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The National Human Rights Commission says the release of Abuja Bureau Chief of Daily Independent Newspaper, Tony Ezimako, is a confirmation that the protection of human rights in Nigeria is sacrosanct.
Detained Bureau Chief of Daily Independent newspaper, Tony Ezimakor, who was released unconditionally after seven days in the custody of the Department of State Service (DSS), has said some personnel were praying with him every night for his release.
The South-West participation in national governance would be the focus of a one-day conference in Osogbo, the Osun State capital, on Friday.
Jurgen Klopp has described criticism of Mesut Ozil and Ilkay Gundogan as "absolute nonsense" amid the ongoing fallout from Germany's World Cup failure.
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said US efforts to split the EU on trade "are in vain," in a message Wednesday to President Donald Trump before their talks in Washington next week.
A former governor of Sokoto State, Alhaji Attahiru Bafarawa, has donated N10 million to the victims of banditry in Tabbane village of Rabah Local Government Area of the state.
New Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri says he hopes Chelsea do not sell any of their best players this summer.
Former US president, Barack Obama, advised talented young Africans on Wednesday to drive change at home rather than emigrating, and urged their governments to do more to curb a brain drain.
Conte, who had refused to walk away from Chelsea unless the final year of his contract was paid in full, has been waiting since winning the FA Cup in May to resolve his future at Stamford Bridge, but difficulty in securing Sarri delayed the process.
Jose Mourinho has told England to "believe in the process" after their World Cup campaign finished with a 2-0 defeat against Belgium in the third-place play-off on Saturday.
The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) says it will impose a higher sanction on the Ekiti State Broadcasting Service (EBS) if it fails to pay N500,000 fine within the stipulated period.
Officers and men of the Nigeria Police on Thursday vacated the gates to Ekiti State Government House they had occupied for two days.
15 people were injured Monday at a public rally for Narendra Modi after a tent collapsed on the Indian prime minister’s audience, police said.