Written by on June 13, 2020

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  • FG Commissions MKO Abiola Stadium In Abuja

The Federal Government has officially commissioned the Moshood Kashimawo Abiola Stadium in Abuja, the nation’s capital. This comes a year after the Federal Government pledged to immortalise the late sports philanthropist and nationalist, Chief Moshood Kashimawo Abiola by renaming the stadium after him.

President Muhammadu Buhari had on June 12, 2019 announced the change of the name of the National Stadium to MKO Abiola Stadium. June 12 was signed into law as Democracy Day as a mark of honour to Mr Abiola, the acclaimed winner of the June 12, 1993 presidential election.

  • Release my aides, Aisha Buhari tells IGP Adamu

Aisha Buhari has called on the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, to immediately release her aides who were reportedly detained based on the orders of the Chief Security Officer to the President, Idris Kassim. Aisha Buhari stated this in a series of tweets on Friday.

An earlier report revealed that a top aide to the President, Yusuf Sabiu aka Tunde, who had recently returned from another state, refused to self-isolate but forced his way to the Presidential Villa. Aisha Buhari’s aides were said to have forcibly removed him from the Villa but Sabiu, who is one of the most powerful aides to the President, allegedly got the CSO to arrest Aisha’s aides including her ADC, Usman Shugaba.

Aisha Buhari said: “I call on the IGP to release my assigned Staff who are still in the custody of the Police in order to avoid putting their lives in danger or exposure to Covid-19 while in their custody”.

  • Another protest over insecurity rocks Katsina

Hundreds of motorists and commuters were on Thursday stranded at Yankara town in Faskari Local Government Area of Katsina State as irate youths barricaded the access road in protest over an earlier attack on their communities leading to the death of over 60 people. Travellers from Kaduna, Zaria and Funtua could not access the road to Zamfara and Sokoto States, while those coming from Kano through Sheme town also got stuck in the hold-up.

The youths in large numbers carried placards with messages accusing the federal government and security agencies of neglect, and turned deaf ears to security patrol teams that came to plead with them to remove the barricades for motorists’ to have passage. Abubakar Hamisu, a resident of the town said the protest was informed by what he called the nonchalant attitude of government and security agencies towards safeguarding lives and properties.

Hajiya Zurfa Shugaba, travelling from Kano to Gusau said “I’m happy with these protesters for the way and manner they are demonstrating.
“Human lives should not be wasted as being experienced in recent times. The government must rise to the occasion”

  • INSECURITY: Reps, Southern and Middle Belt leaders ask FG to stop entry of foreign herdsmen into Nigeria

The House of Representatives as well as Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum, SMBLF, on Tuesday asked the Federal Government to stop the entry of herdsmen from other African countries into Nigeria.
Consequently, the House mandated its Committees on Police Affairs, Army and Interior to interface with the Inspector General of Police, the Chief of Army Staff and the Comptroller General of the Nigerian Immigration Service on the best ways of policing and securing the country’s borders. The House’ decision followed the adoption of a motion on “Need to stop the Entry of Herdsmen from other African Countries into Nigeria,’’ moved by the Minority Leader, Ndudi Elumelu.

Elumelu said the House noted that in recent years, herdsmen had been on rampage, destroying farm lands, burning villages and killing innocent Nigerians indiscriminately in many states across the federation. He noted that security agents in the country had consistently stated that the herdsmen were not Nigerians but migrants from other African countries.* Senate passes N10.8trn revised 2020 budget

  • Senate passes N10.8trn revised 2020 budget

The Senate on Thursday passed the revised 2020 budget of N10.8 trillion, the exact amount approved by the House of Representatives on Wednesday. The budget was passed at both the Senate plenary and at the Committee of Supplies following the consideration of the report of the Senator Barau Jibri-led Committee on Appropriation.

The Senate increased the budget size of N10.5 trillion presented to it by the executive by about N300 billion. The sum of N500 billion was passed in the budget as an intervention fund for COVID-19, while N186 billion was earmarked for the health sector.

