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Kidnapper Evans’ Arms Supplier Caught

Kidnapper Evans’ Arms Supplier Caught

A 46-year-old arms dealer, Godwin Chinyere, who allegedly sold most of the arms, ammunition and rocket launchers used by billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, alias Evans, has been arrested by operatives of the Inspector General of Police Special Intelligence Response Team, IRT. Vanguard reports that Evans, who was arrested in June 2017 by the IRT, led […]

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The President Dies

The President Dies

He was the world’s oldest sitting president. He was admitted to hospital on Wednesday but officials did not say why he was receiving treatment. BBC reports that Essebsi won Tunisia’s first free elections in 2014 following Arab uprisings across the region. He was admitted to hospital last month after suffering what officials said was a […]

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Government Plans Aerial Survey Of South West Nigerian Forests

Government Plans Aerial Survey Of South West Nigerian Forests

The security stakeholders’ meeting between Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo  and  traditional rulers in Osun State on Tuesday agreed that Federal Government should immediately commence aerial surveillance of forests in South-West. Punch reports that speaking to reporters after the meeting at  Osun Goverment House, Oke Fia, Osogbo,  the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi. who led about 80 other monarchs  to […]

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NCAA Collaborates With Other Agencies To Enhance Security At Airports

NCAA Collaborates With Other Agencies To Enhance Security At Airports

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) and Aviation Security personnel of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) will increase collaboration with all relevant agencies to strengthen security at the nation’s airports, says Mr. Sam Adurogboye, General Manager, Public Relations in a statement. This is to forestall a similar occurrence of the security breach that […]

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Nigerians To Pay More For US Visa

Nigerians To Pay More For US Visa

Nigerians among other investors in the United States of America, USA, economy, are expected to pay more in fees for the USA’s EB-5 immigrant investors’ visa program in the coming months as the new minimum amount is likely to increase by 170 percent to $1.35 million from $500,000. Vanguard reports that the United State Citizenship […]

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