Mary Slessor: The killing of twins in Calabar

Mary Slessor was born on December 2, 1848 in Gilcomston (close to Aberdeen), Scotland. As a child, she lived there for 11 years before she moved to Dundee. The move to Dundee was a result of Mr. Slessor's drinking problem, and being the second child of seven, Mary had suffered more from her father's drinking then the other children.
He owned a shoe making company that wasn't doing well.
He was an abusive drunk, and Mrs.Slessor and the rest of Mary's family had hoped that maybe the move would do him good.

‘Corruption stops in the Nigeria Police Force because of the IGP reform policies? Never!’

For ages now, one of the hydra-headed problems which had been plaguing the Nigeria Police Force is corruption.
A lot of atrocious acts, practices had come under the umbrella of that word, ‘corruption’; chief among them being bribery.
The issue of giving money to policemen had metamorphosed into different slangs, beginning with Kola, toll, roger, eguje, etc.

‘What Boko Haram is doing not allowed in Islam’

For years, the faceless Boko Haram sect has hit our country, Nigeria, real hard. The casualties   in terms of those either killed or maimed have run into thousands, while destructions in naira value have equally run into millions, if not billions.

Suspect reveals how his gang attacks, robs on waterways

Operatives of the Task Force currently battling criminals on Nigeria watersways, were shocked to their bone marrows recently after listening to the confessions of their latest batch of suspects.  The suspects gave startling revelation on how they carried arms through the water coast of Nigeria. Samuel Michael is one of the suspects arrested by the Task Force. He revealed that his syndicate specializes in trafficking of arms and hijacking of Nigeria bound cargo.

‘To win war against corruption, EFCC needs to be well funded’

Chairman of the Senate Committee on Drugs, Narcotics, Financial Crimes and Anti-Corruption, Senator Victor Lar on  November 22, 2012, advocated proper funding of the anti-graft agencies if the war against corruption and economic crimes in Nigeria is to be taken seriously.
  He made the declaration at the 2013 budget proposal defence by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission before the National Assembly.

‘Cannabis trade enables me to take care of my wife and three children’

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has arrested a man, described as one of the major cannabis dealers in Lagos State.
The suspect Dada Etop Ejalonibu, 38, was said to have been arrested after narcotic agents raided selected volatile areas used as hide outs by drug trafficking gang in the state.