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Confusion over death of brothers in Osun

There was confusion at Iresi community, Boluwaduro East Local Council Development Aarea of Osun State over the tragic death of two brothers, Ayo Abifarin and Joseph Abifarin of Ile-Aro Abifarin Compound in the ancient town. Ayo, 40, said to have

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How woman sold her four children without husband’s consent in Lagos

Policemen of the Area M Command, Idimu have arrested a woman who allegedly sold her four children in Lagos state. According to PM express, the woman sold four out of her five children to different buyers without the knowledge of

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Civil group wants church management prosecuted for building collapse

The Civil Society Network Against Corruption (CSNAC), which is a coalition of over 150 anti-corruption organizations, has urged the Inspector General of Police, to immediately prosecute the management of Reigners’ Bible Church, Akwa Ibom, over the death of 26 worshippers

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Minimum wage: Our patience running out, NLC tells FG

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) yesterday told the Federal Government the patience of workers was running out on the proposed National Minimum Wage. It demanded for announcement of membership of the Minimum wage negotiating committee. The NLC also warned against

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May 30 protest: MASSOB, IPOB fault IG’s directive

The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra, on Saturday, raised an alarm over the directive issued to policemen by the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, on the sit-at-home protest planned by pro-Biafra activists to mark

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Gana preaches gospel of peace to children at 2017 children’s day

The Commandant General of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps Alhaji Abdullahi Gana Muhammadu has urged children to live in peace and harmony as well as embrace one another as one great family created by God. Children’s Day is

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Corpers forced to sleep outside as Lagos camp becomes overcrowded

Disturbing pictures have emerged on the social media of  National Youth Service Corps members in Lagos who have been forced to sleep outside because the camp has become overcrowded. A Facebook user by the name Aniebet Anie Udo who posted some of the

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Obiano promises free transportation, other incentives for physically challenged

*Says there’s ability in disability By Kingsley Ezekwelu The governor of Anambra state, Chief Willie Obiano has said that Physically Challenged Persons in the State would henceforth enjoy free transportation to all designated routes in the state under the State

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Igbo groups chide Obasanjo over new position on Biafra

Three Igbo socio-cultural associations yesterday faulted former President Olusegun Obasanjo appeal on Ndigbo to accept Nigeria as their country since, “there was enough bread for everybody,” saying that Obasanjo was one of the major ailments plaguing the country. They said

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34 prisoners get pardon in C/Rivers

Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River has granted a state pardon to 34 inmates serving various jail terms in Calabar Prison to mark the 50th Anniversary of the state. Ayade said on Saturday in Calabar in his anniversary speech that

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