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Clement Nwankwo

19 Jul 2018
Stakeholders have said hate remarks by political office holders were fueling the raging violent attacks in the country.At a roundtable on “curbing hate speech in Nigeria’s public space” organised by the Centre for Peace and Development (CEPAD) of Veritas University in Abuja....
5 Dec 2017
Former Speaker, Edo State House of Assembly Hon. Elizabeth Ativie, Senator representing Abia South District, Eyinnaya Abaribe has emphasized the need to implement...
14 May 2017
This brings to the fore, the issue of an electoral offences commission, which civil society and election observers have long advocated and which more now, than ever needs to be introduced and made to work. 
26 Nov 2016
A coalition of Civil Society Groups, the Nigeria Civil Situation Room, (Situation Room), has reiterated its commitment to monitor the Ondo State governorship election painstakingly....
9 Sep 2016
The Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room, comprising more than 70 organisations, said in a statement that the plot undermined the public’s confidence on the security agencies.
30 Jun 2016
Last Friday, Innocent Chukwuma and his wife (whom he proposed to within three days of meeting) celebrated decades of marriage and a mutual 50th birthday.

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Missiles rained down on Ukraine killing many civilians and wounding dozens in built up areas as the weekend began, prompting President Volodymyr Zelensky to accuse Russia of state "terror". Strikes on a southern resort town left 21 dead and dozens wounded after missiles slammed into flats and a recreation centre in Sergiyvka, 80 kilometres (50…
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More than two dozen crew members are unaccounted for after their ship broke into two during a typhoon in the South China Sea on Saturday, with rescuers scrambling to find them, officials say. An engineering vessel that was 160 nautical miles southwest of Hong Kong "suffered substantial damage and broke into two pieces" and the…
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At least five people were killed and 19 injured when a strong earthquake shook southern Iran early Saturday, the state news agency IRNA reported. The 6.0 magnitude quake hit 100 kilometres (60 miles) southwest of the port city of Bandar Abbas in Hormozgan province, the US Geological Survey said. The quake struck just a minute…
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Protesters stormed Libya's parliament in the eastern city of Tobruk on Friday and set parts of it ablaze, venting their anger at deteriorating living conditions and months of political deadlock. Black smoke billowed as men burned tyres and torched cars after one protester had smashed through the compound's gate with a bulldozer and others attacked…
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Six Nations champions France stretched away in the second half to beat a spirited Japan 42-23 on Saturday in steamy conditions in the first Test at Toyota Stadium. With temperatures soaring to 33 degrees and humidity at 55 percent at kick-off, France struggled to impose themselves in the first half as Japan fought back from…