The sum of N422 billion was for statutory transfers and N4.9trillion for recurrent expenditure. Capital expenditure gulped N2.4 trillion while N2.9 trillion was earmarked for debt servicing.

  • Nigeria Governors Forum agree to declare state of emergency on rape

The Nigeria Governors Forum(NGF) has agreed to declare a state of emergency on sexual and gender-based violence against women and children. They also renewed commitment to ensuring that offenders face the full weight of the law.

This was contained in a communique signed by the Chairman of the NGF, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, after the forum’s 10th COVID-19 teleconference meeting held on Wednesday. Governors agreed to, “Declare a State of Emergency on Sexual and Gender-based Violence. Governors strongly condemned all forms of violence against women and children and committed to ensuring that offenders face the maximum weight of the law.

“Call on State Governors that have not already domesticated relevant gender-based protection laws to domesticate the Violence Against Persons (Prohibition) Act, the Child Rights Act and the updated Penal Code to increase protection for women and children and ensure speedy investigation and prosecution of perpetrators in addition to creating a sex offender register in each State to name and shame.”

  • Outrage greets Miyetti Allah’s “Nigeria belongs to Fulani” statement

The National President of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore Alhaji Bello Abdullahi Bodejo was quoted to have said “the Fulani own Nigeria and will continue to rule the country”. He was also quoted to have said that herdsmen do not need any permission to enter any community as they are the owners of land anywhere across the nation, and that the Fulani would float a 100,000-man vigilante to be deployed across the country”. The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN; Southern/Middle Belt Leaders Forum, SMBLF; Ohanaeze youths; the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB; First Republic politician, Chief Mbazulike Amaechi; and Second Republic lawmaker, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, were among those who flayed/reacted to the comments.

  • Ohanaeze youths give killer-herdsmen 2 wks to quit forests in Igboland

Ohanaeze youths have given two weeks notice to all killer herdsmen in Igboland to quit the forests and bushes in the area or be ejected by force. Speaking through their national youth leader, Chief Arthur Obiorah, the youths said the bushes and forests belong to the people and must no longer harbor killer herdsmen.

Chief Obiorah warned the Miyetti Allah group to stop making statements that can cause crisis in the country. He gave the illegal occupants of all bushes and forests in Igbo land two weeks to quit from the areas or be ejected by force. He also announced that the group in collaboration with other youth stakeholders in Igbo land would be distributing Covid-19 pandemic palliatives to Igbo youths at the Ohanaeze ndigbo national secretariate in Enugu tomorrow.

  • No assurance on flight resumption on June 21 – FG

National Coordinator, Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Sani Aliyu, at the briefing of the PTF in Abuja on Thursday, said the civil aviation regulators would determine the resumption of domestic flights based on their preparedness. Aliyu said the PTF was yet to receive any update from the aviation sector on its preparedness to restart flight operations.

“We don’t have an update on that yet, but we expect them to come to us by the 21st of June. “If they come back to us by the 21st of June and they say we’re ready onwards, we’ll open the sky for domestic travellers and that is when we’ll address the issue of interstate restrictions and curfew but at the moment, there’s no plan right now to say, 21st of June, here we go.

  • African private sector endorses AfDB president, Adesina for 2nd term

The African private sector, under the aegis of African Business Roundtable and the umbrella body for the Organised Private Sector (OPS) in Sub Saharan Africa, has expressed its satisfaction with the outcome of the investigations by the African Development Bank’s (AfDB) ethics committee, which absolved the Bank’s President, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, from trumped up allegations by some whistleblowers staff of the institution. Consequently, the continental OPS body on Monday, in a statement signed by its President Emeritus, Dr. Bamanga Tukur, (Tafidan Adamawa), endorsed him for election for a second term as the president of the development finance institution.

Noting that the findings of the ethics committee on the allegations and its decision are sufficient to lay all the spurious allegations by the ‘faceless’ whisteblowers to rest, the group described further calls for another probe or presence of external influence and interference, mistrusting the credibility of the bank’s governing principle as capable of disrupting Africa’s continuous economic growth, infrastructure development and investment.

