Police arrest two for attack on US convoy in Anambra
Two suspects have been arrested in connection with the attack on officials from the Consulate of the United States of America and their police escorts in Anambra State, according to the Anambra State Police Command. During a press conference, Commissioner of Police Echeng Echeng confirmed the arrest, stating that the suspects were apprehended during a joint operation involving police tactical teams, the Nigerian Army, and the Nigerian Navy.
Orsu Monarchs, Leaders Give Notice to Quit to Hoodlums
According to Vangaurd News report, in a bold and determined move to reclaim their communities from the grips of lawlessness, monarchs and leaders in Orsu, Imo State, have issued a stern notice to the bandits and hoodlums who have been terrorizing the area. The announcement comes amidst increasing concerns over the rising wave of criminal activities in the region, prompting a united front against the perpetrators.
Police Capture Three Kidnappers in the Act, Foiling Ransom Collection in Lagos
According to Vangaurd News report, in a dramatic turn of events, law enforcement agencies successfully apprehended three kidnappers as they were collecting a hefty ransom of N10 million from the family of their captive. The swift and decisive operation took place in Lagos, bringing relief to the victim's family and shedding light on the relentless efforts of security forces to combat kidnapping and ensure the safety of citizens.
My Son's Life Was Wasted Because Of N500, I Want Justice"- Woman Cries Out
An employee of the local security agency Amotekun Brigade in Ondo city, Ondo province, has been accused of torturing and killing a 14-year-old boy for a missing N500. The deceased was reportedly identified as Ayomide Adegal, who was living with his stepmother and selling rice for her.
All NYSC Corps Members Who Were Kidnapped On Their Way To Port Harcourt Have Been Released By Gunmen
Seven members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) who were kidnapped on their way to Port Harcourt, Rivers State from the NYSC orientation camp in Ondo State have been released after spending one week in captivity. A family member of one of the kidnapped corps members had reported to a popular radio station in Port Harcourt that 12 NYSC members were abducted by armed men last Tuesday along the Rumuji axis of the East-West Road, Emuoha Local Government Area of Rivers state.
Unknown Heavily Armed Gunmen Reportedly Kill Two Police Officers on Duty in Imo State
Two police officers were killed by gunmen on Saturday at Okpala Junction in Ulakwo, a community in Ngor Okpala Local Government Area of Imo State, south-east Nigeria. The gunmen, who were heavily armed, opened fire on the officers while they were on duty at the checkpoint.
Elderly Grandmother Brutally Raped and Murdered by Palm Wine Tapper, In Ondo State.
In Ore, Odigbo council area of Ondo, a suspected group of hoodlums brutally raped and murdered an 80-year-old woman on her farm in the Costain area, leaving the community in a state of shock. The victim had been missing for several days before her lifeless body was discovered, naked and sexually assaulted.
Ondo Amotekun officials have been arrested for 'torturing' a teenager to death over missing N500
Some Ondo State Amotekun Corps officials have been arrested for allegedly torturing a 14-year-old boy to death over a missing N500. The victim, Ayomide Adeghalu, was allegedly tortured by the Ondo Town-based officials after being delivered over by his stepmother. The incident reportedly took place in the Ogbonkowo neighborhood of Odojomu, Ondo State.
U.S. a total hypocrite when it comes to safeguarding cybersecurity
By Zhong Sheng, People's Daily Some secret military documents of the United States leaked on social networking sites recently showed how the United States has been eavesdropping on the secretary-general of the United Nations as well as the Republic of Korea, Israel, Ukraine and other countries.
US Embassy Staff Shot Dead By Unknown Gunmen In Anambra State
Some staff of the United States Mission in Nigeria have been shot dead by unknown gunmen in Anambra State. According to the Daily Trust, a bus conveying the staff was attacked by gunmen in Ogbaru Local Government Area of Anambra State. It was gathered that the staff were on a humanitarian mission when the horrible incident occurred.
