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Former Super Eagles player, Godwin Okpara, was arraigned on Thursday before the Lagos State Magistrates’ Court in Ikeja for alleged wife battery.
Scott McTominay has admitted to feeling "nervous" after being picked to replaced Paul Pogba in the Manchester United team to face Sevilla on Wednesday night.
President Donald Trump, Barack Obama and other past leaders in the United States of America are expected to attend the funeral of late Evangelist Bill Graham.
Pastor Festus Oladoyin of Blessings of Christ Church, Tanke, Ilorin, on Thursday advised girls to dress decently, to reduce the incidence of rape in the country.
Taiwan police have arrested four men over a bitcoin robbery worth five million Taiwanese dollars ($170,000) in what the police said is the first case of its kind on the island.
The Yoruba community in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has declared their support for the second term of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Chief Medical Director (CMD) of University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH), Professor Abdulwaheed Olatinwo, has advocated that the nation’s National Health Insurance Scheme, (NHIS) should capture persons facing medically confirmed infertility problems.
Four days after a tyre repairer in Mbiabam Ibiono village in Ibiono Ibom Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, hacked his wife to death, the residents of the community are still reeling in shock.
Lack of control in the issuance of driver’s licences by different agencies in the country has been identified as one of the factors causing problems in vehicles inspection services in the country, Alhaji Garba Abdu Gaya, Director, Vehicle Inspection Unit, Kano State, has said.
Tiger Woods returned to Riviera Country Club with a roller coaster round of 72 on Thursday that left him six shots off the Genesis Open first-round lead shared by Patrick Cantlay and Tony Finau.
The Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brig.-Gen. Paul Boroh (rtd), has advised ex-militants, who have undergone various training under the programme, to desist from selling their empowerment tools.