The Command spokesman, ASP Muhktar Aliyu, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Kaduna that angry youths, at about 4:00 am today, set the Celestial Church of Christ in Narayi ablaze and part of the police outpost there.
Moshood said the shift in enforcement date is to enable the Force carry out a thorough assessment of the current deployment and carry out appropriate withdrawal.
Indication to this was given by Spokesperson of the commission, Rasheedat Okoduwa, in a statement on Thursday in Abuja.
The minister, represented by Malam Shehu Ahmed, the ministry’s Permanent Secretary, said this on Thursday in Abuja at a one-day workshop on how to combat illegal wildlife trade and international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and…
Onwuamadike a.k.a Evans, seeking to quash charges slammed on him, saying they are not defective and not an abuse of court processes.
The operatives, of RS2.21, Ijebu Ode Unit Command, while on routine patrol along the Sagamu-Ijebu Ode Expressway at about 11:27am, noticed an abandoned Black Corolla car with registration number BDG 448 ET, which was packed haphazardly…
Justice Ukpa Ebitam said the prosecution team, led by Eneji Amajama, a Deputy Director in the Department of Public Prosecutions in the state’s Ministry of Justice, proved its case beyond reasonable doubt
The Court of Appeal Abuja Division on Wednesday jailed him six years and also asked him to refund N22.9 billion
The News Agency of Nigeria gathered that the cult member who was on Police wanted list for various crimes including kidnapping, sea robbery, armed robbery and acts of pipeline vandalism was being temporarily detained at the Oproma Division…
The Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, who displayed corpses of the kidnappers to journalists at a forest hideout of the criminals in the village, said they were killed during a gun duel.
Dr Ibisola Babalola, the President of the association, told a news conference in Ibadan on Wednesday that the body was not impressed with the handling of the matter by security agencies particularly the police.
The accused is facing a four-count charge of conspiracy, assault, kidnapping and rape.
Omolayo disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria after her visit to the victim at the Niger-Delta University Teaching Hospital, Okolobri, Yenagoa.
In a statement issued in Abuja on Wednesday, the Minister said the number could still increase as the documentation of the freed girls is ongoing