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 Paul Aganla, has been parade by the Ogun State Police Command as the  suspected human trafficker, he was arrested on 26th August at Isiui, in Owode-Egba area of the state.

This was disclosed on Monday by the state Commissioner of police, Ahmed Iliyasu at the command’s headquarters, Eleweran, Abeokuta.
Iliyasu said the suspect, a native of Ogoja, Cross River State, was caught with six children whose ages ranged between seven and thirteen.

The victims were brought from Cross River State to Abeokuta to be engaged in child labour.
The names of rescued children were given as Promise Augustine, Elijah Emmanuel, Moses, Kariel, victor Daniel, Glory Emmanuel and Felicia Owu.

The Federal Government says it has taken steps to amend the Nigeria Broadcasting Code to discourage the production of Nigerian movies and music outside the shores of the country.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, made this known on Saturday in Lagos when he paid a visit to the headquarters of the Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON).
The Minister decried the situation whereby films, reality TV shows and music, were made outside Nigeria, for consumption by Nigerians.
He said the situation had hampered empowerment of practitioners in the industry, the development of the sector and the nation’s economy in general.
“This government has agreed that henceforth, whatever we consume in Nigeria in terms of music and films, must be made in Nigeria.
“We cannot continue to go to South Africa or any other country to produce our films and then send them back to be consumed in Nigeria.
“The Broadcasting Code and the Advertising Code are very clear on this.
“For you to classify a product as a Nigerian product, it must have a certain percentage of Nigerian content,” he said.
The Minister noted that what was happening today was that Nigerian artists were often flown out of this country to go and make their recordings.
“When they get there, they will patronize the economy of that country and then bring the products back to Nigeria for us to consume.
“It is like somebody going to China or Japan to make a product that looks like palm wine and bring it back home to label it Nigerian palm wine”.
He stressed that “as long as we are not able to implement our own code to ensure local production of Nigerian music and movies, our young talents will not get jobs”.
“It is Nigerians that pay for the consumption of these products and therefore they must be allowed and encouraged to participate in their production.

Jose Mourinho wants to improve his options at right-back and sees the Monaco player as a valuable addition

Jose Mourinho will still try to sign Monaco midfielder Fabinho even after recruiting Nemanja Matic from Chelsea.

The Manchester United manager wants to keep upgrading his squad and sees Fabinho as a valuable player who can do more than just play in holding midfield.
Fabinho has also played for Monaco at right-back and Mourinho wants to improve his options in that role too. Last season, Mourinho primarily deployed Antonio Valencia, a specialist winger, at right-back instead.

Matic is set to become United’s next summer signing this week and will arrive at Old Trafford for a fee of roughly £35m. Matic will leave as soon as his replacement, Tiemoue Bakayoko, arrives at Chelsea from Monaco, Fabinho’s current side.
Matic played for Mourinho at Chelsea for two years where they won the 2014-15 Premier League title together, although Mourinho was highly critical of Matic in his final few months at Stamford Bridge.

United’s move for Fabinho would be another blow to French champions Monaco. They have already sold Bernardo Silva to Manchester City, lost Valere Germain to Marseille and Nabil Dirar to Fenerbahce.

With Bakayoko set to join Chelsea and Real Madrid hovering for Kylian Mbappe, losing Fabinho would see the continued depletion of last season’s Champions League semi-finalists.

Minster of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola has disclosed that a section of the Apapa Wharf will be shut down for one-year to enable its construction.
The former Lagos State Governor, said this on Saturday, June 17, at the official signing of Memorandum of Understanding and handing over of the project to the sponsors.
The N4.34bn project is jointly sponsored by Dangote, Flour Mills companies and Federal Government.
The two kilometres road construction between the Nigerian Port Authority and end of the bridge is expected to take one-year starting from Saturday.
He explained that the use of AG Dangote for the construction was to give the road a better outlook with the use of concrete.
According to the minister, the construction is to resolve the challenges usually encountered on the road.
While commending the sponsors of the project, the minister appealed to road users and stakeholders to persevere.
He said, “We are embarking on what will be the final solution to the massive inconvenience. Businesses and residents in Apapa and its environment have had to endure for a couple of years.
“I like to acknowledge the leadership role of Dangote and Flour Mills who are operators and have also contributed to make this reality. They are doing this as a total Corporate Responsibility without asking for tax holiday or reduction. We are also working on how to ensure free access to Tin Can Island.
“From today that we are handing over the project, the road will take one year to be completed. We need the cooperation of all the stakeholders. There will be some discomfort on the way but we appeal for tolerance and perseverance. It will continue to get better, people should please ensure more to solve the challenge.”

