According to a news that was posted by the Peoples Gazette this evening, it has been alleged that a 15-year-old boy, who beat a young girl to death in Ogun State has been remanded in prison, as the judge refused to grant his plea. It was made known that the suspect was arrested by the men of the Ogun State Police Command, after he beat the deceased to death because she refused to date him.
Air Force Bombs Wedding Guests In Niger Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette A Nigerian Air Force Alpha Jet has shelled a wedding venue, killing some wedding guests at a remote community in Niger State, "PRNigeria" reports. The airstrikes were targeting bandits and insurgents in the area.
Barely two days after Google deleted Adamu Garba's Crowwe app from the Google Play Store, his official Instagram page has suffered the same fate after it was yanked off on Tuesday by the social media platform. According to the Peoples Gazette, the former President aspirant confirmed that his Instagram official page has been deleted by the social media platform, adding that the image and video sharing app deleted his Official Page because some users had reported him to the online platform.
Civil servants begin strike Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette Civil servants in Nasarawa have begun an indefinite strike over Governor Abdullahi Sule’s refusal to implement the N30,000 new minimum wage. In a bid to rein in the workers, Mr Sule invoked the no-work-no-pay policy. The workers on Tuesday began an indefinite industrial action to press home their demand for full implementation of N30,000 national minimum wage and staff promotion, among others.
Over 100 Shops Pulled Down At Another Market Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette The Lagos State task force has demolished shanties and other illegal buildings at the popular Agboju Market, on the town’s Buffa Zone, Festac Town. Traders, mechanics and other artisans operating on the zone wept as they counted their losses when bulldozers turned their goods, shops and workshops into rubbles on Sunday.
Today's Headlines: Ex-militants Threatens To Strike In Ondo, "Banditry Is Getting Worse" - Matawalle
Ex-militants Threatens To Strike In Ondo Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette Some ex-militants in Ilaje Local Government area of Ondo State have threatened to go to court over unpaid benefits. They alleged that their monthly allowances had not been paid for two years by the Presidential Committee on Amnesty Programme and threatened court action if the benefits were not paid within 30 days.
Today's Headlines: "Islamic Group" Protesters Chased Away By The Police, Dino Speaks About Democracy
"Islamic Group" Protesters Chased Away By The Police. Recently, Police operatives in FCT (Federal Capital Territory) chased away members of IMN (Islamic Movement of Nigeria) protesters in "Apo-Gudu". Mariam Yusuf (The command’s spokeswoman) disclosed this information in a statement released on Saturday in Abuja.
Nigerian activist Aisha Yesufu has reacted to the report that stated that the Nigerian army begged Boko Haram and ISWAP terrorists for reconciliation. According to a report published by Peoples Gazette, the Nigerian Army begged the terrorists to seek forgiveness and reconciliation because soldiers and the public aren't happy that people are dying.
Aisha Yesufu has taken to her Official Twitter handle to react after a Nigerian Air Force Alpha jet bombed a wedding venue in a remote community in Niger state, killing an undisclosed number of guests. According to information revealed by a reliable social media platform called "Peoples Gazette", a Nigerian Air Force Alpha jet, which was targeting bandits and insurgents in Genu community of Niger state, has mistakenly bombed a wedding venue, killing an undisclosed number of guests.
"EFCC Keeps Recovered Crypto Loot In wallet"- Bawa Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette FCC Chairman Abdulrasheed Bawa has revealed that the commission keeps cryptocurrency loot recovered from internet fraudsters in the commission’s e-wallet. Disclosing this in an interview with ChannelsTV on Tuesday, the EFCC boss said the commission had about $20 million worth of recovered cryptocurrencies in its e-wallet.
Today's Headlines: Army Begs Boko Haram For Reconciliation, Family Fixes Date For TB Joshua’s Burial
Army begs Boko Haram for reconciliation Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette The Nigerian Army has begged Boko Haram to seek forgiveness and reconciliation, saying soldiers are not happy people are dying. The General Officer, commanding 7 Division of the Nigerian Army, A.A. Eyitayo, made the call at a feast organized for journalists by the army on Sunday in Maiduguri.
Twitter, security threat to Nigeria: Lai Mohammed Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette Lai Mohammed has insisted that Twitter is a threat to Nigeria’s national security. Accordingto Mr Mohammed, the persistent use of Twitter in Nigeria undermines the country’s corporate existence, which threatens national security and sovereignty.
Today's Headlines: Google Deletes Adamu Garba’s Crowwe From Play Store, FG Dissolves Athletics Board
Google Deletes Adamu Garba’s Crowwe From Play Store Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette Adamu Garba’s Crowwe application has suddenly disappeared from Google play store. The Crowwe app, which has been described as an instant messaging and financial transaction app that comes with a digital wallet that helps to transfer and receive money while chatting, has received worst reviews.
Air Force bombs wedding guests in Niger State A Nigerian Air Force Alpha Jet bombed a wedding venue, killing some wedding guests in a remote community in Niger State, according to PRNigeria. The airstrikes were aimed at local bandits and insurgents. Photo credit: Peoples Gazette The airstrike that killed some armed bandits and cattle rustlers occurred in Genu town in Niger State, according to the blog, which added that “one of the bombs allegedly strayed at a wedding party in an adjoining village.”
According to a news that was posted by the Peoples Gazette this morning, it has been alleged that Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State, has warned all Nigerian students not to come out and join the proposed nationwide protest, which will take place tomorrow, June 12, as he warned that some people who don't have the country’s interest in mind, might hijack the protest, which could turn out to be disastrous.
The Governor of Zamfara State, governor Bello Matawalle has expressed his worries on the spate of killings by bandits in the state, saying that things are getting worse everyday as bandits have continued to invade their towns and communities, killing and displacing people across the state. The Governor disclosed that his government has tried to negotiate with these bandits but all their efforts to dialogue with bandits have proven abortive.
Online Personality and Marketing Strategist, Wale Adetona has taken to his verified Twitter handle to react to Google's decision as regards the app of former Presidential Candidate, Adamu Garba II. It was reported on Monday by Peoples Gazette that popular search engine, Google reportedly deletes Mr. Adamu Garba's Crowwe app from the Play Store days after the Federal Government banned Twitter's operations in Nigeria.
Insecurity has now become a major source of concern for everyone. At the moment, armed banditry and kidnapping have now become the order of the day. One of the recent of the above mentioned is the attack of Bamalli polytechnic in Kaduna state. "Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette".
President Muhammadu Buhari GCFR, was on Thursday, answered questions in an exclusive interview session with Arise Television which is an international television news channel reporting on major global news with a strong focus on Africa. According to the Peoples Gazette, the President justified himself for embarking on a railway project to the Republic of Niger.
The heart of a man is so deceptive. Nobody could fathom what is in the mind of a man. He can pretend and deceive people he associates and live with. These days are evil. People should be more vigilant and should not trust any one. This news will convince why you should trust no one again.