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Minister of state for defence's chief protocol officer dies during EFCC questioning

 

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Minister of state for defence's chief protocol officer dies during EFCC questioning

ECONOMIC and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) officials have been accused of murdering the chief protocol officer of the minister of state for defence Desmond Nunugwo after arresting him in connection with a corruption scandal.

   

Mend claims Nnamdi Kanu has agreed to denounce Biafra in exchange for his freedom

 

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Mend claims Nnamdi Kanu has agreed to denounce Biafra in exchange for his freedom

MOVEMENT for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (Mend) leaders have alleged that Radio Biafra director Nnamdi Kanu has entered into a pact with the federal government under which he has agreed to renounce Biafra in exchange for his freedom.

   

Boko Haram claim air force strikes have killed some Chibok girls in Sambisa Forest

 

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Boko Haram claim air force strikes have killed some Chibok girls in Sambisa Forest

TERRORIST sect Boko Haram have released a new video of the abducted Government Girls Secondary School Chibok pupils kidnapped over two years ago in which one of them claims that Nigerian Air Force (Naf) airstrikes have killed some of her colleagues.

   

Northern governors hire British firm to begin prospecting for oil in Lake Chad Basin

 

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Northern governors hire British firm to begin prospecting for oil in Lake Chad Basin

GOVERNORS of Nigeria's 19 northern states have hired a British firm to step up the search for oil and gas in the Lake Chad Basin in Borno State after President Muhammadu Buhari directed the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to step up prospecting.

   

Charles and Henry Okah sue Goodluck for N5bn claiming he breached their human rights

 

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Charles and Henry Okah sue Goodluck for N5bn claiming he breached their human rights

NIGER Delta militants Henry and Charles Okah have taken out a N5bn lawsuit against former president Dr Goodluck Jonathan and his media aide Ikechukwu Eze for allegedly breaching their fundamental right to fair hearing.

   

Gay photographer David Umukoro Ukre receives death threats after marrying lover

 

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Gay photographer David Umukoro Ukre receives death threats after marrying lover

NIGERAN gay photographer David Umukoro Ukre has attracted a lot of hate messages from Nigerians who have threatened to kill him after he married his long term partner Eric Shoen at a small wedding ceremony at the Tilt nightclub in Rochester in New York.

   

Niger Delta Avengers dares Nigerian military to meet it for a confrontation in the creeks

 

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Niger Delta Avengers dares Nigerian military to meet it for a confrontation in the creeks

MILITANT group the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) has dared the Nigerian military to meet them in the creeks if they are serious about a military confrontation as the ongoing volatility in the region increases.

   

Sultan of Sokoto says Muslims girls should be allowed to wear hijab as a right not a privilege

 

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Sultan of Sokoto says Muslims girls should be allowed to wear hijab as a right not a privilege

SULTAN of Sokoto and the president of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar has declared that Muslims girls have an unalienable right to wear the hijab to school and it is not a privilege that governments can extend to them.

   

Olympic team to face Germany in semi final after despatching Denmark 2-0 yesterday

 

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Olympic team to face Germany in semi final after despatching Denmark 2-0 yesterday

NIGERIA'S men's Olympic football team will face world champions Germany in the semi final of the tournament on Wednesday after despatching Denmark with a comprehensive 2-0 victory last night.

   

Former House appropriation committee chair Hon Jibrin asks court to prevent his arrest

 

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Former House appropriation committee chair Hon Jibrin asks court to prevent his arrest

FORMER chairman of the House of Representatives appropriation committee Hon Abdulmumin Jibrin has gone to court to stop the police from arresting or questioning him over allegations that he padded the Nigerian budget.

   

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