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Politics / Re: Advertise On Cool Fm And Other Radio Stations by Nnamnugochi: 1:47pm On Jan 20
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Crime / Re: A Paedophile, Sexual Predator And Serial Rapist Arrested By the Nigeria Police by Nnamnugochi: 10:28pm On Jan 14
Mrshape:

Let the police do their investigation. I am not in support of child abuse.
Why I doubt the story is when the report said he has been molesting teachers and have turned every available room to a brotel tell me how will two adults have sex in a school if it is not agreed by both of them? When is it that it is after he has left the school to another school that he was now arrested?
Something is fishy with your comments. Two adults (teachers in particular) in a Primary school environment can have sex together!
Crime / Re: A Paedophile, Sexual Predator And Serial Rapist Arrested By the Nigeria Police by Nnamnugochi: 10:43am On Jan 14
Was he arrested because of having sex with the teachers or defiling of the minor. What happened from the former school- was he sacked or he resigned honorably?
Crime / Re: A Paedophile, Sexual Predator And Serial Rapist Arrested By the Nigeria Police by Nnamnugochi: 1:11am On Jan 14
Mrshape:
This story look like what was framed up by the former school owner he worked for.
Hope you aren't in support of child abuse. Will the police not be able to unravel the truth! If this is confirmed what will your reaction be as an educator?
Crime / A Paedophile, Sexual Predator And Serial Rapist Arrested By the Nigeria Police by Nnamnugochi: 10:10pm On Jan 13
Luck ran out of one Mr Saviour Johnny Amos, a former teacher of a private school in AGIP-RUMUEME axis of Port Harcourt today, Wednesday January 13, 2020 aa he was arrested by the police attached to Agip Divisional Police, Port Harcourt
A source privy to the arrest confirmed that the suspect has been defiling the female pupils of the Upper Primary causing them to sit on his lap whenever the owner of the School wasn't around. Not only this, he has been sexually harassing the female staff turning every available vacant room to a brothel. He was caught by the school owner raping a female staff in the school premises. He was also accused of raping another female teacher inside a church premises. The pupils reported how he took another female staff into a room and slept with her. According to one of the pupils, she went close to the door to hear what was going on and when the suspect came out, he was sweating profusely. On another occasion, he forced himself into a bathroom while a female staff who was his neighbour was bathing. More Revelations are being awaited
On discovering his predative lifestyle, the school management terminated his appointment in September 2020 (after investigations were concluded) and asked him to move out of the school premises.

Education / Re: Christian Schools' Registration by Nnamnugochi: 3:47pm On Jan 10
Some of our Christian Brothers and sisters are always to act. Same way the reacted belatedly to the CAMA Act 2020. Many are still struggling to fill the form and get enlisted
Education / Re: National Board For Christian Schools/ Education In Nigeria (nbcs) by Nnamnugochi: 3:46pm On Jan 10
Some of our Christian Brothers and sisters are always to act. Same way the reacted belatedly to the CAMA Act 2020. Many are still struggling to fill the form and get enlisted
Education / Re: Christian Schools' Registration by Nnamnugochi: 5:38pm On Jan 09
Nnamnugochi:
As part of effort of assisting and empowering all Christian Schools in Nigeria and beyond, an NGO, Christian Schools Aid Network International (CSNI) is taking stock of Christian Schools owned by individual Christians or Christian Organizations. They are to log in and fill in the Google form with the link below.



https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeFW2sBQTaqUJGGVBOHvzPsnbu5O1smckuqVr0ejtXRv5Wctg/viewform?pli=1

The plan to form a National Board for Christian Schools in Nigeria (NBCS) just like the existing Board for Islamic Education is being championed by some Christian organizations.

This initiative will assist owners of Christian Schools to have a rightful place in the scheme of things. Presently in Nigeria, some persons are already kicking against the suspicious Islamization agenda.


Kindly share this link with other Christians or Christian organizations
Education / Re: National Board For Christian Schools/ Education In Nigeria (nbcs) by Nnamnugochi: 5:36pm On Jan 09
Nnamnugochi:
The plan to form a National Board for Christian Schools in Nigeria (NBCS) just like the existing Board for Islamic Education is being championed by some Christian organizations.

This initiative will assist owners of Christian Schools to have a rightful place in the scheme of things. Presently in Nigeria, some persons are already kicking against the suspicious Islamization agenda.


