Sunday, August 21, 2016

How RRS Foiled My Chance To Make Money – Interstate Cable Thief (pics)

Kunle Falayi
Pics: Ojoka beside the manhole and with a cutter he used

Thirty-year-old Kogi State indigene, Pius Ojoka, decided on Wednesday morning that his daily bread was going to come from stealing cables.

But what he did not envisage was the routine patrol of operatives of the Rapid Response Squad of the Lagos State Police Command on the Third Mainland Bridge.

Justice Abang Faces NJC Probe Over Conflicting Rulings

NJC panel to grill Judge Sept.

Following recent conflicting rulings over the governorship tussle in Abia State and the leadership crises rocking the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, by Justice Okon Abang of the federal High Court Abuja, the National Judicial Council, NJC, has commenced discreet investigations on the judge.

Fayose, Others Working To Kill Pdp —babatope

Chief Ebenezer Babatope is former Minister of Transport, who served as the Director-General of Campaign Organisation of Chief Olabode George for national chairmanship of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the botched convention of the party. He speaks with BOLA BADMUS on his experience and the various factors that were at play, leading to the failed exercise. Excerpts:

Man baths married woman with acid for infecting him with 'magun' and lying that she's a widow

Yisau Adeleke, 43, has been arrested, 9 months after bathing his lover, Morufa Ajoke Odesanya, a 36-year-old mother-of-five, with acid, after discovering that she was married, contrary to her claim of being a widow, Tribune reports.

FG Imports Russian War Helicopters, Uavs From Dubai

The Federal Government is making a comprehensive arrangement to respond to the attacks on oil installations in the Niger Delta region through the importation of sophisticated military hardware.

A top military source said on Saturday that the Defence authorities had completed arrangements to bring in latest Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to boost the planned military operation in the oil-rich region.

Suicide note allegedly found after woman disappeared with one of her children

Bayelsa State Chief Judge’s son dies inside Abuja swimming pool

Wariebi Abiri, a graduate of law, a student of the Nigerian Law School, Abuja and the son of Hon. Justice Kate Abiri, reportedly died in a swimming pool last Friday night. The Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, has expressed deep shock over his untimely death.