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BREAKING: Ifeanyi Ubah Regains Freedom, After About 6 Weeks

BREAKING: Ifeanyi Ubah Regains Freedom, After About 6 Weeks

Chairman of ​Capital Oil and Gas Limited​,​ Ifeanyi Ubah,​ has been released by the Department of State Services (DSS)​. Ubah regained his freedom ​today ​after about six weeks in custody​.​ ​Confirming the development, a source who did not want his name in print told Daily Post that Ubah is already in Lagos. “Chairman is in

Iran fires missiles at militant groups in eastern Syria

  Iran fired missiles on Sunday into eastern Syria, aiming at the bases of militant groups it holds responsible for attacks in Tehran which left 18 dead last week, Iran’s Tasnim news agency reported. Tasnim reported that Iranian Revolutionary Guards launched the mid-range ground-to-ground missiles from western Iran into the Deir al Zour region of

One dies as van hits worshippers in London mosque

…10 others injured A person died and 10 others injured after a man drove a van into worshippers near a north London mosque. Eight people were taken to hospital after the “terrorist attack” near Finsbury Park Mosque, police said. A group of people were helping a man who had collapsed when they were hit by

Ex-Benue governor Suswam arraigned on fresh corruption charges

The Nigerian government on Monday arraigned a former governor of Benue State, Gabriel Suswam, on a fresh 32-count charge of fraud at an Abuja Division of the Federal High Court. Mr. Suswam was arraigned alongside two others, Omadachi Oklobia, a former finance commissioner in the state and Jeneth Aluga, a former accountant general of Benue.

Lagos, Abuja record highest crime rates in 2016

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said that the FCT and Lagos State reported a total of 58,566 crime cases in 2016. The NBS stated this in a report published on its website on Tuesday. According to the bureau, the FCT and Lagos State reported highest crime cases while Katsina State and Abia had the

SSS finally speaks on threat to Igbos by Northern groups

About two weeks after a coalition of Northern groups gave a three-month ultimatum to Igbos to leave Northern Nigeria, the State Security Service has reacted to the call. The SSS, which has the “statutory mandate of ensuring the internal security of the country,” has been criticised by many Nigerians for not acting promptly to arrest

Kidnap Kingpin Leads Police To Detention Camps

Lagos-based kidnap kingpin, Chukwudi Dumeme Onuamadike, a.k.a Evans, has led a team of Policemen from the Federal Anti-kidnapping Unit to what used to be his detention camps for people he abducted. The separate buildings, located in Igando and Ikotun in Lagos, are usually where the kidnap victims are kept for days or months while negotiation