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Jankara market fireworks explosions: Traders panic over invasion by area boys

Fears and apprehension have begun to grip traders at the popular Jankari market in Lagos Island over the possible invasion of the pace by  street urchins popularly called 'Area boys, who may capitlaize on the incident to  loot their shops along the affected Ojo Giwa street, Jankara, Lagos Island, following the firework explosions which rocked three buildings on wednesday the boxing day.

Anti-traffic law rally: How Lagos police drilled me for hours - Activist

Comrade Dandy Eze, National President, Paths of Peace Initiatives was picked-up by police authorities in Lagos, alongside two other activists for organizing yet another rally to protest the partial ban on the activities of commercial motorcycle operators by the Lagos state government.

Customs boss declares war against smugglers at Seme border

The community of Seme International border South Western Nigeria has been urged not to see smuggling as their right because they are residents along the land border, ad government will not condole any illegal business transaction across the frontier.

Bank robbers kill two, cart away undiscosed cash in Osun

No fewer than two people were killed and five others sustained different degrees of injuries during a robbery attack on a old generation bank, Wednesday in Ikirun, Osun state.

Abia Police Command re-awakens need for Community Policing

To further foster  a stronger synergy between the security operatives and the public, Abia State Police Command has again reminded the public that the duty of securing lives and property requires a collective effort of all

Fake soldier arraigned for assaulting LASTMA officials

An alleged impostor of the Nigerian Army, Kingsley Ighalo , 37, has been arraigned on a five count charge before Magistrate Yetunde Pinhero at the  Task Force on Environmental and Special offences Magistrate Court Alausa, ikeja  for assaulting  Ayinla Adeola and Adeshina Akinwunmi officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) at Bolade area of the State.