You will agree that the week has been eventful and interesting.

Bounce News brings you a recap of the exclusive stories we published this week. Just in case you missed any.

1) Smuggled Petrol Enough To Burn A Village Found In Bus With 14 Passengers 

The feeling was that of a gracious escape from the unseen and unknown. 

You could see fear on the faces of passengers, as they complained about the strange item they saw, but the driver was less concerned about their worries.

He was more interested in the money he could make from the petrol he had concealed to deliver to an unknown destination. 

Fortunately, tragedy was averted after a Bounce News correspondent who was a passenger in the bus, informed the police, and the bus along with the petrol was intercepted.

2) Street Boys Help Avert Fire Disaster In Ilorin

Good Samaritans of Sobo Oke Community Ilorin, the Kwara State Capital on Thursday morning helped rescue a storey building behind a mini market in the community from being razed down by fire even before the arrival of the Kwara State Fire service.

The cause of the fire which occurred on Thursday morning could not be ascertained as one of the eye witnesses who spoke with Bounce News said he was not sure if it was a power surge due to the initial power outage in community that led to the inferno

3) Near Stampede Situation As 11,000 Nigerians Go For 1,000 Jobs

There was near stampede at the Bishop Dimeari Grammar School, Ovom in Yenagoa, the capital of Bayelsa State, after about 11,000 Nigerians showed up for job openings announced by the Bayelsa state Civil Service Comission.

4) How Death Of Muslim Cleric Affected Sallah Celebration In Ondo Community

This is obviously not the best of times for the Muslim community in Idanre, Ondo state.

A town previously renowned for elaborate celebration of Eid-El-Kabir has been shrunk to a mere observer of this year’s festival.

The street parties, the infectious jamboree and unrestricted excitement that regularly dotted the festive season in the town were noticeably reduced to the bare minimum.

Muslim leaders in the town cited the death of one Alhaji Mukaila popularly known as Hajji Mukky as the reason for the low-key celebration.

5) Enugu Police Explains Its Quarrel With Keke Operators

Following our last report on why tricycle operators in Enugu are unhappy with the police, our correspondent in the state sought the position of the police on the policy.

In an exclusive chat with the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in the state SP. Ebere Amaraizu, he explained further why the ban of the use of side tarpaulin by Keke operators in the state became necessary.

The PPRO said that the ban became necessary because of the crime perpetrated by the aid of the tarpaulin.

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