The American Heart Association recently released a report advising against the use of coconut oil. 
The Dietary Fats and Cardiovascular Disease advisory reviewed existing data on saturated fat, showing coconut oil increased LDL ("bad") cholesterol in seven out of seven controlled trials. Researchers didn't see a difference between coconut oil and other oils high in saturated fat, like butter, beef fat and palm oil. In fact, 82% of the fat in coconut oil is saturated, according to the data — far beyond butter (63%), beef fat (50%) and pork lard (39%).
"Because coconut oil increases LDL cholesterol, a cause of CVD [cardiovascular disease], and has no known offsetting favorable effects, we advise against the use of coconut oil," the American Heart Association said in theDietary Fats and Cardiovascular Disease advisory. 
Frank Sacks, lead author on the report, said he has no idea why people think coconut oil is healthy. It's almost 100% fat. Past weight loss studies might be responsible. 
“The reason coconut oil is so popular for weight loss is partly due to my research on medium chain triglycerides," Marie-Pierre St-Onge, associate professor of nutritional medicine at Cornell University Medical School, told TIME in April. "Coconut oil has a higher proportion of medium-chain triglycerides than most other fats or oils, and my research showed eating medium-chain triglycerides may increase the rate of metabolism more than eating long-chain triglycerides.”
The problem is St-Onge's research used a "designer oil" packed with 100% MCTs. Traditional coconut oil only contains about 13 to 15%. Another study she published showed smaller doses of MCTs doesn't help with weight loss in overweight adolescents. 
The AHA recommends eating no more than 6% of saturated fat as part of total daily calories for those who need lower cholesterol. 
Before you trash your coconut oil, know that saturated fat is a loaded term. While the AHA warns against it, people who cut saturated fat out of their diet might not necessarily lower their heart disease risk, a 2015 BMJ review suggested. That's because some people fill the void with sugar, white flour and empty calories. Also, some fat is important to help bodies absorb nutrients from other foods. Many have said butter has gotten a bad reputation. 
Still, it might not be a bad idea to opt for vegetable oils or olive oil, Stacks said. Plus, coconut oil can still be an effective moisturizer or hair conditioner. 
"You can put it on your body, but don’t put it in your body," Sacks said. 

Two armed men operating on a motorcycle on Saturday shot dead a police inspector in Ogidi, near Onitsha in Anambra , police authorities have confirmed .

The Divisional Police Officer (DPO ), Ogidi Police Station , Mr Hassan Musa , who confirmed the incident , said the hoodlums collected the AK47 riffle the deceased was carrying.

He said that the incident occurred at about 2 . 45 p. m . at a police road block near Ugwunwasike Roundabout in Ogidi, where a police team was conducting “ stop and search ”.

An eyewitness said that the armed men took the policeman unawares as they rode straight and shot him at a close range while he was flagging down a vehicle for a search .

“ Other policemen who were with him took cover on hearing the gun shots while the armed men escaped , ” the source said .

It was gathered that the incident , which happened within minutes, caused people in the vicinity , including motorists and commuters , to abandon their vehicle and scamper for safety .

Jay - Jay Okocha thinks his nephew Alex Iwobi should stay and fight for a first -team place at Arsenal rather than leaving on loan .

After regularly starting earlier in the season , Iwobi , 20 , has found opportunities harder to come by in 2017 .

But former Bolton midfielder Okocha , who will be playing for Nigeria at the Star Sixes tournament at The O 2 in July, thinks staying at Arsenal would be best for Iwobi .

“ We can ’ t forget that this is his first full season in the first team and Arsenal have all their players back now. There ’ s a lot of competition, so it’ s not easy , ” he told Sky Sports .

“ He has had a good season . It’ s not easy to make it through from the academy into the first team at such a big club. He has achieved this and has been phenomenal ; I am delighted with what he has achieved so far .

“ I think it’ s better for him to stay at Arsenal, because the style of play suits him perfectly . It might not be easy for him to go on loan and adapt somewhere else. He needs to stay and fight for his shirt . ”
Okocha will be one of a host of former Premier League stars competing at Star Sixes in July.

Steven Gerrard , Carles Puyol, Michael Ballack , Deco and Robert Pires will also be in action at the indoor six - a - side tournament .
“ I ’ m very excited for it, ” said Okocha . “ I think I will be in my comfort zone .

“ Everybody is looking forward to showing that we can still play a little bit. There are a lot of good players and it will be interesting .
“ It’ s all about meeting old colleagues, having fun and competing again without too much pressure . It’ s going to be fun. ”

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