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Oodua sons and daughters celebrates Ooni as 5th years anniversary commences on Friday

According to the committee, Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo SAN, Ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo and the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa'ad Abubakar and other dignitaries are expected to deliver speeches at the event taking place at Premier Hotel Ibadan.

Popular auto dealer killed in Delta community by unknown gunmen

Sources said that the assailants tracked him to his residence located behind Regent International School and close to the Christ Embassy Church in Jeddo, Okpe Local Government Area of the state, before shooting him in the head at a close range.

Recession: Buhari’s five years has brought nothing to Nigeria, but abject poverty —Afenifere

"The truth is that the country had virtually become ungovernable and unless we restructure and restore Nigeria to federalism, the country is on the brink of calkapse and God should save us from the worst-case scenario."

#EndSARS: How my brother was shot, denied medical attention till death- Witness

“When I tried helping the deceased, Sergeant Apugo threatened that anybody that comes close will be shot.

#EndSARS: Delta police invites protester for questioning

“Until these issues are addressed by the Inspector General of Police (IGP), until the government tackles unemployment and build viable infrastructure, we won’t back down.

N14b stolen from pension account, N1.5b transferred to Maina private account in nine months- Witness

“Our investigation further revealed the existence of six accounts with Fidelity Bank, out of the six, five were linked to Abdurrasheed Maina.

Court dismisses AMCON’s ex-parte order against Oreye Udo Livingstone and Peace Global Satellite Communication network

But Ibezim in his affidavit claimed that the matter was not before any court. But Oreye through his Lawyer was able to prove to the court that the matter is before the Supreme court necessitating the same Judge vacating the earlier order.

Senate to confirm Prof Yakubu as INEC Chairman Dec 1

“In accordance with the provision of Section 154(1) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended), I am pleased to present for confirmation by the Senate, the nomination of Professor Mahmood Yakubu for appointment as Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission for a second and final term.

Ndume spends second night in detention, appeals sentence

Justice Abang, prompted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission’s prosecuting counsel, Mohammed Abubakar, ruled on Monday that Ndume would remain in prison until he either produced Maina or had the N500m bail bond paid into the Federation Account.

You are responsible for the killings and insecurities, northern elders to Buhari

“The Forum is deeply shocked by this information. Although it is consistent with a registered record of the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari to matters affecting people of the North, it is nonetheless irrefutable evidence that this administration does not care about the people of the North, their economy or their security.

Missing children found dead at retired police officer’s home

“We found three of the children already dead by the time we opened the car. I think they suffocated to death because the car doors were stiffed when we tried to open it at first but we engaged an artisan who forced it open.

FCT vendor awaiting resumption in ministry before he was shot dead– Colleague

He just got employment as a civil servant in the Federal Ministry of Labour (Employment and Productivity); he was waiting for capturing before he was gunned down by a trigger-happy personnel.”

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“The ministry of foreign affairs wishes to inform that the United States government has removed all visa reciprocity fees for Nigerian citizens seeking visas to the United States,”

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