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Emanuel, who was staying in Greater Noida and studying at a private university, died in the accident near the Grand Venice Mall close to Pari Chowk late Wednesday night, a police officer said.
Nigeria has seen regular cholera outbreaks since Boko Haram took up arms against the government in 2009.
Akinroluyo becomes the fifth commander in two years to head the fight against the Islamist insurgents, who have staged a series of attacks on military bases, killing dozens.
Samuel says this new title conveys the idea of the story better.
Rights groups have accused Nigeria's military of killing more than 300 IMN supporters and burying them in mass graves during the 2015 confrontation, a charge the military strongly denies.
Two Malayalam films, Zakariya's Sudani from Nigeria and Lijo Jose Pellissery's Ee Ma Yau, have been selected in the competition section.
Fighting broke out between Hausa Muslim and Adara Christian youths in the town of Kasuwan Magani's market following a dispute among wheelbarrow porters.
The spokesman for Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation said the victims were vandals attempting to scoop petrol from the pipeline.
It was a dangerous escape, right out of the reel, that ended on a rather tragic note as a 35-year-old Nigerian fell off from the third floor of an apartment while trying to escape from the police.
Whoever emerges as the winner will contest for the governorship at elections in March next year and likely succeed Kashim Shettima, who steps down after a maximum of two four-year terms.
Nearly 200 people have died in flooding caused by heavy seasonal rains across 12 states in Nigeria, the country's main relief agency said on Thursday.
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari said on Monday he had approved the release of three billion naira (USD 8.3 million, 7.1 million euros) to buy medical and relief materials.
Scores of fighters attacked the base in Damasak, in the far north of Borno state, on Wednesday evening, firing heavy artillery in an apparent bid to overrun it.
There was no immediate confirmation of the death toll after the blast at the plant in the state capital Lafia but dozens of people were also said to have suffered burns.
Local officials and security sources said scores of fighters believed to be loyal to a Boko Haram faction backed by the Islamic State group overran troops in Gudumbali.