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  • Niger Guber: Supreme Court upheld Gov. Sani’s election

    From: Godwin Tsa, Abuja The Supreme Court has upheld the nomination of Governor Abubakar Bello Sani, as the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate for the 2015 governorship election in Niger State. A chieftain of the party and an aspirant for the governorship position, Mustapha Babangida, had approached the Supreme Court to upturn the out…

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  • Mother threw newborn in soak away

    FROM PAUL ORUDE BAUCHI A mother of six from Guru village in outskirt of Bauchi, Bauchi State has confessed that she threw her one day old infant into the soak -away shortly after delivering her at home because of hardship. Juliana James, an indigene of Shendan Local Government Area of Plateau State, wept profusely as…

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  • Benue residents observe Friday holiday to honour Tor-Tiv

    Government institutions and schools on Friday in Benue observed the public holiday declared by the state government in preparation of the installation of the 5th Tor-Tiv, Prof. James Ayatse on Saturday. Many of the institutions including the state’s secretariat, High, Magistrates and Upper Area Courts, were under lock and key. It was also observed that…

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  • Nigeria, Cameroon sign agreement on voluntary repatriation of refugees

    The Federal Republic of Nigeria, the Government of Cameroon and the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) have signed an agreement for the voluntary repatriation of Nigerian refugees in Cameroon. External Relations Officer of UNHCR Nigeri Mr Hanson Tamfu, made this known, in a statement, in Abuja, on Friday. Tamfu said that the Tripartite…

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  • Xenophobic attacks: IBADANPOLY students stage protest

    The National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS), on Friday, staged a peaceful protest in Ibadan against xenophobic attack on Nigerians in South Africa. The students in their hundreds went round the metropolis to demonstrate against what they called inhuman treatment of Nigerians and other Africans in South Africa. The students converged at the premises of…

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  • Another 180 Nigerians from Libya expected Tuesday – Dabiri-Erewa

    From: JULIANA TAIWO-OBALONYE, Abuja Another 180 Nigerians are expected back in Nigeria from Libya, next Tuesday, says Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Mrs. Abike Dabiri-Erewa. This is the third batch of Nigerians that will be returning from Libya in the last one month. A total of 161 returned on…

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  • Akeredolu bans logging activities in Ondo

    Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State has banned logging activities in forest reserves across the 18 local government areas of the state. In a statement signed by Mr Toyin Akinkuotu, the state Head of Service, on Friday in Akure, Akeredolu said that the ban had immediate effect. The governor also dissolved every taskforce on forestry…

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  • Undue technicalities, barrier to speedy justice -Lawyers

    Some Federal Capital Territory-based lawyers have faulted the trend of excessive technicalities in suits, describing them as major setback to the speedy delivery of justice in Nigeria. The lawyers made their views known in separate interviews on Friday in Abuja. While some practitioners urged their colleagues to forgo unnecessary technicalities in the interest of justice,…

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  • 300 children die of lead poisoning in Zamfara – Emir

    Emir of Bukkuyum in Zamfara State, Alhaji Muhammadu Usman, has said that over 300 children died as a result of lead poisoning at Yar-Galma village of Bukkuyum Local Government Area of the state. The emir made the disclosure on Friday at Yar-Galma during the inauguration of a solar-powered borehole, drilled by the Sir Ahmadu Bello…

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  • Police battle gunmen in Abuja community

    A community in the Apo district of Abuja has been attacked by gunmen suspected to be armed robbers. Residents of the community confirmed that the attack took place, but is yet to be ascertained if any life was lost in the incident. A resident of the community, identified as Ebere, said the attack occurred within…

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