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My Wife warned me to stop robbery – Motorcycle Thief confesses

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Niger State Police command has arrested suspects for dispossessing motorcycle owners of their motorcycles in Bida Local Government Area of the state.

Meanwhile, one of the suspects arrested Aliyu Aliyu, said his wife had for long been advising him to stop robbery but could not because he had no other business.

The father of four, who blamed devil for the act, said: “My wife is aware that I am a motorcycle thief, but she has been counselling me to desist from this act but since I didn’t have any other business, I could not change and there was nothing she could do as long as this is the main source of my income out of which I spend on her and the children.

“My regret is that I have dragged the name of my family especially my mother’s reputation  into the mud and she will surely disown me.”

The Police Public Relations Officer, Muhammad Abubakar, who confirmed the arrest said the suspects have made confessional statements that would lead to the arrest of other accomplices, some of them now at large.

He said they will be charged to court soon.

 

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South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa stuck inside train during his Campaign

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South Africa’s President, Cyril Ramaphosa has in a passengers that has reportedly stopped for hours with no reason given for the delay.

Journalist who are accompanying Mr Ramaphosa, who is campaigning in the northern province of Guateng for the 8 May election – have been sharing updates on social media.

Some frustrated passengers have climbed out of the train to look for alternative means of transport, while traders operating near where the train stopped have been selling their wares to passengers, BBC reports.

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Homeless Nigerian Boy becomes Chess Champion in US

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A homeless eight-year-old boy has become a chess champion in United States. Tanitoluwa Adewumi left his home in the north in 2017, as a result of attacks by Boko Haram terrorists.

He lives in a shelter in the US with his mother Oluwatoyin, father Kayode and older brother, and when he showed an interest in chess his mother got him to join a local club.

He has been playing for just over a year, but with hours of practice he won top prize in his age category at the New York State Chess Championship.

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Many injured as Man opens fire on Dutch tram

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Several people have been injured after a man opened fire on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht, police have said.

A square has been cordoned off by authorities, and emergency services are at the scene.

Details later…

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