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Today’s Headlines: “Nigeria Leaders Have No Blood In Their Hearts”-Kukah, Robbers Attack Bank In Imo

Nigeria leaders have no blood in their hearts- Kukah

The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Kukah, on Wednesday said the leaders of Nigeria have no blood in their hearts.

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The cleric stated this in his homily at the burial of late Rev Fr. Alphonsus Yasshim Bello at Our Lady of Apostles Catholic Church, Independence Way, Kaduna.

Bandits had abducted and kidnapped Fr. Alphonsus Yashim Bello was on 21st May 2021 in Katsina.

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Armed robbers attack bank in Osun

Two commercial and police stations were Wednesday evening attacked by some suspected armed robbers in Apomu and Ikire town in Osun State.

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During the attack, it was learnt that many people were shot dead by the robbers, even though the State Police Command said that number of casualties was not immediately available.

The robbers were said to have entered Apomu and Ikire through Ikoyi town and divided themselves into different groups before launched attack on the police stations and the affected banks.

NNPC warns against filling stations imitating it retail outlet

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has asked the general public to be wary of filling stations imitating its retail outlets.

The corporation raised the alarm in a disclaimer signed by its management on Wednesday.

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It said such petrol stations infringing on the NNPC retail brand are emerging in the south-west states of Ekiti, Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Osun and Oyo.

Wike threatens to dethrone Rivers traditional rulers

Rivers Governor Nyesom Wike has threatened to dethrone traditional rulers selling employment slots meant for their subjects.

The Governor also ordered the demolition of an illegal market along the Elele Alimini and Ahoada axis of the East-West Road in the state.

Wike directed everybody engaged in illegal activities in the area to quit because all structures in the marked places would be demolished from June 9, 2021.

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