The Emir of Kajuru, Alhaji Adamu Kajuru, has been released by bandits on Monday.
This come barely hours after they demanded a N200 million ransom to release the monarch and his relations who were abducted last weekend.
Kajuru has been released, but his relations were still in captivity.
“He was released at about 5 pm, after spending a night in the custody of the bandits.
“But the other 13 members of his family are still in captivity,” a palace source told journalists on Monday.
Journalists gathered that the 85-year-old monarch was released at an undisclosed location within Kajuru Local Government Area and was in good condition.
A yet to be identified Nigerian man has slumped to death after the DNA test showed that he is not the biological father of his supposed son.
According to reports making the rounds online, the man caught his wife cheating on him with another man on Snapchat and flew back from the States to conduct a paternity test on his son.
After the paternity test was conducted, he found out he is not the biological father of his 4 years old son.
After the results of the DNA proved that he is not the father of his son, he slummed and died immediately.
Social media users have reacted differently to the news.
This is sad! Eleven people who were taking selfies have been killed and many more left injured after lightning struck a historic fort in India on Sunday.
As many as 30 people were on the towers of the 12th-century Amer Fort in Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan when the lightning strikes occurred. Eleven people were killed while another 17 were injured, with three in critical condition, according to police.
The fort, which gives a panoramic view across Jaipur, was packed with tourists on Sunday. When the lightning struck near Amer Fort, people were said to be taking selfies close to the watchtower, while some jumped to the ground after the strike, according to local media reports.
Senior Jaipur police officer Saurabh Tiwari said: “It was already raining when the people were...
Justice Nicholas Oweibo of the Federal High Court in Ikoyi, Lagos, on Monday, set a date for continuation of Afeez Fashola, a.ka Naira Marley’s trial.
Kemi Filani News recalls that Naira Marley was arraigned in 2019 on an 11-count charge of credit card fraud preferred against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The music superstar pleaded not guilty to all the charges.
The prosecution had called two witnesses, Nuru Buhari Dalhatu and Augustine Anosike, both forensic experts with the EFCC.
They told the court how Naira Marley Frequently visited sites where stolen credit cards were sold to interested fraudsters.
The experts also revealed what was described as “shocking evidence” recovered from the defendant’s mobile...