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Today's Headlines: APGA Founder Backs APC Aspirant, Northern Govs Speaks To New IG.

APGA Founder Backs Anambra APC candidate for Governor.

We Remain Committed To Community Policing Northern Governor's tells New IG of Police.

Ogun cobbler Electrocuted while reconnecting neighbours electricity.

The Northern Governor's tells the New IGP of Police that all Governor's in the region are committed to rural policing.

After the Northern Government forum sent a congratulatory message to the acting Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, on his recent appointment.

They urged the new appointed IGP to pay keen attention to innovative ways crime could be tackled in the country.

Governor, Simon Lalong, who is the chairman of the NGF made a statement on Saturday. "Usman Baba’s appointment was well-deserved considering his track record of diligent service to the nation across various police formations in the country.” Believing that the new IGP will tackle more insecurity issues in the country.

APGA founder, Chekwas Okorie, backs APC Anambra gov aspirant

Chief Chekwas Okorie, the founder of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) on Saturday, said that he will back the Anambra State governorship ambition of the All Progressive Congress (APC) Chief Azuka Okwuosa in the November 6 poll.

Chief Okorie, who use to be the national chairman of the UPP, revealed saying

"I entered the APC long ago in spirit".

Back in 2018, the National Executive Council of the UPP held a meeting and supported President Muhammadu Buhari, for a second tenure.

The founder of APGA, Okorie said he knew Okwuosa through the late Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu in the early 1990s.

Ogun cobbler electrocuted while reconnecting neighbours’ electricity.

Hammed Omotosho, a secondary school drop out, who lives in Agbado, Ogun State.

The young man was electrocuted while trying to fix the electricity of a building which got disconnected.

Hammed is still 24-year-old, and was a member of the Man I'm War, his dreams was to serve in the Nigerian military some day.

Reports had it that the neighborhood electricity was initially disconnected by electricity distribution company. There was a power outage when the young man claimed the pole in order to fix the wires back, as he was still trying to fix the cables power was restored and Hammed got Electrocuted.

He got a direct shock from a naked wire and he fell to the ground at once. The incident was reported to the Agbado Police Division.


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