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Herdsmen killings: I’ll never beg President Buhari for anything – Governor Fayose

Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has charged traditional hunters and local vigilante groups in the 16 local government areas to be on red alert and ward off any possible attack on the people of the state by Fulani herdsmen.

Strange illness allegedly kills 70 in Kwara

There is confusion in Oro-Ago community, in the Ifelodun Local Government Area of Kwara State as leaders and members say no fewer than 70 persons have died of a strange illness.


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Mark Schwarzer: England number one spot is Joe Hart’s to lose

Mark Schwarzer says England's World Cup number-one shirt is Joe Hart's to lose if he ends the season in good form for West Ham.

China says resolutely opposed to new US law on ties with Taiwan

China’s Foreign Ministry says there is “resolute opposition” to President Donald Trump’s signed legislation which encourages the U.S. to send senior officials to Taiwan to meet Taiwanese counterparts and vice versa.

PFN deputy chief laments worsening living condition of Nigerians

Vice President, South South, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, Bishiop Simeon Okah, has lamented the worsening living condition of the average Nigerian.

Nigerian senators’ pay causes outrage

Angry Nigerians and stakeholders are calling for the immediate review of the jumbo and outrageous monthly take home of lawmakers, especially senators.

MFM FC crash out of CAF Champions League

Lagos-based MFM FC were on Saturday handed the heaviest defeat in their history as they were walloped 0-6 by MC Algers in the second leg of the CAF Champions League in Algiers.

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Prof. Soyinka: Death sentence for hate speech meant to silence criticism

Noble Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka, on Thursday said the proposed death sentence as punishment for hate speeches in Nigeria currently undergoing deliberations at the National Assembly is meant to silence fierce criticism and opposition in the county.

UniAbuja SSANU, NAAT, NASU suspend strike

The University of Abuja (UniAbuja) branch of the Joint Action Committee comprising Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), National Association Academic Technologists (NAAT) and the Non Academic Staff Union (NASU) has suspended its four month old strike.

Violence fears ahead of Sierra Leone run-off vote

Sierra Leone's electoral commission sounded the alarm on Saturday over a wave of violence between rival groups ahead of a run-off presidential vote later this month.

Barcelona agree €30m purchase option to sign Arthur from Gremio

Barcelona have agreed a purchase option with Gremio for Brazil midfielder Arthur Melo after talks took place in the Catalan city throughout the last week.

Minister Ehanire Osagie inaugurates Isolation unit, other projects at FMC Keffi

The Minister of State for Health, Dr Ehanire Osagie, has inaugurated an Isolation Unit, Electronic Personnel Record and a new administrative complex executed by the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Keffi, Nasarawa State.