  • Senate confirms Dongban-Mensem as president of Court of Appeal

Justice Monica Dongban-Mensem has been confirmed as the President of the Court of Appeal (PCA) by the Senate.

“President Muhammadu Buhari, in-line with his constitutional responsibility has sent the nomination of Her Lordship, Justice Monica Dongban-Mensem, Acting President, Court of Appeal to the Senate for confirmation as President, Court of Appeal.



  • Nigeria will stop breathing If we continue borrowing — Secondus

The national leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, yesterday, lampooned the Federal Government over continued external borrowings, just as it warned that if the borrowings continued, it would get to a position where Nigeria would stop breathing, both politically and economically.

Speaking with journalists in Abuja after a three hours reconciliatory meeting with PDP Senate Caucus, National Chairman of PDP, Prince Uche Secondus, urged Senators on the platform of the party, to henceforth, protest such a move by the Federal Government to embark on additional borrowing. The meeting had in attendance members of the PDP National Working Committee, NWC and Senators led by the Senate Minority Leader, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe (PDP, Abia South l).

  • Buhari Praises Heroes Of Democracy, Promises Press Freedom

President Muhammadu Buhari has paid tribute to Nigerians who paid the price to ensure democracy thrives in the country. In a national broadcast to mark this year’s Democracy Day, he noted that the country has enjoyed 21 years of uninterrupted democratic rule as a result of the sacrifice made by the nation’s founding fathers.

“This day provides us an opportunity to reflect on our journey as a nation, our achievements, and struggles. “It is a day to honour our founding fathers who toiled to establish our republic and every Nigerian who has worked tirelessly to sustain it,” the President said on Friday.

He stated that sustaining the nation’s democracy thus far has been a collective struggle and thanked Nigerians, especially leaders of various democratic institutions for their resilience. President Buhari gave the assurance that this administration would always promote respect for the rule of law and ensure that the fundamental rights of the common Nigerian were protected.

  • Obaseki’s disqualification compounds intrigues in Edo governorship contest

The disqualification of Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State from the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship primary has set the stage for unprecedented political gesticulations in the state with the moniker Heartbeat of the nation. It also, puts the governor and his party in a battle of wits that could lead to the political slip for either or both of them. Obaseki becomes the fourth governor in the Fourth Republic to be denied a re-election ticket by his party.

The Screening Committee of the All Progressives Congress APC for the Edo state Governorship primary election disqualified Godwin obaseki based on issues identified with his claimed Higher School Leaving Certificate from an Institute of Continuing Education, Benin. It was observed that no educational certificate such as HSC is known in Nigerian educational system. An attestation from the Institute of Continuing Education, Benin from where the alleged HSC which was indicated in the field of attendance as obtained is of no consequence, as it only attests that Obaseki was a student of the Institute. So what we had was like an attendance. It was just an attendance, it was not a result.

The committee stated this: “In our interaction with issues raised, we concluded that HSC was defective. The NYSC certificate and the fact that the aspirant took the party to court, the above aspirant, His Excellency, Godwin Obaseki therefore is not eligible to participate in the election. ”

  • Edo, Ondo: We won’t declare results if you disrupt polls, INEC warns

The chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Professor Mahmood Yakubu has warned politicians in Edo and Ondo states against disrupting the elections, saying the commission would not make returns in such a situation. Professor Yakubu gave the warning at a virtual roundtable on Democracy and Elections in West Africa, organized by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies CSIS, Washington DC in collaboration with the Centre for Democracy and Development, CDD, Nigeria.

While the election in Edo would hold on September 19, that of Ondo would hold on October 20, but the INEC boss said if the processes were disrupted, no returns would be made.

  • Atiku will contest 2023 presidency – Adamu Atiku-Abubakar

On Sunday, Adamu Atiku-Abubakar, son of the Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party – PDP, in the 2019 Presidential election, said that his father, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar will contest for the number one office, come 2023.

The commissioner for Works and Energy disclosed this while presenting the score card of his ministry, as the administration of Governor Ahmadu Finitiri celebrates one year in office.