As part of effort of sensitizing, assisting and empowering all Christian Schools in Nigeria and beyond, an NGO, Christian Schools Aid Network International (CSNI) is taking stock of Christian Schools owned by individual Christians or Christian Organizations. They are to log in and fill in the Google form with the link below.



https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeFW2sBQTaqUJGGVBOHvzPsnbu5O1smckuqVr0ejtXRv5Wctg/viewform?pli=1



Kindly share this link with other Christians. They need to hear it
Politics / Re: Alleged Certificate Forgery: Obaseki Knows Fate Today by Nnamnugochi: 2:28pm On Jan 09
The right counsel of God will always stand.
No device of the enemies of righteousness will prevail.

The plan to form a National Board for Christian Schools in Nigeria (NBCS) just like the existing Board for Islamic Education is being championed by some Christian organizations.

This initiative will assist owners of Christian Schools to have a rightful place in the scheme of things. Presently in Nigeria, some persons are already kicking against the suspicious Islamization agenda.


As part of effort of sensitizing, assisting and empowering all Christian Schools in Nigeria and beyond, an NGO, Christian Schools Aid Network International (CSNI) is taking stock of Christian Schools owned by individual Christians or Christian Organizations. They are to log in and fill in the Google form with the link below.



https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeFW2sBQTaqUJGGVBOHvzPsnbu5O1smckuqVr0ejtXRv5Wctg/viewform?pli=1
Politics / Re: ATTACKS ON CHRISTIANS: UK MPs SEEK SANCTIONS AGAINST NIGERIA - VANGUARD by Nnamnugochi: 2:25pm On Jan 09
That's why we must unite together as true believers in Christ Jesus.

The plan to form a National Board for Christian Schools in Nigeria (NBCS) just like the existing Board for Islamic Education is being championed by some Christian organizations.

This initiative will assist owners of Christian Schools to have a rightful place in the scheme of things. Presently in Nigeria, some persons are already kicking against the suspicious Islamization agenda.


As part of effort of sensitizing, assisting and empowering all Christian Schools in Nigeria and beyond, an NGO, Christian Schools Aid Network International (CSNI) is taking stock of Christian Schools owned by individual Christians or Christian Organizations. They are to log in and fill in the Google form with the link below.



https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeFW2sBQTaqUJGGVBOHvzPsnbu5O1smckuqVr0ejtXRv5Wctg/viewform?pli=1

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Education / National Board For Christian Schools/ Education In Nigeria (nbcs) by Nnamnugochi: 11:42am On Jan 09
The plan to form a National Board for Christian Schools in Nigeria (NBCS) just like the existing Board for Islamic Education is being championed by some Christian organizations.

This initiative will assist owners of Christian Schools to have a rightful place in the scheme of things. Presently in Nigeria, some persons are already kicking against the suspicious Islamization agenda.


As part of effort of sensitizing, assisting and empowering all Christian Schools in Nigeria and beyond, an NGO, Christian Schools Aid Network International (CSNI) is taking stock of Christian Schools owned by individual Christians or Christian Organizations. They are to log in and fill in the Google form with the link below.



https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeFW2sBQTaqUJGGVBOHvzPsnbu5O1smckuqVr0ejtXRv5Wctg/viewform?pli=1
Education / Christian Schools' Registration by Nnamnugochi: 11:16am On Jan 09
As part of effort of assisting and empowering all Christian Schools in Nigeria and beyond, an NGO, Christian Schools Aid Network International (CSNI) is taking stock of Christian Schools owned by individual Christians or Christian Organizations. They are to log in and fill in the Google form with the link below.



https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeFW2sBQTaqUJGGVBOHvzPsnbu5O1smckuqVr0ejtXRv5Wctg/viewform?pli=1

The plan to form a National Board for Christian Schools in Nigeria (NBCS) just like the existing Board for Islamic Education is being championed by some Christian organizations.

This initiative will assist owners of Christian Schools to have a rightful place in the scheme of things. Presently in Nigeria, some persons are already kicking against the suspicious Islamization agenda.
Religion / Re: Pastor Caleb Muoka & Joy Eze Wedding Pictures by Nnamnugochi: 8:43pm On Nov 30, 2020
Thanks be to God! Some women would had gone the way of Jezebel and look uglier than the ugliest beast!

