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Drama has unfolded in Edo state today after some hoodlums said to be part of the ongoing #EndSARS prayers, broke into the Edo state prison and set prisoners free.
Mali President Ibrahim Boubakar Keïta has been arrested by mutinying soldiers, a government spokesman has confirmed to the BBC.
A Nigerian soldier serving in 202 Battalion of the Special Armoured Brigade Bama, Borno state has shot dead his commander while at the war front against terrorist Boko Haram sect. A statement by the Nigerian Army public relations personnel, Sagir Musa, stated that the rogue soldier has been arrested. According to the statement, the deceased was a Subaltern.
The National Human Rights Commission NHRC has strongly condemned the incessant killings and wanton destruction of properties in various communities in Southern Kaduna, Kaduna state and some other parts of the country charging the Police and other law enforcement agencies to sit up and stop the blame game so as to bring the perpetrators to book.
Mr Tosin Ojaomo, the lawyer to the suspended Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Mr Ibrahim Magu, on Wednesday night, said that nothing incriminating was found in the house of Magu who just got released on bail from detention. Magu was detained and is being tried over corruption to tune of many billions, sale and conversions of proceeds from oil as well as dubiously purchasing many houses numbering over 300.
Former presidential aspirant, Dr Thomas-Wilson Ikubese, has disagreed with the explanation given by the security agency over the recent explosion that occured in Akure,...
Buhari has vowed that all kidnapped children and everyone abducted by Boko Haram terrorist group will be rescued. President Muhammadu Buhari, said this while reassuring...
A man in Imo state of Nigeria has been arrested for cutting off his mother's head and grinding it to powder.
About 35 people have been reportedly killed and another 58 abducted after suspected bandits invaded 10 communities in Chikun and Birnin Gwari local government areas of Kaduna state.
Amnesty International has claimed that cult related killings have risen in Rivers state of Nigeria. In a latest report it released, Amnesty International claimed 60 persons were killed in just two Local Government Areas in River state in just ten months alone.