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Expanding Deadly Conflict
Nigeria was warned on Tuesday that clashes between herders and farmers threatened the country's national security, after such conflict claimed more lives last year than the Boko Haram insurgency.
Executive Secretary, Nigerian Christian Pilgrims’ Commission (NCPC), Uja Tor Uja, has charged staff of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC) preparing for the airlifting of 2,000 Nigerian pilgrims to Israel, to be good ambassadors of the country and see themselves as catalysts of positive change.
Atletico Madrid chief executive Miguel Angel Gil Marin said the LaLiga club need "players totally committed" and ensured those who have "abandoned" the team will be replaced by quality amid Antoine Griezmann's plans to leave.
Luciano Spalletti challenged his Inter players to prove they have the gumption to "wear the shirt" as Serie A's Champions League race goes to the wire following their 4-1 dismantling by Napoli.
Rasheedat Ajibade scored her first Norwegian Toppserien goal in Avaldsnes' 2-2 draw against Roa on Sunday.
The nation’s stock market recorded its highest gain since February 12 last week as the market capitalisation of equities rose by N1.874tn following the listing of MTN Nigeria Communications Plc on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
The Police on Sunday said they had killed the suspected mastermind of the kidnap of the Board Chairman, Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) and his daughter.
The Nigerian Army on Tuesday laid to rest, the remains of one officer and two soldiers killed by the Boko Haram group in Borno State.
RB Leipzig have not held talks with Bayern Munich over a deal for Timo Werner, says the club's chief executive c.
The Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHED) says it has completed repairs of faulty Elelenwo transmission station that led to outages in several parts of Port Harcourt.
The 2,000 workers recruited by former Gov. Ayo Fayose into the public service in Ekiti on Friday staged a peaceful protest in Ado Ekiti, the state capital, over the recent cancellation of their recruitment.