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Cellphone radiation may cause male infertility – expert

A Chemical Pathologist, Prof. Ganiyu Arinola, has advised men against putting cellphone in their trouser pockets, saying it may cause male infertility.


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Boy killed at huge protests over Togo president’s tenure

A 10-year-old boy was killed and 10 others injured in Togo's capital as hundreds of thousands of opposition supporters demonstrated Wednesday against a vote by the West African nation's parliament on a bill they fear will allow the president to run for more terms, the security minister said.

Aregbesola declares public holiday to mark Islamic New Year

The Governor of the State of Osun, Rauf Aregbesola, has declared Thursday, September 21, 2017 public holiday to commemorate the Islamic New Year.

Nigeria moves to return to Egmont Group

The Presidential ad hoc committee set up by the federal government to facilitate the return of the country to Egmont Group submitted its report to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Wednesday.

Court to rule on Ndume’s suit against Senate in October

The Federal High Court on Wednesday in Abuja fixed October 13 to rule in the suit filed by Ali Ndume challenging his suspension by the Nigerian Senate.

Supreme Court insists ousted lawmaker Hembe must return salaries, allowances

The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld its earlier verdict ordering a member of the House of Representatives representing, Vandikwa/Konshisha constituency, Honourable Herman Hembe to return all salaries and allowances collected before his removal from office.

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The Python does not dance…

An operational code name requires creativity, it is meant to be a cover up, hide the real intentions of the operation, achieve a public relation stunt if possible, and ease communication and strategic documentation within the military hierarchy.

Era of corruption, impunity over – Magu

The Acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, on Tuesday described corruption as the single biggest challenge facing Nigeria.

Zimbabwe’s Tsvangirai ‘out of danger’ in South African hospital

Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is “out of danger” in hospital in South Africa after being airlifted from Harare at the weekend following the sudden onset of severe vomiting, a party source said on Tuesday.

Red Cross suspends work in vast region of South Sudan

The Red Cross says it is suspending operations in a vast area of South Sudan after one of its workers was shot dead while delivering aid.

Wike seeks Surveyor-General help in retrieving oil wells from Bayelsa

Rivers State Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has urged the Surveyor-General of the Federation to resolve the lingering dispute over oil wells of the state wrongly ceded to Bayelsa state during the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.