Security tensions in Anambra have heightened in the days preceding the Independence Day anniversary.
President Muhammadu Buhari has admitted that Nigerians are experiencing the worst level of insecurity since the 1967-1970 Civil War.
The Kebbi State Government is alleged to owe FAAN over N33 million.
A truck said to have been carrying illegal oil products lost its brake trying to avoid a checkpoint.
The police claim the suspect murdered in its custody was a mastermind of a robbery incident.
Police operatives fired shots at students of the Abia State Polytechnic who were protesting rape of their colleagues by police officers.
The youths were protesting the mass sack of casual workers by the company from the host community of Gyawana.
The state government vowed to prosecute both the civil servants and those who bought the vaccine cards.
Hunters whose village was attacked by bandits are searching for the assailants in nearby forests.
Peoples Gazette learnt that the police team had mounted a roadblock for a stop-and-search at the junction before the assailants swooped on them.