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Saturday , 19 August 2017

Whistle Blower

Gunmen Storm EFCC headqtrs,Drop death note

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Days after EFCC investigator, Austin Okwor was shot by unknown assailants ,Some gunmen have attacked the head office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in Abuja on Wednesday. Wilson Uwajaren, spokesman of the commission, who disclosed this in a statement hours after the incident, said the gunmen left a death note for one of the anti-graft agency’s detectives. ...

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5,000 tips from Nigerians through the whistle-blower policy.

The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, on Tuesday said that the Federal Government had received a total of 5,000 tips from Nigerians through the whistle-blower policy. She said this in Abuja during a presentation on ‘The whistle-blower policy and its implication for public servants’, which was delivered at a seminar organised by the Bureau of Public Service Reforms. The ...

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Church reopens week after killings,Ozubulu youths protest


Youths on Monday protested the reopening of St. Philips Catholic Church, Ozubulu, Anambra State for worship a week after 13 people were killed inside the church by gunmen. The church was attacked on August 6 by gunmen and 13 worshippers were killed while 27 sustained varying degrees of injury. The Catholic Bishop of Nnewi Diocese, The Most Rev. Hilary Okeke, ...

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Evans will be charged to Court in September -Police

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Suspected kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, alias Evans,will be carged to Court in next month,the police has said..and that the police is taking time because  Nigerians will not be happy if we lose such a case in court on the basis of technical matters.” Police spokesman, Mr. Moshood Jimoh, said that the investigation has also led to the arrest of more ...

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Ogun prophet, accomplice kill girl for ritual


A self-acclaimed prophet of a white garment church in the Sagamu area of Ogun State, Kehinde Onayiga, has been arrested by the state police command for the alleged killing of a 13-year-old girl, Anuoluwapo Ajisafe, for ritual purposes. The suspect was arrested together with an accomplice, Musiliu Jibril, who allegedly lured the victim into Onayiga’s church where she was killed. ...

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Shell debunks neglect claims of Kula, Belema communities

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  The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd operated Joint Venture (SPDC JV) has said its commitment to the welfare of host communities in the Niger Delta remains unshaken, even as it decried the illegal occupation of Belema Flow Station and Gas Plant today (August 11) by some persons. SPDC has informed the authorities of the illegal occupation and is ...

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Another Den discovered in Lagos,Police say no to jungle justice

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There was confusion at the Ile Zik bus stop, along the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway on Thursday after a suspected kidnappers’ den was uncovered around a drainage channel. It was learnt that two “mentally-ill” persons and two others found around the spot were picked up by the police. Decomposed human intestines, a kidney, as well as items such as a cutlass, pairs ...

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Lassa Fever: What you Should know..and prevention

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Lassa Fever Cases on Treatment in LUTH At the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, two patients treated for Lassa fever have died within few days of admission in the past one week. No less than 100 different hospital workers exposed to this index case are currently being monitored.  The Lagos State Ministry of Health and the Federal Ministry of Health have ...

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Lassa Fever outbreak in Lagos, kills two

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multiple reports confirmed that two people died from Lassa fever at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, LUTH and a resident doctor was infected with the disease. Chief Medical Director at LUTH, Prof Chris Bode also confirmed that at least 100 hospital workers exposed to the index case are currently being monitored. Today, the governing body of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) held a press conference where they said ...

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Street sweepers protest non-payment of 5 month salaries in Lagos


Some elderly women who serve as sweepers in Lagos state, yesterday staged a protest in Ikeja over the non-payment of their salaries for 5 months. According to the protesting women, some of them as old as 70, they were contacted by one  Dafunol International Limited, a contractor engaged by the Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA), to sweep the LAMATA-constructed bus shelters ...

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