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Thief "Emma-B" Burnt Alive In Warri (Video)

The 9th day of May 2016 will forever be a date that strikes fear in the hearts of criminals in Warri as a certain Emma B, 22, at the early hours of today met his waterloo as he was another jungle justice subject when an angry mob set him ablaze after he was accused of theft. 165 more words

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Release Nnamdi Kanu or we'll break Nigeria! -Niger Delta Avengers

Warri and Kaduna refineries will be shut down and all cities that depends on the gas line for power will all be in total darkness like the creeks of the Niger Delta” 491 more words

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Militants blow up pipelines linking Warri, Kaduna refineries

Another attack by suspected militants in the Niger Delta on two pipelines conveying crude oil and gas are threatening the operations of two of the nation’s refineries and power plants. 27 more words

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Veinticinco (Or "Showing Up")

31st July, 1990.
Warri, Bendel State.

“Isn’t the food here yet? ”

“Nna’m,  calm down, it’s almost ready. ”

Nna’m. That was how she addressed her husband. 1,066 more words

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Pregnant woman dies after getting hit by butt of soldier's gun in Warri

A pregnant woman hit with the bayonet of a rifle by an angry soldier died this morning at Effurun, Uvwie Local Government Area in Delta State. 188 more words

Delta Speaker cautions traffic officers on road users

The Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon Monday Igbuya on Thursday recaptured the trauma he had to go through in major roads in Asaba and Warri, urging officers of the Delta State Traffic Management Authority (DESTMA) to restore sanity and ensure the free flow of traffic on Delta roads at all times. 236 more words

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Nigeria Navy Impounds 26 High Speed Boats In Warri

Nigerian Navy authorities in Warri, Delta, on Wednesday said navy personnel in the area had impounded 26 high speed boats in the area.

The Operations Officer of NNS DELTA, Warri, Commander Shehu Tasiu, disclosed this to newsmen while displaying the boats at the Naval Base, Warri. 227 more words

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