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Rights

June 30, 2022

How Bamise’s body was found; police tells court

The court heard that Ms Ayanwola’s family got to know about their daughter’s death days after the body was found on the bridge.

Bamise Ayanwola and Andrew Ominikoron
June 30, 2022

Coinbase signs deal to provide users’ tracking data to U.S. Immigration

The contract discloses that the immigration regulator will now able to track transactions made through different crypto currency networks.

Coinbase and United States Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE)
June 30, 2022

Kano sex workers lured man into hotel room, stabbed him: Police

“On reaching Sabon Gari, the first defendant lured the tricyclist into her hotel room and conspired with the second defendant.”

Court symbol used to tell the story
June 30, 2022

Man remanded for giving fake address in court

The court heard that the defendant conspired with others, now at large, to pervert the course of justice.

Gavel
June 30, 2022

Ghana police tear-gas, arrest Ghanaians protesting high cost of living

Ghana’s police force fired tear-gassed protesters on the second day of demonstrations over record inflation and the high cost of living.

Ghana police and protesters
June 30, 2022

Human rights under threat in DR Congo, UN Security Council told

The M23 militia began as a renegade force of army mutineers in 2012, committing atrocities and war crimes.

M23 group
June 29, 2022

R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years’ imprisonment over sex trafficking, child molestation 

Mr Kelly had been found guilty of multiple racketeering and sex trafficking charges in September.

Robert Sylvester Kelly popularly known as R. Kelly
June 29, 2022
TikTok
June 29, 2022

Civil Defence operatives lament non-payment of duty allowance two weeks after Ekiti election

The NSCDC deployed no fewer than 9,747 personnel for the Ekiti governorship election which was fraught with allegations of vote trading.

Civil Defence officers
June 29, 2022

UK Deputy Prime Minister rejects call to include abortion rights in new law

Mr Raab’s submission comes as Labour MP Stella Creasy announced that she would push for the right to abortion to be included in the Bill of Rights.

Dominic Raab