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  • Poor time management, power cuts mar One Africa Music Fest in UK

    From Chika Oleh, London   Following two sold out shows in New York and Houston, the One Africa Music Fest, world’s biggest Afrobeats fiesta, held its 2017 edition in the United Kingdom at London’s SSE Wembley Arena on Saturday, May 13. Organised by Paul Okoye, CEO, Upfront and Personal Global Management Consultants (UPGMC), the festival was…

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  • HORROR: 14 killed, 6 kidnapped in Rivers

    From: TONY JOHN, Port Harcourt No fewer than 14 persons have been reportedly murdered in Sime community in Tai Local Government Area of Rivers State, when gunmen invaded the area on Thursday night. Saturday Sun gathered that unknown armed men invaded the community, shooting sporadically, leaving 14 residents gruesomely murdered  and several others with bullet…

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  • 2019: Amosun may support guber candidate below 50 years

    From: Laide Raheem, Abeokuta As the race for the governorship seat in Ogun  State gathers momentum, a strong indication emerged, on Friday, that Governor Ibikunle Amosun, may have concluded plans to throw his weight behind the emergence of any governorship candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC) below the age of 50 years, Saturday Sun has…

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  • Hamburger’s death: NURTW official behind killings in Oshodi – Group

    A group, Oshodi Collectives (OC), has appealed to the Lagos State Government and the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, to expedite action in investigating and subsequently arrest those responsible for the death of 49-year old Chairman of the Lagos State Motorcycles Owners Association in Oshodi, Chief Razak Bello, popularly known as Hamburger. Bello…

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  • Fuel hike: Nigerians flay Senate’s recommendation

    Some Nigerians in Abuja on Friday flayed the Senate recommendation for a N5 fuel levy on every litre of petroleum or diesel imported into the country. The respondents expressed their views in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja. Speaking to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Mr Adebayo Ojo, a resident…

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  • Paris Climate Accord unstoppable says UN chief after U.S. exit

    UN Secretary-General António Guterres declared on Friday in St. Petersburg that the Paris Agreement on climate change was on course and unstoppable. Guterres, who made the remarks on climate change at a press encounter in St. Petersburg, Russia, also declared that “climate change is undeniable”. The remarks of the UN chief might not be unconnected…

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  • Philippines: Casino robbery ends with dozens dead at tourist resort

    Dozens of people died after a gunman whom police described as a robber fired shots and set fires at a casino resort complex in the Philippines. All of the 36 victims died from suffocation or smoke inhalation after casino tables were set ablaze, Police Chief Oscar Albayalde said. The attacker also apparently killed himself during…

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  • 44 Nigerian, Ghanaian migrants perish in Sahara desert

    More than 40 migrants from Nigeria and Ghana have died in the Sahara Desert after their truck broke down in arid northern Niger. The Red Cross said the migrants, most of whom have not been identified, died this week. According to Reuters, six survivors walked to a remote village where they said that 44 people,…

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  • NOA inaugurates North-West LG Assembly

    The National Orientation Agency (NOA) has inaugurated a Local Government Assembly in the North-West zone of the country, to educate people at the grassroots on the policies and programmes of the government. NOA Director-General Garba Abari said at the inauguration ceremony at Kagarko Local Government Secretariat, Kaduna, that the assembly would assist the government to…

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