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  • baruFG urged to abolish capital punishment, detention of lunatics
    THE Federal Government has been urged to abolish capital punishment and detention of lunatics in the country.The post FG urged to abolish capital punishment, detention of lunatics appeared first on Vanguard News.
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  • baruNaira depreciates to N360.70 in NAFEX
    The naira, kemarin, depreciated to N360.70 in the Investor and Exporter (I&E) Foreign Exchange, forex Window. The indicative exchange rate for the I & E forex Window, known as Nigerian Autonomous Foreign Exchange, NAFEX, depreciated further to N360
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  • baruYou can’t say that Nigeria’s unity has been finally settled – Ango Abdullahi
    baru saja 48 hours after President Muhammadu Buhari asked Ndigbo of the South East to halt secession struggle and embrace national integration, the National Chairman of Northern Nigeria Union, Professor Ango Abdulahi, has said that Nigeria’s unity wa
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  • baruYou lied, Jonathan replies Waziri, ex-EFCC boss
    Former President, Dr Goodluck Jonathan, said, kemarin, that former chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Mrs. Farida Waziri, lied when she alleged being sacked by him because she refused to back down from the probe of one of
    - 39 menit yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 7:00saya -
  • baruMade in Nigeria cables are world class – SON DG
    THE Direktur Jenderal / CEO of Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON) Bapak. Aboloma A. Osita has said that some made in Nigerian products are world best and that Nigerians should not be afraid of her products and services.The post Made in Nigeria cable
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  • baruFEC okays N458m for implementation of ERGP
    THE Federal Executive Council, FEC, kemarin, approved N458 million for the engagement of Malaysia-based consultants to conduct a study to aid implementation of National Economic Recovery and Growth Plan, ERGP.The post FEC okays N458m for implement
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  • baruInstallation of “Pere of Olodiama Kingdom,” sacrilegious, criminal – Edo Govt
    The Edo State Government has described as egregiously abominable, sacrilegious and criminal, the planned coronation of one Godwin Oguyenbo as the "Pere of Olodiama Kingdom," in Ovia North East Local Government Area of Edo State.The post Installation
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  • baruTrial of 9 over 576kg of hard drugs hidden in noodles commences
    Lagos—The trial of nine drug traffickers, who allegedly hid 266 kilogrammes of Methamphetamine and 310 kilogrammes of Ephedrine, banned substances suspected to be cocaine, heroin and LSD, in cartons of noodles and jerry cans, has commenced.The pos
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  • baruDon’t axe 95% of Intels because of Atiku’s 5% FG told
    Thedust raised by the Federal Government’s clampdown on Intels, a company in which former vice-president, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has interests is yet to setThe post Don’t axe 95% of Intels because of Atiku’s 5% FG told appeared first on Vang
    - 59 menit yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 6:40saya -
  • FG, Lagos Govt move to tackle Apapa traffic gridlock
    LAGOS—IN apparent response to public outcry over the total breakdown of law and order on the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway by tanker and other truck drivers, as highlighted by Vanguard Newspaper in the last few days, the Federal and Lagos State governmen
    - 1 hour ago 16 Nov 17, 6:37saya -
  • Ignore IPOB, go and vote
    IF you ask the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB, and other Biafra independence activists what they want, they will tell you they want a referendum to enable “the people” to separate from Nigerian and establish the Republic of Biafra. Ask th
    - 1 hour ago 16 Nov 17, 6:26saya -
  • Stunned Zimbabweans face uncertain future without Mugabe
    Zimbabweans were weighing an uncertain future without President Robert Mugabe Thursday after the army took power and placed the 93-year-old veteran, once seen as a liberation hero, under house arrest.The post Stunned Zimbabweans face uncertain futur
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  • Drama as Ndume resumes after 90 legislative days’ suspension
    A mild drama in the Senate chamber, kemarin, heralded the resumption of Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume (APC, Borno South), from the 90 days legislative suspension clamped on him by the Senate.The post Drama as Ndume resumes after 90 legislative d
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  • PDP presidential candidate won’t come from South West, Adeniran tells Fayose
    FORMER Minister of Education and national chairmanship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prof Tunde Adeniran has advised Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State to support his ambition to emerge the party’s national chairman in the Dec
    - 2 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 5:41saya -
  • No sign Nigeria is out of recession, Labour laments
    FIVE months after the Federal Government announced Nigeria' s exit from the crushing economic recession, umbrella body for senior civil servants in the country, at its National Executive Council, NEC, meeting in Enugu, Enugu State, declared that th
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  • Buhari to Ndigbo: Nigeria a country with incredible resources, highly talented people
    President Muhammadu Buhari, Tuesday night, in Abakaliki explained that many appointees in his administration were appointed purely on merit and proven track records.The post Buhari to Ndigbo: Nigeria a country with incredible resources, highly talen
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  • IKOYI APARTMENT CASH : Whistle blowers’ordeal raises questions
    ‘’The government was clearly in a hurry about the policy in order to encourage Nigerians to report corrupt practices That is what I observed because most of the things contained in that policy has not been enacted into law But the Federal Govern
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  • Iwobi’s goals were classic, says Macherano
    Barcelona and Argentine defender, Javier Macherano has stressed that Alex Iwobi’s brace for the Super Eagles in their international friendly on Tuesday night were quality strikes.The post Iwobi’s goals were classic, says Macherano appeared first
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  • Obiano, Nwoye’s constituents welcome Ojukwu jnr’s defection to APC; endorse Nwoye
    Stakeholders in Anambra East/West Federal Constituency, home of Governor Willie Obiano and All Progressives Congress, APC, governorship candidate, dr. Tony Nwoye, have welcomed the defection of Chief Chukwuemeka Ojukwu Jnr. to the APC, saying it is a
    - 3 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 4:57saya -
  • NNPC should be partially privatised — Moghalu
    Despite effort by the current administration to diversify the nation’s economy, a former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Bapak. Kingsley Moghalu, has urged the Federal Government to partially privatize the Nigerian National Petrol
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  • Police search for uncle of teen arrested over Gaia Pope
    Police are now searching for the uncle of the teenager originally arrested on suspicion of murder in relation to Gaia Pope’s disappearance, his family said tonight.
