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  • nuovoAnambra Poll: Police did not withdraw Obiano’s security-Force Headquarters
    Authorities of the Nigerian Police said on Thursday in Abuja that contrary to news making the rounds, the Police did not withdraw the security details attached to Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State noting rather, that only the ADC and Chief Secu
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  • nuovoGov. Ambode urges defaulting companies to pay taxes promptly
    Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Thursday appealed to defaulting companies and the Organised Private Sector (OPS) in the state to promptly pay their taxes, representing 70 per cent of the state’s Internally generated revenue.The post Gov.
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  • nuovoSenate to partner NBA to ease passage of Bills
    Senate President Bukola Saraki has pledged the cooperation of the Upper Chamber with the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), to ensure easy passage of bills.The post Senate to partner NBA to ease passage of Bills appeared first on Vanguard News.
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  • nuovoTerrorism : UK trains Policemen, other security agents on quick response
    Over 1000 security agents drawn from various agencies in Nigeria are to benefit from an ongoing Incident Management training course organised by the the United Kingdom , with a view to meeting up with international standard of crisis ma
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  • nuovoLG Polls: Katsina inaugurates 10-man c’ttee to come up with election date
    Katsina state government has yesterday inaugurated a 10-man committee members to work on dates to conduct Local government election in the state.The post LG Polls: Katsina inaugurates 10-man c’ttee to come up with election date appeared first on V
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  • Nobody can stop Anambra election -Ohanaeze
    The Imo state President of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Ezechi Chukwu, said that the gubernatorial election in Anambra state cannot be stopped by a group or an individual.The post Nobody can stop Anambra election -Ohanaeze appeared first on Vanguard News.
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  • Reps to probe concession agreement on 2nd Niger Bridge, Lagos-Ibadan Express Way
    The House of Representatives has resolved to investigate the nature of contracts and concession arrangements between the Federal Government and private entities on the second Niger bridge and the Lagos-Ibadan Express Way.The post Reps to probe conce
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  • We’ll probe disbursement of revenue to oil communities – AGF
    The Attorney General of the Federation, Sig. Abubakar Malami has assured the oil producing communities of Niger Delta that the ministry would soon commence thorough investigation into the alleged misapplication funds accrued to oil producing communiti
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  • Somalia, Sudan pull out of CECAFA Cup in Kenya
    Somalia and Sudan have pulled out of next month's CECAFA Challenge Cup in Kenya, reducing the field to only 10 teams from the central, northern and southern African zones.The post Somalia, Sudan pull out of CECAFA Cup in Kenya appeared first on Vang
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  • Different men come, sleep with her in our home – Husband tells court
    An 88-year-old man, Gbeminiyi Adeyiga, on Thursday pleaded with an Ikorodu Customary Court in Lagos to dissolve his 30-year-old marriage over his wife’s alleged infidelity and lack of care. Adeyiga, who reside at No. 3, Adeyiga St., off Mun
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  • Court jails teenager 8 months, 14 strokes of cane for having carnal knowledge of girl
    A Mararaba Upper Area Court in Nasarawa State on Thursday sentenced a 16-year-old, Kingsley Ogwu, to eight months imprisonment for having carnal knowledge of a four-year-old girl.The post Court jails teenager 8 months, 14 strokes of cane for having
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  • S. African envoys arrive Zimbabwe on mediation mission: minister
    Two South African special envoys have arrived in Zimbabwe on a mediation mission, SA Communications Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi said on Thursday.The post S. African envoys arrive Zimbabwe on mediation mission: minister appeared first on Vanguard News.
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  • Court rules on violation of Patience Jonathan’s fundamental human rights suit Dec. 8
    The Federal High Court, Abuja, has fixed Dec. 8 to rule on a breach of fundamental human rights suit filed by Patience Jonathan, wife of former President Jonathan.The post Court rules on violation of Patience Jonathan’s fundamental human rights su
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  • 2018 World Cup: Pots announced for final draws, Nigeria in Pot 4
    With Peru completing the line-up of 32 teams for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the seeding pots for the Final Draws on Dec. 1 was announced on Thursday, with Nigeria drawn in Pot 4.The post 2018 World Cup: Pots announced for final draws, Nigeria in
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  • Greece in mourning, several still missing in deadly flood
    Greece was in mourning Thursday as rescue crews tried to locate several people missing in a flood that killed 15 people near the capital, as rain continued to fall.The post Greece in mourning, several still missing in deadly flood appeared first on
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  • ‘Fake news’ becomes a business model – researchers
    yber criminals have latched onto the notion of "fake news" and turned it into a profitable business model, with services starting at under $10, security researchers said ThursdayThe post ‘Fake news’ becomes a business model – researchers appea
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  • I have no case to answer, Rickey Tarfa tells court
    ‎By Onozure Dania & Chisom Unachukwu Lagos ‎- A Senior Advocate of Nigeria Rickey Tarfa, standing trial over alleged gratification, an attempt to pervert justice and age falsification Thursday told a Lagos High Court sitting at Igbosere that he h
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  • Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe in 10 dates
    February 21, 1924: Mugabe is born into a Catholic family at Kutama Mission, northwest of Salisbury, the capital of the self-governing British colony of Southern Rhodesia.The post Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe in 10 dates appeared first on Vanguard News
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  • 2018 World Cup: What’s lurking beyond the usual suspects?