Politics / Re: The Pandemic Has Done Incalculable Damage To Schools- Church Times Magazine by Nnamnugochi: 10:51pm On Sep 05, 2020
realstars:
Curch And Schools Are 5 An 6, It Affects Christians Mostly.
Hope you are sure of what posted!
Politics / The Pandemic Has Done Incalculable Damage To Schools- Church Times Magazine by Nnamnugochi: 6:34pm On Sep 05, 2020
By Wilson Adekumola- Church Times, Nigeria


Pastor Nnamnso Okorie is the International Lead Director of Christians Schools Aid Network International (CSNI), a nongovernmental organization that caters for the welfare of Christian schools and educators. He is the proprietor of Blessed Heritage Christian Schools which was established to cater for children of the less privileged.
He studied Mechanical Engineering in the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (with a specialty in Industrial and Production option). He had equally worked with CBC Energy Nigeria Limited and he had also taught in several private schools. He is a pastor in Deeper Christian Life Bible Church and also runs consultancy services for business owners.

In this interview with Wilson Adekumola, he gives a perspective on the impact of COVID-19 on the educational sector.

In what way has this COVID-19 pandemic lockdown affected you?

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected our business badly especially the education sector. We were ordered by the government to close down in March. We expected parents would come up before the end of the term but we were disappointed as the term ended abruptly. We run a school for low-income parents as such we couldn’t operate online school or lesson. Most of our parents can’t afford it; this made us to allow them to listen to teaching on Radio by the state government.
According to UNESCO, an estimated 1.725 billion learners have been affected as a result of school closure, representing about 99.9% student’s population of students as at April 13th, 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic has no doubt adversely affected the global economy. It has forced many businesses to temporarily shut down and government across the world to place a restriction on movement while exempting providers of essential services who are to strictly observe social distancing rules while providing services as a way to contain the spread of the virus. It has not been easy with us as we had to struggle with the payment of salaries of staff and other exigencies.

Did you envisage this kind of situation?

No one ever envisaged such thing like COVID-19 pandemic as well. It caught us unawares. Even, if one had thought of any occurrence in 2020, it should not have been the scope and effects of a dreaded pandemic that shut down the global economy.

What has been the experience of not doing what you need to do?

The experience of not doing what I always did has not been quite easy. If not for the privilege of being online and associating with my family, it would have been quite burdensome and worrisome. The effect of loss or less income to a family man or breadwinner cannot be overemphasized. Nevertheless, God Almighty took control and was able to supply all our immediate needs.

If the situation persists what are your plans?

If the situation persists, one has no option than to look for other thriving businesses to do. We have to devise alternative means that will require less physical contact and travelling.

In what way do you think the government can help in this present situation?

The government can help in providing grant and interest-free loans to all private schools especially the ones serving the low-income parents and families. There should also be a tax holiday for businesses. The government can also help pay salaries of employees’, especially low-income schools.

Do you see businesses taking new shape after the pandemic?

Businesses will definitely take new shapes and dimensions. Approaches and strategies will change as there will be provision for physical and social distancing. Mode of payment will be surely defined as some business owners might not accept cash payment to avoid contact.

Do you think you can make up for your loss when normalcy returns?

The losses are numerous and unclassified. During the lockdown, I lost my immediate elder brother as a result of machete cuts by a man who might have been depressed by the negative impact of the lockdown. When I got the news on April 26, 2020, I could not contain it as my mother was with me. I had to travel with her with my family to my home town. All through the interstate travel ban I was shut up in the village. He is yet to be buried as Nigeria Police took over the investigation. The loss of my brother can’t be regained. The fees that parents would have paid for the third term can’t be recovered. Teachers and non-teaching staff can’t get back their full pay. The graduation ceremony that could not hold can’t be held again. Cost of maintenance of schools and facilities during the lockdown and closure of school can’t be regained. They are too numerous to mention.

As a school owner, how do you think social and physical distancing would be maintained in the class?

The possibility of social and physical distancing might apply in the classroom while learning but not outside the classrooms. The much emphasis on social distancing is uncalled for. Have you been to the markets, motor parks and so on, is it observed? How will that be 100% possible with children if adults can't abide by the rules? However, all school owners and teachers must try their best in ensuring and constantly reminding the students of the importance of keeping to COVID-19 guidelines.

