Gunmen Shoot One Dead, Abduct Businessman In Ekiti

Some unknown gunmen on Tuesday shot one person dead and kidnapped a palm oil factory owner Jide Ijadare along Ilupeju-Ijan road in Ekiti State.

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ECOWAS Heads Of State Agree To Reject Forceful Change Of Govt In Mali

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Heads of State have unanimously agreed to reject the forceful change of government in Mali.

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Family Of US Police Shooting Victim Settles Civil Case For $12mn

  Relatives of Breonna Taylor, a black woman killed in a police shooting in her own home, announced Tuesday they have settled their wrongful death suit with the US city of Louisville for $12 million, as well as promises of local law enforcement reforms. The civil settlement was substantial and relatively quick, reflecting the public … Continue reading Family Of US Police Shooting Victim Settles Civil Case For $12mn

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We Have Enough Personnel, Appropriate Logistics To Make Edo Election Free, Fair – DIG

A Deputy Inspector General (DIG), Police Research and Planning, Leye Oyebade, has assured the people of Edo State that the Force has put in place appropriate logistics to ensure that the upcoming governorship election is free and fair.

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We Have Enough Personnel, Appropriate Logistics To Make Edo Election Free, Fair – DIG

A Deputy Inspector General (DIG), Police Research and Planning, Leye Oyebade, has assured the people of Edo State that the Force has put in place appropriate logistics to ensure that the upcoming governorship election is free and fair.

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‘We Just Have To Take Loans’, Buhari Justifies Borrowing To Fund Infrastructure

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday justified government borrowing to finance infrastructure, asserting that his government took loans in the interest of the country to solve the dire shortfall in infrastructure.

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UK To Sanction Individuals Who Perpetuate Violence In Edo, Ondo Elections

  The United Kingdom on Tuesday said it will not hesitate to take actions against individuals it identifies as causing violence in the imminent elections in Edo and Ondo states. According to a statement tweeted via the British High Commission, the UK sees the elections as another opportunity to strengthen Nigeria’s democratic institutions. “As a … Continue reading UK To Sanction Individuals Who Perpetuate Violence In Edo, Ondo Elections

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Nigeria’s Democracy On ‘Keg Of Gunpowder’, Uche Secondus Alerts International Community

  The Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Uche Secondus, says Nigeria’s democracy is sitting on a keg of gunpowder over what he describes as the rigging of elections in the country. Secondus said this on Tuesday during a PDP mega rally which held in Benin City, just four days to the Edo State … Continue reading Nigeria’s Democracy On ‘Keg Of Gunpowder’, Uche Secondus Alerts International Community

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Nigeria’s Democracy On ‘Keg Of Gunpowder’, Uche Secondus Alerts International Community

  The Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Uche Secondus, says Nigeria’s democracy is sitting on a keg of gunpowder over what he describes as the rigging of elections in the country. Secondus said this on Tuesday during a PDP mega rally which held in Benin City, just four days to the Edo State … Continue reading Nigeria’s Democracy On ‘Keg Of Gunpowder’, Uche Secondus Alerts International Community

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INEC To Arraign Two University Dons For Electoral Offences

  The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Akwa Ibom State is set to arraign two university lecturers for their alleged involvement in electoral offences during the 2019 elections in the state. The lecturers who were engaged as Collation and Returning Officers during the 2019 General elections were reported to have manipulated and falsified election … Continue reading INEC To Arraign Two University Dons For Electoral Offences

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