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Boko Haram refused to return the only Christian girl among the kidnapped #DapchiGirls, Liah Sharibu.
Unknown persons, Sunday, broke into the office of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, in Abia state and set ablaze thousands of uncollected Permanent Voter Cards, PVCs.
Akure—A 28-year-old mother of two, Florence Godday, escaped death by the whiskers in Igbo Abo community in Akure North area of Ondo State, as a herdsman attacked her with a machete and attempted to rape her in her farm.
The Chairman, Special Presidential Investigative Panel on the Recovery of Public Property, SPIP, Chief Okoi Obono-Obla, has said that the federal government has written the National Crime Commission of the United Kingdom, UK, demanding the international anti-crime body to assist Nigeria in the investigation of five senators including Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, Stella Odua, Hope Uzodinma, Peter Nwaoboshi and Albert Bassey Akpan with alleged properties in the UK and the British Virgin Islands.
Photo shows Dapchi residents in Yobe state hailing and waving at Islamist Boko Haram terrorists after the sect entered the village unrestrained and dropped the freed secondary school girls they earlier abducted.
The Indian manager of the cement plant owned by Nigeria’s Dangote Industries Limited in Ethiopia, Deep Kamra, was killed on Wednesday after he was attacked in the restive Oromiya region while returning to Addis Ababa from the factory.
Royal Dutch Shell has filed a criminal complaint against Peter Robinson, a former senior employee over suspected bribes in the $390 million sale of an oilfield in Nigeria, where the company is already under investigation over a separate deal.
John Yusuf, the pension thief who five years ago, was given a slap on the wrist by Justice Abubakar Talba of the Federal Capital Territory High Court, for stealing N32.8 billion police pension money, has finally gotten his deserved sanctions.
Atiku, Dankwambo, other Nigerians launch #EndSARS campaign on Twitter
Video shows Dapchi residents in Yobe state hailing and waving at Islamist Boko Haram terrorists after the sect entered the village unrestrained and dropped the freed secondary school girls they earlier abducted.