Banditry: Sokoto Bans Fuel Sale Above ₦5000 To Motorists, ₦500 For Motorcycles
Sokoto State Government has capped the maximum amount of petroleum product motorists and tricycles operators can buy per time at N5,000 and N500 respectively.
The state government reached this agreement with Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) during a stakeholders meeting in Sokoto as part of measures to curb banditry, the Peoples Gazette reports.
Uzodinma had ruled out the Igbo presidency project in 2023, claiming that such was not the interest of his party, the All Progressives Congress, APC; Daily Post says in its report.
The apex Igbo socio-cultural organization now sees his outburst as that of a traitor and cautioned that it would come with huge repercussions.
Politicians Playing Nigeria Like Ludo, They Are All The Same- Ooni
Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi said Nigerian politicians are the same irrespective of their parties, challenging them to start serving the people genuinely and stop taking the country for granted.
This is as he pledged to pray to his ancestors to touch political class’s heart and changed them towards loving the people.Photo credit: Twitter.
Ooni disclosed this at his Ile-Oodua palace, Ile-Ife, before heading into seven days seclusion to commune with the gods ahead of Olojo Festival
Bandits Kill Children, Women In Sokoto
Punch Newspapers report says: In retaliation to the death of some of their members who were gunned down by some vigilantes, some suspected armed bandits in a reprisal attack, reportedly stormed Saminaka, a village located along Bale-Tangaza road on Sunday evening killing six people.
According to a reliable source, those killed in the attacks included children who were slaughtered as well as housewives who were shot while trying to run away.
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