    Lionel Messi knows the teams he fears most at the 2018 World Cup: champions Germany, Brazil, France and Spain. The post 2018 World Cup: What’s lurking beyond the usual suspects? appeared first on Vanguard News.
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  • Anambra poll: Security tightened after ‘Biafran boycott’ call
    Voters in Anambra state, southeast Nigeria, go the polls to elect a new governor this weekend, with security tight after a call from a pro-Biafran group for people to boycott the polls.The post Anambra poll: Security tightened after ‘Biafran boyc
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  • nuovoBenedict 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.
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  • Oadby police to want lights turned on after burglar raids
    Council officials in Oadby, Leicestershire switched off street lights at midnight in an effort to save cash, however, residents soon reported a surge in burglaries with criminals stealing gold and cars.
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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.
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  • 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'.
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  • 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.
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  • Duty Free star Keith Barron dies aged 83
    A statement from Barron's agent said the star (pictured) enjoyed a 'long and varied career', and that he is survived by his wife of 58 anni, Mary, and his actor son Jamie.
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  • 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.
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  • Kent child's battle through chemo captured in images
    Poppy Martin, from Kent, is partially sighted because of a tumour growing behind her eye. Parents Ellena and Robbie have launched a £300,000 appeal for treatment abroad.
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  • 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.
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    • nuovoStephanie Otobo shuns Apostle Suleman’s N1bn libel suit
      Oladimeji Ramon The N1bn libel suit filed by the President/Founder of Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman, against a Canada-based lady, Stephanie Otobo, was stalled on Thursday due to the absence of the defendant in court. Suleman instituted
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    • nuovoUPDATED: Mugabe meets regional envoys in Harare
      President Robert Mugabe and envoys from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) held talks in Harare on Thursday, a South African official said, after the military took control of Zimbabwe. “They are meeting with President Robert Mugabe a
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    • nuovoNiger governor nominates 18 commissioners
      Governor of Niger State, Abubakar Bello, has submitted the names of 18 commissioner-nominees to the State House of Assembly for screening and confirmation. Bello, in a letter read on the floor of the House on Thursday by the Speaker, Ahmed Marafa, sa
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    • nuovoKnee surgery for PSG’s Thiago Motta
      Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Thiago Motta looks set to go under the knife for a knee complaint which will sideline him until after the winter break, the club said on Thursday. Motta is now 35 and has been playing less as midfield starlet Adrien Rab
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    • nuovo95% SMEs collapse within a year due to multiple taxation –Elumelu
      The Chairman, Heirs Holdings, Sig. Tony Elumelu, on Thursday said that 95 percent of Small and Medium Enterprises fold up within a year in Nigeria due to multiple taxes and levies. Elumelu said this at the Lagos Business School Alumni Association 201
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    • Nadal wins doping defamation case against French ex-minister
      Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal won a defamation case against former French health and sports minister Roselyne Bachelot on Thursday after she accused him of doping on television. Bachelot was handed a 500-euro (600-dollar) fine by a court in Paris
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    • NMA raises alarm as 900 doctors resign from UCH, Lagos hospitals
      The Nigerian Medical Association, Lagos State Chapter on Thursday said the exodus of doctors from Nigeria had reached an alarming proportion and called for improved health sector funding to discourage it. The Chairman, Dr Olumuyiwa Odusote, said in L
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    • I can’t break my relationship with Dickson, says Jonathan
      Simon Utebor, Yenagoa Former President Goodluck Jonathan has said that he and the Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, have come a long way, averring that there is no way he will break his relationship with the governor. Jonathan made the revel
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    • Da Vinci painting of Jesus Christ sells for $450.3m
      A 500-year-old painting believed to be by Leonardo da Vinci has sold for $450.3 million in New York, blazing a new world record for the most expensive work of art sold at auction, Christie’s said. “Salvator Mundi” or “Savior of the World,
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    • Fall from Grace: Mugabe’s wife was his weakness

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    • Court adjourns Patience Jonathan’s rights violation suit till December
