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A cleric, Most Rev. Dr. Hyacinth Egbebo, says that Nigerians clamouring for the restructuring of the country are misplacing the priority challenge facing the nation.
US Vice President Mike Pence has expressed regret at Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' decision to "walk away" from Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
China’s top prosecutor said Monday it has opened a criminal investigation into the former party chief of Chinese mega-city Chongqing, who was expelled from the Communist Party earlier this year following corruption allegations.
Saudi Arabia said on Monday that public cinemas would be allowed in the conservative kingdom and the first cinemas were likely to open by March 2018.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, on Monday, that recognising Jerusalem as his country’s capital “makes peace possible”, after widespread international criticism of the US decision to do so.
Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi has supported the decision of the Argentine Football Association boss, Claudio Tapia, who asked coach Jorge Sampaoli to recall striker, Gonzalo Higuaín, to the national team ahead of the next year’s World Cup in Russia, following the 4-2 defeat to Nigeria in an international friendly.
The Nigeria Customs Service on Monday in Benin destroyed imported frozen poultry products seized along Benin/Ore axis with duty paid value of N7.2m.
New Everton boss Sam Allardyce will miss the club's final Europa League game in Cyprus on Thursday due to a medical appointment.
Kebbi State Government said it had donated N10 million to the Igbo community as part of its contribution to boost existing cultural affinity with other ethnic nationalities in the state.
The Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Mr. Babatunde Fowler, has revealed that the tax amnesty granted by Federal Government under Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS), raked in N17 billion between June and December 2017.
The Bayelsa State Government Committee on Civil Service Reforms, investigating the payroll fraud in the state, has uncovered 5,000 non-academic members of staff at the Niger Delta University, Amassoma, and five other state-owned tertiary institutions.