When the ban on schools is totally lifted, what is the fate of the staff members that have been at home for months without salaries?

The pandemic has really dealt a big blow on schools’ income. Very few schools went on for virtual learning. Even at this, the salaries of the staff were slashed to accommodate the new normal as the parents couldn’t pay complete fees. For those schools that did nothing during the period, the possibility of paying the staff when school fully resumes is slim.

Some argued that technology will take over the way we run school. What are your thoughts on this?

Well, for now especially in Nigeria, technology will not immediately take over running the schools. To start with, devices like laptops and smartphones are expensive for millions of Nigerian families and, other affordable devices have limited capabilities and could underperform when used with high tech websites. How many families can afford that in Nigeria presently? What about the cost of data? Mind you, data (internet) is not free in Nigeria only about 50% of the population survives on $2 daily.
Even if data subscription can be obtained, what about electricity? How many cities in Nigeria can boast of steady power supply let alone rural and remote areas? Making mention of the schools on Radio/ TV organized by some states, did they cover all classes, apart from generic contents? How many pupils/students were able to sit down and listen in the midst of distractions at home and other exigencies like domestic chores? Look at public schools and universities, how many of them can boast of online or virtual learning? Equally, consider the low-cost private schools that serve low-income families, how can they afford these? With these, one can validly say, we are not yet ready for full technology takeover though few private universities and colleges can afford that.

What is your advice for school owners at this time and on resumption?

They should make sure that all the guidelines and protocols are put in place and observed.

What are the positive lessons you have learnt for this pandemic lockdown and what are your plans for the future?

I have learnt that problems can be turned to profits. I need to adequately take care of my health, that of my family and my clients. COVID-19 in Nigeria was not as envisaged. Though some key personalities died, we still never recorded the fatal loss as in some other countries. This means fear can kill more than any disease. I have learnt that virtual or remote learning must be inculcated into our learning system and curriculum. Low-income homes need to be encouraged and empowered to access recent technological advancement. Savings principles must be painstakingly, adhered to no matter the amount. Relationship is key as the lockdown opened up individual differences and temperaments. Closeness to God should not only be in times of adversity but also during prosperity. It is obvious now that we can worship God anywhere not only in the church. Fellowship in our homes should be more endearing than the church location.

What should be the attitude of business owners in this current situation?

We might not return to the old ways of doing business fully, there will be the utmost need for business owners to adjust to the new normal. We look forward to a bumper harvest with trust in God and focus in realigning with the government-approved guidelines.

https://www.churchtimesnigeria.net/pandemic-incalculable-schools/

Politics / Re: VIDEO: What Sanusi Said About Fuel Subsidy In 2012 by Nnamnugochi: 6:21pm On Sep 05, 2020
Education / The Pandemic Has Done Incalculable Damage To Schools- Pastor Nnamnso Okorie by Nnamnugochi: 4:54pm On Sep 05, 2020
By Wilson Adekumola- Church Times, Nigeria


Pastor Nnamnso Okorie is the International Lead Director of Christians Schools Aid Network International (CSNI), a nongovernmental organization that caters for the welfare of Christian schools and educators. He is the proprietor of Blessed Heritage Christian Schools which was established to cater for children of the less privileged.
He studied Mechanical Engineering in the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (with a specialty in Industrial and Production option). He had equally worked with CBC Energy Nigeria Limited and he had also taught in several private schools. He is a pastor in Deeper Christian Life Bible Church and also runs consultancy services for business owners.

In this interview with Wilson Adekumola, he gives a perspective on the impact of COVID-19 on the educational sector.

In what way has this COVID-19 pandemic lockdown affected you?

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected our business badly especially the education sector. We were ordered by the government to close down in March. We expected parents would come up before the end of the term but we were disappointed as the term ended abruptly. We run a school for low-income parents as such we couldn’t operate online school or lesson. Most of our parents can’t afford it; this made us to allow them to listen to teaching on Radio by the state government.
According to UNESCO, an estimated 1.725 billion learners have been affected as a result of school closure, representing about 99.9% student’s population of students as at April 13th, 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic has no doubt adversely affected the global economy. It has forced many businesses to temporarily shut down and government across the world to place a restriction on movement while exempting providers of essential services who are to strictly observe social distancing rules while providing services as a way to contain the spread of the virus. It has not been easy with us as we had to struggle with the payment of salaries of staff and other exigencies.

