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IN OSHODI: Factory worker nabbed for allegedly beating colleague to death

A 34-year-old man, Fabian Morris accused of allegedly beating his colleague, one Gbenga to death is currently assisting detectives at the homicide section of the State Criminal Intelligence Investigation Department (SCIID), Panti, Yaba to unearth the mystery behind Gbenga’s death. It was gathered that Morris, an Assistant Supervisor at a factory in Oshodi on Monday, Feb.

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IN ALAKUKO: Woman tortures 7-year-old niece with hot knife for stealing chewing gum

A seven-year-old girl, Mazichukwu, is battling with burns allegedly inflicted on her by her aunt, whom she lives with on Josiah Aina Street, Alakuko, Lagos State.  The aunt, Mrs Loveth Ozoihu, reportedly punished the girl by beating her with a hot knife for allegedly stealing chewing gum belonging to

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IN EJIGBO: I intended to use stolen pants for ritual, suspect confesses

One of the two suspects who were caught with stolen panties belonging to a woman in Ejigbo community, Lagos Mainland, has confessed to intending to use them for rituals. The two bus conductors, Peter Ayodele and Chibuzor David were arraigned in Lagos on Tuesday, February 11, 2019, for allegedly stealing three undergarments belonging to a

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IN MUSHIN: Police apprehends teenager for suspected robbery

The operatives of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested a teenager, Adewumi Sodiq, for suspected armed robbery in Mushin community, Lagos Mainland. According to the Police, the teenager was arreste in possession of two cut-to-size rifles and six rounds of ammunitions. The suspect was arrested by detectives attached to Area D Command at the weekend while he

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More woes for Mainlanders as terrifying trucks return to bridges, highways

Last week Friday, ahead of President Buhari’s campaign rally in Lagos, Mainlanders woke up to the shocking disappearance of the articulated trucks from the Eko Bridge which have caused nightmarish gridlock for commuters. Like magic, the trucks which seemed destined to be permanently on the bridges vanished because the President was

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