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Today's Headlines: Gunmen Kill 3 Policemen In Anambra, EFCC Arrests 40 Suspected Fraudsters In Ogun

Gunmen Kill 3 Policemen In Anambra

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UNKNOWN gunmen on Thursday afternoon killed three policemen at a checkpoint at Umunze in Orumba South local government area of Anambra State.

It was gathered that the gunmen drove to the Nsogwu area of the town and shot the policemen on duty.

As the policemen tried to escape into nearby compound, the gunmen shot them, took their guns and uniforms and escaped in a waiting car.

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EFCC Arrests 40 Suspected Internet Fraudsters In Ogun

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested 40 suspected internet fraudsters in Ogun State.

The anti graft agency in a statement issued Thursday said operatives of the Ibadan Zonal Command made the arrest on Wednesday in Abeokuta following intelligence on their alleged cyber fraudulent activities.

Items recovered from the suspects included seven exotic cars, several mobile phones, laptops, playing station video games, apple wrist watches and charms.

Why I Didn't Welcome Tinubu To Rivers- APC Candidate, Cole

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The Rivers State governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Tonye Cole, has explained the reasons he failed to visit the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, during his visit to the state to inaugurate projects.

Cole cited negligence and Governor Nyesom Wike’s nonchalance among others as reasons why he was absent from the inauguration.

The PUNCH reported that Tinubu, on Wednesday visited the state on the invitation of Wike to inaugurate the Rumuokwuta/Rumuola flyover in Port Harcourt, where he described Wike as a man of integrity who abandoned his interest for the nation’s interest.

Atiku Warns FG

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The presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in the past general election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has expressed happiness over the return of the first batch of the stranded Nigerians in Sudan.

Reacting to their arrival, the former vice president Atiku warned that no Nigerian should be left behind or discriminated against based on ethnicity or religion.

Recall that the first batch of 376 Nigerians airlifted by NAF C-130 hercules aircraft from Aswan, Egypt have arrived the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja today.

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