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  • Why I can’t condone polygamy – Sylvia Edem, actress

    By Tony Ogaga Once upon a time she hawked plantain and garri on the streets of Cross Rivers State to support her indigent family but today, by sheer dint of hard work and dedication, Beauty Queen, Sylvia Edem has carved a niche for herself both as a model, an actress and now a movie producer….

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  • Bangladesh landslides death toll rises to 149

    Authorities in Bangladesh began relief operations on Wednesday after rain-triggered landslides killed at least 149 people in the country’s south-east, officials said. The government allocated 375 metric tons of rice and 5,000,000 taka (62,000 dollars) to distribute among the affected people as an emergency response to the tragedy, said Hammadul Baqui, an official at the…

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  • London: Death toll rises to 12 in tower blaze

    The death toll in the blaze that engulfed a residential tower in west London early on Wednesday has risen to 12 and “will rise further,” Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Cundy said. Emergency services are continuing a “long and complex operation’’ in the building, and the “incredibly challenging’’ task of confirming how many people are missing….

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  • Bello to Senate: Get rid of Melaye

    From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State has urged the Nigerian Senate to check members that lack proper upbringing in their midst to save its image from hurt. Bello spoke to State House Correspondents after he had a meeting with Acting President Yemi Osinbajo as he briefed him on political incidents in…

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  • Africa and Belarus partnership vital- Wofai Samuel

    A two-day Belarus-Africa forum held recently in Minsk, Belarus with the theme “New Frontiers”was organised to seek economic partnership between Africa and Belarus. Nigeria’s media personnel, Wofai Samuel, engaged ministers and other top dignitaries on the role of the public sector in promoting economic and trade relationships that supports the African and Belarusian businesses. Valentin…

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  • U.S: Shooter in congressmen shooting confirmed dead

    A heavily armed gunman ambushed Republican senators and congressmen at a baseball practice Wednesday morning, leaving House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and others injured. A Facebook page belonging to a person with the same name as the reported suspect has expressed fiercely anti-Trump views. President Trump announced that he had died. Lawmakers and aides ducked…

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  • Turkey: Gulf Arab rift damages Muslim world

    Turkey said on Wednesday Qatar’s rift with fellow Gulf Arab states and Egypt was damaging the Islamic world and it would do all it could by diplomatic channels to prevent any escalation. President Tayyip Erdogan, who has cultivated close ties to Doha while preserving relations with Saudi Arabia, dispatched his foreign minister to Doha in…

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  • Lagos LG polls: Makarfi-led PDP faction announces alliance with LP

    From: CHINELO OBOGO The Ahmed Makarfi-led faction of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Lagos State, says its members would contest the scheduled Local Government poll in the state under the banner of the Labour Party (LP). Speaking during a press conference, on Wednesday, chairman of the faction, Moshood Salvador, explained that the party made…

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  • FG inciting workers against govs over Paris Club refund – Bayelsa govt.

    From: Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa The Bayelsa State Government has deplored the attempt to incite civil servants across the country against state governments over the Paris Club refund money. The state’s deputy governor, Rear Admiral Gboriobiogha John Jonah, who said this during the monthly transparency briefing held at the Government House, Yenagoa, explained that state governments…

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  • Reps probe N41.714bn Social Investment Fund

    From: Ndubuisi Orji, Abuja The House of Representatives, on Wednesday, resolved to investigate the N41.714 billion so far spent on the Social Investment Programme (SIP) by the Federal Government. Consequently, the House mandated its Committees on Labour and Productivity and Poverty Alleviation to undertake the assignment. The committees were also to ensure that the programme…

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