Edo state intercept Trailer loaded with northernersfrom kano send them to isolation center.

Edo State Intercept Trailer Loaded With Northerners From Kano Send Them To Isolation Centre

A Trailer load of Northerners who hide and pretend to transport goods from KANO STATE were intercepted by security operatives today in Edo State.

The Trailer was checked and 60 persons among them tested POSITIVE for Corona-Virus.

A call was put to the Governor of Edo State, and he ordered that they should all be taken to IRRUA SPECIALIST TEACHING HOSPITAL (ISTH).

Recall that Kano has turned out to be a front line state from the deadly COVID-19 .

Edo residents have taken to their various social media handles prasing the governemnt for a swift response.

See how a resident responded to the discovery by the state security.

We thank Governor Obaseki for the swinging into action immediately as regard the Northerners who entered Edo state few hours ago.

After using 80 testing kits on them, both the Positive and the Negative will be returned to their State.

The Governor has made security made up of Police, Civil defense and Army that will escort them to Kogi and return back to Edo state.

The Governor of Kogi state has already been notified of the situation and they too are with a Standby Security in Kogi waiting for them to be escorted until they get to Kano state and isolated there immediately.

Funds for their feeding has also be made available by the State Government.

Kudos to the Governor once more

Source EdoFocus.

Picture. Cross Rivers State Border

EFCC Mark’s orji kalu Sun news paper and other properties for seizure

EFCC marks Orji Kalu’s Sun newspaper, properties after his conviction for N7.6bn fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), on Saturday, marked properties belonging to Orji Uzor Kalu, former Abia state governor.

Muhammed Idris, a judge of the federal high court in Ikoyi, sentenced the former governor to 12 years in prison for diverting N7 billion from the coffers of Abia state.

The judge also ordered that Kalu’s Slok Nigeria Limited be liquidated and assets forfeited to the federal government.

Wilson Uwujaren, spokesman of the EFCC,  said the marking is to ensure that the properties are not dissipated following the order of the court.

Kalu is the senator representing Abia north.

His trial began in 2007, but suffered countless adjournments until 2019.

Godiya Akwashiki, spokesman of the senate on December 8, said the seat of the convicted chief whip will not be declared vacant.

Below are photos.

Emmanuel Adebayor ex-girlfriend cries out,says she cant sleeps a night without a man-one Name for her!!

Dillish Mathews cries out, says she can’t sleep on a bed without a man amidst split with Adebayor.

Big Brother Africa reality TV star, Dillish Mathew has prayed to God to provide her with a man. This she did while making a video which shows how big her bed is.

According to Dillish Mathews, she only makes use of one side of the bed, which is why she is praying to God to bless her with a man to fill the other side.

Dillish Mathew said:

”Dear Jesus, I don’t wanna do this for very long. I’m too fly to sleep alone. I only sleep on one side of the bed. So, when I’m making my bed up, I don’t have to make that side up. We need a man here, cos I’m too fly to be sleeping alone”.

This is coming just a few days after the breakup between her and Togolese footballer, Emmanuel Adebayor, was confirmed.

The news was confirmed by both of them on social media, with Adebayor saying he would no longer visit Namibia where Dillish Mathews is from.

On her own part, Dillish Mathews insinuated that Adebayor may have been a childish man which is why they broke up.

EKWEREMADU beatings-charles soludo Warned Igbo leaders about this 3years ago

Ekweremadu Beating: Soludo Warned Igbo Leaders About This Three Years Ago

A former Central Bank Governor, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo about three years, warned Igbo leaders to take the issues of restructuring, debate on Biafra and other matters affecting the South East geopolitical zone seriously, to avoid been violently confronted by the youths in the nearest future.

Soludo gave the warning on Thursday, September 29, 2016 while reviewing a book titled THE POLITICS OF BIAFRA AND THE FUTURE OF NIGERIA written by a former House of Representatives member, Chike Ofodille.

He stated that it was necessary for Igbo elite, intelligentsia and leaders of thought, to sit down and commence the debate on whether or not Biafra should be, instead of playing Hyde and Jekyll on the matter.

According to Soludo, the situation of things in the South East was becoming worse, especially insecurity, adding that there was a need for Igbo leaders to chat proper cause for young people who are agitating for separation rather than pretending that there was no problem.

Soludo said that Igbo elites, especially politicians would be deceiving themselves if they continue to think they can use the youths for political negotiation in Abuja, only to dump them to their ugly fate, adding that “those young people are not stupid,” and may go after anybody they consider as saboteur, even for holding a different view.

He also used the occasion to call on President Muhammadu Buhari to release from detention, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, saying his further incaceration would help to make him more heroic among his followers.

You can watch the video of Soludo’s warning here.

Area Boys fight for alleged distribution of money for votes in Lagos.

Area Boys Fight Over Alleged Distribution Of Money For Votes In Lagos

Some eligible voters in Lagos State may shun the March 9, Governorship and State House of Assembly elections due to fear of attack by thugs. Area Boys fight over the alleged distribution of money for votes at a polling unit in Alagomeji-Yaba in Lagos on February 23, 2019. – Nigerians voted for a new president after a week-long delay that has raised political tempers, sparked conspiracy claims and stoked fears of violence. Some 120,000 polling stations opened from 0700 GMT, although there were delays in the delivery of some materials and deployment of staff.

 A cross section of traders at the popular Lagos market, Alaba International, said on Thursday that following the attack on some of their members during the Feb. 23 Presidential and National Assembly elections, they were not likely to participate in Saturday’s elections. Mr Chima Achike, spokesman of F line in the market, said though majority of them were eligible voters, they would not, however, want to risk their lives for any election. “Our people were attacked in the last election for expressing their rights to vote for a candidate of their choice by political thugs who perceived that they were voting against their own choice candidates and party.

“Instead of going out to vote on Saturday, our members that I spoke with have expressed indifference about it, citing the Feb. 23 incident as reason,’’ he said. The traders’ spokesman, who condemned election violence and voter apathy, however, said that there was no general circular from the market leaders and associations for people to stay away, but response and opinion of traders were tending towards political apathy. March 9: Anambra Govt appeals to residents to come out en-masse In his remark, Mr Augustine Chiduele, an electrical equipment merchant, said that one of his relations escaped being lynched by the whiskers during the national polls.

“Although it was strenuous for me to cast my vote during the Feb. 23 election, now that violence has been added to the whole thing, it is no longer fun to vote,’’ Chiduele said. NAN reports that the commissioner of police in Lagos State, Mr Zubairu Muazu, had assured all ethnic and law abiding social and economic groups in the state of their safety. Muazu, however, warned those he described as initiators and distributors of fake news to stop causing unnecessary tension. He said that the command had provided adequate security for all persons in Lagos State. “Let me re-emphasise that Lagos State is peaceful and Lagosians are peace-loving people.

“There is no tribe or community under threat in any part of the state. Our patrol and surveillance are intensified. “We have reviewed and redoubled our strategies to ensure a peaceful conduct of Governorship and State House of Assembly Elections come March 9. “I call on Lagosians to support the police to serve them better by being vigilant and report any suspicious movement or persons to the police,” Muazu said. NAN also reports that the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Sen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has expressed concern over the low turn-out of voters recorded in the state during the Feb. 23 elections; going by the number of registered voters in the state. While appealing to people to come out enmass to cast their votes on March 9, Tinubu, however, cautioned against election violence. (NAN)

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