NDLEA presents items worth Millions of gifts from Igwe Alex Oyido of Ogidi to Anambra Secondary schools

National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Anambra State command has presented items worth millions of naira to secondary schools that participated in this year’s 4th edition of Lady Victoria Oyido quiz competition for secondary schools in the state.
The quiz competition, which aimed at curbing illicit drugs among secondary school students in Anambra state, was solely sponsored by the traditional ruler of Ogidi kingdom in Idemili North Local Government Area, HRM, Igwe Pharmacist Alex Oyido.
Some items presented to winners include laptop computer sets, over nine inches plasma television, school bags, assorted books and cash of N35, 000 each to the students for their JAMB, WAEC and NECO forms while their teachers smiled home with N20, 000 each.


Come 4th of June, a lucky fan will win a return ticket to Dubai at the Finals of the May Madness Tournament courtesy of leading travel agency in Nigeria, NOW Travels & Tours. The weekend games will tip off on Saturday by 4pm between the Yaounde Giants of Cameroon and the Abidjan Raiders of Cote d’Ivoire. This will be proceeded by the game between the undefeated team in the tournament, Eko Kings taking on the Lagos City Stars, at 7pm.
To participate, follow these steps:

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Housewife in court over theft of pigs

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A housewife, Mrs Kemi Joshua, 30, was on Wednesday brought before an Akure Chief Magistrates’ Court for allegedly receiving two stolen pigs valued at N100,000.
The Police prosecutor, Sgt. Adeoye Adesegun, told the court that the accused conspired with her husband, Joshua, who is still at large, to commit the offences.
“Kemi unlawfully received two female pigs valued at N100, 000, property of one Omokaro Ilesanmi, which she knew to have been stolen or unlawfully obtained,’’ Adesegun said.
The prosecutor alleged that the accused person committed the offences on May 21, 2017, at about 12:30 a.m. at Odopo Quarters, Ijoka, Akure.

Seven to die by hanging for raping disabled boy

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Kuwaiti appeals court on Wednesday sentenced seven young men to death for the abduction and rape of a disabled 13-year-old boy, the victim’s lawyer said.
Ibrahim al-Bathani told AFP that the court overturned a 10-year jail term handed in April by a lower court against the seven accused.
He said the seven defendants, aged 18-23, abducted the victim in September last year to a chalet where they sexually assaulted him.

Okorocha dissolves cabinet ahead of 2019 gov election

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Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State on Tuesday announced the dissolution of the state’s cabinet comprising commissioners, special advisers, senior special assistants and special assistant.
Observers reckoned that the dissolution of the cabinet was preparatory to the setting up of a team that would canvass support for the governor’s successor in 2019.
Okorocha announced the dissolution in statement issued in Owerri, the state capital, by his Principal Secretary, Mr Paschal Obi.


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Fans of the Continental Basketball League were treated to an evening of basketball in all its glory at the just concluded All Star Games. On the 28th of May,the remodeled Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, Lagos was packed full as the West All Stars and the Central All Stars entertained the excited fans.
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The evening was kick-started with an electrifying performance from Big Brother Nigeria winner, Efe Ejeba who performed his hit song, Based on Logistics. Basketballs were flying during the Three-Point Shoot-Out, where most teams in the league were represented, with Jordin Mayes of Lagos City Stars emerging as the winner.


Greater Compliance Rocks Anambra Biafra Sit At Home Order Exercise

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The Indigenous People of Biafra  (IPOB) sit at home order requesting Ndigbo home abroad to observe the remembrance of the fallen heroes in the Nigerian civil war recorded more than 95 percent compliance in Anambra state.
It was an event were banks, market places, stores, and transport companies were technically absence to render service to the public.


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