Sunday, 17 September 2017

Second suspect arrested in London Underground attack

A second man has been arrested over Friday’s bomb attack on a London Underground train that injured at least 30 people, police said.

The 21-year-old man was arrested in the west London suburb of Hounslow just before midnight on Saturday, the Metropolitan Police said in a statement.

Operation Python Dance would take place in S’East every year – Army

The Nigerian Army on Sunday said Operation Python Dance would be staged in the South-East every year.

Deputy Director, Public Relations 82 Division, Nigerian Army, Enugu, Col. Sagir Musa, disclosed this in a statement entitled ‘The objectives of exercise Egwu Eke 11 (Python Dance II).

Tunisia defeat D’Tigers in AfroBasket final

D’Tigers of Nigeria have relinquished their position as Africa’s best having lost 65-77 points to Tunisia in the final of the 2017 FIBA AfroBasket that came to a close in Rades, Tunisia on Saturday night.

The Nigerians who went into the Championship as the defending champions could only win one quarter from the four played on Saturday to pave way for the new winners to emerge.

‘My mother is seeing other men, sending nudes; how I caught her’ – Nigerian man cries out

A 34-year-old distraught forum user, Yelabechi, is asking to be advised on what to do after he went through his mum’s phone and noticed that She has been having sexchats with 3 different men.

Hear his story;

Troops launch manhunt for Kanu as probe of foreign links begins

TROOPS yesterday launched a manhunt for Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) leader Nnamdi Kanu , barely 24 hours after the group’s proscription.

Nothing has been heard about Kanu since the proscription. Some sources yesterday said he had gone underground.

Anyone Found With Biafra Flag Will Now Be Arrested - Police

The State Commissioner of Police in Abia State has said anybody holding the Biafra flag is to be arrested by the police hencforth.

Making this known in Umuahia while parading some suspected members of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra, the state Commissioner of Police Anthony Ogbizi said anybody found with the Biafra flag will be arrested.

Police to arraign 37 suspected IPOB members in court on Monday

The Abia State Police Command of Nigeria Police Force on Saturday disclosed that it has arrested 37 suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) who were reportedly arrested during the unrest in Abia State would face prosecution.

While 30 were reportedly arrested by soldiers along Isiala Ngwa area of the state, seven persons were allegedly amongst the arsonists that burnt and looted Ariaria Police Divisional Headquarters in Aba, the commercial nerve center of the state at the early hours of Friday.

Go after enemies of Nigeria – Osinbajo charges military

Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, has urged military officers to defeat the ideologies that promote mindless killings and anarchy in the country.

He added that they should support the Federal Government’s effort in the war emerging security challenges confronting the nation.

‘Where is Kanu?’ — whereabouts unknown five days after soldiers’ raid

Five days after his residence in Abia state was raided by soldiers, Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has not been seen in public.

Israel, Kanu’s father who is the traditional ruler of Afaraukwu Ibeku community and Ugoeze, his wife, have also not been seen since then.

The Unholy Union of President Buhari and 'Hurricane Nnamdi Kanu'

Nigeria might not be experiencing the worst of natural disasters like the hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Katia and Jose but it appears a seeming human disaster tagged ‘Hurricane Nnamdi Kanu’ spinning in the South-east might tear the country apart in the face of President Buhari in no distant time.
In the latest season of the endless political drama tilted 'Nigeria', President Muhammadu Buhari and the  leader of the Independent People of Biafra, IPOB - Mazi Nnamdi Kanu have taken dominant roles of the antagonist and the protagonist with their parts alternating depending on where you stand tribally. 

Swedish politician Patrik Liljeglod ‘raped for his beliefs’

A Swedish politician has revealed on Facebook that he was raped by a knife-wielding attacker because of his political leanings.

Patrik Liljeglod is a group leader of the Left Party, in the city of Falun.

He also spoke about the assault at a council meeting on Thursday evening.

Man United can cope without Pogba, says Mourinho

Jose Mourinho says he has ample options in his Manchester United squad to cope without injured midfielder Paul Pogba as Wayne Rooney prepares to return to Old Trafford.

Pogba is widely expected to be out of action for between a month and six weeks after damaging his hamstring just 18 minutes into Tuesday’s 3-0 Champions League victory over Basel.