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[FL news] Three Persons was kidnapped in ondo

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Three Persons was kidnapped in ondo

Three persons, who were on transit on Auga-Ise Akoko road in Akoko North-East Local Government Area of Ondo State, were over the weekend kidnapped.

It was gathered that two vehicles, a Toyota Corolla car and a Mitsubushi pick-up whose occupants were going for a ceremony at Ikare-Akoko, were waylaid by gunmen who abducted three of the passengers.

According to some of the residents of Auga-Akoko where the incident happened, they said kidnappings along Auga-Ise road of Akoko North-East Local Government Area, which had been a thing of past, had suddenly resurfaced with the latest abduction.

Narrating the incident, a source stated that the three victims, who are males were abducted on the same spot where the wife of the Alauga of Auga, Olori Agunloye and her driver, were kidnapped last year.

He added that among those kidnapped was the head of the family travelling in the Corolla car.

According to him, the hoodlums released the wife and his two children to inform their people of the kidnap in order to look for ransom.

In his reaction, the Alauga of Auga, Oba Samuel Agunloye, advised that in order to stop the scourge, there must be an Army formation, as well as constant police patrol in the area.

The monarch disclosed that Ipele-Isua Auga-Akunu-Kabba federal highway needed to be rehabilitated for free flow of vehicles.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Femi Joseph, said investigation had begun to arrest the hoodlums and secure the release of the captives.

Meanwhile, the kidnappers are yet to establish contact with the families of the victims.

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Mayorkun blasts Burna boy over a post about streaming numbers

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Mayorkun has fired back at Burna Boy over a post he made about streaming numbers which appeared as a shade.

Burna Boy took to Instastories this morning where he stated that streaming numbers doesn’t mean an artiste is talented.

 

He stated that if viral joke songs like ‘Baby Shark’ and ‘Gangnam style’ could have amazing streaming numbers, then no one should get overly excited about the millions of views they get on the internet.

His statement was seen as a reaction to Mayorkun’s post some few days back in which he celebrated attaining 70million streams across different platforms.

Reacting to Burna Boy’s post, Mayorkun reminded him that he also got into limelight via streaming when his song titled Ye was mistaken by many fans as a song belonging to Kanye West who’s also known as Ye.

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Imagine blasting me on top streams when e be sey na because if Kanye West na him Ye take blow. It’s all love down here still #DMW

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If You Insult Me I Will Appear In Your Dreams – Bishop Obinim

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Ghanaian Bishop, Daniel Obinim, has vowed to appear in the dreams of anyone who insult him on the social media platforms.

Bishop Daniel Obinim who is the founder and leader of the International Godsway Ministries, said those behind troll comments against him are bound to see him in their dreams because he has not done anything to deserve that kind of treatment.

He warned social media users who insult him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms that he will appear in their dreams if they do not desist. The Bishop said;

“The more you insult me, the more I love you. Even if you write any bad comment about me I still love you and will reveal myself to you in your dreams either this afternoon or in the night”

“Go ahead and insult me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram more than anyone else, what I can assure you is that I certainly appear in your dreams and there is no doubt about that”, he warned. “If you hear that anyone is insulting me in Ghana, tell the person Angel Obinim loves him and that he will appear in his dreams”.

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Senate Summons IGP Mohammed Adamu Over Killings

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The Senate has summoned the Inspector-General of Police(IG) to appear before the upper chamber and brief it on an increasing spate of killings in different parts of the country.

This followed a 10-prayer motion by Sen. Shehu Sani at plenary on Thursday.

The bill titled, “Senseless Killing of a Briton and Abduction of Three Others in a Holiday Resort in Kaduna State by Bandits” was co-sponsored by all other lawmakers.

The Senate also urged security agencies to immediately deploy drones and interceptors in tracking kidnappers that were asking for ransom.

It equally urged the Federal Government to set up an inter-agency task force to tackle cases of banditry and kidnapping in Kaduna, Katsina, Zamfara and Niger states.

Furthermore, the Upper Chamber urged security agencies to give special cover to foreign workers and tourists.

It also urged telecommunication companies to provide security agencies with information in areas where kidnappings were taking place.

Presenting the motion, Sani expressed concern over the spate of killings

Contributing, the Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, said the creation of state police was one of the major solutions to cases of killings in the country.

He further urged kidnap victims to open up on the hideouts and activities of kidnappers, to assist security agencies in arresting them.

“Kidnap victims should learn to open up and narrate their ordeal so that their hideouts can be traced.

“For instance, some people were kidnapped some time ago and one of them was a customs officer.

“They manhandled him more than their other captors and the ransom demanded from him was more than that of others.

“As they kept beating him a lady advised him to pretend to be a fake customs officer and that was how they brought down the ransom from 10 million.

“From what has happened to the Briton it is time we tackle this menace. It is becoming an embarrassment to the country, so, if it means declaring an emergency it is necessary.

“We need to declare a national state of emergency to enable the government put in place measures to end this problem.”

Sen. Joshua Lidani(PDP-Gombe) said the development if not addressed as soon as possible would greatly affect tourism and investment, among others.

He said, “It has become a routine to observe a minute silence and it is disheartening.

“The implication of the spate of killings in the country is enormous. It affects tourism as countries might begin to warn their nationals against coming to Nigeria.

“Everyday we are inundated with reports on killing and kidnapping; in fact, armed robbery is no longer in vogue. If not tackled we will not have an investment in this country.

“Nigeria is becoming a killing field and this will have an effect on investment and tourism. We need to do something drastic, something unusual that we have not done before.

“We need to mobilise the military to those areas and we should not be shy of asking for help, “he said.

Sen. Babba Kaita(APC-Katsina) called for specific suggestions on how to tackle the problem.

He said it was a collective fight that must not be left for the Executive alone.

The lawmaker said, “we should marshal out plans from the chambers of this Senate to secure this country.”

The Deputy Minority Whip, Sen. Emmanuel Bwacha also called for the creation of state police.

He also called for synergy between the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) vigilance groups and locals of affected states, adding that such move would drastically reduce the menace.

“We also need massive military deployment to these flashpoints, as well as come up with capital punishments for these crimes.”

Sen. Kabiru Marafa (APC-Zamfara) said, ” the north is at war. Unless something is done, I am afraid that in the next two to three years, the situation might be out of control.

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