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  • Army confirms IED kills 1 officer, 3 soldiers in Borno

    The Nigerian Army has confirmed that it lost an officer and three soldiers, in Borno State, on Thursday, when their patrol vehicle encountered IED buried on the road between Kangarwa and Alagarno village. Army spokesman, Brig.-Gen. Sani Usman, confirmed the incident in a statement on Friday, while giving update on troops’ clearance operations in the…

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  • 60 migrants missing after Mediterranean shipwreck – UN Agency

    About 60 people are missing after the capsized migrant boat in the Mediterranean Sea, a spokesperson for the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) said on Friday. Writing on Twitter, Flavio Di Giacomo said that 80 people, who disembarked in the south-eastern Italian port of Brindisi, told IOM staff that they were rescued after their boat…

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  • Lagos on journey to achieve clean, flood-free state – Ambode

      …Launches New Environmental Management Policy …Says Initiative‘ll Provide 40,000 Jobs, Ensure Public Health Safety Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State, on Friday, launched the much-anticipated new environmental management policy encapsulated in the Cleaner Lagos Initiative (CLI). He expressed optimism that the development would drive the State to the desired future of achieving clean, hygienic…

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  • U.S travel ban an act of ‘blind hostility’, says Iran foreign minister

    Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif on Friday criticized the travel ban placed on citizens of his country by U.S. President Donald Trump as a “shameful exhibition of blind hostility.” On Twitter, Zarif said that the ban prevented “Iranian grandmothers from being able to see their grandchildren” and was motivated by the U.S.’ “visceral hatred” of…

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  • Andy Uba freed of certificate forgery case

    The Abuja High Court sitting in Apo, Gudu District, on Friday, dismissed a certificate forgery suit filed by one Mr. Uchenna Nnadi against Sen. Andy Uba. Justice Valentine Ashi ‎said the law says that he who asserts must prove; and that the plaintiff had failed to lead the court with further evidence. Ashi said that…

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  • Lagos inaugurates Ibile Microfinance Bank

    The Lagos State Government, on Friday, inaugurated its microfinance bank, restating its avowed commitment to poverty reduction and employment generation in the state. Commissioner for Finance, Mr. Akinyemi Ashade, gave the assurance at the official unveiling of Ibile Microfinance Bank at its  head office situated at No. 121, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja. He said the…

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  • Lagos inaugurates Ibile Microfinance Bank, says committed to poverty reduction

    The Lagos State Government on Friday inaugurated its microfinance bank, restating its avowed commitment to poverty reduction and employment generation in the state. The Commissioner for Finance, Mr Akinyemi Ashade, gave the assurance at the official unveiling of Ibile Microfinance Bank at its  head office situated at No. 121, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja. He said the…

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  • Quit notice to Igbo has political undertone – Group

    From: GEORGE ONYEJIUWA, OWERRI The leadership of the United Eastern Congress Youths believes that the recent quit order issued to the Igbo living in the northern part of the country by a coalition of Arewa youths has a political undertone as none of the youths leaders have been arrested for trying to incite ethnic violence…

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  • Buhari fast recovering in London hospital, says APC

    The All Progressives Congress (APC) says President Muhammadu Buhari is fast recovering from his illness, contrary to allegations that he is on life support. The National Chairman of the party, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, gave the assurance in Abuja while speaking with newsmen at the end of a meeting between the party`s National Working Committee (NWC)…

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  • Arik Air resumes Abuja-Accra flights July 17, says CEO

    Arik Air, Nigeria’s largest carrier, says it will resume daily flight operations between Abuja and Accra, Ghana on July 17. The airline’s Chief Executive Officer, Capt. Roy Ilegbodu, disclosed this  on Friday in Lagos that the resumption of flights between the two countries was part of efforts to satisfy the company’s customers. Ilegbodu said flights…

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