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13 Oct 2015
VICTIMS of the Aiyetoro sea surge in Ilaje Local Council of Ondo State have commended the state government for the multi-million naira relief materials donated to them, urging more pressure on the Federal Government.
13 Oct 2015
THE lover of the 29-year-old corps member strangled in Ibadan, Olusola Babalola, who was held by the police, has been released from police custody.
12 Oct 2015
A MIDDLE-AGED trader, Mallam Rabiu Muhammad of Dan Tsinke village in Kano, was last Thursday found soaked in his own blood in his room with throat slit and private part cut off.
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12 Oct 2015
AS part of activities to mark its first year anniversary, PayPorte - Africa’s retail online store, has donated assorted relief materials to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Malkohi camp, Yola, Adamawa State.
12 Oct 2015
Gov. Ortom orders security agents to track down kidnappers in Benue WORRIED by the incessant activities of a syndicate that specializes in kidnapping children in Benue State, the state Governor, Samuel Ortom, has charged security agencies in the state to step up vigilance in order to track down those perpetrating the heinous act. Ortom gave…
12 Oct 2015
THE Ondo State government has increased the number of teachers in primary schools in the state with an additional  900 National Certificate in Education (NCE) holders. According to the state’s Commissioner for Information, Kayode Akinmade, the 900 were re-deployed from the local government service into the state Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) to address the need for…
12 Oct 2015
THE Oshadipe Twins Initiative (TOTI) recently organized a walk to create awareness against the deadly lupus disease, which killed one of the twins a year ago. The event dubbed: “Walk Against Lupus,” took place in Ikeja, Lagos to mark a year of Taiwo Oshadipe’s demise. The initiative, with the vision of a world without lupus,…
12 Oct 2015
THE Nigerian Turkish International College (NTIC) Foundation has distributed packs of meat to orphans and widows in more than 20 states, in the spirit of recent Muslim celebration.   About 600 cows were slaughtered and distributed in an event that was witnessed by the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’adu Abubakar and high government functionaries.   “We…
12 Oct 2015
PANDEMONIUM broke out in Ilara in Imeko-Afon local council of Ogun State when a Village head of Alagbe, a border town in the area, Chief Joseph Ogunrinde was beaten to coma and his official car was destroyed . The incident which happened yesterday at the palace of the Oloola of Ilara, Oba Samuel Adeluyi who…
11 Oct 2015
A BLOODY communal strife over a parcel of land between the people of Umuodafe, Ibusa and Asaba, Delta State during the weekend resulted in the death of one person while several others were injured. The cause of the violent clash between the two neighbouring communities is the Umuodafe Isiuzo farmland located off the Ibusa-Asaba Road,…
8 Oct 2015
SUSPECTED kidnappers of the Associate Professor at the Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State, Dr Paul Erie, whose decomposing body was found in a shallow grave 105 days after he was abducted in his Igbanke town in Orhionmown Local Council of Edo State, have given a narration of how…
8 Oct 2015
IFEOLUWA was riding happily on her mother’s back in the Kuje suburb of Abuja, suddenly there was a bomb blast and she was violently ripped off her mother’s back. The 11-month old who is among the few survivors of last Friday’s dastardly twin blasts in the nation’s capital, is now battling for her life as she has been wheeled into the operating theatre

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Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo of a Lagos Special Offences Court, Ikeja, has exonerated former Managing Director of American International Insurance Company (AIICO) Capital Limited, a subsidiary of AIICO Plc., Lanre Fabunmi, of stealing and dishonestly converting N1.7 billion belonging to the firm. Others acquitted with him are: Onome Odometa, Olajumoke Akano and Olabode Ogunlere. The trial…
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The Federal Government has pledged to improve the welfare of Nigerian workers as the country marked its 62nd independence.
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A suicide bomber attacked an education centre in the Afghan capital on Friday where hundreds of students were preparing for university exams, killing at least 20 people, most of them young women.
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The US Congress approved $12.3 billion in aid Friday to help Ukraine battle its invasion by Russia as part of a stopgap spending bill that averts a chaotic government shutdown ahead of a midnight deadline.