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Presidency raises hope on release of remaining Chibok girls

The Presidency reassures parents and all concerned citizens that the missing students of Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, remain constantly in the minds of government as they are always in the minds of their parents. The Presidency gives assurances that the release of the remaining Chibok girls is still work in progress. No one is giving up hope ...

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No less than Ten headless bodies uncovered under bridge in C/River

About ten, though not exact.. But for real, many, headless bodies were found at Five Miles area in the outskirts of Calabar on Tuesday. Eyewitnesses, who were at the scene, said men and women were among the dead bodies dumped in a valley by the double carriageway under construction Some put the figures at 15, while others said there were ...

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Man beats pregnant wife to coma, unplugs oxygen mask

Police in Lagos are investigating the alleged murder of a woman by her husband. Mrs Destiny Adaeze Ikpeama, a lawyer, was reportedly six months pregnant when she was allegedly beaten into a coma by her husband Anthony Ikpeama in their Ajah home and was rushed to hospital where she was fitted with an oxygen mask. Police said Mr Ikpeama unplugged ...

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Nigerian extradited from Germany to U.S., faces trial for fraud in New York

Yusuf Owolabi Abdul, a Nigerian resident in Canada, extradited from Germany to the United States, will be presented on Monday in New York before Magistrate Judge Ona T. Wang. Abdul, also known as “Saheed Sador” faces a fraud charge that may put him behind bars for up to 30 years. He was extradited on Friday to New York, said Audrey ...

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LASTMA Officers Knock Out Driver’s Teeth

A driver, Michael James, is still in pain after six officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority and men of the Lagos State Police Command allegedly brutalised him during an arrest for a traffic offence he described as illegal on Lateef Jakande Road in the Ikeja Local Government Area of the state. They were assisted by two hoodlums, and ...

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US Places Isa Pantami On Terror Sponsor Watchlist

There is disquiet in the land at the weekend follow­ing an allegation that the Minister of Com­munications and Digital Economy, Alhaji Isa Ali Ibrahim, also known as Sheikh Pantami, has fall­en on the watch list of the America’s Intelligence Service. Ibrahim, also the Dep­uty Secretary General of the Supreme Sharia Council in Nigeria and a former student of Salafist ideologies, ...

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South East govs set up EBUBE AGU like Amotekun

Governors from the South East of Nigeria have established a security outfit called EBUBE AGU as part of plans to checkmate the rising unrest in the region, stemming from an increase in criminal activities. According to a communique put out by governors of the Southeast, the agency is to oversee and monitor the activities of vigilante groups in the region. ...

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Again, 2 Soldiers perished in war with Boko Haram @ Borno.. Houses razed

Two young Nigerian soldiers who attempted to capture a Boko Haram informant were killed by terrorists who ambushed them just as the aircraft of the Nigerian Airforce (NAF) eliminated scores of ISWAP Boko Haram in five guntrucks in Damasak, Borno State. The young soldiers were killed when they wanted to apprehend a man suspected to be a spy for terrorists. ...

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Electricity generation falls to 3,922MW in Nigeria, 11 plants not working !

Electricity generation in the country fell below the 4,000 megawatts mark on Sunday as 11 plants were idle, even as several others suffered declines in the output. Total power generation fell to 3,922.2MW as of 6am on Sunday from 4,394MW on Saturday, according to data obtained from the Nigerian Electricity System Operator. Eleven of the power plants on the national ...

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