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PICTORIAL: Man Nabbed After Getting Busted By An ‘African Lie Detector’

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A video has revealed the moment a thief was nabbed using ‘African lie detector’. The video showed a group of men lined up to ascertain which one of them was guilty.  Two objects were placed in front of them as they were asked to walk across. The lie detector which is a form of charm successfully nabbed the guilty fellow.

In other news, The Edo State Government has expressed its displeasure with the response of the Federal Government to Governor Godwin Obaseki’s remark about President Bola Tinubu’s economic policy.

Obaseki had on Thursday, while addressing journalists in Benin, said that the removal of fuel subsidy and foreign exchange reforms of Tinubu’s administration has led to increased hardship for Nigerians.

READ ALSO: Obaseki Attacks Tinubu Govt To Divert Attention From His Poor Performance – Mohammed Idris

The FG, reacting to Obaseki’s remark through the Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris, stated that Obaseki was trying to shift focus from his “poor performance” at the state level, noting that the governor has been absent from the National Economic Council, NEC, meetings under Tinubu’s administration.

In response to the FG in a statement on Sunday, the Edo State Commissioner for Communication and Orientation, Chris Nehikhare, said, “It is unfortunate and sad that the Federal Government now wants to gag citizens, and even a popularly elected governor from speaking truth to power, expressing himself in the light of the perilous times we have fallen into.”

READ ALSO: Dismantle Abuja Oil Cartel To Save Nigeria’s Economy, Fubara Urges Tinubu

“The claim that the governor failed to attend NEC meetings is blatantly false. The records are there to prove this fact.”

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