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Lady mistakenly uploaded her n@kkɛd video on social media

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The private video seems to be a societal canker that has come to dwell with us especially the people of Ghana.

Its comes in a different form in one way or the other. It’s no more a surprise when such videos pop up and circulate across the various media centres.

Shame is no more a regarded word to the youth of these days. Le@ked videos and s3x tapes seem to be their new life and trend which almost all of them are following.

The video below shows a girl who recorded her ‘property’ in the name of love to send the video to her boyfriend and mistakenly pops up on social media.

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We would have loved to upload the video for our cherished readers but it’s against our policies.

But the reality is that this video is not really hard to find since it began trending on all the social media platforms. Just log on and you will find it with ease…wink

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Transition Committee: Did Soludo Make A Wrong Start? – Opinion

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Transition Committee: Did Soludo Make A Wrong Start? – Opinion

When the average person questions a Professor about a decision he has made, the Professor is likely to look down on the person & say: “you will not understand why I made this decision because…intellectuals make intellectual decisions”.

This is pure tautology.

The best management advice is to: ‘make it simple’.

If this is about the best management advice why is Professor Soludo not making it simple?

Therefore, while accolades have been pouring on Pro. for setting-up an 80-Member Transition Committee. I beg to differ.

*Is the 80-Member Transitional Committee, largely made up of academicians & technocrats, aimed at impressing or intimidation Ndi- Anambra?

*Is an 80-member Transition Committee not just too much for an incoming state administration?

*Whether it is a 20-Member or 40-Member Transitional Committee, the truth is that no administration can solve all the problems of a state in 4-years (even 8-year), so why 80-members?

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*How do you cordinate an 80-Member Transitional Committee? Will they ever seat in the same conference room together & can each of them all speak at a given seating?

*What about the cost to the state of having an 80-member Transitional Committee with most members not residing in the state?

*The entire ministries & agencies of a state government is not up to eighty. So, why have an 80-Member transition committee?

*Since civil servants are likely to be in charge of implementing the policies formulated by this committee why are they not widely represented in the composition of the committee?

*Where is the Prof’s area of focus or priority. Does he need the finding of the Transition Committee before he states his priority?

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*An incoming administration must have key areas that it must jumpstart when it comes into office, hopefully when these areas are jump-started they will help revive other sectors

*Constituting an 80-Member Transitional Committee might mean that Prof. did not think hard & through about the challenges facing the state.

*Constituting an 80-Member Transition Committee might mean that Prof. is not only going to be too cautious, but his pace will be bugged down by overt emphasis on data gathering.

*Some of this so called technocrats & intellectuals underperformed in their past assignment, while other did not leave lasting impact in their previous job.

*Some academic doctors are like parasites they are far too interested in gathering materials for their next academic paper than they are willing to give useful advice.

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*It is unfortunate that for a state that has the highest number of businessmen & industrialist in Nigeria no notable businessman is a member of Prof’s transition committee.

*This is unacceptable because it is these businessmen that will build new industries, create more jobs, increase the state’s IGR & collaborate with the state government on possible PPI projects.

*Pro. does not have a street smart, gritty & from grass-to-grace businessman like Innocent Chukwuma in his Committee. Yet, to achieve his goal of turning Anambra to Taiwan of African, Prof. needs more Chukwumas than he needs academicians.

The truth is that without visionaries, dreamers & doers no amount of thinkering by technocrats can take a state to lofty height.

From David Nwachukwu

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Breaking: Kaduna Residents Flee As Bandits Invade Village

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Hundreds of villagers are fleeing Damari community in Birnin Gwari Local Government Area of Kaduna State after dozens of bandits riding on motorcycles invaded the community on Sunday morning.

Villagers told Daily Trust that the bandits were in pursuit of members of a group loyal to a notorious warlord, Malam Abba, whom the Kaduna State Police Command in 2020 confirmed to be a member of the terrorist group, Boko Haram.

Ibrahim Hassan, a resident of Damari, who has fled the community, told Daily Trust that the bandits stormed the area around 10am on Sunday, adding that many began to flee on hearing the reverberating gunshots.

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Daily Trust gathered that a deadly clash had ensued on Friday between bandits and the lieutenants of Malam Abba in which several bandits were killed in the face-off.

A source from the community said it is suspected that the bandits who attacked Damari were on a vengeance mission and deliberately attacked Damari because the community was under the protection of Malam Abba.

When contacted, Kaduna State Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Mohammed Jalige, said he has contacted the officer in charge of the area to liaise with other security agents in order to rescue the situation.

Bandits’ activities are persisting in Kaduna despite military operations ongoing in the state and other parts of the North to neutralise the criminal.

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Police Arrest Vigilante Commander For Torturing Female Cop In Anambra

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Police Arrest Vigilante Commander For Torturing Female Cop In Anambra

The Anambra State Police Command has arrested the commander of the Anambra State Vigilante Group for allegedly torturing a female police officer on January 12, 2022.

The police spokesman, DSP Ikenga Tochukwu, confirmed the arrest in Awka on Saturday.

He said the Commissioner of Police, Echeng Echeng, ordered the arrest of the suspect, whose name was not mentioned, following a report of harassment and torturing of a female police officer at the AVG’s Awuda Nnobi security office.

He described the act as cowardly and assured members of the public that the command was always ready to protect the women against violence even when the person is not from the security community.

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He thanked the members of the public especially Ndi Anambra for their advocacy in condemning the act and protecting the female gender.

He said, “Following a trending video on the social media showing when some members of the Anambra Vigilante Group were seen harassing and torturing a female in their office at Awuda Nnobi. The CP ordered the immediate arrest of the commander and investigation has since commenced.

“The command, today, wishes to inform the general public, especially Ndi Anambra, that the commander of the AVG has been arrested for allegedly torturing a female police officer on 12th January 2022 at Awuda Nnobi security office and he is in our custody.”

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