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Mystery: Missing children found dead in a parked car in Enugu community

Geoffrey Anyanwu, Enugu Enugu State Police Command has launched a full-scale investigation to unravel the circumstances surrounding the death of three children inside a parked Camry car at Ugwu Ogede in Itchi, Igbo-Eze South Local Government of the State. The three children/victims of different parents, five-year-old Chukwuebuka Ene (boy), four-year-old Chinyere Eze and four-year-old Chibugo …
The Sun Nigeria.

Nigeria must copy Scotland in making period products free- Actress, Vicky Nwogu

Scotland has become first Country in the world to make period products free for her citizens. Nollywood Actress Vicky Nwogu has said she would ike to think it is a step forward and wants Nigeria to take the lead in Africa. “It’s certainly the right thing to do especially at a time like this, the …
The Sun Nigeria.



Rotary Clubs in Jos sensitise women on polio, yellow fever immunisation

By Gyang Bere, Jos Plateau State Polio Representative Victoria Haruna has called on Nigerian women to avail their children for Polio and Yellow Fever routine immunisation to safeguard the children against the diseases in the State. She lamented how children and adults have perished in some states of the federation due to outbreak of Yellow …
The Sun Nigeria.

Female senators, reps tackle male counterparts

By Fred Itua, Abuja Seven female Senators and their 11 counterparts in the House of Representatives have called on President Muhammadu Buhari to forward an Executive Bill to the two chambers of the National Assembly on 35 per cent affirmative action for women in government. They decried repeated frustrations from their male counterparts in both …
The Sun Nigeria.

Court orders IGP to prosecute Eunisell MD Chika Ikenga, Suraj Yakubu, for forgery, false information

By Godwin Tsa, Abuja The Abuja division of the Federal High Court has ordered the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to prosecute an Industrial Chemist and Group Managing Director of Re Care and Eunisell Limited, Chika Ikenga and Suraj Yakubu for the alleged offences of forgery, false information and false impersonation. Others affected by the …
The Sun Nigeria.

CAF Champion League: Lalong optimistic of Plateau United victory

By Gyang Bere, Jos Ahead of the CAF Champions League match between Plateau United and Simba SC football club of Tanzania, scheduled to hold at the Zaria Road Stadium in Jos, Governor Simon Lalong is optimistic of Plateau United victory even as he visited the team during their training session. Lalong, while addressing the players …
The Sun Nigeria.

Fire guts Otukpo Main Market again

By Rose Ejembi, Makurdi About 100 shops were on Wednesday morning razed by fire at the Otukpo Main Market in Otukpo, Benue State. The early morning inferno which also destroyed property worth millions of naira left many traders wailing after they lost all their wares in the fire. This is the second time this year …
The Sun Nigeria.



Taraba: Ishaku seeks aid to rebuild after #EndSARS protests in state

By Sylvanus Viashima, Jalingo Taraba State Governor Darius Ishaku on Tuesday called on the Federal Government and other humanitarian agencies to assist the State to rebuild structures and replace items damaged or stolen by hoodlums during the #EndSARS protests in the State last month. The Governor who made the appeal after an assessment tour of …
The Sun Nigeria.

#EndSARS fallout: FG sets up N75 billion Youth Investment Fund

By Isaac Anumihe, Abuja As part of the fallout of the #EndSARS protests, the Federal Government has set out N75 billion Youth Investment Fund (YIF) for young people with creative ability. Announcing this at the end of the 26th Nigerian Economic Summit (26th NES) in Abuja, Minister of Youth and Sports, Mr Sunday Dare, said …
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Plateau bye-election: INEC won’t allow voters without face masks – REC

By Gyang Bere, Jos The Plateau State Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), Hussaini Halilu Pai, says voters without face masks would not be allowed to vote in the December 5 Plateau South Senatorial bye-election. He noted that the Commission has made adequate preparation for free, fair, credible and transparent election. Hon Pai disclosed this yesterday during …
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Gunmen abduct wife, son of Atiku’s security detail

*Elder brother of Adamawa House’s Majority Leader also kidnapped Suspected gunmen have abducted the wife and son of a security detail of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar. The kidnappers were believed to have gone for the said aid to Atiku, whose name is not given but confirmed to be a police personnel, but took his …

Lagos East by-election: Movement to be restricted in five LGs 

  … INEC, Police identify flashpoints as CP reads riot act Wale Elegbede Ahead of the December 5 Lagos East by-election, vehicular movement in the five local governments of in the Kosofe, Ikorodu, Ibeji-Lekki, Epe and Somolu, will be restricted for the smooth conduct of the election. Speaking on Wednesday at the Inter-Agency Consultative Committee …

LASG to LG Chairmen: Create jobs through environmental sanitation in your domains

  ….Tasks residents on tidy drainages Muritala Ayinla Disturbed by the increasing rate of poor environmental practices in some local governments, especially tertiary drainages across the state, the Lagos State government on Wednesday charged chairmen of local councils to consider generating employment through cleaning of drainages in their domain. The government, which said that challenges …

Military air strikes kill 82 armed bandits in Katsina, Zamfara operations – DHQ

Emmanuel Onani, Abuja   The Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has said that air interdiction missions conducted within the Birnin Kogo Forest in Katsina State, and Ajjah Forest in Zamfara State, killed at least 82 suspected bandits terrorising residents of the general areas. According to a statement by the Coordinator, Defence Media Operations (DMO), Major General John …

Again, fire destroys property in Otukpo main market

*LG chair sympathizes with traders   Cephas Iorhemen, Makurdi   Another fire outbreak, in the wee hours of Wednesday hit a section of the Otukpo main market, close to Lagos Line, and destroyed goods worth millions of naira. The fire, according to witnesses, started and quickly spread due to the dry weather, as traders struggled …

JUST IN: Senator Abbo dumps PDP for APC

  Senator Elisha Abbo has announced his defection from the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC). Senator Abbo announced his defection in a letter addressed to the Senate. Senate President Ahmad Lawan read the letter during Wednesday’s plenary session. In the letter, Senator Abbo explained that his decision to …

NBS: Food prices shot up in October

  Prices of food items soared in October, a report by National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) stated on Wednesday. According to its selected food price watch for the month under review, the average price of 1kg of tomato increased year-on-year by 31.81 per cent and month-on-month by 7.22 per cent  to N307.63 in October 2020 …

#EndSARS: New report shows CNN is desperate —Lai Mohammed

  The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has accused CNN of desperation over its second report on the Lekki toll plaza shootings that happened on October 20. The Minister said this on NTA on Wednesday. The Atlanta, Georgia-based news network had on Tuesday released a second ‘investigative report’ on the shootings at Lekki Toll Plaza during …

Japan fights coronavirus in luxurious style with N4.5m masks

  Japanese trend-setters can now protect against the coronavirus in luxurious style with opulent masks adorned with diamonds and pearls for a cool million yen ($9,600, about N4,569,600) each. Cox Co’s Mask.com chain began selling the hand-made masks last week, with the aim of cheering up people and spurring sales in a fashion industry depressed …

S’Korean protests fan COVID-19 fears

  South Korea called on unionists to cancel protests on Wednesday as the country grapples with a third wave of coronavirus infections, warning any violations of social distancing measures will be punished. The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) said up to 200,000 members would go on strike but protests would be limited to nine …

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