1.Lukman Abdulkarim Haruna Lukman Abdulkarim Haruna was born December 4th, 1990 in Lagos, Nigeria.He is a professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Palanga, Lithuania and the Nigerian national team.Lukman started playing football from the ghetto.
On the TVC Journalists' Hangout(Monday edition), Babajide Kolade-Otitoju aired his view on the All Progressives Congress (APC) Local Government primaries that held on Saturday, in Lagos State. Here's what BKO said: "This is a shame. People who knew they were not going to win the elections contrived violence so that elections did not hold in their polling areas and the leadership of the APC needs to look into this matter.
Everybody is aware of the current state of the nation. It has been aggravated after the event that happened at lekki toll gate which is killing of unarmed protesters by the military which they have vehemently come out to deny; that is another topic for another day. What we will be looking at in this article is the claim by Reno Omokri (a formal aide to the ex-president of Nigeria, Good luck Jonathan), that they have satellite footage of the whole event and pictures of the soldiers who participated in that killing
These 10 Persons Were Arrested For Attacking Lagos State Task Force Officers Over Seized Motorcycles
About Ten persons have been arrested after they reportedly attacked the men of the Lagos state environmental sanitation enforcement agency (Taskforce) on Tuesday. No fewer than 96 commercial motorcycles, popularly known as Okada, operating on highways and in other restricted routes in the metropolis, were impounded in the Tuesday operation. The sussects were picked up during a commotion that occurred in Ojodu and Obanikoro during the enforcement of the state's traffic laws. According to recent reports gathered,
Hakeem Odumosu, Commissioner of the Lagos State Police (CP), warned on Thursday that the command would neutralise any movement that could endanger the security architecture and the maintenance of law and order in the state of Lagos. In a statement signed by the Command's PR Officer, SP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, Odumosu condemned the continued attacks on police stations and the burning of the Ikotun police station and part of the Ojodu station. He paid tribute to the Deputy Inspector General (DIG) for Research and Planning,
Ever since the killings began at Toll gate angry youths a have took to the street to vandalize and destroy government properties, many police stations have been burn even private organizations owned by civilians. According to reports Babajide Sanwo-Olu visited the affected areas in Lagos state to check how bad they were, he went to various police stations like Ajeromi Divisional Police head quarters and some others, he also visited the Lagos State Public Works Office at Ojodu. We were pleased knowing that
BREAKING: Hoodlums set ablaze Ojodu police station, Lagos. Hoodlums have set ablaze the Ojodu Police Station at the Berger area of Lagos State on Thursday. It was gathered that no fewer than seven vehicles were also burnt. An eyewitness, Idowu Jamiu, told our correspondent that the hoodlums also looted shops around the police station. An affected trader, identified simply as Iya Agbo, said, “They also torched shops beside the station. They stole and destroyed our goods worth millions of naira.” Our correspondent
BREAKING: Hoodlums set ablaze Ojodu police station, Lagos Hoodlums have set ablaze the Ojodu Police Station at the Berger area of Lagos State on Thursday. The PUNCH gathered that no fewer than seven vehicles were also burnt . An eyewitness , Idowu Jamiu , told our correspondent that the hoodlums also looted shops around the police station. An affected trader, identified simply as Iya Agbo , said , “ They also torched shops beside the station. They stole and destroyed our goods worth millions of naira . ”
Lagos CP condemns burning of Ikotun,Ojodu police stations The Commissioner of Police (CP), Lagos State, Hakeem Odumosu, on Thursday warned that the command will neutralise any move that will jeopardise security architecture and the maintenance of law and order in Lagos state. Odumosu, in a statement signed by the command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Olumuyiwa Adejobi,condemned the continuous attacks on police stations, just as Ikotun Police Station and part of Ojodu station were burnt. He appreciated the
The Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has traced a wanted drug dealer, Stephen Afam Ikeanyionwu last two weeks Sunday, being 15 of August 2021, to a popular Pentecostal Church at Mike Ajari Street, Ojodu Berger, where the suspect was apprehended after he stepped out of the church premises after service.
