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Bandits attack FAAN quarters Kaduna, abduct 9

The cry from the victims, was said to have attracted the military personnel nearby, who engaged the bandits in a gun battle,during the incident which lasted for several hours, as the bandits went away with their victims on motorcycles.

270 Nigerians Stranded In US Arrive In Abuja

270 Nigerians who had been stranded in the United States have arrived in Abuja. The Nigerians in Diaspora...

Two killed as gunmen attack Johannesburg airport

South Africa has the highest number of coronavirus cases on the continent with nearly 5,000 deaths and 350,000 infections. It also has one of the highest crime rates in the world.

Second batch of Indian nationals evacuated from Lagos

The second batch of Indian nationals was Thursday night evacuated to India from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos.

Americans stranded at Lagos airport as evacuation flight fails to arrive

Many American nationals were on Friday stranded at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. It was gathered that the...

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13-year-old arrested by police in Katsina for killing bandits

The boy, who demonstrated skills in handling AK-47, also confessed to have been bullied by some elderly bandits, who provoked him, and as a result, picked an AK-47 rifle and shot dead two of the elderly bandits,”

Senate, CSOs review MDAs’ implementation of National Anti-Corruption Strategy

“We are happy that this forum was provided to enable us to assess the NASC and to know the level of the fight against corruption. To adequately review the implementation, the MDAs here, who have submitted their reports, should also be requested to provide specific data and figures.

June 12: Twitter CEO’s ‘solidarity’ tweet sparks reactions

He not only created an accompanying icon for the hashtag but also promoted donation campaigns in support of the historic protest.

Soldier shot as Army, ESN clash in Abia

The shooting was said to have attracted soldiers from the Army Headquarters, in Ohafia, who engaged the suspected ESN members in an exchange of gunfire.