Bayelsa Govt withholds salaries of 4,204 workersBy Nathan NwakammaThe Bayelsa Government on Wednesday said it withheld the October salaries of 4,204 workers with questionable records, as part of steps to reform the state civil service. The Deputy Governor, Rear Admiral John Jonah (rtd), who announced this at a press conference in Yenagoa, said that those affected were from the eight local government areas in the state.
Man arrested for hacking wife to deathBy Nathan NwakammaPolice in Bayelsa have arrested a 24- year-old man, Edwin Vincent, for allegedly hacking his 21-year old wife, Joy Micheal, to death with a machete. The incident occurred at Kaima in Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government Area of the state. The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Asinim Butswat, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Yenagoa.
IGP IdrisBy Nathan NwakammaNo fewer than 42 suspected armed robbers and cultists detained by the Special Anti Robbery Squad cell (SARS) in Yenagoa on Tuesday broke free from detention and escaped. A Policeman attached to the SARS who was drafted to cordon off the facility said that they were still taking stock of the number of inmates that had escaped.
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