    - 5 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 2:59saya -
  • NHS cuts are blamed for 120,000 extra deaths
    Researchers from Cambridge University likened the cuts to 'economic murder' and said NHS and social care funding means vulnerable patients are not receiving the help they need.
    - 5 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 2:24saya -
  • All Labour officials on local committee resign
    The unnamed male activist is said to have harassed women's officer Anne Ruzylo, rom Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, for months after they disagreed over 'gender identity' issues.
    - 5 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 2:23saya -
  • Duke of Windsor’s will to be unsealed at last
    For over four decades the will of the Duke of Windsor, once known as King Edward VIII, has remained sealed and hidden away from prying eyes. But now it will be unsealed.
    - 5 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 2:11saya -
  • Up to 8,000 women to benefit from new cancer drug
    The drugs are hailed as the ‘closest thing to a cure’ for women with incurable breast cancer. Vikki Orvice (digambarkan), from St Albans, has been able to work full-time thanks to the wonder drugs.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 2:05saya -
  • Theresa May and Hammond locked in Green Belt stand-off
    Hari ini. the Prime Minister will pledge to take ‘personal charge’ of tackling the housing crisis, which many believe is essential to reconnecting the Tories with the under-40s.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:59saya -
  • Scots get set for ‘booze cruises’ into England
    Off licenses in the north of England are said to be stocking up on beers, spirits and wines as they prepare for an influx of Scottish drinkers looking to buy cheaper alcohol in bulk.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:58saya -
  • PCSO who helped catch hit and run driver suspended
    John Cannon (digambarkan), hailed a hero for catching a driver who injured a pensioner has revealed he has been suspended from Greater Manchester Police accused of 'misusing' the police car's blue light.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:57saya -
  • Tory backlash at rebels threatening to frustrate Brexit
    Sources believe the number of rebels could top 20 – enough to overturn Theresa May’s slender Commons majority when the issue comes to a vote next month.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:54saya -
  • Quentin Letts: The PM tonked Corbyn to the boundary ropes
    For a woman supposedly on the rack, Theresa May had a carefree outing at Prime Minister’s Questions. She tonked Jeremy Corbyn to the boundary ropes.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:48saya -
  • Call to ditch Gladstone... and replace him with Jon Snow!
    The Roscoe and Gladstone building at Liverpool University was partly named after former Prime Minister William Gladstone (digambarkan), whose family wealth was built on slavery.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:45saya -
  • Zimbabwe's despised Gucci Grace 'flees to Namibia'
    The military in Zimbabwe appears to have brought an end to Robert Mugabe's long, 37-year reign in what the army's supporters in Harare praised as a 'bloodless correction'.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:31saya -
  • Signed first edition Harry Potter sells for £106,000
    A signed first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone has sold for a world record £106,250. The 20-year-old fantasy novel by JK Rowling smashed its £30,000 estimate.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:28saya -
  • Young Army private shot dead in target mistake
    Private Conor McPherson, 24, was shot in the head on the first day of Exercise Wessex Storm at the Heely Dod Range at Otterburn, Northumberland in August 2016.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:26saya -
  • Tories keep Labour at bay in the polls with 41%
    Jeremy Corbyn still has not been able to overtake the Tories in the polls, despite the Government’s recent woes. Labour and the Tories remain locked in a dead heat at 41% each.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:26saya -
  • Swastikas and anti-Semitism rife on university campuses
    Parliament heard a litany of 'horrifying' examples of anti-Jewish hatred at universities, including the distribution of Holocaust denial literature and it was said the swastika is now a 'casual symbol of fun'.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:25saya -
  • Man 'behind Zimbabwe coup' is London-educated Mnangagwa
    Mnangagwa, 75, has had a long and varied political career in Zimbabwe, leading the justice, defence, housing and finance ministries as well as being lower house speaker and spymaster.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:25saya -
  • Britain 'is ready to pay £450million debt to Iran'
    The Shah of Iran paid for and ordered 1,750 Cheiftan tanks from Britain but only 185 had been delivered by the time he was toppled in 1979 and the order was cancelled.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:22saya -
  • Student tuition fees won't be repaid by 80% of graduates
    The decision to raise the minimum earnings level at which loan repayments kick in – from £21,000 to £25,000 – means a much larger pool of low earners will never make any repayments.
    - 6 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 1:09saya -
  • Gaia Pope's mother claims she may be held against her will
    The mother of missing Dorset teenager Gaia Pope has launched an appeal desperately urging people to 'check their garages and vans because she could be being held prisoner there'.
