Abdu was reportedly attempting to uncover facts from Oyigbo residents regarding the massacre, which ensued following the #EndSARS protest. The massacre, according to reports, lasted for days.
Ethiopian Conflict: US Department of States Confirms 6 Explosions in Asmara, Asks Its Citizens to be Extra Careful
Recently, Tigrayan forces fighting Ethiopian soldiers fired rockets at Eritrea. However, both Tigray and the Ethiopian government have not commented or claimed responsibility for the explosions.
#Soccer: Edinson Cavani Inspires Manchester United to a Rare Comeback Against Southampton for Three Important Points
However, the introduction of Edinson Cavani in the second half changed the game. Through Bruno Fernandes, he made an assist for the first goal before scoring for himself a brace.
Now, the World Health organisation’s topmost vaccine experts call for an urgent need. Precisely, to evaluate coronavirus vaccine. Also, the vaccine’s immune responses. In fact,
Somalia’s security force is still too weak to stand on their own. The U.S. Defence’s independent auditor confirmed this prediction on Wednesday. Somalia: Still, not
#Security Threats in Nigeria: Gunmen Kill Police, Abduct Chinese Expatriate, Shot One Other in Ekiti
The Ekiti State Police Command, on Friday, confirmed the gruesome murder of a police officer. It also confirmed that the gunmen abducted of a Chinese
A public affairs analyst and chartered accountant, Ochuko Akejagbor, has called on the National Assembly to the necessity of passing a new bill. The aim
Iran vows to inflict harm and avenge. After reports indicate a senior scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh killed near the city of Tehran. Fakhrizadeh did possess a
The hackers reportedly posed as recruiters on LinkedIn networking site and WhatsApp to approach AstraZeneca staff with fake job offers. Reports said they sent the documents requiring the job seekers to fill in their details. They allegedly designed the documents to gain access to the victim’s computers on crucial information touching AstraZeneca.
According to the country’s government officials, the victims were attempting to fly to Dubai on Thursday. But, the security agents arrested them at the main airport in Nairobi. The culprits were accused of forging medical documents. The documents certified they had undergone COVID-19 test, consequently testing negative.