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Full list of ‘cult leaders’ declared wanted by Governor Wike

In his statewide broadcast on Monday evening, Governor Nyesom Wike declared 32 persons who he alleged are cult leaders involved in various criminal activities across 12 local government areas of the State wanted.

Governor Wike places N640 million bounty on 32 wanted ‘cult leaders’ in Rivers

Rivers State Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has declared 32 suspected cult gang leaders spread across the State wanted and is offering N20 million reward for anyone who can provide useful information that will lead to their arrest of any of them.

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Bayelsa Commissioner for Information, Mr Daniel Iworiso-Markson,

Bayelsa removes 28,000 ghost workers from payroll

The Bayelsa State Government has said its public service reform has reduced its workforce from 55,000 to 27,000, after it expunged 28,000 ghost workers from the payroll.
Former Nigeria's President Olusegun Obasanjo

2019: Ex-President Obasanjo hold talks with Afenifere, other Yoruba leaders in Lagos

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, Saturday, held a closed door meeting with some Yoruba leaders including leaders of the socio-political organisation, Afenifere, to discuss ways of moving Yoruba land and the country forward.
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku

Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku first to score back-to-back World Cup braces since Diego Maradona

Romelu Lukaku became the first player to score multiple goals in consecutive World Cup finals matches in 32 years with his second strike for Belgium against Tunisia at the 2018 tournament on Saturday.
ahmedmusa

Ahmed Musa dedicates Man of the Match award to wife

Super Eagles all time World Cup highest goal scorer with four goals, Ahmed Musa, has dedicated his Friday man of the match award to his wife.
EU deputy chief observer Mark Stevens says EU happy to observe Zimbabwe elections since 2002 and they will deploy about 140 people across the country

EU deploys first vote monitors in Zimbabwe since 2002

The European Union Saturday began deploying election observers in Zimbabwe for the first time in 16 years, ahead of next month’s vote.