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    Three suspected Kidnaper informants arrested in Gbagyetatu

      Three kidnaper suspects has been arrested in Gbagyetatu on Easter eve after they entered into the area at late hours through the back road from mahuta.  They were cought on jincheng ladies motorcycle when the three suspects quietly entered into an uncompleted building said to be belonging to one of them at about 11pm. The Gbagyetatu was reportedly attacked…

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    Why is Osibajor called “the Judah that betrayed his master?”

    Politics to many is a game of betrayal where you need to bring another person down in order for you to elevate. This is done through initial loyalty to those called political fathers until full confidence and trust is built.  In the case of prof Osibajor, he was a political son to Bola Ahmed Tinibu who fathers many in the…

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    Akara/Kose (beans cake) seller acquires Benz.

      Some jobs/businesses are usually termed menial and are always carried out by avarage income earners. While this perception is general in typical African society, a woman has proved  otherwise.  Mrs Rose Adewale is a popular beans cake and pap seller around Ife,  close to Oduduwa university. The woman that is popularly known as mummy Akara has done her business…

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    How 100k i counted turned 10k – POS attender

      Fraud is a punishable offense in almost all countries. This crime could be carried our through physical/face to face transactions.  While the most common ones in the 21st century is done in internet, others have advanced to doing it face to face with their victims.  Ibeh Ameh is a POS attender in Nariyi, a place located at the heart…

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    The footwear that killed my husband-woman explained

      Efewu people of Benue chunk out in crowd to mourn the death of one Mr Ekele and also to find the mystery behind his death.  Ekele who came back from farm had gone to rest while the rain was dropping. He woke up after two hours to set out for some other activities just to found out by his…

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    Idaboski’s church marked for demolition

    The popular Igbo pastor, Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere also known as Odumeje or Indaboski is to go on a long battle with Anambra State government as his church situated along Bida street at fegge in Odeakpu, Anambara state has been ear-marked for demolition by Anambara governor, Soludo.  According to Anambara State government, 200 houses are to be demolished of which Mountain of Holy…

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    The fear of hunger next year

      There is no doubt that new farming season is already here and farmers who are running away from their places of settlements are yet to go back because of insecurity.  Others who lives within the towns are also scared of going into the bushes to cultivate because of herdsmen, Bokoharam/ISWAP and kidnapers respectively.  The Effect of Insecurity on Agricultural…

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    How a tree in Karji juction killed a woman in her car

      It was a scene of tears as Karji residence came out in mass during the rain to rescue a woman and her two children. The woman had packed her car at the Karji bustop while the breeze that ushered the rain was blowing.  Unknown to her the popular tree at the karji junction where okada riders use to wait…

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    EXAM FRAUD: WAEC TO RELEASE WITHHELD RESULTS, PUNISH VIOLATORS

      Earlier in November 2021, the WAEC announced that the results of 170,146 candidates were withheld in connection with several reported cases of exam malpractice. Some candidates who sat the West African Higher School Certificate Examinations conducted between 2021 and 2022 by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) but had their results withheld due to suspected cases of wrongdoing and…

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    Evidence From 16 African Countries: Agriculture Is Linked To Malaria In Complex Ways

      The African population is expected to triple by the year 2100. It means more food, water and agricultural commodities are needed. In meeting these needs, African governments and development agencies have set up large agricultural projects. For example, the Alliance for African Rice Development, a policy framework, has set a target to double rice production from 28 million tons…

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