Present day Republic of Dahomey (Benin) was called Isi Aghadahomen named after an Esan General who led Benin warriors to conquer the territory.
President Trump on Saturday threatened to end key payments to insurance companies made under Obamacare if a repeal and replace bill is not passed.
“After seven years of ‘talking’ Repeal & Replace, the people of our great country are still being forced to live with imploding ObamaCare!” the president wrote in a tweet.” If a new HealthCare Bill is not approved quickly, BAILOUTS for Insurance Companies and BAILOUTS for Members of Congress will end very soon!”
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A lot of remarkable things have been said about the Nigerian Police. Several anti-crime organsiations have applauded the Force for a job well-done, especially with the recent arrest of billionaire kidnapper Evans. The Police would have been able to achieve more successes if they had been motivated with the requisite operational tools.
More crime would have been unraveled if a deliberate, methodical and disciplined approach were used in handling crime evidence.
With the way officers touch and handle crime related items retrieved from criminals and crime scenes shows a high level of contamination. It emphasizes that universal precaution and equipment handling procedure are not been followed.
It is believed that the poor educational knowledge about crime fighting by some officers, especially at crime scenes could be giving criminals the opportunity to escape the long arm of the law on account of the system’s failure to properly collect, package and transport crime scene items for proper evidence processing. Continue reading
Spread the loveThe All Progressive Congress (APC) wards congress expected to hold in Rivers State today appears to have deepen the crisis rocking the party in the state. This is because some of the APC supporters who appear to be pro-Magnus Abe stormed a hotel in Port Harcourt where the party National Committee in charge …
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Business magnate, Aliko Dangote, is still the richest man in Africa, despite dropping to 105th on the 2017 Forbes’ real-time billionaires’ ranking. African
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