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GTI Capital, NFF partner to build Nigeria’s football economy

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and GTI Capital Group say they will work together to develop and activate Nigeria’s football economy.

Nigeria remains third most terrorised nation – report

The 2017 Global Terrorism Index (GTI) also indicates that killing of innocent people by the Boko Haram insurgents in the North east has decreased by 80 per cent. According to the document, Nigeria got the same ranking in 2015 and 2016. It was ranked fourth in 2014.

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Xi Jinping walks past a guard of honour on his arrival in Manila, the first state visit by a Chinese president to the Philippines in 13 years [Erik De Castro-Reuters]

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2019: INEC registers 2,454,200 voters in Plateau

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