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Women Give Birth In Bush While Fleeing Boko Haram Attack

Two pregnant women gave birth to babies in the bush Sunday morning while fleeing from suspected Boko Haram insurgents that attacked Gunti Gumi village of Alkaleri Local Government area in Bauchi state. An eye witness, Malam Bala Kurba, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that the insurgents stormed the village, forcing the residents to take to their heels. “The ... Read More »

Baby With Two Horns Born In Osun (graphic Photos)

The atmosphere in the maternity centre was serene. There was nothing suggesting the occurrence which took the reporter there. Nurses on duty were courteous but grew cautious and suspicious when it was obvious the reporter was not a patient. Why is he here? The birth of a new born baby would normally elicit joy and excitement in people. It is ... Read More »

Checkout pictures Kidnappers Shot Dead By Security Operatives In Anambra State (Viewer Discretion)

Five kidnappers were yesterday killed and several others injured in Anambra State by security operatives. After a serious exchange of bullets between the kidnappers and the agents of security operatives,five of the kidnappers were shot dead while others got injured at their den in Eziowelle,Idemmili North Local Government Area of Anambra State. One of the kidnappers shot dead was Paschal ... Read More »

Dangote Trucks set Ablaze After VIO, Four Others to Death In Ogun

Two Dangote trucks were on Thursday March 26 set ablaze by angry mob after one of the trucks lost control and crushed to death one Vehicle Inspection Officer (VIO) on duty and four others at Ilaro area of Yewa South Local Government, Ogun State. The truck loaded with cement was reportedly to its destination of delivery when the incident occurred. ... Read More »

Gun For Gun,Bullet For Bullet,Bomb For Bomb -Asari-Dokubo Warns Buhari

Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari, leader of the Niger Delta People Salvation Front, NDPSF has threatened to match violence with violence if riots broke out after Muhammadu Buhari, presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC loses the election. VANGUARD reports that Asari who was addressing supporters of President Goodluck Jonathan in Warri, Delta State, said it shall be gun for gun, ... Read More »

I charge N2m to write songs for people —Harrysong

Harrison Okiri popularly called Harrysong is a singer and songwriter. The one-time fisherman and Political Science graduate of the University of Port Harcourt talks about the milestones in his career What are your current projects? I plan to release an album this year. I just released my single, Ofe Oshe, and the feedback has been amazing. Releasing singles concurrently is ... Read More »

Never vote PDP again, Buhari tells Nigerian

The presidential candidate of the All progressives Congress, Maj.-Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), on Saturday told Nigerians not to make the mistake of voting the Peoples Democratic Party in the forth coming general elections. He stated this in Lafia, the Nasarawa state capital, during the North-Central zonal grand finale rally of the APC, adding that the 16 years of PDP rule ... Read More »

PVC collection closes today – INEC

Collection of Permanent Voter Card from the Independent National Electoral Commission closes today. INEC had on March 8, 2015, extended the deadline for collection of the card across the country by additional two weeks – from March 8 to March 22. The card is a prerequisite for an eligible voter to cast his vote in the elections. A statement by ... Read More »

Government Claims Naira Records Gain Against Dollar

The Naira appreciated against the Dollar at the official and the parallel markets as at close of trading on Friday. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Naira exchanged at N225 for a dollar as against N226 which it traded since March 16 at the Bureau De Change (BDC) market. At the official market, the currency sold at ... Read More »

See How Corp Members Are Being Taught How To Use Guns [See Photos]

Reports just reaching us reveal that National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) members in Kebbi state, are being taught how to use the m60 guns for protection because of the insecurity related to the forthcoming elections. According to the corper in Kebbi state, he said“The corp members were given security tips on how to prevent and handle mishaps in the course ... Read More »

Boko Haram Leader Escapes Military Raid In Kadun

A leader of the Boko Haram terrorists on Wednesday night escaped a military raid on his hideout at No. 4 Fulani Road, Ugwan Dosa, Kaduna State. The Boko Haram leader, whose name was given as Mallam Muhammed Mai Borno, was said to be taken refuge in Kaduna after he was flushed out of Maiduguri in Borno State. He was said ... Read More »

Police Arrest 75 Year herbalist for defiling 12-year-old boy

A 75- year-old herbalist, Odinkemere Ogbuehi, from Abia State has been paraded by the police for allegedly having carnal knowledge of a twelve-year-old boy “through the anus.” Commissioner of Police, JoshakHabila, who paraded the suspect in Umuahia on Friday with other suspected criminals, said that the incident occurred on March 8, 2015 . According to police, the suspect allegedly “took ... Read More »

Election: Soldiers teach Kebbi corps members how to use guns

Ahead of next Saturday’s presidential and national assembly elections and April 11 governorship and state houses of assemblies’ election, the military has begun training National Youth Service Corp members in Kebbi State on how to use guns. According to, the move was to have corps members who would work as adhoc staff for the Independent National Electoral Commission during ... Read More »

Jega Blames IGP, says no law bars waiting after voting

  The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Suleiman Abba, and the Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission, Prof. Attahiru Jega, on Friday clashed over the police chief’s “vote and go home order.” While the IGP had warned voters to go back to their homes after casting their votes on election days, Jega said the electoral law did not state that voters could ... Read More »