Nigeria Police Force redeploys 37 commissioners

The Police Service Commission, PSC, has carried out a redeployment of Commissioners of Police of the 36 states of the federation and Federal Capital Territory, FCT. A statement from PSC said: “The Police Service Commission approved the deployment in line with Section 215 of the 1999 Constitution, which empowers the commission to appoint officers to… Read More Nigeria Police Force redeploys 37 commissioners

Cross River towns submerge as FG’s dam collapses

A Federal Government dam project has caved in on Cross River State, submerging Okobuchi, Akatom and Buniya communities in Irruan Boki Local Government Area, Central Senatorial district and wreaking havoc on residential buildings, cocoa, yam and cassava farms, and other assets estimated at over a billion naira. Hundreds of displaced villagers are enraged that the… Read More Cross River towns submerge as FG’s dam collapses

Lagos State Government shuts down 3 companies, 22 religious houses, a strip club, amongst others

Lagos State Government on Wednesday shut 22 religious houses and three companies for violating the 2010 environmental law of the state. This came barely three weeks after the state government shut 40 religious outfits across the state. The state government through the State Environmental Protection Agency, LASEPA shut the religious outfits and industries during an… Read More Lagos State Government shuts down 3 companies, 22 religious houses, a strip club, amongst others

Movie theater massacrer, James Holmes, sentenced to life imprisonment plus over 3000 years

A Colorado judge formally sentenced James Eagan Holmes to multiple life terms plus thousands of years in prison for the Aurora movie theater massacre that killed 12 and wounded 70. Holmes, a 27-year-old former grad student, received one life term for each person he killed, plus 3,318 years for the attempted murders of those he… Read More Movie theater massacrer, James Holmes, sentenced to life imprisonment plus over 3000 years

Former reporter kills ex-colleauges on live TV, flees and kills self

Vester L. Flanagan II, a former WDBJ reporter, killed two of the Roanoke TV station’s employees, Alison Parker and Adam Ward, live on air before fleeing in a gray 2009 Ford Mustang to Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport. There, he ditched the Mustang and drove away in a Chevrolet Sonic that he had rented earlier in the… Read More Former reporter kills ex-colleauges on live TV, flees and kills self