Recently the violence that has found its way into the EndSARS protests has been wreaking a lot of havoc anywhere it happens. There have been cases of vandalization of properties in different places where hoodlums allegedly hijacked the peaceful protest in order to perpetrate their evil intentions. Some people also believed that those who are referred to as hoodlums are just ordinary youths who are fed up with what is going on in Nigeria and therefore found a way of expressing their grievances. Notwithstanding,
According to a report released today, August 23, 2021 by THE GUARDIAN, a major drug dealer wanted for attempting to export 69.65 kilogramme of cocaine, heroin and cannabis to the United Kingdom through the NAHCO export shed of the Muritala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos State, has been arrested in a church at Ojodu, Ikeja area of Lagos State.
A man who allegedly stole God's money, one Mela Samaila, has landed in a big trouble. He is presently in police detention. The suspect reportedly broke into a church auditorium located in Ojodu, near Lagos, and stole the church's offering box believed to contain large sums of money. The suspect was said to be a former security guard at the worship centre, Grace Nations Church a.k.a Liberation City, Ojodu. The man, Samaila, was arrested following a distress call received by the police at Ojodu Abiodun Divisional
Ojodu Police State at the Berger area of Lagos State have been set ablaze by hoodlums on Thursday. It is gathered that no fewer than six vehicles were burnt in the process. Report has it that the armed thugs also looted shops around the police station. The hoodlums, according to an eyewitness also destroyed goods worth millions of Naira in the area. It was gathered that the thugs had attempted to set the station on fire on Wednesday but failed. This is making it about 13 police station that have been burnt in
Lagos State Taskforce on Environmental and Sanitation (Enforcement) Unit said its personnel have arrested at lease 10 persons while successfully repelling attacks by hoodlums in the Ojota, Obanikoro and Ojodu areas of Lagos state on Tuesday while on their lawful duty of enforcing the law placing ban on operations of motorcycles on specific areas of the state. The suspects were arrested while pandemonium broke out in Ojodu and Obanikoro when hoodlums teamed up with motorcycle riders while the task force members
Legislative head of Lagos State, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Friday, visited Local Government Secretariats, Police Stations, and different offices consumed by gangsters in the state. As of the hour of documenting this report, the lead representative and his group had visited the Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government, Ajeromi Divisional Police Headquarters, Layeni, and Amukoko Police Stations. Different spots visited are Lagos State Public Works Office at Ojodu and Ojodu Bus Rapid Transit terminal. Talking during
At least three persons, including two policemen died in a deadly road accident in Kogi state. The dead individuals were a driver and two police inspectors. The incident took place on Ajaokuta-Ojodu-Ayingba road in Kogi state. The policemen and the driver were driving in an ambulance with a casket to pick up the dead body of a police officer from a mortuary in Ayingba. The ambulance collided with a Mercedes Benz truck coming from the opposite direction at Ojodu community. The two policemen were assigned to pick
During the #EndSARS protest, hoodlums used this medium to cause havoc on properties in Lagos. Here are the list of properties destroyed in Lagos, are we doing more harm than good? ➡Nigeria Port Authority: This incident happened on the 21st of October 2020 where hoodlums allegedly in the name of #EndSARS protesr stormed the facility with dangerous weapons, petrol, used vehicle tyres and set the building ablaze.➡Orile Police Station: On Tuesday at 10am, hoodlums set on fire the Police station at Igamu area.
Nigerians loath whenever there is a fire outbreak, this is because it will become your responsibility instead to find a way to fight the fire. The fire fighters in Nigeria had always had issues ranging from inadequate manpower to low capacity of the fire services, which is glaring by the poor attitude of Nigerians to rules and regulations. Fire officers had always point out that they are constrained in combating some incidents, because Nigerians do not accord fire trucks the right of way during emergencies.
The fights by Nigerian young people everywhere in the nation have been quiet until there were gossipy tidbits about criminals who commandeered the fights. The dissent began in an offer to E-N-D-S-A-R-S and police mercilessness yet after the Lekki cost door slaughter, the circumstance raised to hooligans plundering and torching speculations and undertaking in Lagos State. Lagos State DNA and a legal lab situated at CMS (arranged inverse bookshop house at Lagos Island). It was scorched and billions of naira