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  • 643 Nigerians voluntarily returned from Libya in 3 months —NEMA

    The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) on Tuesday said 643 Nigerians had voluntarily returned from Libya from Dec. 15, 2016 to March 7, 2017. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Alhaji Muhammad Sidi, the Director General, NEMA, made the disclosure while receiving a fresh batch of 171 Nigerians who arrived in Lagos. Sidi,…

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  • Nigerians free to travel to U.S., not on ban list

    Geoffrey Onyeama, Foreign Affairs Minister, says no Nigerian with full valid entry visa has been denied entry to the U.S. contrary to reports. Onyeama, who stated this while fielding questions from newsmen over the issue, said Nigerians were free to travel to U.S. as the country was not on the ban list. The minister said…

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  • Boko Haram attacks cost $9b in North East – UN

    The United Nations has estimated that about N45 trillion as  the financial cost of Boko Haram damage in the North-East since 2009. The terrorist group has been destroying homes, schools, bridges and roads, according to the United Nations, Bloomberg reports. Borno State alone suffered losses worth $6.2 billion, as quoted by President of the UN…

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  • Army on red alert as Boko-Haram plans fresh attack on Abuja

    From: Molly Kilete. Abuja. The Nigerian Army, on Tuesday, said it has put new security measures in place to protect hotels and other national infrastructures and assets which are usually targets of terrorists in the Federal Capital Territory. This is coming just as intelligence report has revealed a fresh plan by members of the Boko-Haram…

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  • Nollywood legend Pete Edochie Nollywood turns 70

    Nollywood legend, Peter Edochie, who turns 70 years old today Tuesday, March 7, has said the secrets to a long and healthy life is living healthy and being focused. Edochie, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Awka, said that he was still feeling strong for his age. “Taking life easy…

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  • Nigeria not coming out of recession soon – Idika Kalu

      Dr. Kalu Idika Kalu, a two-time minister, and Chairman of the Institute for Policy and Economic Development is at home with issues relating to the nation’s economy. In an interview with VINCENT KALU, he said Nigeria is not coming out of recession soon, and urged government to stop giving the citizens false hope that…

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  • Reps to investigate FCT indigenes’ resettlement, compensation

    The House of Representatives says it would investigate the relocation and compensation of indigenes of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) from the city centre. This followed a motion by Rep. Timoty Golu (Plateau-PDP) at plenary, on Tuesday. Golu said that the Federal Government adopted the relocation and compensation policy to resettle indigenous people from Abuja…

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