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Woman Hands Over Her Grandson To Police For Stealing

An angry grand mother who caught her grandson, 24-year old Aminu Imran  stealing his friend’s phone has handed him over to the police for prosecution in Lagos. The incident happened at Igbojuwo Street in Itire area of Lagos where they resided. It was reported that Imran was charged before Isolo Magistrates court and sentenced to three months imprisonment without an …

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Girl Injures Her Ex-Boyfriend With Razor Blade After Slapping Her

A young man has landed in a hospital after his ex-girlfriend injured him badly with a razor blade in Sapele area of Delta state. According to reports, the man had already broken up with the girl who is said to still have interest in him. The girl was alleged to have been reporting the guy to his mother and sisters …

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Air Passengers, Commuters Stranded As Lagos Blocks Major Roads Over Buhari’s Visit

Many residents of Lagos are groaning as a result of the vehicular restriction on major roads in the state, compounding the traffic gridlock in the metropolitan city. The roads were blocked because of President Muhammadu Buhari’s two-day visit to the state. As part of measures to control the traffic situation, the Lagos state government declared Thursday a work-free day. It also …

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EXCLUSIVE: Child Labor Thrives Despite Federal Laws In Nigeria

Children who are meant to be in school are seen hawking goods like gala, bottled drinks, and fruits from one part of the city to another. It is far the same in other States of Nigeria. In this exclusive piece, Gbenga Odunsi — an investigative reporter at ionigeria — captures the ordeals of minors who are ill-fated victims of child …

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Save Me from Dying —Nnagbogu, Kidney Failure Patient Pleads

By Jerome-Mario Utomi, In an emotion-laden voice, Joseph Obichukwu Nnagbogu a kidney failure patient has  pleaded with all men of goodwill to  save him from dying as he battles to free  his self from the clutches of this life-threatening illness; a treatment medical experts say will require the sum of thirteen million Naira only, about ($36641.57) for the kidney transplant.

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Police Recovers AK47 Rifles From Herdsmen In Katsina

The Katsina police command says it has recovered at least 198 illegal arms from herdsmen and cattle rustlers in the state. Mohammed Wakili, state commissioner of police, disclosed this at a news conference on Wednesday. He said the recoveries were sequel to the directives given to the effect by the inspector-general of police (IGP) to the commissioners and their supervising …

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‘My dream of becoming politician led me into cultism’ – Undergraduate

A cultist, who was recently arrested, says his dream of becoming a politician led him to join a secret cult group. 22-year-old Princewill Okechukwu, a 400 level student of the department of Political Science at the Abia State University in Uturu, said this when he was paraded alongside other criminals by the Abia State police command yesterday.. Princewill said he …

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President Buhari To Embark On Medical Leave In April

President Muhammadu Buhari is to embark on medical leave starting from 1st week of April 2018. He is reportedly attending Commonwealth Heads of Government (CHOGM) Meeting 2018 in London from April 16-20. No return date has been fixed. Source : SaharaReporters

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