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  • IGP Mohammed Abubakar

    Robbers hit Lagos again

    Armed robbers yesterday in Lagos shot dead two policemen at the Oko-Oba Agege area of the metropolis. The two policemen, an assistant superintendent of police (ASP) and an inspector were attached to the Oko-Oba Police Station

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  • keshi-players

    No escape for Liberia

    Not known to be flippant when it comes to making promises, Super Eagles’ boss, Stephen Keshi, momentarily threw that to the winds when he assured Nigerians and especially Governor Liyel Imoke of Cross River and the people of the state that the national team

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  • Jonathan-2

    Mr President: What’s in your hand?

    History often belongs to the wise and prudent. Certainly, it doesn’t favour those with the impetuosity to ignore the lessons of history. The huge prize attached to those who ignore the lessons of history is that ultimately, they get punished

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  • stethoscope

    Rising cases of heart disease

    The recent World Health Organisation (WHO) alert on likely increase in the number deaths from cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) to 23.6 million annually by 2030 from the present 17.6 million per year is disturbing.

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    FG, Ogun govt have forsaken us

    Prior to the October 22, 2005 Bellview Airlines crash which claimed 117 lives, Lisa Village was an unknown community in a remote part of Ifo Local Government area of Ogun State. It lacked motorable roads, government schools, electricity, telephone networks

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  • Diezani-Alison-Madueke

    Diezani goes gaga

    Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, yesterday, barred reporters covering the Senate from recording verbal proceedings of her meeting with the Petroleum Resources (Downstream) Committee.

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