Shaka Momoh, owner of Planet One Hotel in Lagos dies of covid-19

Shaka Momoh

Shaka Momoh, the owner of Planet One Hotel in Lagos States is dead. Momoh died of coronavirus complications on Thursday. He reportedly passed away at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH). Segun Awosanya aka Segalink expressed sadness over the news. “Lost another gem to COVID-19. The last time we spoke it was about our intervention on his case with a financial institution. Now he is no more. Rest in peace, distinguished Shaka Momoh (Planet One)”, he tweeted. Gboyega Akosile also shared the story on his Twitter handle. “Stay safe out…

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BREAKING: 3 ritualists, kidnappers caught and arrested at Igbokoda in Ondo state

Three (3) ritualists and kidnappers have been caught at Igbokoda, Ilaje LGA in Ondo state. Bode Omoboye, Eric Ogungbamila and their agent Tayo Loto have been arrested and detained in Igbokoda police station area of Ilaje Local Government (LGA), Ondo state. The Global News Nigeria got the news from a Facebook user, Otunba Obayomi Owuyewuye Martins who posted the incident on his timelines about 12hrs ago. “I WILL BE GIVING AN UPDATE OF AN ONGOING RITUAL/KIDNAPPING CASE THAT INVOLVES BODE OMOBOYE & ERIC OGUNGBAMILA with their Agent (Tayo LOTO)…The two…

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BREAKING: Protests rock Katsina over abducted 333 Kankara schoolboys

BREAKING: Protests rock Katsina over abducted 333 Kankara schoolboys

Protesters have rocked Kankara in Kankara Local Government Area of Katsina State, following the abduction of students of Government Senior Secondary School, GSSS, in the town by bandits on Friday night. The protests came on a day governor of the state, Aminu Bello Masari, told a delegation of the Federal Government that about 333 students of the school were still missing, 72 hours after the abduction, even as the state government yesterday ordered indefinite closure of schools in the state. This is just as a grieving Aminu Dayyabu and father…

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BREAKING: Hoodlums attack Ajah residents burning down buildings and Vehicle in Lagos

BREAKING: Hoodlums attack Ajah residents burning down buildings and Vehicle in Lagos

Pandemonium in Lagos on Sunday afternoon, November 15, as hoodlums attacked residents at Abraham Adesanya, in Ajah area of Lagos State, burning down buildings and vehicles following multiple violent incidents that led to the intervention of security operatives. The Global News Nigeria learnt that there have been several clashes between factions of hoodlums in the area, a recent clash was followed by series of robbery incidents on Saturday night which made Security operatives to intervene to restore calmness on Sunday morning. According to eyewitnesses, there were multiple gunshots in the…

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BREAKING: Nigerian Youths begin second wave of #EndSARS protest

BREAKING: Nigerian Youths begin second wave of #EndSARS protest

There is anxiety in Lagos as Nigerian Youths begin second wave of #EndSARS protest on Monday, 9 November to end police brutality and bad governance in Nigeria, the protest seems to be taking a slow move online but yet to be taking to offline in the streets of Lagos and some other states. The #EndSARS movement is said to be mobilizing to stage a fresh protest across the state citing “harassment” of the promoters. The state panel of inquiry investigating alleged brutality and abuses by the disbanded State Anti-Robbery Squadas…

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BREAKING: INEC announces registration date for 2023 general election

BREAKING: Kogi West Senatorial Rerun: INEC Declares Election Inconclusive

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC has announced the commencement of electronic balloting, continuous voter’s registration in 2021 ahead of 2023 general election in Nigeria. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) said it is determined to deploy electronic balloting machines in future elections, beginning with the 2021 Anambara governorship election The Commission also disclosed that it will begin the Continuous Voter Registration (CRV) and distribution of Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) in the first quarter of 2021. INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu made disclosure on Wednesday when he appeared before the House…

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BREAKING: President to address the nation by 7pm

BREAKING: President to address the nation by 7pm

President Muhammadu Buhari will address the nation by 7pm, Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President on Media & Publicity said. In his statement Femi said: “Following detailed briefing by security chiefs on the current situation in the country, President Muhammadu Buhari will make a national broadcast Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 7pm. “Television, radio and other electronic media outlets are enjoined to hook up to the network services of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) and Radio Nigeria respectively for the broadcast.”

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BREAKING: Shooting in Ibadan as Police, Okada riders clash

BREAKING: Shooting in Ibadan as Police, Okada riders clash

Happening now there is confrontation between commercial motorcyclists and police at the Iwo Road area of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital on Thursday morning, leading to the sporadic shooting by police. It was gathered that the shooting began at about 9:30 am on Thursday when a policeman hit a commercial motorcyclist and seized his motorcycle which made his colleagues and some youths in the area react. Youths in the area joined some commercial motorcyclists to show their grievances which led to commotion and the blockage of some major roads in…

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BREAKING: Thugs Break into COVID-19 Palliatives Warehouse at FESTAC in Lagos (Video)

BREAKING: Thugs Break into COVID-19 Palliatives Warehouse at FESTAC in Lagos (Video)

Lagos State residents have broke into another COVID-19 palliatives warehouse at Festac – Okota in Lagos and do away with the food items. The Global News Nigeria learnt that the palliatives discovered on Thursday (today), October 22, were meant for residents of Festac-Okota but were secretly stored in the warehouse. According to reports, at least four people have died at the warehouse due to the hundreds of people that gathered to cart away the food items which include rice, beans, yams, and others. However, the individual or group of persons who…

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BREAKING: Hoodlums break into Ondo prison, freed inmates

BREAKING: Hoodlums break into Ondo prison, freed inmates

Hoodlums broke into the National Correctional Service Centre in Okitipupa, the headquarters of Okitipupa Local Government Area of Ondo State, and forcefully freed inmates on Thursday. It was gathered that no fewer than 58 inmates were released during the attack while a vehicle was burnt. It was also learnt that several items were destroyed on the premises of the prison. The Public Relations Officer of the Ondo State Command of NCS, Ogundare Babatunde, confirmed the incident.

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