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HEALTH

This Face Shield Is No Longer Permitted In Public Places

It is no longer news that President Muhammadu Buhari has signed the Coronavirus Disease(Covid-19) health Protection Regulations 2021. The 6 Parts document which was signed by the President on 26th January 2021, makes it mandatory for anyone going to any public place to wear a face-covering that covers the nose and mouth. But the big problem is not all face-covering is permitted by these new regulations and many people don't know about this, putting them at the risk of six months imprisonment. That is the major

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This Face Shield Is No Longer Permitted In Public Places

SOCIETY

Check Out How Many Years Nollywood Actor “Baba Ijesha” is Likely to Spend in Prison If Convicted.

Following the recent arrest of the 48 years old Nollywood actor, Olarenwaju James popularly known as Baba Ijesha for child defilement.The case which was reported on the 19th April 2021 at Sabo Police Station by Princess Adekola Adesanya.Based on investigation, the suspect in the person of baba Ijesha has been sexually harassing the young girl since she was 7 years old, she is currently 14 years old.

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Check Out How Many Years Nollywood Actor “Baba Ijesha” is Likely to Spend in Prison If Convicted.

RELIGION

The Implication of the New Law on Religious Bodies.

CAMA which is an acronym for companies and Allied Matters Act. This piece of legislation seeks to regulate the corporate world. This legislation deem regulates every business related association both profit and non-profit making. When the word COMPANY is mentioned, the idea of profit sinks into our sub-conscience. Apparently, not every company is profit oriented viz Company limited by guarantee, which is a company for certain purpose void profit making. CAMA is divided into Part (B) Companies, (C) Limited liability

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The Implication of the New Law on Religious Bodies.

POLITICS

Self Defense: How To Buy and Get Your Gun (Fire Arms) Licensed In Nigeria

Self Defense is the defence of one's interests, especially with the use of physical force that is permitted by law. Self Defense covers the use of minimal force, but what then amounts to minimal force depends on the laws of different Jurisdictions . In several climes, Guns have been used as weapons of self defence and Nigeria is not exempted. Here i will show you procedures on how to acquire and get your Gun Licensed for personal protection. Section 3 and 4 Of The Nigerian Fire Arms Act, Cap F28, Laws of the

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Self Defense: How To Buy and Get Your Gun (Fire Arms) Licensed In Nigeria

TRAVEL

Historical Fact You Need To Know About The Early People Of Bini(Now Benin) And Their Leaders.

Benin has long been a city of great importance. Today, it is the capital of the Bendel state of the Federation of Nigeria. The people of Benin are called Bini. They grew strong quite early the history of West Africa. Bini traditions claim that they were the first people to make their homes in Southern Nigeria. Their founder was the youngest son of Osanobua or God. Helped by mythical bird, the leader was able to dry up the flood which covered the whole country. The land became fertile and Osanobua helped the

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Historical Fact You Need To Know About The Early People Of Bini(Now Benin) And Their Leaders.

POLITICS

Shehu Sani Reacted After The House Of Reps Threatened 5years Jail Term For Unlawful Protesters.

Shehu Sani who is a Nigerian senator, an author, playwright, and a human rights activist has taken to his Official Twitter handle to react after the House of Representatives presented for consideration a bill seeking to jail unlawful protesters in the country. According to Information revealed by a reliable social media platform called Vanguard, the House of Representatives, on Tuesday, presented for consideration a bill seeking to jail unlawful protesters in the country.

  10 months ago ago
Shehu Sani Reacted After The House Of Reps Threatened 5years Jail Term For Unlawful Protesters.

JUSTICE

Court Sentences 22 Year Old Kehinde Olajide To Death For Stealing in Ekiti

On Thursday, a High Court in Ado Ekiti sentenced Kehinde Olajide, 22, to death by hanging for armed robbery. Kehinde was convicted for participating in armed robberies in violation of sections 6(b), 3(1), and 1(b)(a) of the Robbery and Firearms (Special Provision) Act, Cap.