      The Federal High Court, Abuja has fixed December 8 to rule on a breach of fundamental human rights suit filed by Patience Jonathan, the wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan. Jonathan is asking the court to compel the Economic and Financial Crim
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    • Man, 88, seeks divorce from 55-year-old wife over infidelity
      An 88-year-old man, Gbeminiyi Adeyiga, on Thursday pleaded with an Ikorodu Customary Court in Lagos to dissolve his 30-year marriage over his wife’s alleged infidelity and lack of care. Adeyiga, who reside at No. 3, Adeyiga St., off Munirat
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    • Zimbabwe: Morgan Tsvangirai calls on Mugabe to resign
      Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai urged President Robert Mugabe to resign in the interest of the country after the military seized power. Mugabe is insisting he remains Zimbabwe’s only legitimate ruler and has balked at mediation by a Ca
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    • Students protest against ASUP strike in Ondo
      Peter Dada, Akure Hundreds of students of the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State disrupted social activities on the campus of the institution on Thursday as they protested against their lecturers joining the nationwide strike action embarked upo
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    • 25% of Nigerian adolescents are sexually active — NURHI
      Concerned by the spate of unsafe sex by adolescents in the country, una ONG, the Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative, says there is a need for increased information about unsafe sex to reduce the consequences. According to the NGO, current
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    • I recruited Dickson for PDP – Goodluck Jonathan
      Former President Goodluck Jonathan has said that there is no rift between him and Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa contrary to perceptions held by some. According to a statement issued by Francis Agbo, Chief Press Secretary to Governor Dickson on
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    • Robert Mugabe in 10 dates
      Key dates in the life of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe: – February 21, 1924: Mugabe is born into a Catholic family at Kutama Mission, northwest of Salisbury, the capital of the self-governing British colony of Southern Rhodesia. 1960: Afte
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    • Cybercriminals turning fake news into profitable business – Report
      Cybercriminals have latched onto the notion of “fake news” and turned it into a profitable business model, with services starting at under $10, security researchers said Thursday. The online security firm Digital Shadows released a report highlig
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    • My husband tied, threw me inside cesspit – Estranged wife
      A housewife, Fausat Akinola, on Thursday told a Grade `C’ Customary Court, Agodi in Ibadan, that her husband of 15 anni, one Sarafa Akinola, used to tie her to a tree in front of their house. Fausat, a mother of three, said this when testifying be
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    • Normalcy returns to Maiduguri after multiple bomb attacks
      Normalcy has returned to Muna Gari community of Konduga Local Government Area, Borno State, after Wednesday’s multiple suicide bomb attacks. The police had confirmed 18 persons killed and 29 others wounded after four suicide bombers hit the area. P
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    • Stunned Zimbabweans contemplate future without Mugabe
      Zimbabweans on Thursday weighed a future without their leader of nearly four decades after the army placed 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe, a liberation hero turned authoritarian leader, under house arrest. Many citizens have not known a time wit
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    • Pope condemns climate change denial, indifference
      Pope Francis on Thursday condemned climate change deniers, those who are indifferent to the problem, and those who place too much confidence on technological solutions to it. “We should avoid falling in these four perverse attitudes []: denial,…
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    • DSS seeks out of court settlement with pastor detained since March 7
      The Department of State Services, on Thursday told an FCT High Court, Lugbe, that it was seeking an out of court settlement in the suit filed by Pastor Innocent Freeborn, challenging his detention since March 7. Freeborn, a pastor with the Lord’s C
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    • AFRIMA, Nigeria/Argentina match dominate Google search
      Sunday’s All African Music Award and the Nigeria/Argentina football match dominated searches on the internet search engine, Google, this week. Google’s Spokesman, Mr Taiwo Kola-Ogunlade, made this known in a dispatch to the News Agency of Niger
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    • Fans react as Kiss Daniel part ways with record label
      Some music enthusiasts, on Thursday advised record label owners and their artists to ensure proper signing of agreement to avoid disputes. They gave the advice in a reaction to popular Nigerian singer, Anidugbe Daniel, a.k.a Kiss Daniel’s announcem
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    • Man seeks divorce because wife cooks ‘once a week’
      A 45-year-old businessman, Garbar Pakachi, on Thursday approached a Nyanya Customary Court, Abuja, to dissolve his 22-year marriage over his wife’s inability to cook on a daily basis. Pakachi in his divorce petition alleged that since he married Ma
