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Diamond Bank Formally Reacts to Apapa Branch Mob Attack, Names Closest Branches to Apapa Customers

Diamond Bank Formally Reacts to Apapa Branch Mob Attack, Names Closest Branches to Apapa Customers

The Management of Diamond Bank Plc on Wednesday confirmed that there was a fire incident as a result of mob action at its Creek Road, Apapa branch in Lagos State. In a press statement, Head, Corporate Communications, Chioma Afe, said the bank was set ablaze by an angry mob after a policeman allegedly shot dead a

Kaduna Attack Not By Fulani Herdsmen – CP

The Kaduna State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Agyole Abeh has said that the crisis in Kajuru Local Government Area of the state that left 37 dead was not carried out by Fulani herdsmen, but a communal clash between Kadara youths and a Fulani settlement in the area. Briefing reporters in his office, the police boss

Fresh Violence Erupts in Kaduna, 33 killed– Police Says

The Police said on Wednesday that calm has been restored to villages in Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna State, where 33 people died in clashes between villagers and Fulani. A total of 27 herdsmen people living in the area were killed in two separate attacks, while six other villagers died, the police said on

Nigerian prison guard arrested in US for sexually abusing prison inmate

A Nigerian prison guard based in the United States of America has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting an inmate while on duty at a facility in Clarksburg, Maryland. Dailymail reports that the correctional officer identified as Olukunle Oyekanmi who was attached to the Montgomery County Department of Correction and Rehabilitation has been accused

Confusion as bullet hits pupil during exams

A private nursery and primary school in the Ajobo area of Ibadan stopped its third term examination after a bullet allegedly fired from the 2 Division, Nigerian Army, Adekunle Fajuyi Cantonment, Ibadan, Oyo State, hits a nursery one pupil in the classroom. It was gathered that parents quickly rushed to the school after the incident

Bankers, MTN staff, others in N150m fraud

Detectives attached to the Police Special Fraud Unit (SFU), Milverton, Ikoyi, Lagos State, have arrested 11 suspected fraudsters, among them three bankers and MTN workers, for allegedly infiltrating customers’ accounts and withdrawing over N150 million. The bankers are Oyelade Shola-Isaac (32), Osuolale Hammid (40) and Akeem Adesina (33). The MTN workers are Okpetu John (29),

12 Amnesty beneficiaries bag first class

Twelve of 59 Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) beneficiaries, who graduated from the Benson Idahosa University, bagged First Class Honours. Twenty bagged Second Class Upper Division and 29 Second Class Lower Division at the 13th Convocation Ceremony of the university at the weekend. The best Amnesty delegates who made the list of best graduating students  are