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Court Sentences 22 Year Old Kehinde Olajide To Death For Stealing in Ekiti

POLITICS

National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Needs To Be More Empowered

A bill sponsored by Sen. Dimka Hezekiah from pletau state over amendment of NDLEA law has passed second reading which is a good signal. The bill which was first read on Dec 19, 2019 is meant to check the light purnishment given to offenders or drug convict which is suppose to be minimum of 15 years imprisonment or life imprisonment for convict. He said that instead of this penalty, some judges have other way of serving less purnishment to offenders.  The bill read  “a Bill for an Act to amend the National

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National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Needs To Be More Empowered

POLITICS

"Nigeria At 60"- See Pictures From The 1st Independence Day Celebration In Nigeria From 1960

Where would we be without our history, it is what made us who we are today, if you forget where you came from, or how you started then you are doomed. Today October 1st marks the great day Nigeria gained it's Independence, since the year 1960. It was on this great day in October 1st 1960, that the Federation of Nigeria got its Independence, which was under a Constitution which made possible for a Parliamentary Government, self Government, for the 3 regions of Nigeria. Today October 1st is the day which marks

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POLITICS

Bill to amend law on protests passes first reading

From the sponsored representative, The Bill, which was presented before the House on Thursday, has been approved by the House for a second reading. A bill that is currently in a proposal for a five-year jail term for unlawful protesters in the country has scaled through first reading at the House of Representatives.

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Bill to amend law on protests passes first reading

SOCIETY

He's the Breadwinner of His Family But Now Sentenced to 2-Years' Imprisonment, Checkout What He Did

He's the Breadwinner Of His Family But Now Sentenced to 2-Years' Imprisonment, Checkout What He Did Wrong. It's a sad scenario as this man who is identified as Sa'adu Isa also know to be a father of two and the breadwinner of his family is sentenced to two years' imprisonment. A Federal High Court in Port Harcourt, the capital of Rivers State, on Tuesday sentenced Sa'adu Isa to two years' imprisonment for selling Petroleum product without a license. Isa was found guilty and charged for bordering on conspiracy

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He's the Breadwinner of His Family But Now Sentenced to 2-Years' Imprisonment, Checkout What He Did

POLITICS

OPINION: The Bill To Jail Unlawful Protesters For 5 Years Doesn't Mean All Protesters, It Means This

It was reported that Nigerian lawmakers set to put forth a proposal to jail unlawful protesters for five years. The bill proposing a five-year prison term for ‘unlawful’ protesters in the country has gone through first reading at the House of Representatives. The Bill was titled: ‘An Act To Amend The Criminal Code ACT, CAP 38, Laws Of The Federation Of Nigeria, 2004 To Ensure The Sanctity Of Human Life And Property, And To Bring Specifically For Mob Action, Dispense Punishment And Other Matters’, is sponsored by Rep. Emeka Chinedu Martins (PDP-Imo State).

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OPINION: The Bill To Jail Unlawful Protesters For 5 Years Doesn't Mean All Protesters, It Means This

POLITICS

History of Federal Republic of Nigeria

On 1 October 1954, the colony became the autonomous Federation of Nigeria. By the middle of the 20th century. The great wave for independence was sweeping across Africa. On 27 October 1958 Britain agreed that Nigeria would become an independent state on 1 October 1960. Nigeria, officially named the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a diverse West African country. Nicknamed the "Giant of Africa," Nigeria is home to hundreds of different ethnicities, languages and butterfly species. The former name for Nigeria was

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History of Federal Republic of Nigeria

POLITICS

Reactions As Nigerian Lawmakers Propose To Jail Protesters For Five Years

The bill which was brought before the house of representatives by the Nigerian lawmakers on Thursday to jail protesters for five years has passed the second reading. The bill which was entitled “An Act To Amend The Criminal Code Act, CAP38, Laws Of The Federation Of Nigeria, 2004, to help preserve the sanctity of human life and property.The bill provides that when group of persons with an intention to carry out a purpose, assembles and conducts themselves in such a manner that will cause persons in the neighborhood to fear, or that will disturb the peace of the neighborhood, they are in a lawful assembly.

