” Doctor who rejects gunshot victims are criminal liable”

Lagos State commissioner of police,” Doctor who rejects gunshot victims are criminal liable”. The commissioner who reacted to a media report that doctors at Reddington Hospital in Ikeja, Lagos State rejected  Engineer Adebayo Akinwunmi who suffered bullet wounds after armed robber attacked his home in ofada mokoloki, ogun State. The hospital rejected the victim claiming that there was no police report. The PRO of Lagos State command, SP Chike Oti, said ” The attention of the Nigeria police Lagos State command, has been drawn to the punch newspaper publication of…

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Presidency Denies Nigeria’s Presence At US Jerusalem Embassy Opening

The Presidency has denied that Nigeria was represented at Monday’s official opening of the United States embassy in Jerusalem, Israel. The controversial move to relocate it from Tel Aviv by the President Donald Trump administration has already drawn the ire of Palestinians who carried out a deadly protest during the ceremony thought to have been attended by Nigeria along with dozens of other nations. But a top Presidency office’s has now distanced Nigeria from the event, saying in Abuja on Tuesday that the country was not represented. The official who…

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Killings: FG to Rehabilitate Destroyed Communities with N10bn

The Federal Government has approved a rehabilitation fund of N10bn for victims of killer herdsmen attacks in Benue, Nasarawa and Taraba states, as part of efforts to resettle thousands of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). Vice President Yemi Osinbajo made this known on Tuesday during a visit to IDP camps in Makurdi, the Benue State capital.   A group of children at the Abagena camp, Benue, presented a song of welcome & appreciation to the VP and he afterwards moves close to them & gives them a New Song….telling the children…

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Again, police and Shiite members clashed at federal Secretariat Abuja

The police on Monday clashed with members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria in Abuja over the release of Shiite leader, Ibrahim El_ Zakzaky. Source confirmed to Daily Mandate that the youths were armed with stones. They cashed away the police team and over turned a traffic warden cabin on the road. The protesting group stopped all activities at the federal Secretariat complex, Abuja a few meters away from the National Assembly and the presidential Villa.  

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