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  • Day storm wreaked havoc in UNN

    From Felix Ikem, Nsukka It was indeed a dreadful night for the entire community of University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) following massive destruction caused by wind storm in the institution recently. Daily Sun gathered that the incident which happened on June 3, 2018 left the affected astonished and confused before the intervention of the university…

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  • Owerri landlord kills tenant over N14,000 rent arrear

    The Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Imo State Police Command, has arrested a landlord, Felix, for the murder of his tenant, 36-year-old Felix Chukwu. He was allegedly shot with a single barrel gun by Felix over N14,000 four-month house rent at Umuagwu, Ohi Owerri West Local Government. Commissioner of Police, Mr. Dasuki Galadanchi, said the ugly…

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  • Inheritance war claims teenager in Imo

    Stanley Uzoaru, Owerri If urgent steps are not taken, the family of the Adieles from Uzi-Ezike kindred, Umuzu in Eziama-Ubulu community, Oru West Local Government Area of Imo State may finish themselves over ancestral inheritance left for them by their forefathers. The family of late Odinma Adiele and Patrick Adiele believed to be biological brothers…

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  • Pomp in Onitsha as Anglican Church gets 4 new bishops

    Jeff Amechi Agbodo, Onitsha Onitsha the commercial hub of Anambra state was agog with praises, thanksgiving and exhortation to God following the consecration of four Anglican Communion Bishops and presentation of Archbishops at All Saints’ Cathedral, Onitsha. The event which attracted governor Willie Obiano of Anambra state, bishops from other churches, politicians, businessmen and technocrats…

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  • Nollywood abusing Igbo culture –Okoro, BBC translator

    Magnus Eze, Enugu Maazi Ogbonnaya Mark Okoro recently made history as the first translator for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Igbo Service. By this, he formulated the rules of Igbo grammar that guide editors, broadcast journalists and every member of the BBC Igbo. The Ebonyi State-born grammarian speaks on his experience translating about 30,000 words…

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  • Pegi: Abuja community under siege

    Robbers, herdsmen rob, kill residents on daily basis Romanus Ugwu, Abuja Every month of April reawakens sorrow and agony in Pudza family. It was the month their brother, father and breadwinner, Joseph, was brutally murdered along Pegi-Kuje Road, Abuja, in 2016. Joseph, an indigene of Chibok in Borno State, was among those displaced by the…

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  • Killer floods coming

    • FCTA warns residents to brace up for heavy rains Fred Itua It is another rainy season. Like in 2012 and in 2017, when heavy rainfalls wrecked havoc in many residential parts of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), 2018 may not be so different. Already, some residents are already gnashing their teeth and counting their…

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  • Tears, woes as cattle rustlers invade Abuja farms

    Godwin Tsa, Abuja In the wake of the recession and high level of unemployment, government encouraged Nigerians to go into farming as a way of improving their living standards. However, in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, those who gave ear to the call and invested heavily in farming activities, especially in the livestock sector, …

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  • ARMY

    Army to establish special corps for women

    The Nigerian Army said it has concluded plans to establish a special corps for its female officers and soldiers. Chief Of Army Staff (COAS), Lieutenant-General Tukur Buratai, who made this known, said the establishment of special corps was in recognition of the competence and capacity of the female soldier and in line with global best…

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  • Unbelievable: 158 million Nigerians live bellow N720 per day

    •At NIM colloquium, experts disagree on restructuring Simeon Mpamugoh The National Population Commission (NPC) recently informed the world that Nigeria has a population of 198 million. Now, if that figure is anything to go by, it means that 158.40 million Nigerians, about 80 per cent of this figure, are living below N720 or two United…

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