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Court orders arrest of Nigerian Concord publisher

A Makurdi High Court presided over by Justice Aondover Kakaan has issued a warrant for the arrest of the publisher of the Nigerian Concord, Aare Abiodun Oluwarotimi, for disobeying the judgment of the court, and evading service of court processes.

Governor Ortom slams N10 billion suit against newspaper editor over alleged slander

Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State has said that he is claiming the sum of N10 billion as damages against the Editor-in-Chief of Nigerian Concord, Aare Abiodun Oluwarotimi, for making disparaging publications against his person.

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Benin National Congress, BNC, a socio-cultural organisation of the Benin people, has called on the Federal Government to restore the fast dwindling confidence of Nigerians in its security capabilities by rooting out all agents of terror who have been terrorising the country, saying that Nigerians may be forced to call on the United Nations for help.
Mr Adetola Olubajo, President, Nigeria Union, South Africa

Nigerians want arrest, prosecution of killers in South Africa

Troubled by frequent killings of Nigerians, the Nigerian Union in South Africa has called for the arrests and prosecution of killers.
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Governors meet to discuss FAAC deadlock, minimum wage

The Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) on Wednesday night met in Abuja to discuss matters arising from the Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) deadlock, minimum wage, among other issues.

Bayelsa APC writes President Buhari over intimidation of members

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Bayelsa State, yesterday, sent a petition to President Muhammadu Buhari over intimidation and harassment of members by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) led administration of Governor Seriake Dickson.
A group of people hold banners during a demonstration against the prison sentence for Rif Movement leader Nasser Zefzafi and members along with him, in front of the parliament building in Rabat, Morocco on 27 June 2018 [Jalal Morchidi|Anadolu Agency]

HRW slams Morocco over journalist’s 3-year jail term

Human Rights Watch (HRW) criticised a Morocco court on Wednesday for sentencing a prominent journalist to three years in prison on a "dubious charge" relating to a northern protest movement.