HOW EFCC ARRESTED A LEBANESE WITH OVER $2M AT ABUJA AIRPORT

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested one Abbas Lakis, a Lebanese for money laundering offence. A statement from the anti-graft agency on Friday revealed that Lakis arrested by its operatives at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja. The suspect was picked up following intelligence report that he had on him undeclared huge sums of monies aboard the Egypt Airline bringing him from the Kano Airport en route Lebanon. “At the point of arrest, a thorough search on his luggage, uncovered $2,104,936 (two million, one hundred and four…

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PROBE NIWA, NGOZI OKPAGU NOW…..RIGHTS GROUP URGES FG, EFCC

The Human Rights Access, Peace and Justice Foundation otherwise called HURIJE, has called on the Federal Government, and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC to probe corruption and high level of impunity going on at Nigeria Inland Water Authority, NIWA. These where parts of ”Charter of demands” made by the group on Wednesday, 29th November, 2018 as they walked through major roads in Onitsha, Anambra state. The Rights group with various banners and placards with different write ups such as; “Human Rights Liberty Access And Peace Foundation (HURIJE) Demands…

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JESUS! How Strange Owl Was Found On Akwa Ibom Speaker’s Seat (Photos)

The Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly today got a scare, as workers were shocked to discover a strange evil bird on seat of the speaker of the Assembly, Rt. Hon. Barr Onofiok Luke. The Strange Owl was found ahead of the sitting of the house which was billed to commence from 10am. According to investigations, it was part of a charm done at Ikrok’s shrine at Urua Akpan in Essien Udim allegedly as part of a plot to either eliminate or scare away the speaker from returning to the…

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Kwale Polytechnic: Delta Monarch Likens Nwaoboshi’s Representation To Late President Musa Yar-Adua

On the approval of the first federal higher institution to be built in Ndokwa land which was facilitated by the senator representing the good people of the area that has long been marginalised, the Igwete of Amai kingdom, His Royal Majesty, Eze Paul Solomon Ifeneziuche, has urged the senator representing Delta north senatorial district, Senator Peter Nwaoboshi to remain focus in his magnificent representation of Anioma People at the Senate. The monarch in a statement made available through his chief press secretary, Cyprian C. Odifili in Amai kingdom on Friday,…

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Rights Group Condemns Arrest of Activist, Eneh…..Asks Police To Make Findings Public

The Anambra State Police Command have been urged to immediately make public its findings on the abduction and torture of social media activist, Chigozie Eneh by the agents of an Anambra politician, Chinedu Obidike. A Human right organization, Human Rights, Liberty Access, and Peace Defenders Foundation (HURIJE), in a statement made available to the press condemned the abduction of Eneh in Enugu by Obidigwe’s thugs and some police officers from the State Police Command. In the statement signed by its National Chairman, Dede Uzor A.Uzor, the group said abducting the…

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Street Trading: Anambra Commissioner Whips Market Women, Traders…Pelted With Sachet Water

There is palpable anger in Anambra markets as the Anambra State Commissioner for Commerce, Industry, Market and Wealth Creation, Dr. Christian Madubuko, in a bid to decongest traders hawking at Sokoto Street near Onitsha Main Market horse-whipped traders embarking on Christmas auction sales. The Commissioner who stormed the market with thugs and DSS operatives engaged in a whipping spree in a bid to chase away the traders who were involved in Christmas auction. When newsmen went to Sokoto Street , the victims who included market women and other traders lamented…

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ELOZINO: ENACT A LAW PROHIBITING YAHOO-YAHOO BUSINESS, RITUALISM IN NIGERIA……NGOs URGED GOVERNMENT

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and other stakeholders in Delta state has called on the state and Federal government to as a matter of urgency enact a law prohibiting Yahoo-Yahoo business and ritualism of all sorts in Delta State and Nigeria at large. These where parts of “Charter of demands” made by the groups on Thursday as they walked through major roads in Asaba, the state capital protesting against the gruesome murder of Miss Elozino Joshuana Ogege, a 300 level mass communication student of Delta state University (DELSU). The groups dressed…

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