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16-year-old girl arrested for staging kidnap with her boyfriend

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On Thursday 17th June 2021, The Ekiti State Police Command arrested Suluka Abimbola, 16 ( a student of Christ School tutorials) alongside her boyfriend Oluwaseun Daniel Olajide, 25, for conspiracy and Self-Kidnapping

In line with the statement released by Abutu Sunday, the spokesperson of the State Police Command, on Tuesday the 16th of June 2021, Bolaji Femi of Bawa Estate, Ado- Ekiti went to New Iyin Divisional Police Headquarters and narrated that her sister Sulutu Abimbola had left home for school on Monday the  15th of June, but did not return home.

She further reported that when her ( Sulutu  Abimbola) phone was called it was picked by an unknown person, who confirmed that Suluka had been kidnapped and demanded that a ransom of five hundred thousand naira (#500,000.00) be paid to a Union bank account belonging to one Adisa Damilola. The ransom was later reduced to hundred thousand naira a source tells The daily page.

The case was instantly transfered to the Anti-Kidnapping Unit of the State CID where the owner of the account number was tracked and later led the operatives of the unit to Alex Grace Hotel, along Housing , Ado- Ekiti, where Suluka and her three accomplice were lodging.

In the course of the investigation Sulutu  confessed that she conspired with the other suspects to raise money so she could relocate from Ekiti State, because she wanted pursue her dream of becoming an actress, which her mother did not agree with as she wanted her to pursue a career in the medical field.

Tunde Mobayo, the Commissioner of Police, Ekiti State Command has directed that further investigation be done to serve as a warning  to any individual with a criminal sense.

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TapSwap sets July 1st as new launch date

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The popular crypto-currency platform, TapSwap has officially postponed her launch date from May 30th to July 1st, citing some reason for numerous bots.

This was made known to the public via the official social media platform of the crypto-currency platform on X.com (formerly Twitter) on Wednesday.

It was gathered that TapSwap decided to shift the launch date to July after they discovered some illegal bots are compromises the integrity of the token distribution process, hence enabling users to earn an unfair amount of Shares.

In order to rectify this issue, according to a statement released by TapSwap, they need sometime to identify, stop, and ban these bots, noting that this move will reward those who have earned them honestly.

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BREAKING: Tinubu signs old National Anthem bill into law

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Nigerian president, Bola Ahmed Tinubu has officially signed the old national anthem bill, making it a law.

THE DAILY PAGE recalls that the Nigeria senate on Tuesday passed a bill seeking to revert from the current national anthem to the old national anthem, “Nigeria, we hail thee”.

This was made known to the public by the Senate President, Godswill Akpabio on Wednesday during a joint session of the National Assembly.

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NLC rejects N60,000 new minimum wage proposed by FG

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The Federal Government of Nigeria has proposed N60000 new minimum wage has been rejected by the Nigeria Labour Congress, which claims it is offensive to the sensitivities of Nigerian workers.

According to a report by the Cable Newspaper, the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress rejected an earlier proposal by the federal government for a minimum salary of N48,000. This rejection occurred in as little as two weeks.

THE DAILY PAGE recalls that the National Labor Council (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) had suggested a minimum salary of N615,500 for Nigerian workers, noting the country’s high cost of living. They also gave the federal government until May 31 to complete the process of setting a new national minimum wage.

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