Story Written By: by Emmanuel Okogba

Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello has commended the management of Rural Electrification Agency for sustained efforts in providing power supply to rural communities in the country while urging collaboration between the state government and the agency in other to extend electricity supply to more communities in the state.
Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello (Right) with the Executive Director of Rural Electrification Fund, Dr Sanusi Ohiare
The Governor who described electricity as a catalyst for rapid development made the commendation while receiving the Executive Director of Rural Electrification Fund, Dr Sanusi Ohiare in his office at the Lugard House in Lokoja on Thursday.

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Story Written By: Timothy Omobude

The Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Brigadier-General Shuaibu Ibrahim has visited the family of a missing corps member, Eromosele Akhigbe, in Auchi town, the LGA headquarter of Estako west area of Edo state.
The visiting NYSC DG, who comforted the family of the missing corps member who was serving in Plateau state, expressed optimism that Eromosele would be found very soon.

He said the NYSC is working with security agencies to make sure the young man is found, and urged the mother, Mrs Dora Akhigbe, to be calm.
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Security council orders investigation into killing
Death toll rises to six

Omololu Ogunmade, Kingsley Nwezeh in Abuja and Chiemelie Ezeobi in Lagos
The face-off between the police and the Nigerian Army over Tuesday’s killing of three members of a police special squad and a civilian in Taraba State deepened yesterday as the Police High Command demanded that the military should hand over the suspected killers to it for investigation and prosecution.
The police also accused the Nigerian Army of engaging in “disrespectful and unpatriotic conduct” by calling the fallen policemen kidnappers just as the Nigerian Security Council, the highest security body in the … >>> Read Full Story



Story Written By: by Tony

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The police, on Friday, arraigned a clergyman, Akin Ajagbe, in an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court for allegedly cheating a housewife of N180,000 for a UK visa.
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Ajagbe was charged with obtaining money under false pretences and stealing.
The Prosecution Counsel, Sgt. Ishola Samuel, told the court that Ajagbe, 52, who resides at No.31, Church St., Oke-odo, Agege, Lagos, with one person now at large, committed the offence, on Aug. 10, 2017.
He alleged that Ajagbe fraudulently obtained N180,000 from the complainant, Mrs Biliki Adesope, to procure a UK visa for her.
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Story Written By: Annie Nwosu

Akin Ajagbe, a clergyman, was, on Friday, arraigned in an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court by the police for allegedly defrauding a housewife of N180,000 for a UK visa.
Ajagbe was charged with obtaining money under false pretences and stealing.

The Prosecution Counsel, Sgt. Ishola Samuel told the court that Ajagbe, 52, who resides at No. 31, Church St., Oke-odo, Agege, Lagos, with one person at large committed the offence on Aug. 10, 2017.
He alleged that Ajagbe fraudulently obtained N180,000 from the complainant, Mrs Biliki Adesope, to procure a UK visa for her.
The prosecution counsel alleged that Ajagbe ”disappeared” after collecting the money.

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