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  • neuMalnutrition: 33 Percent of Kids under Age five have Stunted Growth -Study
    An International Non-Governmental Organization INGO, the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition GAIN has lamented that 33 percent of Nigerian children under the age of five have stunted growth due to malnutrition. The post Malnutrition: 33 Percent
    - 56 mins ago 17 November 17, 7:48pm -
  • neuNGO mobilises community members to monitor N266.8m UBEC projects in Kaduna
    An NGO based in Kaduna known as, Connected Development (CODE), is mobilising, community members and stakeholders to monitor implementation of N266.8 million Universal Basic Education Commission’s (UBEC) projects in four Local Government Areas of Ka
    - 59 mins ago 17 November 17, 7:45pm -
  • Senate calls for review of Nigeria Communications Act 2003
    The Senate Committee on Communications has called for the review of the Nigerian Communications Act 2003, so as to conform with the ever-dynamic communication sphere.The post Senate calls for review of Nigeria Communications Act 2003 appeared first
    - 1 vor einer Stunde ^ 17 November 17, 7:32pm -
  • Adamawa govt. pays N20m counterpart fund to scale up FADAMA project
    The Adamawa Government has paid N20 million counterpart fund for the implementation of the FADAMA III Second Additional Financing (AFII) programme to fast-track efforts to restore people’s livelihoods in the state.The post Adamawa govt. pays N20m
    - 1 vor einer Stunde ^ 17 November 17, 7:31pm -
  • Senate urges Immigration to enforce law on expatriate quota
    The Senate Committee on Local Content on Friday decried the “unnecessary depletion of the nation’s foreign reserves’’ through engagement of expatriates.The post Senate urges Immigration to enforce law on expatriate quota appeared first on Va
    - 1 vor einer Stunde ^ 17 November 17, 7:29pm -
  • Fotos: Italy funeral for 26 Nigerians shipwreck victims
    The coffins of 26 young Nigerians lie in state in the winter sunshine in a cemetery in southern Italy, where a bishop and imam lead prayers for the all-female victims.The post Photos: Italy funeral for 26 Nigerians shipwreck victims appeared first o
    - 1 vor einer Stunde ^ 17 November 17, 7:28pm -
  • Italy buries 26 young Nigerians who died at Mediterranean
    The coffins of 26 young Nigerians lie in state in the winter sunshine in a cemetery in southern Italy, where a bishop and imam lead prayers for the all-female victims.The post Italy buries 26 young Nigerians who died at Mediterranean appeared first
    - 1 vor einer Stunde ^ 17 November 17, 7:23pm -
  • Anti-Corruption: Jail corrupt people in your govt first, Fayose tells Buhari
    Ekiti Landeshaupt, Mr Ayodele Fayose has told President Muhammadu Buhari to stop being hypocritical about his fight against corruption and rid his government of corrupt elements first, saying; “Someone needs to tell the President that Nigerians
    - 2 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 6:53pm -
  • Usman raises the alarm over plot to manipulate Anambra polls
    Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Publicity Secretary aspirant, Barrister Mohammed Kabir Usman has accused the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of conniving with the All Progressives Congress (APC) to rig the forth-coming gubern
    - 2 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 6:33pm -
  • EFCC detains ex-SGF, Anyim, exposes how he used personal firms to siphon N13b Ecological fund
    …questions him on what he used N520m from Dasuki on 2015 poll eve By Soni Daniel, Northern Region Editor The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, gestern, detailed how former Secretary to the Federal Government, Senator Ayim Pius Anyim, used
    - 2 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 6:21pm -
  • Obaseki warns Ijaws not to take Edo Govt.’s tolerance for granted
    The Governor of Edo State, Herr. Godwin Obaseki, has called on Ijaws of Edo State, not to take the State Government’s tolerance for granted.The post Obaseki warns Ijaws not to take Edo Govt.’s tolerance for granted appeared first on Vanguard News.
