It is the last Monday in the month of July and we thank God for keeping us this far. Since the beginning of the month, He has been merciful and we appreciate his name for being good to us. It is important we commit our week into the hands of the Lord before we go out today because he is ready to answer us.
Naija_Pr has shared a post about a man who allegedly got scammed after dropping his phone number on social media to get one gig of data for free. Credit: Google Illustration only Nigerians need to be careful about internet freebies these days as scammers have devised another wiser means of emptying their victims' accounts.
"N50 Million And Motorcycles Were Paid Before The 28 Kidnapped Students Were Released"-Luka Biniyat.
It is no more news that 28 out of 121 abducted students of the Bethel Baptist school that were kidnapped earlier this month in Kaduna have been released today after spending 2 weeks in the den of the bandits. It was reported, according to the Daily Post, that a few minutes after the news of the released student went viral, the family of friends of the student rushed to meet their children.
A man identified as Chinoso was allegedly electrocuted to death while working as a staff in a hotel in Naza. The incident happened in Owerri and the family has cried out for justice. While the sister of the deceased spoke, she said there's something about her brother's death.
Many parents broke down in tears after bandits released more students of the Bethel Baptist High School. The affected parents expressed their grief during a visit by Channels TV. You may recall that more than 100 students were reportedly kidnapped from Bethel Baptist School after gunmen invaded the school and killed some security operatives.
According to the People's Gazette, 5 suspects have been arrested in Kaduna after they were alleged to have unlawful firearms in their possession. According to ASP Mohammed Jalige, he said the arrest were made after they received a report, which was sent to the DPO in Kubacha.
They would release the next batch of abducted students soon -Proprietor says, as he comforts parents
It's no longer news of the abducted students of Baptist high school in Kaduna state. They were abducted on July 5th of this month and it was in the early hour that it happened. About one hundred and eighteen students were abducted and just twenty-eight of them were released today.
Footballers are often perceived as very wealthy people, so it may not be surprising that their loved ones are sometimes victims of kidnap attacks, with the expectation of a huge ransom. 1. Mikel Obi Back in August 2011, Michael Obi, the father of former Super Eagles and Chelsea midfielder Mikel Obi, was kidnapped by some unidentified men.
It is a painful thing to lose a loved one to the cold hands of death but when the deed is done, all that's left to do is to bury him or her and pray for their soul to rest in peace. According to a new post on the official Instagram account of GoldmyneTV, the burial date of Late Super TV CEO, Usifo Ataga, has been decided upon and released by his family.
The President of the Nigerian Baptist Church Convention, Reverend Israel Akanji, has shared details of how Bandits released 28 students of the Bethel Baptist School in Kaduna state. Reverend Akanji made his revelations during an interview with Channels TV. More students of the Bethel Baptist School have been released in Kaduna state.
There was panic in the Fobur community in the Jos East local government area, Plateau state on Friday, following the assassination of a retired naval officer and his aide by suspected kidnappers. According to Saturday PUNCH, the retired officer had traveled home for the Sallah break.
It was reported earlier today that some kidnapped students of Baptist school, who were kidnapped in Kaduna few weeks ago today regained their freedom. After these students were released by the kidnappers, it caused several Nigerians to react differently. Based on that note a well known member of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, Joe Igbokwe has decided to react.
The trial of the alleged killer of the job seeker, Iniubong Ephraim Umoren, will begin at Akwa Ibom High Court 6 in Uyo, the state capital on Monday, July 26. Uduak Frank Akpan was alleged to have gruesomely murdered Iniubong, a fresh graduate of the Department of Philosophy, University of Uyo, from Oruk Anam Local Government Area of the state in Nung Ikot Ufok, Uruan Local Government Area.
The police operatives attached to Ijanikin Division of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested two suspected cultists at Oto Awori, Ijanikin Area of Lagos State. The Police operatives raced to the scene and arrested the two suspects while responding to a distress call from good samaritans that two groups of cultists were on rampage and attacking one another with dangerous weapons along Oto Awori Ijanikin Expressway by Ile Oba Bus Stop.
It's indeed traumatic as a parent having to witness the abduction of one's own child. This is quite the case of one of the parent who reunited with their child who was kidnapped alongside other students in Bethel Baptist secondary school early this month. It was an emotional moment for some parents after they held in their arms their children who were released by their abductors.
According to the video, obtained by our Correspondent from the verified Twitter handle of former Senator of Kaduna Central, Senator Shehu Sani, the released students of the Bethel Baptist High School were seen reuniting with their troubled parents after 20 days in Bandits captivity. Recall that some days back, the report had it that the bandits attacked a Baptist boarding school and abducted scores of students in Kaduna.
It was all moments of tears of joy, as the released kidnapped students of Bethel Baptist High School, got reunited with their family members. The students were released on Sunday, July 25, after spending twenty days in the den of their abductors. The 28 students of Bethel Baptist High School, Damishi in Kaduna state, who were released by bandits have reunited with their family members.
Northerners Are Clinically Destroying The North With Their Own Hands And They'll Pay For It- Igbokwe
A Chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Engineer Joe Igbokwe has reacted to the news that Bandits in Kaduna state have released students of Bethel Baptist High school they kidnapped. He also warns Northerners about the harm they are bringing to the region. Recall that on July 5, Bandits abducted over 100 students of the Bethel Baptist High School in Kaduna state.
Today's headlines: Cultists on rampage in Lagos communities, Bandits release 28 Bethel Baptist students
Bandits who abducted students of Bethel Baptist High School in Kaduna state, have on Sunday, released 28 of the students who were in detention for roughly 20 days. Rev. John Joseph Hayab, Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigerian in Kaduna state, announced the development to journalists on Sunday, July 25, 2021.
Bethel School Abduction: Check Out What A Parent Did To His Daughter After She Was Freed By Bandits[Video]
A video making rounds on social media shows the moment this elderly man carried his daughter on his back after she was freed by bandits. In the video shared by TVC News Nigeria, the man said that nobody shared his feeling, felt the loss of his child and hasn’t seen any government official consoling him.