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Bishop Akinola: Why nobody can Islamise Nigeria

Bishop Taiwo Akinola, of the Rhema Christian Church, has spoken about the alleged plans by the government to Islamize Nigeria.

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma reshuffles cabinet, sacks minister critical of him

President Jacob Zuma of South Africa has appointed a close confidant to be energy minister on Tuesday as his government tries to push through one of the biggest nuclear deals in decades.

US engineer jailed for leaking nuclear secrets to China

An American man has been sentenced to two years in prison for leaking nuclear technology to China over a 19-year period.

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Rotimi Amaechi: How Muhammadu Buhari stopped unnecessary borrowings for Nigeria’s rail projects

The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, on Sunday said that in the course of executing the Warri-Itakpe Rail line, stations were built in the villages of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftains.
Emmanuel Amuneke has revealed he had a hard time battling age cheats when he was in charge of the Golden Eaglets.

Emmanuel Amunike’s Tanzania delay 2019 AFCON hope with Lesotho loss

Emmanuel Amuneke’s Tanzania dream of reaching AFCON for the first time since 1980 suffered a set back as Nkau Lerotholi scored the only goal of the game to help Lesotho to a 1-0 win in Maseru.

TUC urges governors to curb spending to pay N30,000 minimum wage

The President of Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC), Mr. Bobboi Kaigama, has charged state governors to cut down on ostentatious and reckless spending to enable them pay the N30,000 minimum wage submitted by the tripartite committee to the federal government.
Lai Mohammed

Bye-election: Berlin Wall of Kwara broken – Lai Mohammed

Lai Mohammed, minister of information and culture, says the All Progressives Congress (APC) has broken the “Berlin Wall” of Kwara politics following its victory in the state’s bye-election.

FRSC: Evil forces not responsible for road crashes, fatalities

The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) has said that ‘ember months’ were periods in the year when people erroneously believed that evil forces on the roads were responsible for crashes and fatalities.