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Anambra guber: APGA clears Soludo, Okolo, Ibe, disqualifies five others 1

Anambra guber: APGA clears Soludo, Okolo, Ibe, disqualifies five others

. By Chris Ochayi, ABUJA Ahead of the November 6 governorship election,  the  All Progressives Grand Alliance , APGA, has cleared a former governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Prof. Charles Chukwuma Soludo, Damian Okolo, ThankGod Ibe and Ezenwankwo Okwudili Ewepudike as the party aspirants for the Anambra State governorship primary election. The party …

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2023: How South can get Presidency – Northern leaders 2

2023: How South can get Presidency – Northern leaders

By Luminous Jannamike, Abuja SOME Northern leaders have reacted to the recent demand by their counterparts in the South and Middlebelt regions for the 2023 presidential slot to be zoned to the south in the interest of a united Nigeria without which, the country may no longer exist The northern leaders said although they believed …

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Robbers escape with wounds as Kaduna Police foils robbery attack 3

Robbers escape with wounds as Kaduna Police foils robbery attack

. By Ibrahim Wuyo Operatives of the Kaduna Police Command have foiled a robbery attack in the Tudun Wada area and recovered ammunition and an operational vehicle. ASP Muhammed Jalige , the Police Public Relations Officer ( PPRO) said in a statement that On the 13th June 2021 at about 0500hrs, the Command received a …

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Two dead as ‘hoodlums’ hijack masquerade festival in Ibadan 4

Two dead as ‘hoodlums’ hijack masquerade festival in Ibadan

The National President of Soludero Hunters Association, Oba Nureni Ajijola Anabi has said “hoodlums” at Oja Igbo area of Ibadan have hijacked the ongoing masquerade festival killing and maiming innocent people. He said, while speaking with Vanguard, in a telephone interview on Monday. “When the Egungun festival began, these hoodlums killed one man at Oja …

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EURO 2020: Germany’s Rudiger sends warning shots ahead of France cracker 5

EURO 2020: Germany’s Rudiger sends warning shots ahead of France cracker

Antonio Rudiger has sent a warning to France that Germany will have to play “a little dirty” to stop their best players. Germany faces France in what promises to be a firecracker affair in their Group F Euro 2020 tie on Tuesday Rudiger said he believes Germany will need to ‘throw down a marker’ in …

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Borno to recruit 3,000 teachers, says Zulum 6

Borno to recruit 3,000 teachers, says Zulum

. By Ndahi Marama, Maiduguri The Borno state government is to set up four vocational centres with the recruitment of 3,000 teachers in the next two years.  The vocational centres are sited in Maiduguri, Mafa, Magumeri and Kwaya/Kusar to graduate 6,000 to 8,000 unemployed youths.  The Government of Morocco is to establish a vocational school …

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We paid private firm $67m yearly for maritime security ― Amaechi 7

We paid private firm $67m yearly for maritime security ― Amaechi

Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi. Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has said prior to the approval by President Muhammadu Buhari of the use of the military, police and other agencies to man the nation’s waterways, the federal government paid as much as $67 million a year to a private firm for the same purpose. This …

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