    - 2 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 6:19pm -
  • Fayose suspends Commissioner, Perm Sec for alleged dereliction of duty
    The Ekiti State Commissioner for Education, Herr. Jide Egunjobi and the permanent secretary in the same ministry, Mrs Adekunbi obaise were on Friday suspended by Governor Ayodele Fayose for alleged dereliction of duty.The post Fayose suspends Commissi
    - 2 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 6:15pm -
  • Buhari has delivered with empty purse – Lai Mohhammed
    The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said Buhari Administration has recorded laudable strides, despite a terrible economic downturn and an empty purse foisted on it by those who monumentally mismanaged the economy.The po
    - 3 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 5:14pm -
  • Garcia hopes Evra’s career won’t end with kick
    Marseille coach Rudi Garcia said on Friday that he hopes Patrice Evra will not finish his "fantastic career" on "this note", referring to the left-back's attack on a fan.The post Garcia hopes Evra’s career won’t end with kick appeared first on V
    - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 5:10pm -
  • UniAbuja Staff School teacher embarks on hunger strike
    A teacher with the University of Abuja Secondary School, Herr. Solo Anuli Obiagwu embarked on hunger strike for five days over the plight of teachers in the university.The post UniAbuja Staff School teacher embarks on hunger strike appeared first on
    - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 5:05pm -
  • ICPC seeks to prosecute corruption cases at Federal High Courts, Others
    The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has proposed to the National Assembly for an expansion of its options of courts for the prosecution of corruption cases to include Federal High courts.The post ICPC seeks
    - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 5:03pm -
  • Russian TV will ‘not show Winter Olympics’ if team banned
    Russian state television said Friday it would not broadcast the Winter Olympics from South Korea next year if the Russian team is banned from the games over doping.The post Russian TV will ‘not show Winter Olympics’ if team banned appeared first
    - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:58pm -
  • Barca braced for week of reckoning – Valverde
    Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde warned against complacency when the La Liga leaders travel to Leganes on Saturday ahead of a testing week with trips to Juventus and Valencia also to come.The post Barca braced for week of reckoning – Valverde appe
    - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:56pm -
  • N112m scam: EFCC commences trial of Delta INEC official
    Justice E.O Abang of the Federal High Court sitting in Asaba, Delta State on Thursday, 16 November, commenced hearing of a matter involving a former official of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Fidelia Omoile, who is facing trial
    - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:48pm -
  • Shuaib vs Okonjo-Iweala: Judge unable to deliver judgement
    The Industrial court judge on Tuesday was unable to deliver judgement in the case between Yushau Shuaib and against Federal Government and Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala over unlawful retirement.The post Shuaib vs Okonjo-Iweala: Judge unable to deliver ju
    - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:42pm -

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    • neuBuhari probes death of 26 Nigerian migrants, slavery allegations
      Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari has constituted a cabinet committee to probe the circumstances that led to the recent death of 26 Nigerian migrants in the Mediterranean. The committee is also saddled with the responsibility of exam
      - 19 mins ago 17 November 17, 8:25pm -
    • neuAnambra election: INEC distributes election materials to RACs
      Offices of the Independent National Electoral Commission across the 21 local government areas are currently distributing sensitive and non-sensitive materials for Saturday’s Anambra governorship election, the Resident Electoral Commissioner, Dr Nkw
      - 30 mins ago 17 November 17, 8:14pm -
    • I will kill you nothing will happen, Ogun policeman threatens youths
      Shocking video clips showing a gun-wielding policeman threatening to shoot two people has emerged online. The video, which was posted on Thursday by Gallas Kolawole Oluwaseyi Boanerges on Facebook, shows a policeman aiming his gun at two young men si
      - 1 vor einer Stunde ^ 17 November 17, 7:21pm -
    • Italy funeral for 26 Nigerian shipwreck victims
      The coffins of 26 young Nigerians lie in state in the winter sunshine at a cemetery in southern Italy, where a bishop and an imam lead prayers for the all-female victims. The Mediterranean claimed at least 60 other lives in the fateful accident off L
