Crime Watch.

Crime Watch.

Crime is violation of rules done against the State. Crime from individuals, government officials, armed forces and domestic crimes, we make them public.

Blood flows in Benue Again

It is another season of wailing and weeping in Benue, Plateau and Borno states as three separate attacks by suspected herdsmen and Boko Haram insurgents...

Anambra community reacts to alleged killing of policeman by youths

Umunze community in Orumba South Local Government Area of Anambra State has denied allegations levelled against it by the police over the death of...

Suspected drug dealer buries himself alive to escape arrest

A suspected drug dealer ran from the Police and buried himself in the mud after he was pulled o Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office set up...

‘We heard Dapchi schoolgirls crying as Boko Haram trucks sped off’

We saw several girls crying for help as four Tata trucks conveying them out of Dapchi sped off” With these words, a man resident...

How I murdered my Church Members- pastor

A chief magistrate’s court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, has remanded Pastor Chidebere Okoroafor, founder of Altar of Solution Church, in prison for the...

INNOSON IN TROUBLE AGAIN-COURT ORDERED HIS IMMEDIATE ARREST

Chairman of Innoson Group, Chief Dr innocent Chukwuma OFR popularly known as Innoson has stated that as a law abiding citizen, he is not...

Nigeria police explain ‘arrest’, ‘detention’ of Ezekwesili, other BBOG activists

The police in Abuja has issued the statement below in response to reports that it arrested some members of the #BringBackOurGirls movement as they...

Anambra Assembly Rejects Cattle Colony Policy

  The Anambra State House of Assembly has berated the issue of cattle colonies across the country currently on the frontburner of public discourse . The...

Herdsmen killings: Middle Belt Youth Ready For War.

Youth groups in the Middle Belt have declared war on the rampaging Fulani herdsmen, saying they have signed their death warrant. The National Council of...

Ex-militants threaten armed struggle, may dump amnesty

  The Joint Revolutionary Council (JRC), a coalition of armed groups in the Niger Delta, has served noticed that 4,314 ex-militants in the region are set...

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