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Travellers stranded in the middle of nowhere after train breaks down

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A Tweeter user identified as Fatima S. Zuntu, (@drfatima84) took to her Tweeter page to share her ongoing dilemma as a trained she boarded broke down in the middle of nowhere.

She shared the post with the caption “We’re in the middle of nowhere for 2hrs now. This country is a f****kin joke”

In the video, it could be seen that passengers on the train seemed worried as they step down from the train hoping something could be done about the problem at hand.

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There is likelihood of terrorism persisting in Nigeria for another 20 years – Tukur Buratai

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The Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai has in a post shared on his verified Facebook page disclosed that there is likelihood of terrorism persisting in Nigeria for another 20 years.

Buratai who noted that “citizens responsibility” is equally important and imperative, added that curbing terrorism depends on the level of escalation and the appropriate responses by all stakeholders both civil and military authorities.

He wrote;

There is general misunderstanding of what insurgency and terrorism entail. There is likelihood of terrorism persisting in Nigeria for another 20 years. It only depends on the level of escalation and the appropriate responses by all stakeholders both civil and military authorities. Also by both local in international actors. Citizens responsibility is equally important and imperative. All must cooperate to contain the lingering insecurity. Let there be collective action and responsibility.

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“Tiwa Savage would have gotten a Grammy Nomination if whe had remained with Don Jazzy” – Maduagwu

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An insider in the entertainment industry, Uche Maduagwu, has let the cat out of the bag on Tiwa Savage and her former boss Don Jazzy.


In a monitored post on his Instagram page the former actor but now turned Instagram blogger, Uche disclosed the woes in Tiwa Savage’s career at the moment stems from her abrupt departure from the Mavin Records music label which is owned by Don Jazzy.

He added, had her recent album, ‘Celia’ being worked on by Mavin Records, she would have gotten a Grammy nomination like Burna Boy’s ‘Twice as tall’ album. He told her to humble herself because her incessant attacks on journalists who give her true reviews on her business should rather be taken in good fate.

“Dear Tiwa, learn to appreciate and respect all #journalist whether they give positive or not so pleasant reviews on your #music album even #twiceastall that is the biggest music album in #naija today still get some not so #good reviews, so let us wear the spiritual humility garment of #yemialade because the truth is bitter. Tiwa would have gotten a #grammy nomination if she had remained with #mavin and #donjazzy because she is super talented, #celia is over hyped and to say its struggling is being modest or could it be because you no longer hang out with #starboy you allegedly said your son has made more money than a hardworking journalist who told you the gospel truth aunty abeg how much did you have before teebillz discover and helped your career?🤷‍

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Cultists arrested while fighting over a gun deal

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The Ogun State Police Command has arrested six suspected cultists in Odogbolu area of the state.

The Lagos-based suspected cultists Oluwadamilare Aboyeji, Matthew Adebiyi, Jacob Solomon and Iliasu Jubril, and Odogbolu-based suspected cultists Segun Olubanjo and Samuel Olaniyan were arrested after concluding on a deal to purchase a locally-made pistol for an operation.

Ogun police spokesperson, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi said;

“Investigation revealed that the Ikorodu-based suspects contracted Samuel Olaniyan to purchase a locally-made pistol for them, and when the gun was delivered, they discovered that the pistol was not serviceable; hence they came with full force to deal with the Odogbolu-based cultists for betraying their trust.

“While the pandemonium was going on, a distress call was made to the Odogbolu Division, consequence upon which the DPO, SP Awoniyi Adekunle, quickly led his men to the scene, where the six suspects were apprehended.

“Recovered from them were one locally-made pistol and two live cartridges.”

The Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun, had directed that the suspects and exhibits be transferred to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation with a view to charging them.

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