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  • AI REPORT - CREDIBILITY - PRESIDENCY

    “Short on credibility”: Presidency reacts to Amnesty report

    Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja The Presidency has described as “short on credibility” the recent Amnesty International report alleging human rights violation by Nigerian security agencies. Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity Garba Shehu said in a statement that the report “is inherently battling with credibility, falling vehemently short of evidential narration. “It…

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  • DESTABILIZE - NIGERIA - AI

    Amnesty International planning to destabilize Nigeria – DHQ

    Molly Kilete, Abuja Nigeria’s Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has raised concerns that human rights group Amnesty International (AI) has concluded plans to destabilize the country. Director of Defence information, Brigadier General John Agim, who raised the alarm, said the international rights group planned to achieve its plan by releasing a false report on fictitious rape incidents in…

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  • OGUN POLICE COMMISSIONER AHMED ILIYASU - Parading notorious CULTISTS

    Ogun Police parade notorious cultists, 46 other suspects

    Laide Raheem, Abeokuta Police in Ogun State on Wednesday paraded two notorious suspected cultists and 46 other suspected criminals, whose crimes range from armed robbery, kidnapping, rape, illegal possession of fire arms and murder. Parading the suspects at headquarters of the police command, Eleweran, Abeokuta, Commissioner of Police Ahmed Iliyasu told newsmen that one of…

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  • Nigeria to partner with North Korea on space technology

    Samuel Bello, Abuja The federal government has disclosed its intention to partner with North Korea in a bid to enhance existing cooperation in space and information technology for the mutual benefits of both countries. Read also: North Korea hails Nigeria over handling of Boko Haram Minister of Science and Technology Ogbonnaya Onu dropped the hint…

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  • BLOODY ATTACK ON PLATEAU COMMUNITY

    Plateau community alarmed over bloody attack by herdsmen

    Gyang Bere, Jos Prominent stakeholders in the Fan district of Barkin-Ladi local government area of Plateau State are alarmed over the bloody attack on Rambuu village, from which villagers have fled for fear of further attacks. Community spokesman Daniel Kim, who addressed a press conference in Jos on Wednesday, raised the alarm about his people…

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  • NMA dominance in health sector responsible for strike: JOHESU

    Tunde Omolehin, Sokoto The Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) has put the blame for their strike action on the doorstep of the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) for its dominance above others in the health sector. The Sokoto State chairman of the union, Abubakar Shehu, made the claim in an interview with our correspondent in Sokoto….

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  • IMMUNITY

    Alleged assassination: Wike enjoys immunity else… – Lai Mohammed

    Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has said but for the immunity Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State enjoys, he would have been invited over his allegation that the Federal Government was planning to assassinate him. Mohammed said this while responding to a question from State House Correspondents demanding to know…

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  • RAINSTORM

    Rainstorm destroys schools, hospitals, houses in Enugu

    Raphael Ede, Enugu Rainstorm, on Wednesday, wreaked havoc at Ezima Ogboku, Ugbonabor and Ugbo-Okpala communities in Awgu Local Government Area of Enugu State destroying residential buildings, hospitals and schools worth millions of Naira. The Daily Sun who visited the hill communities, on Wednesday, reported that the incident left the people now seeking shelter in neighbouring…

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  • SECURITY

    Tiv youths advocate synergy among security agencies to end killings

    Fred Ezeh, Abuja The umbrella body of Tiv youths, the Tiv Youth Council (TYC), has advocated a strong collaborative effort among security agencies and local communities, to end farmers/herdsmen clashes that had led to deaths and destruction of communities in Benue State and other neighbouring states. The youths were convinced that joint effort of stakeholders…

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  • Asaba 2018: Delta approves variation contract for Keshi stadium

    Paul Osuyi, Asaba The Delta State government has approved the contract for additional works and variation of the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba, host of the 2018 Senior African Athletics Championship, billed for August 1 to 5. Commissioner for Information Mr Patrick Ukah, who disclosed the approval at the end of the State Executive Council…

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