On July 21, 2012, 24 year of Cynthia Osokogo landed in Lagos on a flight from Abuja.The beautiful young lady according to report was enthusiastic for two reasons: First she was meeting a potential boyfriend whom she had been chatting with via blackberry messenger for four months.
So let's talk about the capital city of Imo state, Owerri. As a proud resident, one who also lived in Lagos for many years, I decided to describe some popular residential areas in Owerri according to what they represent in Lagos. I'm using Lagos as a reference because it's a central mega city. So have fun reading this. (Photo credit: To let.com.ng) Amakohia: Most well-to-do civil servants of the 90s were Amakohia residents. Their kids were known to be pampered and their families were like the proverbial Joneses.
Are you planning to visit Nigeria for business or leisure, want to have some cool time and pleasure then you are in the right place.The oil wealthy area gives a range of grand and exquisitely styled five celebrity lodging ideal for a pricey live.
All Car Owners Who Take Car to Car-Wash Should Learn A Lesson from This Man Who Stole A Toyota Venza
While it is necessary to make your car look gleam and glittery, there is a need to be selective with the choice of centre where to wash the car.Not all the car wash attendants are there for the main business of washing.
A young man who just returned from Dubai took to social media to reveal how some Nigerian police extorted the sum of N200 thousand from him, he made the revelation on his twitter handle @iamoddone, and according to him, he just arrived and took an Uber to Festac Town where he bumped into the police. They forcefully harassed him and took out his phones from his bag and also took him to the police station in Area E Festac Town. They asked him to pay the sum of N15 Million but later took him to a POS operator
A Nigerian who arrived from the United Arab Emirate has recounted how he was apprehended by the Nigeria police and then taken into their custody. According to the story he Sheared on his Twitter handle, he disclosed that he took Uber from the airport to Festac and bumped into Nigeria police who forcefully harassed him and took out his phone from his bag and took him to the police station. They demand for 15 million but after much negotiations he was taken to a POS shop opposite the station where they took the
Sequel to the EndSARS protest that happened last year October that saw angry Nigerian youths speaking up against police brutality and bad governance, another case of extortion and brutality has occurred this evening.This particular encounter was recounted by Rinu Oduala, the young activist during the protest.
The police in Festac Division have arrested one 43-year-old Jonas Nnubia, for defiling his wife's neice (name withheld) at 1st Avenue, L Close, Festac, Lagos State.
A young man reported his ordeal in the hands of some police men after he returned from Dubai, he said as reported by netnaija, he said that some policemen men had stopped him and collected his phones from his bag, he said that the policemen harassed him and thereafter they took him to a police station in festac area, but what surprised him was they asked him to give them the whooping sum of 15 million. He said after much talk with the policemen, they took him to a point of sale (POS) stand which was closeby
We all know how the country is presently not at her best, with the level of insecurity and destruction of people lives and properties.Many people are not happy with the current situation the country is facing but the Nigerian government are trying their best to put everything in order.
The common slogan, “Police is your friend” is only said by our policemen but not practised, and it seems the police are just saying it to fool the Nigerians of what they are not worthy or proved to be. Harassing innocent people and extorting money from them is the opposite of what police are for, but it is unfair that instead of protecting lives they are causing problems A young Nigerian man has narrated how he was harassed by a group of policemen in Festas Town. @iamoddone disclosed that this occurred in
The act of Police brutality is one thing that Nigerians have been complaining about, protesting about, and fighting all over for it to be stopped and become a thing of the past. But Nigerians are still experiencing Police brutality and it's a sad one. A popular EndSARS activist named Rinu has come out to reveal what happened to a Nigerian at Festac, Lagos. She made this revelation on her official Twitter page. She explained the fact that a young man who hails from Nigeria was since in UAE and he happened to
A carwash operator who was clever by half would have made a fortune out of a Toyota Venza car brought for washing by an unsuspecting customer on Tuesday April 6, 2020, if not for intervention of policemen on checkpoint, several miles away and in a different state. The culprit, Kazeem Olanrewaju,
"God Is Not Happy With Buhari Government" Pastor Declares While Carrying Coffin On His Head In Lagos
Things happen!That can only be the right exclamation to the recent event that took place in the FESTAC area of Lagos State.SaharaReporters have posted a news where a pastor is seen carrying coffin all over the streets of FESTAC and preaching about the failure of this present administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari.
After A Car Wash Attendant Ran Away With Customer's Car, Check Out The Trouble He Caused For Himself
A car wash attendant ran away with the car he was given to wash by his customer.
Indeed, people can do anything in the name of prophesy and religion.A certain Lagos based pastor, Samson Benjamin widely known as Jehovah Sharp Sharp has decided to take his own prophesy to another level.It was today reported that the pastor was seen yesterday carrying a coffin on his head as he March through the streets of FESTAC.
A car washer in Festac town Lagos State by name Kazeem Olaruwaju has been arrested by the police for stealing a customer's car.The customer car was identified to be a Toyota Venza with registration number APP 775 GB.
Police harassed me yesterday, they took me to a POS stand withdrew N200k for no reason- Man narrates
Living in Nigeria as a youth, it's almost impossible to escape police harassment. We all have one or two unending stories of constant police extortion. This Nigerian man has narrated his own little experience with the police. He was harassed by a group of police men, who unlawfully took his phones, searched his bags and taken to a police station around area F, festac town. He was then asked to pay N15m, but was later taken to a POS stand just opposite the station and they withdrew N200k fro no reason. He then
A lagos based car wash worker was arrested with a Toyota venza giving to him to wash around festac in lagos.He was arrested while trying to abscond with the car at the Benin Border by Operative of the Ogun state police command.
After fleeing with a Toyota Venza car that was given to him to wash, Kazeem Olanrewaju was apprehended by the Ogun State Police Command.The car was spotted when CSP Shedrach Oriloye and his men were on patrol, according to Abimbola Oyeyeni, the command spokesman.