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“After my interview in a podcast where I said I hardly attended lectures but graduated with good grades because I used my b○ dy to get all I wanted in school. My School have emailed me to return my certificate before 48hours. -Chinwe Splendor

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“After my interview in a podcast where I said I hardly attended lectures but graduated with good grades because I used my b○ dy to get all I wanted in school. My School have emailed me to return my certificate before 48hours.

The university I attended has emailed me and ordered I should return my certificate before 48 Hours”

– Chinwe Splendor who had a salacious and obscene interview with Yanbaba over the weekend where she claimed she has s lept with all MDs Of Real Estate Companies In Anambra, Cr!es Out.

She also claimed that women in real estate constantly sIeep with buyers.

 

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PRESS RELEASE IGP HAS NO BUSINESS WITH CIVIL MATTERS, AS POLICE WARNS MISCHIEF MAKERS DRAGGING IGP’S NAME INTO LAND MATTER.

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The Nigeria Police Force has noted with amusement the recent allegations made against the Inspector General of Police, IGP Kayode Egbetokun, in connection with a land dispute involving one Ms. Bilikisu Ishaqu Aliyu and the Yesufu family. We find it necessary to address these unfounded claims and provide clarity on the matter, more so that the claims painted the police as an irresponsible, meddlesome, and lawless agency.

It will be recalled that the AIT in their publication of 10th July, 2024, titled ‘Yesufu Family Seeks Justice As Police Authorities Fail to Investigate Bilikisu Ishaqu’, distorted the facts in the case in question and thus misled the public.

First and foremost, it is important to emphasize that the IGP shouldn’t be dragged into civil matters such as this land dispute. The NPF’s role is primarily to maintain law and order and ensure public safety. The police only intervene in disputes when there are clear criminal elements involved.

Similarly, the assertion that the police are at odds with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is unfounded, laughable, and without merit. The NPF maintains a cooperative and professional relationship with the EFCC, and there are no conflicts between the two agencies on this extant case or any other matter whatsoever. Any suggestion to the contrary is a blatant attempt to mislead the public and create unnecessary tension between both agencies.

It is also vital to make it clear that if the parties involved in the dispute in question feel aggrieved and require the intervention of the IGP, there are proper channels to follow. Instead of resorting to media blackmail and attempting to malign the IGP’s reputation or ridiculing the Police institution, the concerned parties should make an official contact through the appropriate channels. The NPF is always open to addressing legitimate concerns and providing assistance where necessary, provided the correct procedures are followed.

The Nigeria Police therefore urges the public to disregard these unfounded claims in the media and continue to seek intervention from the police on issues capable of triggering crisis and violence, as the Force is committed to promoting peace, unity and progress in our dear country.

ACP OLUMUYIWA ADEJOBI, mnipr, mipra, fCAI,
FORCE PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT,
FORCE HEADQUARTERS,
ABUJA

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Renowned cryptocurrency mogul, Linus Williams, popularly known as Blord, has been released on bail following a three-day detention by the authorities.

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Controversial social media personality, VeryDarkMan, broke the news on his Instagram page on Friday.

VeryDarkMan had previously announced Blord’s arrest on allegations of fraud and terrorism funding. In a subsequent update on his page, VeryDarkMan revealed that Blord’s release was secured after extensive pleas and emotional appeals.

“After much begging and crying, Blord is out and will return next week to address all the alleged crimes. I believe the @npf_nccc will not compromise, and justice will prevail. See you next week, Mr. Influential,” VeryDarkMan stated.

The Blord Group had earlier disputed the arrest allegations, clarifying that Blord was merely summoned for questioning.

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OIL THEFT: IGP APPOINTS NEW COMMANDER FOR PETROLEUM TASK FORCE, RESTRUCTURES TEAM FOR EXCELLENT SERVICE DELIVERY

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Speaks Tough on Economic Sabotage.

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Kayode Adeolu Egbetokun, Ph.D., NPM, in his continuous effort to combat pipeline vandalism and oil theft, has appointed Deputy Commissioner of Police, DCP Bayonle Kafar Sulaiman, as the new Commanding Officer in charge of the Inspector-General of Police Special Task Force on Petroleum And Illegal Bunkering (IGP-STFPIB).

The new Commander, who has exhibited his prowess in similar taskforce operations, was previously Squadron Commander, Police Mobile Force 20, Lagos. As Commanding Officer of the IGP-STFPIB, the IGP has ordered him to lead the task force on the mission to combat illegal activities in the petroleum industry, including oil theft, illegal bunkering and pipeline vandalism.

The Inspector-General of Police has also condemned in serious terms the trend of oil theft, pipeline vandalism, and illegal bunkering which pose significant threats to the environment, economy, and energy security. He emphasized that these illegal activities not only result in significant financial losses but also devastating environmental consequences, including oil spills, pollution, and habitat destruction. He orders the Commander to hold firmly the reins of the office and ensure deterrence by prosecuting all individuals found culpable, and deploy his assets to prevent economic sabotage in the upper and downstream of our oil sector in Nigeria.

The IGP further appeals to all relevant stakeholders in the oil industry and well-meaning Nigerians to work hand-in-hand with the Police and other security agencies to collectively curb this menace and share credible intelligence with security agencies to expose any untoward plans promoting this crime and others alike in the country.

ACP MUYIWA ADEJOBI, mnipr, mipra, fCAI,
FORCE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER,
FORCE HEADQUARTERS,
ABUJA.

18TH JULY 2024

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