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  • DOKPESI

    Looters list: Raymond Dokpesi’s visa revoked by US govt

    Raymond Dokpesi, chairman of DAAR communications, says the US has revoked his visa after he was accused of looting Nigeria’s treasury. Lai Mohammed, minister of information, had listed Dokpesi, among other chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), as those who looted public funds. The media mogul is currently standing trial for allegedly receiving N2.1…

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  • MIRACLE - OKOROCHA - NINA

    BBN’s Miracle, Nina get N2 million apiece from Okorocha

    George Onyejiuwa, Owerri The winner of 2018’s Big Brother Naija Reality Show, Miracle Igbokwe, became two million Naira richer on Thursday when the Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha presented him with the gift for being a good ambassador of the southeastern state. Okorocha also promised to gift Miracle a plot of land in any location…

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  • NBBF

    NBBF: Registration starts for 2018 Total Divisions 1 and 2 league season

    The Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) has commenced registration of clubs and players for the 2018 Total Divisions 1 and 2 league season. This follows the recent agreement signed between NBBF and Total E&P Nigeria Ltd, for sponsorship of the National Divisions 1 and 2 Men’s Basketball Leagues totaling 60million naira. Interested Clubs are to obtain…

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  • NIGER DELTA OPS - OPERATION DELTA SAFE

    4 renegade militants killed in Niger Delta military ops

    1,389 arms, 20,352 ammunitions recover. Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa The Nigerian Defence Headquarters has confirmed the killing of four high profile militants terrorizing the Niger Delta region. It also said troops of the Joint Task Force, Operation DELTA SAFE, has successfully dismantled militant camps across the region. According to the Acting Director Defence Information, Brig. Gen….

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  • CANNABIS

    NDLEA destroys 42 hectares of cannabis sativa in Delta

    Paul Osuyi, Asaba A total of 42 hectares of cannabis were destroyed in Delta State by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) between 2014 and 2018. The Agency also secured the conviction of 142 persons arrested for drug trafficking and abuse in the state during the period under review. NDLEA State Commander Dennis Obiefule…

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  • Phone blast in London injure 30 at Jewish celebration

    The Sun, UK Up to 30 people have been injured after an explosion during a Jewish celebration – with witnesses claiming it was sparked by mobile phones being thrown to the flames. Hundreds had gathered in Stamford Hill, London for Lag BaOmer – an annual event that incorporates bonfires – when it went horribly wrong….

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  • MAKH sued by BENUE STATE

    Court grants Benue application to institute criminal case against MAKH

    Rose Ejembi, Makurdi A Makurdi High Court has granted an application brought by the Benue State government seeking criminal indictment against the leadership of cattle breeders group, Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore (MAKH), for instigating attacks on innocent people of the state between  31 December, 2017 and 1st January, 2018. State council Barr Andrew Wombo, who…

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  • ATBU GRADUATES

    ATBU Bauchi to graduate 8,495

    Paul Orude, Bauchi The Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU), Bauchi, plans to graduate no fewer than 8,495 graduates at its convocation ceremony slated for May 12. Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Saminu Abdurahman Ibrahim, disclosed this during a press briefing at the Gubi Campus of the University, in Bauchi, on Thursday, on the activities…

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  • FG KILLINGS

    FG urged to devise means to end killings

    Fred Ezeh and Gracia Iroaja, Abuja The Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria has suggested that Nigerian government should device workable means of ending killings in Benue, Taraba and Nasarawa states and other security challenges in other parts of Nigeria before it escalates. The society observed that the rise in insecurity in different parts Nigeria was as…

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  • ELECTION SEQUENCE - INEC

    Election sequence: Court fixes Tuesday for hearing

    Raphael Ede, Enugu A Federal High Court in Enugu has fixed Tuesday, May 8 for hearings on the substantive suit filed by a leader of the APC, Anike Nwoga, seeking to stop the National Assembly from changing the sequence of the 2019 General Elections, earlier adopted and published by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)….

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