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Father Denied Son To Avoid Responsibilities

One A 30-year-old woman, Adeyemi Adepoju, has on Friday, alleged that the father of her son, Adeninhun Adepoju, has once denied the paternity of their only son in order to avoid responsibilities. The mother made the allegation at the Grade “C” Customary Court sitting in Iseyin while responding to the plea of her son’s father to have possession of the nine year old boy. Adeninhun had approached the court seeking

#Election: Butchered Woman By Unknown Persons on In Abuja Undergoes Surgery (photos)

Election Update: The woman who was brutally attacked by unknown persons in the Kuje area of Abuja on election day has undergone first surgery. it was gathered that a good samaritan took the woman now identified as Susan Joseph, into Kuje General hospital. Read here The good Samaritan who save the woman has been identified as Sheikh Mohammad Kazeem and below is the update he shared today: "The

Air Force Personnel Murdered In Calabar By A Police Officer

One An Air Force Officer, Val Monfort Sixtus, was, on Boxing Day, shot dead by a policeman in Calabar, Cross River State. The incident happened around 10am at Unity Bank ATM stand along Marian Road, Calabar. Confirming the news, on Thursday, the Cross River State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Irene Ugbo, said: “Yes, we are aware of the incident. The Police Officer that was posted to the bank as point of

Man Arrested For Pouring Acid On UNIMAID Final Year Student (Photos)

News has it that, Police operatives attached to the Borno state command have apprehended one Musa Faisal in connection with alleged acid attack on his 26-year old girlfriend, Fatima Usman. The Commissioner of Police (CP) in the state, Mr Damian Chukwu, made the disclosure while briefing newsmen in Maiduguri on Thursday. Fatima Usman, a final year student of Department of Nursing, University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) was attacked with corrosive fluid by

Herdsmen Murdered In Zamfara State (Graphic Photos)

Gunmen have reportedly killed 15 Fulani herdsmen in the latest bout of violence in northern Nigeria’s herding communities. The Police Command’s Spokesman, DSP Mohammed Shehu confirmed this to newsmen in Gusau. He said that the killing was perpetrated by gunmen who came in large numbers and attacked the village in the early hours of Wednesday, shooting sporadically. “The villagers who were taken unawares were quick to alert a nearby mobile police patrol

Yelutide Calamity!!! Lady Burnt To Death

Calamity struck in Agoloma community in Patani Local Government Area of Delta State penultimate Thursday when a midnight fire burnt a young lady simply identified as Bridget Sampou Oyindoubra to death. The incident, according to sources happened shortly after Bridget returned from an end of the year prayer meeting in her church. It was gathered that Bridget, who was a chorister in the church attended the pre-Passover prayer meeting with

Lagos Landlord Sues Police For Aiding Tenant To Take Over House

A family known as Bajulaiye in Lagos have sued the police for allegedly aiding their tenant, Mr. Isaac Anumudu, to forcefully take over their property on Victoria Island and detaining four of their members. In a suit they filed before the Lagos State High Court in Igbosere, the family claimed that the police invaded their property known as No. 8, Agoro Odiyan Street, Off Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island, at the

Appeal Court Judge Arrested For N200m Bribe

According to report, the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission has commenced a probe into the 24,325 government properties that were sold to government officials under the monetisation policy of former President Olusegun Obasanjo. Also, the anti-graft agency has arrested a retired Appeal Court judge, Justice Mohammed Tsamiya, for allegedly demanding a N200m bribe in exchange for a favourable judgment in a National Assembly election case that was pending

Bokom Haram Victim Boy,Returns To Abuja, Walking

Joy saturate the arrival terminal of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja on Monday as family members and well-wishers gathered to receive Ali Ahmadu, a six-year-old boy from Chibok in Borno State, who was left paralysed by Boko Haram insurgents. About three months ago, Ahmadu was flown to Dubai for a corrective spinal cord surgery after he was overrun by insurgents’ motorcycles when they invaded Chibok community in April 2014. But