In Kebbi: NDLEA nabs trans-border trafficker with 280kg assorted drugs

A suspected fake security agent, Basiru Ibrahim, who specialises in trafficking illicit drugs from Benin Republic through Lagos to Sokoto State, has been arrested with 280 kilogrammes of skunkweed and Diazepam in the Northwest state.

The suspect was caught at about 8.30pm on April 3 conveying 140kg of skunkweed and another 140kg of Diazepam in his personal Peugeot 406 saloon car with registration number Lagos KSF 60 BE at Kingakwai checkpoint, Kamba, Dandi Local Government Area of Kebbi State.

According to the state Commander of the NDLEA, Peter Odaudu, the claim by the 38-year-old suspect to being a senior official of the Sokoto State Command of a law enforcement agency was still being investigated.

During interrogation, the suspect confessed to trafficking drugs three times in the past from Benin Republic for a notorious dealer known as Queen.

Meanwhile, attempts by another trafficker to smuggle 2,800 bottles of diverse cough syrups into Abuja have been thwarted by operatives of the NDLEA in Suleja, Niger State, where they recovered 1,020 bottles of CS cough syrup with codeine, 390 bottles of CSP cough syrup with codeine and 1,390 bottles of barcadin cough syrup with codeine.

The Commander, Niger State Command of the agency, Haruna Kwetishe, said the illicit substances meant for drug joints in Abuja were procured from Onitsha, Anambra State and diverted to Morada market motor park in Suleja to avoid security scrutiny in Abuja.

A 27-year-old Ezema Sunday, who was to take delivery of the consignment, was arrested on Tuesday, April 7, 2021 along with another suspect, Nehemiah Isa, who was caught with 1.3kgs of cannabis and seven grammes of Nitrazepam. Theguardianng

4 Bandit Leaders Surrender In Katsina, Give Up Machine Guns

Four bandit leaders on Thursday said they have denounced their illegal activities in Katsina state and surrendered 45 rustled cattle, two General Purpose machine guns, 24 AK 47 assault rifles, 109 GMPG ammunition, 95 7.62MM Live Ammunition, among others.

Katsina State is one of the regions worst hit by the activities of bandits across the country.

Last December, bandits kidnapped over 300 pupils from a boy’s secondary boarding school in Kankara, about two-hour drive from the state capital, Katsina.
The boys were released within a week after successful negotiations with the kidnappers, the Katsina government said.

It is not yet clear whether the bandits who surrendered on Thursday were granted amnesty.

The Federal Government has rejected the notion of amnesty for bandits but some state governments, especially those in the North-West, have been quite open to the idea.

Unconditional surrender

The four bandit leaders were identified as Sale Turwa, Mani Turwa, Ado Sarki, and Sani Mai-Daji and were reportedly residing in the thick forest of Illela in Safana Local Government Area of Katsina State.

The State Commissioner of Police, CP Sanusi Buba disclosed this in a press conference held at the command headquarters, Katsina.

Buba explained that their surrender is part of the Katsina State Police Command’s effort in the ongoing onslaught against banditry, armed robbery, kidnapping, and other forms of crimes and criminality in the state.

He further explained that it’s also in line with Federal Government’s directive to all security agencies to clamp down on all marauding bandits in the forest, until either they are arrested, neutralized, or forced to surrender.

The police chief said the bandits came forward unconditionally.
“It became absolutely imperative at this juncture, to warn other recalcitrant bandits, who refuse to surrender, that nobody has a monopoly of violence and that government is mightier than any person or group of persons,” Buba said.

“The Nigeria Police Force and indeed other sister security agencies will leave no stone unturned in isolating and dealing decisively with any individual or group of unrepentant bandits that refused to surrender and keep hibernating in the forest.

“The Command wishes to assure the good people of the state that banditry and other crimes will soon be history as the Security Forces are on top of the situation.

“Members of the public are hereby enjoined to partner with the security agencies by providing useful information that will lead to the arrest of bandits and their collaborators, please.”

One of the repented leaders, Ado Sarki said: “We sat and discovered that what we were doing was not good after buying large catch of arms to protect our cattle and defend ourselves.

