Police arrest 1,000 non indigenes participating voters registration in Anambra

The police in Anambra State yesterday arrested over 1,000 non-indigenes, who were participating in the voter revalidation at Igbariam, Anambra East Local Government Area. Policemen from Otuocha zone swooped on them, impounding vehicles, including three luxury buses owned by GUO and the Young Shall Grow. Police spokesman Emeka Chukwuemeka said the Otuocha zone has not filed in any report but police sources said the Commissioner of Police, Bala Nassarawa, has been briefed as well as the Director of the State Security Service (SSS). It was gathered that the “voters” were brought in from Jos, Plateau State, Lagos, Abuja and other parts of the country.


Over 100 Million Naira spent on the burial of a Yoruba Pentecostal Pastor

Estimated N100 million was spent on the burial of the late founder and General Overseer of the World Soul Winning Evangelistic Ministry (WOSEM), Apostle Timothy Obadare. The eldest son of the late cleric, Pastor Paul Obadare, said the amount contained the N35 million released for the burial by the Osun State Government. The body of the late Obadare was buried last Saturday in Ilesa, Osun State.

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Kano State award Scholarship to 300 Hausa Medical Students to study abroad as Nigerian Universities strike indefinitely

In keeping with tradition, the Kano State Government said yesterday that the recent batch of 300 medical students proceeding on foreign scholarship would cost the state N2.7 billion as universities in Nigeria remain shut from indefinite strike. 

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Igbos should not drag Nigeria into another meaningless war, Yoruba group warns

In response to the vitriole directed at Femi Fani-Kayode over his remarks about the waywardness of the Igbo women he had sex with, a pan-Yoruba socio-political and self-determination group, the Oodua Solidarity Forum (OSF), has emerged to urge those attacking the former Minister of Aviation to stop.

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They want to Kill us all through Poisoning warns Enugu residents over proposed Chinese Coal Plant

Confirmation that the Nigerian Government is intent on poisoning what is left of Biafrans is confirmed as Chinese firm convince Nigerian Government to allow construction of $3.7 billion (about N590 billion) coal plant in Enugu capital of Biafraland at a time when Chinese authorities just scrapped similar proposed coal plant over environment and air pollution concerns in their own country.