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Coalition of Niger Delta Ex-Agitators
The Coalition of Niger Delta Ex-agitators has urged the Federal Government to do all within its power to change the current feeling of neglect in the Niger Delta by ensuring the development of the region.
The Coalition of Niger Delta Ex-Agitators (NCNDE) has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to reshuffle his cabinet, saying it is in the nation´s interest.
A Zimbabwean man has appeared in court after he was charged for undermining the authority of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, said a report.
The UN's chief peacekeeper held talks Sunday with Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila, stressing the need for greater security and new elections after 14 peacekeepers were killed in the violence-wracked east of the country.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has warned his club’s Premier League rivals that they cannot afford to allow Manchester City to sign Virgil van Dijk from Southampton.
Former Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel has branded reports suggesting that he could return to the Premier League a “false rumour”.
Army Sgt. La David T. Johnson died in a hail of gunfire, hit as many as 18 times as he took cover in thick brush, fighting to the end after fleeing militants who had just killed three comrades in an October ambush in Niger, The Associated Press has learned.
The thesis of this piece is that until political parties in opposition are more organized, purposeful and functioning beyond participating in elections, it is unimaginable and futile to expect governance to serve as an effective vehicle for development, prosperity and solidarity. In adumbrating on this thesis, I shall first endeavour to make a case for the existence of opposition parties.
The Cross River Government’s 2018 Appropriation Bill of N1.3 trillion on Friday passed second reading at the state’s House of Assembly.
Matthew Kukah, bishop of Sokoto diocese of the Catholic Church, says President Muhammadu Buhari was not brought into power by angels.
The United States on Wednesday imposed economic sanctions on two Africans accused of using the illegal ivory trade to funnel weapons and money to Joseph guerrilla and the Lord's Resistance Army.
A police sergeant attached to Ibrahim Magu, acting chairman of the Economic and financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), was reportedly killed on Tuesday after some gunmen broke into the house of the anti-graft czar in Abuja.