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No fewer than five people were abducted by some hoodlums the on Akure/Owo Expressway at Amurin village in Owo Local Government Area of Ondo State.
Men of the 32 Artillery Brigade of the Nigerian Army, Akure, Ondo State, on Wednesday stormed some bushes in the Akoko area and arrested seven suspected kidnappers in their dens.
Maize Growers, Processors and Marketers Association of Nigeria calls on the federal government to make farming implements available for its members for optimal productivity
Justice Muslim Hassan of the Federal High Court in Lagos fixes December 18 for the arraignment of the embattled President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Mr Paul Usoro (SAN), over an alleged N1.4 billion fraud
Former Sports Commissioner Solomon Ogba says any candidate who wishes to be elected governor in Delta state must be sports inclined
Liverpool must again rely on fortress Anfield to inflict Napoli’s first Champions League defeat of the season if they are to avoid the disappointment of a group stage exit just over six months since appearing in last season’s final
Ex-Manchester United defender Patrice Evra expresses dismay at the alleged racial abuse suffered by Manchester City's Raheem Sterling at Chelsea
Nissan Motor Company says 150,000 more vehicles in Japan, will be recalled due to improper final inspections before they were shipped from two Japanese manufacturing plants.
Governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Delta state, Great Ogboru, has said that the APC was ready to put an end to what he described as 19 years of oppressive governance by the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the state with a clear victory that will return power to the people.
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) predicts dust haze conditions over most parts of Nigeria, with cloudy sky over the Southern cities on Monday
Nigerian singer and songwriter, Ayoleyi Hanniel Solomon, popularly known as Reekado Banks has quit the Don Jazzy-owned Music Company, ‘Mavin Record’.
The head of the World Health Organisation says it doesn't need experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or any other US government agency to fight the deadly Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, insisting: "We can cover it."