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Cameroon sentences opposition leader Aboubakar Siddiki to 25 years in prison

Amnesty International says a military court in Cameroon has sentenced an opposition leader to 25 years in prison for hostility against the homeland and contempt of the president.


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Vice President Osinbajo pledges commitment to focus on human development

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday reiterated the determination of the present administration to focus on the development of the people of the country.

European police break major Nigerian human trafficking ring

The European Union's law enforcement agency says police have smashed a Nigerian organised crime ring in one of the largest European operations against human trafficking.

INEC: We will deploy 20,000 ad-hoc personnel in Imo for 2019 election

Prof. Francis Ezeonu, the Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in Imo, says that the commission will deploy 20,000 ad-hoc personnel in the forthcoming 2019 elections in Imo for smooth election conduct.

US: Economic growth unsustainable without women

The United States (U.S.) government has said there can never be any meaningful and sustainable economic growth and development without the inclusion of women.

No going back on nationwide strike – health workers

National President of Nigeria Union of Allied Health Professionals, Dr. Ogbonna Chimela, has declared that nothing would stop the Union from embarking on nationwide industrial disharmony on the expiration of its 30 days ultimatum, if Federal Government failed to implement their demands.

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Fake Eko DisCo staff arraigned over illegal connection

A 50-year old man, Adebayo Ojo, who claimed to be a staff of Eko Electricity Distribution Company, EKDC, has been arraigned before a Lagos Magistrate Court for alleged unlawfully reconnecting, tampering with electricity installations.

Egyptians who took part in Arab Spring say voting useless

As banners supporting Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's bid for a second term fill Cairo's streets, some who participated in the 2011 democratic uprising say they will boycott this month's "predetermined" elections.

French court throws out Facebook ‘censorship’ case

A French court on Thursday dismissed a case brought by a French teacher who wanted to sue the US social media giant over his claims that his page was censored when he posted a nude painting by Gustave Courbet.

Michael Essien released by Indonesian club

Ghanaian veteran Michael Essien has been released by Indonesian top flight club Persib Bandung.

INEC: Senator Melaye’s recall to continue

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) would continue with the process for the recall of Senator Dino Melaye in line with the judgement of the Court of Appeal.