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  • Ahiara Catholic crisis: Pope evaluating Diocesan priests’ apology letters – Papal Nuncio

    From Aidoghie Paulinus, Abuja Newly appointed Apostolic Nuncio to Nigeria, Archbishop Antonio Guido Filipazzi, has said Pope Francis has begun evaluation of the apology letters written by priests of the crisis-ridden Catholic Diocese of Ahiara. Filipazzi spoke exclusively with Daily Sun in Abuja when the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, received him in audience….

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  • Ajayi, 52, is new Akarigbo of Remoland

    From Laide Raheem, Abeokuta A chartered accountant and legal practitioner, Prince Babatunde Ajayi, 52, has been elected the new Akarigbo of Remoland. The election was supervised by the Secretary to the Local Government, Sagamu, Adewale Fakoya. Ajayi emerged through open ballot held on Thursday, among seven kingmakers, at the Akarigbo’s Palace in Sagamu. After the…

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  • ‘Some people’ responsible for Boko Haram, recession, others –Saraki

    Senate President  Bukola Saraki, has pointed at “some citizens” as being responsible for the difficult phase Nigeria is passing through. He specifically said the actions of “some citizens” are to blame for the economic recession, rising insecurity and threat to the country’s corporate existence. Against this backdrop, Saraki called on Nigerian pilgrims performing this year’s…

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  • Dialogue with Kanu, others, Igbo assembly tells FG

    From Desmond Mgboh, Kano Igbo Delegates Assembly (IDA), an umbrella body of Igbo in the 19 northern states and Abuja, has urged the Federal Government to dialogue with leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, and leaders of other agitating groups. At the end of its three days delegates meeting in Abuja, the…

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  • Substandard phones responsible for some cancer ailments –NCC

    The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said use of   substandard phones are responsbile for some cancers. An official of the commission, Mr  Kunle Olorundare, said this at a stakeholders workshop organised by NCC Ibadan Zonal office, at the popular Fayose GSM Market in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State. Olorundare lamented that fake phones have taken…

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  • Ondo: Mimiko, Akeredolu trade words over N220bn debt

    From Bamigbola Gbolagunte, Akure Ondo Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu and his predecessor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko are not on the same page regarding the state’s debt profile. On Wednesday, during the sewaring-in ceremony of his commissioners, Akeredolu said Mimiko’s administration left over N220 billion for him debt, but, Mimiko, yesterday, strongly disagreed. The former governor declared his…

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  • Nigeria’s corruption caused Buhari’s ill health –APC chieftain

    By  Zika Bobby MIFFED by high level corruption in Nigeria in previous administrations, chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos and Anambra, Chief Modestus Umenzekwe has said President Muhammadu Buhari would not have been sick if Nigeria was corruption-free.     Umenzekwe, in a statement said the visit of the Presidential Media Team…

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  • UK moves to intensify trade with Nigeria

    • Tasks FG on fight against Boko Haram United Kingdom Foreign Secretary Mr Boris Johnson has called for an intensification of trade between Britain and Nigeria on the second of a two day visit to the country, underlining the close friendship between both countries. A statement issued by Joe Abuku, Press and Public Affairs Officer,…

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  • India girl commits suicide over ‘menstruation shaming’

    A 12-year-old schoolgirl from southern India has killed herself after a teacher allegedly humiliated her over a blood stain from menstruation. In a suicide note, she accused the teacher of “torturing” her. Although the girl did not mention period shaming in her letter, the mother says her daughter was asked to leave the class because…

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  • Terrorism: US senator re-affirms US commitment to support Nigeria

    By Bianca Iboma United States has re-affirmed its commitment to partner with Nigeria in the fight against Boko-Haram and the humanitarian situation in the North-East. US Senator Christopher Coons disclosed this during a reception ceremony hosted by U.S Ambassador W. Stuart Symington at the Ambassador’s residence in Ikoyi, Lagos in honour of congressional delegates who…

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