Man Killed For ‘Blasphemy’ In Abuja, Corpse Set On Fire

A mob on Saturday killed a member of a vigilance group for reportedly making a blasphemous statement. It was gathered that members of the vigilance group guarding the Timber shed…

Military destroys 40 illegal refineries, impounds illegal products

Troops of Operation Octopus Grip and those of Operation Delta Safe discovered and destroyed 40 illegal refineries in the Niger Delta region in the last two weeks. Director, Defence Media…

Abducted corps member freed after N2m, five phones, N100,000 recharge card paid as ransom

The kidnapped female corps member, Faith Onoriode, who was abducted along Kaduna-Abuja road alongside other travellers, has regained freedom. Arabella Star Magazine learnt that her relatives had paid two million,…

Gunmen kill former NPC Commissioner in Nasarawa

Gunmen on Sunday, killed Mr Zakari Kigbu, a former Federal Commissioner of National Population Commission (NPC) at his residence in Azuba community near Lafia, Nasarawa State capital. ACP Ramhan Nansel,…

Abuja-Kaduna highway communities beg El-Rufai not to relocate them

Three communities along Abuja-Kaduna highway namely Akilibu, Rijana and Katari have appealed to Gov Nasir El-rufai not to relocate or clear their settlements. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports…

Trader jailed 6 months for stealing lady’s handbag 

An Area Court in Jos, Plateau, on Wednesday sentenced an 18-year old trader, Mohammed Ahmed to 6 months in prison for stealing a lady’s handbag. A panel of two magistrates,…

Motorcycle ban: Police to arrest riders, passengers in Lagos

The Police Command in Lagos State says it will arrest both motorcyclist and passenger as part of measures to enforce the ban on commercial motorcycle operations in the state. Its…

FCT minister condemns killings at Dei-Dei market

The Federal Capital Territory Minister of State, Dr Ramatu Aliyu, has condemned in strong terms the killings in Dei-Dei market. Aliyu, in a statement by her Special Assistant on Media,…

FCT minister orders indefinite closure of Dei-Dei market

FCT Minister Mohammad Bello, on Wednesday ordered the indefinite closure of Dei – Dei International Market following a clash between commercial motorcyclists and the traders. Bello gave the order after…

FG amends charge against Kanu, lists his lawyers as accomplices

The Federal Government is set to re-arraign the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB,  Nnamdi Kanu, on an amended six-count treasonable felony charge. The amendment came on…