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Corruption trial: Justice Ofili-Ajumogobia’s salary details revealed in court

Mr Awoyemi Kazeem, a Chief Accountant at the Federal High Court, Lagos, on Friday revealed at an Ikeja High Court the salaries and allowances of Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia at her ongoing trial for corruption and obstruction of justice.

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APC govs to lose power, influence as party amends constitution

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Anambra guber: Mbazulike Amaechi endorses PDP’s Oseloka Obaze

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Nigeria Air Force bombs Boko Haram base, kills many – official

The Nigerian Air Force, NAF, said on Saturday that it has neutralised and set ablaze many Boko Haram structures in Urga area near Konduga in Borno State.

Governor Ishaku expresses doubts over President Buhari’s Mambilla hydropower project

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States to receive 13% derivation from mining revenue – Kayode Fayemi

The Federal Government has disclosed that states will receive 13 per cent derivation from mining revenue to encourage more collaboration.

Worship God with your lifestyle, not just songs – Ambassador Chris Kolade

A former Nigerian High Commissioner to the UK, Dr. Christopher Kolade, says Christians have a duty to worship God not only with songs, but much more with their lifestyles.

Player gets five-game ban for urinating on pitch

An Italian footballer who was banned for five matches for urinating towards rival fans will appeal the decision, his club said on Thursday.

US drone strike targets al-Shabaab after Somalia attack

The US military said on Friday it carried out a drone strike this week against al-Shabaab in Somalia, shortly after the extremist group was blamed for the country's deadliest attack, while thousands of anguished Somalis gathered at the site of the truck bombing to pray.

European Union signals steadfast support for Iran nuclear deal

Several Foreign Ministers of the European Union on Monday signalled their resolve to keep the Iran nuclear deal intact after U.S. President Donald Trump cast doubt on U.S. support for the deal.