Did you envisage this kind of situation?

No one ever envisaged such thing like COVID-19 pandemic as well. It caught us unawares. Even, if one had thought of any occurrence in 2020, it should not have been the scope and effects of a dreaded pandemic that shut down the global economy.

What has been the experience of not doing what you need to do?

The experience of not doing what I always did has not been quite easy. If not for the privilege of being online and associating with my family, it would have been quite burdensome and worrisome. The effect of loss or less income to a family man or breadwinner cannot be overemphasized. Nevertheless, God Almighty took control and was able to supply all our immediate needs.

If the situation persists what are your plans?

If the situation persists, one has no option than to look for other thriving businesses to do. We have to devise alternative means that will require less physical contact and travelling.

In what way do you think the government can help in this present situation?

The government can help in providing grant and interest-free loans to all private schools especially the ones serving the low-income parents and families. There should also be a tax holiday for businesses. The government can also help pay salaries of employees’, especially low-income schools.

Do you see businesses taking new shape after the pandemic?

Businesses will definitely take new shapes and dimensions. Approaches and strategies will change as there will be provision for physical and social distancing. Mode of payment will be surely defined as some business owners might not accept cash payment to avoid contact.

Do you think you can make up for your loss when normalcy returns?

The losses are numerous and unclassified. During the lockdown, I lost my immediate elder brother as a result of machete cuts by a man who might have been depressed by the negative impact of the lockdown. When I got the news on April 26, 2020, I could not contain it as my mother was with me. I had to travel with her with my family to my home town. All through the interstate travel ban I was shut up in the village. He is yet to be buried as Nigeria Police took over the investigation. The loss of my brother can’t be regained. The fees that parents would have paid for the third term can’t be recovered. Teachers and non-teaching staff can’t get back their full pay. The graduation ceremony that could not hold can’t be held again. Cost of maintenance of schools and facilities during the lockdown and closure of school can’t be regained. They are too numerous to mention.

As a school owner, how do you think social and physical distancing would be maintained in the class?

The possibility of social and physical distancing might apply in the classroom while learning but not outside the classrooms. The much emphasis on social distancing is uncalled for. Have you been to the markets, motor parks and so on, is it observed? How will that be 100% possible with children if adults can't abide by the rules? However, all school owners and teachers must try their best in ensuring and constantly reminding the students of the importance of keeping to COVID-19 guidelines.

When the ban on schools is totally lifted, what is the fate of the staff members that have been at home for months without salaries?

The pandemic has really dealt a big blow on schools’ income. Very few schools went on for virtual learning. Even at this, the salaries of the staff were slashed to accommodate the new normal as the parents couldn’t pay complete fees. For those schools that did nothing during the period, the possibility of paying the staff when school fully resumes is slim.

Some argued that technology will take over the way we run school. What are your thoughts on this?

Well, for now especially in Nigeria, technology will not immediately take over running the schools. To start with, devices like laptops and smartphones are expensive for millions of Nigerian families and, other affordable devices have limited capabilities and could underperform when used with high tech websites. How many families can afford that in Nigeria presently? What about the cost of data? Mind you, data (internet) is not free in Nigeria only about 50% of the population survives on $2 daily.
Even if data subscription can be obtained, what about electricity? How many cities in Nigeria can boast of steady power supply let alone rural and remote areas? Making mention of the schools on Radio/ TV organized by some states, did they cover all classes, apart from generic contents? How many pupils/students were able to sit down and listen in the midst of distractions at home and other exigencies like domestic chores? Look at public schools and universities, how many of them can boast of online or virtual learning? Equally, consider the low-cost private schools that serve low-income families, how can they afford these? With these, one can validly say, we are not yet ready for full technology takeover though few private universities and colleges can afford that.

What is your advice for school owners at this time and on resumption?

They should make sure that all the guidelines and protocols are put in place and observed.

What are the positive lessons you have learnt for this pandemic lockdown and what are your plans for the future?