  • Orji Kalu – I have forgiven my detractors

Former governor of Abia state and the Chief Whip of the Senate, Orji Uzor Kalu, was convicted by the Lagos Division of the Federal High Court on the 5th of December, 2019 after he was found guilty of all the 39 count charge brought against him. Orji Kalu was sentenced to twelve years behind bars for defrauding the government of his state to the tune of N7.65 billion when he held office as governor between 1999 and 2007.

Mr. Kalu, now a member of the Senate and a principal officer, was let off the hook only last week after spending six months behind bars. A court in Lagos ordered his immediate release from the correctional centre in line with a Supreme court judgment. Mr. Kalu’s six months behind bars have no doubt taken toll on his physique but he is reinvigorated by his mission to work towards a reform of the judiciary in the interest of justice for all as he makes a case for a reform of the judiciary

  • Abacha loot: Emirs and Chiefs were consulted when money was kept overseas ― Al-Mustapha

The former Chief Security Officer (CSO) to former head of state, Abacha, Major Hamza Al-Mustapha in defence of his former boss has stated that the Abacha administration consulted Emirs, Chiefs and VIPs before moving billions of naira now referred to as “Abacha loot” overseas. Al-Mustapha who was speaking during a program aired on BBC Hausa, monitored by Vanguard said former head of state, General Sani Abacha made such move because “there was a period Nigeria was to be sanctioned”, so there was a need to “keep money overseas so that Nigeria and Nigerians would not suffer, when the sanction was imposed on the country.” “We gathered Emirs and Chiefs from the South and from the North, together with VIPs of that time, those in government and those not in government.” He said it was a decision carried out after a meeting with relevant stakeholders and monarchs from all over the country.



  • 2020 Admissions: JAMB fixes June 16 for policy meeting

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), has scheduled the 2020 Policy Meeting of tertiary institutions for June 16, 2020. The exam body disclosed this in its weekly bulletin made available to Newsmen on Monday in Abuja.

According to JAMB, the policy meeting is to be chaired by the Minister of Education with all Heads of Tertiary Institutions in attendance.

  • UI DVC – Olanike Adeyemo wins Scientist of the Year 2020 Award

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research, Innovation and Strategic Partnerships), University of Ibadan – Professor Olanike Adeyemo, has won the Scientist of the Year 2020 Award of the International Achievements Research Center (IARC). Professor Adeyemo’s award is in the Natural Sciences/Earth and related Environmental Sciences competition category.

IARC, based in Chicago, USA, is an international organisation empowering talented professionals in science, education, industry, business and technology to achieve new possibilities. Adeyemo joins another Nigerian and President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), Akinwumi Adesina, who was among nine scientists that won the 2019 award.



  • Coronavirus: 39.4m Nigerians may be jobless in 6 months – FG

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said on Thursday that unemployment may rise to 33.6 percent, which means a total of 39.4 million people will be jobless by the end of 2020 if the country fails “to take prompt pre-emptive measures”. Osinbajo said this while presenting a post-COVID-19 Economic Sustainability Plan to President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

The plan entitled “Bouncing Back: The Nigerian Economic Sustainability Plan”, was prepared by the Vice President-led Economic Sustainability Committee (ESC) constituted on March 30, 2020, by President Buhari. “Several projections, including those done by the NBS on behalf of the Economic Sustainability Committee, showed: “That millions more will fall into extreme poverty, before the pandemic ends; “That GDP may fall to between minus 4.40% and minus 8.91%, depending on the length of the lockdown period and strength of our economic response.”

  • Shippers Council begins cargo evacuation by rail

As parts of efforts to enhance operational efficiency, and encourage multi-modal approach to cargo evacuation, the Nigerian Shipper’s Council is facilitating the movement of cargoes by rail at the Lagos port complex, Apapa. The operation is expected to ease congestion within the terminals and the port environment.

As the country’s port economic regulator, the Nigerian Shippers’ Council says that the steps taken to reactivate evacuation of cargoes from the Lagos port complex by rail has become expedient especially within this period of Covid-19 crisis and the attendant effect on trade. The council says that the multimodal approach to cargo evacuation by rail would enhance efficiency and minimize cost.

