Todays Headline:Bello Bans Use Of Facemasks, Shuts Brothels In Kogi; We’re On Red Alart—Ekiti Police


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Bello Bans Use Of Facemasks, Shuts Brothels In Kogi

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Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello has banned the sporting of facemasks in public places to ensure the right identification of people inside the state.

The governor disclosed this in an emergency security meeting in Lokoja on Tuesday.

Bello gave the order all through a gathering with all first and second-class typical rulers, along with native authorities council chairmen inside the state.

He urged all typical rulers to guard their space and ensured the entire nooks and crannies of their areas are cleansed.

“Ensuring peaceful coexistence in your domain is your exclusive responsibility. You have the exclusive responsibility to ensure that all nooks and crannies of your areas are free from criminality of all sorts,” said Bello.

We’re On Red Alert—Ekiti Police

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Police authorities in Ekiti State have disclosed that they aren’t taking with no consideration the alleged infiltration of the South-West by bandits and Boko Haram parts.

Police Commissioner, Ekiti State Command, Mr Morounkeji Adesina, who hinted this whereas speaking with journalists in Ado Ekiti, moreover said the command had stepped up intelligence spherical border cities.

Adesina, who spoke via the Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Sunday Abutu, said he had beefed up security in the entire border cities, in collaboration with sister corporations and native security architectures.

The chief of O’dua People’s Congress, Chief Gani Adams, had raised an alarm that the marauding bandits had infiltrated some sprawling forests in Oyo, Ondo and Osun States.

The police boss said the command was not treating the alert with disdain, no matter that it was nonetheless inside the realm of rumour and conjecture.


NFF Must Pay Me N157m With Interest—Rohr

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Former Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr, solely instructed PUNCH Sports Extra that the Nigeria Football Federation should pay him his wonderful wage with curiosity along with the current dollar payment following their delay in making the price.

The Franco-German was relieved of his job as a result of the Eagles gaffer ultimate December, following a group of underwhelming performances by the three-time African champions.

Despite strikes by the NFF to pay his wage until the highest of his contract, which should have expired in December, Rohr, the Eagles’ longest-serving coach took the case to world soccer physique FIFA, demanding an additional £1m for breach of contract “without just cause” nonetheless FIFA instead approved $377,879.46 (N155m as of December 2021 and N157m on the current official dollar to naira payment).

21 Killed, 5 Injured In Lagos, Cross River Auto Crashes

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Sixteen people have reportedly died and 5 others injured in an auto crash throughout the Alaro City, Epe house of Lagos State.

Daily Trust learnt that the crash, which occurred inside the early hours of Tuesday, involved two vehicles – a white Toyota Hummer commuter bus and an articulated truck conveying sand.

The passengers on board the bus had been said to be travelling from Lagos to a yet-to-be-ascertained trip spot.

It was gathered that the bus rammed into the truck from behind spherical 3am as a consequence of poor visibility.

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) confirmed the number of casualties to thought of one in all our correspondents.

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