14-Year-Old Boy Tortured to Death over Missing N500 by Amotekun
In a deeply distressing incident that occurred in Ondo town, Ondo State, a 14-year-old boy named Ayomide Adeghalu was tragically tortured to death by personnel from the state security outfit known as Amotekun. The horrific ordeal stemmed from allegations that the boy misplaced N500. According to reports gathered by Vanguard, the incident unfolded in the Ogbonkowo area of Odojomu in Ondo town.
Amotekun tortures 14-yr-old boy to death over stepmother’s missing N500
File image. By Dayo Johnson, Akure Tragedy struck in Ondo town, Ondo State, when a 14-year-old boy, identified as Ayomide Adeghalu, was tortured to death by the personnel of the state security outfit — Amotekun — over missing N500. Vanguard gathered that the incident occurred at Ogbonkowo area of Odojomu in Ondo town.
Today's Headlines: I Want To Be Senate President- Yari, Orji Kalu Can’t Be Senate President- Adamu Garba
I Want To Be Senate President – Yari Photo credit: daily post A former governor of Zamfara State, Abdulaziz Yari has insisted he’s still in the race for Senate President. Yari, who is now a Senator-elect, stated this on Monday while addressing reporters on the sidelines of the induction ceremony of new and returning members of the National Assembly.
Killings: Call Ondo Amotekun to order, PDP tells Akeredolu
Disturbed by the excesses of the Ondo state security outfit, codenamed, Amotekun, the People’s Democratic Party, has asked Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, to call the security agency to order. According to Vanguard, The deaths of a final year Economics student of the Federal University of Technology Akure, Tope Elijah, and a 14- year old boy, Ayomide Adeghalu, were traceable to the excesses of the state security outfit.
14-year-old boy tortured t death by Amotekun over missing N500 in Ondo
According to vanguard (15 May, 2023). A 14-year-old boy named Ayomide Adeghalu was tragically tortured to death in Ondo town, Ondo State by Amotekun personnel over missing N500. The incident occurred at Ogbonkowo area of Odojomu in Ondo town, where Ayomide was selling cooked rice for his stepmother but was unable to account for the missing money from the sales.
Police Parade Four Suspected Kidnappers and Other Criminals in Ekiti, Boosting Security Efforts
According to Punch News report, In a significant breakthrough for law enforcement, the police have paraded four suspected kidnappers and several other criminals, further strengthening the ongoing efforts to combat crime and ensure the safety and security of residents. The arrest and subsequent parade of these individuals signify a resolute commitment by the police force to maintain law and order within the state.
Amotekun tortures 14-yr-old boy to death over stepmother’s missing N500
Tragic events occurred in Ondo town, Ondo State, when a 14- year- old boy named Ayomide Adeghalu was tortured to death by Amotekun employees over a missing N500. The deceased, who sold cooked rice for his stepmother, was unable to explain where the money from his day' s sales went missing.
Nigerian Troops Decimate 38 Illegal Refineries and Arrest 29 Oil Thieves, says DHQ
According to Vangaurd News report, the Nigerian Defense Headquarters (DHQ) has announced a significant breakthrough in the fight against illegal oil refining and oil theft in the country. According to a recent statement released by the DHQ, troops have successfully destroyed 38 illegal refineries and apprehended 29 individuals involved in oil theft and related criminal activities.
Uniting Against Crime: Orsu Community's Determined Stand for Peace and Security
Monarchs and leaders in Orsu, a local government area in Imo State, have joined forces to address the rising wave of criminal activities that have plagued the region. In a resolute move, the traditional rulers and leaders have issued a stern notice to bandits and hoodlums, demanding an immediate end to their unlawful activities or face severe consequences.
Rivers State Police Commissioner Deploys Special Forces in Pursuit of Abducted Corps Members
According to Vangaurd News report, Rivers State Commissioner of Police, in a swift response to the recent abduction of several corps members, has ordered the deployment of a specialized team to rescue the kidnapped individuals. The commissioner, known for his relentless commitment to combating crime in the state, has vowed to ensure the safe return of the abducted corps members and bring the culprits to justice.