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Oil theft still high in Delta – Okowa

Activities of oil thieves have yet to abate in the creeks of Delta State, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa stated on Thursday.

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Parents, students hail ASUU over suspension of nationwide strike

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Bank staff charged with ‘theft’ of N3m from ATM

The State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID), Panti-Yaba, Lagos on Monday charged a Keystone Bank Plc worker, Mrs. Chinonye Okafoagu, for allegedly stealing N3 million from an Automated Teller Machine (ATM).

INEC commences CVR in Madagali

Independent National Electoral Commission has commenced Continuous Voters Registration in Madagali Local Government Area of Adamawa, Alhaji Kasim Gaidam, the state Resident Electoral Commissioner said.

Banned Rooney gets lift to training

Everton striker Wayne Rooney was given a lift to training on Tuesday after he was banned for two years for drink-driving.

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The electronic voting system due to be used in a re-run of Kenya's presidential poll will not be ready in time, the French biometrics firm behind it said Monday.

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Prince George school intruder is royal ‘superfan’

A British woman who sparked a security alert after breaking into four-year-old Prince George's new school in London is a "superfan" obsessed with the royal family, The Sun reported on Friday.

Conferment of SAN title holds Monday

The conferment of the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) on 29 selected lawyers will hold on Monday (September 18) as scheduled.

Serve Sen. Melaye recall papers – Court tells INEC

A Federal High Court in Abuja has directed the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to make further attempt to ensure personal services of documents relating to the recall of Senator Dino Melaye on him.

50 killed, 50,000 displaced in week of clashes in eastern Ethiopia

Clashes along the border of Ethiopia’s Oromiya and Somali regions have displaced around 50,000 people, a senior regional official said on Sunday, in violence that has prompted the government to send the military in.

Togo ruling party calls rally to drown out opposition

Togo's ruling presidential party on Monday urged supporters to take to the streets to coincide with planned opposition demonstrations against the slow pace of political reform.