I have learnt that problems can be turned to profits. I need to adequately take care of my health, that of my family and my clients. COVID-19 in Nigeria was not as envisaged. Though some key personalities died, we still never recorded the fatal loss as in some other countries. This means fear can kill more than any disease. I have learnt that virtual or remote learning must be inculcated into our learning system and curriculum. Low-income homes need to be encouraged and empowered to access recent technological advancement. Savings principles must be painstakingly, adhered to no matter the amount. Relationship is key as the lockdown opened up individual differences and temperaments. Closeness to God should not only be in times of adversity but also during prosperity. It is obvious now that we can worship God anywhere not only in the church. Fellowship in our homes should be more endearing than the church location.

What should be the attitude of business owners in this current situation?

We might not return to the old ways of doing business fully, there will be the utmost need for business owners to adjust to the new normal. We look forward to a bumper harvest with trust in God and focus in realigning with the government-approved guidelines.

https://www.churchtimesnigeria.net/pandemic-incalculable-schools/

Politics / AKWA IBOM: Gov Emmanuel Urges Arrest Of Illegal Levy Collectors- Vanguard News by Nnamnugochi: 9:37pm On Aug 21, 2020
By Chioma Onuegbu, Uyo

Governor Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom State has urged security agencies to arrest and prosecute any person or group collecting any form of revenue from traders within the state.

The Commissioner for Information & Strategy, Comrade Ini Ememobong, stated this in a statement made available to newsmen yesterday in Uyo in reaction to the controversial collection of illegal levies from traders in spite of the tax holiday granted them.

Ememobong stressed that the tax holiday granted to traders in all markets in the State by the governor was still in force, and urged traders in the to report any act of molestation or extortion to security agencies.

He said state government has therefore directed that market unions and management committees should ensure full cessation of all levies and tickets till further notice.

His words, “Take notice that His Excellency, the Governor of Akwa Ibom State, Mr. Udom Emmanuel had earlier granted tax holidays to traders in all markets in the State.

“Take further notice that the said tax holiday is still in force, therefore government will take serious steps to punish persons or groups who flout this order, by collecting any form of revenue from traders within the state.

“To this end, the state government directs that market Unions and Management Committees should ensure full cessation of all levies and tickets till further notice.

“Security agencies should arrest and prosecute any person or group collecting revenue from traders. Traders should report any act of molestation or extortion to security agencies.

“The State Government encourages traders and market operators to be law abiding as they go about their legitimate businesses without any fear of molestation or extortion".
Politics / Re: New Digital National Identity Card by Nnamnugochi: 8:50pm On Aug 17, 2020
Nairobi33:
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Your submission return an error.
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Has been giving me the error message above since yesterday. Am I the only one?
I'm experiencing same. Can someone please advise on what to do.
Politics / Re: Akwa Ibom Government Bans Street & Trafic Light Hawking by Nnamnugochi: 10:37pm On Jun 26, 2020
In another news:
The Commissioner of Police, Akwa Ibom State, Mr Edgal has ordered the
detention of a Police Officer, Inspector Imoh attached to Operation Porch,
Edem Akai, Etim Ekpo LGA for allegedly assaulting and threatening a Pastor
with his eldest brother on Tuesday, June 09,2020 around 6:30pm along Aba-
Ekparakwa Road @ Uruk Ata 2, Etim Ekpo LGA. The suspect slapped the
pastor three times after checking his vehicle and found nothing incriminating
but because the pastor refused to give him money. Immediately the
Commissioner of Police got wind of the incidence, he ordered the officer of the
nearby Divisional Police Station which is Ukanafun Divisional Police Station to
get the suspect arrested that night. The Patrol Van moved with the
complainant to the scene of crime and got the police Inspector, Mr Imoh
arrested. He is yet to face the orderly room trial.
It could be recalled that just last week, the same Police Commissioner, Mr
Edgal had announced the dismissal of a Police Constable, Mr Mfon Esio from
the Police as a result of being involved in initiation rites of a secret cult, Junior
Vikings Confraternity in May.

