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Fears Boko Haram might try to free 1,600 suspects on trial

The trials of more than 1 600 suspected Boko Haram members have begun behind closed doors at a military barracks in northern Nigeria, the largest mass trial in the Islamic extremist group's history.

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CCTV exposes carpenter who robbed Chinese of foreign currencies

The police in Lagos on Tuesday arraigned a 32-year-old carpenter, Efuntade Ajibola, who allegedly entered his Chinese employers’ rooms and stole different currencies.

Governor Bindow condemns increase of armed robbery in Adamawa

Gov. Mohammed Bindow of Adamawa has decried the increased reports of arm robbery in the state, urging security agencies to rise up to the situation.

Congo forces accused of targeting UN officials during deadly protests

The United Nations on Tuesday accused Congolese security agents of targeting its during a violence that broke out during a protest on Sunday, Spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani told a briefing in Geneva on Tuesday.

Collapse of reward system responsible for national vices – Solomon Dalung

The Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Solomon Dalung, has flouted the achievement of Nigerian athletes in 2017 and challenged anybody to come forward with a sector that had surpassed sports in putting Nigeria on the global map in 2017.

NNPC, others operate secret $137m joint venture account – Senator Melaye

Lawmaker representing Kogi West Senatorial District, Senator Dino Melaye, has raised the alarm over alleged operation of a secret account by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and other joint venture companies.

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Oil spill disasters in the past 50 years

Concerns are growing over an oil slick off China’s east coast after an Iranian tanker, the Sanchi, exploded and sank a week ago following a collision at sea.

Blood test for cancer detects eight different types of tumour

The medical holy grail of a blood test for cancer has moved a step closer after a US trial of a new technique detected eight different kinds of tumour.

Yobe Govt reunites 216 Libya returnees with families

The Yobe Government on Saturday reunited additional 216 persons repatriated from Libya with their families in the state.

Nigeria’s first storey building still standing 171 years after

The first storey building in Nigeria located in Badagry, Lagos State has recorded 9,009 visitors in 2017, Mr Hodonu Daniel, the officer in charge of the site, said on Wednesday.

Songhai banana farm owned by Mexicans – Governor Wike

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has revealed that Songhai Farm and the multi-million naira Banana Farm both in Tai local government area in Ogoniland established under the former Governor Chibuike Amaechi of the state were secretly owned by private individuals in collaboration with some Mexicans.