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  • Germany wins Confederation Cup, defeats Chile

    World champions Germany secured a first Confederations Cup title after victory against Copa America winners Chile in Sunday’s final in St Petersburg. Lars Stindl hit the first-half winner following a mistake by Marcelo Diaz. Chile’s Arturo Vidal and Angelo Sagal both blazed over the bar in the closing stages. Germany’s Timo Werner was elbowed by…

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  • Why Benue can’t sustain N7.9bn monthly wage bill – Ortom

    begins audit to sack ghost workers From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue has explained why the Benue State government cannot continue to maintain the currently wage N7.9 billion monthly. According to him while the wage bill at the state level was currently N4.2 billion that of local government councils stood at N3.7billion…

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  • Meeting the President: Girls who escaped Boko Harm on White House visit

    They escaped a mass kidnapping of schoolgirls in Nigeria. They graduated from high school in the mountains of Oregon. And now, Lydia Pogu and Joy Bishara can add a visit to the White House to their life story. The young women met with President Trump and Ivanka Trump on Tuesday, telling PEOPLE that their goal was to keep their missing classmates…

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  • Why Benue can’t sustain N7.9bn monthly wage bill – Ortom

    Begins audit to sack ghost workers From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue has explained why the Benue  State government cannot continue to maintain the currently wage N7.9 billion monthly. According to him while the wage bill at the state level was currently N4.2 billion that of local government councils stood at N3.7billion…

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  • India deploys more troops along Chinese border

    A few days after Beijing released photographs showing Indian troops and two military bulldozers on what it said was the Chinese side of the border, India has pushed in more troops in a “non-combative mode.” The troops have been deployed to strengthen Indian position in an area near Sikkim, where the country is locked in a stand-off with Chinese…

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  • Refugees from Boko Haram violence rebuild their lives in Mubi

    The city of Mubi is strategically located close to the Yedseram river, 10 kilometers (6 miles) from Cameroon’s northern border. It is a place bustling with energy and activity: the old trade metropolis is one of three cities in Nigeria with the fastest economic growth. In October 2014, the city, with a population of 200,000 inhabitants,…

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  • France pledges $9m to new African anti-terror force

    France on Sunday pledged support to a new African anti-terrorism force in the Sahel region, announcing a contribution of 9 million dollars (8 million Euros) toward  its creation by the end of the year. “Our enemies are cowards, but they have determination. They want to destroy us,” President Emmanuel Macron told leaders from Mali, Mauritania,…

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  • Benue: Police arrest alleged child abductors

    The police in Benue state have arrested two women allegedly involved in the stealing of a nine months old baby from an under-aged nanny. According to Commissioner of Police, Bashir Makama, who paraded the suspects along with five other criminal suspects during the commissioning of the junior officers’ mess, the suspects were intercepted by members…

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  • No plan to Islamise Nigeria, Onaiyekan tells Christians

    John Cardinal Onaiyekan, the Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, has called on Christians, to rise up and Christianise Nigeria instead of complaining that Muslims want to Islamise the nation. Onaiyekan made the call in his homily at a Mass to celebrate the Sacrament of Confirmation at Our Lady of Perpertual Help Parish, Gwarinpa II on Sunday…

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