      - 2 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 7:13pm -
    • Navy destroys 1,000 illegal refineries
      The Nigerian Navy said it had destroyed over 1,000 illegal refineries and arrested several suspected oil thieves in the Niger Delta between January and September. The Chief of Naval Staff, Vice-Adm. Ibok-Ete Ibas, disclosed this while on an inspectio
      - 2 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 6:32pm -
    • Migrant boy, 11, commits suicide in Austria
      Austrian police said Friday that they were investigating the suicide of an 11-year-old Afghan migrant. He died in a hospital near Vienna on Monday after being admitted a day earlier, police said. It was unclear how he killed himself. The boy and his
      - 2 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 6:28pm -
    • EFCC arrests Pius Anyim

      - 3 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 5:57pm -
    • Financial mistakes to avoid during Yuletide shopping
      Oyetunji Abioye Christmas, New Year and other holiday shopping and spending mistakes can cost you more than you realise. Even common money and banking mistakes can add up quickly and holidays like Christmas and New Year shopping mistakes are no excep
      - 3 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 5:41pm -
    • Conte targets 100% wins in Man City hunt
      Chelsea manager Antonio Conte believes his side must win every game they play if they are to stand any chance of reeling in runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City. Champions Chelsea are nine points behind Pep Guardiola’s City ahead of Satur
      - 3 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 5:15pm -
    • Only 4,000 out of 30,000 applicants have hope of admission to Nasarawa State varsity –Management
      The management of Nasarawa State University, Keffi, said on Friday that it would not admit more than 4,000 new students for the 2017/2018 academic session, even though 30,000 applied for admission. The Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Mohamme
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 5:05pm -
    • Man finds car 20 years after forgetting where he parked it
      An absent-minded German driver had his car returned to him 20 years after he forgot where he parked it. Authorities in Frankfurt found the car in a garage in a building which is set for demolition. A local resident had phoned the authorities to repor
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:54pm -
    • ICYMI: Church and tithe: True or trite talk?
      Fola Ojo In a few of my treatises via this medium, I have shovelled out some chastisement of the church and some of its wayward leaders. I chose the route because I believe that true men of God must stand against societal misdeeds, not promote them.
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:53pm -
    • La Liga: Barca braced for week of reckoning – Valverde
      Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde warned against complacency when the La Liga leaders travel to Leganes on Saturday ahead of a testing week with trips to Juventus and Valencia also to come. Barca could move seven points clear of Valencia at the top of
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:48pm -
    • Guardiola mulls Kompany return for Man City

      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:42pm -
    • Police shoot three dead as clashes mark Kenyan opposition leader’s return
      Three people were shot dead Friday in Nairobi, an AFP reporter saw, as police dispersed thousands of opposition supporters welcoming home their leader Raila Odinga from an overseas trip. The three men, all with bullet wounds in the upper body, were s
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:40pm -
    • Court rules on suit about Nnamdi Kanu’s whereabouts Dec 13
      Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The Federal High Court in Abuja on Friday fixed December 13 to deliver its judgment in a suit seeking an order to compel the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buaratai, to produce the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:37pm -
    • 2018 FIFA World Cup tickets in great demand
      Just 24 hours after resuming ticket sales for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, a total of 159,402 tickets have been allocated to fans from around the world. This number, which represents 98 percent of the currently available inventory, were purchased
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:33pm -
    • Buhari commiserates with Iran, Iraq over earthquake
      Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday joined world leaders to commiserate with President Hassan Rouhani and the people of the Islamic Republic of Iran over the devastating earthquake which struck the western province of Kerma
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:23pm -
    • BREAKING: Ex-IMF head to be tried for banking fraud