“We hereby surrendered and distance ourselves from various bandits groups in the forest. We have nothing to do with these arms. I promised and pledged to assist security agencies in an effort to fight anyone who’s not ready to repent.” ChannelsTv

Church Of England Set To Return 2 Benin Bronzes To Nigeria

The Church of England in the United Kingdom has promised to return two Benin Bronzes to Nigeria as the row over the repatriation of African treasures continues to grow.

Lambeth Palace said it is “currently in discussions” about the return of the works which were given as gifts to then Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie almost 40 years ago.

They are likely to end up at the planned Edo Museum of West African Art which is being built in Benin City specifically to showcase the treasures of the African kingdom which is in present day Nigeria.

Benin was attacked by British troops in 1897 with around 5,000 works of art plundered and spread across the globe which are now being tracked by an online project gathering information about them.

A Lambeth Palace spokeswoman said: “We have recently been contacted by the Digital Benin project at the MARKK (Hamburg) who enquired about our collection of gifts at Lambeth Palace and if we had received any Benin kingdom objects as gifts over the years.

“In response, we have confirmed to the Digital Benin project that we have two bronze busts, given to us by the Benin kingdom in 1982. These were gifted to Archbishop Robert Runcie by His Excellency Chief (Prof.) Ambrose F. Alli and the University of Nigeria, Nuskka.

“We have offered for the two busts to be included in the Digital Benin project and eventually, returned to our friends in Edo, Nigeria where they may remain. We are currently in discussions with the EMOWAA, via the Legacy Restoration Trust, to arrange this.”

The move comes amid growing pressure on institutions to return looted works of arts with the Horniman Museum in Forest Hill – one of the latest to take steps to potentially hand back exhibits.

The museum worked with Nigerian Londoners to develop its policy and says it is open to the “possible return” of objects “acquired at different times and under a range of circumstances, some of which would not be appropriate today, such as through force or other forms of duress”.

The Horniman statement went on to say “We understand that for some communities – whether in countries of origin or in the diaspora -- the retention of some specific objects, natural specimens or human remains is experienced as an ongoing hurt or injustice.”

Demands for the restitution of exhibits to their original countries is one of the biggest issues facing London’s major museums.

In 2017, French President Emmanuel Macron said he wanted African artefacts held in French museums to be returned and a report recommended everything taken “without consent” during the French colonial era should be returned permanently.

In 2019, the National Army Museum agreed to return a lock of hair cut from the head of an Ethiopian emperor in its collection.

The hair was taken from the body of Tewodros II who killed himself when the British invaded in 1868, rather than be taken prisoner. It was returned to the Ethiopian government to bury along with the rest of his body. Saharareporters

Europa League: Mikel Arteta given Arsenal sack warning after 1-1 draw with Slavia Prague

Arsenal legend, Martin Keown, has warned Mikel Arteta that he is in the danger of losing his job, following a 1-1 draw with Slavia Prague on Thursday.

The Gunners took the lead through Nicolas Pepe with four minutes left, but conceded a late equalizer in their Europa League quarter-final first leg at home.
Keown has now warned that Arteta is in danger of being sacked if things continue to go against Arsenal.

He said on BT Sport: “Hugely disappointing and really it’s going to be difficult now for Arteta.

“He’s made a lot of changes at the football club, a lot of people have been allowed to go, and this is his team now, essentially.

“There have been a lot of problems at Arsenal over a number of years, certain players coming in and out at the football club, so it’s not all at his doorstep.

“But he’s in charge now, and he’s not quite getting the reaction out of the team.
“He was disappointed at the end there. He’s encouraging people to play, then at the end when he doesn’t want them to play, it’s a mixed message, isn’t it?
“They’ve got to do the right things at the right times and they’re making sloppy mistakes and it cost them tonight.” Dailypost

50-Year-Old Prophet Arrested For Raping Teenage Church Member In Ogun

One Tayo Shobowale has been arrested by men of Ogun State Police Command for raping a 17-year-old girl in the state.

The victim is a member of the Cherubim and Seraphim Church, Oke-Igbala where Shobowale is said to be a prophet in the Ifo area of the state, the police said on Thursday.

