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Saudi Arabia expects Hajj revenues to exceed $4.2bn

Saudi Arabia expected its Hajj revenues to exceed 4.2 billion U.S. dollars for the current season, Al Sharq Al Awsat local newspaper reported on Monday.


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CHAN: Super Eagles going all out to beat Libya – Ifeanyi Ifeanyi

Super Eagles midfielder Ifeanyi Ifeanyi says Nigeria will be aiming for a win when they take on CHAN Group C leaders Libya on Friday.

Leicester boss praises Kelechi Iheanacho after FA Cup heroics

Leicester City manager Claude Puel has praised Nigerian attacker Kelechi Iheanacho after he scored both goals to see the Foxes win 2-0 against Fleetwood Town in their FA Cup replay on Tuesday night.

Taxpayers now critical of govt projects – Kwara official

Executive Chairman of the Kwara State Internal Revenue Service (KWIRS), Mr Muritala Awodun, has said that there has been a drastic improvement in payment of tax by people of the state since the agency came on board in 2015.

British MPs to vote on landmark Brexit bill

British MPs will vote Wednesday on a key Brexit bill whose turbulent passage through parliament has dealt damaging defeats to Prime Minister Theresa May, and which still faces stiff opposition in the upper house.

Kelechi Iheanacho scores first VAR goal as Leicester advance in FA Cup

Super Eagles forward Kelechi Iheanacho scored the first goal in English football to be awarded using the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) as Leicester City advanced in the English FA Cup.

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Governor Ambode urges Nigerians to embrace dialogue in conflict resolution

Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, on Monday urged Nigerians to always give peace a chance and embrace dialogue as a necessary mechanism for conflict resolution.

No decision yet on troops deployment in Benue – Lai Mohammed

The federal government will decide whether to send soldiers to end the killings allegedly being perpetrated by Fulani herdsmen in Benue state only after a thorough evaluation of the situation.

British prime minister faces pressure over healthcare crisis

A healthcare crisis put British Prime Minister Theresa May on the defensive at her first weekly parliamentary questions of 2018 on Wednesday following a report about cuts in cancer care.

UN restates commitment to address humanitarian crisis in North-east

Mrs Amina Mohammed, the United Nations, Deputy Secretary-General, on Thursday reiterated the UN commitment to address the humanitarian crisis caused by the Boko Haram insurgency in the North-East.

Tanzania’s John Magufuli rules out extending presidential term

Tanzanian President John Magufuli will not seek to extend presidential terms in the country, his party said Saturday, moving to quash calls from his own party to prolong his rule.