      Former IMF head Rodrigo Rato will go on trial for fraud over the failed 2011 listing of Bankia, a bank he led which later had to be rescued by the state, a Spanish court said Friday. Rato, a former Spanish economy minister, is accused along with thre
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:19pm -
    • Anambra gov poll: FRSC recommends alternative routes
      Following the forthcoming governorship election in Anambra State on Saturday, November 18, 2017, the Federal Road Safety Corps has recommended alternative routes for travellers as movement will be restricted on the election date. In a statement issue
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:18pm -
    • Don’t wash female babies’ genitals with medicated soap –Doctor
      A paediatric doctor, DR. Juliet Ochi, has urged mothers and care-givers to avoid the use of medicated soap in washing the genitals of their female babies to prevent infection. Ochi, a doctor at the Enugu State Teaching Hospital, gave the advice in an
      - 5 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 3:50pm -
    • I don’t think anyone should be president for that amount of time –Botswana President Ian Khama to Mugabe
      Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe should end his attempts to remain in office after the military seized power, as he has no regional diplomatic support to stay in power, Botswana President Ian Khama said on Friday. The military intervention, which pol
      - 5 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 3:31pm -
    • Robert Mugabe tarnished the jewel that is Zimbabwe, now is its chance to shine again
      By Boris Johnson The most accurate description of Zimbabwe in the era of Robert Mugabe came from a fellow leader of the struggle against white rule. It was Samora Machel, then president of Mozambique and a fervent enemy of colonialism, who told Mugab
      - 5 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 3:14pm -
    • Block revenue leakages, Saraki urges auditors-general
      Toy Baiyewu, Abuja President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, has called on auditors-general in the country, particularly at the local government level, to partner with the Senate in its current effort to block financial leakages and ensure that maximu
      - 6 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 3:03pm -
    • Anambra election: NSCDC setzt 14,000 officials
      The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps said it has deployed 14,000 personnel for Saturday’s governorship election in Anambra State, to boost the number of personnel provided by other security agencies. The Corps said the measure was also to g
      - 6 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 3:03pm -
    • Historic change as Britain names first female ‘Black Rod’
      Britain’s state opening of parliament will be managed by a woman for the first time in 650 Jahre, after the appointment on Friday of Sarah Clarke as the first female “Black Rod”. Tasked with banging on the House of Commons door to summon MPs to
      - 6 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 3:01pm -
    • Anambra poll: Awka remains calm, traffic-free
      Commercial and social activities on Friday remained normal in Awka, capital of Anambra State, as the people prepare to cast their votes in the governorship election scheduled for Saturday, November 18, die Nachrichtenagentur von Nigeria berichtet. A correspon
      - 6 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 2:44pm -
    • With a ratio of one staff to 50 projects, NDDC cancels N200bn contracts
      Enmeshed in a soaring debt profile, the Niger Delta Development Commission has repudiated contracts worth N200bn in an ongoing reform being carried out by its new management. The organisation has also embarked on streamlining, restructuring and verif
      - 6 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 2:37pm -
    • No Ramos, Ronaldo rift at Real Madrid – Zidane
      Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane shrugged off reports of a dressing room rift between captain Sergio Ramos and World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of vital derby clash at Atletico Madrid on Saturday. Both sides from the capital already
      - 6 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 2:31pm -
    • Court acquits 14 dismissed policemen of student’s murder
      Mudiaga Affe, Calabar A Cross River State High Court on Friday acquitted 14 dismissed policemen who were attached to the Special Anti Robbery Squad of the murder of 24-year-old Derek Maurice and five others in Calabar. Derek, ein 300 Level student in t
      - 6 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 2:26pm -
    • Anambra election litmus test for INEC, APC says PDP
      The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called on the Independent National Electoral Commission and security agencies to be neutral in the conduct of Anambra governorship election scheduled to hold on Saturday. PDP, in a statement issued by the Public