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Reactions As Nigerian Lawmakers Propose To Jail Protesters For Five Years

POLITICS

LOOTING: 24-hour Kwara State Curfew continues on Sunday

The 24-hour curfew declared by Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq remains in force until further notice. During the week Covid 19 palliatives are being discovered and looted in different states of the country. In the early hours of Friday covid 19 palliatives where also discovered in Various location in Kwara state. The looting of these palliatives also extended to privately owned businesses in the state. In the late hours of Friday, the Governor of Kwara state imposed a 24 hour curfew in the state

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LOOTING: 24-hour Kwara State Curfew continues on Sunday

POLITICS

President Muhammadu Buhari Has Ordered Compulsory Use Of Face Masks In Public (See Penalty)

President, Muhammadu Buhari has signed the Coronavirus Disease Health Protection 2021 law that ordered the compulsory use of face masks in public place.President Buhari wearing a face mask According to the Head of PTF on COVID-19, Boss Mustapha, the Nigerian president signed the document following the Section 4 of the Quarantine Act, Cap. Q2 Laws of the 2010 Federation of Nigeria. Part of the new corona virus law focused on public gathering and the use of face mask in public places along with social distancing.

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President Muhammadu Buhari Has Ordered Compulsory Use Of Face Masks In Public (See Penalty)

JUSTICE

AGF Abubakar Malami Under Attack for Comments on "Spare Parts Sellers" (See Reactions)

The Attorney General of the Federation of Nigeria, Mallam Abubakar Malami has come under an unusual attack in the social media space following his rhetorics on a Channels Television programme, Wednesday evening with presenter/ journalist Seun Aki. The discussion that centred on the call by Southern Governors to ban open grazing in the south saw a twist when Abubakar Malami insisted that it is not constitutional for the Southern Governors to insist on a ban on open grazing.

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AGF Abubakar Malami Under Attack for Comments on

ENTERTAINMENT

See Some Creative Pictures Of Models Celebrating The Independence Day

See Some Creative Pictures Of Models Celebrate The Independence Day. I Was Going True My Facebook Page And I Saw So Beautiful Works from Some Nigerians Creatively About The Independence Day. Independence Day (1 October 1960) is an official national holiday in Nigeria, celebrated on the first of October. It marks Nigeria's proclamation of independence from British rule on 1 October 1960. So for this reason, Nigeria celebrates its independence on 1 October every year. Today Mark Nigeria 60 Year's Today Mark Nigeria

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See Some Creative Pictures Of Models Celebrating The Independence Day

POLITICS

Violators of COVID-19 Guidelines To Be Jailed As President Buhari Signs New Law

President Muhammadu Buhari, on Wednesday signed a law to check the spread of Covid-19 pandemic and slammed a half year jailed term on violators of Covid-19 conventions.  The director of the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 and the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr Boss Mustapha, revealed this while giving more than five ambulances gave by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to the Federal Ministry of Health on Wednesday in Abuja.  Mustapha said that the bill, named "Coronavirus

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Violators of COVID-19 Guidelines To Be Jailed As President Buhari Signs New Law

POLITICS

Ilorin Trending As Residents Loot Food Stuffs, Gov Abdulrazaq Declares 24-hour Curfew

Follow the information gathered from our reliable source, Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq the executive Governor of Kwara State, on Friday night the 23rd of October 2020 has swiftly declared a 24h-hour curfew in Ilorin metropolis of the State. It was gathered that this is in line with Sections 1, 2, and 4, of the Public Order and also in Act Chapter 382 Laws of Federation of Nigeria 2004. This was declared openly by the governor of the State. “People are honestly instructed to stay indoors in obedience with this curfew,

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Ilorin Trending As Residents Loot Food Stuffs, Gov Abdulrazaq Declares 24-hour Curfew