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IMT Enugu to begin award of degree in 2019 academic year

The Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu, says it will begin award of degrees in affiliation with the University of Nigeria, Nsukka from 2018/2019 academic session.

Researchers discover new antibody that can suppress HIV

Researchers say they have discovered a HIV antibody that can suppress the virus for nearly six months without additional treatment.

US man arrested over Donald Trump Jr. white powder threat

A 24-year-old Massachusetts man was arrested and charged on Thursday with sending a threatening message and suspicious white powder to President Donald Trump's eldest son last month, officials said.

Pope Francis reactivates Vatican panel against child sex abuse

Pope Francis has reactivated a panel of experts on child sexual abuse in the Catholic Church tasked with looking into prevention and care for the victims, the Vatican said on Saturday.

VP Yemi Osinbajo to talk on ‘Africa Rising’ at Harvard

Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo is scheduled to deliver a lecture on Tuesday at the Harvard University, Boston, U.S, on “Africa Rising”.

VP Yemi Osinbajo to speak at Harvard University on Tuesday

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, on the invitation of Harvard University, Boston, United States, would be delivering the inaugural, keynote lecture at the university’s “Africa Rising” course at Harvard Business School on Tuesday, January 16, 2018.

iPhones addiction profitable – Apple

Apple Inc investors on Tuesday shrugged off concerns raised by two shareholders about kids getting hooked on iPhones, saying that for now a little addiction might not be a bad thing for profits.

Four reported dead as ‘bomb cyclone’ pounds eastern US

A giant winter "bomb cyclone" walloped the US East Coast on Thursday with heavy snow and freezing cold that made for treacherous travel conditions and bone-chilling misery.

Brutal cold forces closure of schools, offices across US

Closure of schools and offices across the US have been announced on Wednesday while no fewer than 2,700 flights have been cancelled ahead of a major winter storm on Thursday, called a ‘bomb cyclone’.

Disgraced US cardinal Bernard Law dies

U.S. cardinal Bernard Law, who was at the centre of a huge paedophile priest scandal that rocked the US Catholic Church in 2002, has died in Rome aged 86.

Prince Harry’s bride Meghan Markle from a royal lineage

Prince Harry’s bride-to-be, Meghan Markle, may have some royal blood after all.

US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan visits Nigeria

United States Deputy Secretary of State, John Sullivan, will be visiting Nigeria from November 19 to 20.

Voters rebuff Donald Trump in Virginia, New Jersey

U.S. Democrats won the governorship races in Virginia and New Jersey and the mayoral race in New York on Tuesday, dealing a major blow to President Donald Trump.

NFF confirm Super Eagles friendly against Argentina in Russia

Nigeria will take on Argentina in a high-profile international friendly in the Russian city of Krasnodar on Tuesday, 14 November, the Nigeria Football Federation have announced.


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APC could easily rig 2019 polls – APGA

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A Grade 1 Area Court in Karu, Abuja, on Tuesday sentenced a 28-year-old man, Nura Ahmed, to five months imprisonment for stabbing a man on the head with a knife.

Landmark University makes agric courses tuition-free

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Report: Senator Ali Wakil passes on

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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.

Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University lecturers begins indefinite strike

Academic Staff Union (ASUU) of Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Lapai, says it has commenced an indefinite strike, due to the nonpayment of its N530 million outstanding allowances by the Niger state government.