    - 7 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 12:46saya -
  • Duterte tells Canada's Trudeau to 'lay off' the 'bullsh*t'
    President Duterte said he was angered and insulted after Canada PM Trudeau spoke of his government's war on drugs, which has been widely condemned for leaving thousands of suspects dead.
    - 7 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 12:33saya -
  • Zookeeper mauled by tiger in Russia thought she would die
    Nadezhda Srivastava who was pounced on by a tiger in a Russian zoo narrowly escaped being mauled to death (digambarkan) has spoken out about the terrifying incident for the first time.
    - 7 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 12:32saya -
  • Benefits cheat caught playing football spared jail
    Gary Wilson, 30, of Wolverhampton, raked in state hand-outs claiming he could barely walk or dress himself due to crippling arthritis yet investigators caught him playing football (digambarkan).
    - 7 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 12:31saya -
  • Historic Photographer of the Year awards are showcased
    The photographs form part of the first-ever Historic Photographer of the Year awards, which showcase the very best historic places and cultural sites from across the globe.
    - 7 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 12:10saya -
  • Lincolnshire man bitten by false widow spider in loft
    Keith Jackson from Welton, Lincolnshire ended up with his leg being red, swollen and with a hole 'full of pus' after initially ignoring the bite.
    - 7 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 12:09saya -
  • Clarifications and corrections
    A headline in yesterday’s paper suggested that a new type of milk had been produced which was suitable for people with a milk ‘allergy’.
    - 8 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 12:01saya -
  • Gay Times suspends new editor Josh Rivers over tweets
    Within hours of the posts being discovered, Mr Rivers had been suspended by Gay Times, and he subsequently issued a grovelling apology over Twitter.
    - 8 beberapa jam yang lalu 16 Nov 17, 12:01saya -
  • So what is the truth about Philip and those 'affairs'?
    Through most of the Queen and Prince Philip's 70-year marriage, rumours of his alleged affairs have been rife. Pictured: The royal with close friend Penny Romsey in 1975.
    - 8 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 11:59sore -
  • Travellers park caravans at Met Police dog training site
    Lebih dari 15 caravans and trucks were this week stationed on the site, which is next to a quiet residential street in Surbiton, South-West London.
    - 8 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 11:51sore -
  • Disabled jihadi helped brother go to Syria to join ISIS
    Abdalraouf Abdallah, 24, had been sent to live with family in Manchester after he was shot in the back and paralysed from the waist down when the two brothers fought the Gaddafi regime in 2011.
    - 8 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 11:50sore -
  • Three people are arrested after hit-and-run in Horsham
    The 70-year-old woman died after a stolen Mercedes AMG estate crashed into her Ford Fiesta on the A24 near Horsham, West Sussex, on Friday evening.
    - 8 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 11:29sore -
  • Benedict Allen's wife reveals toll on their children
    Benedict Allen has failed to return from the Papua New Guinea jungle following a solo expedition to find the ‘last people on the planet’ who have no contact with the outside world.
    - 8 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 11:21sore -
  • 400 win right to give evidence to Grenfell Tower inquiry
    Almost 400 individuals and organisations have been granted 'core participant' status in the Grenfell Tower Inquiry which could give them the right to provide opening statements.
    - 8 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 11:13sore -
  • Edinburgh man found guilty of infecting lovers with HIV
    Daryll Rowe, originally from Edinburgh, infected five men from the Brighton area and the North East with HIV while five others narrowly escaped contracting the life-changing virus.
    - 9 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 10:12sore -
  • Belfast high rise tower block is engulfed in flames
    Emergency services are currently tackling the blaze at the 15-storey tower block in Dunmurry, near Belfast, and the fire comes just months after the tragic Grenfell Tower incident in west London.
    - 10 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 9:56sore -
  • Birmingham man held on suspicion of conspiracy to murder
    A 29-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder over the death of Tony Nicholls, 56, following a firework arson attack at his home in Birmingham, police said.
    - 10 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 9:53sore -
  • Mugabe: From Catholic to Marxist to brutal despot
    The Zimbabwean tyrant met Sally Hayfron in 1958 when they were teaching at a college in Ghana and two years later they married. She died in 1992 and four years later he married Grace Marufu.
    - 10 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 9:50sore -
  • Paedophile dwarf groomed teenage girls on Facebook
    Bryan Anthony Bowen (left), of Welshpool, Powys, contacted two children, berumur 13 dan 15. He was handed a 48-week prison sentence, suspended for two years.
    - 10 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 9:49sore -
  • Corby woman finds love after being born with haemangioma
    Cody Hall, 25, from Corby, Northamptonshire, had such a large birthmark, it distorted the left side of her face. She married her boyfriend of eight years Lewis Holt, 27, last Friday after a year engagement.
    - 10 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 9:10sore -
  • Migrants trying to reach Europe sold as slaves in Libya
    After EU efforts to block migrants from crossing the Mediterranean from Libya, thousands are left stranded the hands of the human traffickers, some of whom are selling them as slaves.
    - 10 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 9:10sore -
  • Thai boxing coach jailed for abusing girl in Rochdale
    Peter Feeley, 56, exploited his position at a Thai boxing gym in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, to seduce the youngster before having a series of illicit sexual encounters with her.
