4 feared dead as scrap buyers clash with security agents in Lagos
At least four people were feared dead on Monday following a clash between scrap dealers and security men guarding oil pipelines in Isheri Osun/ Ijegun area of Lagos.
Police arrest 8 persons over Mushin clash
The command Spokesman, ASP Olarinde Famous-Cole, confirmed the arrest to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday.
Two die in accident on Oshodi-Apapa Highway
Two persons were feared dead in an early morning accident yesterday in Lagos State. The accident occurred around 3:00a.m. along Oshodi-Apapa Expressway.The accident involved a commercial bus, popularly known as Danfo, and a truck bearing gravel.
Hunters seek govt nod to end Southern Kaduna killings
The Peace Hunters ’Association of Kaduna State has said it could end the killings in Southern Kaduna if given adequate recognition by the state government, warning that the attacks on innocent lives by suspected terrorists in the area need to be checked.
Angry youths attack NTA team at Adeleke’s residence
Angry youths at the residence of the late Sen. Isiaka Adeleke in Ede on Sunday attacked Mr Tope Alabi, a correspondent of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) in Osogbo.
Tension mounts in Anambra over claims to throne, kingmakers trade words
Tension is rife in Awka, Anambra State capital, as the two factions of Awka Council of kingmakers trade words over the purported deposition of HRM Obi Ezeuzu Awka, Dr. Gibson Nwabueze Nwosu...
‘Hold Melaye responsible for any breakdown of law’
Kogi State government has raised alarm over possible breakdown of law and order if Senator Dino Melaye should be allowed to go ahead with his planned protest in his Ayetoro Gbede country home.
Ajimobi tasks police on killer herdsmen, kidnappers
Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi has appealed to the police authority to clamp down on the killer herdsmen and kidnappers disturbing the peace of the country with the same intensity it crushed the Boko Haram insurgents.