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  • Petrol tanker fire kills 10, injures 6 in Lokoja

    Ten people were burnt beyond recognition while six others sustained serious injuries when a petrol tanker went up in flames in Felele area of Lokoja yesterday. The Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Kogi State, Mr. Segun Martins, who confirmed this to the News Agency of Nigeria in Lokoja, said most…

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  • PDP chairman Ahmed Makarfi involved in auto crash

    The National Chairman of the  People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Senator Ahmed Makarfi in the early ours of Friday survived a road mishap. It was gathered that the vehicle conveying the chairman was involved in a multiple collision with other vehicles along Abuja-Kaduna Highway. Fortunately the chairman and other passengers in the vehicle escaped  unhurt. Prince…

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  • Experts advocate professionalism in New media

      Experts in the strongly emerging new or alternative media have advocated professionalizing the sub sector in Nigeria for optimum benefits. These and other issues of concern were the hallmarks of two-day training in New Media in Lagos organized by the African Media Network in conjunction with the Nigerian Press Council (NPC) The chief executive…

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  • Six Kidnapped students regains freedom

    The six students of Lagos Model College Igbonla in Epe kidnapped Lagos State in May have been released. One of the mothers of the students who spoke with the media on  Friday afternoon said the students are on their way to Lagos. “They have been released. The deputy governor of Ondo state called me and…

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  • Breaking: IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu shut down Owerri

    Reports reaching us suggests that all commercial and vehicular activities in Imo state, Friday, came to a halt as the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu visited. As seen from the picture, millions of Pro Biafra supporters lined up and received their leader in the state capital at fire service…

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  •   BREAKING: Kidnapped 6 Epe school kids set free

      Peter Jonah, Isiaq Rahmon, Adebayo George, Judah Agbausi, Pelumi Philips and Farouq Yusuf, students of Government School Igbonla, Epe who were abducted on May 25, from their school, have regained freedom after close to 70 days in captivity. Details come later…

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  • Angelina Jolie suffered palsy after Brad Pitt separation

      Angelina Jolie has revealed how she was diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy following her split from Brad Pitt last year. The pair split in September last year after 12 years together, going through a number of legal hurdles since with child protection services becoming involved after an alleged row on a private jet between Brad…

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  • China to build first Mars simulation base

      China is to build its first base to simulate conditions living on Mars in a desert area deep in the country’s northwest, state media reported. An agreement to build a “Mars village” at Haixi prefecture in Qinghai province was signed on Tuesday, according to the China News Service. The region on the Qinghai-Tibet plateau…

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  •  TY Bello, others facilitate Fashola Photo Foundation

      Ace photographers, TY Bello, Shola Animashaun, Yetunde Babaeko, and Lukesh Olanipekun have been earmarked as facilitators of the maiden Fashola Photography Foundation workshop. Fifteen photographers have also been selected from across Nigeria after participating in a photo contest whose theme was ‘Photography Manipulation,’ ‘Dialogue with Nature’ and Nostalgia Portraits’ The finalists were chosen from…

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  • Fayose hails NASS over passage of “Not too young to run” Bill

    …Wants age barrier removed completely From: WOLE BALOGUN, Ado-Ekiti Governor Ayodele Fayose, Ekiti State, has commended the National Assembly for its passage of the bill to reduce the age limits for ‎elective positions, calling for total removal of age barrier from eligibility to contest elections in the country. He said; “If a Nigerian who is…

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