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  • We’ll recover all the loot – Buhari

    • Says no justification for killings President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed that his administration would recover every money looted from the public treasury. He also promised to bring perpetrators of mayhem across the country to book. A statement by the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said the president spoke at separate…

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  • 20,210 babies born in Nigeria on Jan 1 – UNICEF

    Approximately 20,210 babies were born in Nigeria, on January 1, 2018, according to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said. This represents the third largest population of newborns in the world on New Year day. UNICEF also said nearly 386,000 babies were born worldwide, same day on New Year day. The agency reported that Kiribati’s…

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  • Outrage as herdsmen kill 50 in 6 Benue communities

    • Gov Ortom begs FG to forestall total breakdown of law and order • Police deploy personnel, amid security meeting at Gov’t House (Rose Ejembi – MAKURDI, Layi Olanrewaju – ILORIN, Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye – ABUJA) No fewer than 50 persons including women, children and members of the Livestock Guards have been reportedly massacred by herdsmen in six…

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  • BLIND BUT BRILLIANT

    Visually-impaired teenage artist dazzles with Dangote, Fayose’s portraits •Three blind siblings seek help to pay school fees From Jeff Amechi Agbodo, Onitsha They are three siblimgs, and they share one sad condition: they were all born blind. In spite of their disability, the kids are exhibiting great skills. The eldest, Christian Anigor, an SSI student…

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  • At New Year, PMB retells an old tale…differently

    I don’t want to delve into guessing how many days it might have taken to record the ‘very long,’ refreshingly uncombative speech President Muhammadu Buhari delivered to us on New Year’s day.  Like me, speech-making is not one of our President’s best attributes. So, I could feel his pain as he laboured through it. I’ll…

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  • Senate

    pmb’s New Year address: An embarrassing indication that he has completely lost touch with Nigerian people

    PMB’s New Year address, which I have read, is embarrassingly  banal, uninspiring, empty, myopic, unrealistic and bereft of any benefit of historical dynamics. It is an unfortunate metaphor for one who has lost total touch with the people and their aching pulse. The speech comes straight from stone-age Ostralopithecus verbiage that never showed any gravitas,…

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  • We drink blood of victims who can’t afford ransom – Kidnapper

    (Molly Kilete – ABUJA) A 25-year-old, kidnap-for-ransom gang leader, Ibrahim, has told how he killed and drank the blood of his victims. The suspect, who was paraded by the police alongside 15 members of his gang, boasted that he has killed over 10 of his victims and drank their blood raw. He also confessed that he…

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  • We can’t sell petrol at N145 per litre, marketers tell FG

    …Kachikwu heads committee From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja The Chairman of Depot and Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (DAPMAN), Mr. Dapo Abiodun,  yesterday, told the Federal Government that petroleum marketers  could no longer sell petrol at N145 per litre. Abiodun stated this in Abuja at a stakeholders’ meeting convened by the Federal Government to find a…

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