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    Popular Hausa artiste, Dan-Indo dies at 55 in Kano

    The death has occurred of a popular Kano- based Hausa artiste, Alhaji Sani Dan Indo. Aged 55, Danindo, a popular Kalangu musician died at his personal residence at Tamburawa village in Dawakin- Kudu Local Government area of Kano State. One of his sons, Zubairu Dan-Indo told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kano on…

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  • NLC shuts down electricity distribution companies nationwide

    The organised labour on Monday paralysed activities in nearly all offices of the Electricity Distribution Companies nationwide, following its protest over increased in electricity tariff. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that protesters, led by labour leaders in states, picketed the companies in compliance to the directive of the labour unions. NAN reports that…

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    German President Visiting a Nigeria Faced with Serious Challenges

    Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy. But this economy is struggling on several fronts. Since the drastic fall of oil prices, the country is struggling with the aftermath and many Nigerians are feeling the impact. Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari is also not to be envied. Nearly a year ago, many Nigerians pinned their hopes on him…

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    Femi Osofisan Wins Thalia Prize 2016

    Professor Femi Osofisan, a playwright, director, actor, critic, poet, novelist, editor and newspaper columnist, has been named winner of the coveted Thalia Prize 2016, which was announced by the Executive Committee of the International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC/AICT). The Thalia Prize is meant to highlight the work of those who have helped critics around…

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    Taraba: Supreme Court urged to revive masses hope in judiciary

    A group, Tarabans on Diaspora, has urged the Supreme Court to look carefully into the Taraba State governorship matter before it and ensure that justice is served. The group said the call is based on recent judgements. It added that it received the rulings on Akwa Ibom and Rivers States governorship elections with shock and…

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    Gunmen Blow Up Agip Pipeline in Rivers

    (PORT HARCOURT) The 2 Brigade of Nigerian Army, Port Harcourt, has stated that suspected cultists have destroyed a pipeline belonging to the Nigeria Agip Oil Company. A statement issued yesterday evening, by the Assistant Director, Army Public Relations, Captain Eli Lazarus, said the incident occurred in the early hours of Sunday, February 7, 2016, at…

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    Oliseh Apologizes to NFF

    Nigeria coach Sunday Oliseh has apologised to the Nigeria Football Federation after his recent attacks on the federation as well as his perceived critics. The NFF president Amaju Pinnick confirmed to The PUNCH that Oliseh sent in the apology on Monday. “Yes, he did,” Pinnick responded to a text message sent to him by our…

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    Oyo, Osun, Ekiti, top states with female genital mutilation cases – expert

    A child abuse specialist, Mrs Maryam Enyiazu, said on Monday that Oyo, Osun, Ekiti, Ebonyi and Imo topped the list of states with highest cases of female genital mutilation in the country. Enyiazu, a specialist with United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF), made this known on at a “Media Partnership towards Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting Abandonment…

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    Police arrest suspected members of hotel robbery gang

    The Police Command in Nasarawa State has arrested two suspected members of a robbery gang, who dispossess hotel guests of their valuables in the Mararaba/Masaka axis of the state. The command’s spokesman, ASP Ismaila Numan, told newsmen on Monday in Lafia, that the suspected members of the gang raided three different hotels in the area…

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    Fashola Says Nigerians Must Swallow “Painful Pill” of Power Rate Hikes

    The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has described the increased electricity tariffs as “a painful pill,” appealing to consumers to “swallow” it. Fashola stated this on the sidelines of the second monthly sectoral meeting with stakeholders in the power sector in Lagos, where he also inspected some projects at the Alagbon Transmission…

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