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  • Makurdi: 1 feared dead in violent clashes

    Newspeak; The Sun Members of the Hausa community and some Benue youth in the Wadata area of Makurdi, clashed on Saturday. The area has a high concentration of Hausa and Fulani with the main abattoir in the city located there. According to TheCable, the violence started after a Fulani man was hit and killed by a vehicle. Some…

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  • Anambra re-run poll: Collation of votes in progress

    Voting ended with collation in progress in Anambra Central Senatorial re-run election on Saturday in areas where voting and accreditation commenced at 8am. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the election commenced at 8 am in six Local Government Areas of Awka North, Awka South, Anaocha, Dunukofia, Njikoka, and Idemili South, except in…

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  • Riot in Makurdi: Governor calls for calm, order amid protests

    NAN Governor Samuel Ortom on Saturday appealed to protesters in some parts of Makurdi, the state capital, to remain calm and directed security operatives to restore order. Makurdi residents took to the streets in peaceful protest over the killings in Guma and Logo local Government councils, NAN reports. Governor Ortom, made the call in a…

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  • Anambra Decides: Senate re-run election updates

    Source: @electionmoninor   4:16pm Polling officials queing up to submit results at Collation Centre, Central School Abagana Njikoka Polling officials queing up to submit results at Collation centre central sch abagana njikoka @inecnigeria @MatthewTPage @CTVpolitics @channelstv @Gidi_Traffic #Nigeria @seunokin @eggheader @TVCconnect @AIT_Online @focusnigeria #anambracentraldecides2018 #anambra @TrafficChiefNG pic.twitter.com/3dMfnugAPT — election monitor (@electmonitorng) January 13, 2018 4:15pm…

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  • Nuclear deal “not negotiable” – Iran to U.S.

    dpa/NAN Iran says the 2015 nuclear deal is not up for renegotiation, after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to withdraw from the agreement if its “terrible flaws” were not fixed. “The nuclear deal is an internationally recognized and concluded pact and is not renegotiable,” the Foreign Ministry in Tehran said in a statement Saturday. Iran…

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  • [18+ ONLY]: Forget Online Sex Stories! Get Permanent Cure For Premature Ejaculation, Weak Erection And Other Sexual Dysfunctions. Last At Least 35 Mins In The Other Room

    The place of the OTHER ROOM in the ministry of couples cannot be overemphasised. As a Medical Practitioner and Marriage Counsellor with over 15 years’ experience, I can tell you for free that at least 80% of marriages and “serious relationships” become a disaster (divorce & break-up) because of gross neglect and incompetence of the…

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  • Again, fire razes over 100 shops at Ibadan plank market

    Oluseye Ojo,  Ibadan A section of Sango plank market was in the early hours of yesterday razed by fire, which destroyed more than 100 shops, equipment and goods worth millions of naira,  two years after a major inferno razed over 300 shops in the Ibadan market. The inferno, which was said to have started at…

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  • Buhari to Adams: Use Aare Ona Kakanfo position for national unity

    Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari has urged Otunba Gani Adams, leader of the Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC), to use his position Aare Ona Kakanfo, to pursue worthy goals of security, peace and national unity. While congratulating Adams ahead of his investiture as the 15th Aare Ona Kakanfo, today, Saturday, the President urged Adams to…

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  • Dickson puts primary schoolteachers’ salary on first line charge

    Bayelsa State governor, Henry Seriake Dickson, on Thursday said henceforth the ‎salaries of primary school teachers will be placed on first line charge and directed the Commissioner for Local Government Administration, Pastor Agatha Goma, under the supervision of the deputy governor to ensure strict compliance. The Commissioner for Information, Daniel Iworiso-Markson, who captured the governor’s…

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  • S’East govs meet over Ekwueme’s burial

    Governors of the South East geopolitical zone met yesterday at the Government House, Enugu, to deliberate on preparations for the burial of former Vice President, Dr. Alex Ekwueme, scheduled to hold on Friday,  February 2, 2018. Briefing journalists after the meeting, Chairman of the South East Governors Forum and Governor of Ebonyi State, Engr. David…

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