On Tuesday, Suspected hoodlums burnt down the Apapa Iganmu Police Station in Lagos State.
According to witnesses present at the scene, the incident occurred around 09.45 am.
Details to come…
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Anonymous @LiteMods on Saturday shut down the website of First Bank Nigeria for allegedly freezing #EndSARS movement fund-raiser account.
Anaedoonline.ng reports that the group of unidentified individuals had earlier hacked the websites of the Central Bank of Nigeria and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The group in its claim to the development threatened to hack more government websites.
on Friday, they hacked the Twitter handle of the National Broadcasting Commission and the account is still under their control having grown from 10,000 followers to 22,500.
The group noted that they support weak against the powerful and stand for justice.
They listed their values as human rights, autonomy and self-governance, resistance against tyranny, a more humane society.
Anonymous further stated that their actions are in support against the brutality of the police.
Anonymous had earlier in the week hacked the website of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) and leaked some sensitive data to the general public.
A young man identified as Ebelechukwu Ngini from Anambra State ahs asked his girlfriend to marry him and she knelt down to accept his ring.
Sharing photos from the surprise proposal, a mutual friend of the couple, Nwedo Angel, wrote:
“And She Said YES to Ebelechukwu Ngini.. Congratulations to you Odogwu Nwoke
Na Girlfriend wey cool down, Na she go collect RING.
She Don collect ring tonight!”
Telecommunications giant, MTN, has announced the closure of all its shops in Nigeria.
This may not be unconnected with the threat by some Nigerians to retaliate the Xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.
There have been attacks on Nigerians and their businesses in South Africa, an action which the Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama said the South African government was not doing enough to quell.
The attacks by South Africans also led to an attempt by some Nigerians to raze some South Africa-owned companies in Nigeria, including MTN, Dstv, and Shoprite.
In a message to its subscribers on Wednesday, MTN Nigeria announced the closure of its shops and the operation of only its online platforms. ”Yello! Our shops are unavailable today. You can reach us on Twitter- @MTN180, MTNonline.com/Livechat, chat on MyMTN App. For Call Center dial 180.