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    7 killed, 7 injured, as bandits raid Zamfara

    Bandits raided three villages in northern Nigeria’s Zamfara State last Saturday, leaving seven people dead and seven in hospital, an official said. The area sees frequent clashes between criminal gangs and vigilance groups. “A group of gunmen launched coordinated attacks on neighbouring Makera,

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    15 die in petrol tanker, bus accident

    No fewer than 15 persons lost their lives in a multiple auto crash along Ogbomoso-Oyo-Ibadan road on Sunday morning. The accident which specifically occurred at Odo-Oba village few kilometres to Ogbomoso, according to eyewitnesses involved a fully loaded petroleum tanker coming from

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    It’s full house at Eagles’ Faro camp

    The last set of players arrived Faro, Portugal camp of the national team early yesterday and some of them even trained with the other members of the squad same day as the naming of the list of 23 players that will make the Afcon 2013 championshipis imminent.

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    PDP BoT: Obasanjo insists on Ahmadu Ali

    Chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will tomorrow meet at the Presidential Villa in a historic session to pick a new chairman to preside over the affairs of the advisory organ of the party. Whoever emerges tomorrow will administer the Board for a single term of five years.

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    Oshiomhole retires perm sec, seals off museum

    Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State has approved the immediate retirement of the Permanent Secretary in the state Ministry of Environment and Public Utilities, Mr. H. A. Ikhelowa for dereliction of duty. The governor also ordered the immediate sealing off the museum in the state capital and arrest

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