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Migrants sold into slavery in Libya tell of total hell



Staff Adepegba, (Punch) - Survivors of slave auctions in Libya have described a “total hell” that they wouldn’t wish on their “worst enemy” as global outrage grows over footage showing migrants being sold off in the war-torn country.

 
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Apple Stores in the US and UK sell gaming robots built by Nigerian



Staff Adepegba, (Punch) - Apple Stores in the United States and United Kingdom have begun the sale of gaming robots, MekaMons, built by a Nigerian-British, Silas Adekunle.

Ex-PDP chair's son: Police command obtains CCTV footage, arrests guards



Adelani Adepegba, (Punch) - The Federal Capital Territory Police Command has obtained CCTV footage showing the last moments of Bilyaminu Bello, the son of a former Peoples Democratic Party chairman who was allegedly killed by his wife, Maryam Sanda.

Nigeria's former Vice President, Chief Alex Ekwueme, dies in London hospital at 85



Staff, (Vanguard) - Ailing second republic Vice President, Dr. Alex Ekwueme has been confirmed dead in a London clinic.

Anambra election results: Obiano wins in all 21 LGAs



Staff, (Vanguard) - The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has won the four remaining local governments in Saturday's Anambra governorship election released by INEC on Sunday in Awka.

Lagos: After three past arrests, police re-arraign suspected serial-killer, Small Jpron




Kunle Falayi, (Punch) - A notorious cultist and ex-convict, Ibrahim Oriyomi Balogun (AKA Small Jpron), whom the police have accused of carrying out multiple murders around Somolu and Bariga areas of Lagos, has been -re-arraigned on charges of murder barely a year after he was arrested, charged to court and released.

(Video): Hungry delegates at restructuring meeting allegedly fight over food, drinks in Akure




Staff, (Vanguard) - Hunger at restructuring meeting? Well, a restructuring meeting in Akure, Ondo state turned rowdy on Thursday after those alleged to be delegates threw dignity and decorum to the trash can and jostled for food and drinks.

Customs impounds another batch of 475 rifles at Tin Can Port




Godfrey Bivbere, (Vanguard) - Barely a week after it intercepted a 20-foot container load of 1,100 pump action rifles, the Tin Can Island Command of Nigeria Customs Service, Monday, uncovered yet another set of 475 rifles shipped in by the same importer.

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo says 'Constituency Project' is corruption




Enyioha Opara, (Punch) - FORMER President Olusegun Obasanjo may have started another war with the members of the National Assembly when he described the constituency projects being embarked upon by the lawmakers as "corruption."

WAFU Cup of Nations: Super Eagles beat Ghana 2-0, qualify for semi-final (VIDEO)




Staff, (Guardian) - Nobody gave Nigeria any chance of survival after two tame draws had put them at the precipice. But the Super Eagles yesterday stunned the Black Stars of Ghana with two quick goals in the early minutes of the second half of the WAFU Cup last group game held at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.