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Once again, London is in the news and its another fire incident but no life is reported lost at this time.
Barring any last minute change, INEC will today begin the recall process of Senator Dino Melaye from the senate. On June 21st, INEC released 188,588 signatures from registered voters in Kogi West Senatorial district seeking the recall of their senator, Dino Melaye.
Melaye has maintained that the process for the collation of signatures was flawed as some of those who signed the recall registers were dead.
Former First lady, Patience Jonathan, has accused acting Chairman of EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, of writing to the British consulate in Nigeria to deny her visa to the United Kingdom.
In a petition which was signed by her counsel, G.I. Abibo (SAN) and sent to the House of Reps last week, the former first lady who is currently being investigated by the anti-graft agency for issues bordering on fraud and abuse of office, said Magu in a letter written to UK authorities, made spurious allegations against her all in a bid to stop the UK government from renewing her visa.
13 players of Remo Stars FC, have been hospitalized following severe food poisoning. According to reports, on July 8th, the football stars consumed plates of Egusi soup and Semovita and suffered food poisoning afterwards
Yusuf Buhari has reportedly bagged his Master's Degree from a university in the United Kingdom. Yusuf and his sister Zahra, who has since married into the billionaire Indimi family, graduated from the University of Surrey, UK in July 2016.
Family friend, Anas Mu'azu disclosed this new update in a post on his Facebook page, congratulating Yusuf in Hausa.
People's homes have been flooded while cars have been submerged in water following the heavy downpour in Lagos. See more photos of the flooded areas after the cut...
A suspected human trafficker (name withheld) is now in the custody of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) after he was arrested at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos while attempting to facilitate the trafficking of a victim of out of the country.
What could have been a major tragedy was today, averted by combined efforts of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) and Lagos State Fire Service as a fully loaded PMS tanker fell into an open drainage, emptying its content at Cappa Bus stop, Mushin Lagos.
Pastor Lesego Daniels is in the news again and just like at other times, he's feeding his members another bizarre substance. This time around, Pastor Lesego Daniels of the Rabboni Centre Ministry Church in South Africa gave congregants flower to eat for healing.
He instructed some church workers to pluck decorative flowers from the podium of the church then they were given to members to eat.
A suspected female kidnapper was burnt to death in Ikorodu earlier Tuesday. According to reports, a man selling meat and an Aboki selling fruits at Allinson Junction, close to United High School, Ikorodu raised alarm after the 40-year-old woman who was acting like a mad person suddenly went to a corner to receive a phone call. They approached her for questioning, and when she couldn't tell them who she was, they handed her over to the Local Vigilante Office. On getting there, she was interrogated by the Deputy Chairman of the vigilante group. There they found on her an iPhone 7, a juju ring, and a list that contains descriptions of children (age range, prices and height) in her bag.