Friday, November 13, 2015

Baltimore City School teacher charged with rape of teen

A Baltimore City School teacher has been charged with second-degree rape, after investigators say he had sex with a 15-year-old girl in his Parkville home.
Police responded to an area hospital for a sex offense report on the afternoon of November 10. The victim was examined at the hospital and interviewed by detectives.

Child trafficking syndicate arrested in Delta by SARS

Suspected child traffickers recently arrested by the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) at the Delta State police command said they engage in the business to assist pregnant girls including married couples who don’t have children.

SARS rescued five children suspected to have been sold by members of the group who operate within Delta, Anambra, Cross River, Akwa-Ibom and Rivers state.
The suspects said:

NDLEA Uncovers Drug Cartel In Enugu Airport

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) on Friday said it has uncovered a suspected drug trafficking cartel at the Akanu Ibiam International Airport (AIIA) Enugu.

This is contained in a statement issued by the agency’s spokesperson in Lagos, Mr Mitchel Ofoyeju, which was made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

According to the statement, two officers of the agency, Daniel Goska and Ndubuisi Ughor, who are indicted and currently at large, have been summarily dismissed and declared wanted.

Nigeria Does Not Want MTN “to Die” From $5.2bn Fine-Communications Minister

Nigeria does not want MTN to quit the country because of a $5.2 billion fine imposed last month, its new communications minister said, suggesting the African mobile phone giant may have found a sympathetic ear in its bid to reduce the penalty.

The deadline for paying falls on Monday with little clarity as to whether the South Africa-listed company can, or will, pay the fine imposed by the Nigerian Communications Commission for failing to cut off 5.2 million unregistered SIM cards.

Buhari Decorates 3 Injured Soldiers With Purple Heart Medal (Photos)

Our beloved Nigerian President , Muhammadu Buhari Visited the IDPS Camp Today In Yola Adamawa state Nigeria Today and he did something Great.

What Wike Told Buhari For Sustenance Of Peace In Niger Delta

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has urged the President Muhammadu Buhari to sustain the amnesty programme for the sake of enduring peace in the Niger Delta region.
Speaking when he received in audience, Brigadier-General Paul Boroh, the Presidential Adviser/Coordinator of the Amnesty Programme at the Government House, Port Harcourt on Thursday, Governor Wike said the sustenance of the programme will further enhance peace, stabilise the economy and generate empowerment.
“It is important to note that the peace we enjoy today in the Niger Delta is largely due to the Programme.

PDP To Amaechi: Your Ministry A Waste To Rivers People

A mixed reaction has greeted the appointment of the former Rivers State governor, Rotimi Amaechi, as the minister for Transportation in the cabinet of President Mohammadu Buhari.
Buhari inaugurated his condensed cabinet on Wednesday amidst wide range condemnation after an inexplicable delay for more than five months after the inauguration of his government on May this year.

REPORT: 19 Nigerian States ARE INCAPABLE Of Meeting Their Recurrent Obligations.

Nineteen Nigerian states are not in a position to meet their recurrent obligations, a comprehensive report by data-simplifying, civic organisation, BudgIT, has revealed.
Osun, which, for months, has been hurt by series of protests over non-payment of workers’ salaries, placed last on the table of states’ fiscal sustainability, followed by Plateau and ogun states. Lagos, Rivers and Delta led the chart.
Titled ‘State of States’ report, the report ranked all 36 states considering the size of their Internally-Generated revenue (IGR), derivation and Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) receipts to cover their recurrent costs.

Civil Servants Have Suffered Under Dickson, Says Sylva.

Timipire Sylva, candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the December 5 governorship election of Bayelsa state, says some of the policies of Seriake Dickson, governor of the state, have had negative impact on Bayelsa workers.

Speaking through his campaign organisation, Sylva said his main challenger in the election intends keeping the people of the state “perpetual poverty” read a statement signed by Nathan Egba, director of media and publicity in Sylva’s campaign organisation.

PDP Conference: I’ m Not Fighting Secondus-Led NWC - Fayose

Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose, has clarified that his absence at the Peoples Democratic Party’s National Conference held in Abuja on Thursday should not be misinterpreted to mean that he is at loggerheads with Prince Uche Secondus-led National Working Committee.
Fayose said he is solidly behind the NWC in its strides to reposition the party and return its winning streak that makes the party the darling to all Nigerians.

PDP Still Suffering From Hangover Of Defeat – APC

The All Progressives Congress has accused the opposition Peoples Democratic Party of defeat-induced impatience.
The National Secretary of the APC, Mai Bala Buni, who said this in Abuja on Thursday, added that the APC-led Federal Government did not pick miscreants as ministers.
He said the leaders of opposition political parties especially the PDP; had grown increasingly impatient because they had yet to overcome the hangover of electoral defeat.
Bala Buni said this in response to a statement by the PDP, which stated that Buhari’s newly-inaugurated cabinet did not inspire confidence.