Apart from Coronavirus, five Nigerian news, you might have missed
Five Nigerian news you might have missed.
Nigerian APC Govs praise Oshiomhole’s commitment to a successful Nigeria
All Progressives Congress governors have praised Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, the National Chairman of the party for his efforts in building a better Nigeria.
Mr Abubakar Atiku, the Chairman of the APC Governors Forum and Governor of Kebbi State, mentioned this during Oshiomhole birthday celebration
The governors said:
“The Progressive Governors Forum (PGF) joins all Nigerians, to celebrate the birthday of Comrade Adams Oshiomhole,
the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress on his 68th birthday.
We celebrate this special occasion with Your Excellency and your entire family.
Homicide: Police arrest nine vigilante members in Kebbi for killing seven people
The police command in Kebbi state has arrested some members of a vigilante group, known as Yansakai.
Furthermore, they were arrested for allegedly killing seven people in an attempt to steal their sheep and cows in the Zuru part of the state.
DSP Nafi’u Abubakar, the command’s public relations officer, revealed this on Saturday, and he said the suspects were arrested for culpable homicide and criminal conspiracy.
Gunmen kill Policeman, took away rifle in Abia
On Saturday, gunmen killed a police officer attached to the police command in Abia state.
According to sources, the gunmen had waited on the road for the police officer identified as Amadi Kingdom.
Moreover, they attacked him around 5 am on his way back from night shift. They shot him in the stomach, and he died immediately.
After that, they took away his rifle.
Army, Police alliance will decrease banditry in Plateau, Sokoto – Middle Belt Group
The Middle Belt Conscience Guards (MBCG) has received the Nigerian Federal Government’s instructions to deploy troops to help the police in flushing out bandits in Plateau and Sokoto states.
According to them, in the past, the alliance between the Police and Army yielded great results, and this too will play out like that.
Moreover, Dr Paul Itodo, the Middle Belt Conscience Guard in a statement said;
the involvement of the “Nigerian Army in routing out bandits from forests
around the country is an indication of its invaluable role in internal security operations in the country.”
Police are on the highways; criminals begin onslaught at homes, bus stops
The police are warning Nigerians especially Lagosians to be on the alert as hoodlums are lurking because of the lockdown.
Furthermore, they said they have started receiving some reports at some major bus stops like Mile 2 area.
Also, an investigation carried out revealed that the hoodlums might even attack homes in densely populated areas of Lagos
Moreover, like Orile, Iyana-Ikpaja, Okokomaiko, Maza-Maza, Ijora Badia, Ajegunle, Mile2 bus stop, Second Rainbow,
Ikeja under bridge, Obalende, Lekki-Epe expressway, Ikorodu, Mile 12, Ketu- Alapere, Ikotun, Dopemu, Ogba etc.