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BREAKING: Fire Breaks Out In Aso Rock

A fire outbreak has been reported at the Presidential Villa in Aso Rock, Abuja, causing confusion among workers in President Muhammadu Buhari’s abode. SaharaReporters learnt that the fire started at 4 pm as the fire service officials tried desperately to put it out. SaharaReporters Media “The security men were chasing people not to capture the incident, …

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We Are Brothers, Oshiomhole Says, Embraces Obaseki In Edo

Former Governor of Edo State, Adams Oshiomhole, has described the incumbent governor of the state, Godwin Obaseki, as his brother and friend on Saturday. The two hitherto political rivals met in Auchi, Edo State, at the Centenary Birthday Thanksgiving of Msgr. Thomas Oleghe and 18th Canonical Erection Anniversary of the Diocese of Auchi. Obaseki, who …

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ECOWAS Court Orders Nigerian Government To Pay German N65million Over 11-Day Illegal Detention

ECOWAS court. The Economic Community of West African States has ordered the Federal Government to pay a German national about N65million for his 11 days of illegal detention by the Nigerian Immigration Service in 2020. The national, Martin Gegenheimer, married to a Nigerian citizen but based in Nairobi, Kenya, had in his suit filed at …

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I Pray For God's Mercy Before Hacking Into People's Bank Accounts — Suspected Fraudster

A 27-year-old SIM card hacker, Ayoola Olalekan, has said that he usually begged for God’s mercy before hacking into his victims’ bank accounts. Olalekan, arrested by the Osun State Police Command and paraded alongside a robbery syndicate, said he never used charms or incantations. Google/cybercrime According to Nation, Ayoola, who had been parading himself as …

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Five Killed As Troops, Bandits Engage In Gun Battle In Katsina

Four bandits and a soldier have been killed after troops of the Nigerian Army encountered bandits in the Marina community in the Safana Local Government Area of Katsina State. The army said on Saturday that the troops attached to Operation Hadarin Daji on Thursday had a gun battle with the criminals, during which four bandits …

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Publish Details Of N10.6bn COVID-19 Vaccine Transportation Budget, SERAP Tells Nigerian Government

The Socio-Economic Rights And Accountability Project has demanded that the Federal Government publish the details of the N10.6billion it earmarked for the transportation of the COVID-19 vaccines to states nationwide. Reacting to the N10.6billion COVID-19 Vaccine transportation budget reported today, SERAP advised that it be executed with transparency and accountability because it is of public …

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How Gambia Dictator, Yahya Jammeh’s Men Killed My Brother, 59 Others – Nigerian Recounts

Paul Omozemoje Enagameh of Nigeria who was arrested and forcibly disappeared in The Gambia in 2005. A Nigerian man, Kehinde Enagameh, whose brother was among about 59 West African migrants killed in Gambia in 2005 by a paramilitary unit controlled by then-President Yahya Jammeh, has demanded that those responsible be brought to justice. Enagameh told …

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