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  • Iran dismisses U.S. criticism regarding religious freedom

    Iran’s Foreign Ministry on Wednesday dismissed a recent annual report by the U.S. government on the lack of religious freedom in the Islamic republic. The Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Bahram Qasemi, said that the U.S. Department of State’s report was “unrealistic, baseless and biased’’. Qasemi also said that the document had been prepared to serve only…

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  • PDP chairmanship: Babatope, others drum up support for Bode George

    A chieftain of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Ebenezer Babatope, on Wednesday beat the drum for the party’s erstwhile National Vice-Chairman (South), Chief Olabode George as the national chairman. Babatope told a news conference in Lagos that George was the “best man” that could pilot the affairs of the party “to a new and…

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  • Attacks on ‘Resume or Resign’ protesters height of dictatorship – Fayose

    From: WOLE BALOGUN, Ado-Ekiti Governor  Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has condemned the attacks on the ‘Resume or Resign’, protesters, describing it as ‘height of dictatorship and demonstration of intolerance to opposing views by the All Progressives Congress (APC) government’. The governor, who said he was particularly miffed by what he called ‘orchestrated attack on…

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  • Herbalist strangles day-old baby in Katsina

    From: Agaju Madugba, Katsina The police in Katsina State have arrested a herbalist, one Sule Abubakar, for allegedly strangulating a day-old baby and throwing it into a pit toilet. Also in police custody is the mother of the late baby, Mrs. Fatima Garba, of Gyaza village in Kafur Local Government Area of the state. According…

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  • Teachers boycott Edo Competency test

    From: Tony Osauzo, Benin-City Level 16 Secondary School teachers in Edo State, on Thursday,  boycotted the Competency Test conducted by the Administrative College of Nigeria (ASCON) for Civil Servants in the state. It was gathered that about 900 teachers and other civil servants, in various ministries of the state, were expected to participate in the…

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  • Kenya: Odinga to challenge Kenyatta’s victory in court

    Kenya plunged into a political crisis after the opposition rejected what it said were plans by the electoral commission to declare President Uhuru Kenyatta the victor in Tuesday’s election, calling it a “charade.” A five-party alliance backing opposition presidential candidate Raila Odinga said the Independent Electoral & Boundaries Commission was preparing to announce Kenyatta’s victory…

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  • FG condemns Burkina Faso terrorist attack

    …Commiserates with Sierra Leone over mudslide deaths From: AIDOGHIE PAULINUS, Abuja The Federal Government has condemned the August 13, 2017, terrorist attack on the Aziz Café, in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. This was even as it has commiserated with the Government of Sierra Leone over the deaths that occurred during the flooding and mudslides that occurred…

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  • World Wrestling Championships: Coach says hopeful on Nigeria’s chances

    The coach of the national wrestling team, Purity Akuh, on Wednesday expressed his optimism on Nigeria’s chances of doing well at the upcoming World Wrestling Championships in Paris. “I am very hopeful that something good will come out from participating at the World Wrestling Championships in Paris.’’ Akuh, who was speaking with the News Agency…

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