BREAKING: Nigeria Police Arrested 20 IPOB Members In Orlu

BREAKING: Nigeria Police Arrested 20 IPOB Members In Orlu

Nigerian security operatives in an operation involving the Army, Air force and the Police in Orlu community of Imo State have arrested 20 members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. According to PRNigeria, the arrest of members of the secessionist group followed recent attacks on soldiers and civilians in Orlu town. “IPOB members who were using Orlu as their base ambushed and killed our soldiers who were on the escort of the Director Civil Affairs, Brigadier General HE Nzan and his team on inspection of the Civil-Military Project at…

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Police released former Imo Governor Rochas Okorocha

Police released former Imo Governor Rochas Okorocha

The Imo State Police Command has been released the former governor of the state, Rochas Okorocha, in detention on Monday. Spokesperson for the state police command, Orlando Ikeokwu, made this known while featuring on Channels Television’s ‘Sunrise Daily’ programme mo. Ikeokwu said Okorocha was released on Sunday night after he was “invited” for “questioning” over the unsealing the Spring Palm Estate linked to his wife, Nkechi. “He was released later at night,” the PPRO said, adding, “If anybody is found culpable, definitely, he will be charged to court. If investigation…

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Former Lagos Governor Ndubisi Kanu dies at 78

Former Lagos Governor Ndubisi Kanu dies at 78

REAR Admiral Ndubisi Kanu, former military head of Imo State in 1975 and governor of Lagos in 1976, is dead. Dies at the age of 78 after brief illness. He died this morning in a hospital after a brief illness. Kalu Ireke Kalu from Abia State, who worked closely with him in the Ndigbo office in Victoria Island Lagos, where the deceased’s office is also located, confirmed his death today, January 13. “I can tell you he passed this morning. He was 78. We celebrated his last birthday in November…

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Police officer killed a motorcyclist for not wearing face mask and refused to pay N50 in Imo state

Police officer killed a motorcyclist for not wearing face mask and refused to pay N50 in Imo state

A yet-to-be-identified motorcycle rider was shot dead allegedly by a police officer around Banana junction in Orlu, Imo state today July 9. According to reports, the policeman had stopped the motorcycle rider for not wearing a face mask. An altercation ensued between both men after the Okada man allegedly refused to give a N50 bribe. The area is currently in Chaos as residents are demanding justice for the deceased Okada rider. The spokesperson of the state police command is yet to comment on the incident.

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A Nigerian man allegedly set his mother ablaze in Imo State

A Nigerian man allegedly set his mother ablaze in Imo State

A Nigerian man identified as Mr. Johnbosco Ejiogu has allegedly set his mother ablaze over a minor issue, in Umudagu Miberi, Mbaitori LGA, Owerri, Imo State. As indicated by the source, The Nigerian man distinguished as Mr. Johnbosco Ejiogu sets his mum, Mrs. Pauline Ejiogu, ablaze. It was accumulated that Johnbosco set his mom on fire with the reason most popular with him. While his mother was attempting to get away, he obstructed and beat her up, before he could escape as well, he previously got singed as well. Before the…

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BREAKING: 3 Feared Dead Several Injured As Okigwe People Clash With SARS Over Lockdown (Video)

BREAKING: 3 Feared Dead Several Injured As Okigwe People Clash With SARS Over Lockdown (Video)

There is an ongoing riot in Ikeji old park in Okigwe Imo State, as the Nigeria SARS Officers clash with some people Over COVID-19 Lockdown. Global News Nigeria reports that three persons feared dead and several injured as Okigwe boys clash with police over lockdown order in Imo State. The people of Okigwe, Imo State, Nigeria has clashed with the Nigerian SARS officials which resulted in chaos at the Ikeji Old park. It was due to the Federal Government 2-weeks lockdown directive to help decrease the spread of the pandemic…

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Pandemonium in Owerri as ENTRACO clashes with traders (Photos)

Pandemonium in Owerri as ENTRACO clashes with traders (Photos)

There is serious tension in Owerri the capital city of Imo state over clash between members of the ENTRACO and street traders at Douglas Road in owerri. According to the reports gathered by globalnewsng from an eyewitness the ENTRACO officials came to put an end to street trading around Douglas road but met a very strong resistance from the traders around there. The ENTRACO officials employed the services of touts to enforce the order, which led to unrest in the area. See the reaction of the main opposition party in…

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BBNaija’s Nina Ivy Introduction Ceremony Photos Held In Imo State

Nina got married to ugly Man as Nigerians react for not shown her Husband

Former Big Brother Naija season 3 housemate, Nina Ivy held her introduction ceremony with her fiancé in her hometown in Imo state on Saturday. The bride, Nina Ivy Information Nigeria recalls the reality TV star had confirmed she was indeed engaged but she refused to reveal the man’s identity or the wedding date. Nina’s sister, Maureen took to social media to share a photo from the reality star’s just concluded wedding introduction ceremony with the caption; “Congratulations to my lovely sister” See the video and more photos below: Video Player Media error:…

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No Man Have The Power To Handle My Waist For More Than 30 Seconds – Imo Slay Queen

No Man Have The Power To Handle My Waist For More Than 30 Seconds - Imo Slay Queen

A beautiful young girl identified as “Benita Ify” has taken to a Facebook group to boast about the ability of her waist. She says no man has the power of handling her waist for more than 30 seconds. She shared this just few hours after the Valentine’s day celebration. Read Also: I have slept with 700 men, 300 more to go Ghanaian Slay Queen Abena Ghanabah confesses She wrote “No man has the power to handle my waist for more than 30 seconds. Lick your screen. #BadGurl. #TableShaker. Below is a…

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