      - 6 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 2:21pm -
    • Ibrahimovic, Pogba back for Man Utd – Mourinho
      Paul Pogba and long-term injury victim Zlatan Ibrahimovic will make their Manchester United returns against Newcastle United on Saturday, manager Jose Mourinho announced on Friday. France midfielder Pogba has been out since September with a hamstring
      - 7 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 2:11pm -
    • PHOTOS: Mugabe emerges from house arrest
      Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe attended a university graduation ceremony today, making a defiant first public appearance since the military takeover that appeared to signal the end of his 37-year reign. See photos:
      - 7 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 1:54pm -
    • Only locally-made solutions can end Nigeria’s problems, Buhari insists
      Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday insisted that only locally-made solutions can fix Nigeria’s unique problems. Buhari restated this while receiving participants of the Senior Executive Course 39 (2017) of the National Ins
      - 7 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 1:54pm -
    • Three shot dead in Kenya protest
      Three men were shot dead Friday in the Kenyan capital Nairobi as police broke up crowds of thousands of opposition supporters, an AFP journalist saw. The three bodies, all shot in the upper body, were seen lying on the road in Muthurwa, a city suburb
      - 7 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 1:44pm -
    • Ronaldo confident of winning Ballon D’Or
      Cristiano Ronaldo said on Friday that he was “confident as always” of winning the upcoming Ballon D’Or for best player in the world. Ronaldo is the overwhelming favourite to collect the award on December 7, after a year in which he led Real Mad
      - 7 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 1:43pm -
    • Catalan ex-leader in Belgian court for extradition hearing
      Sacked Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont appeared in court in Belgium on Friday for a hearing on whether to send him back to Spain to face charges of rebellion and sedition over his region’s independence drive. Madrid issued a European ar
      - 7 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 1:29pm -
    • America spent over $4bn on HIV/AIDS in Nigeria, envoy says

      - 7 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 1:23pm -
    • Police nab 10 suspected cultists in Lagos
      The Olosan Division of the Lagos State Police Command on Friday said it had arrested 10 suspected cultists terrorising the Mushin area of the state. The Divisional Police Officer, Olosan, CSP Adekunle Omisakin, confirmed the arrests to the News Agenc
      - 7 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 1:22pm -
    • Teacher offers pupils good grades for sex, faces 40-year jail term
      A teacher is facing jail after she forced pupils to have sex with her in exchange for good grades. Identified only as Yokasta M, the 40-year-old threatened to fail the pupils if they refused to sleep with her. She taught at a school in Medellin, Colo
      - 8 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 12:27pm -
    • Bauchi prison inmates awaiting amputation for 13 years – Controller
      A total of 16 inmates on death row and those to be amputated are still awaiting their fate more than 10 years after their conviction in Bauchi State, the Controller of Prison in the state, Mr Sulaiman Suleiman, has said. The controller said in a stat
      - 8 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 12:22pm -
    • Between Alexis Ohanian’s net worth of $9m and wife Serena Williams’ $27m
      Alexis Ohanian recently wed iconic tennis player Serena Williams after the pair had their first baby together earlier this year. Ohanian, 34, may only be known as Serena’s husband in some circles, but he is generally best known as one of the co-fou
      - 8 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 12:14pm -
    • French rocker Johnny Hallyday hospitalised
      Veteran French rocker Johnny Hallyday, who has been battling lung cancer for several months, has been hospitalised with breathing problems, his entourage confirmed Friday. Celebrity magazine Voici had reported that France’s answer to Elvis Presley
      - 9 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 11:32bin -
    • Indian state uses drones to prevent open defecation
      The Southern Indian state of Telanagana has embarked on a unique way to get rid of open defecation, using drones. As a pilot project, cops have deployed drones on the banks of a local reservoir in the state’s Karimnagar district to prevent people f
      - 9 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 11:21bin -
    • Missing journalist found dead in Anambra