Abimbola Oyeyemi, the Police Public Relations Officer in Ogun, confirmed the arrest of the 50-year-old suspect in a statement.

He noted that the suspect was apprehended following a report lodged at the Family Support Unit of the Police Area Command in Otta by the victim.

Accompanied by her mother to the station, the victim reported that the prophet invited her to the church for prayer sometime in March 2021.

He was alleged to have taken advantage of the victim being alone with him in the church and forcefully had carnal knowledge of her.

After the illicit affair, according to the victim, the prophet ordered her to take a spiritual bath in the church with a spiritually prepared candle, which he used to rub her body.

“Since then, the victim complained that she has been having spiritual attacks which always make her fall down and remain unconscious for hours.

“Upon the report, the Area Commander Ota, ACP Muhideen Obe, detailed his Family Support Unit to the scene where the randy prophet was promptly arrested,” the statement read.

On interrogation, the suspect was said to have initially denied the allegations but could not absolve himself of the allegations when he was confronted by the victim.
Condemning the incident, the Commissioner of Police in Ogun, Edward Ajogun, ordered a thorough investigation of the case.

He also directed that the suspect be charged to court as soon as the investigation was concluded. ChannelsTv

Cholera kills over 25 in Bayelsa as state records over 300 cases

No fewer than 25 persons have reportedly died from cholera outbreak in 30 communities in Bayelsa State, with over 300 cases reported across the state.

Although the actual death toll was still unknown yesterday, sources from the Ministry of Health confirmed that over 25 persons had died after the 19 victims released by Commissioner for Health, Dr. Newton Igwele on Tuesday.

A statement signed by Igwele in Yenagoa revealed that Rapid Response Teams (RRT) have been established in the councils to ensure active surveillance and response to any case of acute gastroenteritis or suspected cholera.

While Governor Douye Diri had purchased Oral Cholera Vaccines (OCV) to contain the spread of the decease, he explained that the state, in partnership with the WHO, had also sent vaccines to council headquarters and healthcare facilities to manage the outbreak of cholera.

“Communities reporting cases of cholera have had commodities for containment of the outbreak distributed to them and this is still ongoing, as we receive more reports and increase search on active cases,” he stated.

MEANWHILE, as part of efforts to tackle the health challenges, the state government had declared its readiness to develop a 10-year road map to improve healthcare systems performance through strategic planning and stakeholders engagement.

However, the state Ministry of Health has perfected plans to host health experts from the United Nation agencies, donors, development partners and private sector to a three-day health summit in Yenagoa.

Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire, will be the guest of honour, while President, Commonwealth Medical Association, Dr. Osahon Enabulele, will be keynote speaker.
Igwele, who disclosed this in Yenagoa at a pre-event briefing, said the summit was aimed at achieving universal health coverage through strengthened primary healthcare and financing through expanding the health insurance system.

Chairman of the planning committee and Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital (NDUTH), Prof. Dimie Ogoina, said the summit would help to develop a road map that would serve as a working document.

He said medical experts and other relevant agencies would discuss core issues on improving the healthcare system in the three-day programme scheduled for April 19 and 21, 2021. Theguardianng

Europa League: Bruno Fernandes finished Granada game with one eye – Ole Solskjaer

Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has said Bruno Fernandes scored his late penalty against Granada with only one eye.

The Red Devils took control of their Europa League quarter-final tie with a 2-0 win in Spain.

Marcus Rashford opened scoring in the first half, before Fernandes extended their advantage late in the game.

Paul Scholes, working as a pundit for BT Sport, claimed United were lucky to be awarded the 90th minute penalty, after Yan Brice was adjudged to have caught Fernandes in the face.

But Solskjaer, speaking after the game, said the clash was serious enough to close up one of Fernandes’ eyes.

“I haven’t seen it [the incident], I’ve just seen his eye when he came off, he got hit.
“Mike Phelan was sat behind me in the dugout and said he took one in the face. His eye is red and to score with one eye open is also a skill,” Solskjaer said. Dailypost

Troops rescue five abducted Kaduna college students – Army

Troops of I Division FCC Nigerian Army has  rescued five of the students of the  College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka, Kaduna who were kidnapped by bandits on March 11, Army Headquarters says.

