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The looted Palliatives are toxic, not intended to be fed on – Ekiti government 

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Ekiti nation government has raised an alarm that the COVID-19 palliatives looted from a warehouse in Ado-ekiti, and incorrect for

Ekiti nation government has raised an alarm that the COVID-19 palliatives looted from a warehouse in Ado-ekiti, and incorrect for meals items are toxic.

A declaration through Commissioner for data and Civic Orientation, Akin Omole, said that elevating the alarm have become expedient to prevent any harm that could befall all and sundry who consumed the gadgets.

“information at our disposal revealed that the Federal authorities’s silos, the ADP warehouse and the kingdomEmergency control employer (SEMA) shops, all in Ado-Ekiti, were attacked via hoodlums below the guise of looking for Covid-19 palliatives.

“We insist that Ekiti kingdom presently has no Covid-19 palliative warehouse as all the palliatives had beendistributed.

“lamentably, the items carted away had been unmarried extremely good Phosphate and NPK fertilisers, which they erroneously thought turned into “Gaari’’, cassava grains.

“The SEMA save too has simplest emergency substances for disaster response.

“some people even made away with pre-fermented corns preserved for planting. a majority of these gadgets are poisonous and no longer match for intake.

“We, consequently, attraction to our humans not to devour these objects due to the fact they are able to kill,’’ the assertion study.

Additionally, the workplace of Agricultural development Programme (ADP) changed into reportedly looted


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Jarigbe Agom declared winer of Cross River North senatorial By-election.

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Jarigbe Agom is a candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP.

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The Court of Appeal sitting in Calabar, Friday declared Hon. Jarigbe Agom Jarigbe winner of December 5th, 2020, Cross River North senatorial By-election.

The court also nullifies the certificate of return earlier issued to Dr Steven Odey by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC and directed that it be withdrawn immediately.

Stating that a new certificate should be issued to Jarigbe Agom as new senator elect and returned to office.

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Unknown Gunmen Behead Victim, Dump Head in a Market in Imo

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Unknown gunmen behead victim in Imo

Unknown gunmen have beheaded another unidentified person and displayed his head at Orie Okporo market Community in Orlu Local Government Area of Imo State.

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The ugly incident happened in the early hours of Thursday.

This has brought the number of such killings to three persons who have been beheaded in Okopro Community, starting from Tuesday this week.

Some of the sources from Orlu, who spoke to Newsmen on the beheading of residents have continued to link the activities to criminal elements, diabolical gangs operating freely in the area especially at night.

A source from the Okporo community said: “The head of this person was taken to the Orie Okporo market and dumped there. Just this morning we got the news and went to Okporo market where we saw the head of the person. we were shocked, asking what does this group of persons want to achieve?”

“You will remember Okporo market, is where a peculiar incident happened when heads of two other persons killed on Tuesday, were dropped and we don’t know what next again. We beg them to stop this kind of killing. Orlu is known for peace,” He said.

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IMN Leader, Zakzaky freed and acquited

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A Kaduna State High Court has freed the embattled leader of the proscribed Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky and his wife.

The judge in his ruling held that the prosecution failed to establish a prima facie case against the defendants.

In a ruling that lasted over eight hours, the presiding judge, Justice Gideon Kurada upheld the no-case submission filed by Sheikh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky and his wife in an alleged culpable homicide, unlawful assembly and disruption of public peace levelled against them by the Kaduna state government.

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The duo has been standing trial for four years on an eight-count charge of alleged culpable homicide,  disruption of public peace and unlawful Assembly among others levelled against them by the Kaduna State Government.

The defendants were brought to court on Wednesday morning by officials of the Nigerian Correctional service amidst tight security.

Their lead counsel and a Senior Advocate of Nigeria,  Mr Femi Falana, had on July 1,  argued that all the 15 witnesses presented by the prosecution counsel were unable to establish any connection between the alleged crimes of Sheikh El-Zakzaky and his wife.

El-Zakzaky’s Trial

Following El-Zakzaky’s arrest by the military on December 13, 2015, the IMN leader had experienced what may be described as a long contentious trial.

He marked his first appearance on May 15, 2018 where he was arraigned before a Kaduna High Court amidst tight security.

The Department of Security Services (DSS) had held the Shiite leader in detention despite a court order ordering his release.

However, the DSS complied with the court order and freed El-Zakzky who proceeded to India for medical treatment.

El-Zakzaky and his wife left Nigeria in August 2019 for India following a ruling of the Kaduna State High Court which granted them permission to be treated in the country.

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