    - 11 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 8:54sore -
  • Syrian family flee home fire bomb put in their letter box
    Neighbours found the family huddled in the back garden after a petrol-type accelerate was pushed through the front door letterbox of the semi-detached house in Haydock, Merseyside.
    - 11 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 8:47sore -
  • Elephant lifted from well in rescue effort in India
    Remarkable footage has captured the moment an elephant was rescued from a 20-feet well after a 36-hour long operation in Chattisgarh, India. Two cranes were needed to haul out the injured animal.
    - 11 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 8:42sore -
  • Reddish pensioner brutally attacked during pub darts match
    A pensioner's face has been left fractured in 16 places after he suffered a savage attack at a pub darts match in Stockport. George Pike was viciously punched 13 times and then kicked while on the floor.
    - 11 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 8:35sore -
  • Justin Bieber fans conned by would-be England footballer
    Zainab Pervaiz, 25, of Walsall, West Midlands, set up online listings for performances by Beyonce and Adele, and in all defrauded victims out of £9,982, between August 2015 and July 2016.
    - 11 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 8:30sore -
  • Duty Free star Keith Barron dies aged 83
    A statement from Barron's agent said the star (digambarkan) enjoyed a 'long and varied career', and that he is survived by his wife of 58 tahun, Mary, and his actor son Jamie.
    - 12 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 8:04sore -
  • 'Biblical disaster' kills at least 14 people in Greece
    At least 14 people are dead including two men whose bodies were found floating out to sea after torrential rains brought severe flash floods to the outskirts of the Greek capital of Athens.
    - 12 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 7:50sore -
  • Dementia sufferer who killed grandmother in London let off
    Volunteer Mary Hambrook, 67, died after she was trapped under James Harris' car in Give2Give in Petts Wood, south London on 11 August last year.
    - 12 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 7:40sore -
  • Two former SS officers are charged over Nazi camp deaths
    Two ex-SS officers, now aged 92 dan 93, have been charged with the murders of hundreds of prisoners at the Stutthof concentration camp, in Poland (digambarkan, executions at the camp).
    - 12 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 7:30sore -
  • Shiv Thakor found guilty of exposing himself to two women
    Shiv Thakor (digambarkan), from Derby, who captained England at under-19 level, ha sbeen found guilty of indecently exposing himself to two women on two different occasions.
    - 12 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 7:28sore -
  • North Korea: Trump deserves to die for Kim Jong-un insult
    Kim Jong-Un's North Korean Workers' Party newspaper Rodong Sinmun wrote that U.S. President Donald Trump had now been 'sentenced to death by the Korean people'.
    - 12 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 7:21sore -
  • Bolton couple accused of murdering their baby
    Anthony Clark, 35, and Catherine Davies, 25, are accused of allowing their baby (not pictured) to be dehydrated and starved to death, Manchester Crown Court heard.
    - 12 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 7:09sore -
  • Bolton couple accused of murdering their baby
    Anthony Clark, 35, and Catherine Davies, 25, are accused of allowing their baby (not pictured) to be dehydrated and starved to death, Manchester Crown Court heard.
    - 12 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 7:09sore -
  • Masked protesters set off flares outside Downing Street
    Masked student protesters have set off flares on the road outside No.10 Downing Street. Marchers took to the street on Wednesday demanding reforms to higher education.
    - 13 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 6:47sore -
  • Iouri Chliaifchtein sues over concierge service at flat
    Iouri Chliaifchtei, 60, is suing the concierge service at his £18million apartment in London because staff cuts have meant there is no one to drive his car to and from his garage.
    - 13 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 6:46sore -
  • Gypsy 'beaten to death with a plasterer's whisk' on M25
    Simon Baker, 22, and Mikey Coyle, 21, allegedly grabbed the building tools from their white van and killed 20-year-old Quhey Saunders in a shop at Cobham Services on 26 June.
    - 13 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 6:31sore -
  • Ferrari supercar runs out of petrol on streets of London
    The Ferrari F12 supercar - which can manage a mere 18mpg - broke down on the Charing Cross road just outside the National Portrait Gallery, causing a traffic jam just after 1pm.
    - 13 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 6:30sore -
  • Rohingya crisis 'is good for business' boasts pimp
    Sex traffickers are targeting young women and children in the sprawling Rohingya refugee camps where more than 600,000 people now live after fleeing the violence in Myanmar.
    - 13 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 6:29sore -
  • Teenager stabbed in London's Primrose Hill
    A teenager was knifed by a gang as he stood with a crowd of female friends in millionaire north London suburb Primrose Hill (digambarkan). He was found in nearby Regent's Park.
    - 13 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 6:19sore -

BBC News » Africa

  • Coup? What is going on in Zimbabwe?
    Zimbabwe's military has seized the state television but denies this is a coup.
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  • 2018 World Cup: Nigeria federation move to avoid bonus rows
    The Nigeria Football Federation and its players sign an agreement aimed at avoiding rows over payments at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
    - 22 beberapa jam yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 9:22saya -
  • University founder
    University founder in Ghana wins major international education award.
    - 1 hari yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 7:37saya -
  • 20 clubs, 12 countries - the African who left his brothers for football
    How an intrepid band of African footballers are achieving their footballing goals in some of the sport's most remote outposts.
