Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje on Thursday ordered the Ministry of Justice to amend the panel code to death penalty for kidnappers in the state. Ganduje revealed this during the inauguration of a 16-man commission of inquiry on the kidnap of eight children in Kano and sold in Onitsha.
He said the commission had 30 days to complete and submit its report. The governor described kidnapping as criminal, anti-Christian, anti-lslam and heinous.
Michaela Coel’s latest show ‘January 22’ is about dating and sexual consent
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There’s been another tanker explosion in Onitsha
Another tanker loaded with Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) on Thursday, October 31st fell into a ditch by Chipex Petroleum Station around Upper Iweka axis within Onitsha, the commercial hub of Anambra. Emeka Obinwa, Executive Assistant to Governor Willie Obiano on State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) Media confirmed the incident on Thursday in Awka.
Sope Aluko might be returning as a shaman in Black Panther 2
According to Digital Spy and Pulse, Nigerian-British actress Sope Aluko might be returning for the sequel of Black Panther
#BBNaija 4 winner Mercy Eke is now a house owner
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I got them keys, keys, keys ? ? ? If anyone had told me that I’d be a house owner this year, I might not have believed. God is indeed faithful ?? • • Thank you to @nedokonkwo @ichechiceo and @victoriacresthomes for making this very easy. Thanks to my legal adviser, @cjojukwu for overseeing this purchase.
When Bernard Dayo isn’t writing about pop culture, he’s watching horror movies and reading comics and trying to pretend his addiction to Netflix isn’t a serious condition.