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PHOTOS: Police Arrest Over 100 Gay Suspects Holding Wedding In Delta

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The Delta State Police Command has announced that it arrested over 100 gay suspects carrying out a gay wedding ceremony at a hotel in the state.

Announcing their arrest on Facebook, the state police said it would parade the suspects shortly.

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“Delta State Command has arrested over a hundred gay suspects in a hotel carrying out a gay wedding ceremony. We will be going live shortly on Facebook to parade the said suspects,” it captioned.

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Recall that since the anti-gay law was passed in 2014, homosexuals have been arrested and paraded by security operatives in the country.

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On 31st of December 2021, Police cracked down on homosexuals in a hidden brothel in Isolo, Lagos.

19 young people were in 2022 arrested in Kano for allegedly attending a same-sex wedding.

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FULL LIST: 13 Zamfara Varsity Students Freed As Troops Rescue Seven [See state of origin]

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The Joint Task Force of Operation Hadarin Daji has rescued another seven female students of the Federal University Gusau in Zamfara State.

The PUNCH reports that bandits attacked the university and abducted over 20 students from their rented lodge in the Sabon Gida, Bungudu LGA of the state, last Friday.

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According to Zagazola Makama, a counter-insurgency publication focused on the Lake Chad region, the seven students were rescued alongside three male workers of Gupran Engineering Zervices Ltd.

The troops had earlier rescued six female students the same Friday.

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This translates to a total of 13 students who have been rescued so far.

The names of the freed students are as follows:

Rukayya Sani Batola: Educ Chemistry -200 Level -Zamfara

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Merry Monday: MCB-300 Level

Maryam Salawuddeen: Accounting-300 Level-Osun

Salamatu Jummai Dahiru: MCB-200 LEVEL

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Fiddausi Abdulazeez: Edu Biology -200 Level

Amamatullahi Asabe Dahiru: Education Chemistry-200 Level

Ketora Bulus: Education Physics-100 – Level-Kaduna

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Felicia Sunday: Computer Science- 200 – Level-Osun

Jamila Ahmad: BCH-200 LEVEL – Kogi

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Aisha Aminu Ujong: Edu Physics- GRADUATED-Cross River

Mariya Abdulrahman Usman: English-400 – Level-Katsina

Usaina Abdulrahman, Education: English-100 – Level-Katsina

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Saadatu Aminu Abubakar: Education Biology

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Flood Wrecks Havoc In Delta, Sacks Five Communities

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Ravaging flood across Delta State has sacked five communities in the Warri North Local Government Area.

The affected communities included Torukubuagbene, Awanba, Koropigbene, Itagbene and Asigborodo as well as adjourning communities.

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The Councillor representing Ogbinbiri ward 18, in Asigborodo Community, Mr Kenren Pere, disclosed this to newsmen on Monday in Warri.

Pere said the incident began more than a week ago and the situation became worse on Friday.

READ ALSO: BREAKING: Fire Guts Section Of Supreme Court

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While appealing for an urgent intervention by the state government, the councillor said that the life of his people were at stake.

He said, “I cannot attribute the course to flooding or the heavy torrential downpour that has been happening in recent time, though, rain has been falling before, but we have not had it so bad like this.

“Many valuables including local boats, clothes, food items, and other means of livelihood have been destroyed by the unfortunate occurrence.

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“Lives are at stake, people can no longer go about their normal daily activities to feed, so there is hunger in the affected communities.

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“The overflow started more than a week ago, but the situation became worse three days ago, leaving my people in fear,” he said.

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Pere also appealed to the state government to send relief materials including food items to the people “to alleviate their suffering.”

The Director, Administration and Finance, Delta Emergency Management Agency, Daniel Okpor said the agency was not aware of the development.

Okpor, however, requested for video clips of the incident to aid their findings and response.

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Was the incident a result of flood or rainfall? We believe more on video than photographs. In the absence of video, you can send me photographs,” he requested.

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BREAKING: Fire Guts Section Of Supreme Court

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A portion of the Supreme Court is on fire.

Our correspondent gathered that the fire engulfed a side of the judges’ chamber of the apex court.

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Details about the incident are still sketchy as of the time of filling this report.

The spokesperson of the court, Akande Festus, could not be reached as of the time of filling this report.

READ ALSO: JUST IN: Fire Guts Mega Plastic Industry In Ilupeju, Lagos [VIDEO]

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The spokesperson for the Federal Fire Service, Paul Abraham, asked our correspondent to call him back.

Details later…

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