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  • We must create more jobs to stem youth restiveness, says Air Peace CEO

    By Louis Ibah The Chairman/CEO of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema is demanding that existing Nigerian entrepreneurs increase their investments in the country to create more jobs to citizens noting that most of the ethnic tensions currently going on in the country could easily be stemmed through the provision of jobs to the restive youths….

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  • Lalong slams curfew on Jos

      Simon Lalong, the Plateau state governor  on Thursday imposed a dusk to dawn curfew in Jos metropolis. A terse statement from the Director of Press and Public Affairs in Government House, Dr. Emmanuel Nanle, said the decision was to forestall the breakdown of law and order in view of the crisis in Abia State….

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  • BREAKING: Soldiers invade Nnamdi Kanu’s family house, many feared killed

    RANSACKED AND DESECRATED HIS FATHER’S PALACE. From Chuks Onuoha, Umuahia. Soldiers  in Operation Python Dance II, this evening invaded the family House of  the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, at Afaraukwu, Umuahia, ransacked every part of the house and desecrated the palace of his father, the traditional ruler. They were…

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  • No cause for panic, Katsina tells non-indigenes.

      Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina State has called on non-indigenes in the state to focus on their legitimate endeavours, assuring them that they have no cause to fear for their safety. The governor, who spoke in reaction to the heightened tension between the Nigerian military and the IPOB in the South Eastern part of…

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  • Python Dance: Why ADF seeks court order against Buhari

      By Ikenna Emewu Prominent Igbo pressure group, the Alaigbo Development Forum (ADF) has sued President Muhammadu Buhari and the Chief of Army Staff over the Nigerian Army’s Operation Python Dance. The group said the need for the court to order an end to the operation is the escalating tension, rights abuses and reported excesses…

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  • Crude won’t be an income resource in 10 years – Kachikwu

    The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, says the world is moving away from oil and that it will no longer be an income resource in 10 years. Kachikwu said this in Abuja on Thursday while answering questions on “His Outlook for the Commodity in 2018”. According to the Minister, 2018 looks…

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  • IPOB: Senior lawyer condemns dehumanising treatment of Biafra agitators by Military

    ‎From: Godwin Tsa, Abuja A constitutional lawyer, Sebastine Hon (SAN) has condemned the dehumanising treatment of persons suspected to be Biafra agitators by the Nigerian Government. He submitted that watching the video which has gone viral on the Internet, showing most dehumanising treatment of persons suspected to be Biafra apologists, is horrible and horrifying, to…

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  • Nigeria defeats Cameroon basketball team 106-91

    The Nigeria senior men’s basketball team are through to the semi-final stage of the ongoing 2017 Afrobasket championship, by beating Cameroon 106-91. D’Tigers victory over Cameroon bring them closer to retaining the African title they won two years ago in Tunisia. The Nigeria team indeed shook off the defeat they suffered in their last group…

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  • France 2018 Qualifiers: Know the rules, avoid over-confidence, ex-referee cautions Falconets

    A retired FIFA-badged referee, Taiwo Osawe, on Thursday in Benin cautioned the national under-20 women football team and their handlers against being over-confident against Tanzania on Saturday. The Falconets hosted their Tanzanian counterparts in the African qualifiers of the 2018 FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup billed for France. The match will be played at the…

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