    - 1 hari yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 6:24saya -
  • Zimbabwe's military seizes state TV broadcaster
    The army took over the national broadcaster, but denied it was staging a coup.
    - 1 hari yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 5:49saya -
  • 'Yes sir, thank you madam'
    Ghanaian journalist Elizabeth Ohene looks at how parenting styles in Ghana compares to those in the US.
    - 1 hari yang lalu 15 Nov 17, 1:21saya -
  • 'My boss threatened me with acid'
    Tanzanian women travel to Oman to become maids and get trapped with abusive employers.
    - 1 hari yang lalu 14 Nov 17, 8:17sore -
  • Nigerian girl 'killed for witchcraft rituals'
    The girl's body parts were sold for $25 for use in suspected rituals believed to bring wealth.
    - 2 beberapa hari yang lalu 14 Nov 17, 7:08sore -
  • Francis Kone: The African footballer who can't stop saving lives
    Togolese footballer Francis Kone won an award after his quick thinking on the pitch saved an opponent's life.
    - 2 beberapa hari yang lalu 14 Nov 17, 5:12sore -
  • Nick Hope: How taekwondo saved an Olympian from bullying
    After a tough childhood in West Africa and exile in France, Mahama Cho tells how taekwondo helped save him from bullying.
    - 2 beberapa hari yang lalu 14 Nov 17, 9:34saya -
  • Visibility poor
    A shortage of weather data is holding back many African economies. Some start-ups are changing this.
    - 2 beberapa hari yang lalu 14 Nov 17, 12:02saya -
  • Ten of the best
    As part of the BBC's African Footballer of the Year season, BBC Africa Sport selects the top 10 unforgettable African moments in 25 years of the Premier League.
    - 3 beberapa hari yang lalu 13 Nov 17, 6:26saya -
  • Instant justice
    Joseph Warungu marvels at how legal services are offered on Ghana's streets.
    - 3 beberapa hari yang lalu 13 Nov 17, 1:21saya -
  • African Footballer of the Year - meet the five contenders
    Find out more about the five contenders - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Naby Keita, Sadio Mane, Victor Moses and Mohamed Salah.
    - 5 beberapa hari yang lalu 11 Nov 17, 6:58sore -
  • African Footballer of the Year 2017: Sadio Mane profile
    BBC Sport profiles Senegal and Liverpool attacker Sadio Mane, a nominee for the BBC African Footballer of the Year 2017 award.
    - 5 beberapa hari yang lalu 11 Nov 17, 6:51sore -
  • Christian Parkinson: What is going on in Cameroon?
    Authorities are cracking down on Anglophone separatists as President Paul Biya marks 35 years in power.
    - 6 beberapa hari yang lalu 10 Nov 17, 6:41sore -
  • Repent and rejoice
    A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
    - 6 beberapa hari yang lalu 10 Nov 17, 12:54saya -
  • Change makers in Uganda
    How people fleeing South Sudan have managed to create work – for themselves and others – in their new home of Uganda.
    - 9 beberapa hari yang lalu 7 Nov 17, 2:34saya -
  • Esther Namuhis: Tanzania's deaf cafe
    Customers can learn sign language from a chalkboard in this cafe where every member of staff is deaf.
    - 10 beberapa hari yang lalu 6 Nov 17, 12:31saya -
  • Elizabeth Ohene: Cultural colonialism
    Journalist Elizabeth Ohene argues that African identities remain in thrall to the continent's colonial past.
    - 13 beberapa hari yang lalu 3 Nov 17, 1:08saya -
  • Holiday home
    The 2CV is a vintage French car. But it is the car of choice for taxi drivers in the African island of Madagascar.
    - 18 beberapa hari yang lalu 28 Oct 17, 11:02sore -
  • Yousra Elbagir: Why #MeToo won't work in Sudan
    Journalist Yousra Elbagir looks at why the #MeToo hashtag was not widely used in Sudan.
