Masquerades Storm Church, Disrupt Sunday Service
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Some masquerades in Shikal village of Lantang South Local Government Area of Plateau State stormed a Church (name withheld) on Sunday flogged worshippers and the pastor.
The masquerades were also said to have destroyed the Church’s musical equipment and disrupted the Sunday service.
A source told Daily Post that the masquerades stormed the Church while the worshippers were on with the service.
According to him, the church members were shocked and surprised by the action of the masquerades, saying that members did not take any counter-offensive action, but gathered to salvage what was left of their properties by the invaders.
19 Burnt In FCT Auto Crash
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Nineteen persons have been confirmed dead in an accident that occurred at the Yangoji-Gwagwalada road in the federal capital territory (FCT).
The accident was said to have occurred in the early hours of Sunday.
Dauda Biu, acting corps marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), confirmed the development to NAN when he visited the accident scene.
Biu said the crash involved three vehicles — two Toyota Hiace buses and an articulated vehicle.
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Don’t Occupy Airports, Media Group Begs NANS
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Muslim Media Watch Group of Nigeria, has appealed to the leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students to rescind its decision to occupy the nation’s airports from Monday in protest against prolonged strike action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities.
The group made the appeal in a statement jointly signed by its National Coordinator, Malam Ibrahim Abdullahi, and National Secretary, Dr. Nasir Balogun, which was made available to our correspondent on Sunday.
It posited that street protests leading to blockage of federal highways, access to airports and disruption of flights would lead to a breakdown of law and order.
If Policeman In Uniform Slaps Civilian, Person Has No Right To Respond – Force PPRO
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The spokesperson of the Nigeria Police Force, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, has said that if a policeman should slap a ‘civilian’, the person has no right to retaliate.
AdejobI, who took to his Twitter account, advised any such victim to file a complaint with the law enforcement agency.
Reacting to a viral video of a man dragging a rifle with a policeman during a heated argument, the police spokesman further stated that if a person should assault police personnel in uniform, it would be seen as ‘an act of disrespect to Nigeria.’