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New Jersey hit and run leaves two-year-old Nigerian child in critical condition


A two-year-old Nigerian child, Eno Jameson, who lives in New Jersey with her parents has been left in critical condition after being involved in a hit-and-run crash on Mother’s Day.

The New Jersey police have tracked down the driver who was promptly arrested.

The victim’s family live in a nearby apartment from where the accident took place.

Their home is just a short walk to the church the attend located across the street. The incident took place on Sunday morning when little Eno Jameson was hit while walking alone.

The driver simply took off.

“Sad on Mother’s Day. It’s not meant to be this way,” said Itoro Jameson, the victim’s father, adding when asked why his daughter was alone outside, “[My wife] thought she was with me. I thought she was with her and I think she came out the door herself.”

Surveillance video shows the pick-up truck that police said hit the 2-year-old and then just kept going, right after two cars narrowly miss her as she lies badly injured in the middle of Brookdale Avenue near 18th Avenue.

“This morning when I came here there were a lot of police here and a little kid was crossing the street and then I guess the car hit the little girl,” family friend Nagela Saint-Fleur said.

Police said 26-year-old Romane Errol Sr. of Newark was behind the wheel when he slammed into the toddler just before 9:40 a.m. Detectives discovered his truck nearby shortly after and took him into custody.

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Meanwhile, the young girl was rushed away by emergency workers to University Hospital with rib fractures, a double collapsed lung and lung lacerations.

“She’s blinking her eyes. That’s all she can do for now,” Itoro Jameson said. “My life. She’s my life.”

Friends said the family was on their way to a Sunday service at church but instead ended up at their little girl’s side in the hospital praying for her recovery.

“They were coming to our church,” Saint-Fleur said. “Nice people, very nice.”

Officials said the suspect was driving with a suspended and expired license. He was charged with operating a motor vehicle without a valid license and causing serious bodily injury.

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New Registrar of Federal Poly, Nasarawa, assumes duty



Nasarawa (Nasarawa State) The newly appointed Registrar of the Federal Polytechnic, Nasarawa, Alhaji Munir Ahmad, has formally assumed duty.

The Rector of the polytechnic, Malam Abdullahi Alhassan, stated this in a statement made available to the Newsmen in Nasarawa on Monday.

Alhassan said that the new registrar was the Deputy Registrar, Federal College of Education, Zaria, before his new appointment.

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He stated that Ahmad, who was born in 1971 at Kwarbai in Zaria Local Government Area of Kaduna State, received his primary school education in Zaria from 1977 to 1982.

He added that Ahmad attended Alhudahuda College, Zaria from 1982 to 1988, and then proceeded to the Institute of Administration, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, between 1990 and 1992.

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The rector added that the new registrar had attended several courses in Management, Administration, and Corporate Executives at home and overseas.

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NSE donates ambulance, cash to CMSCC



The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Monday redeemed its pledge of N60 million to the Capital Market Support Committee for COVID-19 (CMSCC) with the donation of an ambulance and N22.7 million cash.

The Chief Executive Officer, NSE, Mr Oscar Onyema, disclosed this in a statement made available to newsmen in Lagos.

CMSCC is a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)-led initiative set up to stimulate the capital market ecosystem to play an active role in curbing the spread of COVID-19 in Nigeria.

Onyema said that the initiative was in furtherance of the collaboration in fighting the pandemic, targeting the very vulnerable in the society.

“We are facing an unprecedented crisis that requires us to adopt a more collaborative approach in fighting this pandemic, especially as economic activity and social interactions resume.

“As we work to encourage the use of reusable face masks and adherence to other safety guidelines, we call on responsible corporate citizens and well-meaning individuals to support this initiative by wearing a mask when in public settings and donating masks especially to those at the bottom of the pyramid, so as to protect lives.

“As part of the Masks For All Nigerians campaign, the Exchange executed a nationwide awareness campaign on social media and radio to educate Nigerians on the need to wear face masks, practice social distancing and maintain good hygiene.

“It also involved its Good Cause Ambassador, Innocent ‘TuFace’ Idibia, to amplify the need for Nigerians to wear and donate face masks via, as well as adhere to the guidelines put in place to keep our communities safe.

“As part of its Employee Giveback Programme, members of staff are also donating 500 masks per week to Nigerians,” he said.

Onyema also said that the Exchange was displaying undaunted support in the fight against COVID-19.

“The Exchange has displayed remarkable resilience during this pandemic and continues to support the fight against COVID-19 in line with the strategic pillars of its Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility (CSR) strategy – community, workplace, marketplace and environment.

“The Masks For All Nigerians campaign and the attendant mask donation will provide immense support to the Government in reaching communities who have hitherto been left vulnerable.

“The Exchange also continues to sustain market activity through remote working and trading; promote market deepening activities; create an enabling regulatory environment for stakeholders; and recognise the efforts of public and private sector players in raising awareness, ramping up testing and increasing the capacity of the health sector to slow the spread of COVID-19,” he said.

The statement said the donation was received by the Chairman of CMSCC, Mr Ariyo Olushekun and the Director, Lagos Zonal Office, SEC, Mr Steven Falomo.

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According to the statement, the Exchange, to further its commitment to support the fight against the virus, launched the Masks For All Nigerians campaign.

It was launched with the aim of galvanizing responsible corporate citizens and individuals to donate 400 million face masks to Nigerians, especially low-income households.

The NSE kicked off the campaign with an anchor donation of 100,000 face masks that are being distributed in areas where it has operations and areas that are greatly affected by COVID-19.

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In response to the call, several private sector players sprung into action, with the total number of masks donated under the initiative hitting 216,300.

Opay was the first to partner the Exchange with a donation of 100,000 face masks to Lagos State University Teaching Hospital on June 4; also, Morbod Group donated 13,000 masks to residents of Lagos and South-Eastern part of Nigeria.

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The two most recent donors were Babalakin & Co Legal Practitioners and AIICO Insurance who donated 1,300 non-medical face masks to the Ikoyi Custodial Centre, Nigerian Correctional Service and 2,000 non-medical face masks to the Nigerian Red Cross Society, Lagos State Branch, respectively.

AIICO Insurance has also made a commitment to donate another 7,000 face masks.

The Exchange gave the breakdown of face masks for distribution as; 33,000 face masks in Lagos; 7,000 in Oyo; 5,000 in Ogun; 5,500 in Anambra; 5,500 in Rivers; 3,800 in Edo; 14,500 in Abuja; 18,000 in Kano; 3,900 in Borno; 3,800 in Kaduna; and 10,000 to capital market stakeholders.








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Hushpuppi’s prison details revealed in the Bureau of Prisons website



Instagram big boy and embattled scammer, Hushpuppi’s details have been released on the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) website.

Recall that Hushpuppi, whose birth name is Ramon Olorunwa Abbas, was extradited to the US  after he was arrested in Dubai for fraud.

His registration number in the US prison system was made public, allowing people to search for him in the BOP’s website.

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His details on the website shows his name, age, race and the location where he’s being held. As for his release, date, it states “Unknown”.

The US Department of Justice said in a statement that Hushpuppi could get a maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison if convicted.

Weeks ago after the Dubai Police authorities on Thursday confirmed the arrest of Nigerian well-known Instagram personalities Hushpuppi and Olalekan Jacob Ponle popularly known as Woodbery, the video showing the moment when Ray Hushpuppi was arrested was released by the Police

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The video was titled:

” @DubaiPoliceHQ takedown “Hushpuppi”, “Woodberry”, ten international cybercriminals in a special operation dubbed “Fox Hunt 2” was released on the official Twitter page of Dubai Police. 

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