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Boko Haram keep making fresh demands during talks over release of Chibok girls

 

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Boko Haram keep making fresh demands during talks over release of Chibok girls

BOKO Haram has stepped up the ante in its negotiations with the federal government over the release of the over 200 pupils it kidnapped from Government Girls Secondary School Chibok two years ago making fresh demands before it lets them go.

   

Healthy lifestyle campaigner Dr Nkem Ezeilo to be buried on Thursday September 22

 

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Healthy lifestyle campaigner Dr Nkem Ezeilo to be buried on Thursday September 22

FUNERAL arrangements for the burial of health campaigner and Uncelebrated Nigerians Awards UK organising committee general secretary Dr Nkem Ezeilo who passed away last Sunday have been announced by her family.

   

Niger Delta peace process threatened by recent death of Tompolo's father

 

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Niger Delta peace process threatened by recent death of Tompolo's father

GOVERNMENT plans to end the ongoing militancy in the Niger Delta appears to have suffered a major setback as the death of the father of militant leader Government Ekpemupolo popularly known as Tompolo threatens to derail the process.

   

Lagos police arrest 31-year old mother who abandons newly born baby by the roadside

 

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Lagos police arrest 31-year old mother who abandons newly born baby by the roadside

DETECTIVES from the Lagos State Police Command have arrested 31-year-old Ifunanya Eme after it emerged that she dumped her newborn baby by the roadside because she had no means of feeding her.

   

Asaba residents complain about the recent massive influx of prostitutes into the city

 

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Asaba residents complain about the recent massive influx of prostitutes into the city

LOCAL residents in the Delta State capital Asaba have expressed concern about the growing number of prostitutes who have descended on the city over recent weeks turning the metropolis into one huge red light district.

   

CPS rules that Ibori will remain in jail despite evidence that prosecutors collected bribes

 

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CPS rules that Ibori will remain in jail despite evidence that prosecutors collected bribes

BRITAIN's Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has ruled that former Delta State governor Chief James Ibori will remain in jail for fraud and money laundering despite valid despite evidence that a British police officer took bribes during the investigation of his case.

   

Four companies plead guilty to laundering cash for former first lady Dame Jonathan

 

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Four companies plead guilty to laundering cash for former first lady Dame Jonathan

FOUR companies involved in a money laundering case linked to the former first lady Dame Patience Jonathan pleaded guilty before a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos admitting that they were used as conduits to launder cash.

   

Buhari calls emergency economic summit in response to Nigeria sliding into recession

 

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Buhari calls emergency economic summit in response to Nigeria sliding into recession

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has convened an emergency extra-ordinary retreat in Abuja in response to the growing economic crisis that has seen Nigeria slide into recession with no sign of relief on the horizon.

   

#BringBackOurGirls group asks Buhari to discipline police boss for harassing them

 

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#BringBackOurGirls group asks Buhari to discipline police boss for harassing them

MEMBERS of the #BringBackOurGirls (#BBOG) group have called on President Muhammadu Buhari and the Police Service Commission to take disciplinary actions against the inspector general of police Ibrahim Idris following the disruption of their rally on September 6.

   

EFCC declares former Katsina State governor Ibrahim Shema wanted over missing N7bn

 

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EFCC declares former Katsina State governor Ibrahim Shema wanted over missing N7bn

ECONOMIC and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) officials have declared former Katsina State governor Alhaji Ibrahim Shema wanted in connection with an alleged N76bn (£182m) fraud case that took place under his watch.

   

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