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Fulani Herdsman Caught With Human Skull In Ogbomoso Oyo State Claims Innocence As Suspect Escapes

Fulani Herdsman Caught With Human Skull In Ogbomoso Oyo State Claims Innocence As Suspect Escapes

Fulani Farmer Caught With Human Skull In Ogbomoso Oyo State Claims Innocence As Suspect Escapes A young man identified as Musa Ahmed, a Fulani herdsman was on Wednesday paraded with human skull by the Oyo state police command . (Naija News Update) According to the police , Ahmed who was

Herbalist Arrested In Ile Ife Distances Self From Businessman Caught With Human Head Meant For Money Ritual

Herbalist Arrested In Ile Ife Distances Self From Businessman Caught With Human Head Meant For Money Ritual

Herbalist Arrested For Money Rituals In Ile Ife Distances Self From Businessman Caught With Body Parts Meant For Fortune Changing Charms A witch daughter identified as Amos Sulaiman has distanced himself from his client, Supo Bamidele who was recently arrested with human head and wrists meant for money ritual. Sulaimon who

Senate President Saraki Sued By LEDAP Human Rights Group For Refusing To Vacate Seat After Defecting To The PDP Party

Nigeria suspends national carrier Nigeria Air

Senate President Saraki Dragged To Court By LEDAP Human Rights Group For Refusing To Vacate Seat After Defecting To The PDP Party A rights group, the Legal Defence and Assistance Project (LEDAP), has sued Senate President Bukola Saraki and other lawmakers who defected to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). LEDAP

How Cancer Cells Form And Grow In Human Body And Natural Ways To Prevent Cancer

How Cancer Cells Form And Grow In Human Body And Natural Ways To Prevent Cancer

Sponsored How Cancer Cells Form And Grow In Human Body And Natural Ways To Prevent Cancer Cancer continues to claim the lives of thousands of people around the world. Various statistics show that this menace will only continue to increase. This malignant growth can affect different tissues in the body

The ecological, human impacts of oil spills are highly diverse – Prof Rim-Rukeh

Despite the plans of many stakeholders, including the government and operators, oil and gas remain the dominant sources of pollution in Nigeria’s petroleum producing areas. In this interview with Udeme Akpan, Prof. Akpofure Rim-Rukeh, a professor of Environmental studies, Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun, Delta state provides deep insight into issues as well as solutions.
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