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Kaduna Police parades neighbor, 3 other killers of 6yr old abducted boy

by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna The four suspected killers of abducted six years’ old Mohammed Kabiru, including a neighbor have been arrested by the Kaduna State Police Command, amidst surprises. Parading them in Kaduna, the Police Command said the three male and one female suspects committed offence of Criminal Conspiracy, Kidnapping and Culpable Homicide, which the Command diligently investigated and

Women leader begs bandits not to execute students for sake of Holy Month of Ramadan

...As PTA pleads for extension execution deadline.  by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna The National President of Parents Teachers Association of Nigeria (PTA), Alhaji Haruna Danjuma, has appealed to abductors not to execute or hurt any other student in their captivity, while begging them to extend the deadline and time of their execution. Similarly, the National President of Foundation for the

The Need for Unity of Middle-Belt

By our Correspondent. Perspective. If we view from the longitude and latitude perspective of height, width, depth and distance, etc., the physical, cultural and geographical features of the Middle-Belt gives an inquirer the right impression of the region’s relative position with distinction. To the extreme West, the Middle-Belt ethnic nationalities of Kwara State and Borgu in

World Press Freedom Day: Ex-Presidential candidate felicitates with journalists

by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna A former Presidential candidate in the 2019 general elections and business mogul, Mr Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim, has felicitated with journalists on the celebration of World Press Freedom Day. Mr Hashim used the opportunity and called for support for media practitioners in Nigeria and across the world, who have over the years continued to “weather

Bandits threaten to kill 17 Greenfield Varsity Students in its custody

...Gives tougher condition. …N55m allegedly paid them by Emir. by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna The notorious armed bandits that kidnapped Greenfield University students in Kaduna have threatened to kill the remaining 17, if Kaduna State Government or their families failed to comply with the demands. Recalled that twenty-two of the students and three members the university staffs were abducted from the school