Tuesday, July 16, 2019

No, Lagos has NOT reintroduced environmental sanitation

The Lagos State Government has said that there will be no restriction of movement on the last Saturday of June or any other month.

Lagos shuts Chinese firm after Nigerian teen death

While lamenting that many other companies operating in Lagos violate safety guidelines, he urged organisations to be more proactive than reactive in order to ensure safety measures are properly put in place for staff and visitors.

Plateau: Suspect herdsmen rape student, shoot another

Students of the Plateau State University on Monday took to the streets in protest over an attack on their institution by armed men suspected to be Fulani herdsmen.

Co-workers allegedly kill FRSC officer over whistleblowing

It was gathered that the deceased had a damaging corruption allegation against one of his assailants which he wanted to submit to the headquarters of the corps.

Police: 3 killed in Imo explosion

According to the Police Public Relations Officer, Orlando Ikeokwu, the incident happened at Eziorsu community in Oguta Local Government Area of the state.

Gunmen kidnap The Nation driver

A driver in Port Harcourt zonal office of the Nation Newspaper, Godknows Longjohn, has been kidnapped by unknown gunmen.

Abia protesters burn police vehicle as officer kills unarmed youth

The people of Okwulaga Afaraukwu in Umuahia North Local Government Area of Abia State on Tuesday took to the streets of Umuahia, the State capital, to protest the killing of an indigene of the area by a happy trigger police officer identified as Collins Akpougo.

MFM suspends Abuja pastor over alleged rape

The Mountain of Fire and Miracles (MFM) Ministries on Monday slammed an indefinite suspension on the pastor of its branch in Life Camp area of Abuja, David Onyekachukwu, over an indecent relationship with a 16-year-old girl.

Lagos: Governor Sanwo-Olu signs order against indiscriminate refuse dumping

Sanwo-Olu, on Thursday, said he has signed an executive order regarding the state of waste and traffic management in the state.

5 pupils drown trying to rescue classmate

The accident occurred when a group of eighth-grade pupils, about 14 years old from a secondary school.
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