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Ondo receives 23 Nigerian Libyan returnees

The Ondo State Government, on Friday, in Akure, received 23 indigenes of the state, who were among Nigerian returnees from Libya.

Presidency discovers more sources of IPOB funding

The Federal Government may have discovered more sources where funding of the operations of Nnamdi Kanu-led Indigenous People Biafra (IPOB), going by the revelation of a top Presidency official.

Tracing IPOB’s fund sources now easy – Presidency

The Presidency has assured that the recent declaration of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) as a terrorist group has made it easier to trace and block its foreign sources of funds

On the road to Port Harcourt

Fellow Nigerians, I finally returned to Port Harcourt after over two years of absence. It is strange how time flies and how it changes everything. Port Harcourt had always been one of my favourite cities in our dear beloved country. Once upon a time, Port Harcourt was known and referred to as the garden city because of its blossoming flowers.


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DHQ: DSS negotiated Dapchi girls release

The Defence Headquarters has said the military were not involved in the negotiations leading to the release of 101 Girls out of the 110 Girls abducted by Boko Haram terrorists in Dapchi, Yobe state.

House of Representatives to probe alleged diversion of funds in amnesty programme

The house of representatives has resolved to conduct a “comprehensive” probe of the presidential amnesty programme over alleged mismanagement of funds.

South Korea fines Facebook for slowing user internet connections

South Korea’s telecom authority is fining Facebook 396 million won (approximately $369,705) for slowing down user internet connections in 2016 and 2017.

Senator Rafiu Ibrahim: Senate to consider central bank nominees on Thursday

Nigeria’s upper house of parliament will consider on Thursday President Muhammadu Buhari’s nominees for the central bank’s interest rate-setting committee, the chairman of the Senate’s committee on banking told Reuters.

Trial resumes in Burkina Faso over failed 2015 coup

The landmark trial over a failed 2015 coup in Burkina Faso resumed in Ouagadougou on Wednesday after being suspended three weeks ago when defence lawyers staged a walkout, an AFP correspondent said.

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Victim: Kidnap kingpin Evans chained me for 88 days

Mr Donatius Dunu, the Managing Director of Maydon Pharmaceuticals, has told the court that he was kidnapped, chained and held for 88 days by billionaire kidnap kingpin Evans.

Palestinian teen in slap video reaches plea deal

A Palestinian teenager arrested after a viral video showed her hit two Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank has reached a plea deal with prosecutors to serve eight months in jail, her lawyer said Wednesday.

Stop deceiving youths on N-Power scheme – APC tells Governor Fayose

The All Progressives Congress in Ekiti State has warned Governor Ayodele Fayose against misinforming the beneficiaries of the Federal Government’s N-Power Scheme in the state, cautioning that it is too late to employ deceit to secure undeserved support of the people.

Ford recalls 1.4m vehicles, CPC asks Nigerians who own versions to contact it

The Consumer Protection Council (CPC) says the Ford Motor Company has initiated a recall in the US of about 1.4 million vehicles due to faults.

Group drums support for Buhari/Osinbajo re-election bid

A group in the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kwara; All Legacy Groups, has called on all APC members and other Nigerians to re-elect President Muhammadu Buhari and his Vice, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo back to office come 2019.