EFCC Arraigns Man For Allegedly Hacking Winner’s Chapel’s Online Bookstore

LAGOS- The EFCC on Wednesday charged one Chimezie Chuta before a Federal High Court in Lagos for alleged cybercrime. The accused was charged for allegedly hacking into the online bookstores of the Living Faith Church, popularly known as Winners Chapel. Chuta, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge. The EFCC in the charge marked, FHC/L/441C/17,…

Benin Monarch Throws Weight Behind Anti-Human Trafficking Fight, As Obaseki Inaugurates Traditional Council …Says 2-Year Jail Term Awaits Fake Kings, Chiefs

BENIN CITY- The Benin Monarch, Omo N’Oba N’Edo Uku Akpolokpolo, Oba Ewuare II, has thrown his weight and that of the Edo State Traditional Council behind the fight against illegal migration and human trafficking, which have claimed the lives of thousands of Edo youths. Oba Ewuare II, who spoke on Wednesday during the inauguration of…

Corruption Breeds Illegal Migration- ANEEJ

Benin CITY- The African Network for Economic and Environmental Justice,(ANEEJ) has posited that, corruption breeds illegal migration of people across and out of African The Executive Director, ANEEJ, Rev. David Ugolor, made the organisation’s position known in his address on the occasion of World Human Rights Day, with the theme, “Our Rights, Our Freedom, Always,”…

Peace-Building: Edo NOA Calls For Synergy

Abudu – The National Orientation Agency (NOA), have called on traditional institutions to synergize with States and federal government towards the attainment of overall peace and unity in the country. Edo State Director, NOA, Mrs. Grace Eseka made the call recently in her address, during the Agency’s sensitization workshop held at Abudu, Administrative Headquarters of…

October Allocation: JAAC Declares 2.4bn For LGAs In Edo State

BENIN CITY: Edo State Joint Account and Allocation Committee, (JAAC) has declared N2.4 billion as the total allocation that accrued to the 18 local government Councils in the state from the Federation account for the month of October 2017. The head of local government administration of Uhunmwode Local government, Mr. Anthony Osa Kaduna Eboigbodin disclosed…

NGO urges NASS to stop consideration of NGO Regulatory Bill

Abuja – Global Rights, an international human rights capacity-building Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), on Tuesday called on the National Assembly to stop consideration of NGO Regulatory Bill to save the country. The Country Director of the NGO, Ms Abiodun Bayewu-Teru, told newsmen in Abuja that the National Assembly was currently considering the enactment of an Act…

Chief judge decries arrest of suspects before investigation

Abuja – Chairman of the Administration of Criminal Justice Monitoring Committee (ACJMC), Justice Ishaq Bello, says arrest of suspects before completion of investigation has become a culture among the nation’s law enforcement agencies. Bello, who is the Chief Judge of the Federal Capital Territory High Court, stated this at the inauguration of sub-committees of the…

Ongoing civil service reforms will enhance productivity – Obaseki

The Governor of Edo State, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has reiterated his administration’s commitment to reforming the civil service, noting that the construction of a wing of the Secretariat’s offices and institution of training programmes would strengthen service delivery. Obaseki said this when he received the 2016 Annual Report from the Civil Service Commission led by…

Obaseki Swear-In Special Adviser On Gender…Says Appointment, To Change Circumstances And Fortune Of Women

BENIN CITY- Edo State Governor Mr. Godwin Obaseki has sworn-in newly appointed Special Adviser on Gender Mrs. Efosa Uyigue charging her and the 18 Special Assistants to work positively to affect women in the state. He urged them not see their appointment as just another political appointment to make some people happy but one that…