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    • baruImo couple sell first child on credit
      Chidiebube Okeoma, Owerri The Anti-Kidnapping unit of the Imo State Police Command has arrested a couple, Ifeanyi Anyanwu and Amarachi Ugorji, for allegedly stealing and selling a two-year-old boy, Ikechukwu Nwachukwu, for N500,000. The couple allege
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    • baru$21.7bn missing from NNPC since 1999, says Falana
      A human rights lawyer Femi Falana (SAN), on Wednesday accused the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation of failing to remit over $21.7bn and N376bn since 1999. The human rights activist said instead of piling up external loans, the Federal Govern
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    • baruPeru beat New Zealand 2-0 to capture last World Cup berth
      Emotional Peru advanced to the World Cup for the first time since 1982 by defeating New Zealand 2-0 on Wednesday, goals by Jefferson Farfan and Christian Ramos sealing the last ticket to Russia. Farfan struck in the 27th minute and Ramos scored in th
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      Sodiq Oyeleke Veteran comedian, Moses Olaiya, popularly known as Baba Sala, has solicited the financial support of well-meaning Nigerians for him to be able to take care of his health. The comedian, who sank into the background after enjoying patrona
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    • Displaced Otodo Gbame residents protest at Ambode’s office
      Samson Folarin Some of the former dwellers of Otodo Gbame, a slum in the Lekki area of Lagos State, on Wednesday stormed the Lagos House, Ikeja, to demand the resettlement of over 30,000 displaced residents. The protesters barricaded the entrance to
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    • Inflation drops for ninth consecutive month to 15.91%
      Ifeanyi Onuba, Abuja The National Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday released the Consumer Price Index, which measures inflation, with the index dropping year-on-year from 15.98 per cent in September to 15.91 per cent in October. The bureau stated in
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    • Buhari should end the SSS, EFCC feud
      THERE has been no let-up in the feuding between the State Security Service and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. Evidence, if any was needed, was provided last week when the anti-graft agency complained publicly that the SSS was hindering
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    • TSA: $21.3m trapped in Heritage Bank, NPA tells Reps
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    • We are not fooled by President’s visit, says MASSOB
      Ihuoma Chiedozie, Enugu The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra on Wednesday said ‘Biafrans’ were not fooled by President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to the South-East. The President was in Ebonyi State on Tuesday, from
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    • ERGP: FG to hire Malaysian economic experts for N458m
      •FEC approves National Building Code Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved the retention of Malaysian consultants to help conduct a study that would aid the implementation of the President Muhammadu Buhari admi
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    • EFCC and the case of the ‘crazy’ informant
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    • Mugabe and his luxury-loving family
      Chux Ohai When embattled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe assumed office as the country’s Prime Minister in April 1980, one of the first things he did was to create a government of national unity. With this single action, Zimbabwe became the bene
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    • JAMB fixes March 9 untuk 17 for 2018 UTME
      Olaleye Aluko, Abuja The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has said the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination in 2018 will hold from March 9 to March 17 in about 620 computer-based test centres nationwide. The JAMB Registrar, Prof. Is-haq
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    • BVN: Court relaxes conditions to unfreeze unlinked accounts
      Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The Federal High Court in Abuja on Wednesday modified its orders made on October 17, 2017 directing the 19 commercial banks in the country to freeze all accounts without Bank Verification Numbers. Following a compromise reached b
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    • 18 die as suicide bombers attack Borno
      Kayode Idowu, Maiduguri Fourteen persons were on Wednesday killed in Borno State as four suicide bombers launched attacks on the troubled town. Twenty-nine persons were injured in the attack that threw residents of the state capital into panic. It
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    • Zimbabwean military places Mugabe under house arrest

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    • FG to spend N4.8bn on Villa maintenance in 2018
      Ifeanyi Onuba and Olaleye Aluko, Abuja The Federal Government is proposing to spend N4.86bn in the 2018 fiscal year on maintenance of the Presidential Villa, Abuja. The budgeted amount for next year when compared to the N4.95bn allocated for a
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    • Ndume resumes, Senate ignores lawmaker’s ‘special request’
      Leke Baiyewu, Abuja Lawmaker representing Borno South Senatorial District, Senator Ali Ndume, resumed on Wednesday from his six-month suspension by the Senate. Ndume, at the plenary on Wednesday, raised a point of order to speak on the North-East Dev
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    • Ex-Argentine football official commits suicide
      A former Argentine football official has reportedly committed suicide after he was accused of bribe-taking in testimony to a trial of top former FIFA figures in New York, AFP reports. Jorge Delhon threw himself under a train in a Buenos Aires suburb
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    • I didn’t know my ministers, top government officials — Buhari
      Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari said he did not know many of his appointees, including ministers, as of the time he appointed them to top government positions. He said he only came across their names from the records which he worke
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    • Hoodlums attack Kwara community over handout from local artiste
      Success Nwogu, Ilorin No fewer than six houses were burnt after some gunmen invaded Etan town, in the Ekiti Local Government Area of Kwara State. Our correspondent, who visited the town on Wednesday, observed that farmlands with cashew, guinea corn a
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    • WAEC unveils new WASSCE diet for private candidates
      The West African Examinations Council has created a new diet of its examination to cater for a large number of external candidates registering for the examination. The council’s Head, National Office, Bapak. Olu Adenipekun, disclosed this at the unvei
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    • PDP chair: Aspirants’ supporters violating peace pact, says Makarfi
      Olusola Fabiyi, Abuja A former Minister of Education, Prof. Tunde Adeniran, has called on the Governor of Ekiti State, Bapak. Ayodele Fayose, to forget his desire to fly the ticket of the Peoples Democratic Party in the 2019 presidential election. Also,…
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    • No pay, no vote for you, ex-councillors tell Obiano
      Tony Okafor, Awka Former local government councillors in Anambra State on Wednesday protested in Awka, the state capital, over alleged arrears of entitlements owed them by the state government. They said since they left office in 2015, Governor Willi
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    • Job seeker pays fraudster N1m for NNPC employment
      Samuel Awoyinfa and Afeez Hanafi A job seeker, Abiola Ogunseye, has fallen victim to a fraudster who impersonated a Lagos-based telecommunications mogul, Mike Adenuga. The suspect, Ehipboh Lucky, had reportedly opened a Facebook account, using the na
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    • Name suspects I stopped their probe, Jonathan dares Waziri
      Olusola Fabiyi, Abuja Former President Goodluck Jonathan has asked a former Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mrs. Farida Waziri, to name the person he allegedly asked her to stop investigating while in office or shut up.
