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Ekweremadu writes to US Congress, EU parliament, UN, others

Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has written a two-page letter to the United Nations, European Union, United States’ Congress, European Union Parliament, Governments of United States, United Kingdom and other foreign missions, over his trial for alleged forgery of Senate

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Downbeat PM Forced To Bring Brexit News To EU

David Cameron looked tired and downbeat as he took to the podium for perhaps his final time after an EU summit. For six years he has addressed journalists in the UK briefing room about subjects as varied as the single

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Istanbul airport explosions: 36 dead, 140 injured, Turkish official.

At least 36 people have been killed and 140 wounded in a terror attack on Istanbul Ataturk Airport in Turkey, Istanbul Gov. Vasip Sahin said early Wednesday. Three bombers were also killed, the governor said. Another report, from semi-official news

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Over​ ​10,000​ ​Secondary​ ​School​ ​Girls​ ​Participate​ ​in​ ​2016 Maths​ ​Olympiad

Over 10,000 Secondary School Girls drawn from the 36 States and the Federal Capital Territory  took part in the national stage of this year’s Pan African Mathematics Olympiad for Girls (PAMO-G).  The competition is to select girl students to represent the

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Sahara​ ​Group​ ​Empowers​ ​2,600​ ​Youths​ ​on​ ​capacity​ ​building 

The leading energy giant, Sahara Group has trained 2600 youth in Lagos on capacity building through  vocational centers.  The Director of Sahara Group, Tonye Cole, explained that the empowerment is aimed towards a  continuous effort to fooster the capacity of

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Why​ ​We​ ​Can’t​ ​Guarantee​ ​Quality​ ​Teaching​ ​–​ ​Kogi​ ​Teachers

Teachers in public primary and junior secondary schools in Kogi on Tuesday they could no  longer guarantee quality teaching in the state.  The teachers, under the aegis of the Basic Education Staff Association of Nigeria (BESAN), told newsmen in Lokoja that

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36 killed in Istanbul Airport Attack

The Latest on the explosions at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport (all times local): 12:15 a.m. Turkey’s NTV television is quoting Istanbul’s governor as saying 28 people were killed in the attack at the city’s airport and some 60 people wounded. Governor

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Gareth Southgate: FA considers England interim manager role

The Football Association is prepared to make Gareth Southgate interim England manager for the start of their World Cup qualifying campaign as it begins a global search for Roy Hodgson’s successor. Hodgson resigned after four years as manager following the

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Gov Shettima reveals how NGOs defraud Foreign Assistors

The Executive Governor of Borno state, Governor Kashim Shettima,  has revealed o ngoing fraudulent activities by NGOs in the discharge of their duties to the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps in the State. According to Shettima, some non-governmental organisations (NGO)

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ECOWAS Court aments non-execution of Judgments by Member States

The ECOWAS Court of Justice has expressed concern over non-implementation of its judgment by the member states. The Vice President of the Court, Justice Micah Wright, informed that only three out of 15 member states had put in place mechanism

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