      A Cameraman with the Anambra Broadcasting Service, Mr Ikechukwu Onubogu, has been found dead four days after he was declared missing by members of his family. Although the cause of his death remained sketchy, the News Agency of Nigeria gathered that
      - 10 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 11:09bin -
    • CAF postpones AFCON qualifiers to October
      The Confederation of African Football has agreed to move next year’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers to October to allow the continent’s World Cup finalists play friendlies in March. Nigeria, Senegal, Egypt, Tunisia, and Morocco are the five Afr
      - 10 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 10:41bin -
    • AKTUALISIERT: Mugabe makes first public appearance since army takeover
      President Robert Mugabe attended a university graduation ceremony on Friday, making his first public appearance since military generals took control of Zimbabwe earlier this week. In a display of defiance, Mugabe, 93, arrived at the ceremony in the c
      - 10 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 10:22bin -
    • Olamide drops new album, ‘Lagos Na Wa’
      Nigeria rapper Olamide Adedeji has released a new album titled ‘Lagos Na Wa’, bringing his album repetoire to seven since his debut in 2011. The album was released on Friday barely a year after he released ‘The Glory’ album. Lagos Na Wa is a
      - 10 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 10:14bin -
    • EPL: Man United may unleash Pogba, Ibrahimovic
      Manchester United supporters could be treated to the long-awaited returns of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba when their team resume their Premier League campaign against Newcastle United on Saturday. The pair, so instrumental in United’s success
      - 11 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 9:42bin -
    • Qatar sets $200 as minimum wage
      Qatar has set a temporary minimum wage for migrant workers worth around $200 a month, its labour minister said Thursday, a benchmark reform following widespread criticism of Doha’s preparations for the 2022 World Cup. Issa al-Nuaimi told AFP that
      - 11 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 9:36bin -

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    • Reps panel threatens arrest warrant against Bello-O
      The House of Representatives adhoc committee investigating the operational activities of telecoms operators panel yesterday threatened to issue an arrest warrant against the Chairman of the defunct Etisalat Nigeria, Akeem Bello-Osagie as well as the
      - 17 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 3:27bin -
    • How to lead Nigerians out of poverty, by Tinubu
      All Progressives Congress (APC) stalwart Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu yesterday gave a pass mark to the Muhammadu Buhari Administration in a mid-term assessment of the Federal Government. He reviewed the three-point focus of the administration – the a
      - 22 Vor Stunden 16 November 17, 11:08pm -
    • 2018 Budget: Govt votes N1b for State House Clinic
      •No details of National Assembly’s N125b The Executive has proposed to spend N1,030,458,453 on the State House Clinic under the Presidency’s total estimate of N51,445,678,808 in the 2018 Budget proposal. The clinic came under focus recently whe
      - 22 Vor Stunden 16 November 17, 11:07pm -
    • Mugabe to go on exile
      President Robert Mugabe last night agreed to step down. A new government is to be formed within 48 Std., a twitter handle claiming to be speaking on behalf of the provisional government of Zimbabwe said. Mugabe will then proceed on exile to South Af
      - 22 Vor Stunden 16 November 17, 11:06pm -
    • Soldiers chased weapon-laden truck into Kanu’s home, says Buratai
      •Court hears case on Kanu’s whereabouts Soldiers chased a truck laden with weapons into a house said to belong to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu’s father in Afara-Ukwu Ibeku, Umuahia, Abia State, on Septemb
      - 22 Vor Stunden 16 November 17, 11:03pm -
    • Rights group protests non-proscription of IMN to AGF
      *IMN planning attack on innocent Nigerians More trouble seems to be brewing in the air for detained leader of the Zaria Iran affiliated sect, Herr. Ibrahim El-Zakzaky as a large number of protesters today besieged the office of the Attorney General of
      - 22 Vor Stunden 16 November 17, 11:02pm -
    • How EFCC Shared 53 Property Seized From John Yusuf, Teidi, Others
      The Econmic and Financial Crimes Commission has been accused of sharing 53 houses seized by the defunct Maina led Pension Reform Taskforce Team. According to a petition to the Senate and DSS, by David Adodo, chairman of concerned federal pensioners,…
      - 22 Vor Stunden 16 November 17, 11:01pm -
    • Alleged perversion of course of justice: Ricky Tarfa makes no-case submission
