Day January 22, 2021

OKADA RIDER KILL LOVER OVER ALLEGED INFIDELITY IN DELSU

A commercial motorcycle operator as known as Okada rider in Oghara, Ethiope West Local Government Area of Delta State, simply identified as Happy, has killed his girlfriend, identified as Orhie Everusi, over alleged infidelity. although details of the incident were… Continue Reading →

ARMED MEN ABDUCTS SSANU DELSU CHAPTER CHAIRMAN IN DELTA

Unknown armed men have kidnapped Comrade Monday Izu, Chairman of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, Delta State University, Abraka Branch. Sources said that the labour leader was abducted on Thursday night. His whereabouts was yet to be ascertained… Continue Reading →

FOUR POLICE INSPECTORS ARRESTED IN LAGOS OVER EXTORTION

The Lagos State Police Command on Wednesday says it has apprehended four police officers who allegedly harassed and extorted N70, 000 from a 16-year-old student. Mr. Hakeem Odumosu, Lagos State the Commissioner of Police, made this known in a statement… Continue Reading →

13 KILLED, 70 INJURED IN KATSINA ACCIDENT

News reaching us says an accident that occurred along Kaita/Dankama Highway, Katsina State on Thursday night has claimed the life of 13 people with 70 other injured. Although facts of the condition surrounding the accident were still hazy however as… Continue Reading →

MISSING DELTA FARMER’S BODY FOUND HANGING ON TREE

A 60-year-old woman identified as Mrs. Okenyi was found hanging on a tree on Thursday in the Okpanam community, in the Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State. NEWSNAIJA learned that the deceased, was declared missing on Tuesday, January… Continue Reading →

COURT JAILS PASTOR FOR LYING AGAINST CHURCH FOUNDER

The Ondo State High Court sitting in Akure, the state capital, on Thursday sentenced a pastor, identified as John Abiodun, to two years’ imprisonment for a false allegation against a founder of a church. The cleric was arrested in 2019… Continue Reading →

TWO GIRLS ARRESTED OVER FAKE PASSPORT WHILE TRYING TO BOARD A CAIRO-BOUND EGYPT AIRLINE

Officers of the Nigeria Immigration Service, (NIS) Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja, have nabbed two girls with interfered passports.

The suspects, identified as Adebayo Kazeem and Babalola Kehinde, were about to board a Cairo-bound Egypt Airline flight on Thursday, but the Migration Information and Data Analysis System failed to scan their passports due to an imposed fake identity of the true holder.

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