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Six siblings die from food poisoning in Anambra's Nnewi South Local Government Area

 

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Six siblings die from food poisoning in Anambra's Nnewi South Local Government Area

SIX siblings have tragically died in Ekwulumili in Nnewi South Local Government Area of Anambra State after eating poisoned food said to have been served to them by an unknown person.

   

Former inspector general of police Solomon Arase reported to have taken 24 cars with him

 

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Former inspector general of police Solomon Arase reported to have taken 24 cars with him

FORMER inspector general of police (IGP) Solomon Arase is under investigation for carting away as many as 24 vehicles belonging to the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) when he retired from the service last month.

   

Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta publishes its team of negotiators

 

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Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta publishes its team of negotiators

MILITANT group the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (Mend) has written to President Muhammadu Buhari outlining its conditions for peace talks in the region and providing the list of its team of negotiators.

   

Turkish authorities launch ferocious crackdown on coup plotters arresting over 6,000

 

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Turkish authorities launch ferocious crackdown on coup plotters arresting over 6,000

TURKISH authorities have launched a ferocious crackdown on the country's military arresting as many as 6,000 troops, including several general in response to the recent attempted coup on Friday.

   

Prof Osinbajo reveals that as many as 110m Nigerians are currently living in poverty

 

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Prof Osinbajo reveals that as many as 110m Nigerians are currently living in poverty

VICE president Professor Yemi Osinbajo has revealed shocking statics indicating that as many as 110m Nigerians are living in poverty with about two tenths of them scrapping by in what he described as extreme poverty.

   

Sambo Dasuki files suit against federal government asking for his release and an apology

 

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Sambo Dasuki files suit against federal government asking for his release and an apology

FORMER national security adviser Col Sambo Dasuki has dragged the federal government to an Abuja High Court challenging his incarceration in the custody of the Department of the State Security Service (DSS) since December last year.

   

Rochas Okorocha hailed as the man who has united Ndigbo in search of their rightful place

 

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Rochas Okorocha hailed as the man who has united Ndigbo in search of their rightful place

IMO State deputy governor Prince Eze Madumere has called on Ndigbo to rally round Governor Rochas Okorocha as he is the one person who has succeeded in uniting all Igbos with a view to allowing them claim their rightful place in Nigeria.

   

Buhari condemns attempted military coup in Turkey saying democracy is the way forward

 

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Buhari condemns attempted military coup in Turkey saying democracy is the way forward

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has joined the international condemnation of the recent attempted military coup in Turkey saying it was regrettable that soldiers tried to dismantle constitutional authority and overthrow a democratically elected government.

   

Goodluck's spokesman Doyin Okupe grilled by EFCC over his role in Dasukigate scandal

 

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Goodluck's spokesman Doyin Okupe grilled by EFCC over his role in Dasukigate scandal

FORMER president Dr Goodluck Jonathan's spokesman Dr Doyin Okupe have been given intense grilling by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) officials over the alleged illicit payment of N162m (£426,305) to several of his companies.

   

Retired Niger Delta soldiers and ex-militants plan to form vigilante group to take on NDA

 

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Retired Niger Delta soldiers and ex-militants plan to form vigilante group to take on NDA

RETIRED soldiers and ex-Niger Delta agitators have decided to join forces and create a vigilante group to take on the militant group Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) that is causing havoc across the region by blowing up oil installations.

   

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