Today's headlines: Bandits Kill 23, Beggars Storm Governor's House, Ref Withdraws From PL Games
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Bandits Kill 23 In Kaduna, Beggars Storm Governor's House, Ref Withdraws From PL Games.
We bring you some of the stories making the headlines today.
Bandits Kill 23 In Kaduna
The Kaduna state Commissioner of internal security and Home affairs has confirmed that bandits have killed 23 in five LGAs in the state within the last 24 hours. He said Birnin Gwari, Chikun, Kauru, Igabi and Giwa are the affected Local Governments.
Beggars Storm Governor's House
Hundreds of beggars have stormed Jigawa Governor's residence seeking for financial assistance. Reports claim the beggars were there to receive the usual items the Governor always give whenever he visits his home town. Gov Mohammed Abubakar visited his hometown Baduru to carry out his party's (APC) revalidation exercise.
Referee Withdraws From Weekend's PL Games
English referee, Mike Dean has reportedly withdrawn from weekend's Premier League games due to death threats he received after the recent game he officiated. Mike Dean was dragged by football fans following the controversial last minute red card handed to West Ham's midfielder, Thomas Soucek. The red card shown to Soucek was the third time Mike Dean sent a player off in his last two PL games as an official.
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