Nigerians are presently living at the mercy of criminals and cultists due to historic insecurity in a country, in which the government seems to have failed in its primary duty of securing lives and property. Advertisements
The Police in Imo State have arrested a couple, identified as Chinonso Anyanwu and Oluebube Anyawu, for selling their three-day-old only son for N300, 000.
President Nigerian Citizens Association South Africa, Ben Okoli, says a Nigerian, Mr Okechukwu Henry, from Imo State was stabbed to death by unknown South African robbers.
The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command has announced the setting up of a “high-powered team” to investigate alleged assault of suspected sex workers by some of its officers.
Tony Elochukwu, a Nigerian from Nnobi, Anambra state, has been killed by an unidentified gunman in South Africa.
The police in Lagos have arrested a woman, in whose freezer a six-year old boy, Treasure Akinsohun, was found dead, hours after he was declared missing.
At least thirty-nine suspected kidnappers, armed robbers, cultists, and political thugs have been arrested in various locations across Bauchi State.
The police in Lagos have arrested two suspects, Friday Emmanuel and Obiora Nwabueze in the Mile 2 area for allegedly stealing female pants.
Suspected kidnappers have invaded Kajuru Castle, a resort and holiday centre in Kajuru local government area of Kaduna state, killing two people while three others were abducted.
The Nigeria Police Force have finally apprehended a seven-member notorious kidnapping gang that killed a US Army veteran, Chuks Okebata in Imo State in 2017.
The Lagos state police command has arrested a 44-year-old man and his 19-year-old son for allegedly raping and impregnating a 14-year-old girl.
Five Nigerians have been arrested in the United Arab Emirate (UAE) for allegedly robbing a bureau de change in Sharjah.