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Politics / Re: Akwa Ibom Police Commissioner Orders Detention Of Police Inspector by Nnamnugochi: 10:29pm On Jun 26, 2020
"He, therefore, enjoined residents of the State to report cases of rape and gender-based violence to the police.
Also, the Commissioner said the command arrested one pastor Inimfon Eyo Inyang for attempted rape of a 21-year-old girl.
He said investigations revealed that the said Pastor lived with eight other girls between the ages of 13yrs and 16yrs in his deliverance centre where he severally had unlawful carnal knowledge of one of the minors who is 15 years old."
Politics / Re: Akwa Ibom Police Commissioner Orders Detention Of Police Inspector by Nnamnugochi: 6:38pm On Jun 26, 2020
Nnamnugochi:

The Police Commissioner, Mr Edgal is a no-nonsense CP.
The man is really a professional police officer
Crime / Akwa Ibom Police Commissioner Orders Detention Of Police Inspector, Mr Imoh by Nnamnugochi: 8:20am On Jun 18, 2020
The commissioner of police, Akwa Ibom State, Mr Edgal has ordered the detention of a police Officer, Inspector Imoh attached to Operation Porch, Edem Akai, Etim Ekpo LGA for allegedly assaulting and threatening a Pastor with his eldest brother on Tuesday, June 09,2020 around 6:30pm along Aba-Ekparakwa Road @ Uruk Ata 2, Etim Ekpo LGA. The suspect slapped the pastor three times after checking his vehicle and found nothing incriminating but because the pastor refused to give him money. Immediately the commissioner of police got wind of the incidence, he ordered the officer of the nearby Divisional police Station which is Ukanafun Divisional police Station to get the suspect arrested that night. The Patrol Van moved with the complainant to the scene of crime and got the police Inspector, Mr Imoh arrested. He is yet to face the orderly room trial.

It could be recalled that just last week, the same police commissioner, Mr Edgal had announced the dismissal of a police Constable, Mr Mfon Esio from the police as a result of being involved in initiation rites of a secret cult, Junior Vikings Confraternity in May 2020

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Politics / Re: Akwa Ibom Police Commissioner Orders Detention Of Police Inspector by Nnamnugochi: 10:38am On Jun 16, 2020
Hunchogee:

Nice one from the state
The Police Commissioner, Mr Edgal is a no-nonsense CP.
Politics / Re: Akwa Ibom Police Commissioner Orders Detention Of Police Inspector by Nnamnugochi: 7:55pm On Jun 15, 2020
chatinent:
Keep it up. Put more effort.
Police brutality should not be condoned in any form.

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Politics / Akwa Ibom Police Commissioner Orders Detention Of Police Inspector by Nnamnugochi: 6:09pm On Jun 15, 2020
The Commissioner of Police, Akwa Ibom State, Mr Edgal has ordered the detention of a Police Officer, Inspector Imoh attached to Operation Porch, Edem Akai, Etim Ekpo LGA for allegedly assaulting and threatening a Pastor with his eldest brother on Tuesday, June 09,2020 around 6:30pm along Aba-Ekparakwa Road @ Uruk Ata 2, Etim Ekpo LGA. The suspect slapped the pastor three times after checking his vehicle and found nothing incriminating but because the pastor refused to give him money. Immediately the Commissioner of Police got wind of the incidence, he ordered the officer of the nearby Divisional Police Station which is Ukanafun Divisional Police Station to get the suspect arrested that night. The Patrol Van moved with the complainant to the scene of crime and got the police Inspector, Mr Imoh arrested. He is yet to face the orderly room trial.

It could be recalled that just last week, the same Police Commissioner, Mr Edgal had announced the dismissal of a Police Constable, Mr Mfon Esio from the Police as a result of being involved in initiation rites of a secret cult, Junior Vikings Confraternity in May.

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Crime / Re: Man Kills His Co-tenant In Abia State by Nnamnugochi: 12:09pm On May 21, 2020
Eulalia:
What's with the killing here and there bikonu?

God save us.
You can imagine that kind of wickedness!
Crime / Man Kills His Co-tenant In Abia State by Nnamnugochi: 1:13pm On May 20, 2020
A case of murder was reported in Ohanku Community, Abia State. A man matcheted his neighbor and the wife on April 25, 2020. While the wife survived, the husband died instantly. The former youth leader of the Community Mr Obinna, who resides in Aba confirmed that there has always
dispute between the wife of the deceased, Mrs Uwem Efremfon and the wife of the suspect. The suspect, Mr Echei is presently cooling in the custody of State CID, Abia State while the corpse of the deceased has been deposited at Cottage Hospital, Azumini, Ukwa East, Abia State.
When the State Commissioner of Police, Mrs Janet Egbede was contacted she stated she was yet to be briefed
Politics / Re: Giants Strides Of Gov Wike by Nnamnugochi: 2:55pm On Mar 14, 2020
This post is not meant to condemn any leader in government!

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