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  • Air Force launched electronic shooting range to fight terrorism

    FROM PAUL ORUDE, BAUCHI The  Nigerian Air Force  says the inauguration of the Electronic Shooting Range to improve the  shooting skills of troops and ensure victory over terrorism, militancy and other forms of armed banditry  in the country. The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Sadique Abubakar stated this on Tuesday during the Commissioning of…

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  • US-based Nigerians develop free TV, movie streaming App

    Two US-based Nigerians, Bamidele Adetayo and Suleiman Nadabo have developed a Web App, “Entertale’’ to give TV audience in Africa and the world quality experiences. Adetayo in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Abuja said “Entertale’’ was an online live TV and movie streaming services. “It allows users to…

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  • Ancient Sub-Saharan Africans possibly interbred with unknown hominins – Study

    Human ancestors living in Sub-Sahara Africa may have interbred with unknown “ghost’’ species of early hominins, a study on the evolutionary history of a salivary protein has indicated. “This unknown human relative could be a species that has been discovered such as a subspecies of Homo erectus, or an undiscovered hominin,’’ Omer Gokcumen, assistant professor…

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  • NATO offers to mediate between Germany, Turkey over military base dispute

    NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Tuesday  offered to mediate between Berlin and Ankara with regards to the ongoing dispute over the visiting rights of German parliamentarians at the Turkish NATO base in Konya. Germany has stationed troops in Konya which participate in the international effort against the so-called “Islamic State” in nearby Syria and Iraq….

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  • Heads may roll in Army over leaked document

     …..Investigators set up to fish out perpetrators From: Molly Kilete, Abuja The last may not have been heard of the recent redeployment of 649, officers among them  seven Major-Generals, 45 Brigadier-Generals and 597 by Army authorities who are said to have concluded plans to investigate how the document tagged “top secret” got to the public….

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  • Ambode backs Appeal Court verdict authorising state control of Inland waterways

    …Says, ‘Era of uncontrolled sand dredging over in Lagos ……Swears-in newly-elected 20 LGs, 37 LCDAs chairs Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State, on Tuesday, expressed excitement at the judgment of Appeal Court in Lagos which set aside the judgment of the Federal High Court empowering the Nigerian Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) to regulate transportation and…

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  • Two injured as UNIBEN Post-Graduate students protest

    From: Tony Osauzo, Benin Two students of the University of Benin (UNIBEN) were reportedly injured, on Tuesday, following a clash between post-graduate students and security operatives of the institution. The post-graduate students were reportedly protesting the introduction of what they termed ‘payment of oral defence fees (External examiner fees)’ by the school management before they …

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  • Social justice solution to peace, devt. of Nigeria – Abdulsalami

    From: Fred Ezeh, Abuja A former military Head of State, Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar (rtd), on Tuesday, said that lasting peace and development would continue to elude Nigeria until the culture of social justice was placed top in the activities of both public and private organisations. He suggested that such social justice should be applied to…

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