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Dog named Buhari: Northerners in my community ganged up, killed my dog

The embattled trader, Chinakwe.

I named it Buhari because I found out that the dog is strong. After buying the dog, I named it Bully because of the way it behaved. I decided to change it to Buhari because Buhari, being a military man, the same time, coming back for the second time as a civilian President, he stands on his word.

That is how my dog stands on his actions. So, I love the name so much and as such decided to give it to my dog. I was very surprised how a foreigner who lives around here came and said his father’s name was Alhaji Buhari. I have no business with and he went ahead to tell the police. They came to me that night and I was arrested.

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Police arrest over 60 criminals in Benue

It was, indeed, two weeks of unusual operation and clampdown on criminals and criminality by officers and men of the Benue state Police command heralding Mr. Bashir Makama, as the new Police Commissioner in the state. The period saw the re-awakening of the service zeal and orientation of the average Policeman in the State leading to intensive patrols and raids of criminal hideouts in the State, resulting in the arrest of over 60 suspected armed robbers, kidnap suspects and cultists, including notorious ones with the recovery of various calibre of firearms, hundreds of ammunition, six stolen vehicles and three motorcycles.

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*Police men marching to a crime scene...Are they endangered in Rivers State?

Ex, serving policemen tell their robbery story

Three dismissed police officers, who were members of a notorious robbery gang terrorizing Chinese nationals in Lagos State, have been arrested by operatives of the Inspector-General Police Special Intelligence Response Team, IRT. The dismissed officers who were identified as Sergeant Ochigbo Gabriel, Sergeant Onuh Francis and Corporal Emmanuel Audu, were arrested alongside three others, who were identified as Peter Owocho, James Momoh, Sunday Onuh. They met their waterloo after they broke into the home of Chinese nationals in Gbagada area of Lagos State.

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Aladura (Tunde, middle, flanked by Professor Joseph Otubu and Baba Aladura Israel Akinadewo and his parents)

Attempted Suicide: Indigent undergraduate thanks Saturday Vanguard as he gets scholarship

Struggling with difficulty not to betray his emotion as he sat among family members at a congregation organised in his honour by the Motailatu Church Cherubim and Seraphim Worldwide International headquarters, last Thursday, in Ajah area of Lagos, Tunde Olaniyan, batted his eyelids intermittently, to avoid the tears trickling down his cheeks.

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Arrest of cultists: Ilasamaja residents heave sigh of relief

Bloodbath was averted in Ilasamaja area of Lagos State, after eagle-eyed Policemen arrested five self- confessed members of Eiye confraternity, who were on revenge mission. Among them was a suspected leader of the Ilasamaja chapter of Eiye confraternity, Ayodele Shotayo, popularly known as AY, who has been on police wanted list. Shotayo and his gang members were alleged to have been responsible for the killing of members of rival cultists in Ilasamaja and its environs. However, in a recent clash between his group and another, one of his members was reportedly killed.

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Fraudsters now kidnap victims, collect ATM cards

Standing close to some brand new house hold appliances that were displayed at the Lagos State Police Command, Thursday , was a man with stitches on his fore head. On close observation, he was discovered to be sobbing, as he cleaned his face intermittently with his palm, to hide the tears from prying eyes. The inquisitive characteristic of every journalist attracted this reporter who approached him as he bent his head and shook it in self pity . After a long wait for him to be emotionally stabilized to speak with Crime Guard, he slowly raised his head and asked, as if in response to the question of this reporter “ You want to find out why I am a guest here?”, a question that got this reporter nodding in affirmation.

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Osas Uwagie...Suspect

How I diverted, sold 33,000 litres of diesel, set truck ablaze- Suspect

For 24-year-old Osas Uwagie, an indigene of Edo State and a tanker driver, nothing more explains why he diverted a tanker loaded with 33 thousand litres of diesel than bad company. Osas who was said to have been recruited by a Lagos-based oil and gas firm (name withheld) was en-route Abuja to supply the said products. He, however, diverted the tanker to Okene in Kogi State, where he sold 400 litres of diesel to one of his clients for N230,000 cash, and the remaining 32, 600 litres sold to a filling station in the same location for N1.5 million which he was promised payment later.

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Nigerian prison where inmates pay between N30,000 to N100,000 to watch movies, use iPhones and iPads

Narrating his ordeal, Andre who studied computer science and mathematics at the University of Calabar, Cross River State, said that inside the prison, they have special section for VIPs, where inmates who have the resources pay between N30,000 to N100,000 depending on how well furnished the rooms are. Some of the VIP rooms, according to findings, have fans and radio. Such inmates, Crime Guard gathered, are allowed to use mosquito nets, iPhones and iPads. Further findings revealed that they also watch movies while the general cells are for inmates who can’t afford the VIP cells.

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Mysterious death of fire fighter in Lagos raises dust

As accusing finger continues to move in different directions over the death of their bread winner under mysterious circumstances, the family of late Ime Okon Eyo, are also suspecting some members of the deceased church. The deceased, an Assistant Commander with the Federal Fire Service (FFS), was allegedly brought in dead by three pastors of his church in company of a lady. Curiously, that was the last time the family heard anything from them till date.

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Tunde-Olaniyan

Undergraduate attempts suicide over missing school fees Says ‘life has been unfair to me

Tunde Olaniyan, an Ordinary National Diploma, OND student of the Lagos State Polytechnic , can be described as the proverbial cat with nine lives owing to his recent narrow escape from a suicidal act. The 21-year-old Accountancy student who concluded to end it all by drinking a poisonous substance last month , left a suicide note for his parents, notifying them of his action. Reason? His school fees which his family struggled to gather was stolen by suspected pick pockets, while on his way to school penultimate Tuesday, an act he concluded had dashed his hope of furthering his education .

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How robbery gang met waterloo in Ogun

When Iyiola Shola, a civil servant, was robbed on March 8, 2016, by a gang of armed robbers who stormed her apartment in Ketu area of Lagos State and dispossessed her of cash, jewelleries, mobile phone, laptop and a Toyota Camry Saloon car, the victim was optimistic that her car would be recovered. She told Crime Guard that she went into fasting and prayers after reporting the incident to the police and she was hopeful that the police will recover her car and arrest the robbers involved.

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Victor & Oboko

Ex-police corporal reveals exploits of his robbery gang 

An ex-police corporal, Christ Oboko, who is also a pastor and leader of a notorious robbery gang terrorizing Port Harcourt City, Rivers State, for a long time, has been arrested by operatives of the Inspector General of Police Special Intelligence Response Team, IRT. The suspect who was attached to a special criminal squad code named C4I, in Rivers State, was arrested alongside three others.

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