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JUST IN: Hoodlums Invade Council Headquarters In Ebonyi, Set Office On Fire



In advance of the next election, hoodlums assaulted and set fire to the council building in the Ezza North local government area of Ebonyi State.

The FidelinfoNews reports that the attacks and burning of Ezza North LGA occurred just one month after the state’s new council chairman was sworn in.

Recall that Ogodo Ali Nomeh, the new chairman, took over from Nora Alo, the previous chairman of Ezza North LGA.

According to reports, the criminals entered some of the offices where crucial documents were kept, took them, and then lit some of them on fire.

The attack was confirmed by the new council chairman, Mr. Ogodo Ali Nomeh, who said that a gunfight broke out between the criminals and the security guards manning the council and that some of the criminals were shot.

At the time this report was filed, he said that the thugs had not yet been taken into custody.

According to him: “we have not arrested anybody now. You know the thing happened in the night and before we came out this morning, they already escaped.

“There were so much gunshots. And I think that so many of them were injured. So, we are moving from one hospital to another to check for people that sustained gunshot injuries.

“We are not suspecting anybody for now, until we apprehend the suspects. You know the thing happened around 2;00am in the morning.

“We are talking with security operatives that had an encounter with the hoodlums” he stressed.

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Suspected Herders Attack Village In Benue, Kill Five



Three women and two men were killed by suspected herders at different locations in the Guma Local Government Area of Benue State.

Fidel Info reports that The first incident happened last Thursday at a location known as Udei in the LGA.

Four victims of the killings in Udei were said to have gone out fishing when they were attacked and killed by the suspects.

In the second incident that happened on Sunday at Njee in the LGA, one person was reportedly killed by the suspected herders.

One of the locals who identified himself as Anyamnhu told Punch that the last victim, Tyowooga Iorpuu, was killed on Sunday by assailants that raided Chongu village, Mbagwa -Mbawa, Daudu, in Guma LGA.

He said Iorpuu, 45, was survived by his wife, Mlumun, and five children.

Confirming the attacks, the Chief Security Officer, Guma LGA, Christopher Waku, who spoke on behalf of the Chairman of Guma LGA, Mike Aba, said three women and a man were killed in the first attack at in the Udei area of the community.

He said, “There were two incidents, one happened last Thursday at a fish pond. The deceased, three women and a man had gone to the fish pond for fishing between 3pm and 4pm but were attacked and killed by herders. The second attack happened in Chongu Village, Mbagwa -Mbawa, where one person was killed.”

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BREAKING: Fire Guts Balogun Market



Popular Balogun Market on Lagos Island,, has been gutted by fire.

Fidel Info reports that information reaching us is that the fire affected a plaza in the market where Ladies’ shoes are sold.

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Tinubu Opts For Thanksgiving Service For 71st Birthday Celebration



The President-elect of Nigeria Bola Tinubu, has called off the annual colloquium to mark his birthday and instead opted for special prayers and a thanksgiving service.

Fidel Info reports that the former governor of Lagos, who will turn 71 on the 29th of a March usually marks his birthday with a colloquium.

In a statement  by His media aide Tunde Rahman, he said prayers would be held in Lagos and other parts of the country.

Rahman said the special prayers would be offered at the central mosque in each of the five divisions in the state including, the central mosque, Alausa, Ikeja.

“Also to receive prayers among others are President Muhammadu Buhari and first lady Aisha Buhari, president-elect, Tinubu, and his wife, senator Oluremi Tinubu, Vice-President-elect, senator Kashim Shettima, and Hajia Nana Shettima, governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, other state governors as well as members of national and state houses of assembly,” he said.

“This year, the president-elect said the date, which falls within the holy month of Ramadan, should be dedicated to prayers and seeking God’s guidance for him and the country as he prepares to take the reins of leadership.”

In 2022, Tinubu cancelled his colloquium following an attack on a Kaduna-bound train from Abuja.

“For me to be here celebrating, dancing, and enjoying myself, does not speak of me as a senior citizen of this country,” he had said at the time.

“I asked that the cleric should rather engage in prayers. This event should not be held

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