Twitter suspends Nigerian Communications Commission’s account over violation [ARTICLE]


According to Lindaikejisblog.com, although it is not specifically clear which rule NCC has breached, a quick check on the official handle of the agency ‘@NgComCommission’ confirmed that it has been suspended.

Twitter suspends Nigerian Communications Commission’s account over violation

Twitter suspends Nigerian Communications Commission’s account over violation

In other news, a man who has been arrested for butchering his two biological children to death has blamed the heartless act on God.

to avoid toeing the cliched line of attributing every evil deed to the devil, the suspect has told the police that it was an act of God.

The Niger State Police Command has arrested the suspect Abubakar Maidobo who allegedly hacked his two biological children to death and hid their corpses in the bush.

According to Lindaikejisblog.com, spokesperson of the command, ASP Waisu Abiodun, who confirmed the incident in a statement on Friday, November 20, said the suspect Abubakar Maidobo confessed to the heinous crime, claiming that it was an act of God.

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“On 14/11/2020 at about 0200hrs, based on information received, Police operatives attached to Nasko Division arrested one Abubakar Maidobo ‘m’ of Maidabo village via Salka, Nasko Magama LGA,” said ASP Abiodun.

“The suspect was arrested for allegedly killing his two (2) biological children with a cutlass, one Umar Abubakar aged 8yrs and Shehu Abubakar aged 4yrs while he hid the corpses in the bush in separate sacks.

“During interrogation, the suspect confessed to the crime and claimed that the incident was an act of God. The corpses were taken to General Hospital Nasko for autopsy. The case under investigation.” he added.


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