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Today's Headlines: 2 Suspected Kidnappers Arrested In Ogun State; Doctors Suspend 63 Days Old Strike

Police arrest two kidnappers while collecting ransom in Ogun

Men of the Ogun State Police Command have arrested two suspected kidnappers while trying to collect ransom money on a seven-year-old boy.

Photos Credit: Punch Newspaper

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, disclosed this on Monday.

Oyeyemi said the suspects, Muhammed Abubakar, 42, and Clinton Niche, 18, were apprehended on Sunday following a report lodged at Agbara Area command.

The PPRO said the report was lodged by one Stephen Ajibili who reported that his seven-year-old son, Daniel Ajibili, was abducted by unknown persons while he was sent on an errand by his mother at about 11:20 am.

BREAKING: Resident doctors suspend 63 days old strike

After long hours of deliberation with its National Executive Council, NEC, members, National Association of Resident Doctors, NARD, on Monday suspended its 63 days old industrial action.

Photos Credit: Vanguard

Disclosing this in a chat with Vanguard the National President of NARD, Dr Godiya Ishaya said the suspension will take effect on Wednesday, the 6th of October, 2021.

Zulum Orders 100 Cars, 500 Tricycles For Drivers, Keke NAPEP Operators

Borno State governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum at the weekend, in Maiduguri, hosted operators of ‘Keke NAPEP’ during which he directed the procurement of 500 tricycles and 100 Toyota cars (Corolla LE) for subsidized allocations to would be beneficiaries.

Photos Credit: Leadership News

At Government House meeting, held at his instance, Governor Zulum explained that about 2000 Keke NAPEP operators, who currently do not have their own tricycles, will benefit from the intervention in which case, four operators will be allocated one tricycle for shared business, which means 2000 operators will own the 500 tricycles. He said another 200 persons would jointly own 100 Toyota cars.

Buhari mourns foremost lawyer, Ladi Williams

President Muhammadu Buhari has commiserated with the family of late Rotimi Williams over the death of their eldest son, Ladi Williams who died on Sunday.

Photos Credit: Daily Post

President Buhari’s condolence message is contained in a statement issued on Sunday by his spokesman, Mr Femi Adesina.

According to the statement, the President said late Williams left many in shock, particularly his close friends and professional colleagues.

Buhari joined the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) and Body of Benchers in mourning the legal luminary, ”whose passion for jurisprudence and national development will be sorely missed”.

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Clinton Niche DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi Muhammed Abubakar Ogun Ogun State Police Command


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