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Photos: Suspected thieves and receivers of stolen property arrested and paraded in Benue

The Benue state police command have arrested and paraded five suspected thieves and receivers of stolen items in the state.   A statement from the command says on Tuesday June 18th, the command received a tipoff that some hoodlums broke into a victims house and stole some valuables.   SARS operatives swung into action and arrested one Kenneth Ogbole Okpoju ‘m’ of Adoka Otukpo L.G.A of Benue State.   Further investigation led to the arrest of the following suspects Isah Ibrahim, Abdulrahaman Yunusa and Alhassan Ali all ‘m’ of Kano street, Wadata.   Eight different types of plasma television and one old model …

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Man confesses he made N200 million in 6 months from kidnapping

A suspected kidnapper, Abubakar Umar, who was arrested by the police and paraded at the Force headquarters in Abuja yesterday June 19th, has recounted how himself and his team made N200 million in six months from ransom collected from their victims.   Speaking to newsmen, Umar said himself and his gang members preferred abducting expatriates who pay heavily in ransom. He told the police he once collected N100 million as ransom from one of the victims of their many operations.   “My job is kidnapping and I operate mainly in Niger and Kebbi states. I operated  with my masters who operate in Sokoto. During one …

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Court Stops El-Rufai From Licensing Pastors, Imams In Kaduna

A Kaduna State High Court has declared the state Religious Bill recently passed by the former State House of Assembly as illegal. The Court noted that the plan by the Kaduna State government to issue licences to the pastors of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) using the Religious Regulatory Bill is a gross violation of their fundamental human rights, which guarantees freedom of association and freedom of religion. The Court added that the passage of the religious bill is inconsistent with the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended). The judge, Hon Justice D. Gwadah, while passing …

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