Kogi: Notorious Armed Robber Nabbed In Ajaka

Men of the Joint Task Force (JTF) and local vigilante group in Ajaka, Igalamela/Odolu local government area of Kogi state, has tracked down a notorious armed robber, Oboy Sanusi Amaga who is known to have been terrorising people of the the area. The robber had since been handed over to the men of the Nigerian Police Force of the area command office in Ajaka. This arrest and other several clampdown on notorious criminals in the local government area has attracted plaudits from residents who feel the appointment of Hon. Onoja…

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Covid-19: CLEEN Foundation Advocates improved synergy between, Federal, State Government….. Wants transparency in distribution of palliatives, use of rights based approach by security agencies

  The Best non governmental organization promoting public safety, security and accessible justice 1.0 Introduction The Federal Government of Nigeria on Monday 31st March 2020 enforced a restriction of movement in Lagos, Ogun and the Federal Capital Territory Abuja (FCT), for an initial 14 days period while directing citizens in these states to stay at home because of the outbreak of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country. On Tuesday 13th of April 2020, the restriction of movement was extended for another 14 days due to the rising incidents of…

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ICPC accuses of failure to investigate corruption in Kogi CCT.

THE Kogi state Commissioner of Independent corrupt practices commission, ICPC has been accused of failure to launched investigation into the allegations of fraud in implementation of the ongoing Conditional Cash Transfer, CCT programme in Kogi State. The petitioner, Hauwa Sulaiman had petitioned the Commissioner alleging that the desk officer, Memunat Ohunene Abdusalam conived with the Senior Special Adviser,SSA (Security) for Adavi local government area, Joseph Omuya Salami to shortchange beneficiary. Sulaiman who expressed surprise that almost nine months after submitting the petition to the ICPC Commissioner, nothing has been heard…

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NEWSCOVID 19: FMC LOKOJA TO DENY PATIENTS NOT WEARING FACE MASK SERVICES WITH EFFECT FROM 22ND APRIL, 2020.

THE management of Federal Medical Center Lokoja is to denied any patients not wearing a face mask services. In a press statement issued on Monday which copy was made available to Kogiflame the management noted that the law will take effect as from 22nd of April. 2020 The statement read thus, “In view of the fact that from evidence made available by National Center for Disease Control (NCDC), we are already into community spread phase person to person of COVID-19 and there could be Asymptomatic carriers who can potentially infect…

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NEWSCOVID 19: FMC Lokoja To Deny Patients Not Wearing A Face Mask.

THE management of Federal Medical Center Lokoja is to denied any patients not wearing a face mask services. In a press statement issued on Monday which copy was made available to Kogiflame the management noted that the law will take effect as from 22nd of April. 2020 The statement read thus, “In view of the fact that from evidence made available by National Center for Disease Control (NCDC), we are already into community spread phase person to person of COVID-19 and there could be Asymptomatic carriers who can potentially infect…

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COVID19 Palliatives: Give To My Critics, Political Opponents – Senator Adeyemi Charges Relief Committee

    LOKOJA – As COVID19 took negative effects on people across the country, amidst reports of hunger biting hard, Senator Smart Adeyemi has embarked on donation of food items to people of his Kogi West constituency. Senator Adeyemi at the flag off of the palliative distribution on Saturday at his country home Iyara, headquarters of Ijumu council area of Kogi State urged the people to evoke the spirit of communalism to battle the effects of the Corona virus in the society. The Senator before the commencement of the program…

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Abba Kyari’s Death, End of a Surrogate Presidency, and the Coming Chaos By Farooq Kperogi

Abba Kyari’s Death, End of a Surrogate Presidency, and the Coming Chaos By Farooq Kperogi . To say I was shocked by Abba Kyari’s death would be to tell a lie. Being an asthmatic patient who routinely had “breathing problems” that necessitated periodic trips to London hospitals—in addition to being a diabetic who was older than 65—it would have been nothing short of miraculous if he survived COVID-19. In spite of who he was, especially the last five years of his life on earth, as a Muslim, I won’t speak…

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COVID-19 Lockdown: Rising Cases of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence against Women, Girls   

COVID-19 Lockdown: Rising Cases of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence against Women, Girls By Teresa Chigozirim Okoro The world is upside down right now as a result of the invasive nature of Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19). The disruption brought by the global disease outbreak on the socio-cultural and economic lives of people, is as never witnessed for a long time and could only be comparable to the destructive impacts of the slave trade era, colonial period, great depression and the two world-wars. Unfortunately, even as the world is in great pains generally speaking,…

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An Appeal To Gov. Yahaya Bello Not To Pay Less Than 50% To Local Government Workers In Kogi State.

An Appeal To Gov. Yahaya Bello Not To Pay Less Than 50% To Local Government Workers In Kogi State. The time to make a strong appeal to the Kogi State Governor, Alh. Yahaya Bello not to pay less than the 50% salary to local government workers is now. This appeal stems from ongoing negotiation by Government officials and the local union. It is no longer news that Nigerians, with people of Kogi State inclusive are currently experiencing the worst economic hardship owing to the covid 19 scourge that has ravaged…

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An Appeal To Gov. Yahaya Bello Not To Pay Less Than 50% To Local Government Workers In Kogi State.

    The time to make a strong appeal to the Kogi State Governor, Alh. Yahaya Bello not to pay less than the 50% salary to local government workers is now. This appeal stems from ongoing negotiation by Government officials and the local union. It is no longer news that Nigerians, with people of Kogi State inclusive are currently experiencing the worst economic hardship owing to the covid 19 scourge that has ravaged the world. Due to the pandemic, Nigerians have been forced to stay at home, thus reducing there…

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