Wives must cooperate with their husbands, says Okoh
Wife of the Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) and President of Women’s Organisations of the Diocese of Abuja, Mrs. Nkasiobi Okoh has urged Anglican women to cooperate with their husbands in their homes.
Butchers association boss murdered in Bayelsa
The Igbo community in Bayelsa State was thrown into mourning in the late hours of Tuesday following the gruesome murder of one of its kinsmen and chairman of the Bayelsa State Butchers Association, Mr. Chibuzor Nwachukwu.
Ogun police arrest man for beating wife to death
The Ogun State Police Command has arrested a 40-year-old man, Kingsley Madukwe for allegedly beating his wife, Glory Madukwe to death. A statement by the Command’s Spokesman, Abimbola Oyeyemi in Abeokuta yesterday, disclosed the suspect was arrested on Wednesday, September, 11
How gunmen killed Catholic priest, set body ablaze
The Catholic Church yesterday said it was saddened and shocked by the murder of one of its priests, Rev. Fr. David Tanko, in Taraba State. The tragedy occurred barely a month after suspected Fulani herdsmen killed Rev. Fr. Paul Offu in Enugu State.
Woman kills husband to remarry ex-husband in Kebbi
A housewife in Bagudo local government area of Kebbi State has reportedly killed her new husband so that she could go back to her former lover. According to the police, the suspect, Auta Dogo Singe, conspired with one Garba Hassan and Sahabi Garba at Sabon Gari village, Illo district area of Bagudo, to kill her husband, Abdullahi Shaho, to remarry her former husband.
Protecting CBN from Miyetti Allah
Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) reaction to the Federal Government’s move to ban the importation of milk is curious and should not be allowed to go unchallenged. There appears to be more to the MACBAN’s strange response than meets the eye because the policy instrument is supposed to be primarily interpreted to boost local production of milk, which still consumes a large chunk of our scarce foreign exchange.
Final year student killed as cultists clash in Rivers varsity
The Rivers State police command yesterday confirmed a cult attack at the Rivers State University, which left one person dead. A final year student of the Department of Agriculture, identified as Prince Tuakabari, was shot and killed on Monday evening around NDDC Hostel in the university, which saw many students scampering for safety.
Police arrest three herdsmen for killing farmer in Ogun
The Ogun State police command yesterday said it has apprehended three herdsmen for allegedly killing a 40-year-old farmer, Rafiu Sowemimo in Adao village, Alabata area of Odeda local government area of the state.
Trump 'glad to help' Navy SEAL acquitted of murder
US President Donald Trump on Wednesday congratulated a US Navy Seal who was acquitted of murder in a war crimes trial, and took credit for helping. A military court in California cleared Edward Gallagher, 40, Tuesday of the murder of a teenage Islamic State prisoner in 2017 in Iraq as well as other serious charges…
Native doctor, three others docked over alleged murder plot in Imo
The Magistrate Court in Omuma, Oru East local council of Imo State on Friday arraigned a native doctor, Obelechukwu Iwegbulam, and pastor of a Sabbath church, Solomon Ezenwa-Duru, on a two-count charge of conspiracy to commit murder and an attempted murder. Others also arraigned were the Oru East embattled chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party…
If only you will believe - Part 3
Whoever that lives by faith and has a faith that influences his conversation shall not be wearied by his existence. He that lives and believes in Christ is he that by faith is born again to a heavenly and divine life. No one has with physical eyes seen God, but by faith, the saints have…
14 Army personnel to be court-martialled for murder, other cimes
A Major, two Captains and 11 other Nigerian Army personnel are to be arraigned before a seven-member court martial for alleged murder and kidnapping. The General Officer Commanding, 6 Division, Major General Jamil Sarham, stated this after inauguration of the general court martial in Port Harcourt, yesterday. He said: “The offences for which…