Friday, March 18, 2016

Police Sergeant Allegedly Robs Ladies Of Their Panties, Phones, Shoes & Bags In Lagos

There was an outrage among policemen at the Lagos State Police Command recently, after a police sergeant ran into the command, moments after robbing a lady of her handbag.

The sergeant, Oluseyi (surname withheld), was attached to ‘A Department’ at the state Police Command.

According to sources, Oluseyi was a serial thief, who allegedly used to target females standing along the road.

Whenever he robs ladies of their handbags and other valuables, he would drive off in his white Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV), leaving them screaming and crying. He would go for another victim or would drive straight to command, where his office was located.

80 Lawyers Appear For Saraki At The Code Of Conduct Tribunal b

After some delays owing to the late arrival of the Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal, Danladi Umar, the corruption trial of Nigeria's Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has started in Abuja, Nigeria capitalal. The lead counsel to the Senate President, Kanu Agabi is leading 79 lawyers, while the lead prosecution counsel; Rotimi Jacobs leads a 9-member government team of lawyers.. Mr. Saraki and several Nigerian Senators arrived the court room as early 9:55 AM. He was then put in the dock as soon as the tribunal chair arrived.

Rerun: INEC Materials Arrive Rivers State - Photos

Amid fear and unease in Rivers state due to political tension, all non-sensitive INEC materials have been deployed to each of the 23 Local Government Areas in the State ahead of the Saturday’s federal and state legislative Rivers rerun elections. Meanwhile, the atmosphere in the state is fierce following the death of an army major and another soldier who were killed yesterday by unknown gunmen in Abonemma, Akukutoru LGA in the state... The APC and the PDP are blaming each other for the unfortunate killings.

NUC Dismisses The 11 Years Policy For The Training Of Medical Students

The National Universities Commission (NUC) has refuted reports making the rounds that medical students in Nigerian universities would henceforth study for 11 years before obtaining an MBBS degree.

The NUC Executive Secretary, Prof. Julius Okojie, who cleared the air told The Guardian in Abuja, the new Benchmark Minimum Academic Standard (BMAS) for Medicine and Dentistry, which had since been made public by commission, only provides for a seven-year training, leading to the award of MBBS/MDS.

Rivers Rerun: Thug With Military-Police Uniform Arrested

This just happened Few hours ago, Ahead of the Rivers Rerun election the Nigerian Police just arrested an alleged Political thug (Either APC Or PDP not yet verified) with fake police and military uniforms at Rumuji, EMOHUA LGA , See photos below.

From 30, Senators With Saraki At CCT Shrink To 18.

Senate President Bukola Saraki has arrived at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) where his trial for alleged false declaration of assets continues.

He arrived at 9:55am in company of at least 18 senators.

The number of senators who accompanied him on Friday was less than the 30 who accompanied him to the tribunal last week.

Saraki wore a flowing milk-coloured “Agbada”, and sat gently in the second row of benches reserved for senators.

Saraki Repaid Personal Bank Loans With Kwara’s Funds – CCB

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The Code of Conduct Bureau has said there is evidence that the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, while governor of Kwara State between 1999 and 2007, obtained huge bank loans and paid back the loans with funds belonging to the state.

The bureau alleged that Saraki used the bank loans running into billions of naira to acquire landed assets in Lagos, Abuja and London.

CCT’ll Rule On Saraki’s Motion To Dismiss Charges March 24

The Code of Conduct Tribunal has fixed March 24 for ruling on a motion by the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, seeking to quash the charges of false assets declaration preferred against him.

The Danladi Umar-led tribunal fixed the date for ruling after entertaining arguments for and against the motion.

Live Photos From James Ocholi's Burial - Dignitaries Arrival

My uncle. Will be 6fit under the ground tomorrow. But one thing I know for sure is we will all die because we owe death. Even the wicked will die. The righteous will die. Memories back when uncle ocholi spoke about loyalty and integrity in one of our early morning devotion in ibadan on these precious morning in 2005. Then I was SSS 2. Loyalty and integrity can take you to the to be among great men. Today his integrity has made name for him in Nigeria and kogi state. In tears uncle I missed your legacy. Joshua I missed you. Heaven is a place called home. We will meet. - Relation

Saraki’s Trial: How Protesters Shared N1000 Each In Jabi To Disrupt Trial

DAILY POST has uncovered an ongoing mobilization of ‘Northerners’ who are largely illiterate and involved in hawking water and other menial jobs in Jabi Park for a protest along the street leading to the venue of Code of Conduct Tribunal on Friday.

Our reporter got to the scene of the mobilization at exactly 9.00am at a shanty located directly behind the venue.

A middle-aged man was seen addressing the mobilized youths in Hausa language and simply identified himself as Comrade, but was later identified to be of the Igala speaking tribe. He was seen with a long list of protesters and refused our correspondent to have a look at the list in his hand.

Video Of Wike Watching Apc's Campaign From His Sitting Room

Policemen Going To Rivers For Rerun In Accident (Photos)

Police Contingent Traveling To Rivers For Election Rerun In Auto Accident.

No Fewer than 100 policemen drafted from Akure, Ondo state for Rivers rerun election escaped death in an auto accident. The policemen traveling in police truck with registration number "NPF 5205 C" collided with another truck carrying cows along the East-West road near Akala - Olu community in Rivers state. Several policemen sustained various degree of injuries while at least five cows died in the accident.

Cameroon Sentences 89 Boko Haram Members To Death

A Cameroon court has sentenced 89 Boko Haram terrorists to death. The sect members were convicted on terror charges by a military court for their roles in several attacks in Cameroon’s northern region, which borders Nigeria. Cameroon passed an anti-terror law in 2014, which introduced the death sentence. This is the first time the death sentenced has been used since that law was passed. The 89 are among 850 people arrested in Cameroon on charges of links to Boko Haram. Following the death sentences, a local human rights group has called for reforms to Cameroon’s justice system. Hundreds of people have been killed in a spate of attacks in Cameroon since it joined a regional force set up to tackle the militants last year.