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  • Awo and Fela without head

    IN their otherworldly disturbingly novelistic life where they stood backing each other and pointing their arms and fingers in the opposite direction, Awo stood with his head still intact, with his owlish spectacle and his trade mark “Awo cap” but Fela in his “yellow fever” jumpsuit is without a head.  His head had been chopped…

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  • The financial cost of herdsmen/farmers clashes

    THE incessant loss of life and property to clashes between herdsmen and farmers is generating grave concern in the country. The efforts of the federal and state governments to contain the conflicts have been largely inadequate. There is, however, a fresh effort to appraise the financial cost of the clashes.          …

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  • Men also need to fight for their marriage

    I have heard it many times that women are responsible for keeping the home. Women are told that no matter what their husbands do, they should do everything possible to keep their marriages intact. Women are taught how to cook delicious delicacies because they are told that the way to a man’s heart is through…

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  • Anti-grafr war: Jail corrupt people in your govt first, Fayose tells Buhari

    Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has told President Muhammadu Buhari to stop being hypocritical about his fight against corruption and rid his government of corrupt elements first, saying; “Someone needs to tell the President that Nigerians no longer believe in his anti-corruption fight because he harbours the most corrupt Nigerians in his government.” President…

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  • In Anambra, 37 tussle for one guber slot

    From Chidi Nnadi, Geoffrey Anyanwu and Jeff Amechi Agbodo, Anambra   On Saturday, 37 candidates of various political parties will file out to test their strength and acceptance as the people of Anambra State go to the polls to elect their next governor. However, analysts believe that out of the 37 political parties, only  the…

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  • Wike wins New Telegraph ‘Man of the Year’ award

    From: TONY JOHN, Port Harcourt Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has won the New Telegraph Newspaper Man of The Year 2017 Award. This was conveyed in a letter to the governor which stated that the formal presentation of the award would be done on November 25, 2017, in Lagos. Managing Director and Editor-In-Chief of…

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  • Wike calls for prayers for Nigeria’s stability

    From: TONY JOHN, Port Harcourt Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has declared that unless God intervenes in the situation of Nigeria, the country would slide further into developmental stagnation. The governor stated that Nigeria required special prayers to ensure that it remains stable, despite the refusal of some top government officials to respect the rule…

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  • IFAD to support Sokoto CDAs on agriculture

    From: Tunde Omolehin, Sokoto The International Fund For Agricultural Development (IFAD), in collaboration with the Federal Government, has concluded arrangements to support Community Development Associations to boost agricultural businesses in 17 local government areas of Sokoto State. The Country Programme Manager of IFAD, Mr. Ben Odoemena, disclosed this during a chat with newsmen in Sokoto…

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  • Delta CP solicits effective community policing in combating crime

    From: Ben Dunno, Warri Delta State Commissioner of Police, Ibrahim Zanna, has canvassed a more proactive method of tackling the menace of crime in the society through an effective community policing that would enhance sustainable collaborative efforts between the police and the vigilantes. Speaking in an address presented at the flag off/official launch of the…

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  • N’ Korea rules out negotiations on nuclear weapons

    North Korea, on Friday, ruled out negotiations with Washington as long as joint US-South Korea military exercises continue. In an interview with Reuters, Han Tae Song, North Korea’s ambassador to the UN in Geneva, brushed off the new sanctions which the Trump administration has said it is preparing, as well as the possibility of North…

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