A patrol vehicle belonging to the Federal Road safety Corp, FRSC, this evening, crashed into an oncoming hilux belonging to the Standard Organisation of Nigeria, SON along Eleme axis of East west road.
The accident occurred close Aleto Bridge, along Eleme – Akpajo axis of East west road, Port Harcourt Rivers Stateas.
The FRSC vehicle ran into another oncoming hilux belonging to the Standard Organisation of Nigeria, SON.
According to an eye witnesses account, the FRSC hilux was running one-way against trafic, was allegedly chasing another vehicle until it ran into the SON hilux vehicle which was on its right of way.
Although no life was lost, but both vehicles were damaged beyond repair.
Facebook user, Dae Stephen Deegbara who reported the story on his time-line said it took the intervention of the Leader of Conscience of Ogoni People, Chief Gani U. Topba, who ran into the scene to rescue the victims and some personnel of the Federal Road Safety Corp, FRSC from mob attack.
Arrest Miyetti Allah Leaders, CAN Tells FG
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has advised the Federal Government to arrest the leaders of the Miyetti Allah for allegedly sponsoring crimes in the country.
CAN President, Rev. Samson Ayokunle, gave the advice in a chat with reporters in Abuja.
Ayokunle, who expressed sadness over the recent killings in the northern part of the country, especially that of the Adamawa State CAN chairman, said: “The Federal Government should order the arrest of the leadership of the Miyetti Allah Groups in who are sponsoring and perpertuating the crime of Nigeria and prosecute them for all the killings in Southern Kaduna, Benue, Plateau and Taraba states, among others”.
Facebook Shuts Down Nnamdi Kanu’s Page
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Thursday said the Facebook page of its leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been shut down.
The group’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, in a statement, alleged that the action was taken by Facebook Nigeria who, it said viewed the page as a platform to exposing the ills in government.
It warned that Biafra had suffered greatly as a result of denial of media space in the late 60s, saying it could not afford to allow same to continue in the 21st century.
The statement reads in part: “We can confirm that Facebook Nigeria has shut down the page of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
“This is not unconnected with the fact that our leader’s page has become a rich resource for those determined to expose the evil regime in Nigeria and enthrone a better life for the masses.