Vanguard Latest News Saturday 14th December 2019
Vanguard Latest News Today and headlines on some of the happenings and news trend in the Country, today 14/12/19
‘Online community policing created to fight domestic crimes’
Founder of CheckMyPeople Limited, Chudi Obiofuma, said the firm has introduced online community policing to address the absence of background information on prospective domestic employees.
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‘Kane is fundamental for us’ – Mourinho not planning to rest striker
Jose Mourinho has dismissed the notion of granting Harry Kane a rest during the festive period, as Tottenham look to close the gap on their top-four rivals.
Kane has hit nine goals in 15 Premier League outings at the start of the 2019-20 campaign, which means he is now just eight short of the final tally he amassed last term.
He has continued to deliver in front of goal despite the fact that Spurs have endured a turbulent last few months on and off the pitch, with Mauricio Pochettino relieved of his managerial duties on November 21 after overseeing a dismal run of results.
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Enugu LG poll: I’ll restore Nsukka’s lost glory – says Aspirant
As Enugu State local government election draws near, one of the aspirants in Nsukka local government under the umbrella of People’s Democratic Party, Hon Amos Amadi has has vowed to restore the council area’s lost glory, if the he wins in the forthcoming polls.
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Oyo CP urges police officers to operate with fear of God
Mr Shina Olukolu, the Commissioner of Police in Oyo, has urged police officers in the command to undertake their duties with the fear of God.
Olukolu made the call on Friday evening during a dinner and award presentation ceremony held at the state police headquarters, Eleyele, Ibadan.
He said that men and officers of the force should endeavour to wear human faces in their dealings with members of the public.
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“We have to work with the fear of Almighty God, we must also be mindful of how we pursue material things,” he said.
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Tottenham boss Mourinho tight-lipped over Eriksen’s future at the club
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has said he is happy with Christian Eriksen’s performances but refused to opine on his future with the Dane expected to depart the club.
Eriksen has been widely tipped to leave north London, either in January or when his contract expires in the summer.
With clubs like Real Madrid and Barcelona circling Eriksen has seen his role greatly reduced this season, having started just nine total games for Tottenham in 2019-20.
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Stay away from Zamfara APC, party group tells Sen Marafa
A political pressure group in Zamfara State, Zamfara State APC Concerned Citizens, has called on Senator Kabiru Marafa to stay away from the affairs of the state chapter of All Progressives Congress ,APC.
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Malaysia: Mahatir Mohamed suggests he could stay in office beyond 2020
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad suggested on Saturday he may seek to stay in power after 2020, just four days after he promised to make way for his anointed successor Anwar Ibrahim.
Asked at the Doha Forum in Qatar if he would step down in 2020, the world’s oldest prime minister said he wanted to fix problems that he said had been left by the previous government before resigning.
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“I promised I would step down once I resolve some of the major problems that have been left by the previous government.
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Ex-Sudan president Bashir sentenced to two years in detention for corruption
A Sudanese court on Saturday convicted former president Omar al-Bashir on corruption charges and sentenced him to two years of detention in a reform facility, the first ruling against the ex-leader ousted by mass unrest.
The presiding judge said Bashir, 75, who was deposed by the military in April following months of street protests against his three-decade rule, was being sent to the reform facility, rather than a prison, on account of his age.
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Police reveal Duncan Mighty was arrested, not kidnapped
Imo state Police command has revealed that musician, Duncan Mighty, was arrested on Saturday over allegation of fraud and not kidnapped by unknown gunmen.
The Port Harcourt-based singer was initially rumoured to have been kidnapped by unknown gunmen.
However, Imo police spokesman, Godson Ikeokwu, said in a statement that Duncan Mighty was arrested following allegation of fraud.
“This followed a petition written by an upcoming rap artist M2, who claimed that the Imo State Government led by Owelle Rochas Okorocha, through the office of the SA on Entertainment, entered into a deal with Duncan Mighty to manage, promote, arrange collaboration with other top artiste and sign M2 under YOUNG WEALTH record label owned by Duncan Mighty, as a result, an agreement was reached with a fee of ELEVEN MILLION NAIRA (N11,000,000) paid to him, However, since collecting the payment he refused to fulfill his own part of the deal,” the statement said.
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Thousands join biggest protest for years in Thai capital
Thousands of people joined Bangkok’s biggest protest since a 2014 coup on Saturday, after authorities in Thailand moved to ban a party that has rallied opposition to the government of former military ruler Prayuth Chan-ocha.
The demonstration, called a day earlier by Future Forward party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, a 41-year-old billionaire, revived memories of the spasms of street protest that have roiled Bangkok periodically over the past two decades of turbulent politics.
But there was no sign of a major police presence or attempt to block the biggest demonstration since Prayuth seized power in 2014 in the name of ending street violence.
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