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  • Sean Spicer, Trump’s Press Secretary resigns

    WASHINGTON (AP) — White House press secretary Sean Spicer abruptly resigned his position Friday, ending a rocky six-month tenure that made his news briefings must-see TV. He said President Donald Trump’s White House “could benefit from a clean slate.” Spicer quit in protest over the hiring of a new White House communications director, New York…

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  • Suspected cultists kill two in Ogun state

        It was love story with a sad ending as suspected members of the dreaded  Badoo cult early hours of Friday killed two lovers in their apartment in Ogun State South west Nigeria. It was learnt that  the cult group smashed the heads of their victims. Witnesses said that the incident which occurred at…

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  • The man Olu Onagoruwa and Oputa Panel

      By Ikenna Emewu That day in the second week of November 2000, former Attorney-General and Justice Minister, Dr. Olu Onagoruwa stepped into the witness box to narrate the gruesome murder of his young son, Oluwatoyin. But the tears of the pains of his loss barely allowed him to. Amid sobs and intermittently wiping away…

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  • Olu Onagoruwa, former minister, dies

    BY IKENNA EMEWU The Attorney General and Minister of Justice in the Sani Abacha regime, Olu Onagoruwa has been reported dead, although Daily Sun could not get a ready confirmation from the family. Even the Dr. Olu Onagoruwa’s Chambers website did not mention anything about his demise, just the old introduction that the firm has…

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  • Senate vows to end LAUTECH crisis

    The Senate has vowed to bring to an end the crisis bedeviling the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) that led to the closure of the institution for almost two years. Speaking while receiving a delegation led by the president of LAUTECH Alumni Association, Professor Adewale Sunday, in Abuja, the President of the Senate, Dr…

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  • INEC fixes Aug. 19 for Gombe Assembly bye-election

    From: Ali Abare, Gombe The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has fixed August 19 for the bye-election for Dukku North state Assembly seat of Gombe State. This followed the death, in June, of the elected member representing the Dukku North constituency, the late Gambo Ahmed Kabade. Announcing the date for the bye election, on Friday,…

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  • Two to die by hanging for murder in Gombe

    From: Ali Abare, Gombe The Gombe State High Court 8, sitting in Gombe, has sentenced two-middle aged men to death by hanging over culpable homicide. The convicts, one Ahmed Bello, alias Bokolo and Magaji Babawuro, alias Kansila reside at Jauro Tukur village near Kumo town of Akko Local Government Area of the state were arraigned…

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  • Group decries growing numbers of women, babies in prisons

    A group, the Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants (CURE) an Abuja-based Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) has decried the growing numbers of women and babies in prisons. Executive Director of the group, Mr. Sylvester Uhaa said, in Abuja, on Friday, that the high number of women and babies in prisons was worrisome. He said that…

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  • Group prevents 40 conflicts in Plateau in 3 years – Official

    The Nigeria Security and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP), an NGO, says that it has prevented more than  40 incidences that would have resulted to conflicts in Plateau State since 2014. Assistant Manager of the NGO, Mrs Priscilla Nkut, made the disclosure in an interview, in Abuja, on Friday. She attributed the success of the NGO’s activities…

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  • Duterte threatens to hunt down Maoist-led guerrillas

    President Rodrigo Duterte of Philippines threatened to hunt down the Maoist-led guerrillas once the military has retaken a southern city from Islamist rebels. Speaking to troops fighting pro-Islamic State militants on the southern island of Mindanao, Duterte said he would order an offensive against the New People’s Army after Marawi City is back under government…

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