Showing posts from July, 2017

Mourinho pleased as ‘top striker’ Lukaku opens account

Romelu Lukaku bagged his first goal in a Manchester United shirt on Monday as the 10-man Premier League giants labored to a 2-1 victory over Real Salt Lake in Utah.

Civil Defence Officer Shot Dead Driver And Police Sergent In Jigawa

By Aliyu Dangida DUTSE: – An officer serving with the Jigawa state command of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has allegedly shot dead a commercial driver Hussaini Andaza and injured a police sergeant working with the Dutse division. The ugly incident occurred on Friday morning after a commercial driver (name withheld) while in the process of dodging officials of road safety who were on patrol opposite NNPC mega station followed one way and hit an incoming vehicle. The road safety arrested the driver while members of the NURTW in solidarity confronted road safety officials and ordered for the release of their colleague, as exchange of words continues other members of the union took advantage of throwing stones and beating FRSC officials and burn down their vehicles.

We Must Stop Confusing The Argument On The Negotiability Of Nigeria’s Unity – Soyinka

Prof. Wole Soyinka, in this Channels Tv video clip said that Nigerian leaders should stop confusing and mixing up the arguments on the negotiability of Nigeria’s unity, saying that every thing is negotiable. According to him, ‘My response is simple. We must stop confusing and mixing up the argument, we are mixing up the argument. It is very unfortunate for our leaders to say that the question of breaking up or not breaking up should not arisen in the first place. It all sounds hypocritical, dogmatic and dictatorial. The statement is the unity of Nigeria is non negotiable, now that to me, is a falsititude.”

2 Security Operatives In Police Custody Over Shooting Of FRSC Officials—Abia PPRO

2 security operatives in police custody over shooting of FRSC officials—Abia PPRO ON JULY 17, 20176:21 PMIN NEWSCOMMENTS The Abia Police Command has arrested and detained two security operatives involved in Saturday’s shooting of two officials of Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) in Aba. The spokesman of the command, Mr Geofrey Ogbonna, made the announcement on Monday in Umuahia in a telephone interview with newsmen. He however declined to disclose the identities of the operatives. “The shooting did not involve the police alone: an officer from the department of State Security Service was also involved.