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    • Maradona angry Argentina lost to Nigeria
      Diego Maradona stated his desire to have another coaching opportunity with the Argentina national team, after Tuesday’s 4-2 defeat in a friendly against Nigeria. Nigeria fought back from two goals down in the match staged in Krasnodar, while Jorge
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    • We’ll never accept coup in Zimbabwe – African Union
      The head of the African Union said Thursday that the body “will never accept the military coup d’etat” in Zimbabwe. “We demand respect for the constitution, a return to the constitutional order and we will never accept the military coup d’e
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    • Boko Haram: Adamawa supports 500 vigilantes in Madagali
      No fewer than 500 local hunters and vigilance group members are being supported by the Adamawa State Government to help in the fight against insurgency in Madagali Local Government Area of the state. The Chairman of Madagali Local Council, Alhaji Yus
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    • Senate begins work on 2018 budget Wednesday
      Leke Baiyewu, Abuja The Senate has concluded plans to begin work on the 2018 Appropriation Bill on Wednesday. President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, made the announcement at the plenary on Thursday, urging legislators who were interested in particip
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    • Paedophile dwarf spared jail because he’s too short for prison

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    • 205 inmates enrolled in formal, non-formal education in Plateau
      The Plateau Command of the Nigerian Prison Service said on Thursday that it enrolled 205 prison inmates in its formations across the state in formal and non-formal education in 2017. The command’s Public Relations Officer, Mr Luka Ayedoo, in a stat
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    • Singapore suspends trade ties with North Korea

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    • Nine dead in suicide attack outside Kabul wedding hall
      A suicide attacker blew himself up outside a wedding hall in Kabul killing at least nine people, officials said Thursday, in an apparent attempt to strike a political gathering under way inside. The Taliban was quick to deny responsibility for the at
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    • Zimbabwe: Major developments overnight and Thursday morning
      On Wednesday evening, Zimbabwe state media urged all civil servants, business owners and traders to go to work on Thursday. The mood on Thursday morning, according to Al Jazeera’s Haru Mutasa in Harare, was “calm and quiet” with “some people
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    • Five die, 19 injured in Lagos-Ibadan Expressway multiple accident
      Five persons died and 19 others were seriously injured in an early morning multiple accident at Kara Bridge after Berger on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway on Thursday. The Lagos State Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps, Mr Hyginus Omeje, who conf
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    • Zimbabwe: Mugabe, wife, top allies holed up in ‘Blue House’ compound
      Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, his wife Grace and two key figures from her G40 political faction are under house arrest at Mugabe’s “Blue House” compound in Harare and are insisting the 93-year-old finishes his presidential term, a source sa
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    • FG tightens security ahead Anambra election amidst IPOB boycott call
      Anambra election: Security tightened after ‘Biafran boycott’ call Voters in Anambra state go to the polls to elect a new governor this weekend, with security tight after a call from a pro-Biafran group for people to boycott the polls. The resul
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    • MFM FC team manager resigns
      Mountain of Fire Ministries Football Club of Lagos’ Team Manager, Sunday Ojieh, resigned from the team on Thursday. Spokesperson for the club, Olawale Quadri, who confirmed the resignation in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria , said that
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    • Phone thief jailed 12 months
      An Ojo Magistrates’ Court in Lagos on Thursday sentenced a phone thief, Kelvin Yahaya, a 12 months imprisonment for stealing three phones belonging to students of Lagos State University. The convict, whose occupation and address were not provided,…
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    • 32 teams that qualified for 2018 World Cup
      32 TEAMS FOR RUSSIA 2018 Russia (Coach: Stanislav Cherchesov) Nigeria (Coach: Gernot Rohr) Egypt (Coach: Hector Cuper) Iran (Coach: Carlos Queiroz) Japan (Coach: Vahid Halilhodzic) Korea Republic (Coach: Shin Tae-yong) Saudi Arabia (Coach: Bert van M
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    • Lagos police disperse evicted Otodo-Gbame protesters
      Police broke up a sit-in protest in Lagos early Thursday, dispersing hundreds of former slum-dwellers demanding compensation after being evicted from their waterfront homes. Some 600 people from the Otodo-Gbame area of the Nigerian megacity, includin
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    • Rivers lawmakers beg FG to redeploy SARS Commander
      Lawmakers in Nigeria’s oil rich state, Rivers, have urged the Federal Government to redeploy the state Commander of the Special Anti-rubbery Squad as part of efforts to stem insecurity. The members of the Rivers House of Assembly made the call in
