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Sudanese police and soldiers deployed in large numbers Sunday across the capital Khartoum, ahead of mass protests planned by pro-democracy groups against coup leader General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.

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The National Basketball Association, NBA Africa yesterday announced that the fourth NBA Academy Women’s Camp Africa would take place from Monday, December 5 to end on Thursday, December 8 at NBA Academy Africa, an elite basketball training center in Saly, Senegal, for the top high-school age prospects from across the continent. This year’s women’s camp…
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Chevron Nigeria Ltd. (CNL) says 1.4 billion dollars financing has been secured to fund the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)/CNL Joint Venture (JV) infill drilling project from 2022 to 2026. CNL’s, General Manager, Policy, Government and Public Affairs, Mr Esimaje Brikinn made the disclosure in a statement on Friday. Brikinn said the financing arrangement was…
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Team Delta on Friday walloped Team Oyo 3-0 to win gold in the women’s team Table Tennis final at the ongoing National Sports Festival in Asaba, Delta. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports the quartet of Rashidat Ogundele, Fatima Bello, Ajoke Ojomu and Aminat Fashola trashed Team Oyo in a one-sided final at the…
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The Dein of Agbor kingdom, Dein Keagborekuzi 1, has said that the Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege who is the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Delta State, will make an amazing governor if given the chance to serve. The first-class traditional monarch made the remark on Friday, December…
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US President Joe Biden signed into law Friday a rare intervention by Congress forcing freight rail unions to accept a salary deal, avoiding a possibly devastating strike -- but putting the pro-union Democrat in an awkward political position. Biden signed the law in a brief White House ceremony only a week before unions who had…