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  • Former German chancellor Helmut Kohl dead at 87

    Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, the architect of German reunification, died on Friday, the mass-selling newspaper Bild reported. He was 87. Bild reported in its online edition that Kohl died in the morning in his home in Ludwigshafen, in western Germany. “We mourn,” Kohl’s Christian Democratic Union party (CDU) tweeted with a picture of the former chancellor. Germany’s longest…

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  • Oshodi crisis: APC chieftain commends Agbede’s peace efforts

    A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos State, Mr. Idris Bolaji Ariyoh, has commended the state chairman of the National Union of Road Transport workers (NURTW), Mr. Tajudeen Agbede, over the reconciliation between Treasurer of the NURTW, Mr. Musiliu Oluomo (MC) and Adedigba Adepegba (Talo). Recall that Adepegba had accused MC of…

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  • PROWA secures release of 19 inmates in Nasarawa

    The Prison Officers Wives Association (PROWA), on Friday, paid fines imposed on 19 inmates of Keffi Old and Medium Security Prisons in Nasarawa State, to secure their release. The group, led by its President, Hajia Gwamma Ja’afaru, paid the fines, which ranged from N3,000 to N65,000, for three inmates of Keffi Old Prison and 16…

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  • Ife clash: Court grants Oba Ademiluyi, other suspects bail

    Oba Ademola Ademiluyi, Pastor Taiwo Fakowajo and four other suspects on trial in connection with the Ile-Ife, Osun State, clash of March 8, were granted bail on Friday by Justice Kudirat Akano of Osun State High Court. She granted their bail application in her ruling at the resumed heating of the matter in on Friday….

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  • Sweden home to violent extremists, security chief says

    The Swedish Government said it had recorded surge in the number of violent extremists, notably Islamists, living in the country. Head of Sweden’s Security Service Agency (SAPO), Anders Thornberg, who made this known on Friday told news agency, TT, that the “ number has gone from hundreds to thousands’’. In 2010, SAPO estimated that there…

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  • Dismissed soldiers seek President’s intervention for reinstatement

    The 3,200 soldiers dismissed from service between 2003 and 2015 have pleaded with army authorities to temper justice with mercy and reinstate them. They made the appeal on Friday in Daura when they visited Alhaji Sani-Uba Daura, the Chairman of Buhari Youth Awareness Forum, through a seven-man delegation led by Sgt. Abdullahi Kutama (93NA/37/066). Kutama…

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  • China, Pakistan vow to jointly fight terrorism

    China and Pakistan on Friday agreed to improve security and anti-terrorism cooperation, to guarantee the construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. The agreement came out of a meeting between Meng Jianzhu, head of the Commission for Political and Legal Affairs of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, and Pakistan’s Chairman of the Joint…

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