Friday, May 2, 2014

MayDay Nyanya, Abuja Blast: Nine dead, 66 critically injured– Live Updates #‎NyanyaExplosion‬

UPDATE: MayDay ‪#‎NyanyaExplosion‬ Sixty-six injured persons taken to various hospitals out of which six were treated and discharged, nineteen persons killed. Investigators are processing the scene (gathering evidence)  - Nigeria Police Force

Aftermath of Workers Day bombing: Pres. GEJ summons Security Chiefs

President Goodluck Jonathan has summoned Service Chiefs to an exceptional security meeting after yesterdays bombing in Nyanya Abuja killing 19 people and leaving several injured. The meeting based on the President's spokesperson, Reuben Abati, is ongoing at the moment. Didn't they've a protection meeting after the final Nyanya bombing? 

Nigeria police, SSS say at least 276 still missing

Based on Premium Times, the Police Command in Borno state and the State Security Service (SSS) yesterday May 1st had a shared press conference at the headquarters of the Borno State Police Command where they stated that the specific number of missing girls is 276 and not 234 as earlier reported and might even be more.
 Speaking at the press conference yesterday, the Borno state Police Commissioner, Tanko Lawan said the figure they have may be the authentic number as they have carefully gone across the Chibok village and its environ to collate the names of girls that have gone missing since April 14th when the school was attacked by the Boko Haram men. 


Photos: Nigeria military Storm MMIA, Lagos

 Based on multiple eye-witness reports, there's a unique heavy presence of military personnel at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. Ovation magazine publisher, Dele Momodu shared photos online and said the military men are making life difficult for passengers who're either departing or arriving the country. See more photos after the break...

Abomination: Father Rapes & Impregnates His 16-Year-Old Daughter In Ibadan

An Iyaganku Chief Magistrates’ Court, Ibadan, on Wednesday remanded a 45-year-old man, Ahmed Akintola, in Agodi prison for allegedly molesting and impregnating his daughter.

The Chief Magistrate, Kehinde Durosaro-Tijani, gave the order pending the duplication of the case file by the Directorate of Public Prosecution.

She, therefore, adjourned the case till May 11.

Prosecutor Oluyemi Eyiaromi told the court that the accused unlawfully had carnal knowledge of his 16-year-old daughter.


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