Did Peter Obi Actually Break The Law?

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 204 total views,  11 views today By Eti Best Herbert I had the privilege to stumble on a report titled: “Pandora Papers: Inside Peter Obi’s secret businesses — and how he broke the law”. It was written by one Taiwo-Hassan Adebayo and published in Premium Times Newspaper on the 4th day of October, 2021. Most Nigerian and indeed my humble self, had perceived Peter Obi to be an epitome of transparency, good governance, patriotism and economic astuteness. This perception heightened my curiosity to read through the article in order to discover the…

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We ‘ll Deny IPOB, Bandits Freedom Of Action In Abia — Army

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 198 total views The Nigeria Army has vowed to deny members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB; bandits, kidnappers and criminal elements “freedom of action in Abia State”. Brigade Commander, 14 Brigade Ohafia, Brigadier Gen. Mohammed who made the vow Tuesday, while flagging off Operation Golden Dawn at Ohafia, warned criminal elements to relocate from the state. He explained that the exercise which was launched Monday in Enugu, would last till December 23. According to him, the special operation which will be staged in synergy with other security agencies, is…

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Anambra Election: INEC, NSA Meet Over Worsening Insecurity

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 312 total views Ahead of the November 6 governorship election in Anambra State, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Tuesday met with the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno. The meeting, which was held at the INEC conference room in Abuja, had in attendance the Chairman of the commission, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, heads of various security agencies, Inter-Agency Consultative Committee on Election Security (ICCES) as well as senior electoral officials. Mr Monguno was represented by an NSA official, Sanusi Galadima. In his remarks, Yakubu decried the worsening insecurity in Anambra, warning…

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‘Ebube Agu’ To Take Root Before End Of 2021 – South-East Governors

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 172 total views The South-East Governors Forum has said that the ‘Ebube Agu’ security outfit will be established in all southeast states before the end of the year. The governors said this as part of their eight-point agenda during a meeting that took place at the Enugu State Government House on Tuesday. “The meeting agreed that the South-East Ebube Agu security outfit be launched in all the southeast states and laws passed in various southeast states before the end of 2021,” the communiqué read. The security outfit was established in April…

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Police Recover Decomposed Body Of Social Media Influencer

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 152 total views,  2 views today The Delta State Police has confirmed the recovery of the decomposing body of 23-year-old Delta State-born comedian and social media influencer, Onomuakpokpo Ogheneochukome, popularly known as Brakin Face. The Police Public Relations Officer for Delta State Command, DSP Bright Edafe, told journalists that the popular comedian was found dead in his apartment on Sunday morning. According to the PPRO, after three days of fruitless search, the decomposing corpse of the comedian was discovered by his sister at his apartment on Otomiewo Street, Ekpan in Uvwie Local…

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Insecurity: Army Launches Exercises In South-East, Three Other Regions

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 67 total views,  1 views today The Nigerian Army has launched three field training exercises to tackle the security challenges in four geopolitical zones of the country. These exercises – Still Water, Enduring Peace and Golden Dawn – are to be conducted simultaneously in South-East, South-South, South-West and North-Central regions. “They will be conducted in collaboration with sister security agencies, including the Nigeria Police, Department of State Services, Air Force, Immigration, NDLEA, NSCDC, FRSC, Federal Fire Service, as well as other stakeholders who will provide the necessary support for the exercise,” said…

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Facebook Blames Seven-Hour Outage On ‘Faulty Configuration Change’

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 7,076 total views,  413 views today Social media powerhouse and Silicon Valley tech giant on Monday night blamed a record seven-hour outage on a “faulty configuration change” on the backbone routers that coordinate network traffic. Facebook Vice President of Infrastructure, Santosh Janardhan, made this known in a statement titled, ‘Update about the October 4th outage’. The statement reads, “To all the people and businesses around the world who depend on us, we are sorry for the inconvenience caused by today’s outage across our platforms. We’ve been working as hard as we can…

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Police Arrest Two Kidnappers While Collecting Ransom In Ogun

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 161 total views Men of the Ogun State Police Command have arrested two suspected kidnappers while attempting to collect ransom for a seven-year-old boy. The state Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, in a statement on Monday, said the suspects — Muhammed Abubakar, 42, and Clinton Niche, 18 — were apprehended on Sunday following a report lodged at the Agbara police area command. Oyeyemi said the report was lodged by the victim’s father, Stephen Ajibili, who reported that his son, Daniel, was abducted while running an errand for his mother…

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