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How a Lady Slaps Female Police Inspector At A Police Station

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A 30-year old lady, Ayomide Olatunji, did the unthinkable at a Police Station in Lagos by slapping a female Police Inspector, Modupe Francis, while on duty and dared the consequences in the presence of other Police officers.

P.M.EXPRESS reports that the incident happened at Ejigbo Police Division, Lagos, where Modupe Francis is serving as an investigative officer.
The slapping incident shocked everyone present at the Police Station including the victim, Modupe, who was performing her lawful duty at the station when the incident happened.

It was gathered that the lady, Ayomide Olatunde, had issue with her neighbour, who then reported to the Police and she was invited over to the Police Station in order to resolve the matter.
However, while the matter was being resolved, Ayomide kept shouting on top of her voice and the officer, Modupe, was said to have cautioned her but she rather became more angry and gave her dirty slaps.

The victim’s face got swollen and she was taken to an undisclosed hospital for treatment while Ayomide was immediately arrested. She was later charged before the Ejigbo Magistrates Court for assault.
She pleaded not guilty before the Court.

The prosecutor, Supol Kenneth Asibor, then asked the Court to give a date for hearing since she pleaded not guilty for the Police to prove that she was actually committed the offence.
The Presiding Magistrate, Mr. T.O.Shomade, granted her bail in the sum of N50, 000 with one surety in like sum.

She was remanded in prison custody pending when she will perfect her bail conditions. The matter was adjourned till 6th April, 2020.

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Turukun Chiefdom: Two years after, Royal Father Calls For Peaceful Coexistence

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By Emma Peter, Abuja

The Aguma Bassa of Turunku Chiefdom in Toto Local Government Area of Nasarawa State, HRH Dr. David Wodi Tukura, has called for peaceful coexistence and also assured the return of Bassa ethnic group to their ancestral home.

The Royal Father made the call in his two years anniversary speech made available to journalists through his Senior Special Assistant on media and publicity, Mallam Jibreel Gimba, in Abuja.

HRH Dr. David Tukura, expressed his profound gratitude to His Excellency, Distinguished Senator Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, for prevailing against all odds, pronounced the take-off of Turunku Chiefdom by naming him as the First Aguma of Bassa. Also to correct the gross historical injustices that the Bassa Nation had suffered.

The statement read in parts; “Two years ago, on a day like this May 28th, 2019, the Government of Nasarawa State under the leadership of His Excellency, Distinguished Senator Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, prevailing against all odds, pronounced the take-off of Turunku Chiefdom by naming my humble self Dr David Wodi Tukura as the First Aguma of Bassa. The pronouncement came as an unexpected and big surprise to the Bassa Community who had almost lost hope in the actualization of Turunku Chiefdom since its provision by Edict No.4 of 1998 by the Military Administration of Colonel Bala Muhammadu Mande.

“On a day like this, I would first of all like to thank God Almighty for His grace, kindness and mercy for blessing me and the Bassa people with this remarkable favor of actualizing our dream during our lifetime and also honoring me with the title of being the First Paramount Aguma of this great Chiefdom. Words could not express the joy I felt for the restoration of Paramountcy in Bassa since the last Bassa Paramount rulers at Kereku were undermined during the invasions of 1833 and later in 1900 during the British Conquest. In this regard, I want to express my sincere gratitude and that of all my subjects to His Excellency and Distinguished Senator Tanko Al-Makura for taking the bold step to correct the gross historical injustices that the Bassa Nation had suffered. The Bassa Community of Toto LGA and indeed Nigeria will never forget you.

“Despite the fact that Turunku Chiefdom was Actualized while the Bassa Community was in exile in 1998 and also despite its staggered take-off twenty years later in 2019, the Bassa Nation has continued to witness unprecedented progress. We are witnessing human capital development in proportion we have never seen before. We have also become effective participants in a globalized world. Our greatest prayer now is to get our people resettled back to their ancestral Homeland under conditions of a peaceful, transition program and adequate security. Let peace therefore become our watchword; for, to live a day in peace, is better than to live a hundred days in war.

