Court Sentences 2 to Death Over Phone, Handbag Robbery

[Daily Trust] Awka -Two persons have been sentenced to death by hanging or firing squad by an Ihiala High Court Two over handset and handbag robbery in Eziama Uli, in Ihiala local government Area of Anambra state.

[Daily Trust] Awka -Two persons have been sentenced to death by hanging or firing squad by an Ihiala High Court Two over handset and handbag robbery in Eziama Uli, in Ihiala local government Area of Anambra state.

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87-Year-Old Woman Pleads Guilty, Remanded in Prison for Drug Trafficking

[Premium Times] A Federal High Court in Lagos, on Thursday, remanded an 87-year-old woman, Maria Agbomabiwon, in prison custody for dealing in 10.3 kg of Marijuana.

[Premium Times] A Federal High Court in Lagos, on Thursday, remanded an 87-year-old woman, Maria Agbomabiwon, in prison custody for dealing in 10.3 kg of Marijuana.

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We Don’t Arrest People, We Only Win Elections – Ruling Party

[Premium Times] The ruling All Progressives Congress has told the opposition Peoples Democratic Party to leave it out of the travails of its members who have issues with law enforcement agencies.

[Premium Times] The ruling All Progressives Congress has told the opposition Peoples Democratic Party to leave it out of the travails of its members who have issues with law enforcement agencies.

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Court Orders Interim Forfeiture of Ikoyi Property Where $43.3 Million Was Found

[Premium Times] Justice Saliu Saidu of a Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday ordered the temporary forfeiture to the Federal Government of Flat 7B, Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos.

[Premium Times] Justice Saliu Saidu of a Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday ordered the temporary forfeiture to the Federal Government of Flat 7B, Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos.

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Over Half Under Five Nigerian Children Risk Growing Abnormally – Expert

[Premium Times] Over 60 per cent of under five Nigerian children stand the risk of not developing appropriately due to poor nutrition, a UNICEF Education specialist, Swadchet Sanky has said.

[Premium Times] Over 60 per cent of under five Nigerian children stand the risk of not developing appropriately due to poor nutrition, a UNICEF Education specialist, Swadchet Sanky has said.

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