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The apex Igbo socio-political organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has accused the federal government of ethnic prejudice regarding the recent comment on attacks in the Southeast. Communities in the south-east have come under attacks in recent months, with the latest being the invasion of a police station in Agwa, Oguta LGA of Imo state, which led to the killing of four officers. In another attack that reportedly occurred on August 1, some Nigerians were said to have...

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The federal government on Wednesday confirmed that it approved the purchase of vehicles worth N1.4 billion to the government of the Republic of Niger to fight insecurity. The confirmation follows David Hundeyin’s, an investigative journalist with Business Day, tweet on Tuesday. Hundeyin had posted the photo of a budget office document showing the president approving the sum of N1.4 billion to buy vehicles for the government of the Republic of Niger, asking President Buhari to...

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ENUGU — The lucrative but nefarious business of kidnapping by criminals in the nation has become a huge concern to the public. An obviously overwhelming challenge to the security agents to address that we need divine intervention to stop. The later, of course, cannot be debated as many including the Actors guild of Nigeria testifies of divine intervention in the release of two of her own who were abducted on Friday 29th of July, 2022....

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By Handel Patrick (Staff Reporter)   AWKA — Gunmen operating in the Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State have abducted a former member of the Anambra State House of Assembly, Hon Benson Nwawulu. Sources said Nwawulu, a two-term lawmaker in the state assembly was abducted in his house in Ihiala on Sunday. Nwawulu left Anambra Assembly in 2019, and had also contested for a seat in the House of Representatives, but failed. Though details...

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By Handel Patrick (Staff Reporter)   The Actors Guild of Nigeria has confirmed the release of two of its members, Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornel (Agbogidi), who were abducted in Enugu State. In a release shared by Monalisa Chinda Coker, the Guild’s Director of Communication, on Wednesday, the association informed the public that the abductors were “touched by the spirit of God” and set the Thespians free. The statement read in part, “This is to...

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As part of measures to secure the lives and properties of Kogi State citizens, Governor Yahaya Bello has ordered the closure of all brothels harboring prostitutes and also banned the use of facemasks in public places in the state. He gave the directives on Tuesday in Lokoja during a meeting with all First and Second-class Traditional rulers, including local government chairmen in the state. The governor also ordered the demolition of shanties in Lokoja, Osara,...

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The national president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Emeka Rollas, has given an update about the abducted members of the guild, Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornel. The AGN had declared the veteran actors missing last Friday after their family members confirmed that they had yet to return from the movie set they went to at Ozalla Town in Enugu state. A few hours later, Okereke and Cornel were confirmed to have been abducted. And...

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The Deputy Chairman House Committee on Anti-Corruption and Member Representing Jos South/Jos East Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Dachung Bagos has decried over the killing of seven of persons by suspected Fulani bandits in his constituency. The killing is coming barely 24 hours after 18 people lost their lives during a clash between bandits and members of a vigilante group in the Wase Local Government Area of Plateau state. Recall that suspected Fulani...

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The South East geopolitical zone of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on weekend witnessed the bandit’s devilish operations on Enugu-Port Harcourt highway resulting in the abduction of some unidentified passengers in three buses. The bandits heavily armed swung at the unsuspecting commuters at the Leru-Ihube-Okigwe road, and marshaled them into the bush. Soldiers who came to the scene in response to the distress call were equally attacked and their military van was purportedly set ablaze....

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President Muhammadu Buhari has said his administration has given security forces full freedom to end attacks in the country. He said this in a statement on Tuesday issued by Garba Shehu, presidential spokesperson. The president condemned the recent attacks in Sokoto, Plateau and Kaduna, describing the incidents as “barbaric”. Buhari, who condoled with the family members of the victims, assured the state governments of his administration’s commitment to improving security. “We have given security forces...

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