Thursday, 2 April 2015
Four Emirates Airlines staff have been arraigned before of a Federal High Court in Lagos over an alleged theft of $1.6 million belonging to a Lagos businessman Prince Chu Ikem Orji.
The accused staff: Abayomi Adekanbi Abiola, Isiaka Adegoke Adedeji, Awonubi Abayomi and George Ikpekhia, were arraigned alongside Emirates Airlines, Pathfinders International Ltd and Nigeria Aviation Handling Company Ltd.
Al-Shabaab terrorists are holding more than 600 Kenyan students hostage after a dawn raid on Garissa University. So far Kenyan authorities have accounted for 280 of those who were on the campus. Eyewitnesses claimed the gunmen shot any Christians they found in the dormitories and have positioned snipers across the college.
Horrifying detail: Sydney's Downing Centre district court heard the girl fell pregnant
A dad has married off his 12-year-old daughter to a 26-year-old man and encouraging the pair to have sex.
The man was convicted today of procuring a child under 14 for sex after allowing the Islamic ceremony at his home near Sydney, Australia.
Nigeria’s president-elect, Gen. Buhari has not relented on his promises to Nigerians, but instead reassured Nigerians he will crush Boko Haram, and it will only take two months. He said though the present administration had tried to fight it, the efforts they put in it was not enough, and that is why they have an upper hand than the government. He also said a major reason again was because they corrupted the military. Buhari said all of these in an interview conducted yesterday evening with Christiane Amanpour on CNN.
Former Inspector General of Police, Alhaji Muhammadu Dikko Yusuf has died at the age of 85. The former police chief died last night April 1st in his home after a long battle with an undisclosed illness. A native of Katsina state, Alhaji Dikko was the Inspector General of Police from 1976 to 1979.He will be buried this afternoon according to Muslim rites. He's survived by his wife, children and grandchildren. May his soul rest in peace, Amen.
Mike Holpin, 56, pictured with his fiancée Diane and some of his children, says he can only remember half their names and would not recognise some if he passed them in the street.