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Expelled student masterminded killing of Army School Commandant in Ibadan

The 2 Division, Nigerian Army, Ibadan, yesterday, said the killing, last December, of Colonel Anthony Okeyim, Commandant, Command Secondary School, Apata, Ibadan, was masterminded by a student, who was expelled over theft.
The revelation was made, yesterday, when the Division paraded six suspects arrested in connection with the Commandant’s death.
The lifeless body of Okeyim was found at the premises of the school on December 12, 2016. The command had earlier informed the public that the late Okeyim died as a result of rise in intracranial pressure from intracranial haemorrhage caused by fracture of the skull.
The six suspected student who allegedly killed Ibadan Commandant paraded before newsmen in Ibadan, yesterday. Presenting the suspects to newsmen, Colonel Timothy Antigha, Deputy Director, Public Relations, 2 Division, Nigerian Army, said that investigation conducted showed that the suspects played varying roles in the killing of Okeyim.
Antigha said that the alleged killer of th…

Abuja pastor who gets paid by congregants for miracles

Just when you think you have seen it all with churches and so-called pastors in Nigeria, a new one hits you.

An Abuja 'man of God, General Christopher Chinedu Eze, has stunned everyone when his banner hit the social media. The banner which was first posted by Instagram user @kittyudu, shows the 'man of God' and the list of miracles with the amount you must pay to get the miracle.

From the banner, you have to pay N100,000 each to experience the miracle of personal liberation and family liberation. Quick marriage is N100,000 while community liberation is N250,000 only! There are also consultation fees for 2019 presidential aspirants (which is about 7million pounds) and the list is endless. See the banner below:



What do we call this?



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BREAKING: Police arrest mastermind behind Turkish school kidnap

Following very rigorous investigations, the police have arrested two suspected masterminds of the kidnapping of pupils and staff members of the Nigerian Turkish International Colleges.



Suspected mastermind behind Turkish school kidnap

Punch Metro reports that apart from the ringleaders, Philip Kakadu, aka General Kakadu, and Romeo Council, aka Raw, other suspects were also said to be undergoing screening in connection with the abduction.

Investigations reveal that 29-year-old Kakadu and Council, 40, were apprehended in Warri, Delta State, by operatives of the Inspector-General of Police Intelligence Response Team, led by ACP Abba Kyari.

Some gunmen had stormed the NTIC last Friday through a hole dug under the school fence and headed for the female hostel, where three pupils were abducted.

A Turkish teacher, a supervisor, a matron and two intending candidates of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, who worked in the school, were also whisked away by the assailants.

The kidnappers …

You will go to hell if you kill in the name of religion

Senior Advisers to King Salman bn Abdulazeez, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Sheikh Sa’ad Nasir As-Shathriy (left); Sheikh Abdullah Al-Mutlaq; Kwara State Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed; President General, Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar III; Saudi Arabia Ambassador to Nigeria, Fahad Abdullah and Emir of Ilorin, Alhaji Ibrahim Sulu Gambari at a two-day International Conference on Security and Peaceful Co-existence in Nigeria at Ilorin…yesterday. PHOTO: KWARA STATE GOVT HOUSE.
Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar III has warned Nigerians that anyone who killed in the name of religion would go to hell.
The Sultan, who is also the Co-Chairman of Nigeria Inter-Religious Council spoke yesterday in Ilorin at the opening of a two-day international conference organised by the Kwara State government on security and peaceful co-existence in Nigeria.
He warned against any attempt by anyone to disintegrate the country in the name of religio…

No plan to punish protesting students — Oyo govt

The Oyo State Government on Monday said it was not interested in reprimanding protesting students of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomosho, Oyo State, who were seen in a video talking to Governor Abiola Ajimobi in a rude manner. It said that its immediate concern was to ensure that the school reopens this month.

Special Adviser to the governor on Communications and Strategy, Mr. Yomi Layinka, said this in a telephone interview with our correspondent. He added that the video which surfaced online on Friday amounted to “reopening an old wound”.

The students, who had taken their agitation to the Government House in Ibadan, were protesting the eight-month closure of the institution due to a strike by its workers who downed tools as a result of the non-payment of their salaries.

But Layinka, who said the video was released four days after the protest, added that the state government had “moved on” and the governor had met with the management and other stakeholders of the in…

No plan to punish protesting students — Oyo govt

The Oyo State Government on Monday said it was not interested in reprimanding protesting students of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomosho, Oyo State, who were seen in a video talking to Governor Abiola Ajimobi in a rude manner. It said that its immediate concern was to ensure that the school reopens this month.

Special Adviser to the governor on Communications and Strategy, Mr. Yomi Layinka, said this in a telephone interview with our correspondent. He added that the video which surfaced online on Friday amounted to “reopening an old wound”.

The students, who had taken their agitation to the Government House in Ibadan, were protesting the eight-month closure of the institution due to a strike by its workers who downed tools as a result of the non-payment of their salaries.

But Layinka, who said the video was released four days after the protest, added that the state government had “moved on” and the governor had met with the management and other stakeholders of the ins…