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Court urged to wind up Heritage Bank over inability to pay bank guarantee

Two Nigerian companies IHS Nigeria limited and INT Towers Limited have filed winding up petition against Heritage Bank Plc urging the court to wind up the bank on the ground that the bank is unable to pay a bank guarantee of $3million equivalent of N1.7 billion.

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Biafra: Court orders forfeiture of N300 million bonds over Nnamdi Kanu’s absence

A Federal High Court in Abuja has ordered the interim forfeiture of the N300 million bail bonds by sureties to Nnamdi Kanu following their failure to produce him in court on Tuesday.
(FILES) This file photo taken on June 27, 2016 shows England's forward Wayne Rooney celebrates the team's first goal during Euro 2016 round of 16 football match between England and Iceland at the Allianz Riviera stadium in Nice on June 27, 2016.England's record goalscorer Wayne Rooney announced on August 23, 2017 he is retiring from international football with immediate effect, despite England manager Gareth Southgate telling him he had earned a recall. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ

Wayne Rooney’s farewell drives Wembley ticket rush

The English Football Association (EFA) has sold more than 20,000 tickets for England’s friendly against the United States since former captain Wayne Rooney’s one-off international comeback was confirmed.

2019: PFN chair tasks Nigerian politicians on peaceful poll

As the country is preparing for the 2019 general elections, political parties and politicians in Nigeria have been tasked on the need to desist from activities capable of making conduct of peaceful elections impossible.

Nigerian Army denies restricting movement in Maiduguri

The Nigerian Army on Wednesday dismissed as ‘false’, social media reports that it had imposed a restriction of movement in Maiduguri.

Man in court over alleged theft of batteries

The Police in Lagos on Wednesday, arraigned 30-year-old Sode Elogy, at a Badagry Chief Magistrates’ Court over the alleged theft of 127 pieces of 100 amps motor batteries valued at N3,683,000.