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13 Nov
UN peacekeeping chief, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, says fighting terrorism remains the biggest challenge in the Africa’s Lake Chad Basin as lives are lost daily to terrorist attacks. Lacroix told the UN Security Council on Friday that the situation in the Lake Chad Basin region remained highly volatile, highlighting a rising tide of extremist violence as a…

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Ivory Coast coach Patrice Beaumelle on Wednesday railed against the state of the pitch in Douala where his team must face Algeria in a decisive final Africa Cup of Nations group match. Beaumelle was speaking about the farcical error in injury time by Ivory Coast goalkeeper Badra Ali Sangare that gifted Sierra Leone a 2-2…
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Davido continues to shade his cousin Bamidele Adeleke for reportedly disrespecting his (Davido) mom in an article.  The Dami Duro singer who called out his cousin yesterday for competing against his uncle Ademola Adeleke in the Osun State gubernatorial election has accused Bamidele of disrespecting his mom.  Taking to Twitter, Davido "Because of your ambition you have…
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Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez has suggested Ousmane Dembele could be sold this month after saying the winger must sign a new contract or "we will look for an exit for the player". Barca are desperate to avoid Dembele leaving on a free transfer when his contract expires in the summer and would at least pocket…
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Lagos State has acquired two new speed trains for its Red Line metro project, a 37-kilometre intracity railway system. The 330-KPH trains were sold to the state by Talgo Group, a Madrid-based manufacturer of high-speed passenger trains. "The 37km Red Line on completion will traverse eight stations and move passengers from Agbado to Oyingbo," Governor…
1 hour ago
Four students of the University of Port Harcourt who were kidnapped last weekend have been released and reunited with their families. The Guardian gathered that the students, Gbaa Nenubari, Asumbo Elizabeth, Eze Chimezie and Onosigho Augustine, were abducted on their way from the Orashi River where they had gone for a vegetation sampling for their…