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Anambra election: Shine your eyes – Igbo group warns electorate

An Igbo interest group, Igbos for Progressive Nigeria (IPAN), has called on Anambra residents who are eligible to vote in the forthcoming governorship election in the State to be vigilant while performing their civic responsibilities. The group, during a press conference on Sunday, advised the voters to evaluate all the candidates based on their pedigree …

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Banditry: Gov. Matawalle abusing Holy Qur’an – Social critic

A popular lawyer, Barrister Bello Idris Galadi has stated that swearing with the Holy Qur’an, especially in Zamfara State is an abuse of the Qur’an. Governor Bello Mohammed Matawalle had sworn by the Holy Qur’an that he was not aiding banditry and challenged every political heavyweight in the State to come forward and do the …

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EPL: Lingard reveals touchline conversation with Man Utd fans after Liverpool win

Manchester United star, Jesse Lingard, has revealed his touchline conversation with a section of furious Red Devils fans following his side’s Premier League 5-0 defeat to Liverpool on Sunday. Lingard revealed that he told Man United supporters that he was not even on the pitch during the encounter after they told him to ‘work harder’. …

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EL Clasico: Barcelona reacts as fans attack Koeman after 2-1 defeat to Real Madrid

Barcelona have condemned the ‘violent’ attack on their manager, Ronald Koeman, following their LaLiga El Clasico 2-1 defeat to Real Madrid on Sunday. A group of angry Barcelona fans surrounded Koeman’s car, as he drove away from the Nou Camp after their defeat to Real Madrid. Koeman’s men lost to Real Madrid at home following …

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Insecurity: Declare bandits terrorists, end Nigeria – Sheikh Gumi warns Buhari govt

Kaduna-based Islamic cleric, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi has warned the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government against declaring bandits terrorists. Gumi warned that Nigeria would stop existing as a sovereign and united entity if the Federal Government declared bandits as terrorists. The Islamic cleric disclosed this in a Facebook post, on Sunday night. He, however, admitted that …

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Security agents chase, destroy bandits’ camp in Katsina, recover rustled animals

In a sting operation on Sunday, the Katsina Joint Security Forces has successfully dislodged bandits and rescued many rustled animals from their camps in Danmusa, Dutsima and Jibiya Local Government Areas of Katsina State. The Police Public Relations Officer in the State, SP. Isah Gambo in a press statement issued on Sunday said the joint …

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Oyo jailbreak: 446 escapees re-captured – Aregbesola

The Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola has promised to recapture all inmates who escaped from the Nigeria Correctional Service (NCoS) Custodial Centre, Abolongo, Oyo State. A statement by the Media Adviser to the Minister, Mr Sola Fasure, stated that Aregbesola made the promise while on an inspection visit to the facility on Sunday in Oyo. …

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Olikita Ekani: Ortom: An achiever of peace without bloodshed in Benue

One of the hallmarks of Gov Samuel Ortom’s administration is the Protection of lives and property of Benue people ” which is also the primary responsibility of any responsible government in Nigeria according to our constitution. Any government that can not guarantee this major role has no reason to remain in power. From Agatu through …

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Commission investigates cartel, anti-competitve conduct in shipping, freight forwarding industry

The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, FCCPC, has launched an investigation into cartel and anti-competitve conduct in the shipping and freight forwarding industry. FCCPC said five companies within the shipping and freight forwarding industries were searched on the orders of the Federal High Court. Babatunde Irukera, the Executive Vice Chairman of FCCPC, explained that …

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