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Today's Headlines: Anambra Police Rescue 4 Pregnant Girls In Baby Factory, Prominent Lawyer Dies

Anambra police have discovered a baby factory in Nnewi that is also a bar and brothel.

During the raid on the Cool Joint Bar building, they also discovered four pregnant girls who were about to give birth.

Gladys Nworie Ikegwuonu, the purported owner, is currently on the run.

Haruna Mohammed, a police spokesman, said on Tuesday that the bar operation was merely a front for the baby factory that was operating inside.

So far in 2021, over 4,000 illegal migrants have been rescued off the coast of Libya, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM).

According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), a total of 4,129 illegal migrants have been rescued and returned to Libya so far in 2021.

According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), 293 women and 215 children have been rescued, while 73 migrants have died and 159 have gone missing along the Central Mediterranean route this year.

Azman Air's operations have been halted due to a safety inspection.

Beyond the call for weapons, overcoming insurgency and banditry

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) estimates that 11,891 illegal migrants will be rescued and returned to Libya in 2020.

John Odubela, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), has passed away.

Following an illness, Odubela, a partner and Head of Chambers at Rickey Tarfa & Co, died in the late hours of Monday.

He had been 55 years old for some time.

Between 2011 and 2015, Odubela served as the Ogun Commissioner for Education, Science, and Technology in Senator Ibikunle Amosun's administration.

Mr Olusegun O. Jolaawo SAN, Partner and Deputy Head of Chambers at Rickey Tarfa & Co, released a statement this morning confirming the death.

Confusion abounds as a Kano student who was kidnapped 48 hours before her wedding remains unaccounted for.

Amina Gwani Danzarga, a bride-to-be in Kano, has been missing for five days after she was reportedly kidnapped.

Amina, a resident of Kano Municipal's Koki quarters, was reportedly kidnapped on Friday, two days before her wedding.

When she left her family house in Koki for school on Friday evening, the student of the Federal College of Education, Kano, was last seen by her family members.

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has sealed Sam Egwu's hotel due to allegations of illegal drugs.

Grace Court Hotel and Suite, owned by former Governor of the State and Senator representing Ebonyi North Senatorial Zone, Dr. Sam Egwu, has been sealed by the Nigeria Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Ebonyi State Command.

The hotel on Nna Street in Abakaliki's metropolis was sealed in the early hours of Monday following allegations that it had become a haven for illicit drug peddlers and consumers.

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