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Amnesty: Myanmar ‘starving out’ Rohingya in Rakhine

Authorities in Myanmar have robbed, abducted and deliberately starved Rohingya men, women and children, in an effort to make life "so intolerable" for members of the minority group that they will leave the country, Amnesty International says.

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) says an investigation is ongoing on the seized $2.8 million at Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu.

EFCC nabs 32 suspected internet fraudsters in one operation

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibadan Zonal Office, on Thursday, April 25, 2019 arrested 32 suspected internet fraudsters, better known as “Yahoo-Yahoo Boys.”
Joy Nkoro scored a hat-trick on Thursday in Abuja to help Vera Gold Amazons Football Club to a 3-0 defeat of defending champions Blessed Unity Angels FC at the ongoing 2019 FCT Women’s FA Cup.

FCT FA Cup: Angels FC defeat defending champions Amazons 3-0

Joy Nkoro scored a hat-trick on Thursday in Abuja to help Vera Gold Amazons Football Club to a 3-0 defeat of defending champions Blessed Unity Angels FC at the ongoing 2019 FCT Women’s FA Cup.

MFM’s Ugonna Aniekwe relishes NPFL debut against Rangers

Mountain of Fire and Miracle Ministries (MFM FC) defender, Ugonna Felix Aniekwe, is still basking from the Euphoria of his Nigeria Professional Football League debut against Rangers.
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Kidnappers of NEMA staff demand N40 million ransom

The kidnappers of the four staff of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) who were abducted on Tuesday in Rivers State, have demanded a ransom of N40 million.
A lawyer walks through the compound at the Federal High Court in Ikoyi district in Lagos, Nigeria, May 8, 2018. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye

Court rejects case against Anglican bishop

Justice Mojisola Olatoregun of the Federal High court in Lagos has struck out a suit filed by ten prominent members of the Church of Nigeria Anglican communion, Lagos Diocese, challenging the election of the new Bishop Humphrey Olumakaiye for lack of jurisdiction.