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Northern Elders Forum leader Ango Abdullahi says north is not afraid of going it alone

 

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Northern Elders Forum leader Ango Abdullahi says north is not afraid of going it alone

NORTHERN Elders Forum (Nef) leader and former Ahmadu Bello University vice chancellor Professor Ango Abdullahi has lashed out at those calling for the restructuring of Nigeria saying the north is not afraid of a break-up.

   

Iheanacho topples Mikel as highest earning Nigerian in Premiership on £85,000 a week

 

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Iheanacho topples Mikel as highest earning Nigerian in Premiership on £85,000 a week

SUPER Eagles striker Kelechi Iheanacho has now become the highest paid Nigeria footballer in the English Premier League after his club Manchester City offered him a new £85,000-a-week that makes him a bigger earner than Mikel Obi.

   

CBN licenses 11 international money transfer operators to ease foreign exchange worries

 

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CBN licenses 11 international money transfer operators to ease foreign exchange worries

ELEVEN new international money transfer operators (Imtos) have been licensed to do business in the country’s foreign exchange market by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) as part a drive to make bring back liquidity.

   

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg surprised at the level of ingenuity in Nigeria

 

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg surprised at the level of ingenuity in Nigeria

FACEBOOK founder Mark Zuckerberg made a surprise visit to Nigeria yesterday to inspect the numerous hubs across Lagos that have made his social media platform available to millions of Nigerians and has expressed surprise at the level of ingenuity he saw.

   

Canuk vice chairman Charles Sylvester appointed Nigerian Ports Authority director

 

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Canuk vice chairman Charles Sylvester appointed Nigerian Ports Authority director

CENTRAL Association of Nigerians in the UK (Canuk) second vice president and the European coordinator of the Buhari Friends Organisation Network (BFON) Charles Sylvester has been appointed to the board of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA).

   

Cross River husband places millipede curse on estranged wife over N1.8m dowry

 

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Cross River husband places millipede curse on estranged wife over N1.8m dowry

CROSS River State husband Mr Asuquo has invoked a curse involving millipedes on his wife Esther in anger about the N1.8m (£4,300) dowry he paid for her after they broke up following a disagreement.

   

Ekiti passes new law that will lead to the prosecution of armed herdsmen with terrorism

 

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Ekiti passes new law that will lead to the prosecution of armed herdsmen with terrorism

EKITI State governor Ayo Fayose has revealed that any cattle herdsman caught grazing in the state with arms or in possession of any weapon will be charged with terrorism and prosecuted accordingly.

   

Akwa Ibom community women threaten to protest naked over blown-up gas pipeline

 

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Akwa Ibom community women threaten to protest naked over blown-up gas pipeline

WOMEN of the Obotim Nsit community in Nsit Ibom Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State have vowed to protest nude to summon the wrath of the gods against the government and the Seven Energy Gas Company that has polluted their land.

   

Akwa Ibom community women threaten to protest naked over blown-up gas pipeline

 

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Akwa Ibom community women threaten to protest naked over blown-up gas pipeline

WOMEN of the Obotim Nsit community in Nsit Ibom Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State have vowed to protest nude to summon the wrath of the gods against the government and the Seven Energy Gas Company that has polluted their land.

   

Reformed Indigenous People of Biafra elects new leader and names negotiating team

 

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Reformed Indigenous People of Biafra elects new leader and names negotiating team

BREAKAWAY Biafran separatist group the Reformed Indigenous People of Biafra (Re-Ipob) has named Jonathan Kurubo from Bayeslsa State as its new leader pointing out that he will lead negotiations with the federal government on the way forward.

   

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