“My dear People, I want to thank you for your wonderful support. Your sense of loyalty and duty has been overwhelming. Despite the few voices of dissent among us, all of Bassa has firmly resolved to live in peace with their neighbours. This is a decision we all jointly took in our interest to safeguard the future of our children. Therefore, I want to tell you that each and everyone of you is important. We are stronger together. What lies ahead of us, is greater than what we have left behind. Let us therefore, cherish and maintain the bond and spirit of brotherhood so that we can bequeath to the coming generations the enviable culture and tradition of the Bassa People which we acquired and inherited from our ancestors.

“I would like to seize this opportunity to call on our beloved youths not to relent in their pursuit of a better life wherever they are by acquiring both higher education and modern skills to enable them compete with all their counterparts from all walks of life in any corner of the globe”, it said.

The Aguma however, reiterated his commitment to ensure a peaceful return of Bassa ethnic extraction to their fatherland in no distance time. Charging them to remain calm and law abiding citizens, that God’s time is the best for their return.

“I want to assure you that soon, we shall once again taste the sweet waters of our streams, listen to the resounding echoes from our valleys, sing the songs of our mothers and dance to the thundering drums of our noble ancestors”.

He equally thanked the His Excellency Engr. A. A Sule, the Executive Governor of Nasarawa State, for his commitment and for initiating dialogue and peace process in Toto Local Government Area through championing negotiations for the peaceful return of Bassa.

“I want to thank His Excellency Engr A.A Sule for the peace process he has initiated in Toto Local Government Area through championing negotiations for our peaceful return. We humbly ask that the process be invigorated as the hunger to return back home is getting more intense than ever.

“My dear Bassa People, stay the course of peace. Keep the faith. God’s time is always the best! Thank you very much and God bless the great Bassa Nation,” it added.

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Kagara Students’ Abduction: FG Delegation, IGP Adamu, Others Storm Niger State

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PHOTOS: FG Delegation, IGP, Others In Niger State Following Students’ Abduction

A Federal Government delegation including National Security Adviser (NSA) Mohammed Babagana Monguno and the Inspector General of

Police (IGP) Mohammed Adamu are currently in Minna, Niger State capital.

Also part of the delegation is the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed; Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola; and the Minister of Police Affairs, Muhammad Maigari Dingyadi.

The delegation is in Niger State as efforts to rescue the abducted students of the Government Science College, Kagara, Niger State, intensify.

President Muhammadu Buhari has also dispatched to Minna, Niger State a delegation team of security chiefs to coordinate the rescue operation and meet with state officials, community leaders, as well as parents and staff of the College.

Some gunmen had earlier on Wednesday morning gained access to the school around 2:00 am, dressed in military uniform, shooting sporadically into the air.

The school principal who escaped from the attack confirmed to Channels Television that the operation started from the staff quarters where they abducted members of staff including a couple before they gained access to the students’ hostels.

Other sources say some students escaped after the raid while a headcount is being conducted at the school to ascertain the actual number of missing students.

See photos of the Federal Government delegation in Minna below:

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Tension as Herdsmen kill Cousin to Akeredolu’s Aide in Ajowa Akoko

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Report there is a palpable tension, as a 48year-old farmer, Dayo Festus Ibiye has been killed inside his farm at Ajowa Akoko, in Akoko northwest local government area of ondo state today by unknown herdsmen.

Festus was a cousin to Gani Muhammed-Ajowa, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) on New media to Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu.

Confirming the incident on his Facebook page and obtained by Sharpernews.com, Gani posted, “fulani herders just killed my first cousin on his farm in Ajowa.

He was said to have been strangulated to death by the herders for preventing them from grazing on his farm.

When contacted, the spokesman of the Ondo state police Command, Mr Tee-Leo Ikoro confirmed the incident, saying investigation had started.

The deceased left behind one wife and seven children.

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