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  • Teachers rape six years old pupil

    FROM PAUL ORUDE BAUCHI The Bauchi State police command has arrested two teachers in the state for allegedly raping a six years old pupil in their school. The suspects, Sani Abubakar, 39, and Usman Hassan, 33, allegedly lured the victim at Dutse Tashi Primary school in Bauchi Metropolis and raped her, the police said. Commissioner…

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  • China builds cosmic-ray observatory to study universe evolution

    China has started the construction of one of the world’s largest and most sensitive cosmic-ray facilities. Located about 4,410 meters above sea level in the mountainous areas in southwest China’s Sichuan Province, the 1.2 billion yuan ($180m) Large High Altitude Air Shower Observatory (LHAASO) will attempt to search for the origin of high energy cosmic…

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  • Why I expelled armed herdsmen from Benue – Ortom

    From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja The Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, has said he order for Fulani herdsmen to leave his state because he could no longer fold his arms and watch while they continue killing his people. Ortom was answering questions from State House correspondents shortly after attending a meeting of the National Economic Council…

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  • Pinnick elected in CAF Executive Committee

    From George Aluo in Addis Ababa   The President of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) Amaju Pinnick has been elected into the Executive Committee of the Confederation of African Football (CAF). Pinnick defeated his Benin Republic counterpart Anjorin Musharraf by 32 votes against 17 to emerge winner. Amaju. it would be noted was in the…

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  • Anyaoku weeps for NIGERCEM

    …Urges Gov Umahi to revive coy From: Emmanuel Uzor, Abakaliki Former Commonwealth Secretary General, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, on Thursday, was moved to tears over the parlous state of the Nigeria Cement Factory (NIGERCEM), in Nkalagu, Ebonyi State. He then called on Governor David Umahi  to extend his developmental effort in resuscitating the first Nigeria cement…

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  • BREAKING: Another fuel subsidy fraud suspect jailed 10 years

    Reports say one Rowaye Jubril and his company, Brila Energy Ltd, have been found guilty by an Ikeja Division of the Lagos High Court on 13 counts of fuel subsidy fraud. According to the report, presiding judge Justice Lateefa Okunnu, in his ruling, on Thursday, sentenced Jibril to 10 years in prison. His company was…

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  • Alleged $9.7m gift: Court remands ex-NNPC GMD in prison

    The Federal High Court, sitting in Abuja, on Thursday, ordered the remand of a former Group Managing Director, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Andrew Yakubu, in Kuje Prison. The court also fixed March 21 for ruling on his bail application. Yakubu was arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on a six-count charge…

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  • FG moves to tackle illegal migration

    From: Ighomuaye Lucky, Benin City The Federal Government is set to tackle the illegal migration of youths to other countries through the involvement of state, local governments as well as community-based organisations. Federal Commissioner, National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and internal Displaced Persons, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Faruk, said this, on Thursday, in Benin-City, during a…

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  • LASU honorary degrees not for sale, VC tells moneybags

    … Produces 26 First Class, graduate 36,489 From: Gabriel Dike Money bags thinking of acquiring Lagos State University (LASU) honorary awards will have to perish their thoughts as the Vice Chancellor, Prof Olanrewaju Fagbohun, yesterday stated that the institution’s honorary doctorate degrees are not for sale. Prof Fagbohun who dropped the bombshell at a briefing…

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  • Ikeja Electric cautions Ejigbo residents over violent conduct

      The Ikeja Electric (IE) has warned members of Ejigbo community in Lagos State against frequent violent attacks on its staff carrying out lawful duties in the area. Head, Corporate Communications Unit of company, Mr. Felix Ofulue, gave the warning, in a statement, in Lagos, on Thursday. Ofulue said that some group of people within…

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