Inmate masterminded multi-million naira fraud from Kuje Prison – Police

An inmate of the Kuje Maximum Prison, Abuja, Ifeanyi Ezenwa, has been accused of coordinating series of frauds, which netted members of his syndicate millions of naira.According to the Inspector-General Police Special Intelligence Response Team, which burst the syndicate, the members of the gang specialised in defrauding their victims, especially businessmen through the use of fake bank alerts.

“North Korea prepared to respond to any nuclear attack”

North Korean leader, Kim Jong-unNorth Korea is prepared to respond to any nuclear attack by the United States in kind, the country’s number two official said Saturday.“We’re prepared to respond to an all-out war with an all-out war and we are ready to hit back with nuclear attacks of our own style against any nuclear attacks,” Choe Ryong-Hae said in a speech at a ceremony before a large military parade started, which was broadcast live by the North’s Korean Central TV.

Easter: Ogun police beef up security

The Ogun State Police Command says it has put in place a formidable security arrangement to forestall any breach of security in any part of the state during and after the Easter celebration.The state Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said the command had tactically deployed personnel from its various arms to the length and breath of the state to ensure a hitch-free celebration.He said the command was not oblivious of the fact that the state hosts the headquarters of various religious bodies

Easter: Trust me to change Nigerian story, says Buhari

urged all Nigerians to keep faith in his administrations commitment and ability to change the Nigerian story for good.Buhari made the appeal in his Easter message made available to journalists.He said he wasdetermined to continue with the fight against terrorism and insurgency;sustain the peace in the Niger Delta and restore peace and stability in other parts of the country. fight against terrorism and insurgency;sustain the peace in the Niger Delta and restore peace and stability in other parts of nigeria

Wike, NIA fight over ownership of N13bn seized by EFCC

A national daily had earlier reported that the money belonged to the NIA.Sources at the agency confirmed to one our correspondents late Friday that the money belonged to the agency and that it had written a formal letter to President Muhammadu Buhari to claim ownership of the money.Saturday ADEWORLD,learnt that the NIA, which is Nigerias foreign intelligence service,explained that the money,which was found on the seventh floor of the building,was approved by former President Goodluck Jonathan.

Exam malpractice: Five principals demoted to classroom teachers

Five principals in public secondary schools in Ebonyi State have been demoted to classroom teachers for allegedly aiding examination malpractices in their schools. The State Commissioner for Education, Prof John Eke, disclosed this to newsmen on Friday, while monitoring the 2017 West African Examination Council examination. The demotion of the principals followed reports of their conduct during the 2016 WAEC examination in their schools.

UTME registration: Reps give JAMB registrar 48 hours to appear

The House of Representatives on Tuesday gave 24 hours ultimatum to the Registrar,Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB),Prof Is’haq Oloyede to appear before it over the reported hitches being faced by applicants of this years Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME).The House equally mandated the Committee on Basic Education to direct JAMB to extend the one month deadline by at least another month,for the registration of candidates for the UTME in order to create more space for candidates