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    • What to do if you forget your iPhone password
      Ife Ogunfuwa iadedapo@punchng.com The iPhone’s passcode feature is an important way to keep prying eyes out of your personal data. But what if you forget your iPhone passcode? According to www.lifewire.com. Entering the wrong passcode six times tri
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    • Buhari, Senate order reinstatement of Obiano’s security aides
      Olalekan Adetayo and Leke Baiyewu President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered the immediate reinstatement of the security aides of Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State. According to a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Bapak. Femi Ad
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    • FG revokes residence permits of expatriates in Atiku, others’ firms
      Adelani Adepegba, Abuja The Comptroller-General of Immigration, Muhammad Babandede, has revoked the residence permits of the expatriate workers in six companies, including Intels Nigeria Ltd., said to belong to former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar.
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    • Akpeyi blames ref for costly error
      Super Eagles goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi said he was aware of the rules when he handled the ball outside the area during the first half of the friendly match between Nigeria and Argentina in Krasnodar, Russia, on Tuesday. The Chippa United custodian
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    • Lessons I learnt from women in Nollywood
      Niran Adedokun nadedokun@gmail.com Over the past couple of months, I have been talking to a particular set of women from whom I have learnt so much. Even though these women are all united by one single trade-filmmaking, I discovered in the course of
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    • Eagles not yet a complete team, Onigbinde warns
      Idris Adesina Former Nigeria coach, Adegboye Onigbinde, has said the Super Eagles are not yet a complete team despite beating South American giants Argentina 4-2 in a friendly match in Krasnodar, Russia, on Tuesday. Namun, Onigbinde, who spok
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    • INEC boss keeps mum after meeting Osinbajo
      Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo on Wednesday met with the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Mahmood Yakubu, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. The meeting was held barely three days to the governorship ele
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    • Anambra: INEC stops PVCs’ distribution, campaigns end today
      Eniola Akinkuotu, Abuja The Independent National Electoral Commission has announced the end of the distribution of Permanent Voter Cards ahead of the Anambra State governorship election which holds on Saturday The Chairman of INEC, Prof. Mahmoud Yaku
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    • We’ll take a decision on Ajaokuta soon – FG
      Everest Amaefule, Abuja The Federal Government has said that it will take a decision on what happens to the Ajaokuta Steel Complex in due course. This position as contained in a statement issued by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Mines and Steel
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    • Discos ripping off consumers with new prepaid meters – Reps
      The House of Representatives on Wednesday accused electricity distribution companies of ripping off power consumers in the country with their new Mojec prepaid meters and called for urgent investigation to be conducted into the development. The House
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    • 1004 estate: Lagos CP wades in as workers lament police harassment
      Afeez Hanafi Two employees of Home Owners and Residents Association (HORA) of 1004 Estate, Victoria Island, Lagos State, have decried their harassment in the hands of policemen. The workers – Olaniyi Olanrewaju and Peace Itaribor – said they were
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    • Abia pensioners decry unpaid pensions, gratuities
      Ogbonnaya Ikokwu, Umuahia Pensioners in Abia State have lamented the inability of the state government to pay them over 20 months pension arrears and 18 years gratuities. The pensioners, who were clad in black attire, marched through Aba Road to the
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    • Will 2018 budget stimulate economic growth?
      As a former member of the House of Representatives, I was privileged to serve as the Deputy Chairman of the Finance Committee. During that time, we, as a committee, had continuous battles with the executive on assumptions they used for the preparatio
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    • CJN backs forfeiture, seizure of assets derived from crimes
      Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, has described the forfeiture or confiscation of proceeds of crime as an anti-corruption tool that conforms to international best practices. But the CJN reiterated that forfei
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    • Business Integrity Forum
      The Transparency International-United Kingdom has invited the Chief Executive Officer, Integrity Organisation Limited, Bapak. Soji Apampa, to deliver a lecture at the Business Integrity Forum meeting in London. Apampa would speak on menace of corruption
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    • Distance mustn’t create barrier against justice – Ambode
      Oladimeji Ramon The Governor of Lagos State, Bapak. Akinwunmi Ambode, says no citizen ought to be denied access to justice on account of lack of court in their locality. He said it was this view that drove the building and inauguration of a new courthou
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    • Firm seeks bench warrant against Seplat chairman
      A firm, AOS Orwell Limited, on Wednesday prayed the Federal High Court in Lagos to issue a bench warrant against the Chairman of Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc, dr. Ambrose Orjiako, for his failure to appear in court as directed. Counsel fo
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    • IG visits protesting Kaduna community
      Godwin Isenyo, Kaduna The Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, on Wednesday visited Sabin Gaya community in Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State where youths held motorists and other road users on the Abuja-Kaduna highways hostage on S
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    • PDP chair: Bode George canvasses votes in C’River
      Mudiaga Affe, Calabar A former deputy national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Chief Bode George, turned into a preacher when he visited the Cross River State Governor, Prof. Ben Ayade, to canvass support in his bid to clinch the post of th
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    • We’ll ensure construction of Dada dialysis centre – Lions Club
      Oladimeji Ramon The Lions Clubs International, District 404 A1, Nigeria has said it is not backing down on its quest to build a N200m dialysis centre at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi-Araba despite the demise of its District Governor,…
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    • Buhari in Anambra, campaigns for APC
      Toby Okafor, Awka President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday attended the grand finale of the campaign of the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress in the November 18 poll in the state. By 9am, the APC faithful and non-party members
