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  • Ikoyigate: Reveal owner and save Nigeria embarrassment, Saraki tells EFCC

    •EFCC searches Osborne Tower’s flats From Iheanacho Nwosu, Abuja Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has urged the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to disclose the identity of owner of the $43 million (N15 billion) discovered at the Ikoyi, Lagos luxury apartment and save Nigerians the embarrassment the controversy trailing the recovered money has caused. He…

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  • Justice Ngwuta failed to declare 28 plots of land -FG

    From Godwin Tsa, Abuja The Federal Government said Justice Sylvester Ngwuta of the Supreme Court failed to declare 28 plots of land to the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) between June 2, 2011 and July 19, 2016. In a 10- count charge filed before the Code of conduct Tribunal, government through the Office of the…

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  • Chibok parents: We regret voting for Buhari

    From Molly Kilete, Abuja Tempers flared yesterday as security personnel prevented parents of the missing Chibok girls from accessing the Aso Rock Presidential Villa. The protesting parents who had gone to the seat of government to present their of displeasure over what they described as lukewarm attitude of President Muhammadu Buhari towards rescuing the girls…

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  • Chibok girls may not return soon –Defence minister

    • Insurgents working with human rights groups, IGP alleges From Magnus Eze, Abuja If you are one of those expecting the release of the over 170 girls being held by Boko Haram, you need to exercise cautious optimism as the Minister of Defence, Mansur Ali, has warned it may take years to find all of…

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  • Money, money everywhere, but not a dime to spend

    My brief visit to the village this Easter was as sobering as it was heart-rending. And that is one of the reasons I’m usually reluctant to visit the countryside theses days. No matter how much cash one goes home with, one soon runs out of funds – not necessarily because one is playing Father Christmas…

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  • TO CAS, WE MUST GO

    Opinions have been divergent on the NFF resolve to likely seek legal redress on the ouster of the Super Eagles from the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations. I align myself on at lease making a legal case study of the unfortunate situation.   Consider Morocco, which now becomes the first team to secure qualification to the…

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  • HOW DO YOU SOLVE A PROBLEM LIKE MARIA? 

    By Kunle Solaja Maria Sharapova, five-time Grand Slam winner, began a provisional suspension last Saturday following the outcome of dope test conducted on her at the Australia Open in January. She test positive to the newly prohibited substance, meldonium. Unlike most athletes caught in drug related episodes, her case is a bit complicated and had…

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  • NPFL: Heartland, Warriors light up Owerri

    By George Aluo THE city of Owerri will literally be on fire tomorrow as Heart­land, Abia Warriors of Umuahia go to war in the NPFL star match of match day 3. Last season, Warriors dented the home record of Heartland as they ran away with a 1-0 victory inside the Dan Anyiam Stadium to the…

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