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Igboho Now Spends ‘Over 120 Days’ In Benin Republic Detention

Monday Is Not Work-Free-Day Anambra State Govt Tells Residents

Monday Is Not Work-Free-Day Anambra State Govt Tells Residents

A statement released by the state commissioner of Information and Public Enlightenment, Don Adinuba, stated that the reminder has become imperative in view of the tendency of some people to observe in the last few months every Monday as CONTINUE READING…]

[Video] Nigerian Man Storms Lagos Market With Cake, Music To Celebrate His Mum On Her Birthday

Nigerian Man Storms Lagos Market With Cake, Music To Celebrate His Mum On Her Birthday

A video of a Nigerian man going into a Lagos market to celebrate his mum on her birthday has been shared online. The man went with a cake and was accompanied by a trumpeter who played melodious gospel tunes for the celebrant to dance to. Other traders joined the mum to CONTINUE READING…]

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Igboho Now Spends ‘Over 120 Days’ In Benin Republic Detention

Igboho Now Spends ‘Over 120 Days’ In Benin Republic Detention

The 49-year-old agitator, who narrowly escaped the bloody raid, was subsequently declared wanted for allegedly stockpiling arms to destabilise Nigeria under the pretext of Yoruba Nation. Igboho, after going underground for 19 days, was finally arrested in CONTINUE READING…]

One Killed As Police Engage Gunmen Disguised As Mourners In Imo

Operatives of the Imo State Police Command have killed a gunman and arrested another – both of whom were part of a group disguised as mourners. The spokesman for the command, Michael Abattam, who disclosed this in a statement on Saturday confirmed that CONTINUE READING…]

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Nigeria Must Urgently Address Slow Judicial Process – Osinbajo

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo believes the slow process of dispensing justice in the country must be urgently addressed. He made the remark on Friday when he chaired a Wole Olanipekun & Co., WOC, Justice Summit on Justice Sector Reforms in celebration of the CONTINUE READING…]

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