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  • AU condemns killing of Lesotho Army Commander

    The Chairperson of the African Union (AU) Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, has condemned the killing of Lesotho’s Army Commander, Lt.-Gen. Khoantle Motsomotso. According to an AU statement on Thursday, the Chairperson expressed “deep concern over the potential destabilising consequences of this barbarous act on the peace that Lesotho enjoys, following successful conduct of democratic elections.’’…

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  • Despite general strike, Kogi doctors serve patients

    The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Lokoja, has continued to render normal services to patients in the state in spite the ongoing national strike by doctors. A News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Correspondent monitoring the strike reports that normal activities are going on at the FMC and Kogi State Specialist…

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  • Allegation of $1.2m London house untrue – Sen. Oduah

    A National Assembly member, Sen. Stella Oduah, has debunked allegation that she bought a 1.2 million dollars house in England while she was Minister of Aviation, saying it is untrue. She said at a News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Forum in Abuja on Thursday that the allegation made in an online publication was a total…

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  • Ogun: At least 22 dead, 152 injured in road crashes during Sallah holidays

    At least 22 people died while 152 others sustained injuries in 74 road crashes in Ogun during the last Sallah holidays, the state road safety authority has said. Seni Ogunyemi, Commander, Ogun Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE) told the News Agency of Nigeria in Ota that 174 people and 43 vehicles were involved in the road crashes….

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  • AfDB will give Nigeria whatever it wants — Official

    The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) will continue to respond to the demands of African Governments and its private sector customers, the bank’s Head of ICT Operations, Mr Nicholas Williams, said in Lagos on Thursday. Williams told the News Agency of Nigeria(NAN)on the sidelines of a Two-Day Indo-African ICT Expo in Lagos, that Nigeria was…

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  • Rivers: Soldiers alive following shootout with criminals

    The Nigerian Army says that the two soldiers who sustained several wounds from gunshots during a raid on criminal hideouts in Rivers are alive and responding to treatment. Col. Aminu Iliyasu, the spokesman of 6 Division, Nigerian Army, Port Harcourt, disclosed this to newsmen on Thursday. Iliyasu said that the injured soldiers were among the…

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  • Hurricane Irma storm path heads for Florida

    Hurricane Irma is now a killer storm, leaving at least eight people dead in the Caribbean as the storm continues on a destructive path on the way to Florida. Irma has so far battered Barbuda, St. Martin and the British Virgin Islands, according to reports. Exactly where in Florida Irma would hit was still not…

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  • All new Jaguar Land Rover cars to have electric option from 2020

    All new Jaguar Land Rover cars will be available in an electric or hybrid version from 2020, Britain’s biggest carmaker said on Thursday as it speeds up plans to electrify its model range. Last year the company, owned by India’s Tata Motors (TAMO.NS), said it would offer greener versions of half of its new line-up…

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  • Bumper harvest, low food prices predicted

    Dr Ifediora Amobi, Executive Secretary, Anambra State Investment Promotion and Protection Agency (ANSIPPA) on Thursday predicted bumper farm produce this year for the country.. Amobi told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Enugu that the bumper harvest would crash prices of food stuff soon. The executive secretary, who attributed his prediction to the agricultural…

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  • Chief Gani Adams praises reintroduction of History curriculum to schools

    The National Coordinator of Oodua People’s Congress (OPC) Chief Gani Adams on Thursday said that the reintroduction of History in schools would sustain national identity among the youths. Adams told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that the teaching of History in schools was essential to the nation’s future and socio-political development. The…

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