BREAKING: SSS arrests activist Chido Onumah

Nigeria’s State Security Service, SSS, has arrested an activist, Chido Onumah. Chido Onumah Nigeria’s State Security Service, SSS, has arrested an activist, Chido Onumah. Mr Onumah, a journalist and author, was arrested at the Abuja airport on Sunday evening, an associate told PREMIUM TIMES. The journalist returned to Nigeria from Spain where he recently bagged a doctorate in communication studies. He arrived via a Lufthansa airline and was waiting for his luggage at about 5:00 p.m. when SSS officials accosted him, the associate who was at the airport to receive…

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THE SEXCAPADES OF NATASHA (13) By Emdee David

The salacious photos of the Police Inspector and his voluptuous murder suspect spread the pages of not just one, but three National dailies and seven gossip magazines. The social media is just getting the photos after noon. Mercifully for Natasha, her face is carefully avoided, so no one would recognize her; but her breasts are fully displayed, especially on the gossip papers and social media. Anyone who had sucked or touched them before would definitely know who owns those brown nipples on two fair breasts. GM wouldn’t miss it if…

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Ex BAUCHI GOV, ISA YUGUDA’S FINANCIAL CONDITION WORSENS, LANDED PROPERTIES SEIZED BY DEBTORS

Information obtained from competent sources knowledgeable of the goings on inside the Isa Yuguda circle of operation indicates all is not well with the one-time Governor of Bauchi State. Former Governor Isa Yuguda is reported to have gone bankrupt and in dire need of liquidity. His financial condition has resulted to his frantic sell of properties in Bauchi and Abuja. Isa Yuguda’s priced home in the highbrow area of Abuja [Asokoro] reportedly worth over N3billion which the former governor purchased while he was the Governor of Bauchi State was recently…

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No national consensus for 2023, any region can produce President — ACF

The Area Consultative Forum has said it is a wrong notion for anyone to any longer believe that the country’s presidency is still running on rotational basis.The Forum stated this as momentum gathers for the 2023 presidential election to determine who will succeed President Muhammadu Buhari.The Forum stated this in an interview with Sunday Sun newspaper by its Secretary General, Anthony Sani.Sani told Sunday Sun that he disagrees with the notion in some quarters that power should shift to either South East or South West in 2023, arguing that the…

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