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    • Zimbabwe: Oxfam expresses hope democracy will hold after military takeover
      International charity Oxfam has expressed hope that democracy in Zimbabwe would hold, after the country’s military took over. Stewart Muchapera, Oxfam’s media and communications adviser for Southern Africa, told Sputnik: “for now I think everyt
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    • Mourinho blasts England over Jones’ injury
      Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has criticised the England set-up after Phil Jones aggravated a thigh injury in his country’s friendly draw with Germany. Players including Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson withdrew
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    • Benin joins MNJTF, deploys 150 troops to fight Boko Haram

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    • London tower blaze killed 70 – Police
      Seventy people died when a ferocious fire ripped through their London apartment block in June, British police concluded Thursday after a probe which “pushed the boundaries” of scientific investigation. The devastating blaze spread rapidly through
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    • Google honours Chinua Achebe
      If he hadn’t died in March of 2013, one of Nigeria’s most popular novelist, poet, professor, and critic, Chinua Achebe would have clocked 87 years of age today. That is why Google is honouring the late Albert Chinụalụmọgụ Achebe with its
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    • UPDATED: Seven killed in Lagos rail, road crashes
      Afeez Hanafi No fewer than seven persons were confirmed dead in two crashes at the Kara end of Lagos-Ibadan Expressway and in the Fagba area of Lagos on Thursday. While the Kara incident was a multiple accident involving a truck and some vehicles, a
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    • Iran quake survivors spend second night in the open
      Tens of thousands of Iranians spent a second night in the open after a 7.3-magnitude quake struck near the border with Iraq, killing more than 400 people. Residents who had fled their homes when Sunday’s quake rocked the mountainous region spanning
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    • Global Investigative Conference opens in South Africa
      Over 1,200 investigative journalists from 130 countries are in Johannesburg, South Africa to attend the 10th Global Investigative Journalism Conference (GIJC). The Conference which is holding at the University of Witwatersrand will be for five days a
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    • I recruited Dickson for PDP, and there is no rift between us – Jonathan
      Former President Goodluck Jonathan has said that there is no rift between him and Gov. Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa contrary to perceptions held by some. According to a statement issued by Francis Agbo, Chief Press Secretary to Gov. Dickson on Friday i
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    • Multiple bomb attacks kill 18, injure 29 in Maiduguri
      The Police in, Maiduguri, Borno on Wednesday said 18 persons were killed in multiple suicide bomb attacks at Muna Gari community of Konduga Local Government Area. Mr Victor Isuku, the Police Public Relations Officer ( PPRO ), confirmed the attack in
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    • Mugabe resisting army pressure to quit: senior source
      President Robert Mugabe is insisting he remains Zimbabwe’s only legitimate ruler, an intelligence source said on Thursday. The source said Mugabe is resisting mediation by a Catholic priest to allow the 93-year-old former guerrilla a graceful exit
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    • Google doodle honours Chinua Achebe

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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 children, 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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    • nuovo10 Key Dates In Chinua Achebe’s Life
      Lovers of literature and the world at large are celebrating one of Africa’s greatest storytellers, Chinua Achebe, who would have been 87 on November 16. While the literary Icon passed in 2013, his works and the impact he had on African storytelling
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    • Okowa Asks Residents To Sustain Peace In Delta
      Delta State Governor, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa, has appealed to the people of the state (Deltans) to maintain the existing peace in the state. The governor said this on Thursday during an interview with reporters in Asaba shortly after a closed-door secur
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    • Kara Multiple Accident In Photos
      At least three persons lost their lives on Thursday in a fatal accident which happened at the popular Kara bridge along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. The accident, which happened in the early hours of the day, also left a number of people injured. Accordi
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    • Akwa Ibom Governor Swears In New Commissioners
      Akwa Ibom State Governor, Udom Emmanuel, has inducted two commissioners into the State Executive Council. Mr Ibanga Akpabio is the Commissioner for Ministry of Labour, Productivity and Manpower Planning, while Professor Victor Inoka is assigned the M
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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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