Suspected Cultist Paraded For Alleged Illegal Possession Of Firearm, Attempted Murder In Delta

A suspected cultist identified as Mathew Ifenchor has been apprehended and paraded by the Agbor Gha-Ihun Security outfit in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State for illegal possession of locally made pistol and attempted murder. The suspect from Alisimie, Agbor, was paraded on Thursday, March 18. According to reports, the suspect had threatened a […]

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Jonah Jang To President Buhari: Pardon Ex-Governors Dariye, Nyame

Former Governor of Plateau, Jonah Jang and senator representing Plateau North, Istifanus Gyang have begged President Muhammadu Buhari to facilitate the release of former governor Joshua Dariye from prison. These appeals were made on Sunday by the senator and former governor in Jos, the capital of Plateau state. Jang and Gynag, the politicians requested that […]

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Suspected Bandits Who Kidnapped Patients, Nurse At Nasarawa Hospital Arrested

Two suspected bandits, Abdullahi Danshoho and Illiyasu Salleh, have owned up to their roles in the kidnapping of two patients and a nurse at a hospital in Nasarawa State. The suspects and their gang members at large reportedly invaded Kunwarke Clinic and Maternity in Lafia, Nasarawa State, sometime in November 2020 and abducted two patients […]

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ENDANGERED SPECIES (1): Death rate soars in Niger Delta as residents live on contaminated fish, others

The Sangana Beach in Bayelsa State was recently littered with different sizes of dead fishes suspected to have been killed by the pollution of the water occasioned by oil spills. The sight of dead fishes floating on the river or motionless by the sea shore invokes memories of a scene of genocide where carcasses of […]

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Who is afraid of E-Money?

If you are having a soiree and the compere mentions the name Emeka Okonkwo popularly known as E-Money, every attendee’s attention would be diverted to catch a glimpse of his fashion combinations, gait, and his dandy looks. Emeka connotes respect among all and sundry, most especially, for his financial war chest and philanthropic deeds. The […]

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When art battles leprosy

From the Roof Tile Factory to the printing press and the carpentry workshop where artificial limbs are being assembled to Palm Oil Mill and more, welcome to the enterprising world of Uzuakoli Leprosy Colony through the eyes of documentary photographer Washington Uba. For almost a decade, he has fought the spread of leprosy through his […]

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