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Swindlers Stalk Orile-Iganmu

Onyenachi Ugochukwu who operates with fake names like; Akinoye Akinwale etc, said he was very sorry for Florence for falling into their trap. “I feel very sad for Florence because I was the one that tricked her into the whole mess. I am a good Christian and I pay my tithe regularly. But I have to survive. Each time Florence brings money, I feel for her because what we normally show her as our own part of the deal was not real money. They are fake notes photocopied for the purpose.

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Shocking revelations of man arrested with fresh human parts

Warning: Story contains a gory photo and it is not for everyone. If you’re under age or have a weak stomach we suggest you don’t look at it.

Are you a regular consumer of unknown herbal mixture otherwise known as agbo? Then you have to be very careful because you could unknowingly be taking concoction of human parts. This warning followed the arrest of a 30-year-old man last Monday, with a human head and other human parts, who confessed to be taking the substance to a herbal medicine seller, whom he claimed in turn, use such for concoction.

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How kidnappers embraced Abia State amnesty package

The embrace of the amnesty programme of the Abia state government by some self -confessed kidnappers operating in the state is a clear testimony that the package of the Abia state government unfolded by the Executive Governor, Chief T.A. Orji, penultimate Sunday has already started to produce a positive result. This was demonstrated by surrendering of their arms, deadly weapons and sundry arsenals of battle by the enthusiastic kidnappers at the Government House, Umuahia.

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I only needed money for admission, laments police officer’s son, arrested for armed robbery

Femi Feyishayo, a 27-year-old-son of a retired Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), who is currently cooling off at the dreaded cell of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS), Adeniji Adele, Lagos Island, following his alleged involvement in various armed robbery activities, within Ilorin, the Kwara State capital and it environs, has described the fate that befell him as ‘unfortunate’. The young man who was wearing a remorseful look confessed that he took to robbery due to his inability to afford registrations fees for his admission into the Kwara state Polytechnic.

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W-H-O-D-U-N-I-T: 100-Level female undergraduate bathed with acid

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Security operatives and authorities of the Federal University of Technology Yola in Adamawa State have swung into action to unravel the circumstances behind an acid attack on a female undergraduate of the university. The lady, a 25-year- old 100 level student of Economics, Miss Franca Ogbu, is presently receiving treatment at the intensive care unit of the Federal Medical Center, Yola.

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Police swoop on visa racketeers, arrest suspect with 120 passports

Sometime in August 2005, a combined team of both policemen and operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission ( EFCC), launched an onslaught on the notorious Oluwole Market located in the commercial nerve centre of Lagos State. Then it was a notorious enclave for criminals, who specialized in forgeries and sophisticated crimes such as international passport racketeering, credit card fraud, drug cartel, fake certificates, currency and visa forgeries; among others.

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