Obateru Of Egbin Kingdom, Oba Oyebo, Joins NAOSRE 2020 Security Dinner’s League Of Speakers

Oba Oyebo

Obateru Of Egbin Kingdom, Oba Oyebo, Joins NAOSRE 2020 Security Dinner’s League Of Speakers         His Royal Majesty, Alaiyeluwa Oba Adeoriyomi  Oluwasesan Abdul-Akeem Oyebo, (Ademoyebo 11) Obateru of Egbin Royal Kingdom, Ikorodu, Lagos, has joined the league of speakers in the 2020 Security Annual Dinner/Discourse Programme organized by the National Association of Online Security Reporters (NAOSRE). The highly respected traditional ruler confirmed his attendance on Friday, December 4 at a meeting which held at his Palace in Ikorodu, Lagos when NAOSRE executives led by Mrs. Favour Benson…

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Yellow Fever Kills 172 Persons in Nigeria – Says WHO

Yellow Fever

Yellow Fever Kills 172 Persons in Nigeria – Says WHO       A yellow fever outbreak in Nigeria has killed 172 people so far, the World Health Organization said Friday. The outbreak poses an extra challenge to the country’s health system as Africa’s most populous nation deals with the Covid-19 pandemic, several concurrent disease outbreaks and a humanitarian crisis in the northeast, the WHO said. Nigeria has been battling successive yellow fever outbreaks since 2017. This latest outbreak was detected in November, WHO spokesman Tarik Jasarevic told reporters in…

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Napoli Renames Stadium After Maradona

Napoli

Napoli Renames Stadium After Maradona       Napoli’s stadium has been renamed in memory of late Argentine football legend, Diego Maradona who led the club to two Italian league titles, Naples town hall said Friday. The city authorities and the club’s president had proposed renaming the San Paolo Stadium within hours of Maradona’s death on November 25. “The decree was signed by the entire city council,” the city government said in a statement. The statement hailed Maradona as “the greatest footballer of all time who, with his immense talent…

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Lagos Bye-Elections: Movement To Be Restricted On Saturday

Movement To Be Restricted

Lagos Bye-Elections: Movement To Be Restricted On Saturday         The Lagos State Police Command has ordered the restriction of movement between 6 am and 6pm on Saturday, December 5, ahead of the bye-elections into the Lagos East Senatorial and Kosofe 11 Constituency. The State Commissioner of Police, CP Hakeem Odumosu, made the announcement on Thursday while deliberating on strategies put in place by the election monitoring officers deployed from the Force Headquarters in Abuja. Odumosu reiterated that there will not be vehicular and pedestrian movement in and…

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”70 Nigerians Illegally Detained Without Trial In Bangladesh”

”70 Nigerians Illegally Detained Without Trial In Bangladesh”     No fewer than 70 Nigerians have been allegedly arrested and detained without trial by security operatives in Bangladesh. The Nigerian Community Association in Bangladesh, which made the disclosure in a letter to The Punch, said there was a crackdown on Nigerians in the South Asian country. The letter was signed by a representative of the group, Gideon Onyeoma. Onyeoma said the indiscriminate arrest of Nigerians, including legal residents doing business in the foreign country, had caused undue hardship and pain…

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Court Remands Ex-Pension Boss, Maina At Kuje Correctional Centre

Court Remands Ex-Pension Boss, Maina At Kuje Correctional Centre     Justice Okon Abang of the Federal High Court in Abuja has ordered the remand of embattled former Chairman of the defunct Pension Reform Task Team (PRTT), Abdulrasheed Maina at Kuje Correctional Centre pending the conclusion of his trial. At the resumed trial on Friday, the counsel representing Maina, Adaji Abel formally withdrew and the counsel engaged by Mr Maina asked for a short adjournment to enable him to study the facts of the case. Justice Abang granted the application…

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