The Director, Army Public Relations, Brig.-Gen. Mohammed Yerima, disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday in Abuja.

Yerima gave the names of the rescued students as Abubakar Yakubu, Francis Paul, Obadiya Habakkuk, Amina Yusuf and Maryam Danladi.

He said the rescued students are currently receiving medical attention in a military facility in Kaduna.

According to him, the General Officer Commanding (GOC) I Division, Nigerian Army, Maj.-Gen Danjuma Alli-Keffi, has commended the troops for their effort.

“He charged them not to rest on their oars until all kidnap victims are rescued and returned to their families,” he said. (NAN)


Nepal Hit By Worst Wildfires In Almost A Decade

Nepal is experiencing its worst fire season in almost a decade, officials said Tuesday, as huge blazes rage across the country’s forests, engulfing the Himalayan nation in a shroud of brownish haze.

Air quality in the capital Kathmandu was ranked on Tuesday as the worst in the world, according to monitoring site IQAir, with some international flights delayed as thick smoke blanketed the city.

“The highest number of wildfires have been reported this season since records of such incidents were maintained nine years ago,” the spokesman for Nepal’s National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority, Uddav Prasad Rijal, told AFP.
Firefighters were working to bring the flames under control, officials said.

More than 2,700 wildfires have been reported in Nepal since November, 14 times higher than in the same period last year, the government said.

Rijal said the winter season between November and February was drier than usual, increasing the risk. The wildfire season starts in November and lasts until the onset of the monsoon in June.

Farmers were also burning parts of forested land to grow grass to feed their livestock, Rijal added.

In Bara district in southern Nepal, a villager said his home had been “choking in smoke” for a week as fire raged in a local forest.

“It was the worst wildfire I have seen in my life. There has to be a system to control it better,” Bharat Ghale, 60, said.

Climate expert Madhukar Upadhya said it was “inevitable” that there would be more wildfires as Nepal’s winters become drier as a result of climate change.

“Work needs to be done to reduce the risk of fires at community level and they (communities) have to be equipped to mitigate it when a wildfire occurs,” Upadhya told AFP.

Last week, schools were shut for four days after air quality reached hazardous levels.


PSG star, Neymar banned for 2 games

Paris Saint-Germain forward, Neymar, has been suspended for two matches, following his red card against Lille last Saturday.

This means the Brazilian international will not feature for PSG when they tackle Strasbourg this weekend and Saint-Etienne on April 18, the Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP) has announced.

Neymar was sent off during PSG’s 1-0 home defeat following an altercation with Lille defender, Tiago Djalo, who was also dismissed.

Neymar and Djalo were given three-match bans, but with one of those games suspended.

PSG’s defeat against Lille means Mauricio Pochettino’s men are now three points behind Christophe Galtier’s side on the Ligue 1 table.

Meanwhile, Neymar was impressive for PSG in their Champions League quarter-final first leg 3-2 victory against Bayern Munich on Wednesday night.

The former Barcelona star gave assists to Kylian Mbappe and Marquinhos during the encounter against Bayern. Dailypost

Africa: Abductors of Andoni monarch release video

Barely one week after the traditional ruler of Ikuru town, in Andoni Local Government Area of Rivers State, King Aaron Miller regained freedom from his abductors, a video has surfaced online with reasons why the royal father was kidnapped.

The video showed two masked armed men with Ak-47 rifles in a forest guarding the monarch while he was forced to read their list of demands.

The gunmen, in the note, disclosed that the monarch was kidnapped because the chiefs and elders of Andoni failed to make peace among the rival groups in the area.

They stated that the youths are not happy with the chiefs, elders and politicians in the area over their inability to provide employment for the jobless persons, whereas there are oil wells operated by over five oil companies in Andoni.

The gunmen further demanded that the government should provide equal opportunities to all without bias or political affiliation.

Part of it read: “We condemn indiscriminate arrest of Andoni youths and unfortunate killings in the area. With the sense of urgency, the chiefs, politicians and elders should address these matters, otherwise, there will be killings of chiefs and politicians in Andoni.”

