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Ghastly Motor Accident That Killed A Lady In Onitsha (Graphic Photos)



Chidinma Dorothy Michael met with an accident near Borromeo round-about Onitsha when a truck carrying sand rammed into their bus on 10th November on their way to pick up school children, NaijaCover Reports.

From The Reports Gathered By NaijaCover, she couldn’t escape as she died after been rush to the hospital in Onitsha. According to her brother, Chidinma was on her way to pick up her student when the accident took place.

Sharing the story with NAIJACOVER, The victim’s brother says that, even after the death of her sister, both the director of the school, Rev. Fr Ebube Mmuo Nso, and the school management have refused to say anything about the incident.

Leaving the grieving family in doubt, if their daughter’s life meant anything, as non of the school representatives has come to console the family, NaijaCover Reports.

May Her Gentle Soul Rest In Peace ‘Amen’

See The Graphic Photos As Obtained By NaijaCover Below:

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Their lives should not go in vain – Gbajabiamila condemns killing of Borno farmers by Boko Haram insurgents



Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila has condemned the killing of rice farmers in Zabarmari, Borno State by Boko Haram insurgents.

In a statement released by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity Lanre Lasisi, Gbajabiamila called for more action from the military.

The Speaker who noted that the lives of the farmers shouldn’t go in vain, also stated that the house of representatives is ready to give the military all the necessary support, especially through budgetary allocation, to deal decisively with the insurgents.

The statement read;

“It’s unfortunate that about 50 of our countrymen lost their lives to the barbaric and inhuman action of the insurgents at this time.

“This incident is one too many for us as a country. Here were innocent citizens going about their lives of looking for their daily bread to cater for their families. But are murdered in a most gruesome manner.

“Their lives should not go in vain. This should call for more action from our military. As a House, we are ever ready to give them all the necessary support, especially through budgetary allocation, to deal decisively with the insurgents.

“My heart goes out to the families of the murdered farmers.”

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Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare denies asking for N81m to cut grass in Abuja stadium



Sunday Dare, Nigeria’s Minister of Youths and Sports, has denied reports he asked for N81 million to be used to cut grass and weed in Abuja stadium.

Reports were rife online on Sunday November 29, that while speaking during the one-day seminar organized by the Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN) FCT chapter, Sunday Dare disclosed that the ministry under his supervision, approached the Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB) for assessment of the stadium, which was built in 2003 with N53 billion on a 29 hectares (72 acres) of land.

“We approached AEPB to come see what can be done to clear the grass and weed in the stadium and they told us it will cost us N81m. If we tell Nigerians we used N81m which is not even available, there will be an outcry. The funds are not really there for us and that is why we are partnering with private investors to bring back the key components of our infrastructures,” he was quoted as saying

Some media houses interpreted it as him saying the Ministry needed N81 million to cut the grass and weed in the stadium.

Reacting via his Twitter handle, The Minister wrote

”Spot the difference. This story is out of context. Misleading. A misrepresentation.The Ministry was given a bill. The Ministry did not accept. It will be detrimental to spend such an amount. And it can be better invested. That is what I said. This is not what they have reported.”

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Seven killed in fresh attacks in Kaduna communities



No fewer than seven persons have been killed in reprisal attacks in Je’ma local government area in Kaduna state.

A statement released today by the state Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, the military in the state on Saturday, November 28 reported to the state government that one herder, Isiyaka Saidu, of Ungwan Pah village of Jema’a local government was killed by unknown persons with deep knives cut on his head.

Samuel stated that three persons identified as Victor Markus, Gero David, and Thankgod Sunday, were arrested from Ungwan Pah and Ungwan Bido villages of the same local government in connection with the murder.

He disclosed that a reprisal attack occurred in Ungwan Bido village in the early hours of today, Sunday 29th November 2020, where some local residents were killed and four injured.

He gave the names of the six persons killed as Silas Maman, Malaki Tabat, Geofree Andrew, Anna Ahmadu, Sunday Tagwai and Fidelis Musa. He said four persons namely Adamu Mangai, Matta Silas, Yaro Musa and Yaro Andrew were injured in the attack and are currently receiving medical attention.

He added that two children namely Rebecca Àndrew and Clement Andrew are currently missing while the houses of four residents of the community were razed during the attack.

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