Monday, April 19, 2021

News Agency of Nigeria

April 19, 2021

Police arrest 35 more suspects over Ekiti cult killings

The spokesman said that the cult clash was caused by “rivalry and show of strength” between the two cult groups.

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April 19, 2021

Jigawa: More corps members to be deployed to rural schools

The NYSC coordinator said that the move was part of NYSC‘s efforts towards boosting the teaching quality in rural communities.

NYSC Corpers used to illustrate the story.
April 19, 2021

Taliban militants eliminated during hideout raid in Afghanistan

“The security forces also discovered and defused scores of anti-vehicle and anti-personnel mines from the area.”

TALIBAN
April 19, 2021

Dutch bank ABN Amro pays $600 million for money laundering

ABN Amro violated the Anti-Money Laundering Act, according to the prosecution.

ABN Amro
April 19, 2021

ABN Amro: Money laundering probe forces Danish bank boss resignation

“I do not want speculations about my person to get in the way of the continued development of Danske Bank,” Mr Vogelzang said.

ABN Amro
April 19, 2021

Iheanacho helps Leicester to FA Cup final

Jamie Vardy, who wasted the best chance of the opening period, got free down the left and crossed for in-form Iheanacho.

Kelechi Iheanacho celebrates goal against Manchester United
April 19, 2021

Nurses heading to matron’s party killed in Lagos-Abeokuta auto crash

The TRACE spokesman urged motorists to avoid speeding, especially during the rainy season, and not to use a mobile phone while driving.

April 19, 2021

Find Boko Haram terrorists, defeat them: Defence Minister

“You are doing your best, and we recognise that. You have already been baptised.”

April 19, 2021

Give your mothers good life, not befitting burial: Catholic Church

“If all the families in Nigeria give their children good moral upbringing and orientation, the insecurity we are experiencing now could have been prevented.”

A photo used to illustrate a burial party (Credit: BBC)
April 19, 2021

Six people killed in Ekiti cult war: Police

They had deployed more officers in the area and increased surveillance by conducting stop-and-search on vehicles and individuals.

Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi