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Today's Headlines: Sanwo-Olu signs anti-open grazing law; 3 Kidnappers Arrested In Ekiti

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Sanwo-Olu signs Lagos anti-open grazing law

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has signed the Lagos anti-open grazing legislation to curb the deadly herdsmen crisis ravaging the country in his state.

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Mr Sanwo-Olu signed the law on Monday at his office. The law was unanimously passed by the House of Assembly on September 9 with widespread approval of Lagosians.

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Lagos has now become the latest southern state to adopt a law against open grazing of cattle by nomadic herdsmen of mostly Fulani origin.

Police arrest 3 over kidnap of couple planning their wedding in Ekiti

No fewer than three persons have been arrested in Ekiti State, in connection with the abduction of a couple in the state.

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The victims were said to have been kidnapped along Ilasa- Ayebode road, in Ekiti East Local government area of the state on Sunday afternoon.

The couple, according to sources were returning from Ado Ekiti where they had gone to purchase some commodities in preparation for their wedding when they were accosted by gunmen.

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They were said to have been ferried to an unknown destination before they contacted the family and demanded N5 million ransom.

Imo NBA embarks on 2-day court boycott over murder of colleague

The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) in Imo will boycott court sittings in the state on Tuesday and Wednesday to protest the murder of their colleague, Mr Darlington Udumeh.

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NBA branch Chairman, Mr Jude Ogamba, announced the planned boycott in a notice.

The boycott will be in compliance with the acting Chief Judge of Imo, Justice Ijeoma Oguguo’s two-day sit at home directive.

APC Chieftain calls for restructuring of Nigeria’s security architecture

An All Progressives Congress Chieftain, Mr Kayode Ojo has advocated the restructuring of the current security architecture of the country.

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Ojo stated this while fielding questions from Journalists at Iyin-Ekiti in Irepodun/Ifelodun Local Government Area of Ekiti State.

He observed that the country was already comatose and required urgent attention to grow the confidence of Nigerians in the government.

Ojo while lamenting the insecurity in the country, said no one can travel kilometres without the feeling of apprehension and fear of possible kidnap, the is he said, confirms how bad the security set up in Nigeria is.

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