The death of a homeless man on a New York City subway train is raising questions about how to deal with mentally ill persons in public places. A former Marine and fellow passenger of the man alleges he felt threatened and inadvertently killed the homeless man while holding him down in a headlock. The incident has split New York public opinion on the way passengers should have responded. Aron Ranen has the story.
LP knocks lawmaker-elect Ogah for praising Tinubu
The leadership of the Labour Party has distanced itself from the personal assessment of President Bola Tinubu’s leadership style by...Read more