4) Two Feared Dead As Icelanders, Greenlanders Cult Groups Clash In Port Harcourt
Two persons are now feared dead after an early morning gang war between two cult groups at Amadi-Ama area of Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.
Reports say a civilian is one of the victims, who was hit by a stray bullet.
The Rivers State Police Command has confirmed the development but said no death was recorded during the clash.
Spokesman of the Command, SP Nnamdi Omoni, contrary to eyewitness reports, told newsmen that no life was lost in the clash between rival cult gangs.
3) One Dead, Three Injured In Lagos Gas Explosion
A yet-to-be-identified person lost his life to a gas explosion, which occurred at a story building on the Cappa Avenue, Palmgrove Estate, Palmgrove area of Lagos State.
Three others, who sustained varying degrees of injury, were rescued by emergency responders and rushed to the hospital for treatment.
It was gathered that the explosion was caused by gas leakage from the cylinder being used to service the air conditioner in the building.
The Director-General, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, who confirmed the incident, said the remaining occupants were evacuated from the building, adding that the scene of the incident had been cordoned off to prevent a secondary incident.
2) Two Teenage Illegal Miners Killed In Niger State
The Niger State Police Command has confirmed the death of two teenagers suspected to be illegal miners in the Tunga area of Minna, the state capital.
The state Police Public Relations Officer, Wasiu Abiodun, who confirmed the incident, said the victims were killed by gunmen.
It was learned that the incident occurred when the miners numbering about 50 embarked on illegal mining activity.
It was also gathered that the teenagers, whose names could not be ascertained, were known to be notorious illegal miners in the area.
1) N32.5million Fraud: Nigerian Pastors Serving 17 Years Jail Term Get Another 26
Justice F. N. Azinge of the Delta State High Court sitting in Otor-Udu has convicted and sentenced one Pastor Glory Okeoghene Aberefa and Reverend Vincent Okpogo to 16 and 10 years imprisonment respectively.
The duo, alongside their company, Mustard Seed Micro Investment Limited, was prosecuted by the Benin Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
Under the guise of running a finance company, the convicts defrauded dozens of unsuspecting members of the public of millions of naira, through their fraudulent Mustard Seed Micro Investment Limited.
EFCC legal team members, V. O. Agbaje and K. U. Udus had acted on a petition and investigation which fingered them in the stealing of the sum of N32,516,620.
When will Nigeria stop shedding the blood of its innocent citizens? What advice will you give the government on how to end the killings in Nigeria?
This is getting too much…Let Federal Government please do something about these issues.
This is the bad news in Nigeria this morning. May God continue to protect our lives wherever we go and also keep us from all evil. Thanks for reading.
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