not scored in the league since the opening day at Fulham…READ MORE>>>
38-Year-Old Nigerian Man Arrested In India For Allegedly Supplying Cocaine, MDMA Drugs To Peddlers
Police in Raipur on Friday, October 30, arrested a Nigerian man from Mumbai and brought him to Chhattisgarh on charges of supplying cocaine and psychoactive drug MDMA to peddlers.
The accused identified as Patrick Ubeke Bako, 38, was arrested for alleged involvement in supplying cocaine and MDMA to Raipur, Bilaspur and Durg districts in Chhattisgarh, said Raipur Senior Superintendent of Police Ajay Kumar Yadav…READ MORE>>>
Aisha Yesufu, Falz, DJ Switch, Others Blamed For Death Of Policemen, To Be Dragged To ICC
A human rights group named The Global Network for Human Rights (GNHR), has handpicked Aisha Yesufu, Falz, DJ Switch, and few other celebrities for investigation after accusing them of Instigating campaign that allegedly led to the killing of policemen across the nation during the #Endsars protest.
According to GNHR, Aisha Yesufu and others contributed in one way or the other in ramping up public anger before the protests began. They then intensified the incitement of people in multiple folds in the early days of the protests such that their actions can be directly linked to the outbreak of violence.
Few notable Nigerians to be investigated on GNHR list are Chief Femi Falana, Falz (Folarin Falana), Nnamdi Kanu, Obianuju Catherine Udeh (DJ Switch), Aisha Yesufu, Reno Omokri, Deji Adeyanju, Dino Melaye, David Oyedepo, BurnaBoy, Paul Okoye, Ayo Makun amongst others…READ MORE>>>
#JusticeforFavour: Court Remands 7 Suspects For Allegedly Gang-Raping 11-Yr-Old Girl To Death
Seven men have been remanded in Ikoyi Custodial Centre by an Ebute Meta Chief Magistrates’ Court for allegedly gang-raping 11-year-old Favor Okechukwu to death.
WITHIN NIGERIA learnt that the suspects identified as Ajom Tabi, 37; Omobolanle Olowookere, 41; Aliu Bilyamin, 24; Emmanuel Okon, 24; Bolarinwa Olamilekan, 24; Badmus Abdulateef, 20; Azeez Quadri, 22; and Sunday Odunayo, 22 were arraigned on Friday, October 30th.
It was also learnt that the suspects were charged with three counts of rape, murder and defilement…READ MORE>>>