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PHOTO NEWS: Ojukwu’s son, Afamefuna, makes debut with ceremonial Ijele dance at father’s remembrance

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During the 10th memorial ceremony of the late renowned Igbo leader, Chukwuemeka Ojukwu, his son, Afamefuna, made his debut appearance with the ceremonial Ijele dance at the ceremony which held last weekend.

The proud mother, Bianca Ojukwu, shared pictures from the dance on her Facebook page on Monday.

She also revealed that the event was organized under the chairmanship of her son, Afamefuna, as she noted that “the young have infact, grown.”

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Other personalities who graced the event include the leader of the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra, Ralph Uwazuruike, and Deputy Governor Of Anambra State, Nkem Okeke.

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Sharing pictures of her son, Bianca wrote, “Mama Engineer’s proud moments as Afamefuna Odumegwu Ojukwu makes his debut with the ceremonial dance of the Ijele at Ojukwu Memorial Day.”

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Confusion as security operatives exchange blows during Buhari’s Kaduna visit

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There was confusion when security agents exchanged blows while President Muhammadu Buhari was commissioning Kawo bridge in the heart of Kaduna state, city, on Thursday.

President Buhari arrived in Kaduna State to commission projects executed by the State Governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai.

The projects are in Kafanchan, Kaduna and Zaria.

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Shortly after his return from Kafacnchan, the President commissioned the Kawo bridge.

However, an altercation among security operatives attached to the President and those based in Kaduna resulted in exchange of blows.

Trouble started when some operatives of the Department of State Services blocked the road to Kawo bridge soon after the President who mounted the bridge.

Governor El-Rufai, who had earlier alighted from his vehicle, rode in the President’s convoy to the bridge.

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The security agents, who barred journalists and other dignitaries from accessing Kawo bridge, blocked the road after El-Rufai and the President were on the bridge.

However, El-Rufai’s Aide-De-Camp insisted that the governor’s official vehicle must be allowed access.

Daily Trust reports that the President’s security aides stood their ground and this resulted in not just an altercation but exchange of blows.

Eventually, the governor’s vehicle was given access.

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Two die, five injured as truck crushes motorcycle in Cross River

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The Federal Road Safety Corps has confirmed the death of two persons in an accident in the early hours of Thursday in Nko community, Yakurr Local Government Area of Cross River State.

The Public Education Officer of the Corps in Cross River State, Mark Ajuka, confirmed the death of the victims in an interview.

Ajuka, a Superintendent Route Commander, told the News Agency of Nigeria that five persons were also injured in the crash that involved a truck and a motorcycle.

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He said that investigation revealed that the crash was caused by a brake failure from the truck driver.

He said: “The accident occurred early this morning in Nko community, Yakurr Local Government Area of Cross River.

“The deceased have been evacuated from the scene of the crash, while those injured were taken to the General Hospital in Ugep for treatment.”

An eyewitness, James Eteng, told the NAN that the tragic incident occurred at St. Pius Primary School in Nko community.

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“Today is a black Thursday for us in Nko community.

“We have lost a son and a daughter in an accident that occurred this morning.

“As we speak, the whole community is in mourning mood, we can only console with the family to bear the irreparable loss.”

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