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Shock As Eight Kids Found Dead In Vehicle In Lagos




There was commotion on Adelayo Street, Agunaje area along the Badagry Expressway in Lagos as residents of the area found eight children dead in vehicle parked in front of the owner’s house.

It was gathered that the incident which happened on Saturday caused pandemonium as parents and relatives of the victims wept uncontrollably at the sight of the corpses.

It was learnt that the children might have died as a result of lack of oxygen. They reportedly went into the vehicle and mistakenly locked themselves up.

The child-lock feature of the SUV said to belong to one Saliat Kazeem and parked in front of her house was activated.

The children could not open the doors from inside and residents said nobody knew they were in the vehicle until when their remains were discovered in the parked vehicle.

One of the parents of the victims was said to be looking for her child and while searching everywhere , the lifeless bodies of the kids said to be between four and six years old were found in the car.

The woman was said to have raised alarm and the vehicle was opened only to discovered that the eight of them had died.

The Police Public Relations Officer in Lagos State, Adekunle Ajisebutu, confirmed the incident.

The PPRO said the children mistakenly locked themselves up in the vehicle and could not open the doors because of the child-lock feature which had been activated.

He said, “The bodies have been recovered and deposited at the Badagry General Hospital’s morgue for autopsy so as to determine the actual cause of death.”



CBN to roll out e-invoice, e-valuator for imports, exports February 1



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From February 1, 2022, all import and export operations would require the submission of an electronic invoice and electronic valuator authenticated by the authorised dealer banks on the Nigeria Single Window portal, (Trade Monitoring System), the Central Bank of Nigeria has said.

This was disclosed in a circular released at the weekend and signed by CBN’s Director, Trade and Exchange Department, Dr. O. S. Nnaji.

According to the banking sector regulator, the e-invoice and e-valuator ar consistent with its desire to promote ease of doing business and engendering transparency in the economy.

The circular was titled: “Guidelines on the introduction of e-valuation, e-invoicing for import and export in Nigeria.”

It informed dealers and the general public that the introduction of e-valuator and e-invoice replaced the hard copy final invoice as part of the documentation required for all import and export transactions.

“This new regulation is primarily aimed at achieving accurate value from import and export items in and out of Nigeria,” it said.

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The apex bank added that the e-invoicing guidelines required that products that were more than 2.5 per cent around the vertical price would be queried and would not be allowed successful completion of Form M or Form NXP as the case may be.

According to the circular, an importer/exporter of goods into Nigeria must ensure that the purchase/sale contract with a foreign supplier/buyer stipulates compliance with the obligations set out in this regulation.

The CBN further explained that the supplier’s/seller’s invoice must be submitted in electronic format and authenticated by authorised dealer bank as part of the documentation for payment.

“No importer/exporter may effect payment to the credit of any foreign supplier unless the electronic invoice has been authenticated by authorised dealer banks presented together with the relevant document for payments,” it added.

The CBN Governor, Mr Godwin Emefiele, recently assured Nigerians of various efforts and initiatives aimed at bolstering the economy for the good of the country.


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Uzodimma turns Imo into counterfeit, says Okorocha



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Senator Rochas Okorocha said the government in Imo is now a counterfeit of what a state government should be under Governor Hope Uzodimma.

The former governor, now representing Imo West senatorial District, said Uzodimma does not have what it takes to govern a people in a democracy.

Okorocha stated this in a press release signed by his Special Adviser Media, Sam Onwuemeodo and made available to newsmen in Owerri.

“Imo State and her people have not known peace since Chief Uzodimma became governor. They have only been hearing stories of killings, arson, kidnapping, invasion, rituals, what they never witnessed when the righteous ones were in power or on the throne.

“Governor Uzodimma and his government have become itching experiences Imo people won’t forget in a hurry. The government has made Imo people see their ears with their eyes. And the daily prayer on the lips of every sincere Imo man or woman has been, “may this nauseating cup run over

“During my governorship for 8 years, militancy was a big issue in the oil-producing areas of Ohaji, Egbema and Oguta. I didn’t begin to supervise the killings. As a leader of his people, I employed and deployed diplomacy and got that problem solved.

“But under Governor Uzodimma, the killing of Imo people seems to have become the rule, instead of the exception. And the government is not regretting the killings, but only labouring to justify them.

“Under my administration, the opposition was encouraged to function unhindered. Every part of the state was alive and bubbling. Today, no part of the state is functioning. They are after the opposition. And they are not humble about their cluelessness and ineptitude.”

Reacting to news of the 11-year-old boy, Somtochukwu who lost his life during the relocation of EkeUkwu market, Okorocha said trying to justify the mindless and gruesome murder of innocent youths, men, women, and traditional rulers under his governorship portrays Uzodimma as one who came to destroy and not to build.

Governor Uzodimma had through his Information Commissioner, Mbadiwe Emelumba said, Okorocha ordered the killing of the 11-year old boy during the relocation of the Ekeukwu market in Owerri.

Okorocha said they failed to tell their audience what was the co-relation between the relocation of the Ekeukwu market and the death of the young boy.

He said trying to use intimidation and deceit to explain away the traumatic experience his government has brought to Imo people, will not work.


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Malami hand over 43 housing units in Kebbi to  beneficiaries



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 The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Chika Malami has hand over keys of the 43 Housing Estate Units to the beneficiaries which were funded by the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria.

   Malami, while speaking at the ceremony, held in Kalgo,Kebbi State said, the project has proved to be a veritable income which would also provided employment for many indigenes of the state.

   According to him, “the mortgage was facilitated through Federal Housing Authority (FHA) Mortgage Limited with total value of N217, 100, 000.00 at an interest of 6% and a tenure averaging 15 years to Nigerians mostly medical personnel working with the Federal Medical Centre Birnin-Kebbi, here in Kebbi State.

   “This achievement is purely out of the commitment of the Federal Housing Authority Mortgage Bank whose Chairman, Senator Gbenga B. Ashafa, is a distinguished Nigerian with track record of performance in collaboration with the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) with Arc, Ahmed Musa Dangiwa at the helm of affairs.

   “In addition to the provision of shelter, this project has proved to be a veritable income source as well as having the potency to provide employment to over 200 Nigerian citizens; the bulk of whom are Kebbi State indigenes”.

   He noted that, the project was part of the  commitment of the Federal Government and a fulfilment of the promise made by President Muhammadu Buhari to deliver 300,000 affordable houses in Nigeria for citizen comprising of both the civil and public servants.

   He said: ” I am glad that the people of Kebbi State are beneficiaries of this project as we witnessed this great occasion. I pray that more people from the State will benefit in similar projects in the nearest future.

  ” I congratulate all the beneficiaries of the National Housing Fund Scheme whose names are so numerous to be mentioned.  I acknowledge every one of you as the latest Landlords”.

  He urged the beneficiaries to ensure the repayment obligations  in accordance with the terms of offers until the mortgages are fully liquidated with the Bank.

   The Minister  commended Mallam Hayatuddeen Atiku Awwal, the Managing Director of the Federal Housing Authority Mortgage Bank for the wonderful achievement and urge him to do more.


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