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Nigerian govt commissions electric vehicle charging station in Lagos

the agency is committed to promoting the adoption, development, manufacturing and usage of advanced technology in Nigeria’s automotive sector.

20-year-old boy jailed 30days in Ilorin for alleged internet fraud

” That you Oke Gideon, (Jenna Cherry) between August 2020 and September 2020, in Ilorin within the jurisdiction of this honourable court, with intent to defraud, did obtain 150 US dollars, with a gift from one Bradley Miller under the false pretence that you are Jerry Cherry, a white female from Las Vegas, United States of America, which you knew to be false and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 1(3) of Advance Free Fraud and other fraud-related offences Act 2006.”

Nurse allegedly pierces newborn’s eye to avenge mother’s deeds in Sokoto

“The hospital received a complaint letter from the mother of a newborn baby girl delivered at the hospital, alleging that a nursing officer caused injury to the eyes of her baby.

We buy human parts from cemetery attendants for N5,000 ― suspects confess

” I later received a call from Opeyemi that his brother said he should collect the human parts from me, which I delivered to him and he gave me five thousand naira.”

Man, 45, beats wife to death over N2,000 in Benin

“My father locked us (children) inside the room and went out to pounce on my mother where she was lying down outside, already weak from the previous beating.

Armed robbery suspect killed in gun battle with Delta police

The injured suspect was rushed to the hospital where he was confirmed dead by the doctor on duty. Exhibit recovered includes one cut to size locally made gun, a military camouflage sweater and seven different phones of various make. Serious effort is on with a view to arresting the other fleeing members of the gang.”

29 year old cobbler sentenced to life imprisonment for raping minor

Dr. Femi Ala a medical expert, consultant Gynecologist from the LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, now UNIOSUN Teaching Hospital Osogbo told the court that there was a prolapse and the protrusion of the urethra wall a content of the body which was supposed to be within.

Scam: South African brothers vanish with $3.6 billion in Bitcoin

This is not the first time cryptocurrency scams are happening in South Africa. This comes just after last year’s collapse of another South African Bitcoin trader, Mirror Trading International.

Scam: N220,000 lands estate agent in Magistrate Court

The Prosecutor, ASP Sunday Fatola alleged that the defendant obtained the money from one Adenike Akinkuade on May 27, 2021 about 12 noon at Awoyemi area of Ibadan,

Refrigerator theft: Three men remanded by court for stealing 7 refrigerator

Magistrate S.K. Ariyo, who did not take the plea of the suspects, ordered that they should be kept in Kirikiri Correctional Centre, Lagos.

Man shoots 19-yr-old mentally deranged to death in Enugu

the deceased who was a commercial motorcyclist before he was struck with madness, strayed into Ezeoha’s compound Wednesday morning and accused him of being responsible for his mental illness.

Go to ‘unknown gunmen’ for their bodies, Police tell families of victims killed in Abia

“ They said they were killed by unknown gunmen and that we should go to unknown gunmen.

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Sunday Igboho handcuffed inside Cotonou cell, being fed by someone – Lawyer, Salami

“At the moment, Sunday Igboho’s hands are in chains at the police station. This is not good at all.”

Boko Haram kills seven Cameroonian Soldiers, injure scores

NAN reports that the development was the deadliest attack on the Cameroon army in more than 10 months, according to security reports

Flight operations resume after plane crash in Ilorin airport

Passengers onboard reportedly escaped death by the whiskers when the aircraft burst its tyre while landing and a bang affected the cabin which led to luggage falling on them

Gbajabiamila decries poor voters turnout at Lagos LG polls

From what I have seen so far, there is no violence and people are conducting themselves orderly but would have wanted a larger turnout