After King Miller read the demands, one of the hoodlums behind the camera warned that no one would be spared if they failed to make peace in the community.

He said: “If the politicians refuse to make peace, nobody would be spared. We will visit the chiefs, politicians and elders one by one, and whatever you see, you take.”
Responding, King Miller assured that peace would be pursued with vigour in Andoni as soon as he regains freedom.

The Police Public Relations Officer of the state command, Nnamdi Omoni, on March 28, 2021, confirmed the release of King Miller, whom he said was rescued in a forest in Abissa community in Akuku Toru Local Council of the state, where he was held captive for five weeks. Theguardianng

Indonesia readies hospital ships for cyclone survivors

Indonesia’s navy readied hospital ships Wednesday to help treat injured survivors of a cyclone that has killed about 160 in the archipelago and neighbouring East Timor, as fears grow over coronavirus outbreaks in cramped evacuation shelters.

Helicopters were also dropping food and other essentials into remote villages, while sniffer dogs were deployed to search for the dozens still missing after weekend floods and landslides devastated the Southeast Asian nations.

Torrential rains from Tropical Cyclone Seroja, one of the most destructive storms to hit the region in years, turned small communities into wastelands of mud and uprooted trees, sending thousands fleeing to shelters.

The storm swept buildings in some villages down a mountainside and to the shore of the ocean on Indonesia’s Lembata island.

Dozens were killed on Adonara island, where Sugeng lost his 20-year-old daughter when a wall of water tore into his family’s home. Her body was later found on a beach.

“She was trying to hold on to a cupboard but the current was so strong that she lost her grip,” said the 60-year-old, who like many Indonesians goes by one name.
“I’m devastated.”

‘Everything is gone’

The hospital ships were due to leave for the storm-hit region from Jakarta and Semarang, a city east of Indonesia’s capital, said Raditya Jati, spokesman for the disaster agency.

The agency also said sniffer dogs would hunt through mountains of debris and rubble for the bodies of more than 70 still-missing victims — and any survivors.

“It was very scary because we’ve only seen that kind of scene on TV before, but now we experienced it,” mother-of-two Maria Herlina Tula said of the flooding.
“Our home is flooded and everything in it is gone.”

More than 120 people have been listed as dead in a remote cluster of islands at the eastern end of the Indonesian archipelago.

Some three dozen people were killed in East Timor — a tiny half-island nation of 1.3 million sandwiched between Indonesia and Australia that is officially known as Timor-Leste.

Timor authorities have not said how many people are missing.

Its capital Dili was inundated, with the front of its presidential palace transformed into a mud pit.

The cyclone was moving toward the west coast of Australia, where it could make landfall by early next week.

Virus fears

Rescuers have spent the past few days using diggers and shovels to extract mud-covered corpses from the debris.

Hospitals, bridges and thousands of homes were damaged or destroyed by the storm.

Authorities in both countries were also battling to avoid Covid-19 outbreaks in crammed evacuation shelters.

Indonesia’s disaster agency said it would distribute 500,000 rupiah ($35) to homeless families so they could secure rental accommodation instead of seeking refuge at makeshift shelters.

“This is to prevent the spread of Covid-19 infections,” said disaster agency chief Doni Monardo.

“We must avoid crowds inside the tents.”

A cargo plane was to leave Jakarta for the disaster-struck region with about 100,000 face masks, virus test kits as well as prepared food and blankets for survivors, Monardo added.

Fatal landslides and flash floods are common across the Indonesian archipelago during the rainy season, with deforestation often the cause, environmentalists say.

The disaster agency has estimated that 125 million Indonesians — nearly half of the country’s population — live in areas at risk of landslides.


UCL: Julian Draxler names best player in the world following PSG’s 3-2 win over Bayern Munich

Julian Draxler has said that his Paris Saint-Germain teammate, Kylian Mbappe has ‘quality like no-one else in the world.’

Draxler said this after Mbappe netted twice to help the French champions to a memorable 3-2 win over Bayern Munich in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday night.

Mbappe opened the scoring for the visitors and Marquinhos made it 2-0, but Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Thomas Muller had equalised for Bayern before Mbappe netted again.

