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JOSEPH UNDU

It has become a usual thing for Nigerians to wake up every morning with screaming headlines in the print and electronic media as Nigerian Military battles the bastardized terror machineries called Boko Haram (BH). BH, an Islamic sect that believes in terrorism together with their foreign and local accomplices are bent in destroying the greatest black nation in the world due to their parochial and nonsensical reasons; the campaign which they started some few years ago from the North Eastern part of Nigeria.

Stories by JOSEPH UNDU

DETECTIVES of the Ekiti State Police Command have arrested five suspects for the rape of a 14-year-old girl at Ikole-Ekiti on November 21.
The suspects names according to a statement by the Police Public Relations Officer, Victor Babayemiwere were given as Olaoluwa Gbenga, aged 20, Dada Samson, aged 18 and Saliukazeem, aged 19.

NO fewer than 8,400 bags of rice has been seized from smugglers by the Nigeria Customs Service, Ogun State Command between the months of September and November this year.
The Comptroller, Ogun State Command, Haruna Mamudu, on Wednesday said this at the Idi-Iroko border station of the command while briefing journalists about the command’s activities.

THREE employees of Mrs Budo Osoagbaka, who allegedly broke into her house and stole items valued at N126,500, on Thursday appeared before an Apapa Magistrates’ Court, Lagos.
One of the accused person, a driver, Chinonso Ochuba aged 26, Nicodemus Ifediba, aged 27 and Paul Ifediba, aged 23, all of them are residents of Apapa area of Lagos.

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