  • Tourism: NTDC renews commitment to UNWTO guidelines

The Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) has renewed its commitment to the UNWTO guidelines for effective re-opening and recovery of the tourism sector. Mr Folorunsho Coker, the Director-General of the corporation, made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Abuja.

He acknowledged that the tourism sector was one of the worst-hit in the global effect of Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, stressing that it needs urgent attention. He further emphasised that there was a compelling need for intervention to save the tourism sector from total collapse.

  • Nigeria seeks tourism plan to aid post-covid-19 recovery

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has called for a ‘Marshall Plan’ to aid the recovery of the Travel andTourism Sector in Africa, in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic
that has hit the sector very hard.

“It is imperative for the United Nations World Tourism Organization(UNWTO) to support Africa with a ‘Marshall Plan’ of sorts, in terms of technical assistance, capacity building and grants,” the Minister said in his intervention during the 63rd Meeting of the UNWTO Regional Commission for Africa (CAF), hosted virtually by Seychelles on Monday. He said the fastest way for the Travel and Tourism Sector in Africa to recover from the effects of the pandemic is to focus on domestic and intra-Africa tourism.



  • Minneapolis City Council to disband police department

In a significant move amid nationwide protests sparked by George Floyd’s death last month, a majority of the Minneapolis City Council has pledged to dismantle the local police department.

Nine of the 13 councillors said a “new model of public safety” would be created in a city where law enforcement has been accused of racism. Anti-racism rallies have held for nearly two weeks in the United States, after George Floyd’s death in police custody.

Pinned by the neck for nearly nine minutes by a white officer’s knee, the incident which was captured by a bystander’s cellphone led to an outpouring of outrage and demands for sweeping police reforms.

  • Manny Pacquiao to run for Philippine presidency in 2022

Boxing legend, Manny Pacquiao, will contest 2020 Presidency in the Philippines, his former promoter Bob Arum says. The 41-year-old boxer was elected as a member of the House of Representatives in late 2009 and currently serves as a senator, having been elected in 2016.

According to, he received more than 16 million votes and was introduced as the people’s champion with his name read out in the same style as before a big fight.

  • George Floyd’s funeral hears calls for racial justice

The funeral of George Floyd, an African American whose death in police custody spawned global outrage, has heard impassioned pleas for racial justice. His Funeral held on Tuesday 9th June 2020.

Speakers in the church in Houston, Texas, lined up to remember a man whose “crime was that he was born black”. Mr Floyd died in Minneapolis last month as a white police officer held a knee on his neck for nearly nine minutes, his final moments filmed on phones. Four police officers involved have been sacked and charged over his death.

His coffin was taken from the church driven in a motorcade to the Houston Memorial Gardens where he was to be buried beside his mother. One of Mr Floyd’s nieces, Brooke Williams, called for a change in laws which, she argued, were designed to disadvantage black people.

  • US Senate confirms Gen. Charles Brown as first black Air Force chief

The United States Senate on Tuesday voted unanimously to confirm Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. as the 22nd Air Force chief of staff. According to the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force for Public Affairs, the vote was 98-0. Brown, a decorated pilot, will become the first African American in history to lead a branch of the U.S. military.

Brown currently serves as the U.S. Pacific Air Forces commander and the air component commander of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii. The U.S. Pacific Air Forces is responsible for Air Force activities in a command that supports more than 46,000 Airmen serving principally in Japan, South Korea, Hawaii, Alaska and Guam.




  • Sydney bid to host Fury, Wilder rematch

Following a controversial draw in December 2018, Britain’s Fury, unbeaten as a professional, overpowered American Wilder in Las Vegas in February, beating him in seven rounds. Australian city Sydney has made an audacious bid to host a blockbuster heavyweight rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, with promoters eyeing Boxing Day for the trilogy superfight.

Promoter Dean Lonergan has tentatively booked Bankwest Stadium in the city’s west for the bout, it was reported Monday.

  • Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury have agreed terms for a two-fight deal – Eddie Hearn

Anthony Joshua has reached an agreement with Tyson Fury on a two-fight deal, says promoter Eddie Hearn.Britain’s rival champions have been holding talks over an undisputed world heavyweight title fight and have thrashed out initial terms for two blockbuster battles.

“We’re making great progress,” Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn exclusively told Sky Sports News. “There is still a lot to overcome. We are looking at venues and dates.”We have the Dillian Whyte mandatory which is due before this fight.

“It’s fair to say [Joshua and Fury] are in agreement regarding the financial terms of the fight. “We’ve been talking to [Fury’s management team] MTK, giving them the assurances from Joshua’s side that all the details on the structure of the deal is approved from our side. And it is from Fury’s side, as well.

  • Everton vs Liverpool to go ahead at Goodison Park on June 21

The Merseyside derby will go ahead on June 21 at Goodison Park behind closed doors, and not at a neutral venue, it has been confirmed.

The ground safety advisory group at Liverpool City Council met on Wednesday and has approved a safety certificate to allow the match to go ahead at Everton’s home ground.

Discussions were also held between the Council and Merseyside Police, Liverpool and Everton football clubs as well as the Spirit of Shankly and Blue Union supporters groups, regarding the fulfilment of public health protocols for the match.

  • Olympafrica approves Badminton for UNIPORT Centre

Badminton has finally been included in the curriculum of the Olymp-africa sports centre situated inside the University of Port harcourt. The inclusion was approved by Olymp-africa, the organisation established by the International Olympic Committee to cater for the sporting and educational development of youths in Africa. Olymp-africa has its headquarters in Dakar, Senegal and the centre in Port Harcourt is one of its affiliates.



  • Sexual harassment in Nollywood: DGN constitutes 5-member sexual offenses committee

Worried by the sad development in the creative industry, especially in Nollywood, where producers and directors have been called out for sexual harassment, assault, molestation and rape, the Directors’ Guild of Nigeria, DGN, has constituted a Sexual offenses committee to investigate the allegations levelled against some of its members and recommend appropriate penalties.

Rising from a crucial emergency meeting, the guild among other things resolved to investigate, probe, and determine deterrent penalties and punitive measures for offenders. It also seeks and supports every initiative of well-meaning industry stakeholders to curb the menace of sexual harassment, rape, and sex for roles.

  • Rape rumble in Nollywood!

#MeToo movement, the social media continuation of the ‘sexual misconduct backlash’ that toppled prominent Hollywood producers like the two-time Oscar winner, Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein seems to be rolling on the Nigerian movie industry, leaving in its trail, chaos, grief and sympathy.

Since last week, the movie industry has turned into a hotbed of mingled questions and chaos, following series of accusations and counter-accusations bothering on sexual harassment, assault, molestation and rape. A number of actresses have called out some notable male practitioners, accusing them of sexual assault, molestation and rape in the wake of the online protest against gender based violence. The development has since sparked mixed-reactions among the stakeholders in the creative industry.

One of the most familiar names on the list of practitioners accused of sexual assault and molestation is Lancelot Imasuen, a celebrated film director and producer, who’s due to mark his 25 years in the industry any moment from now.




  • Controversy on burial place of 16-year-old tortured to death in church over N5,000

Palpable anxiety has gripped residents of Okegbodo, a suburb of Ikorodu in Lagos state following reports that a 16-year-old apprentice was tortured to death inside a popular Celestial Church in their community. Some members of the church who were around when the incident happened that their leader sent for the boy where he was learning tailoring at about 10:am and when the late boy came, he and two other men started interrogating him over N5,000 missing in the church. The boy reportedly denied all the allegations against him and refused to succumb to threats during interrogation, prompting leaders of the church to subject him to torture after tying him on a tree inside the church.

“They allegedly used lit candle to burn his scrotum while trying to force him to admit being in possession of the money but the boy insisted that he was innocent.” He gave up the ghost around 4pm after several torture and beatings and all efforts made to revive him failed. Immediately they failed to revive him, they hastily buried him and pretended as if nothing happened there.

Police sources said three suspects including the leader of the church have been arrested and detained while efforts are being made to locate where the boy was buried.

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