PSG now have a huge advantage going into the second leg in France with three away goals and Draxler had no doubts who they had to thank for the fine win.
He said the prolific Frenchman possesses quality that no other player in the world can match.

“That’s what [Mbappé] is there for because he has quality like no-one else in the world,” Draxler told reporters after the game.

“We need his speed. At the moment, he has chances and he scores. That’s really important for us, especially against this Bayern side.”

The Germans had 31 shots at goal and Draxler praised the efforts of the entire team as they miraculously kept Bayern down to just two goals. Dailypost

Ondo university lecturer found dead in his car

A lecturer at the Department of Earth Sciences in Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo state, Dr Olatunde Adegbuyi has reportedly been found dead in his car.

The cause of his death remains unknown at the time of filing this report.

A source in the university however told the Vanguard that the late Dr Adegbuyi who recently retired from the institution was however engaged on contract.

Vanguard gathered that his dead body was discovered by residents who noticed his lifeless body in the car parked along Permanent site road in Akungba.

He was said to be hale and hearty when he was seen that Wednesday morning before his demise

A source told newsmen that ” It was a passer-by that first saw him and noticed that he was in the car and his head had dropped and his other body was not moving.
“The person quickly raised the alarm to call the attention of the other residents. On getting there it was discovered that the lecturer has ‘gone. ”

The spokesperson of the state police command, Tee-Leo Ikoro, confirmed the death of the university lecturer.

Ikoro said the investigation had commenced into the matter.

According to him ” When our men got there, it was discovered that there was no sign that the deceased was touched.

” lt is the doctor’s report that could reveal the actual cause of his death.
Ikoro added that “The deceased is over 70 years old”

Contacted, the Head of Media and Protocol of the AAUA, Victor Akinpelumi, also confirmed the development.

Akinpelumi said the deceased was a former lecturer in the university having retired recently.

He said that the university management has commiserated with his family. Vanguardngr

Dangote Remains Africa’s Richest, Adenuga And Rabiu In Top Six

Three of Nigeria’s richest persons made it to the top six of Forbes’ 2021 Africa’s Billionaires list.

Forbes released its 2021 billionaires list on Tuesday, it includes 14 African billionaires, with the President/Chief Executive of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, retaining the number one spot on the continent.

Other Nigerians who made the top-6 spot include Chairman of Globacom and Conoil Plc, Dr. Mike Adenuga, and the founder of BUA Group, Abdulsamad Rabiu.

Dangote’s net worth rose from $10.1bn in 2020 to $12.1bn in 2021, making him the 191st wealthiest person in the world.

Though Adenuga who is Nigeria’s second-richest person witnessed a deep from $7.7bn to $6.3bn, he remained in the top echelon in Africa placing 5th and was ranked 440th in the world.

Climbing up the billionaires’ ladder is the BUA group boss – Abdulsamad Rabiu who saw his fortune rise from $3.1bn in 2020 to a stunning $5.5bn in 2021.

With the $2.2bn gain, Mr. Rabiu now sits pretty as the 6th richest in Africa and the 574th billionaire in the world.

Other Africans who made the top-6 category include one Egyptian and two Southe Africans.

The Egyptian, Nassef Sawiris comes in second place in Africa and is ranked 297th on the list with a net worth of $8.5bn.

According to Forbes, Sawiris is an investor and a scion of Egypt’s wealthiest family, with his most valuable asset being a nearly six percent stake in sportswear maker.
The two South Africans who come in third and fourth place respectively are Nicky Oppenheimer (worth $8bn, ranked 308th in the world) and Johann Rupert (worth $7.2bn, ranked 358th in the world list).

Away from Africa, the founder, and CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos retained his spot as the world’s richest with a net worth of $177bn. He is followed by Elon Musk, co-founder and CEO of Tesla with $151bn.

Forbes notes that within the year in focus, there were rapid-fire public offerings, surging cryptocurrencies, and skyrocketing stock prices, adding that the number of billionaires on Forbes’ 35th annual list of the world’s wealthiest exploded to an unprecedented 2,755—660 more than a year ago.

According to the business magazine, altogether the billionaires are worth $13.1 trillion, up from $8 trillion on the 2020 list. ChannelsTv


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