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Women in Drug Deals!

As if the women were undaunted in their drug deals in spite of the continued arrest and paraded before newsmen, another woman who identified herself as Afegbai Esther was nabbed at the airport too while attempting to export 83 wraps of powdery substances which tested for cocain and heroin.

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Confession of an arrested bank staff : ‘I stole the money to pay school fees’

By Evelyn Usman Judging by her frail frame   and innocent look, it   will be impossible to pass 26-year-old Miss Kemi Yisau for a frivolous individual. But the 400-level part-time student of the Department of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management of the Lagos State University (LASU) is currently in custody at the Special Fraud Unit (SFU)
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IGP Onovo to declare open character reform seminar for police

By James Ezema As part of its efforts to contribute to the success of community policing initiative of the Federal Government through improved police-public relations, a non-governmental organiation, Twilight International Character Reformation Club (TICRC), is to hold a one-day seminar on character reform for the police. According to the group’s President, Mr. Godwin Dike during
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Police at war with bank, receiver manager

On its part, Police authorities swiftly came out with their defence alleging blackmail on the part of the receiver manager whom they noted, as a very senior member of the bar, resorted to “cheaply popularizing himself in a matter that is subjudice”, noting that it was wrong to resort to self-help as in the instant case. The stand of the Police remains that they had no option in the prevailing circumstance as it relates to the case than to remain neutral.

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Unruly behaviour forces Bishop to shut down Parish

There was confusion in the parish on October 11,this year when Monsignor Enuagha introduced a new order of celebrating mass which ensured that English language session should hold by 6 am and 8 am while the Hausa language session holds by 10 am every Sunday instead of the previous situation whereby English language session held by 6 am and 10 am while the Hausa language session held by 8 am.

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Gun shot victims: So far, it’s all rhetorics, no action – NG0

The issues there is saving human beings. The hospitals had not been willing to save lives of accident/gun shot victims brought to the emergency wards because of police report. These are issues that, a split second can save the life of the affected person. When we started, we identified that the issue is critical to victims of crime and those who become victims of crime may not necessarily be the criminals.

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