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#BBNaija: I have no plan to date Alex after the show — Leo

Saturday 3 March 2018

nigerian-policeA kidnap kingpin who had been in Police net in Bayelsa State, Digiteme Itua (Alias Seko), who allegedly spareheaded the abduction of six employees of Hyundai Heavy Industries in Okpoama Island, including four Koreans and two Nigerians in December, has escaped.

The Bayelsa State Commissioner of Police, Kingsley Omire, who disclosed this to journalists in Yenagoa during a briefing, also revealed that Hyundai Heavy Industries secretly paid a ransom of N30 million to the kidnappers without the knowledge of the command.

According to the police Commissioner, suspects linked with the abduction of the construction workers on December 17, 2012 were Romeo Egbo, Goodnews Amabebe, Dito Ologbo and Digiteme Itua. The police chief said the command still had in its custody another kidnap kingpin, Simeon Lalapu, whose gang abducted the paramount ruler of Okordia clan inYenagoa Local Government of the state, King Seiba, on August 25.

He further noted that following the confession of Itua, who claimed that he had four AK47 and several rounds of ammunition in Ogboinbiri community in Southern Ijaw Local Government, security operatives left with him and Egbo for Ogboinbiri for the recovery of the arms. However, Itua and Egbo escaped into the swamp on the way to recovering the arms and ammunition as a gang of armed men, suspected to be comrades of the kidnappers opened fire on the security operatives escorting the suspected kidnappers.

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It appears the romantic feeling between Big Brother Naija housemates ,Leo and Alex isn’t mutual.

It has become common knowledge that Alex is so into Leo that she virtually spends a huge chunk of her time in the house, laying in bed with him.
inecThe Independent National Electoral Commission, it has been revealed, might be planning a special salary scale for its workers. National Commissioner of INEC in charge of South-West, Prof. Lai Olurode, made this known in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State, on Thursday.

According to Olurode, the commission is seeking special pay for its workers to motivate them and to discourage them from engaging in electoral malpractice. He said, “The commission is working to make sure that the staff begin to enjoy a special salary scale. What the commission is doing is a special assignment and we know that the workers are open to great temptations, especially from politicians.

“The work is very risky and the workers who do their work as expected at times risk being killed. We hope that this would be granted before the 2015 election. We have started engaging the relevant authorities to make sure that this is done.”

The INEC commissioner also added that INEC would do everything to make the workers happy in order to get the best from them.

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On Friday, when asked during her diary session about the state of their ‘relationship’.She revealed she genuinely likes Leo and they have plans to continue being close outside the Big Brother Naija house.

Who would’ve thought it’d be illegal to sell something as small as a bottle of water?

BBC News reports that as of January 1st 2013 Concord, Massachusetts has banned the sale of bottled water in units smaller than one litre.

Being enacted after a three-year campaign, the new ban seeks to reduce waste and encourage tap water use. This comes after studies show that Americans consume 50 billion small bottles of water each year.

This ban isn’t a first, and probably won’t be a last. With addition to more than 90 universities in the US and others around the world already restricting the sale of plastic bottles, the Australian town of Bundanoon introduced a complete ban on bottled water back in 2009.

Concord has not introduced any restrictions on the sale of small bottles of other drinks, and the bylaw has an exemption in case of emergencies.

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On his part,Leo told Big Brother he has no plans to date Alex as he already has someone he is interested in outside the house.

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