Nigerian Newspapers: 11 things you need to know this Monday morning

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Top Nigerian Newspapers Headlines Online Today For Today Monday, April 4. 

Nigerian Newspapers Headlines For Today  –  Good morning to you, and welcome to the Ejes Gist Nigeria Daily Newspaper Headline Of Today, Monday, April 4, 2022,

Hello and good morning! Today’s summary from Nigerian Newspapers is as follows:

1. Gunmen are said to have kidnapped an Inspector of Police and two other worshippers from a mosque in Soyoye, Abeokuta North Local Government Area, Ogun State. According to a source, the abductors have contacted the victims’ families and demanded a ransom of N5 million for each of them.

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2. Akin Isaac, a man from Lagos, has been charged with impregnating his 20-year-old biological daughter before an Ikeja Special Offences Court. The accused not only impregnated his daughter, but also forced her to abort the pregnancy.

3. In Anambra State, hoodlums attacked the Amichi Divisional Police Headquarters in Nnewi South LGA and others. The attack came just 24 hours after two people were killed in an attack on the administrative headquarters of Nnewi South LGA.

4. Sheikh Nuru Khalid, the Chief Imam of Abuja’s Apo Legislative Quarters Mosque, who was suspended for speaking out against the government, said he was unconcerned about his suspension and that he learned about it from the media. He vowed to keep speaking the truth, challenging those who thought his sermon was inciting to provide proof.

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5. The traditional ruler of Bukpe community in Kwali Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has been ordered by abductors to sell his house in order to raise the N20 million ransom demanded by the abductors.

6. Nigerian police officers from the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) intercepted a bus full of illegal drugs in the Mile 2 area of Lagos State. SP Benjamin Hundeyin, the spokesperson for the Lagos State Police Command, confirmed this in a statement issued on Sunday in Lagos.

7. Breaking: 3 FRSC Officials Shot Dead by Gunmen

Gunmen killed three members of the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, who were on duty along the Igboukwu – UGA road in the Aguata Local Government Area. During the attack, one other person was injured, according to reports.

8. Between Friday and Sunday, some gunmen invaded the Ayobo Housing Scheme Extension in the Oshin area of Ayobo-Ipaja in Lagos State, kidnapping three people and killing two others. According to reports, the gunmen crossed the Lagos-Ogun state border and fled with their victims in a boat.

9. Michael Ogunlade, a 47-year-old police inspector, was confirmed dead at a hotel in Ibadan, Oyo State, during marathon sex with his secret lover, whose name has been withheld. The incident occurred around 3:15 p.m. on Sunday, according to a hotel source, shortly after the two of them paid for a short rest at the hotel in Oke-Ado, Ibadan.

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10. On Sunday in Abuja, the Presidency chastised the Peoples Democratic Party Governors’ Forum for declaring the All Progressives Congress ineligible to contest the general elections in 2023. It also accused the governors of engaging in divisive and divisive politics, claiming that the PDP’s “gimmick” benefits the country in no way.

11. Hundreds of murdered civilians discovered as Russians withdraw from towns near Kyiv.

As towns of Bucha and Irpin were retaken from withdrawing Russian forces, horrific photos and videos began to flow in.

Ruined houses, burned-down cars, and bodies of civilians scattered around the streets.

Dead bodies seen scattered on the ground in Bucha on April 2, 2022, after the Russian forces were forced to leave the city under their control for weeks. Many of the bodies found in Bucha have their hands tied behind their back, pointing at an organized killing. (Mikhailo Shevchenko/ Facebook)

The photos appear to prove that the Russian forces carried out targeted, organized killings of civilians in Bucha, particularly of men: They are often found shot dead, with their hands tied behind their backs.

A dead body lies on the ground in a street in Bucha, northwest of Kyiv, on April 2, 2022. (AFP via Getty Images)

Before the war, Irpin and Bucha were quiet satellite towns of Kyiv, home to 60,000 and 28,000 people, respectively.

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During the Russian invasion that started on Feb. 24, the two towns became the site of fierce fighting, as Russians were trying to approach Kyiv from the northwest. Bucha spent weeks under Russian military control, while Irpin was partly controlled by Russians.

A dead body lies on the ground in a street in Bucha, northwest of Kyiv, on April 2, 2022. (AFP via Getty Images)

During this time, there were multiple reports of Russians killing civilians, including reports that adult men were singled out and murdered in Bucha. The photos appear to prove that.

Irpin was retaken from the Russians on March 28, and Bucha on April 1. A day later, the Ukrainian government said that the entire Kyiv Oblast was free of Russian forces.

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