      Ein alter Anwalt von Nigeria (SAN), Herr. Rickey Tarfa, standing trial over alleged gratification and attempt to pervert the course of justice has told a Lagos High Court sitting in Igbosere that he has no case to answer. At the resume of proceedings o
      - 22 Vor Stunden 16 November 17, 11:00pm -
    • CSOs unseal Peace Corps house
      There was a drama yesterday as some members of civil society organisations (CSOs) in Abuja yesterday enforced the judgment of a Federal High Court against the Police by unsealing the corporate head office of the Peace Corps of Nigeria. The place ha
      - 22 Vor Stunden 16 November 17, 11:00pm -

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    • 2019 Election: Akwa Ibom Youths Support Gov. Emmanuel
      Thousands of youths from Eket senatorial district in Akwa Ibom, on Friday stormed the Government House, Uyo, to declare their support for the Governor, Udom Emmanuel in the 2019 governorship election. Prior to that, the youths marched through major r
      - 2 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 6:45pm -
    • Buhari Condoles With Iranians, Iraqis Over Devastating Earthquake
      President Muhammadu Buhari has joined world leaders to commiserate with President Hassan Rouhani and the people of the Islamic Republic of Iran over the earthquake that hit the country. The devastating quake had recently struck the western province o
      - 3 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 5:27pm -
    • Fayose Suspends Commissioner, Permanent Secretary In Ekiti
      Ekiti Landeshaupt, Mr Ayo Fayose, on Friday suspended the Commissioner for Education in the state, Mr Jide Egunjobi, for alleged dereliction of duty. The governor also suspended the Ministry’s Permanent Secretary, Mrs Adekunbi Obaise, for a s
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:41pm -
    • Christian Leaders Beg El-Rufai To Suspend Teachers’ Sack
      Christian leaders in Kaduna State have appealed to Governor Nasir El-Rufai to suspend the proposed sacking of about 22,000 unqualified teachers in the interest of humanity. The clergymen, under the aegis of Southern Kaduna Christian Leaders Associati
      - 6 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 3:05pm -
    • Kaduna Govt Gets $350m World Bank Loan
      The World Bank has approved a loan of $350 million to the Kaduna State government to support its Development Policy Operations (DPO). Commissioner of Finance in the state, Mr Suleiman Abdul-Kwari, disclosed this to Channels Television on Friday at hi
      - 7 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 1:40pm -
    • Senate Panel To Submit Report On Maina Investigation
      The Senate Panel investigating the reinstatement and promotion of the former Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina is proposing to submit the report of the committee in December this year. The chairman of the
      - 8 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 12:39pm -
    • Libyan Deportees Arrive Edo, Narrate Ordeal
      169 indigenes of Edo state recently deported from Libya have arrived Benin City the state capital. The deportees were received and brought back to the state on arrival at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos by the State Task Force again
      - 11 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 9:17bin -
    • Ogun Assembly Passes Bill On Discrimination Against ‘People With Disability’
      The Ogun State House of Assembly has passed a bill to protect “People With Disability” with the aim of promoting equity, equality, and justice among the vulnerable group in the society. The bill titled: “HB No. 12/OG/ 2017- A Bill for a Law to
      - 11 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 9:15bin -
    • Osun Govt Seals Off Property Allegedly Belonging to Dangote
      The Osun State Government on Thursday sealed off a quarry suspected to be used for illegal mining operations at Ajebandele village in Ayedaade South Local Council Development Authority in the state. The site which allegedly belongs to business mogul,…
      - 23 Vor Stunden 16 November 17, 9:34pm -

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    • Children Found Aborted Foetus Inside A Gutter And Think It Was A Toy In Kaduna (Foto)
      The corpse of a newborn baby was found inside a gutter in Kaduna by children who were playing, and they thought it was a toy. According to a Facebook user who shared the photos, the dead baby was found by children who were playing in the area as one
      - 4 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 4:16pm -
    • Imo Monarch arrested for reportedly killing an IMSU graduate
      The traditional ruler of Umueze Community in Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State, Eze Opara, has been arrested by the Imo State Police Command, for reportedly killing a 25-year-old IMSU graduate, Uchenna Opara a.k.a Junior on Wednesday. Pu
      - 5 Vor Stunden 17 November 17, 3:59pm -
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