Thursday, 27 February 2020

How Police Nabbed Fake Policemen Escorting Contraband Goods Along Lagos Metropolis: Olaleye Idowu

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The Lagos state police command has given chilling details of how it nabbed a fake policeman along Lagos metropolis escorting some unscrupulous Nigerians conveying contraband goods from Cotonou in Benin republic.

Wednesday, 26 February 2020

Bill Seeking Immunity for Presiding Legislative officers Debated Scales Second Reading: Olusegun Ariyo

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The green chamber of the National Assembly otherwise known as the lower chamber yesterday debated a bill seeking immunity for presiding legislative officers of the National Assembly
 The Bill specifically is proposing to amend the 1999 constitution in order to extend immunity to the presiding officers of the National Assembly which has something to do with president and deputy president of the Senate, speaker and Deputy speaker of the House of Representatives.

Tuesday, 25 February 2020

PDP Request A Review of Buhari’s Supreme Court Judgment, Wants Katsina, Kaduna and Kano Olaleye Idowu

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The gale of Supreme Court judgments review coming from both the All Progressive Congress and Peoples Democratic Party that happens to be the two major parties in Nigeria has taken another new turn as the party in the opposition, the people’s Democratic Party is demanding a review of  supreme court judgment that upheld the candidate of the All Progressive Congress Presidential hopeful as the  winner of the just concluded election that took place in March 2019 where its candidate, president mohammadu  Buhari was declared the winner and dismissed the appeal of the PDP candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.  
The PDP National Publicity Secretary, Mr  Kola Ologbondiyan,  who stated this during a press conference in Abuja, also called on the Supreme Court to also review its judgments on the governorship elections in four states.

Monday, 24 February 2020

Gang Violence in Lagos; 17 suspects Arrested As Police Picked One for Forgery: Olusegun Ariyo

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Operatives of the Lagos state police command has arrested seventeen gangs known for causing violence at ijora Badia specifically.

A statement from the Lagos State Police Public Relation officer, Dsp Bala Elkana said; Police Division at ijora Badia received  a distress call that  two rival cult groups armed with cutlasses and other dangerous weapons engaging themselves in a supremacy battle at ‘iso isu’ an area at ijora Badia and had inflicted various degree of injuries on each other.

Sunday, 23 February 2020

Remo Star Player, Kazeem Allegedly Pushed, Killed In Moving SARS Vehicle Attracts Protest In Sagamu: Olaleye Idowu

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There was confusion in Sagamu yesterday, the home base of kazeem popularly known as kaka after the news broke out that the Remo Stars Football club player was allegedly pushed from a moving SARS vehicle leading to his untimely death.
Protesters and angry residents staged a protest on the street over the alleged murder of kazeem by SARS officer.  
The aggrieved youths marched to the palace of the Akarigbo of Remo land, Oba Babatunde Ajayi, chanting anti-SARS slogans and demanding sanctions for the ‘killer’ cop.

Friday, 21 February 2020

Pandemonium As Army Invades Twins-faja Supermarket At Iba, Slaps Supervisor After Refusing To Join Queue By Our Correspondent

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A Popular Business-mall  known as Twins-faja supermarket located along-side Lagos State University main campus, adjacent to jakande housing  estate at IBA, close proximity with Army cantonment Barracks at Iba LCDA was on Tuesday night thrown into a state of pandemonium as many customers were seen scampering for safety, while others are moving out jittering.

Urban Express-News Online gathered there was an invasion by some stern military men who came with An OP MESA Vehicle with inscription Sector-G 0038, entered the supermarket and start beating customers, members of staffs specifically the cashier after having advised a man who identified himself as a “General” in the Nigeria Army to follow the queue but refused because of impatience and what he resorted too was to slap the supervisor!  

An eyewitness who spoke on condition of anonymity told urban Express-News correspondent that the said man drove in a Toyota corolla ash colour with registration number IND40-fj with his wife and two children and that after a while, what he discovered was how people were running out scampering for safety.

Thursday, 20 February 2020

Africa Climate week; High-Level Climate Champions To Drive Action In Kampala

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High level champions for climate Action of the COP26 and COP25 to drive climate action in Kampala, the Ugandan capital on April 20-24, says Nigel Topping and Gonzalo  

At the first of four Regional Climate Weeks to take place in 2020, the Climate Champions will support participants in forging the partnerships necessary to accelerate implementation of the Paris Agreement on the ground.

Wednesday, 19 February 2020

NURTW Activities in Oyo; Police Calls For Caution As Union Threatens Showdown: Olaleye Idowu

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The Oyo state police command is calling for caution over trending  social media video to which the police high command in the state had described as being “inciting” and that which is culpable of threatening the peace and security in Oyo state.
In a statement made available to urban express news online through the Oyo State Police Public Relation officer Sp Fadeyi Olugbenga describe the viral video of being capable of causing unrest in the state, says the said video featured the erstwhile chairman Alh Abedeen Olajide and some other members of the proscribed National union of roads Transport workers (NURTW) in Oyo.

Tuesday, 18 February 2020

One Shot, Vehicle Pelt with Bullets As Hoodlum Attack Ogun Custom: Olusegun Ariyo

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Operatives of the Nigeria Customs Service, Ogun 1 in a joint patrol with personnel of Nigeria Army acted on credible intelligence and was able to identify a hideout used by unscrupulous elements to stockpile smuggled rice and other prohibited items.

The command’s Public Relation Officer, Abdullahi Maiwada was quoted as saying that the team of the joint patrol was about evacuating the “uncustomed” goods from the scene, that some hoodlums begin shooting sporadically at officers.

Monday, 17 February 2020

Made-In-Lagos women Flags-off Awareness On Female Emotional Engagement: Olusegun Ariyo

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A socio-cultural women group known as made in Lagos women’s group  kick starts what it called proper Emotional Engagements for female gender within Lagos metropolis.

The challenges we female face through emotions with our counterparts needs to be properly put into proper perspectives says its coordinator, Bose Joseph.
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