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The people of Anambra State, South East Nigeria, will today choose between continuity and a fresh mandate in a governorship election that promises to be a keen contest among the candidates.
Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Mahmood Yakubu, has once again reiterated the commitment of the electoral body to conduct a hitch-free, free and fair governorship election in Anambra on Saturday.
Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong was jailed for the second time Wednesday for his role in mass pro-democracy protests as concern grows that prison terms for young campaigners are shutting down debate in the semi-autonomous city as Beijing increases control.
The 2 Brigade Nigeria Army says its troops raided cultists hideout, killing its leader, Akaninyene Jumbo, on January 15, after trailing him to the border between Akwa Ibom and Abia.
West Ham manager David Moyes has claimed that there’s no basis to reports linking striker Andy Carroll with Chelsea because the Hammers are yet to receive an official bid from the Premier League champions.
Super Eagles midfielder Ifeanyi Ifeanyi says Nigeria will be aiming for a win when they take on CHAN Group C leaders Libya on Friday.
Leicester City manager Claude Puel has praised Nigerian attacker Kelechi Iheanacho after he scored both goals to see the Foxes win 2-0 against Fleetwood Town in their FA Cup replay on Tuesday night.
Three million women and youths nationwide will benefit from an Agro-business programme of the Livelihood Improvement Family Enterprises (LIFE) scheme of the Federal Government, an official said on Tuesday.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger should have taken a stronger stance on Alex Iwobi and not played him at Chelsea after his off-the-field antics, according to Ian Wright.
A former American president, Bill Clinton, on Friday said Haitians and African are not from “Shitholes” as allegedly described by President Donald Trump.
The federal government has summoned Stuart Symington, the United States ambassador to Nigeria, over Donald Trump’s usage of a demeaning term to describe African nations.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has deployed a website technology to ease its dealings with electorate, candidates, political parties and other stakeholders in the electoral process.