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    • 3,050MW plant: FG, Chinese bank negotiate $4.92bn loan
      Okechukwu Nnodim, Abuja The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, announced on Wednesday that the Federal Government had commenced negotiations for a $4.92bn loan from the China Exim Bank for the construction of the 3,050 megawatts
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    • FG following investigations on death of 2 Nigerians in S/Africa
      The Federal Government says it is following police investigations on the death of two Nigerians in South Africa. A statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abuja on Wednesday, signed by the Spokesperson, Mr Tope Elias-Fatile, said their deat
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    • Court refuses to stop Dasuki’s trial
      A Federal High Court in Abuja yesterday rejected the request by former National Security Adviser (NSA), Mohammed Dasuki for an indefinite adjournment in his trial for alleged illegal possession of firearms and money laundering. Dasuki had filed a mot
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    • Jigawa Assembly to investigates death 50 anak-anak, increase in child mortality
      TWO weeks after the death of over 50 children in Jigawa state, the state’s House of Assembly yesterday directed it’s committee on health to investigate the main causes of the children death and high rate of maternal and child mortality in the sta
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    • Nigeria committed to peace, security in West Africa, says Osinbajo
      Towards its contributions to regional stability, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Wednesday said that Nigeria remained committed to the peace, security and territorial integrity of neighbouring countries in the sub region. Prof. Osinbajo stated this
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    • NAPTIP urges NMA to investigate doctors involved in harvesting of human organs
      The Director-General of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, Julie Okah-Donli has urged the leadership of the Nigerian Medical Association, NMA to investigate doctors involved in the harvesting of vital human organs of t
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    • Ex-governors, Southwest reject PDP’s plan for chair
      Former governors and Southwest Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leaders yesterday rejected the Enugu plan to choose a national chairman. The Enugu decision by leaders of the PDP left the contest open to all candidates from the South instead of micro-zo
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    • Mugabe under house arrest
      Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe remained in detention last night at his home in Harare, after the military declared on national television that it had temporarily taken control of the country to “target criminals” around the head of state. The m
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    • United States claims $300m Abacha loot
      The United States (US) has laid claim to $300million stashed abroad by the late military dictator, Gen Sani Abacha. America allegedly told a court in an unnamed foreign country that it had an interest in the loot because it was saved in its currency,…
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    • Buhari seeks respect for constitution
      President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday called for calm, peace and respect for the constitution in Zimbabwe. In a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, the president urged all political and military stakeholders in Zi
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    • Rivers rejects police report on Wike/Amaechi assassination claims
      The Rivers state Government yesterday rejected the police report on Saturday’s clash of Governor Nyeson Wike and Minister of Transportation Rotimi Amaechi’s convoys at Ukpogu junction, Trans Amadi Industrial Area, Port Harcourt. In separate sta
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    • Nigerian Girls Found Dead In Migrant Ship Drowned, Autopsies Show
      Post-mortem examinations on the bodies of 26 teenage migrant girls found dead in the Mediterranean in early November confirmed they almost all drowned at sea, Italian news agencies reported Wednesday. The loss of the girls — believed to be Nigerian
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    • Troops Battle Boko Haram Terrorists In Adamawa Community
      Troops of the Nigerian Army have reportedly engaged Boko Haram terrorists in a gun battle in Sabon Gari village, Adamawa State. The village, located between Gulak and Madagali town in the state, came under attack today (Wednesday) evening, according
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    • Coronation of ‘Pere of Olodiama Kingdom’ Sacrilegious – Edo Govt
      The Edo State Government says the planned coronation of one Godwin Oguyenbo as the “Pere of Olodiama Kingdom” in Ovia North East Local Government Area of Edo State egregiously abominable, sacrilegious and criminal. Secretary to the State Governme
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    • NDDC Reaffirms Support For People With Disabilities
      The Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, has restated its commitment to providing the support needed by people living with disabilities to earn sustainable livelihoods. NDDC Director of Corporate Affairs, Bapak. Ibitoye Abosede, made the pledge whi
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    • How I Got ‘Greatest Surprise Gift’ From Typist – Osinbajo
      Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has shared an inspiring story of how he got a surprise gift from a typist he once worked while he was a lecturer at the Department of Law in the University of Lagos (UNILAG). Using his personal Twitter handle, @ProfOsinba
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    • Senate Orders IGP To Restore Obiano’s Security
      The Senate has ordered the Inspector General of Police, (IGP), Ibrahim Idris to immediately restore the security details of Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano. The lawmakers on Wednesday, November 15, criticised the decision of the IGP to withdraw
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    • Aisha Praises Buhari For Comments About ‘Incompetent’ Teachers
      Wife of President Muhammadu Buhari, Aisha has praised the President for supporting the call for the sack of ‘incompetent’ teachers. The President’s wife on Tuesday, November 14 took to her official Twitter handle @aishambuhari and praised her h
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    • President Buhari To Open World Aviation Forum
      President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to attend the opening ceremony of the World Aviation Forum, and flag off the event. This was contained in a statement issued Wednesday by the Deputy Director of Press and Public Affairs, Federal Ministry of Avia
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    • PSC Delegates Team To Monitor Police Conduct In Anambra Election
      The Police Service Commission (PSC) will send a high-powered team of monitors to Anambra State for the governorship election scheduled to hold on Saturday, November 18. A statement issued Tuesday by the Head, Press and Public Relations, Ikechukwu An
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