Police officer outraged at fellow policemen collecting bribes from public.

Police DPRO Iheanacho ifeanyi Omuta Lagos state command, took to Twitter to express his anger towards his colleagues harassing Nigerians everyday and collecting money from them. He gave out his phone number to the public to call him anytime they are being asked for bribes by any police officer in the state.

08036994334. I don talk am before, I wan talk am again. My country people abeg if any police wan harass una, make una no gree give anybody any money until una call me because dis tin don too much😡😤 @segalink @RuggedyBaba helep me tell them too.

Three Dead As Suspected Herdsmen Strikes Adamawa Village

Three people have been confirmed dead after gunmen struck in an early Sunday morning raid on Kikon Village of Numan Local Government Area in Adamawa State.

The attackers suspected to be herdsmen rode into the village on motorbikes setting houses and food barns on fire. They also reportedly carted away cattle belonging to the farmers.

Swedish authorities drops Assange rape investigation

Swedish prosecutors are to drop their preliminary investigation into an allegation of rape against the WikiLeaks founder.

The decision was taken after prosecutors concluded that “at this point, all possibilities to conduct the investigation are exhausted”, Sweden’s director of public prosecutions.

In order to proceed with the case, Julian Assange would have to be formally notified of the criminal suspicions against him. We cannot expect to receive assistance from Ecuador regarding this.

If he, at a later date, makes himself available, the authorities will resume the investigation immediately.”

Has jungle justice helped eradicate crime in Nigeria?

It is now time for the liberal citizens in Nigeria to start calling on the Nigerian government to make jungle Justice a criminal offence. I have been a supporter of neighborhood watch due to the police in Nigeria not being proactive enough to deal with crimes all over  the country, and  have been in favour of citizens defending themselves against men of the under world but since I became liberal about most issues I can categorically say killing human beings in this way is really bad. I believe they should be handed over to the police and let the police handle the situation.

Three houses, two vehicles and motorcycles were set ablaze in a reprisal attack by colleagues of four land speculators killed in Adamo community in the Ikorodu area of Lagos.

The victims were lynched after residents mistakenly branded them as members of the Badoo cult group, which is said to be responsible for many deaths in the area.

It was later discovered that the slain persons were not members of the group.

According to NAN, the deceased had gone to an unnamed person building a project in Agungomoye area of Adamo, with the hope of collecting money from him.

The agency quoted a source as saying that they went away when the man refused to part with money, but threatened to return to the site.

”True to their threat, they mobilised and returned on Friday but unknown to them, the owner of the building had also mobilised some youths in the area,” the source said.

The agency gathered that a clash was said to have ensued between the land speculators and the residents, forcing them to flee from the site of the building project.

The land speculators were escaping when residents raised the alarm that they were members of the Badoo cult group.

It was also gathered that the residents had lied that the slain land speculators had earlier in the day killed a family of four people.

“More residents were mobilised and they reportedly chased the land speculators to where they were caught and beaten to stupor, with four of them eventually dying,” a source said.

“The death of the land speculators sparked instant crisis as hoodlums from Agunfoye mobilised themselves and invaded Adamo where three houses were burnt.

“The Agungoye thugs, who were armed with assorted dangerous weapons including guns, matches and broken bottles, attacked residents of Araro, injuring some of them in the process.

“It took the intervention of policemen from the Rapid Response Squad (RRS)and local divisions in Ikorodu before the angry hoodlums were dispersed.”

Meanwhile, many residents of Araro have started relocating from the community following fears that the police might arrest them.

Some of them also expressed fears that the hoodlums from Agunfoye might return to avenge the death of the slain four people.

Fatai Owoseni, commissioner of police in Lagos said the police were on the trail of a family which allegedly raised the false alarm that resulted in the killing of the four persons.

Owoseni said the family already declared wanted had a fight with another family over an undisclosed matter, and raised a false alarm that the victims were members of the Badoo cult.

“The police are after the family that raised the false alarm. We are investigating the case,” Owoseni said.

President Uluru of Kenya meets Prince William at the end of his 3 day

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday met Prince William as he wrapped up his three-day visit to the UK.

Earlier, the president met Prime Minister Theresa May, attended a summit on Somalia and held interactive sessions with investors on trade, investment and security.

He was accompanied by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta at the Buckingham Palace during his meeting with Prince William, a supporter of Kenya’s conservation efforts.