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US lawmakers deny Democrat’s bid to impeach Donald Trump

The US House of Representatives overwhelmingly rejected a congressman’s motion Wednesday to impeach President Trump, as Democratic Party leaders argued that now was not the time to pursue the effort.

Billionaire investor Tom Steyer doubles funding for Donald Trump impeachment campaign

Tom Steyer is showing what happens when bottomless pockets meet limitless anger against Donald Trump.

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Dollar steady near two-year high

The dollar held steady close to a two-year high against its peers on Friday, supported by data showing strong U.S. capital goods orders, while a first-quarter GDP report to be released later in the global day could further reinforce bullishness, reports by Reuters and NAN revealed.
Lagos lawyer and human rights activist, Femi Falana

Femi Falana: Magistrates visit police cells to check human rights abuse

Following the persistent complaints from the human rights community against police brutality and abuses perpetrated by men of the Nigerian Police against persons detained in police cells, the Chief Judge of Lagos State, Justice Olufunmilayo Opeyemi Oke, has mandated some magistrates to visit police stations and interview people detained by the police.

PayPal plans $500 million Uber investment

Online payments company PayPal plans to invest $500 million in Uber Technologies Inc as the ride-hailing firm readies to unveil terms for its initial public offering on Friday, Refinitiv IFR reported.
Pep Guardiola has rubbished reports suggesting that Riyad Mahrez could be moved on just 12 months after making a club-record £60 million ($78m) switch to Manchester City.

Pablo Zabaleta: Pep Guardiola to stay at Manchester City long-term

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola will stay in charge of the club for the foreseeable future regardless of any speculation, according to Pablo Zabaleta.

Fidelity Bank gross earnings hit N48.4 billion in Q1 2019

Fidelity Bank Plc on Thursday announced gross earnings of N48.4 billion for the first quarter ended March 31, 2019.