Tuesday, 14 January 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Lagos CP Moves to ban unregistered vehicles come February 13

The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Umar Manko, has begun plans to stop the unlawful use of unregistered vehicles on the roads in the state. He frowned at the way and manner at which vehicle road users violate laws of the land by operating their vehicles on Lagos roads without registration.
While calling on motorists to make sure their vehicles are adequately registered, he said the Command would only give a grace of one month with effect from January 13.  Manko said after the expiration of the one month grace, the command would be left with no option than to commence a thorough clampdown on offenders and violators charged to court.

Eat Your Heart Out Femi Kayode, Tukur Dey Kampe!!!

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Bamanga Tukur

Rising against the backdrop of the rumour that he had voluntarily resigned, the national chairman of People's Democratic Party, Bamanga Tukur, this night refuted such claims. His disclaimer was shown on NTA during their network news few minutes back. So here's to Femi FANI Kayode and several others who tweeted this false rumour; BAMANGA TUKUR IS STILL THE NATIONAL CHAIRMAN OF PDP. 

Navy Seizes Tanker Vessels with N2.4bn Crude Oil

Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Dele Ezeoba
The Central Naval Command of the Nigerian Navy has seized two vessels loaded with crude oil worth over N2.4billiion and also arrested 21 suspects  over crude oil theft. Confirming this, the Flag Officer Commanding, CNC, Rear Admiral Sidi-Ali Usman, said the seized vessels were impounded at Agbami Oil Field and Ebi creeks, Southern Ijaw Local Government Area  of  Bayelsa State.

He sad said although the suspects were all Nigerians, they did not have the permits for crude oil lifting, adding that they could not tender  relevant  documents from the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) for the required bunkering permit and  NNPC nomination  for crude oil lifting.

Again, Suicide Bomber Kills 17 in Maiduguri

At least, 17 persons were killed when suspected suicide bomber detonated bomb at the popular GSM Market near the Post Office in Maiduguri on Tuesday. The incident occurred at about 2p.m. shortly after the Zuhur prayers and has since been confirmed by Alhaji Lawan Tanko, Commissioner of Police in the State. The blast occurred at the GSM market after a suicide bomber driving in a firewood seller’s vehicle detonated his bomb around 1p.m.