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no responses. December 23, 2019 debby eselebor

Zlatan Ibrahimovic welcome to join Everton, says Carlo Ancelotti


Zlatan Ibrahimovic welcome to join Everton, says Carlo Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti says he may give his “good friend” Zlatan Ibrahimovic a call ahead of the January transfer window, and that the striker can come to […]

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no responses. December 23, 2019 KEVIN NWABUEZE

Why We Cut Bank Charges, By CBN


Why We Cut Bank Charges, By CBN

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) yesterday reduced all bank charges, with some getting more than 50 per cent cut, with effect from January 1, 2020. […]

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Adamawa

no responses. December 23, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

Adamawa Passes Bill For Free Treatment For Unemployed Persons


Adamawa Passes Bill For Free Treatment For Unemployed Persons

Adamawa State Governor, Ahmadu Fintiri, has commended the State Assembly for passing the amended Adamawa Health Insurance Law, which provides free treatment for unemployed persons under […]

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no responses. December 23, 2019 Elizabeth David

Pakistan Sentences Muslim Professor To Death For Anti-Islamic ‘Blasphemy’


Pakistan Sentences Muslim Professor To Death For Anti-Islamic ‘Blasphemy’

A Muslim professor in Pakistan was sentenced to death for allegedly spreading anti-Islamic ideas on social media. Junaid Hafeez was arrested in 2013 for allegedly displaying blasphemous content while a […]

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no responses. December 23, 2019 debby eselebor

Liverpool Win Club World Cup As Firmino’s Goal Sinks Flamengo


Liverpool Win Club World Cup As Firmino’s Goal Sinks Flamengo

An extra-time goal from Roberto Firmino gave European champions Liverpool a 1-0 victory over Brazil’s Flamengo to win the Club World Cup at the Khalifa International […]

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Gbajabiamila

no responses. December 23, 2019 Elizabeth David

I Wasn’t Elected To Fight The Executive But To Collaborate, Says Gbajabiamila


I Wasn’t Elected To Fight The Executive But To Collaborate, Says Gbajabiamila

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has reiterated that contrary to popular opinion, the current National Assembly is not a rubber stamp. On […]

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no responses. December 23, 2019 Elizabeth David

Federal Government Accuses U.S. Of Sowing Seed Of Religious Mistrust In Nigeria


Federal Government Accuses U.S. Of Sowing Seed Of Religious Mistrust In Nigeria

The Federal Government has accused the U.S. of attempting to sow seed of religious mistrust among the various religious groups in Nigeria with its recent report. […]

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no responses. December 23, 2019 Elizabeth David

Why Ban On Fireworks Is Ineffective – Police


Why Ban On Fireworks Is Ineffective – Police

The police says there is little they can do to effectively enforce the ban on the use of fireworks and ‘knockouts’ without public support. The Force […]

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no responses. December 23, 2019 KEVIN NWABUEZE

Accept Your Postings In Good Fate Governor Urge Corpers


Accept Your Postings In Good Fate Governor Urge Corpers

National Youth service Corps members posted to rural areas in Niger State have been told not to reject their postings. The State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani […]

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no responses. December 23, 2019 KEVIN NWABUEZE

Six Miners Killed In Jos


Six Miners Killed In Jos

The Federal Government has commiserated with the Plateau state government over the death of six miners trapped in the mining pit in Zawang. The Minister of […]

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no responses. December 23, 2019 Elizabeth David

Veteran Yoruba Actor, Alabi Yellow Is Dead


Veteran Yoruba Actor, Alabi Yellow Is Dead

It is a sad moment in the entertainment industry as Veteran actor and author, Samuel Akinpelu, popularly known as Alabi Yellow died. He is believed to […]

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no responses. December 23, 2019 KEVIN NWABUEZE

Metallurgical Center To Reduce Metal Importation


Metallurgical Center To Reduce Metal Importation

The Director General National Metallurgical Development Centre, Jos, NMDC, Prof Linus Asuquo says the centre is poised to contribute its quota in moving the country’s economy […]

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