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  • Police
    Two kids missing in Ondo community

    Two siblings, Dapo and Olajuwon Babatobi have been reportedly declared missing in Ilara-Mokin community, Ifedore local government area of Ondo state. Dapo, who is nine year-old and Olajuwon, seven year-old, were declared missing last Wednesday after returning from school by their grandmother, Mrs. Fadekemi Falodun. It was learnt that the two kids have been living

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  • Soldiers at alert as Shiites storm streets of 10 states over ‘Israel atrocities in Palestine

    Millions of people on Friday attended the International Quds day marches organised by the Islamic Movement across Northern states to show their solidarity with the “oppressed Palestinian people” and condemn alleged Israeli atrocities in occupied territories of Palestine. Thousands of Members of the Islamic Movement in Sokoto, Katsina and Potiskum started their peaceful procession in

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  • DSS
    DSS uncovers plots to bomb worship centres, parks

    The Department of State Services has alerted members of the public of plans by extremist elements to bomb places of worships and parks in furtherance of their nefarious activities. In a statement issued in Abuja Friday evening, the Service also revealed that it has arrested several people who were either engaged in kidnapping, pipeline vandalism

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    Court Strikes Out Certificate Suit Against President

    A Federal High Court in Abuja yesterday dismissed a suit challenging the authenticity of the academic credentials of President Mohammadu Buhari. A lawyer, Nnamdi Nwokocha-Ahaiwe in the suit,  had said Buhari was not qualified to vie for the office of the President on the account that he did not possess the minimum academic qualification to

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  • PDP
    Join Hands With Me To Move PDP Forward, Sheriff Begs Makarfi, Govs

    The sacked National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, has called on the party’s caretaker committee chairman, Senator Ahmed Makarfi and the party’s governors, to join hands with him in moving the party forward. He made the call against the backdrop of Thursday’s order of interlocutory injunction by Justice Okon

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    Istanbul airport attack death toll climbs to 42

    A report on Thursday from Istanbul said that the death toll from the terrorist attack at Ataturk Airport, has rising to 42 after a young woman died in hospital. More than 230 people were injured in Wednesday’s attack, which Turkish officials and others said was likely carried out by the Islamic State terrorist group. Meanwhile,

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    Fani-Kayode Denies Sending Message To All Christians From Detention

    A former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, who was allegedly manhandled while in custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, by one of its operative, has denied writing a message to Christians from detention. Mr. Fani-Kayode, who was Director of Media and Publicity of the Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign in the last

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    Fayose Dares Aisha Buhari, Refuses To Apologize As Ultimatum Expires

    Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose has not apologised to the wife of president, Aisha Buhari, as demanded by her for linking her to American Congressman William Jefferson’s bribery scandal of which the US lawmaker was convicted in 2009. The five-day ultimatum which the president’s wife issued to the governor, demanding an apology, expired yesterday. The

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  • NYSC Corps members protest unpaid allowance

    Members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) orientation camp belonging to the Batch A, Stream 2, in Kano State, on Wednesday, reportedly staged a protest over non-payment of allowances. According to witnesses, the protesters disrupted the passing-out parade chanting “Hey hey yawah go dey. Hey hey yawah go dey if allowee no pay, yawah

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    EFCC, self-praise and the fight against corruption

    The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) was unnecessarily giddy in self-praise when it launched its campaign themed: “Clean Hands against Corruption,’’ at the Eagle Square, Abuja, the other day. Declaring that it had “kept faith with our mandate and the expectations of Nigerians,’’ Chairman of the Commission, Ibrahim Magu, said Nigerians and members of

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