The Inspector General of police (IGP)’s intelligence Response team (IRT) has made good their promises tracking down those in connection with the killings and bank robbery attacks that took place in Offa as it arrested two of its kingpin out of the four its declared wanted
Monday, 21 May 2018
The Lagos state police command today parade a medical Doctor who became expert hacker using online tools and application. The 28-years old Michael Thomson Williams whose skills he uses to manipulate the various operating systems through many software tools used to perpetuate illegal business transactions online to dupe victims of their valuables meet his Waterloo as a result of his illegal transactions.
The aftermath reaction of Nigeria Army panel report on General Danjuma’s Allegation that was submitted and that which exempted the Nigeria Army of any wrongdoings has come under intense reaction and reservations by the government of Taraba state and some middle belt groups.
Sunday, 20 May 2018
Although, many within the party folds had envisaged the aftermaths of this outcome that saw many states to be having parallel congresses across the country specifically having to do with six states producing twelve factional chairmen in the just concluded All Progressive Congress Primaries.
It followed that the party hierarchy had initially settled for tenure elongation for its National Working Committee (NWC) coming with its initial decision that was raised in its Committee meeting and was communicated to journalists through governor Yahaya Bello where he said the national executives committee (NEC) had resolved to extend the tenure-ship of its National Working Committee (NEC) members to a year.
Saturday, 19 May 2018
President Buhari in a meeting with south-west leaders requesting them to go back to the field after Ekiti state primaries that saw Minister of Mines and steel, Dr Kayode Fayemi winning the majority of votes cast during the All Progressive Congress primary election held in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti state capital.
President Mohammadu Buhari was, yesterday joined by the inspector general of police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris and Kaduna state Governor Nasir el-Rufai for juma’at prayers at the presidential villa, Abuja.
Friday, 18 May 2018
The Ragging controversy that is yet to abate on the transfer of suspects arrested on the order of the inspector general of police from Kwara state to Abuja has taken another dimension as accusation and counter-accusation is now in the order of the day following the order of the inspector general of police transferring them to the nation’s capital.
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Police Nab Robbers That Specializes in using Bike Riders As Cover, Parades Suspected Cultists, others
The Lagos state police command has again picked another gang of armed robbers that are specialist in using bike riders as cover to rob their victims, parades gangs of cultists with a case of child molestation.
A statement made available to urban express news-online through its public relation officer chike Oti, a superintendent of police said; a trend of this kind has been ongoing in Shasha metropolis, a Lagos suburb before luck ran against those hoodlums.
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
APC Disrespect To Court Orders: Abe Ask Buhari To Intervene *As CJN Says Nigeria’s Fragile Democracy in Danger
The Continuing treads that are being perceived to be giving dangerous signals in party primaries without articulated law and order have again repeated itself in the just concluded All Progressive Congress (APC) primary elections across the country. One specific development that is heating the online media waves is the rivers state All Progressive Congress primaries that were said to have sparked internal rough within rank and file of its members coming with alleged destruction of court proceedings and attack on judicial officers were in reaction, the chief justice of Nigeria (CJN) Hon. Justice Onnoghen describing it as a mark of danger on Nigeria’s fragile democracy.
Part of this development is the reason Senator Representing Rivers Southeast at nation's National Assembly, Senator Magnus Abe is asking President Mohammadu Buhari to intervene essentially to compel members of his party to stop disrespecting court orders if the future of the party must be guaranteed, especially ahead of 2019 presidential and general elections.
Addressing journalists yesterday in Abuja, Sen. Magus Ingei Abe bemoaned a situation where the party defied a court order, warning that the actions of the Minister of Transportation, Mr Chibuike Ameachi, will jeopardize Buhari’s re-election bid if the present crisis was not nipped in the bud.
Monday, 14 May 2018
Ekiti state Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has accused the president Mohammadu Buhari’s Led Federal Government of gradually killing other arms of government in the country